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?\wf?mt$ic$g^ ^tepatrh GItlSATHST WANT A MJ KtJAb KS TATti medium in VIRGINIA, AND um: op this hi:st i n a Miinicv. Want Ad Rates ID Effect June U, 1WL Dally, one ccut per word wlion paid In advance. No Ad. taken for leaa then On centa. One uud one-half centa a nurd all cluaMltlcutloue except Sltuutlun Wanted for Suucla}'. Situation Wuuted one ccut a word. No A%1. Sunday tukeu fur Im? tlmu intern cents. No Ada. tukeu for I??k tlinn trreoly L i >? cents wlieu phoned In or charted at the* counter. I'liolie- ordcra uot ituuruuteed. CluMMlUcotlou uot sunrautrcil after ii diu i*. si. I'ur bualucaa cuutractn neuil fur tbc VVaul Ail. Maut ubnur Meurn^ 1. u?IU -1 i ' ST, A BUNCH OF, KEV.3 CONTA1N in|; several xuiu look keya, one urtfse ?.:otK key. Return lo 1'J. II. llUU ti, American National Hunk .Building, und receive reward. LUST, ONE SILVER HANDBAO. WITH owner's nun? inside, between Filth und BrouU and Cohen's, out 01 i;us!..-j Return tu lion West Cury unu re? ceive reward. ,_ TAKEN'"'FROM M V ROOM .SINCE i o'clock Monday nigh' silver mesh bag; ittitiuls L. E, u. Howard if re turned to 4 Won MuMliaUl strayed From j. u. eacy'3 cTIXL yurd, Mudlsoti und Cury, one bay in..iv mule.ttewurd _ ; Jkytuu ttuiuu?. jrviau Al7l~U e^HOOL^^LijjbiaI. " ilXItUEb i end bcsn-ecjulppcU uiiu only real prkvullcaj auto scnool lu this sccltou open uuy <ti.U lilglil the year urouiio Call and s?.e fur youisell. our sut lslied pupils uro uur references. K1CUMONU AUTOMOBILE SCtiUUL, " 16 v?. Broad Street._ i'OU ARK WANTED FOR OOV'i?ftN iiiunt position, ibv month. Write lor libt ol positions open. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dej,t. 370 u, Rochester, N. Y._ WANTED. BOY TO WORK IN OFFICE. One who can operate typewriter. Ap? ply between 12 and 12:30 to-day ut Room 709. Mutual Building._ WANTED. .SODA BOY. APPLY NO. 1 West Broad between S and 10 A. M. \VANTED; DRUO CLE.toT." REOISTER ???1 in Virginia; n.ur. i.e aobnr und li'?ustrloue. sta.o references. Ad? ? l! - ..a D .tlti,_ca; a Times-Dlspatcii. [WANTED, CATtFENTER, AT ONCE, to iiu-iiu- ii'jutie ttt.OUvrouj-n iSprlnga. Address LuFAYETTE MANN. Amelia C H . Va._ ?WANTED, LABORERS AND BRICK cleanera, Ninth and Main Streets, Li < j EORUE A. PULLER CO._ WANTED, - FOR U. 8. AKMV, ABLE bodlt'd, unmarried men. between ages of eighteen and thirty-five; Citizens ol United States: of good character and temperate habits, who can ?peak, read ami write the English language. For Information appl> to Recruiting '.'Ulcer, S2? E. Broad St. Richmond, or ir,l N". Sycamore St., Petersburg, Va. Xfiiiwiiani Witatxitu, ant?te. ^CxTKD. POSITION BY GRADUATE i r, pharmacy, registered assistant, three years' experience: employed, but wish to make change by August la. V 2'jo. care Times-Dispatch. YOUNG MAN, WHO CAN FURNISH references would like to secure clori i .1 position in Richmond; has knov-i ? dge ui Ore and life insurance. 'Ad ilress I'; :ri7. care Tlmes-Dlspat?h. V. VNTED, POSITION AS STENOORA pher. Apply X., care PoBtuiaster, Nj. Ilowai llle Vr.._ . . ?x&lantei) nfcinnie. u anteij'.^at^oxci;. " GOOD ' cook. Phone Madison 611--K. Wcsthamp _ton._>Jr_ L I.V" SOLICITORS, EXPERIENCED; i.i v.' proposition' salary and comniis rlon. Address F. -iS. ehre Tlnita I ' 1 :|.;.'_ t. ituaiipnjJ iii??nu?. iri-male. tC .-. TE1'. " DitE.-S.MAKlNO. " PLAIN i font y 402 E. Main Street. Phono ?Monroe _ jycip, itlaU an? jf cmalc It payf'ro'"do"st;watitcte~bfi?5> ographlc work during the vocation season; for evidence call at the Rem? ington Typewriter Employment De? partment and see tho positions now open, Address tiOt", e. Main. Phone M i ll.-.-.r. ?f.l._ iJioie?sional ^clp (l^anieD^ 'i ? .'.'HERS WANTED FOR F?"lL VA ^nncles in Virginia and Southern .states; schools supplied free. Satis? faction guaranteed. R. W. CRIDLIN. Manager Virginia Teachers' Bureau, Manchester. Richmond. Va-_ sntuaticns, fJrotcSsunal. W ANfEDr->0'sTrr?x"~AS TEACHFJIi In public school; certificate in full force: testimonials the best. Address "STENOGRAPHER," care Postmas? ter. Gnaburg, Va._ AN EDUCATOR OF long AND SUC cessful experience desires position in an established school; Latin, Greek, French, English, literature, history, mathematics; highest testimonials. Ad'Iress Box 4. Esmont, Va._ WANTED. POSITION TO TEACH plario music and harmony In high school or neudemy. session 1911-1312; H. M. degree from Woman's College, Richmond, Va.; references exchang? ed. Address D 215, care Tlmes-Dls Patch._? OWNER OF 700 ACRES OF LAND ON main macadam road, seven miles from Washington, will entertuin proposition from party with flO.UOO to $20,000 to develop same. Splen? didly aliuated for attractive subur? ban homes; lino natural scenery; good street cur service. This enter? prise will easily net $100,000 in throe years. Address AMERICAN LAND CO., No. B17 Thirteenth Streut, N. W., Washington. D. C._ WANTED, ABLE TOUNG LAWYER who is prep'arcd to pay an adequate < onslderatlon therefor, to take ovor a well-established commercial prac tlcc. X. Y. '/?.. Carrier No 6._ P6Ut";rP"'jtjei an!; ^h.-c *>(ccti SiTBEDINO EWES, PURE BRED rams, feeding wethers and feeding lambs for sale at moderate prices. AlcCOMB & BLOCK, Union Stock yurds, Richmond. Vn._ W A NTHDT^I.'OOO LEGHORN PULLETS, weighing from one and a half pounds to two and n hnlf pounds, In lots of from 20 upwards. Will pay a small advance over mnrkot prlco. Write, stating tho number you have and their ages, whether white or brown. Address MANAGER GLEN ARVON FARM, Stearnea, Vn. Svoom? for jjteajiji. , f^fEL^y^FljRNTSIIETr^Rb^ clean; transient, 60c; pormnnent, spoclal rates. THE WELLINGTON. 1)14 East Clay._ COOL PARLOR BED ROOM, WITH telephone; also othor rooms. 710 E. Franklin._ FURNISHED .ROOMS FOR RENT. 408 West Grace Stroji.t_ NICELY- VuRNISHED ROOMS;* WITH or wlthbut board. 71& East Marshall S treeT; \ ?_ FiTrNISIIED BOOMS: PRIVATE FAi? '??? BOT'North Slxtli HOME. OKCHAKU AND i' A 1: m?THIS is ? splendid combination; a most delightful homo, ; no orchard end excellent farm; tilne-roonj dwelling, | with fnodorn equipment; 1,000 t-eliot' apple trees, in bearing; 70-aore tarm. Every thing in lirsi-clasa condition; magnificent views; close to C. oc o. Elution, in noted Albemarle region. ? Price, 112.000. Fret Peal Ksiulc itet tstor. H. W. HILLBAR V & CO.. Ghuriottosville, Va. KpTmT'-Iv??M HOUfT>r~?N"?CHA F F i S Street cheap to (|U4c!c purchaser. An ply OWNER, 5H N. .Seventh Street' FOP. SALE, $2,500?PLEASANT H Oil 13 In Albemarle county. Vu.. near Ea raom Station and "Green Mountain'' clubhouse; fine neighborhood: pretty house, ft acres land. Addnss MISS: .SHAW. 400 W. Westover Ave.. Nor- I folk. Va. WEST FRANKLIN STREET HOME, near Jefferson Hotel, with largo, sunny rooms; two bathrooms; '.ool in summer; easily heated in winter; v. churmtng home for large family. Address P. O. Box 265. Richmond. Va. FOR .SALE, A SMALL FARM ON Sevon Pines Road, about one milo from Richmond. 10 or 12 acres. Ap? ply to E. J. DIETRICH, 2701 Fa^t ?Main Street. WHY PAY RENT WHEN YOU CAN own your own Lome , ... ? a monthly payment leas than rent? Wo will build or buy you a homo or pay Olf the mortgage, and allow you to return name at the rute of $7.60 per month for each $1,000, together with 5 p>er cent, simple interest. Fol information uddrtss B. A. RICHARD SON, JR., District Manufter. No. 40* American National Bunk Bulldinic. Richmond. Va. ' _ FOR SALE. NfCF FARM BETWEEN Fores) Hill and Bon Air, on Bon Air Road; large, shady grove; seven room house. Will sell cheap?$3,500. This is growing In value. H. L. WIL? LIAMS, Phone Mudlson 41*'JO,_ ON THE BEAUTIFUL JAMES RIVER, five miles by water, eight miles by road from Newport Newa, Va., 15 ucres, dwelling, fruit. excellent neighbors; oyster ground; $3,000. A rare chance to got water frontago. SOMMER VILLE TR L" ST CO.. INC., Newport News, Va FOR SALE! BEAUTIFUL WATER front home; all modern conveniences, overlooking Fortress Monroe, Hump ton Roads; boating, bathing, fishing: large lawn, bhude trees; two miaute*' walk to car. For further Information address S. H. W.. care Postmaster. ! Ruck roe. Va. i _ J&tal Citatt for &mt._ r*tVB NE W AN D MODERN HOL'BK?. 1.230 to 223S Park Avenue: 9 rooms; hot water hent Apply 2212 A 1-L-rk Avenue, or phone Madison 7750-j or GIGS.- , Full RENT. WELL LOCATED-STORE at Guinea. Va., with three large rooms above arid barn. Possession given at once. Apply to MRS. C. H SALE. Guinea. Va._ FOR RENT, STORE, 2314 EAST MAIN; Just remodeled; good opening. Madi ! Ron 5300. *\eat estate (lOiante?. WANTED. TO BUY OR RENT SMALL farm on or near car line. Address F 30i, core Tiroes-Dispatch. s?ooit.s <u?aiue0. WANTED, TO RENT FROM OWNER of house, ono large, untarnished room, convenient to oath, und use of phone, by elderly widower. Address C 149, care Times-Dispatch. jriaia tar x\tui. [LOWER FLAT. 2242 PARK AVENUE; i six rooms; hot water heat; modern In every way; open location. Apply 2242 A l'ai k Ave., or pUwiy MaUUOn i 77.CO-J or ijCOa. feummer ^Boarbing. HOTEL C"hT5STER, CHESTER, ?vjl^ between Richmond and Petersburg, reached by electric or steam lines. Just Hie place to spend the months of August und September. Under the now management amusements such as riding, .driving, dancing, fish? ing, etc., will be given special care und no eitort will De spared to multu the summer pleasant und enjoyahle to all guests, iron am! magnesia water served free to the guests. For terms write to MANAGER HOTEL ClILSTER. Chester. Va._ LOWE'S COTTAGE, WATER FRONT Virginia Bay Station, Ocean View. Reasonable rates; good service; spe? cial meals. 50c.; bathing suits tree. MRS. W. T. LOWE. Proprietor. KIN LOCH FARM?BEAUTIFUL SUR roundfhgs; refined people.; good food; pure water; easily reached from all points. Address AVLETT EVERETT. Clsinont, Va. _ WANTED, SUMMER BOARDERS, large, brick house, shady yard, cool i rooms, bathroom, with hot and cold water. Address MRS. WILLIAM R. ALLEN. Buchanan, Va. Tili; SAINT LOUIS COTTAGE. OCEAN View, opposite Virginia Bay Station; battling, boating and fishing; Lome comforts; special rates to families or parties; meals and boarding. E. J. BRADLEY, Proprietor. ptoarbing._ BOARDERS'FOR rJESIRABLE ROOMS; also table boarders. 2u9 East Grace. BOARDERS WANTED. AT 817 EAST Franklin Street. MISS PALMORE. &QtlttB. WA7jYEr37^rTiT:"Pu^~LJc^ know that JAHNKE Situs, Jewelers, 912 East Main Street, buy, sell, exchange and REMOUNT DIAMONDS ln THE LATEST STYLES. Old gold and sil? ver always taken in exchange._ R. R. COSBY, ELEC. AND MCH. CO., Madison 5300, 210 Easl Marshall, ull work guaranteed._ McCLURE BROS.. PRACTICAL FLOOR w?lkets; all kinds of linois laid, scraped and polished; old floors ren? ovated; parquet floors a specialty. Phone Madison 6063 P. S. Address 1101 East Clay Street._ TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS. ? Ex? aminations for licenses to tench in the public schools of Virginia will be held on JULY 26, 27 and 28, be? ginning ut 8:40 A. M., In the tdd High School building. No. 803 East Marshall Street. J. A. C. CHAN? DLER, Superintendent Schools._' WE WILL GIVE ?100 FOR ANY AF fection of the eye, ear, nose or throat we fall to improve. HILLCREST SANATORIUM. Second and Frunklu Streets. _ _Wontt^._ 8E'fTolN~S-irA N 1* MACHINERY OB of every descrlptlrn bought at full Value. CLARENCE COSBY. 1523 E Cary St. Phorie ' ladlnoo 262?._ A $3,000 STOCK OF NEW PATTERNS in negligee shirts must bo be sold at coat. This stock Includes patterns which will please tho most fastid? ious of men. Also a good selection of straw hats at and below cost. M. Hi OARNETT. EIghth and Main. WANTED. TO BUY KonCASIt. *IUUHE hold goods In any quantity. Phon? Madnoc SS51._ WANTED. TO BUY GRIST MILL. CON vonlont to Richmond. Give full de? scription. Address B 70, care Times Dispatch;_ . WANT E D, SECOND-HAND STEEL water tower, not less than thirty feot high, and carry tank of not less than 1,500 gallons. Address .1 377, en rn Times-Dispatch._ WANTED, TO.BORROW FOR THREE years, $1,850 on first mortgage real estate; ? interest payable quarterly; property worth $2.500. Address E 259. caro Tlmes-Dlspatch. DAILY PUZZLES; _ i What mythological deity? ANSWER T?" yBS'tli'tDAfS PUZZLE Morocco. jfor &ale.__! STRUCTURAL IKON, STEEL AND pipe of nvsrv description cut to ordar. CLARENCE COSBY, 1523 East Cary Street, hlchmond, Va._ CHEAP, ALL KLNDb OF SECOND- J hand mechanical tools. Apply JEF FERHON LOAN OFFICE. 1705 East Main Street._ ELECTRIC FANS. ALL TYPES AND sites; highest grades, with each guaranteed for ono year. K. r. COS? BY ELEC. and MACH. CO , 210 East Marshall. Madison 5300._ X CHANCE of A LIFETIME?for sale, one of the hest paying small liveries In West Virginia. Address C. HUDOINS. Itoncevcrto, W. Va. STEAM HEATING PLANT COMPLETE, with holler und radiators good us new; one set Jones wagon scales 1. BLL'FORD & co._ s E C O n D-HAKD, 12-HORSEPOWER traction engine, boilers, engines, all M?es and styles; belting: (new Mid used). hangers, shafting, pulleys, wood working and other machinery of every description; condition guar? anteed. I. BLUFwKD 6i CO., 1538 1512 E. Cary .Street._ for sale, at $80o, second-hand Fraliklin, Model D, tive-passenger uu tomobile; Bosch magneto: fully equipped with clock, windshield t.nd bpeedometer; just overhauled; cost, v. ith equipment, when now, over $3. I 00. Apply f\ O. Box 926, Richmond. Vu._ 3l7v~Y?UR VEHICLE WHERE QUAL Ity is evident in every particular. We curry a?full line of up-to-date vehicles of nil kinds. Your patron? age solicited. A. MEYER'S .SONS. 731 E. Cary StropL_ ICE CREAM, |1 GALLON: ALL FLA vors. SOMMA's. Phone Monroe 561. GRA pi I dpi 1 on ES?COLL'M Bia GR A phophones with fifty records, $30; a bargain; cash or credit; doeble-d'sc records, 05c; repairs. TALKING MA? CHINE co, 7 04 East Main._ WANTED, TO SELL~ONE BARK MILL, with pulleys and shafting, complete; two sets corn burrs, with pulleys aiid shafting, complete; one boiler and engine, 10C horsepower each. For particulars apply to FARMERS' CO? OPERATIVE GUANO CO., Bluck stone. \X_ FINE FURNITURE. 210 EAST MAR shall. M.tdison 5300._ FUR "SALE. VAL?~AltLE LAW L13RA ry of about 220 volumes, including Virginia Reports, Virginia Law it;s lstcr, cyc, and various text books, at a bargain. a list will bo sent upon application. Address Box No. 74, Richmond. Va._ FOR SALE, RUBBER-TIRE SURREY, $75; runabout, rubber-tire, $30; one runabout, $25, steel-tire; one cart. $15; one trap, $35. THOS. H. DUKE & CO., S04 Brook Avenue. Automobiles tor &>ale ' ;_ FIJI Ts ALE. WHITE GAS CAR SPLJ3N did condition: will sacrifice to quun purcha.Hr. Address C W. YE AM ANS, I care Gordon Motor Car Co., Inc., i Richmond, Va. ! AUTOMOBILE BARGAIN. NEW HUD I son 33 touring car, model 1911; seats hvfi in good condition; only used three months; presolite gas, speed? ometer, brass clock -ixtr.i tir.is; nw t-tored at Gordon Motor Company's Garage. 1217 West Broad Street. Cull for car No. 2239. ^itUgr^taneous^ ! CLEANING AND "PRESSING. CALL LA TOUCHES. MONROE 2419, [ when you want high-class cleaning, pressing, etc. 6 South Second Street. SHOE REPAIRING 75c HALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES. 60c ladies,; every pair sewed: best leath? er; no nails, no pegs Royal rub? ber heels, 25c; Tred-Alr rubber heels, 4oc; leather heels rebuilt like new. 25c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. 716 East Main. Phone Monroe 2667._ UPHOLSTERING AND MATTRESSES PARLOR SUITS, COUCHES AND ODD pieces renphuistered. Mattresses renovated neatly. Sanitary methods; Reliable work. SYDNOR & HUND? LEY. 711 East Broad. Madison 3204. j ' CHFIBORAZO SHOES. WANTED, BUYERS FOR LADIES' velvet pumps, the latest styles, $2.50 and $8. J. R. GCODE Sc SON. WANTED.. YOU TO KNOW WE HAVE the celebrated Chlmborazo shoe in Oxford, latest styles and toes, patent leathers, viel and tuns, $3.50 and $4. J. R. GOODE & SON, Fifteenth and Main._ TENTS AND AWNINGS. KEEP COOL; SLEEP IN A TENT. WE make them any size. Prices reason? able. 11. E. COPELAND CO, INC., 1 Awnings, Tents and Flags. Phone Madison 2576._ I ANTIQUES. YOU CAN GET GENUINE ANTIQUE l furniture at C. E. LYDA'S; also an? tiques and other furniture repulred. polished and finished. Antiques I bought. 19 West Main Street._ ANT-iQUES. ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE. Furniture repaired, polished and packed; uoholsterlng. etc. L. N. AR NALL & SON, 318 Brook Ave. 'Phone Madison 6277. FINE UNHOt-STERlNG AND MAT? TRESSES. FURNITURE REPAIRED AND UP ' 'holstored; mattresses made over like new; furniture and china packed and shipped. JACQjtf UMLAUF. Phone 8292. _? GARDEN HOSE. GARDEN HOSE, AT WHOLESALE prices to the consumer. 10,000 feet on hand at price from 8c to 16c Also a complcto lino of sprinklers, .nuzzles and garden tools. If you 1 can't find It go to M'GRAW'S, 1440 N2 East Main Streot Coal anb WiooU. LONG HAL WOOD THAT BURNS FREE and makes quick heat, Just the kind for summer use, also filling; up cel? lars for noxA w'nter nt summer . prices It's, fine.' Yard: 1506 West Broad. Phone: Madison 1069. KINDLING WOOD. EXCELLENT FOR light cooking, $1.60 hulf-nord. Phone Madison 177. SAMUEL H. COTTRELL & SONS. HUMAN H AI r" BOUGHT AND SOLD at HUOHES'S, 20? North Third. SENATOR KWANHON TO SPEAK IX PORTSMOUTH ! Norfolk. Va., July 2 ..?Sow that the ! sessions of Congress are expected to [ come to a close soon, following tho passage of the Canadian reciprocity Mil. the campaign being waged by Carter Gins? for the seat of United State? Senator Claude A. Swanson, in? cumbent, and a candidate to succoed himself. Is expected to wax pretty warm. Harry Hall, of Portsmouth.< received n lotter from Senator Swanron yester? day stating that he would speak In Portsmouth a few days after Glass has had his say-so Ir the town across the river. Penk for Iturnl Itetrrot. (Special to The Times-Dispatch, | Washington. D. C. Julv 25.?The Secretary of the Treasury has re? ceived an application to organize the First .National Bat h of P.ural Retreat. Va., capital $25.000. L. H. Shumate, Rural Itetrcat; A. P. Handrlcks, .!. S Etter. J. S. Drown and J. W. Bell are lnoorporalors. P. H. McO, Trustee's Sale OF A VALUABLE FARM EN ALB EM ARLE COUNTY. VA. In pursuance of a deed of trust dated the 10th day of August, 1901, from R. H. P. Carr to .Micajah Woods, trustee, recorded in the clerk's oiltce of the Circuit Court of Albemarle county, Va., in need Book 129. page 48, default having been made in tae payment of the debt therein secured, and at tho request of the personal representative of the creditor therein named, the un? dersigned substituted trustee will offer for sale at public auction. In front of the courthouse of Albemarle county. In the city of CharlottesvUle. at 12 M., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23. 1911. that valuable tract of land about one mile from ST?ny Point, In said county, containing 36S acres, more or less, being a sale in gross, on which land there is a ten-room dwelling, not yet completed, two modest tenement houses, stable*, granary and other buildings. A part of this property Is cleared, and the rest in valuable tim? ber: about 48 acres of nice branch land, and situated about four miles from the railway station, about two miles and a half from two churches, about a mile from the Stony Point High School. In an excellent neighbor? hood, with good roads. and well watered. This land Is gently rolling, machinery can_be used upon most of It. and about ISO "acres cleared. The soil is red and chocolate, and Is' well adapted to fruit, grass and crops usually grown In the Piedmont section of Virginia, and stock raising. This is an 'excellent opportunity to make a judicious Investment. TERMS: Cash, $1,500, and the bal? ance upon such terms as the said R. H. P. Carr shall make known on the day of sale, and upon his failure to make known such terms, the residue upon a credit of one, two and three years, secured by bond of the purchaser, containing a waiver of the homestead exemption, bearing Interest from date of sale, payable seml-annually, and upon failure to pay promptly any semi? annual Instalment of Interest, the whole of snld bonds to become due and payable, and secured by a deed of trust upon the property, and the purchaser to keep the property Insured as addi? tional security (pr the deferred pay? ments in the sum of not less than $700, or the purchaser, at his election, may pay all cash. For farther Information, apply to R. H. P. CARR. Stony Point, Va., or the undersigned. GEORGE GILMER. Substituted Trustee, Charlottesvllle. Va. July 19, 1911. ! VIA & PAGE. Auctioneers, Batesvllle, Va._ BjT R~ B thaffln & Co., InclT""^ Real Estate Auctioneers, No. IIIS East Main Street. COMMISSIONER'S AUCTION SALE OF DESIRABLE HOUSE AND LOT, NO. 4 23 GODDIN STREET, IN THE CITY OF RICHMOND. Acting under decree of the Amelia Circuit Court, dated March 29. 1911, in the cause of Baker et als. vs. Robinson et als., the undersigned special com? missioner, appointed for tho purpose, will sell by public auction, on the premises, on FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1911. at 6 P. M., the above mentioned house and lot. The lot fronts about 2% or 25 feet, and runs back to an alley. The house con? tains six rooms. The location is.'one of the best In the city for renting. TERMS: One-third cash, and the bal? ance in equal payments at six and twelve months, deferred payments to be evidenced by negotiable notes of the purchaser, with Interest from date of sale, and title retained until all of purchase money Ig paid and convey? ance ordered by the court. THOMAS R. HARD AWAY, Special Commissioner. The bond required to be glvn by tho foregoing decree has been executed with approved security. S. L FARRAR. Clerk. For Sale Or Exchange We are offering attractive building lots in the West End. All facilities, such as *yater, gas and sewor. Entire tract embraces about 407 feot, fronting good street. Will sell ns n whole or In part, or will exchange whole for Grace or Grove Avenue home or im? proved property in good location. Harrison 6c Bates 7 Nnrth Eleventh Street. JDibiiJEiib 0otkti. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY, live Per Cent. Adjustment Mortgage Oold Bonds, ThA fienil-anmial instalments of Interest on this Company's Adjustment Bonds, nmount 1ns to 2V1 I'or Cent. (*;.'..00). represented by Coupons .N'us. f> and 0 for $12.60 ouch, will ha paid on and after August I, 1911, at the of flca of Mrusts, nialr & Co.. No. 24 Broad Street, New York. Senhonrd Air Line Rnllivsy, By D, C. I'ORTKOUS, Secretary. New York, .luno Zi. 1911_ p?t7httf~?3f?t^m?rSi? PROTECTIVE PATENTS ''PROCURED promptly. Our books, "Tho Protec? tive Putcnt" nnd "Letters of Patent ? Success," sent on request. Personal . xscrvleo guaranteed. BEELER & ROBB. Patent and Trademark Law? yers. 220-323 McQill Bldg.. Washing ton. D C_ The Confederate Museum TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS. OPEN 9 A. M. TO 5 P. M. Admission. 25c PRICK ON SATURDAYS The Valentine Museum ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS; Opan dally from 10 A. M. to B P. M. Admission, 26a. Free on Saturdays* The Tete-a-fete Virginia Beach, Va. THE MISSES SHAW. Right on the ocean. Every conveni? ence and reasonable rates. Open unti October 1st. STKIBLINO SI'UIM.s. BIIEXANDOAll MOUNTAINS, VA. Sulphur, Alum and Chalybeate Waters. tU-opcnod by former owner, whos<* manage? ment Is known by many Richmond ree'dents to KUaranico excellence, Rates. 37 to 110. Conveyance from Stnunton. II, Jl.iO. accord? s'-,: to number. P. O. Mount Solon. Augusta county, Vs. F. CHICHESTER-_ OCEAN VIEW. Stop at the "Joflferson" Cottage. Only two minutes' walk from all amusement!.. Get off at Virginia Bay Station. Everything new. Hot and cold baths. Board. $1.30 day. $S to $10 per weok. Meals, 10 cents. Sea food meals a specialty. A. S. LAMBERT. ? Manager. Cat?lull iHountaina GLENWOOD HOTEL 31st season; accommodates 100; 5 miles from Catsklli Village: healthiest part of moun? tains; 318 acres; excellent table; modern Im? provements: largest piazzas In mountains; amusemants, billiards, bowling, music, danc? ing: Ij weekly upward; booklet. v. LJUAM CON. Catsklli. N. T. Atlantic Citj> JU?ort?^ THE NETHERL?ND New York Ave., SO Yards from Boardwalk. Overlooking liwn and ocoan. Centre of all attractions. Capaclt:. 400. Elevator. Private baths. Newly furnished throughout- Bath? ing from House, free use of ihower bath. Music In dining-room. Bates, 19, $10. $13.50. ?16. $17.50 up weekly; |3 up dslly. Booklet. AUGUST RUHWADEL. Prop. HOTEL SHOREI^aVT" Ocean end Virginia ave. A modern hotel with every convenience; elevator, private baths, etc. Open lawns allow plenty of light and air. Ideally located. Service and table the best. Rates $12.Co up weekly. Booklet. _W. B. COT'i EN. HOTEL WESTMONT Most attractive hotel, close to beach, new Casino and Sea Water Natntortum, with lawns. Capacity 300. Elevator, prlvato baths, etc.; sea water and tonic baths Special, $12.30 up weekly. Booklet. M. R. SOMEKS. Manager. Grand Atlantic Hotel VIRGINIA AVE., NEAR BEACH and Steel Pier. Open surroundings. Capnc Ity 500. Hot and cold sea water baths. Large rooms, southern exposure. Elevator to street level: flno porches, etc. Special. $12.50 up weekly; $2 50 up dally. Booklet. Coaches moc-t trains. COOPER & LEEDS. HOTEL IROQUOIS South Carolina Avenue and Beach. Capacity, 400. 100 ocesn-slde sunny rooms. Private baths, running water In rooms. Elevator. Music. White service. Special rates, $11 up weekly; 12.50 up dally. Booklet. W. F. SHAW. THE OGONTZ 135 South Tennessee Avenue. C. WILLING HARE. Rates, $10.00 to $15.00 Weekly. NEW BERKELEY Kentucky Ave. Boardwalk entrance. Central to all umusemcnte. Ocean view rooms. Pri? vat? bat ha FAIRBANKS A MACKENTIIUN. PDPP Guide of ATLANTIC CITY 1 Ii LL Handsomely Ulustrsted Official Hotel Street and Amusemeot Quid* Book, with ink pa. tide and H Ft timetables, etc. Edi? tion !lndt<-d. Write todsr. Inclose stamp. PUB? LIC SEKVICE ASSOCIATION.AllHutlo City,N.J. flTLANTlGCn>OFFlCIAbGUlDE M paces, 125 Illustrations. All attractions and Hie lead. Inn E .telsdfscrtbc,l.wlt!irates,cit> inaps.ne. Seniicc. starnn formMlinL- frVaCOPT. A. r. VRKK INVOR. MATION m 111: 4 1 II?' ins, Ml no tu? III, J. Only Official Guide. Beware of Imitations' _^caleti ^roposal?. SEALED PROPOSALS.' InT '"Tl'tlPLI cate. will be received in tills oillce until 11 o'clock A. M. MONDAY, Au? gust 21, 1911. and then publicly open? ed for the work of repairs to road? way at the Culpeper, Vu.. National Cemetery. Specifications can be hud on application to this office or from tho Superintendent. National Ceme? tery, Culpeper, Va. United States reserves right to reject any or all proposals. Envelopes containing pro? posals should bo marked "Proposals for i:< pairs to Roadway at Culpeper, Va.." and be addressed to H. L. PET TUS, Major and Quartermaster, U. S. Army. WashImrton, D. C._ BLACKS BURG MUNICIPAL B?n"oS for sale.?The Council of the town of Blacksburg, Va., will, until 12 o'clock, noon. AUGUST 2, 1911, re? ceive sealed bids for the jnle of twelve thousand dollars ($12,000) of the bonds of tho said town. Tho bonds aro In denomination of $100.Ou each, dated July II. 1911, and to run thirty years, with tho option of the town to redeem any or all of the said bonds after fifteen years, and to bear Interest at tho rate of 6 per cent, per annum. All bids are to bo eenled und addressed to tho un? dersigned. The right to reject any or all bids Is reserved. F. W. EHEART, Committee. iBankrupt 32onr.Es. NOTICE OF'"FIRST .MEETING OF CREDITORS. In the matter of ) No. 1016. IOTHY SULLIVAN, r In Bankrupt. ) Bunkruptry. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOP. THE EAST? ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA: To the creditors of TIMOTHY SUL? LIVAN, of tho county of Henrico and district aforesaid?Bankrupt: Notice, is hereby iilven that on the 21th day of July. A. D. 1911, the said TIMOTHY SULLIVAN was duly adjudicated iTankrupt, and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held In my office, Rooms Nob. B0 2 und 80S. American National Bank Build? ing, Ri'-hmond, Va., on the 7TH DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1911, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at which time the said creditors may attend, prcvo their claims, appoint a trustee, .,x atnlne the bankrupt, and transact sueh other business as may properly com? before said meeting. THOS. B SNEAD, Tleforce In Bankruptcy. July 25, 1911._ iSi??oiution if/otiifto. I HAVE SEVERED MY CONNECTION and retired from tho firm of E. K. Langhorne & Co., Mr. E. K. -ang horno succeeding to the numo and good will of tho flrm'.Tho copartner? ship was formed for the purpose of doing the following contract work on tho Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, as follows: At Reusens, Va., Abort Va., Gllmoros Mills, Va., Buchanan, Va? Basic City. Vn., and Fort Spring, W. Va. The said contracts having bocn completed in full and all obli? gations arising therefrom hnvmg been paid, therefore this notice. Any parties holding claims against tho said firm on account of tho said con? tracts must present them by maU within fifteen days to tho under? signed at Yunccy Mills, Va. F. IL HERRING. Kummer BKeaorta ItURAL BRIDGE; HOT;E FOR REST AND RECREATION Virginia's leading all-the-yeai .Moun ain Resort. Fine hotel. Write for book let and rates Address W. C-. HAMIL? TON, Manager CAPE VIEW COTTAGE, tluckror Helten. Va. Fifteen minutes' trolley ride to Chamberlln Hotel. Old Point. Va. Pish? ing, rowing. Sailing;, dancing every evenlnx. finest bathing beach on Chesa? peake Bay. Sea foods a specialty. Large, airy rooms. Spacious verandas. Excellent table board. Special rat?s to parties. For further Information, address t.'nptotn J, K. Foster, Cape View Cottage. Burkfno H?ach Va. Rockbridge Baths Hotel and Springs Home-like resort In mountains of Virginia. Delightful swimming pool. Terms moderate. Write for I ooklet. C. M. FRIEND. Manager, Rock'irlrtue Baths. \ a. BLUE RIDGE SPRINGS llntrtourt County, Vn. Booklet mailed on application to PHIL F. Bit OWN. Woman's College I ? Richmond, Va., Located In the beautiful, historic and culturod city of the South. Large and able faculties, trained In the best Universities and Conservatories of this country and Europe. Specialists tn their departments. S men, 16 wo? men. Carefully arranged courses of study lead to the degrees of B. Litt, B. A.. M. A. and B. Mus. Health re? cord remarkable. Accommodations tlrst class. Early application import? ant. Next seslon besinn September .Tth. Terms moderate for catalogue and nther Information, address JAMES NELSON, M. A.. LI, D.. President. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE ? ~n?a STUART McGUIRE. M.D., Prea. Medicine-Dentistry-Pharmacy 19th Session Opens September 12th. New building. New equipment. Eighty experienced teachers. Excellent clinical facilities. Modern laboratory methods. j^^^^^DesciTpliv^Catidogueonrequ^ Statesville Female College This College stands for a Thorough Education; tor Christian Influences; for Kind Supervision of Boarders; for Moderate Prices. Board and tuition, $152.00. Send for Catalogue and bo convinced. [Re7. J. A. Scott, D. D.f Pres STATESVILLE, N. O._ COLLEGE OK WILLIAM AND MARY, Wllllarushurg, Virginia. A college, modern in equipment und strong In educational efficiency, and yet the oldest .in the South and the equal of any Institution In America In richness of traditions; healthfully situated on ttve historic Peninsula on the C. & O. Ry. It offers: 1. Full Academic Courses leading to A, B-. B. S. and M. A. degrees. 2. Courses In Education to prepare teachers and superintendents for the ! public school system. Scholarships rep i resenting about one-quarter of the ex ? l enses may be secured through thu school superintendents by students pre ' paring to teach. 1 Total cost per session ranges from $145.00 to ?200.00. Write for Catalogue. Session opens ! September 21, 1911. j _IL_ L. BRIDGES, Registrar. ! RICHMOND ACADEMY, Itlchmoud, Va. Tenth session begins September IS. The Dean Is now at president's office. Richmond College. For catalogue, address WM. L. PRINCE, Dean. Phone Madison 2312-J. I \1838 il911 EDICAL COLLEGE MEDICINE. DENTISTRY. PHARMACY. Smenlj-rouith Stuicn bejlai Sept'll, IUI.' Eictllaat l.taul-'f tad olloleil fuUUlM.' ClmftU ulabriaa* Uilsg upturn mixlsru*. Wriu for C?i?lo?u? S OuMtopha- Toraplm* M. D. tkus, B?V?4 V? WhatlstheUse Having your money idl8 when wo o*S loan It *wt city real es tatet fire* morW gage, to Net You 6% No ootter security to be ha* Pollard & Bagby> ?-rr---: &2SH-29 hotels. The Guerrant. Main and Third Streets, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA American Plan. High class accom? modations, with best ot cuisine and service, at moderate prices. Cars at door to depot and all points of Interest. Terms Include meals. $2.00 to $3.50 per day. $10.00 to $1B.OO per week. J. w. hem,. Prop. THE JEFFERSON RICHMOND, VA. Coolest Refttmirant In the City. Club Breakfast a Specialty. Lobby Cnoled by Battery of Electric Fane. The most magnificent hotel In the South. Kuropcnn plan. Iloomi single and an aulta, with and without baths. Spacious sample rooms. Rate. 11.60 per day and upward. Richmond Training School for Kindergartners 1014 East Broad St., Richmond, Va. Re? opens SeptemU'-T St, 131L Two years' course In Kindergarten theory and practicta. Post graduato work and spe? cial classes open to other teachers. For further particulars addreaa LUCY 8. COLE MAN. Principal, Bucknor, Vsi RIDGE INSTITUTE ? FOR BOTS. 601k Tsar. Prepares for College, for Bullaen, for Life. A haslthful ?Uiioipbaia parridal Hill Kbool. Firm, Chrlrt an lr.Sa.or??. Me?l phyilcM anii roanent. OoS'i Country"?la la. foolhllli ot th? Bias lUdfa Hconlalni. Ulfb Itaadarda ot ?cbolar.blp. H"ti.-r .j.Uci and rtordr prlnclpt?! ot ?m,n.-M saaakood lattlll.4. Alhiatlc, anoaiir and. iBtattlfaMlkllMhoolbaforadKldlcfwhar* to aaod saat boy. Hoo-d.uorain.tocl. I. I.iM.I. HUT. rrtsd?l.! liY it ??? Dtp, N. C An old, strongly endowed College with Stan* dard entrance requirements whose degree* are , accepted at full value by the leading universities of America. Through courses In Liberal Arts lead to degrees of B. A., B. B. and M. A., and In Law to degree of LL. B. Character building la,emphasised, and the Faculty does not permit the Individual to bo lost in the crowd. Modern, sanitary dormitories with good boarding facilities. Equipment of every depart la first class. Expenses are moderate. Pot catalogue and Information, address: President F. W. BOAT WRIGHT, RICHMOND. VA. McGuire's University School, OPP. MONROE PARK. RICHMOND VA. FORTY-SEVENTH SESSION begins Sep. tember IS- Thorough preparation for uni? versity, college, technical school, U. 3. Navel and Military Academies. Primary-' depart? ment for small boya. with separate Instruc? tors, study-hall, and recitation rooms. The Principal will be at 7 N Relvldere St. after Bepl. I. For full Information sea catalogs* at book stores, or by mall. JOHN P. M'OIIIRF,. Principal Stuart Avenue and Sheppard Street, Richmond, Va. Opens in September OFFERS (11 Four Years Academic Course. Prepares for College. Fits for Business. (2) Moral Training a Special Aim. (3) Military Training. RT. REV. LEO HAID, President. MILITARY jm SCH O O L OXFORD, N. 0. For over CO years this school hui trained yourjl men to ba of stronsr body, scttva minds and high idenla. Chirac tor first here. Our graduates are our best rocommondstlon. Our location is raroirkaula for healthfalnasa, natural boauty and freedom from bad influonoee. While the d-.f clpllr.o is military, a strong* home atmosphere prevails. Evory hoy receives Individual attention. Il.a'.thy athletica ?ncouragad. This school is eodjrsad by Oovernor Kitehen. Ex.Oovertier Olonn, En-Congressman Skinner, Gin. Julian S. Can-. Chief Justice Walter Churk North Carolir.a. For handsome catalog, srrito COL. J. C. HORNER. OUerd, N. C.