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After Sept 15th, Positively No More Lots Will Be ?|N
Given With Shares of Stock in Otterburn Lithia Springs Hotel The Reason: Phenomenal Success of the Hotel The opening day in June marked it as a popular success. Since then guests from all parts of the State have filled its rooms. It has been steadily making money?PROFITS?for its stockholders who purchased shares and secured deeds to building lots. To-Day the Hotel Is Filled With Pleased Guests If you have hesitated?if you have waited to KNOW--to SEE for yourself, NOW is the time to secure your share of stock and FREE LOT, because the choice ones will go rapidly. We positively announce that NOT ANOTHER FREE LOT WILL BE GIVEN AWAY WITH SHARES AFTER SEPT. I 5th. After that date lots will be $1 00.00 and shares of stock $100.00 each. Read Again the Plan and the Offer We* Make You Below THE PLAN OF PROFIT The property is incorporated for $35,000. This sum is divided into 350 shares of the par value of $100 each. Already the majority of this stock has been purchased by leading business men of Richmond and other parts of Virginia. The remaining shares (the number is limited) are offered for sale at par value of $100 each. All shares of stock non-assessable. A BUILDING LOT FREE In addition to the shares of stock, which will pay the purchaser handsomely, every share of stock entitles the purchaser thereof to a FREE Building Lot. The lot may be chosen from among the remaining lots around the hotel. These lots are ideal for building a cottage or bungalow, and are within themselves worth even more than the price of the share of stock. Thus each investment is doubly safe. Read What Mr. W. L. T. Rogerson, 2d Vice-President of The Life Insurance Company of Virginia Says About Otterburn Springs Hotel Life Insurance Company of Virginia, Organized 1871, Home Office, Richmond, Va.,July 28, 1911. You are giving the people who patronize Messrs. Ruehrmund & Bowles, 729 East Main Street, city: Gentlemen",?Otterburn Springs is a great summer resort, the place everything they could secure. The hotel is first-class, the water the bestTof its kind, and the location an ideal one. As the years go by the place will attract people from all parts of the countrv, and the attendance is bound to be large. Yours trulv, \V. L. T. ROGERSON. What One of Richmond's Leading Physician's Says B. L. Hillsman, M. D., 1600 Park Avenue. Hours: 8 to 11, 3 to 4, 7 to 8. Richmond, Va., July 27, 1911. Messrs. Ruehrmund & Bowles, Agents, city: Gentlemen,?That Otterburn Springs is doing itself proud and making good in every way is proved by the large and increasing number of guests who are enthusiastic in their praise of the excellent management and delightful surroundings of the place. One may here enjoy the benefits of the famous Otterburn Springs Lithia and Magnesia Water and be surrounded by every modern convenience that makes for comfort and pleasure. To my mind the property has a great future. Very truly yours, B. L. HILLSMAN, M. D. AN IDEAL PLACE FOR A SUMMER HOME Otterburn Springs is an ideal location for locating a summer cottage or bungalow. Here one may be surrounded by the most beautiful scenery, delightful social life and comparative qbie.t or gaiety, as may be desired. The four trains daily each way over the Southern Railway to Richmond offer quick transportation, while the fare, when commutation ticket is used, is but 14 cents a trip. The hotel is under popular and efficient management, and will pay larger and larger dividends yearly. THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS WELL KNOWN The officers and directors of The Otterburn Corporation are all well and favorably known busi? ness men. They give the property their close personal attention, thus guaranteeing best results. All those who have purchased shares and secured lots are good people and will make desirable friends. If you want to invest a little money that will be safe and pay big profits, this is your opportunity The terms are easy?$25 starts you; balance easy monthly payments. Again We Repeat That No Lots Will Be Given Away With Shares of Stock After Sept. 15, 1911. Act Now! ADDRESS OR SEE i, Sales Agents Long Distance Phone, Madison 6007. 14 N. Eighth Street, Richmond, Va. CUT OUT?FILL IN?MAIL Ruehrmund & Bowles, Agents, Richmond, Va.: Gentlemen,?Please send me full information about the investment and free building lot at OTTERBURN SPRINGS. Name. Address. PROGRAM PREPARED FOR STATE FARMERS' ANNUAL INSTITUTE Following its u?uai custom of Itin? eracy, the Virginia State Farmers' In? stitute will hold its annual session In fitjjunton. Va.. on August !>. 10 and 11. Following is tti'- complete program: Wednesday, August t?. MQfnln? session s - '".ill to order hy the president . Invocstlon, Rev. a m Fr?ser, D. D.. Addr*-;-1- -,f welcome, Hon. H. H. Wayt. Mayor;, the prosl <jrnt'.? annual address (Westmoreland y>;30?Discussion of president'! ad Original Fanner Paint & Oil Co. 1417 and 1419 East Main, Richmond. Va. present I? Invited lo participate in iMs ?nd all other dls i iis&lonti) II d ?!te.<ults f>t recent experiment.* hi the Virginia Experiment Station. 1" a \Vi*r"leteheri director; discussion. 12:16?Adjourn for lunch. Afternoon session: J:00? "Cattle Feeding rind i'.f<-f production/' Pro (essot Herbert w. Mutnford. University nt Illinois (Professor Mumford i" on' n( tii<: foremost authorities in the I world on this, j-uhje? t i Discussion, j 3:00?"Alfalfa: How to Grow It..' Professor .: M Westgote, alfalfa <:x pert. United States Department 'if Ag ! rlculture; dlsoussion. ; 00 "Controlling lnnerti injurloiti I to I lay. l irnin, and Other Field Crops," professor E. A Back, entomologist, Virginia Experiment! Station; discus j t "Controlling, the Diseases of Hn>. Or.?ln. iiii<1 Other Field Crops/' I Professor ii s. i:ee<i plant pathologist, Vlrsintr. Experiment Station, din mr. I blon. 5.10?Adjourn for Slipper, eiiKbt sunslon. &.U0?"Agricultural Possibilities in Virginia," CJovernor William Hodges Mann. ? 30?"Farm Demonstration Work," Bradford Knapp, chief of demonstra? tion work, United .States Department Of A grlruifure. 9:00?"Advantages of Demonstration Work." T '?. Sandy, State agent. !<:.n> ? "Experience of Demonstra I tors," loc a Turner, Roanoke county, : and i>r. Mortx, Alhemarle county. j 10:00?"Boys' Corn Club,'* Harry | m .Ii, Staunton, and Karl Spitzer.; 1 <; rot toes. Morning session: J>:30??The Right Us? of Lime oh Bind," Professor Aiva | Agee, Pennsylvania Agriculture Col- I ? \<tri- dlscussidn, j 10:15?"Humus," Dr. William C.\ IStubbs, thirty years director of i/>uisl '1 buradaj. ana Experiment Stations; discussion. 11:80 ? "Growing Irish Potatoes," Professor T. C. Johnson, director Vir? ginia Truck Station; discussion. 12:30?Adjourn for lunch. Afternoon hokbIou: 2:00?"What Is the Greatest Obstacle to Successful .'?'arming, and How to Overcome It?" (Ten minute addresses.) lion. Rosewell Rage, Heaver Darn; W. E. Hathaway, White Stone; .lames Bellwood, .Man cheater: lion. J. H, C, Beverley. i Chance; Hon. Julian Ruffln. Old . Church; Captain J. Brad Beverley, The Plains; L. D. Kline. Richmond. Dis? cussion. 8:30?"Pure Bred Sires." Dr. N. B, Mayo, animal husbandman, Virginia Experiment Station; discussion. 4:30?"Dairying in Virginia," Pro? fessor W. D. Saunders, Dairy and Food -^ WE HAVE RECEIVED Two Car Loads New Mantels and <*<? rail attention ?' those contemplating building or making improve? ments in their homes to our VARIED STOCK OF MANTELS. We can quote you special low prices and guarantee you satisfaction. Estimates ? h< f-rfully furnished. No job too large. None too small. G. F. Gerhardt & Sons Mantels, Tillnft, Plumbinft and Gas Fitting, 505 Eaat Main Street. Phone Madison 216J-L. Commissioner; discussion. 5:30?Adjourn for supper. Night?The Institute Is cordially In? vited to nttend a "smoker and a con? cert by the ??Stonewall" Dand nt Gyp? sy Hill Park at 8:30 o'clock. Street car transportat.on will bo provided. Frldny. 9:30?"Sheep: Summer ?Cnre or tin Flock," Dr. Ii. B. Arbuckle; discussion 10:30?"Co-r,pprRtlon Among Farm? ers." Dr. .lohn Ix>e Coulter, United Stutes Department of Commerce and Labor; discussion. 11:30?Business session: election of directors; adjournment. TOBACCO DOTES: MARKETS OPENING The South Carolina leaf tobacco, markets have commenced business and the farmers who grow the bright weed In that State, are bringing the new crop to the warehouses In Tlmmons Vlllei Klngstree, Lake City, Florence and other markets quite rapidly. From nil of these mnrkets come reports oi considerable activity and prices are ranging much higher than they did at the oponlng of the last tohacco sea? son, due no doubt to the shortness of the South Carolina crop, which has been cut In half by dry weather and other unfavorable conditions. It -Is estimated that all of the markets 1n South Carolina will not sell over 10, 000,000 pounds this year. Some of the markets in Rastern North Carolina have also had good sales of the new crop and that section too has stiffored from drought to an extent that has curtailed the crop at least .10 per cent. From all parts of Virginia come reports of continued dry weather and the shortening of the tobacco crop of 1911. From the sun-cured counties the reports are very gloomy and It is certain that the growers of the weed will not make anything like the crop they expected. However, It must be said that they expected to make much more of the sun-cured weed thin year than they did lost yonr, to meet the Increased demand for 'this type of to? bacco. If theie are good seasons from now on and there shall be a late fall the number of pounds made this year may possibly be as great ns lust year, but then the land was prepared for .1 much larger crop. The leaf tobacco business oh all of tue Vllrglnla markets was conllned the past week In trading among the deal? ers In package goods, there being i:o loose leaf, sales In nny of them. Soijvi of the Virginia loose leaf mnrkets will open up the first week In August with small sales of primings and low lugs. R. H. Bosher's Sons 15 SOUTH NINTH STREET Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys of all Kinds All Kinds of Repainting and Repairing. We do the Finest Automobile Painting and Repair Auto Tops, Springs, Wheels, Etc.