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GREATISST WANT AND him. ES? TATE] MEDIUM IN VIRGINIA, AND ONE OF THE UEST IN AMEHICA. Want Ad Rates In Effect June 11. 1911. Dully, one eeut per word when paid In advance. Nu Ad. taken fur less tban ten cents. One and one-halt cents n word all j classifications except Situation Wanted , fur Sunday. Situation W'uutrd out cent I a word. No Ad. Suuduy taken fur less (ban fifteen centa. No Ads. tuken fur less tuun twenty flve cents when pliuned lu ur charged at the counter. t'uune urders nut icuartiuteed. ClusslUcatlun not Kuarautced after OtiiO 1*. M. Kor business contracts send fur tlte Ytuut Ad. Muni atinue lluurne 1. i'.aJl (<uu . ...-.i-. L< ?.-T.""?'?N' FOU l :'!'!?: I j.VY) I ^STREET. about .:jo P. M., oii? gold watch. Reward if notifying Tinma-UIHnui-.-n. I.OST, HATCH OF COLLECTING cards und receipt book. Return to s. J, LONDON. 1531 E. Muln. Ho? ward._ LOST, JULY 10TH, BETWEEN FOUR t'cnth and Blgh.lee-.nth Streets, a check. No. 39001, on the National Bank oi Virginia, drawn by T. \V. Wood & Sons, to the order of A. B. Timberlake, for $1I><>. All parties are warned against cabbing such chick. A. B. TIMBERLAK K. '. ,'j. E. Frank? lin Street._ LOST. ON FLOYD AVENUE, POCKBT hook containing four paper dollars and four silver half-dollars, wrapped In handkerchief. Howard If returned to COURTNEY TAYLOR. 203 Bast Ma.-Hhull. Ji^lU IAaUUUIL?, aITT^O^B?HOOI^??LD?3T, KARGEST und be'St-uqulpped auj only real pmotlcal auto school In thin acctlon Upen day ai.U nig.. U:o year aruutiJ Call ana scu for yourself. Our sat lel'.cd pupils are our refereuoes. RICHMOND AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL. "15 W. Broau Street-_ WANTED, INDUSTRIOUS BOY FOR ofllci REMINGTON TYPEWRITER co., city,_1_ WANTED. AT ONCE, A MILLINER TO as.nst in store and workroom; steady employment to right party. mrs. JULIUS BEAU. 1123 K. Main 3t. ^ou are want lu i ok oovekn moni position; }-?" month. Write for list of positions open. FRANKLIN IN6TITUTE. Dept 2Ty O, Ro.nosu-r, _ N. Y._ WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS TROUSERS maker. Address P. O. Box 20C, city. WANTED, GOOD MEN FOR? SABH, door and blind department, window frame department, nt 1 oi.e wood turner. Apply at onto to STAGG <v SON, Twentieth and Franklin, or to foreman at factory. Last Richmond, WANTED, ' A CO Sil'BT E N T S T en ?MJ tapher fetr law work; must be fast and aceurate. TURNBULL & TURN LULL. Lawrenccvillu. Va._ SEVERAL YOUNG MEN, RICHMOND '?r vicinity, to tit for railway mail clerks, post-office clerks and letter curriers, salary J,",0 to 175, promo? tion Address 1?. o. Box t63, Chicago. BE A DETECTIVE; EARN FROM IlSu f> i?00 per month travel o/or the voi'd Write C T LUDWIJ, 476 Scnrrltt Bids.. Kansas City. Mo. ?To00 GOVERNMENT positions OPEN. Write for lif.L FRANKLIN INSTI TUTE. Uupt. 371 <;. Rochester. N. Y. WANTED, VOUNO MEN or GOOD character lu learn the auto.Tiobllo buhiiie^H. We must have between r.fty and seventy-Ove men for our factory connections within tho next three months, and we will allow men Who can furnish reference to pay a pa/l of the cost of learning out of their Ilrst month's ualury. Mr. C. W. Veaman.i, uls West Broad. Rlchm'>nd. Va., no longer conneciod with this Institution. For all Information ad dresa communications direct to Wash? ing Dep... l'joi Fourteenth Street. N W . WushlnKton. D. C._ YOUNG MEN TO BECOME CHAUF~ fetirs: machine shop practice sum? mer prices. NATIONAL AUTO schools CORPORATION. 221-223 W. Broad Street. sfcuuaiums u^antet?. Malt. uC^TEtri'osif ion "with a"bi fill^ Ing construction company as fore? man or superintendent of construc? tion; understand drawings and can take work off drawing: ran furnish reference tf> ability. Will go Any? where: Address POSITION, 52'J Thirty-fifth St rue t, ' N orfolk. Va. WANTED; BY A YOUNG MAN TWHN ty-seven years of age, a position as bookkeeper and ?eneral office man: alx years' experience with a largo wholesale JobblnK and manufactur? ing house First-class references, and also recommendations from present employers. Good reasons tor wanting to change. Address Box No. ?v. South Boston, Va._ #clp W^antib, ^etiiale \V.\NTior\ a y^m5ncT"'lady BOO?^ keeper and stenographer by r reali estate concern: $40 per month. G 'SA~, care Times-Dispatch._ WANTED, A WHITE GIRL, 16 YEARS Old, to attend store. IWAN MUHL LER. 410 W. BroadjStreejL_ W A N T E D. EXPERIENCED LADY stenographer; rapid typist; perma? nent position If meet requirements; salary, $55, with prospect of ad? vancement. Address, stating expe? rience and references. G 938, care Time S-Dlspatc h^_ WANTED. A HOUSE GIRL AT WEST- l lmmpton. Phono Mjtdlson 110 I '. ' Vv ANTVA \ f HR EF." Sa LESI.adi Es" to clerk In Ingleman's souvenir stnnds at Ocean A'lew, Va. Good position until September 16. rail on or ad? dress c. a. ingleman, Ocean View. - Va._ ~ s?iruations WQ.aiiUb._jifemale position VvAsfi".r> "by colored sirl, lady's maid or oflice girl. Ad drc.-s O i'23, car^ Times-Dispatch. Situations, professional. S ,mo.v"l>A>Tl AN 1.' 1 NTE'b 1' R BTE^TtS Spanish. French and Italian lan? guages. 300 W. Clay. Phone Madi? son 1264._'_ WANTED. BY LADY OF EXPERI ence, position to teach grammnr grades in high or graded school: firft grade certlllcate: references tlvon Address miss P. A. C, :ioi George Street, Frcderlchsburg. Vn. V i NTED. SITUATION as TEACHER lor smnll children; English and mil ?<c. Box 2a7, Fredcrlckshurg, Va. V. \NTED. A POSITION TO> TEACH IN public vrnded or high school hy nor rial grnduate of two years' sxperl i m >?. holding a training class and hrsi grade certificate: reference ex? changed. H., S04 Monterlo Ave.. Bar trm Heignts. Richmond. Vn._ ^Ip^^a?anb JTemale. 23 "LADIES and^ENTLEoIEN want^ cd who have some leisure time to make 125 per week, getting custom? ers to buy an attractive -and otiick selllng real estate proposRIon on easy lerms. Post-'Oflice Box i37. WE PAY J5 EACH FOR NAMES OF particular people, places nnd things. Anybody can furnish a few. MU SICK. Lynchhurg. Va. "rtftais SOT i^eiUj. GAMBLE'iT^HiLL, FIRST FLOOR, ? rooms und bath, $240; second floor, fivo rooms and bath, $3C0; third lloor, four rooniH and bath, $240; posses? sion September 1 or sooner. Apply 309 South Fourth StrccL \VANTEct.wHbL.'ClTOH FOR ?KNSHAL ! Uno household goods, novelties', etc. Apply southern novelty co.. 10 N. Eighth Street*, city SutomouilcB for feale_ XT<?<Vm?>hilbought, sold] Ex? changed; free repairs for ono year; from $HI0 to ?1.000. AUTOMOBILE BKO11a N't"! k. 221-223 W. Broad ?l ~~Jltotict?. . ?T'Eci?iT^sbT'icE.-^avile" "kell ^ by uirecllon of N. f. Jacob? 4c Son. on thursday, July 13. 1311. at lt>:30 A. M? forfeited pledges, consisting of diamonds, watches, jewelry, musi? cal instruments, etc., etc. C C BRIDGES. State Auctioneer. SPRINGTIME" IS HERB. GET Y'ouh last year's clothes out and phono Madison (121, and our uutomobllo will call, net and return your gar? ments In Al condition. SPITZER, MY clean ER AND dyer. lo2 n. Eighth StrceL_ we will give ?100 FOR ANY af fectlen of the eye-, ear. nose or throat we fall to Improve. HILLCREST" SANATORIUM, Second and Frankl'n i Streets._ IF your HEAD FITS the HAT you i can buy a straw hat of $3 or ?5 vnl tic for ?1 nt MUSCOE H. GARNE i't'S. WANTED, THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that JAHNKE BROS, Jewelers. ?13 East Main Street, buy, sell, exchange nud REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN thh LATEST H. jI.ES Old told and sli? ver alw '? taken In ?vcha;n:e._ ?Coal anx QMqo?. KINDLING" woo.), EXCELLENT FOR light cookir.g. ? SO half-cord. Phone Madison 177. SAMUEL h. COTTKEI.l a; SONS._ wood is wood, bi;t the wood man's wood Is all wood except a very thin bark on the outside at this ??a Bon, In spring Jeason 1 have it with? out bark. My wood is split In jea son and clear of knots, by wood and my coul at summer price will creato a smile because It touches the pocket book and warms the home, Try LONG'S Phone Madison 1069._ ?^usiueba t?>cponuiiUUjS. GOOD ">r.\NI' F.\ ctu RING iTuSINEFS opportunity for the right man; In Vestmont Of ?2,000 will In short time ?-?Ivo Handsome permanent returns. The man must take active personal managerial interest In the business. Which is of bl?hest class, experi? ence not necessary. To man With a few thousand dollars this is an ex j cepttonal opportunity, worthy earci lul Investigation, which is Invited. ? Get into a inoney-making. hlgh-cla**?; I business of your own. For appoint? ment for Interview write at once C 'J!?9, care Times-Dispatch._ MERCHANTS' opportunity^ ? we handle good commercial paper ex ! CluatV.el)' of ?r,0o and over for out-of I town parties, without knowledge of your local banks. BROKERS OF COMMERCIAL PAPER. P. O Box j 851, Washington, D. C._ NEED C A Mi. ? 1 IAV E 120 ACRES GOOD fruit land near Jacksonville. Fla.; I must sell, will take ?7."> per lO.-acre 1 lot cash; worth 1300. warranty deed and abstract. R. H PARKER. 4?J10 Franklin, Cleveland. O._ mTn^non' in"1jusiness WHO has considerable money, one who wants to own manufacturing business in which considerable money Is to be made, should, for personal Interview on the subject, write at once. Ad dress J st. 1. care Tlmcs-Dlspatch._ I wTvNTED. PARTNER TO INVEST ?".00 in new patented labor-saving ma? chinery; chance to ilouble money In three months. Address L s17. care Times-Dispatch._ CAP] TAL fo r corporations. ?T H E Gordon Malcolm Company. Cincinna? ti's leading financiers, is now pre? pared to tak on a large lstu?i of securities, either Industrial, railway, land or mining Commission basis. No advar.ri s_ feummcr ^.oaroing. HX*Tl7"<fo*T^i^ the most popular resort on the be ich; nearest cottage to the dance hall, on the waterfront. large rooms; ocean breezes; boats for hire; new bath . house, with all Improvements; meals ;:t all hours: special dinner ?Qe MUS I DBARDORF COTTAGE, WILLOUGIIBY Reach, Vs., opposite Tenth Street Station; excellent board; comfortable rooms, boating, bathing and ttshir.?; ratns. ?1.50 per day. ?7 to $10 weekly. Address mrs. V m MATTHEWS. WlUouchhy Reach. Vn._ (CAROLINA COTTAGE. OCEAN VIEW. I Va., three doors below new pavilion: comfortable rooms: home cooking; sea food a specialty. Terms. ?7 to ?10 weekly: location very desirable. MRS. J H HARRELL and MISS l'ope. Proprietresses._ boarders WANTED by PRIVATE family: rate? re.-vponnhle. Apply to MRS. M. V. THACKER, Basic City, Va. WANTED. SUMMER ROAUDERS IN Oak Grove, Va.; good water; good country fare; mail twice dally; no children wanted: $S week. Apply to M P.S. A. L. WOOLFOLK._ WANTED, SUMMER BOARDERS: references required. For particu? lars address MRS. CHAS. GOODMAN., S?nnystde, Va. J PALM COTTAGE. OCEAN VIEW, TWO minutes' walk to new dancing pa? vilion; nice, furnished rooms and good table hoard. Special rates to parties. MRS. LI'LA BAIN BRIDGE. Boa -IB. Ocean View. Va. i WANTED, BOARD FOR WIFE AND three children in country, near Rieh _mond. Address Box 62. Richmond. wanted, limited number cf> adult boarders at Kleinberg Female School until September 10; location In the country, near the mountains: excellent watet ; references exchang? ed. Address MISS CONSTANCE WAll.ES, Selitiyler. Nelson Co.. Va. -Rooms for Stent f 1 i E ^LBl'ON. 71? EASY^FRANKLIl*. furnished rooms; permanent and t rnnsient._ UN FUR n1 si i ed rooms] k fTc o n d lloor,_100 Elist Main._ LARGE. CLEAN, 1 I? i I SI SI i e D ROOMS. _710_ East Franklin. _. TW?TT.arge t ONNKCTING ROOMS I nl 322 Easl Franklin. Monroe 1 :.oi*. I FOUR NIC!*.LY F?RN1SHED ROOMS: i reasonable; terms. 1117 E Clny Si. 1 FURNISHH D, CO?lT ROOMS FOR rent. 30S E. Main Street. sT?iTX?rriT^ in todd Warehouse; elevator. P. o. Box 9!>3. nic ELY~1^ uTt NIS H E d ROOMS: COO i7, clean: transient, 50c; permanent, special rales. THE WELLINGTON. 8 I 4 Knst Clay._ ^AfiTffiT^^o^HvrC ku rv Ca st?T7iL>t fa K hold goods In any quantity. Phone Madison assi. SECOND-HAND MACHINERY oF of every descrlptlrn bought at full value. CLARENCE COSBY. 1528 E Cary St. Phone [ lad I son 362?. W A N T e r>. "second-hand steel water tower, not less Ihnn thirty feet high, and carry tank of not less than 1,500 gallons. Address J 377. C.'ire Times-Dispatch._ want 15f)T"GOOr? secOnd-HANd Au? tomobile. Give, make, how long in use and price; also seating capacity. Post-Qfthe Box 137._ WANTED, PARTY AT ONCE to con .tract to cut log and saw lumber by .-?"he thousand. For particulars an? dres* MRS. J. W. JONES, Rio Vista, ? .y.'a.- Routo No, 1. ? *, ?' -Real (Estate ipr^ ^cnt_ FOlT^ENT? 1 'OSSESSION'^at once] 307 South Third Street; desirable de? tached, olsrht-room dwelling: rrood back yard and poreheo. Apply tit above address or uhono Madison DAILY PUZZLES! I'll rip this! plank apa.rt in iso time Found on the picnic grounds. ? ANSWER TO VBSTKKJJAT'S PUZZLE- I Minnow. CHKAP, AJ-L "KINDS " ?F ?ECOND hand mechanical tools Apply JEF- I PERSON LOAN OFFICE. 17u5 East j Main Street._ STRUCTURAL MATERIAL OF EVERY description cut to order CLARENCE COBBY, 1523 East Gary Street. Rich- I mond, Va. I WANTED, TO SELL ONE BARK MILL. With pulleys and shafting, complete: two sets corn burrs, with pulleys and ehiftlng, complete, one boiler and engine. 100 horsepower ouch. For particulars apply to FARMERS' CO? OPERATIVE GUANO CO.. Black stone-. Va.______ R. R. COSBY ELECTRIC AND "MA? CHINE CO. Phone No. 5300 Madison. I No 210 East Marshall Street! High clasa work of every description._: ! FOR s.\LE," fTve'siTaRES MANCHES ter National Bank stock. $110. p. O. Box 210. City. Phone Madison 4? 1".'. ' LUMBER. L?TH=. shINGlli?W. 'sAtSK, blinds, doors. WOODWARD & bO.S. < Ninth and Arch. Richmond. Va. NOW~is~TrlE TIME-TO LOOK tOUR lawr.mower over. We liave the onlv Sharpener _ou'-h of Philadelphia that: will sharper It with a guarantee to cut like new. JOE BICKURSTAFF. , _isn_East Main_j BEE US WHEN IN NEED OF A SUR rey, buggv or runabout. We eirry : the latest "and most attractive styles that can be neon in the city. ?r.,l ut lowest price A MEYER'S SONS, 731 E. Cary Street._j W ELL - ESTAB LISH HI) LADIES' A N D gents' furnishing business In town of 1,000 inhabitants, stock about $>5.000: bad health reason for Sell? in?. Write nt once for full par? ticulars. Address H T'.O, care Tlmos Dlsp&tch._ TOP bTTgGY. $45. RUNABOUT. $45; surrey. $75: one phaeton, rubber tire, one second-hand trap, $50: also a nl'-e stock of. buggies and runabouts at reduced prices. THOS H. DUKE & - CO.. 804 Brook Ave._ SEt'i?NIi-lIA.M; MACHINERY CM? I every description, including wood working machinery, boilers, engines, belting, hangers, shutting and p_l levs; condition guaranteed. I. BLU FORD & CO.. 133S-12 E. Cary Street ONE STEEL-TIRED SURREY. IN good condition. $45; one Steel-tired top buggy. $lh: one steel-tired open buggy, $10. Above goods second-nand and worth the money. WE HAVE just GOTTEN IN AN other car of $40 runabouts. See them1 If you want a lot for a little money. STICK SEAT AND PANEL BEAT SI7R rcys. from $S5 up; "Farmers'" rur- ! reys from $75 up. I DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR BUSINESS I wagons before they are all gone, if I you need a spring wagon of any kind BRISTOW-WORSHAM CO.'.U::. East Main._ BARBER SHOP FOB SALE?THREE I Chairs; best town In North Carolina: shop located opposite Southern Rail way station; :u passenger trains daily; good transient trade; must bo sold at once account sickness: also good five-room house on .Main Street; all be sold at sacrlftre prices. B m WEISS. Ot.-.-?sln.ro. X. <\ ^j&tal Cstatc tor &>alt. for sal!:, farm "that"'"you" can ' buy; 33 acres, near this city; new , dwelling and necessary outbuildings; I firewood. excellent neighborhood: \ best soil. Write to-day. SO.MMER VII.I.E TRI ST CO., INC., Farm and Timber Specialists, Newport News. Va. _ FOR SALE. IN WOODLAND HEIGHTS, j two beautiful lots, centrally located. | ?roout 60x11s feet; land In splenc'id I condition; nice lawn In front, privet i hedge: granolithic sidewalk; water, sewerage and electricity; one block from car line. Call Monroe 2S29 be fore 6 P. M._ FOR 9AL_:. BEAUTIFUL WATER front home: all modern conveniences, overlooking Fortress Monroe.. Hamp? ton Roads: boating, bathing, fishing; large lawn, shade trees: two minutes' walk to car. For further Information address S. II. W.. caro Postmaster. Ruekroe. Va._ l&ztsonalp. ^ ~~ K 1 D s_ O V E S~" "CLEANED. ALI lengths. 10c. We also clean anythlnt cleanable SPIT/.ER. MY CLEANER AND DYER, 102 N. Eighlh St. Madi? son 412.1. Aut j delivery_ HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT AND~SOL~D nt HUQHES|S. 20'.' North Third ' rfUtts t?tituuE?. \VASTlKf>. SEI:TEMBI-:R 1, HOU?E OR flat, five or six rooms, with bath, etc.; central location. Terms must he > reasonable. Prompt tenant. Ad- . dress "FLAT." 711 1-2 E. Marshall Street or phono Madison_5793_ 1 LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT of newest styles In millinery, suits, dresses, all kinds Of ready-made gar. ments for ladles, misses and chil? dren; alterations free. Small ex? penses means a saving for you. Also 1 a line of pattern hato for the trade MRS JULIUS BEAR. 1423 E. Main Street._ hoarding. NICELY" ' FURNISHED' ROOMS AND board; bath and phone. 50? Nortli Fifth Street._._ _ HANDSOMELY ' FURNISH ED PRONi! room, second floor; bath, phone, com? bination lights, with board. Apply ;: East_Franklin Str..-.". B E A ? T I F U L FRONT ROOM FOR rent; also single room, with board. I 410 West Grace, BOARDERS FOR DESIRABLE ROI - Ms' also table boarders. 2-::i East Grace ' i WHEN YOU COME TO RICHMOND stop where you can get a nice. eWan, I comfortable bed for 50 cents; ice -va? lor, bath a"d nbone free. 1002 l-.'ust Crav. ?_ NICELY FURNISHED' BOOMS AND good board; hath and phone. Vu N. Fifth Street._ BOARDERS WANTED. PERMANENT and transient: large, cool rooms and excellent table hoard; reasonable rates. Applv 510 N. Sixth Street. Phone Madison JsK-.l_ FURNISHED ROOM"' WANTED BY young man. Address SCHWARTZ, 710 E. Broad._ Steal ??fitAt? WBianttb. PRYSirlAN^'lVESIRES '"OFFICE ON Grace, near First. Address K 410. care Times-Dispatch. WAGE WAR Of! FLY tSpeclal to The 1 titles-Dispatch.] Wilmington! N. C. July uj?After a careful Investigu lion Of the typhoid fovor sit :ntlou in this rlty. In which the history of each of the eases was thoroughly Investigated, and all sur? roundings probed. It has l>een decided that the fly Is responsible for nearly all the fover. This bus given an im? petus here to the enforcement of the law calling for the banishment of all cow stables, certain stringent re? quirements of horse stables and othei eqsentlal sanitary regulations. Tills afternoon the keel of an air-, ship, which a company of Uns city has been building, was placed and the company expects to have its first ma? chine ready for flight the latter part of the present month It Is claimed the air craft Is built along new lines, with no wood about it. that it Is light and can be more es.illy controlled, while being able to carry up several peopie at one time. MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED. Mlsa Moelinel Workman Bride of sir Alexander 31, Hubert. London, July 10.?The marriage is Just announced of Sir Alexander M. Robert, manager and director of the Cawnpore Woolen .Mills Company, of Cawnpore, British India, and Miss Ra chaal Workman, daughter of Or. Hun? ter W.rKm'in. the noted explorer, un-1 Mrs. Fan.'?'. Bullock Workman, the mountain climber, of Worcester, Muss. The marria -e took place at York on July 7. Sir Alexander M. Roli'-rt received his knighthood in 1310. Before going to Cawnpore In 1SSS he wan a le-'lu.er at several noted colleges. He was president of the Upper India Chamber of Commerce nine years. SHOE RKPAD^ino 75c HALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES. 60c ladlet,; every piilr .sewed: best leath? er; no nails, no pets. Royal rub? ber heels. 2.',e; Tred-Alr rubber heels, 40c; leather heeds rebuilt like new. 25c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. 716 East Main. Rhone Monroe .667. UPHOLST E R1NG AND MATTRESSES PARLOR SUITS, COUCHES AND ODD pieces reupholstered. Mattresses renovated neatly. Sanitary methods; Reliable work. SYDNOR & HUND? LEY. 711 East Broad. Madison 32U4. awnings: a\vn1ngs: awnings! FOOL THE SUN BY PLACING YOUR order for awnings with us now. Wo ore In a position to meet all de? mands promptly. ii. E. COPELAND ?i CO. 108 N Ninth Street. Phone M.disor. 2576 CLEANING AND PRESSING. CALL LA TOUCHES. MONROE 2419. when you want high-class cleaning, pressing, etc. 6 South Second Street. iToUSE CLEANING MATTING LAYING, WINDOW WA3H Ing. new houses specialty. WILLIAM Johnson. Monroe. 312_ BIG SALE OF PARASOLS. REGULAR, $4 PARASOLS FOR ?1.58. We have them from 25c. up to ?5 apiece, Repairing and recovering our apectslty. New umbrellas from 50c. up to $10 apiece. Come and see us. We will treat you right. NEW? MANS UMBRELLA FACTORY, 31S E. Broad Street Phone Monroe 2U'1.1. W?TCU kforaTiTlnLT your WATCH REPAIRED OR cleaned by wm. tobien. jr.. la a guarantee that It Is dono properly. Twenty years' experience. Cleaning, II; main Springs. $1. 408 Es?t Umad Street. All work guaranteed. panama hatter S. PANAMA AND STRAW HATS CLEAN ed. blenched. block, relrlmmed AMERICAN HAT CO.. Hatters Fifth find Marshall_ mattresses! mattresses! we SEND FOR YOUR MATTRESS IN the morning, make it over lilte new. and return It to you the same day. New hair mattresses a specialty. ja OiB UMLAUF Uber? M.ullsoi. 3292 LAWN MOWERS. THE REST IS NOT TOO GOOD. THIS Is why there are nbout 500 satisfied users of the genuine Pennsylvania mowers In Richmond. We also carrv the cheap stuft as low as $2:60. If you can't Und it, go to McGRAW'S, 1440-42 E. Main Street._ CLEANING AND DYEING SILKS. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of clean Ing and dyeing silks, sr.tlns. laces, furs. ponges, foulards, household draperies, blankets, etc. Nothing too dlrticult. SPITZER, MY CLEANER. 102 North Eighth Street. Phone. Mud ison 1121_ BAKERY. A LARGE POUND CAKE. 25c: TWO pound raisin cake. 23c. DRUNK? ARD'S, 423 1-2 North Sixth. ?Jbcaleb ^ropo?ala. PKc^os?i.s For the confeiVer ate Memorial Institute. Richmond, Va.?Sealed proposals will be receiv? ed by Hon J. Taylor Ellys in, president .if the Confederate Memo? rial Association, at hlrt 0 files. ?21 Mutual Building, Richmond, Va., un? til 12 o'clock M. cn MONDAY, August 7, 1911. and then opened, for the ,'ob? struction complete (except heeling und ventilating apparatus, electric conduits und wiring, Ran piping and lighting ilxtur.-a), for H building to be known as the "Confederate Me? morial institute." in accordance with drawings, and bpeclftoaiions of Bis .seii & Slnkler, Architects, so'? Bailey BulldlnK. Philadelphia, Pn. Copies of the drawings and spe.;:ll cations and forms of proposals may be obtained from the above archi? tects on or after Saturday, July j 5, 1H11. Eaoh application must be ac? companied by n certified cheek for $500. payable to the order of the Confederate Memorial Assoctailon. The copies oi the drawings und >.. -. - Ideations must be returned t-> the architects In good condition, with the proposals, whereupon the above cheek will be returned: but upon failure Of any bidder to return 'n good condition tho drawings and specifications tho sum of $2", will be forfeited and deducted from the above check. The right is reserved tf> reieel any or ail bids. The contractor to whom the iivard is made will be required to furnish a bond of a suretv company lu the i?um of 5ft per cent, of the amount of the contract, guaranteeing the faith? ful performance of the contract. Cop'es fif the dra wings :',>e.-, flcatlona mav bo seen also at the. olhee of the Confederate Memorial Association. 921 Mutual Building. Richmond. Vn. nctiCE TO er v il engineers'? Scaled proposals for ascertaining the proper grade lines for the I'ottd" ways and sidewalk:-' In the town of Highland Park and for furnishing profiles of the same win be received by the undersigned until 13 o'clock noon MONDAY. July 17. 1911. Full Information will bo furnished pro? spective bidders by A. C. Mavnird. Town Superintendent; Highland Park, The Committee on streets reserves the right to reject any and ill bids, CHAS. U. KASTELBERG, Chairman, 17i(i E. Main Streit. auction ftaUg? ^ulHH-^J?.M*: i *~^'"r?y"rticheson & c7utehtleid\ ~ ' j Roil Estate Agents ami Auctioneers. ' AUCTION SALE OF 1700 Catherine St.1 (Corner of Munford), AND STORE. 604 Munford St. (In rear of above). At the request of tho owner, who Is determined to sell, we will offer for, ; sole, on the premises, on THURSDAY. JUDY 13TH. at 6 o'clock P. M., . these very desirable brick investments. 1 This property Is the cream of smjlt property In Jackson Ward, is well lo? cated and rented to good tenants at $20 n month, and will pay handsomely on the price expected. TERMS: Liberal, and at sale._1 By T. M. Wortham & Company, I Real Estate and Auctioneers. No. 18 North Ninth Street. AUCTION SALE THAT COMFORTABLE SEMI-DE? TACH El > BRICK DWELLING. NO. 308 W EST MARSHALL, AND LOT SOxl?u FEET lO AN ALLEY, WITllj STABLE IN THE REAR. At the request of the owner, a non \ resident, wo will Sell at public auc ? Ron. on the premises, on j WEDNESDAY. JULY 12. 1911. at 6:30 P. M.. the property above mentioned, i The house Is a well built brick dwelling, containing nine rooms and bath, with large halls, and Is conveni? ently arranged, having been recently repaired, painted and repupercd. and Is In good condition for immediate occupancy If desired as an Invest? ment will command good tenant The deep lot of 130 feet and the sta blu also appeal to those desiring a comfortable home In this good neigh? borhood. TERMS: The assumption of a note | for $1,600; balance cash._ By The Virginia Auction Co., General Auctioneers, Temporary LoeationT 16 N. Seventh St., Phones: Madison 3861; Monroe 2SSX. GR< ICERIES, gasolene AUCTION. STORE FIXTURES, ENGINE, ETC., AT We win sell WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1911. commencing at 3 P. M.. 1323 WEST LEIGH STREET, an excellent small stock of Fresh Groceries. Canned. Bottled and Shelf Goods. Cakes. Crackers, Flour, Me tl, Herring. Mackerel, Showcases, Coun? ters. Meat Block and Tools. Cigars and Tobaccos License, 2^_-hqrse power Gasolene Engine. Sale positive. TERMS: Cash. VIRGINIA AUCTION CO., Auctioneers By" Rlche.son .t Crutchfield. Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers. TRUST EE'S AUCTION SALE OF THAT VERY DESIRABLE PROPERTY IN Ill'S TOWN OF ASHLAND. VA? FRONTING ON RAILROAD STREET, i WITH DESIRABLE TWO-STORY FRAME DWELLING THEREON. In execution of a certain deed of trust to the undersigned from the Mao murtlo Place Land Company, dated June 1, lauT, and recorded in the clerk's office of the Circuit Court of ! Hanover county. Va.. in ^.cod Book IS. : page 21c-. default having been made in the payment oi ft portion of the debt I therein secured, ami Demg required so : to do by the beneficiary cnereunder, i will sell at public uuctlon. on the premise's; on THURSDAY, JULY 13TH. 1911. at h o'clock P. M., the real .-state de scribed In said deed as follows: All that certain tract or parcel of land, situated in the town of Ashland. Han? over county. Va.. It being the same tract or parcel o? land conveyed to the said MaClhurdO Place I?\nd Company (Inc.), by Wallace D. McLean by deed bearing date June 1. 19U7, the follow? ing two lots of land, lying and being In the town of Ashland, county of Hanover, Va.. known as lots numbers three (3) and four (4). In the plan of the town ef Ashland, according to Mir vey of William Clop ton made In tiie year lSf.4. fronting together 6 98-100 chains on the east side of Railroad Street, and bounded on the north by the lots of Mr. A. C. Schalter and W. W, Bennett, on the south by the lots of Samuel Rice, anel running back be? tween parallel lines to tho "Oakland' Addition to Ashland. With the ?-.\e.;, I tlon. however, of a strip one hundred and seventy-three <173i feet wide, ex I tending entirely across said land (lots '3 and li. being the same atrip, piece I lor parcel of land that was conveyed I to the Richmond and Chesapeake Bay Railway Company hy the said Austin I H. Burr, substituted trustee, together I with all the appurtenances to the- said i land belonging or In any wise apper* ; talnlng. I TERMS: Cash sufficient to pay tho j costs of executing the trust, all taxes ! and levies due thereon and to dis? charge a note of $3.000. due June I, 1910, with Interest thereon from March 12, 1909. and an additional sum of $828 for Interest accrued on two notes of f:;.ooo anil $3.900. respectively, from I March 12. 1909, to March 12, 1911, and: on a credit as to a note of $3,o00t duo ! June 1. 1913. with interest thereon i from March 12. 1911, payable annually I on the 12t!t day of March of each year, find credit ?s to a note of $3,900, due i ! June i. uio. with Interest thereon from March 12, 1911, payable annually on the 12th day of March of each year: > - the balance of the purchase price to he : made payable at such time and .-cured i I In such manner as the said Macmttrdo I Place L-iml Company (Inc.). Its sue- > : cessors or assigns, shall prescribe and direct, or In case of Its or their failure ' to give such direction at Mich time i and In such manner a.< the said Burton Marye, his heirs or assigns shall think BURTON MARYE, j Trustco. ; KDi'oiben? iioticc?. : Atlantic Coa-'t Line Railroad Company. Wilmington, N. C. June 28, 1911. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS of .vT lantlc Coast Line Railroad Company has declared .i dividend of 3 percent ; on the common capital stock of that company, payable at the office of ihu treasurer, at Wilmington, tforih < Carolina on and utter July 10, 19)1,1 to stockholders of record on Juno 21. 1911. The transfer books arc closed from the list day of June. 1911, to the nth day of July. 1911, both In? clusive JAMES f post. Treasurer aaaaayMaw_swtagpwwaiggBgmaii,r-;.v.^. ??.. ?jtTutCtrigs, : VV "Till? STATED COMMUNICATION V\f "i Sl lohn's i.-.:?? No 30 \i. Ar i i' in Free and Accepted m isons, I Will be held in Its le.d'ie- mom :? t the Masonic Tamplo THIS (Tuesday) .-:v;-: N.ING, July II, at 7:30 o'clock. Every member of the lodge is re quested to attend, and members or uls? ter lodges anil trunslent brethren arc fraternally invited to unite with u*?. Ry order of the Worshipful Master. oscar j. adams. Beere tn ry. VIRGINIA BUILDING AND LOAN Company--The annual meeting of j the stockholders of thir compatiy will be held on TUESDAY. July II. _ 1 PIT._C. T. LOEHRi Secretary. 1 tfil-i~7\nTnTa i. mi: etinh of rh~e stockholders of the Richmond Paper Manufacturing Company win bo held at Its office 1300 Baal Franklin , Street, on TUESDAY. July is. Rill, at 12 Mi B. W. L1P8COMB, Secretary. FOR SALE The, following material from old Chamber of Commerce is yet for sale: Feet of Joists Sheathing;, Doors, Windows. Granite Hollow Tile. Face Brick, Lumber, flood bargains to quick buyer. J. HENRY MILLER, Inc. 1 2 N. 9th St., Richmond. atiflion j&aks. tXtne i-ja. Suction fealeg, gTute jgfrg*^ By Virginia Auction Co., Auctioneers. Temporary Location, 1 ?"> N. Seventh. Phones: Madison 2S:,1. Monroe 2583. Furnishings of a Mag? nificently Furnished Residence at Auc? tion, 19 N. Fifth St. Corner Franklin, This Tuesday, July 11,1911 at 10.30 A. M. We will sell for parties leaving the city, the following handsome furnlshlngsi " 1-3 octave standard make Piano, massive three-piece 1'nrlor Suit, Odd Chairs and Tables. RECEPTION HALL?In Early English, Fprlght Clock. Hall Rack, Chairs, Table and Rockers. PINING R< ?? i.M?tjunrtored Oak Sideboard. Pedestal Pining table, Mirror Top China Closet, Bos Scat Chairts, Genuine Leather Couch, four Early English Tables, IS ChalrS, Refrigerator, Sllvcnvare and Pinner Set. etc. BED ROOM. NO. 1 ? In Quartered Oak. Massive Quartered Presser and Wnshsland, Mirror Door Wardrobe. Chlffonhier, all to match; handsome Brass Bert, Spring and Foil Mattress, pillows. Leather Hex Couch; chairs and Roek eri Quartered Oak Combination Bookcase and Desk, Oak Roll Top Desk, Library Table, etc. BED ROOM. NO. 2?In Mahogany?Handsome Mahogany Presser. with large plate mirror, and chiffonnier to mutch; Gentleman's Wardrobe, Massive Slnglo Brass Bid. Spring1* and Mattress. BED ROOM, NO, S?-In Blrd'n-Eye Maple?Dresser, Washstand, Dressing Table, Chlffonnlor, 1 Irs. Rocker and Tables. Writing Desk. Metal Red, Spring, ?'e'li Mntfrdis and Pillows. Four other bed chambers .v- Quartered oak?Dressers. Washstnnds. Ward? robes and Chlffonnlors, Chairs, Rockers, Tables, , Sanitary Metal Walshstands, White Enamel thrve-ple <? Beds, and Fe'.t Mattresses, Pillows, etc. AH of the handsome Carpets, Matting*.*. Rugs, Druggets, Window Shades, etc.. throughout the house. House open for inspection Monday afternoon, from 3 to T o'clock. This Is an excellent lot of goods, recently purchased from Sydnor & Hundley. Sale positive. TERMS: Cash Laid leu especially Invited. VIRGINIA AUCTION CO., Auctioneers. faction Ssuile?. ?Tijiss ?3ap. High Constable's Sale I will soil by public nuetlnn. on TFKSHAV. Tili: I'TU 1>AY OK JULY. 1011, 11 O'CLOCK A. M? at No. 2H Kail Clay Street, the follow, in? properly, to satisfy a distress warrant (Mechanic* Savings Hank vs. International Realty Co. i, In my hunds: One Iron Safe. TERMS: Cash VY. II. YYYATT. JR., _11. C. C. R. High Constable's Sale I will sell by public auction, on TUESDAY, Till-: I1TH DAY OF JULY, 1(111. .1 O'CLOCK P. Mm at No. t South Fourteenth, the follow? ing property, to satisfy distress war? rants (Mrs. F, Bellend vs. William Gebhart) In my hands: I.oi of Restau? rant Fixtures ami Household Oools. Including Counters. Refrigerators, Cof? fee Urn, Bureaus, Wnahs tends, etc. TERMS: Cash. \Y. II. W Y ATT. JR.. II. C? C. R. High Constable's Sale I w ill sell hy public auction! on TUESDAY, TH? I ITII DAY OF JULY, Hill. 11:30 O'CLOCK A. M? nt No. 21S East Grace, the following . property, to satisfy a distress warrant \ CDr Hit BloxtOn vs. Paul Thompson) in my hands Electric Cabinet, Heater and Roller. Bathtub, Water Closet and I Arc Light. TERMS: fash W II WYATT. JR.. 1 II. C, f R. l?uctioii &>alt&. -^l^i^?*^ By Pollard & Rugby, Real Estate Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE OK TWO-STORY FRAME DWELLING. 1 909 Fairmount Avenue In execution of a deed of trust dated March SI. 1910. and recorded In the clerk's office of Richmond Chancery ('.,';:;. Deed Book 206-C, page 285, de foult having bean made In tho payment of the debt therein secured, I win sell by auction, on the premises, on THURSDAY, JULY 13. 13XL at 6:30 o'clock P. M., the above mentioned desirable property. The dwelling is comparatively new and contains eight rooms. Lot 30 feet 7H Inches by a depth of 125 feel to an alley In rear of H feet wide. TERMS; Cash. II. It. POLLARD, JR., Trustee. N'. R.?While Ihe terms above stated are all cash, the auctioneers will ho v.-ry glad to at r inge very reasonable terms on this property. Just let us know what you want, and we will try to arrange it. it;.- Virginia A notion Co., Auctioneers. Temporary I.oentlon. l>"> N". Seventh, Phones: Mud 13 on 38,'. 1; Monroe 28S3. Silent Salesman Show Cases, Counter Show Cases, Wall Cases, Wall Mir rors, Glass Partitions, Counters, Counter Stools, Umbrella Cases, Fixtures, Etc., At Auction. We will sell for P. Buchanan * Son. Jewelers, At 111 Rnst Broad Street, for nrooiint of moving to new store, WEDNESDAY; .II I.V 12, AT 10:30 A. MY, ten Counter Showcases, ion Showcase Counters, two eleven-foot Silent Salesmen Showoase*, two seven-foot Silent Salesmen Case*, eight eight foot Class Dour Wall Cases, one fourteen-foot Wall Case, twelve Wall Minors, two Umbrella Wall Ca.es. une Umbrella Floor Case, two Pier MlrrblM, one Gilts A Office Partition, ICO yards Linoleum nine Chandeliers, twelve-Counter stools, etc. Tlv i( fixtures must De sohl Wednesday. July 12. and delivered by Monday. July 17. , VIRGINIA A I'd! ON CO., Auctioneers.