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CltEATEST WANT ANI> It KAI, ES? TATE MEUIl'M IN VIHGIMA, AND ONE Of THIS BEST IN AM Kit I CA. Want Ad Rates In Effect June 11, U1L Dally, one etut per vtord wuco paid | In advance. Nu Ad. tukcu (or less than ten cente. One oud oue>bal( ccuta u noe? all 1 claa?IAvutIoua except Sltuatluu Wauted lor Sunday. Situation Wanted uae cent ? vturd. No Ad. Sunday tukcu lur leaa tlinu nftecu eenta. Nu Ada. tukcu (ur lean du n tuenty- j live ceiila tvlicu puoucd lu ur ckurifed at ilie counter. Pirniic orderet uut suamniced. CluaalUculiuu uut vuutsuletd alter ilillU P. .it, Kur nualucaa contracts aend lur the Wuut Ad. Hau; utiun* lliiarnn l -, HJioi (Uli) Jf UUUU. STRAYED To my PLACE. ONE SMALL ted cow, j. <j. SCMUKM, ivuirymau, LOST, TUESDAY, u:\ Ui'.OAU STREET, j peculiar a'iver belt bucKie; reu, Kruen i ana enameled, Reward u returned to 305 Labi Grace Street. LOST, SATUHDA V. july if, BLACK leather pocketbook, containing about in Caan ana very vaiuaoiu pupoi'?. 1-iituur wni ruiutii pOCKeipoott s%itu papers aim aec^ tue cajih. Return o.' mail tu j. T. Tc.Rl.ELL. Doswell, '.a. LuoT, TWO KEYS AND BUTTON bouK attauUed to aim chain, be? tween Seventh and i v. ctity-nf th un ? Main. Cull at Uu'J? East Gary, or ' pnont, Madiuou No. 410. LgSt7 a DIAMOND' ORESCENT ~P1N. ! Liberal reward If returned to L. BYCLE, iO'JT Monument Ave. Madl aon Kiiia-L. fVJtiu VActuiLlo. JTvUiU ASSISTANT REGISTERED. PHARMA eist wunted: good position, auaruuii _P. O. liox 12?. Lawreiicevllle. Va. | .?WANTED. A YOUNG MAN STENOG- : raphcr and otllue absislaiil, niual be thorough ami accurate; give expe? rience and salary expected; gouu po- I silion lor the right parly. Adurcas D lai. care TJmea-Dlipatch._! WANTED. I'OK U. ?. Altai Y. AULE bodied, unmarried men, between ages , of eighteen and thirty-five; Citizens' ; of United States; of good character I and temperate iiaolis. Who can ?peak, < read and wrlto the English language. For information to Kccrulting Officer, i'tO B. Uroad at.. Hluhmond, or 151 N. Sycamore .St.. Petcrauurg. Va. $37.50?LIFE !TCH"?L?R"sHrpS FOR bhorthand, typewriting, English and spelling; summer rales close August 16. Telephone, call or write for par? ticulars. MASSEY BUSINE88 COL LEGE._ Y*?u ARE WANTED FOR GOVERN uicnt position. 6bo mouth. Send pos? tal for list of positions open/ FRANKLIN INSTITUTE. Dept. 413 H. Rochester. N. Y._ WANTED* MACHINIST TO LEARN the automobile repair business; In? structions by experts; night and day classes, fully equipped shop. Call or writs. RICHMOND AUTO SCHOOL. HI W. Uroad Street. Madison U511. "WANTED. CLERKS BY ?. S. GOV- ; eriinieiu. Richmond examination Sep tember lij preparation free. FRANK-j UN INSTITUTE, Dept. 41S h. Rochester. N. Y._I \. STED. IMMEDIATELY. A THOR* ouijhly competent stenographer. Stata salary expected. Give references and what experience you have had. P. ?. , .Ulla U_UlUU U. JVliUt. \. ? . , ED *POS H ION A B 'sawyer'or 'thill foreman. Address w, ?15 E. Federal Street. Phono Madison . -1 i - L._ ? lRD-working young man or good address and education wants : luatlon; long experience In groceiy l.ualneas und clerical work. Address K 117. care Times-Dispatch. w?NTHD, BY YOUNO man WITH college and business education, a 1 clerical position where there is chance for promotion; Al references furnished as to character, habits and ability. k 10 1. care Times-Dlnpatch. . Wanted, a'^coloiied" woman to assist with cooking and housework. Apply 26U2 Park Avenue, between 9 and 11 a. M._ WANTED EXPERIENCED young lady stenographer. State in letter of application your experience and sal? ary expected. A 53, care Times _ Dispatch._. 137.50?-LIFE SCHOLARSHIPS ? for bookkeoniig, arithmetic, penmanship, business law, rapid calculations, cor? respondence and banking. Summer rates close August 15. Send for cat? alogue. MAS.sey BUSINESS col? LEGE_ Wanted, an experienced ste nographer. Answer, giving experi? ence, referenoe and salary expected. ; k 114, care Times-Dispatch. ftttuationg WUmtto; Stwate ,W~""n t"j~5dT~pobTt n by experi'encT ed, middle-aged, white woman, us companion and nurso to Invalid; Al ! references. No objection to leaving city. K 130, care Tirnes-Dlapatoh._ .Washing to do "at 1321 mo?rb' Street. Satisfaction gua ran teed. . Jlu'Fion rates reduced s's^per' ccnu until August 15 only. Book- | kooplng. shorthand and typewriting-: thoroughly taught. Send for a cata? logue to-day. MASSEY BUSINESS colleob,_ it pays to DO SUBSTITUTE STEN ographlc work during the vocation season; for evidence call at the Rem? ington Typewriter Employment De? partment and see the positions now open. Address cog E. Main. Phono Madison 851._ t*eX6he"rs'*\Vanted for falVva cancJcs in Virginia and Southern ? States; schools supplied free. Satis? faction guaranteed. r. w. CRIDLIN. Manager Virginia Teachers' Bureau, Manchester. Richmond. Va ~~ Situations* cok?tetnnaL. \ AN E"?tf?X"rA~>R"^^ cessful experience dcelrcs position in on established school; Latin, Greek, French, English, literature, history, j mathematics; highest testimonials. Address Box 4, Esmont, Va._ TEACH ER OF MUCH SUCCESSFUL experience desires position; teaches English, stenography, drawing, pett munship, elenumtury music and Lat? in; highest testimonials; references. MISS WILSON, Routo 1, Box 63, On tarlo, Va._ WANTED, BY a TEACHER OF Ex? perience, position to teach in private family; public school branches; ref? erences exchanged. Address box 3u, R. f. d. No. 1, Broadrtin, Va. tV ANTE d, BY AN EXPERIENCED teachor. a position in a private fam? ily; teaches English, mathomatlca, Latin and muslo; reference. Address MISS lt.. care Postmaster, Trevllian, Loulaa Co., Va._j__^ peabody STUDENT desires posi tlon as teacher of piano in school or private; roforoncojs exchangod. T> 169. care Tlmas-Dlspatch._ ? iBoar? W&nntfa ~ ^ BY OIC^n'tI.e'mANLY "young 'Man . IN a private family; walking distance ? from Mutual BulldlnR*. have nn bad habit h; moderate rates; references. a 137, care Tlmcs-Dlapalch. ftoUcttors ano Salesmen. \ man for confectionery lino; must bo! sober, energetic und reliable. D, 190, care Times-Dispatch_| WANTED, GOOD SALESMAN KOK upholstered furniture to cover Vir? ginia; other territory If wanted: good commission Address D 'I'll, care Times-Dispatch._ ivocmi? tcr iktat. two 'LARO'eV FU'rViSIJeD. C'ON-' muting rooms ut 322 Earn Franklin. Monroe l?vU._ nicely Furnished rooms, with or without board. 71S East Marshall Street._ PLEASANT FRONT ROOM FOR RENT. 14 North Si.Mli Street. south* Till 11D---FU1 :N 1SHED FRONT room; nil conveniences. Cull Madi? son 2S2!i-J._ SEPTEMBER L TH RE E LARGE! bright, second-lloor, unfurnished rooms. m2 West Grace. :v tais -irtir sum. K>VVER Fl.AT, T*41 FAit K"? V enue: six rooms: hot water heal; modern In every way; open locution. Apply 2242 A Park Ave., or pu ;.e Muuisom 77ti'j-J or CiJo.', &Uitimt? JOtoar?ing;. thI-Tsaint'TTo?l? coffaob. 6cean Vlow, opposite Virginia Bay Statioi.; baihliiK. boating und Ilshlrig; I.nute comforts; Bpo?lal rules to families or parlies; meals and boarding. E. J. Bradley, proprietor._ WANTED. SUMMER hoarders; large brick house, shady yard, cool rooms, bath room with hot and cold water. Address WM. R. ALLEN, Bu? chanan, Va. ST ck rolT b e? cii.' v a.?s.v vTri f cot - tage; on the beach fron"., all modern conveniences. Send for ?.Ircjlar. References exchangoi CHAS, R. SAY RE. n<Jckro<- Bea-h. Va. ^OUt?lll?. ?C^ARDERS WANTED"" at 317' EAST 1- ranklin Street. MISS PALMORE. BOARD El IS W ANTE D; I.A. ROB AN D small rooms; bath and phone; ail conveniences, North Fifth. ?CC?T?NTlT 'WANTED FOR LARGE, extra nicely furniohed room, south? ern exposure; combination lights; phone; With board. Apply 3 East Franklin. BOARDERS FOr3esTrarLE R??mY. also tablu boarders. 209 East Grace. BEAUTIFUL LARGE ?nd SMALL rooms: transient or permanent. 103 K:,at Grace._ ?veat <^>?tat2 ioj^0ie7J FOR SALlT' "tlKAtmr UL ' ^AAfElti front hoinu. j-ll modern conveniences, overlooking Fortress Monroe. Hamp? ton Roaus; boating, battling, nsmng. lurge i.iv I., nhade trees; two minutes' WSlk to cur. For further Information address S. Ii. W.. care l'odlmasler. UueKroe. Va. FOR SALE, ~$2,SO0?PLEAS ANf HOME In Albeinurle county, Va., nenr mont Station and "Grotn Mountain 1 clubhouso. tine neighborhood. pretty house; H acres land. Address -'. ;^-.s SHAW, 400 W, Westover Ave . Noi folk, Vo._ FOR bale. COUNTRY HOME AND dairy farm; thirty-six miles from Richmond: 1 1-2 tnlies of Amelia, one-half mile of Itaal stop; 244 acres; well watered and fenced; good sod of tjras;-; good Umber; seven room houae; nice snade; most health? ful location; consumption rarely oc? curs In ihc county. Owner, JOHN G. JEFFERSON. Amelia Courthouse, Va. WEST FRANKLIN STREET HOME, near Jefferson Hotel, with large, sunny rooms; two bathrooms; cool In summer; easily heated in winter; a charming home for large family. Address P. O. Box 21''>. Rlclimo:id, Va. WIIV pay RENT WHEN VOU CAN own your own homo at a monthly payment less thun rent? We will build "or buy you a home or pav oft the mortgage, and allow you to return saint at the rate of $7.30 per month for each $1.000. together with & p?r cent, simple Interest For information addr> ss B. a. RICHARD? SON. jr.. District ManuKer. No. 40i American National Ban.c B?ndln*. Rich n.or.d. Va._ FOR SALE, A SMALL FA I'M ON Seven Pines Road, about one mile from Richmond, 10 or 12 acres. Ap? ply to e J. DIETRICH. 2701 East Main Street. ?eal estate loriunt._ FOR RENT*7 AT "OCEAN VIEW. VA.. two furnished cottages, four rooms each. Apply to C. R. SANDERSON, Canersvllie. Va., or MRS. E. T. wist. Ocean View, Va._ FOR RENT, REPAIRING SHOE SHOP, d"? West Cary street. five new and modern houses, ?230 to 223s Park Avenue: y rooms; hot water heat Apply 2212 a ivrk Avenue, or phone, Madison 7760-J or 6605, .Notices. TAKE^'OTTCE: XQT^P ARTIES In? debted to the estate of Mrs. Surah A. Edden?, deceused. will come for? ward and pay same to us, and oil parlies having claims against her estate will present same to us for payment, WM. L EDDINS, STEPHEN T. EDDINS, Executors. EXECUTORS' NOTICE.?THIS COIL pany having qualified as executor of the estate of William Joseph Ander? son, deceased, ull persons having claims against said estate are re quested i<> present them, and those indebted to the estate will please make payment. VIRGINIA TRUST COMPANY, Executor of William Joseph Ander son._ WE WILL GIVE $100 FOR ANY af fectlon of the eye, car, nose or throat we fall to Improve. HILLCRES'f sanatorium, Second and Franicln Streets._ a $3,000 stock OF NEW PATTERNS In negligee shirts must be be sold at cost. This stock Includes palterns which will please tho most fastid ? ious of men, Also a good selection of straw hats at and below cost. m. H. GARNE TT, Eighth and Main. W A N ted, THE FUtlLIC TO KNOW that JAHNKE BROS. Jewelers, ?l3 East Main Street, buy, sell, exchange end REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THE LATEST STYLES, Old gold and Kil? ver always takon In wvpnanse._ \ SPECIAL FOR LADIES.?H. LEWIS, THE MOST POPULAR LADIES TAILOR IN THE CITY. WILL RE? MOVE FROM 202 N. FIRST STREET TO 303 W. GR.'-CB, ON AUGUST 6. IN THE MEANTIME WILL TAKE ORDERS FOR SUITS AT REDUCED RATES AT 202 N. FIRST STREET. HUMAN HAI" BOUGHT AND SOLD _nt HUOHKS'S. 209 Nor'h Third ForT^i^ir^o^T^^usEr^u ll- blood^ ed Swiss hull. NOAH MESSER 8mith, Horseshoe Farm, Tunstall. Va._ FOR SALE, ONE JERSEY COW AND calf, in strictly ilrst-class condition WM. SCHOAF, on Lndy'a Mllo Rond, Route 4. Richmond, Va._ FOR SALE, SCOTCH COLLIE pups. E. Q. VERM1LLERA, Atlcc, Va._ WANTED, 1,000 LEGHORN PULLETS, weighing from one and a half pounds to two and a half pounds, in lots of from 20 upwards. Will pay a Small advance over market price. Write, stating tho number you have and their ages, whethor white or brown. Address MANAGER GLEN ARVON FARM. Stearnos. Va, I DAILY PUZZLES ~fir\H FOR EMM?T) What Jewel? A.\SWi;it T'- VKSTR'iD.lfS P1ZZU5. Robollok. ? v?iX'a elk roller mill f?r^sale. j Located at 8mlthlleld, n. c . In the I midst of a wheat grooving section; five stund. 75-barrel capacity; nlso a vuluuble corn mill Connected: power buHicltnt to udd other facilities; i everything complete The entire pro 1 duct Is in high favor with the pub? lic. Will sell nt a sacrliico. Easy i terms. Huh b> <-n used less than threa years Reason for selling, owners have other pre* ' g duties, unable to glvo the need-id attention. Address BMITHFIELD ROLLER mill co.. i SmithtU-ld. n. c._ I "ICE CREAMS." all flavors AND styles. winston's. Phone aladlson FOR SALE, HANDSOME ELECTRIC victoria. Phone Mtt'dUon 5373. FOR SALE. SECOND-HANXJ BRICK8. corner Ninth and Main. GEORGE A. _MILLER CO. LUMBER, ALL_KLVDS. FC^~'bUILD^ ings and firewood. G. E. GL'VEK _n a TOR,_idlew?od Park, PIANO BARGAINS CAN BE FOUND at 121 Eu.-t Uroud Street; all the b'-st make*; easy weekly or monthlv pay? ments. Send for list of high-grade Used pianos. THE CRAFTS PIANO _CO . 121 East Broad Street. FOR SALE. McCASKE Y " ACCOUNT register computing scale, nearly new _Ijz ruain. Box _-j)lL_Clli\ FORTY MIRRORS, 42x!To H^IIFi cheap. G. E. GUVERNATOR. Idle wood Park. |SBC O N D-HA.D. ^-HORSEPOWER traction ensine, boilers, enginus all ,:"-,s and styles; bc-ltinv (new ' ;> nU used), hangers, shafting, pullers wood working and other machlne'ry of every description; condition guar? anteed. I. BLUFORD & CO., 1638 1542 E. Cary Street._ DYNAMOS, BOILER. SLOT MACHINES and ell amusements, cheap G E ! GUVERNATOR. Idlewood Park. STEAM HEATING PLANT COMPLETE with boiler and radiators good as j J^R.-rFORD^-'cq" W"g0" S?ai** .CHEAP, ALL KINDS of ?ECOND nand mechanical tools. Apply jef PERSON LOAN OFFICE. 1706 East Main Street. i STRUCTURAL IRON. STEEL AND i plPf of every description cut to order. I CLARENCE CuSBV, 1523 East cary . Street; Richmond. Va. r> I FI,?,?jV.00D' 50 CENTS A LOAD. G. E. I OOVERNATOR, Idlewood Park. , WANTED TO SELL ONE BARK MILL, i with pulleys and shafting, complete' two sets corn burrs, with pulleys urd shafting, complete; one boiler and engine, 10C horsepower oach For particulars apply to FARMERS' CO? OPERATIVE GUANO CO., Black stone. Va. GRAPH O Pi (ONES?COLUMBIA GR?T phophoncs with fifty records. $30; a bargain; cash or credit; docble-disc records. 60c; repairs. TALKING MA? CHINE CO. 701 East Main. BUY YOUR VEHICLE WHERE QL'AL lty is cyident in every particular. We carry u full lino of up-to-dato vehicles ot all kinds. Your patron? age solicited. A. MEYER'S SONS. 7..1 East Cary Street._ n'??SE CLEANING. MATTING-LAYING, WAXING AND staining floors, windows washed. Satisfaction guaranteed. WILLIAM JOHNSON. Monroe 3120._ TENTS AND AWNINGS. KEEP COOL; SLEEP IN A TENT. WE make them ^ly *-lze. prices reason uble. H. E. COPELAND CO, INC. Awnings, Tents and Flags. Ihone Mudlson 2576. GARDEN HOSE. ~" GARDEN HOSE, AT WHOLESALE prices to the consumer. 10,0.00 feet on hand at price from be. to 15a Also a complete line of sprinklers nozzles and garden tools, if y0u can't find it go to M'GRAW'S 1440 42 East Main Street SHOE REPAIRING 75c HALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES. 60c ladles,: every pair sewed; best leath? er; no nails, no pegs. Royal rub? ber heels, 26c; Tred-Alr rubber heels. 40c; leather heels rebuilt like new 25c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. 716 East Main. Phone ? Monroe 8681._ j " ANTIQUES ; ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE. Furniture repaired, polished and packed; unholsterlng, etc. L N. AR NALL & SON, 31SS Brook Ave. 'Phono Madison 6277._ CHFtBORAZO SHOES. WANTED, BUYERS FOR LADIES' velvet pumps, the latest styles, $2.50 und $3. J. R. GOODE & SON. WANTED, YOU TO KNOW WE HAVE tho celebrated Chlmborazo shoe In Oxford, latest styles and toes, patent leathers, viel und tans, $3.50 and $4 J. R. GOODE & SON. Fifteenth and Main._ FINE UNHOVSTErUNO AND MAT? TRESSES. FURNITURE REPAIRED AND UP holntcrod: mattresses made, over like new: furniture and china packed and shipped. JACOB UMLAUF. Phono 321)2_ UPHOLSTERING AND MATTRESSES PARLOR SUITS. COUCHES AND ODD pieces rcupnuistorcd. Mnttresses renovated neatly. Sanitary methods; ? Reliable work. SYDNOR & HUND I LEY. 711 'East Broad. Madison 3204 I CLEANING AND~PRE~SsTngT CALL LA TOUCHE'3. MONROE 2419. when you want high-class cleaning. pressing, etc. 6 South Second Stre-u. "~' ANTIQUES. YOU CAN GET GENUINE ANTIQUE furnituro at C. E. LYDA's: also an? tiques and other furniture repaired, polished and finished. Antiques bought. 19_West Main Street _35Hantco. WANTED. ". S'ECOND.HAND STEEL water towir. not less than thirty feet high, and carry tank of not less than 1,600 gallons. Address J 977 care Times-Dlsoatch. SECOND-HAND MACHINERY ?T of every descrlptlrn bought at full value. CLARENCE COSBY. 1523 E Cary Sr. ' Phone '(adlaon 8631. W a NT ED. TO BTJX KuntASU. mouse hold goods In any quantity. Phon* Madison 3861. WANTED. TO BUY GRIST MILL CON venlont to Richmond. Give full par? ticulars. K 121, caro Tlmes-Dlspatch. Stuart Avenue and Sheppard Street, Richmond. Vn. Opens in September OFFERS Four Years Academic Course. Prepares for College. Kits for Business. Moral Training a Special Vim. Military Training. RT. RKV. LKO HAID. President. Descriptive Catalogue mny bo had of Itev. K. Edwards. 3!? K. Marshal! St. Rev. K. Charit?. South Richmond. Rev. r. Jerome, cathedral I'iaco. gati The South Carolina Presbyterian College for Women Owned and controlled by the Prrhbyterie* of the Synod. Christian Influences and Homelike ^Surroundings. High Standards and Thorough Courses. \ College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Conscrrutory of Music. Schools of Art, Expression and Business. Large and able faculty. Beautiful grounds. Elegant buildings. Modern conveniences. Healthful I climate Location in Piedmont section. Charge* low and terms liberal. A GOOD SCHOOL IN WHICH TO EDUCATE YOUR DAUGHTER. For catalogue and information, addros ' REV. S. C. BYRD. D. D., President,.Greenville. S. C. For over 60 years this school has trained young men to bo of strong bedy, activa minds and high ideals. Character first hero. Our graduates era our best recommendation. Our locution is remarkable for healthfulnesi. natural beauty and freedom from bad influences. While the discipline Is military. ? Strong home alm'-iphere prevails. Every boy receives individual attention. Ucaithy athletics encouraged. This school is endorsed by Governor Kitchen. Ex-Govornor Glenn, Ex-Congressman Skinner, Gen. Juhan S. Carr, Chief Justice Walter Clark North Carolina. For handsome catalog, writs COL. J. C. HORNER, Oxford, N. C. Ha*a?HnHHI UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE ? v~da STUART McOUIRB.M.D., Pres. ? Medicine-Dentistry-Pharmacy 19th Session Opens September 12th. New building. New equipment. Eighty experienced teachers. Excellent clinical facilities. Modern laboratory methods. Descriptive Catalogue on request. McGuire's University School, OI'P. MONROE PARK. RICHMOND VA. FORTY-SEVENTH SESSION begins Sep? tember IS. Thorough preparation for uni? versity, college, technical aoticol, U. S. Navel and Military Academies. Primary depart? ment for small boys, with separate Instruc? tors, study-hall, ot.d recitation rooms. The Principal will be at 7 N. Delvldsre St., after Sept. 5. For full Information see catalogue at book stores, or by mall. JOHN P. M'cniRE. Principal. Statesville Female College This College stands for a Thorough Education; for Christian Influences; for Kind Supervision of Boarders; for Moderate Prices. Board and tuition, I $152.00. j Send for Catalogue and be convinced. Rev. J. A. Scott, D. D., Pr es STATESVILJ.E. n. c._ Richmond Training School for Kindergartners j 10W East Biond St., Klchmond, Vs. Re ! opens September J6. !9U. 1 Two years' course In ? Kindergarten theory I and praetlda, Post graduate work and spa 1 clttl classes open to ether teachers. For j further particulars nddress T.UCY S. COLE MAN. Principal. Uuckner, Va. [EDiCAL COLLEGE \1838 mm MEDICINE, DENTISTRY. PHARMACY , St<en<] fourth Senior, begins Sept. 12, till. EsoetlcB. Ubontory fco I clIcuM facV.ltlei dun*.to ??Jobrtouf LJ?*r.p ?xpcotes modr.'i'.a. Write lor C*Ulogu? g Oruloprser Tompkins, M 0 . Dcau\, RisJua&cd. V*, . Coal auu fc??ao?. LONG HA' WOOD THAT BURNS !'REE and makes iiulck heat, just the kind for summer USO, also iHling up cel? lars for next winter at i summer prices It's fine. Yard: 150C Wost Uroad. Phone: Madluon 10?9. KINDLtNO WOOD. EXCELLENT FOR liriu cooking, $1.50 half-cord. Phone Madison 177. SAMUEL H. OOTTRBLL & SONS. _p a t e n t s?3Ti* a & e inn r U ? p R OT EC TIVeT "PA T EN TS PRO CUR ED | promptly. Our books, "The I'rotcc- l live Patent" and "Letters of Patuiit Success," sent on rfc'lUeet. personal service guaranteed. HEELER & ROBB, Patent und Trademark Law? yers. 220-223 McGUi Rldg., Washing ton. D. C jSiseohition Motktt>T^ f HAN'T-; SEVICRED M Y ^ONNlOCTlON und retired from the lirni of E. K. Lnnghorne & Co., Mr. E. K. ...111? horne succeeding to the nanu and good will of the firm. The copartior ahip was formed for the purpose of doing tho following contract work on tho Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, as follows: At Reusens, Va., Abort Va., Ullmores Mills, Va., Buchanan, Va., Basic City. Va., and Fort Spring, W. Va. The said coiitmcta having been completed in full and all obli? gations arising therefrom having been paid, therefore thia notice. Any parties holding claims agatuat tho said firm on account of the aald con? tracts must present them by ma*l within fifteen duys to tho under slgnod at Ynncey Mills, Va. __I''. H HERRING. :? .>:.;'.'? ifletttngo. THE ASXU?'if~*UZKTlSG ?F^THR Stockholders of tho Wntklns-Cottroll Company will bo held in tho office of the company, 1311 East Main Street. Richmond, Vu? on AUGUST 8, Uli, at 12 o'clock noon. C. S. FENSOM. Secretary, and Treasurer. Woman's College Richmond, Va., Lorn tort In the beautiful, historic and cultured city of the South. Large and able faculties, trained In the beat Universities and Conservatories of this country and Europe. Specialists In their department!. S men. 18 wo? men. Carefully arranged courses of study lead to the degrees of 13. Litt., Ii. A., M. A, and D. Mus. Health re? cord remarkable. Accommodations llret class. Early application Import? ant. Next acslon begins September J7th. Terms moderate. For cataloguo and other Information, address JAMES NELSON, M. A., LL. D.. President. Miss Winston's Primary School for Girls and Boys Will reopen September 26 at her father's residence, 2607 Hanover Avenue. Madi? son 7452-L. COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AMI MAIIY, Wlllluiunburg, Virginia. A college, modern in equipment und ; strong In educational efficiency, and; yet the oldest Ln the South und the ; equal of any Institution ln America j ln richness of traditions: houlthl'uily situated on the historic Peninsula on the C. & O. Ry. It offers: 1. Full Academic Courses leading to A. J3-. B. S. and M. A. degrees. 2. Coursus in Education to prepare teachers and superintendents for tho public school system. Scholarships rep? resenting about one-quarter of the e.\ I enses may bo secured through tho school superintendents by students pre? paring to teach. Total cost per session rangos from (146.00 to S200.00. Write for Catalogue. Session opens September 21. 1911. II. I.. II1I1UGKS, IteKt*?rar. ichmond College An old, strongly endowed College with stan- ! d.ird entrance requirements whose degrees are accepted at full value by the leading universities of America. Through course-, in Liberal Arts lead to degfees^of B. A., U. S. and M. A., and in Law to degree of LL. H. Character buildinn is emphasUei, and the Faculty does not permit the Individual to be loit in the crowd. Modern, sanitary dormitories with good boarding facilities. Equipment of every depart i ? first class. Kxpenscs are moderate. For catalogue und information, address : President F. W. BOATWRIGHT, RICHMOND. VA. RICHMOND ACADEMY, Richmond! Va, Tenth session begins September 1S. The Dean is now at president's ofUce, Richmond College. For catalogue, address WX, L. PRINCE, Dean. Phono Madison 2342-J. THE JEFFERSON RICHMOND, VA. Coolest Restaurant In the City. Club Hrenkfimt ? Specialty. Lobby Cooled hi iiiiiten ..f Klretrlc Vans. I The ludst mn..;n:li>-ent hotel In the South. European p!m Rooms slnglo and un suite, with and without bath*. Spacious lampla rooms. Kai?, |!..o par day and upward. _?a?roaijs. iuC?monil, Freflericbu'E & Potoiac R. R. TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND. Tjtmvo Ulolmioml ?.1.8J A.M. Byrd St.Sta. *?',.( J A.M. Mala Kt. Kta. ?0.5OA.M. Byrd St. Su. ?7.80 A.M. MaluHt. Uta. ?>.:??> A.M. Byrd Kt. Sta. MS.OI noon Byrd St. sta. tl.OOl'.M. Byrd St. Sta. M.15 P.M. Elba Station. *5.1?I\M. Main St. Sta. ?S.-JOP.M. 11 yrdSt. Ma. Arrlvo Richmond ?7.?O A.M. ByrnSt.SU. III.XS A.M. l.llm Station. Tll.it.? A.M. llyrd KLSte. ?LH P.M. MalrrSt.Kta, ??.45 I\JI. ByrdSi.Sla. ?7.S5 P.M. Hyr4St.SU. ?O.IO P.M. Byrd SI.Sta. ?9.<(> P.M. ?lalnKt.KU. ?11.05 P.M. JlalnKt.SU. ?1?.5II nltfhtllyrdst.su. ACCOMMODATION TRAINS?WEEKDAYS. I.p.ito llyrd St. Sta. 1.30 F. M. for I-'rccerlfsibore:. L?are Elba HU. 7.60 A. M.,6.:iU H. M. for Ashlsnd Arrive llyrd 8t.Su.t.S5 A.M. front Krf d*rlf fceb'tx. Arrlr-.' Klha Sta. B.iVt A.M..5.30 P.M. from Atliland. ?Daily. fWecltdaya. 3Sundays only. All trains to or from Byrd Street Station (except trains leaving 5.50 n. m. and arriving 13.50 night) atop at Elba. Time of arrival* and departures not guaranteed. Read the signs. Norfolk and Western Railway U.VLV ALL RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK. Schedule In Effect May 14. 191L Leave llyrd Street station. Richmond. FOR NOKl'OLU: bS:10 A. M., '9:00 A. . a3;00 P. M.. '4:10 P. If.. b7:00 P. M. FOR LVNillIJUlia AND THE WEST: ?*:1S A. M.. 'Io:00 A. M . a3:00 P. M . ?9:20 P. M. Arrive Richmond from Norfolk; ^tl:40 A. M. bit:ti A. M.. '6:35 P. M.. bl0:25 P. M.. ?r.-30 P. M. From tho West: ?6:55 A. Id".. e2:0v P. M.. bill* P. M.. ?6:01 P. M.. '9:00 P. M. ?Daily. aDolly er. Sunday. bSunday only. Pullman Parlor and Sleeping Cars. Cafa Dining Cars. C. H. BOSLEY. D. P. A., Richmond, Vs. \V. B. BKVILL. U. P. A.. Rosnoke. Va. Atlantic Coast Line EFFECTIVE JULY 2. 1?U. TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY. For Fiorl?a and South: 4:15 A. Id, and I :'. P. M. 1:C0 A. M. Charleston. * For Norfolk; "5:10, 9:0? A. it.. ?3:00 P. 11., i:lu P. M.. "I:M P. M. For Hi <* W. rty. West: 6:18 A. M-, 1J:00 A. M.. '3:^0 P. M. and 8:20 P. M. For Petersburg: 1:00 A. M., 6:16 A. M., ??S:10 A. M.. 8:15 A. M.. 8:00 A. M , I0:0Q A. M . '3:1<J P. M.. 4:19 P. M.. 6:06 P. >L, "7.0u P. Si., 1:13 P. M., 9:20 P. M? 11:45 P. IL Foi UolUsooro and Fayettevllle: ?4;10 P. Id. Train arrive tllchmond dally: 6:20 A. ST.. 6:40 A. M.. 6:55 A. M . ?8:87 A. M.. ??Id:ii A. M.. '11:40 A. II.. "11:45 A. M . '3:00 P. at.. "2:15 P. M.j 6:16 P. M.. 6:35 P. M., 5:00 P. SI., ! ?:C0 P. M.. "10:25 P. M.. 11:80 P. M ? Except Sunday. " Sunday ouly. Tlmo of arrival and departure and con- \ r>ec lions not guaranteed. C. S. CAMPDELL D P. A. Richmond & Petersburg Electric Railway Cars leave l&aachester. SovautU aad Perri atiueis, tor Petersburg: ?4, 7. 5, '9, 10. 11, 'U A. M.. L 2, '1. 4. 6. "5.4J. '6, 7, b, '9. 10 P. >JL 11:00 P. M. for Chester, 12:00 midnight tor Petersburg, Curs leave Petersburg, foot ?f Sycamore el: cel. lor Muochener: 15:15. ?Iii. "7:15, fiSS, 8:85. ?:3S, '10:15, U:8J A. 3d.. 12:?. '1:35, 1:15, 1:35, ?4:% 5:85, 1:55, ?7.35. 6:16. J.H. '10:40. 11:40 P. M. llJully except Sunday and holidays. ?Carries ... --ise and express. "Limited, except Sundnvs and holidays. All cars from Petersburg connect with I tats for Illclimond. ! R1CUMOND AND CHESAPEAKE MAX RAILWAY COMPANY. * | Schede:? of electric trains to and from Ashlun?. stopping at Intermediate stations upon signal: Lv. Richmond (Broad and Laurel Mb.), 'S;?, '7:10. 1:10b, 9:10. "10:10. M:10 A. M.; 1:10. 2:10, 3:10, 4:10b, 5:10, 1:20, 1:10, 8 i'i'. 10:10, U:45 P. M. Lv. Ashluad. ?5:65, 7b, 8, 9b, 10. "11 A. M . '13 M.. "1? 2. 3. 4, 6b. 6. 7, 8. 9b, 11 P. Id. 'Dally except Sunday. "Sunday oolj. Ltlarrtes baggage. Chesapeake & Ohio Railway 7:40 A.?Local? Daily ?Newport News. S:30 A. Local.?Dally?Cb'ville. Ex. sun. C. Forge. 1 f9:00 A.?Express?Dally?Norfolk, Old Point. rlO.00 Aw? Local?Dolly?L.-hbg, Lex. C. Forge. 111:15 A.?Mtn. Spl. Ex. Sunday?W. Sulphur. ?1:00 P.?Express?Dally?Cln.-L'vllle. 14:00 P.?Express?Dally?Nortolk. N. Newa 1 6:wi p? Local?Dally?N. News, Old Point. 1 5:15 P.?Locul?Hx. Sunday?Uordousvlllc. ?i:lj P.?Local?Ex. Sunday?Lchbg, Natural Bridge, Clifton Forge. ; H;iS P.?Limited?Dally?Cincinnati, Chicago. . '11:00 P.?Express?Dully?Cincinnati, L'vllla. 'Sleepers. IParlor cars. TRAINS ARRIVE-RICHMOND?Local from lEast:k:25 A. M? 7:50 P. M. Througli from East: 11:10 A. M.. 6:30 P. it. Local from West: "5:30 A. M., "9:50 A. M., t.2J P. M. and ?:30 P. M. Through: 7:00 A. 51., 2:15 P. M. James River Line; *'S:3? A. M., 8:16 P. M. "Dally except Sunn Ay. SOUTHERN RAILWAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMuND. N. B.?Fcllowlug aclieduld nguros published as intorinatiuu and not guaranteed* ?:10 A. M.?Daily?Local for Charlotte. Dur? ham and IlaKdgh. 10:45 A. M.-Dally?Llmli *d?For all points South. Drawing Room Burfct Sleeping Car to Ashoville. N. C. S:t? P. M. Ex. Sun. ?Local for Durham and In? termediate stations. 6:00 P. M. Kx. Sun. Keyavllle Local. U:45 p. M.?Dally?Limited ?For ail points South. Pullman ruady at lilt P. M. YORK RIVER LIN EL 4:10 P. M.?Ex. Sun.?T? West PL, eonneot lag for Baltimore Mou., Wed. and Frl. 8:00 A. M.?Ex. Sun. und 2:15 P. M.?Hon., Wed and Frl.?Local to West Point TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. From the South: 6:60 A. 81., 8:06 P. M., dally; 8:40 A. M. Ex. Sun.; li:5d Ex. Sun.; 8:00 P. M. dally. From West Point: 9:M A. 81. Dally; 11:35 A. It. Wed. and Frl.; i:t? P. M. Ex. Sun. ?. K. BUP.OES3. D. P. A., 920 E. Main St_ 'Phone Madison 455. NORFOLK SOUTHERN Lv. Norfolk: '8:85 ausl 'U A. 81., '9 P. M., for Eastern Oiro.ina and the South. Lv. lla.elgh: *d:16 A. M.. t3 aad '9:15 P. M.. for Eastutn Carolina and Nerfolk. Pu.lmau Bioeplng Cars butwoun Norfolk, Rnleigii; also CJoldsboro and Norfolk. ?Dully ,y Ex. Sun. C. D. LE43RANDE. O. A.. American Nations. Bank, 'Phone ? :,?? '-531, Richmond. W. W. CROXTON. O. P. A.. Norfolk. Va. SEABOARD AIR LINK. Southbound trains scheduled to leave Rich* moud dully: 9:10 A M.?Local to N or Una. 1.20 P. 51.? Sleepers and couphes, Atlanta, Birmingham. Savannah. Jacksonville and Florida points. 9:50 P. M. ?Sleepers und coachai, bavannah, Jacksonville s,nd Florida uoiuts. 11:13 I'. M.? Sleepers und coaches. At motu, Birmingham, Mahtphls and tile Soulh wusl. Northbound trains schciulcd to arrlVM In Ulehmond dally: 5:82 A. M.. 7.23 A v.. C:Oo ?? M . ..:lu P. M. Baltimore Steam Packet Co. | Equipped with wireless tolcirruphy. TO BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH VIA NORFOLK ANU OLD POINT. Leave Richmond Daily. Including Sunday, via N. & W. Ry. 3:^ P. St., Norfolk 6:20 P. M. C. & O. Ry. 4:00 P. M., Old Point 7:3o P, M. I 6. D. S. S. Co. 7:00 P. M. tone day la Nor? folk). Va. Nov. Co. 6:30 A. M. (Monday, Wednes? day ami Friday). Tickets at si' offices. For staterooms ap- | ply lo 11. M. B?YK1N, Agent. $30 East Main Street. Merchants and Miners Transportation Co ' Norfolk to Huston, .Muss., and Providence, R. 1. Steamers leiivo Norfolk for Boston. Sun.. I Tues. and Frl.; for Providence, Hon., Wed. and Sat. at 7 P. M. Passengers and freight . taken lor all ..ew England point- Tickets on sale at office 0. A O. Ry., 11. a W. By., 6. 11. Bowman. TVS East Main, and Richmond Transfer Co.. ft* East Mala. WhatlstheUse Having- your monoy idl? whin wo can loan it era oltj rsal estate, flrs-t m-ort g&ge. to Net You 6% No better security to be had. Pollard & Bagby The Valentine Auction Co. AUCTIONEERS O 1 e EA3TJBH QAJD ST. Five Passenger Touring Car At Auction WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 2, at 12 o'clock noon, In front of our auction salesrooms. No. 818 Bast Broad Street. This car Is equipped with top, wind shield, lamps, good tires, four cylin? ders, elghteen-horse power; Is In good running order, and being sold by own? er on account of having purchased a larger car. Sale positive. A chance to got a bar? gain. THIS VALENTINE AUCTION CO. The Vdentine Auction Ca AUCTIONEERS 1 6 EAST BROAD ST. LARGE AUCTION SALE OP FURNITURE TO-DAY f WEDNESDAY). AUGUST 8, beginning at 10:30 o'clock, at our auction salesrooms, 818 East Broad Street, we will sell a large lot of household furniture of all descrip? tion. This Is a special chance to se? cure furniture at your own price. Ladles especially Invited to attend. THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.. ?_Auctioneers. Trustee's Sale OF A VALUABLE FARM IN. ALBEMARLS COUNTY. VA. In pursuance of a deed of trust dated the 10th day of August. 1904. from R. H. P. Carr to Mlcajah Woods, trustee, recordod ln tho clerk's otHce of the Circuit Court of Albemarle county, Va., . In Dead Book 129, page 43, default having been made in tho payment of the debt therein secured, and at the roquast of the personal representative of the creditor therein named, the un? dersigned substituted trustee will offer for sale at public auction, ln front of the courthouse of Albemarle county, in the city of Charlottesvllle, at 12 XL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 33. 1911. that voluablo tract of land about one mllo from Stony Point, ln said oounty, 'containing SS2 acres, more or less,, being a salo In gross, on which land there is a ten-room dwelling, not yot completed, two modest tenement houses, stable*, granary and other buildings. A part of this pi?perty Is cleared, und the rest ln valuable tim? ber; about 48 acres of nlcu branch lnnd, 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, ln 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 h-'il ' Is red and chocolate, and Is well adapted to fruit, grass arid crops usually grown In the Piedmont section of Virginia, and stork raising. This is an excellent opportunity to make a Judicious Investment. TKKMa: Cash, fl..r,00, and the bal? ance upon suoh terms as the sold R. H. P. Carr shall make known on the day of sale, and upon his failure to muko known such terms, the residue upon % credit of one, ttvo and threo years, secured by bond of the purchaser, containing! a waiver of the homestead exemption, bearing interest from date of aale, payable seml-annually, and upon failure to pay promptly any semi? annual Instalment of Interest, the whole of said bonds to become due and payable, and secured by a deed of trust upon the property, and tho purchaser to keep the property Insured as addi? tional .security for the defurred pay? ments in the sum of not less than J700, or the purchaser, at his election, may pay all cash. For further Information, apply to R. K. P. CARR. Stony Point, Va.. or the undersigned. , GEORGE f! ILMER, Substituted Trustee, Charlottesvllle. Vav July 19. 1911. VIA & PAflE, Auctioneers. Rntesville. Va. &reamuooti>. OLD DOMINION LINE Lv. Richmond foot of Ash St. dally.7:00 P. 1C Leave Newport News.s:m> A. M. Arrive Norfolk.6:00 A- M. Consocta with main lino steamers leaving Nortola (or Now York dally except Sunday 7:0>1 1'. M. Connections also madu by N A W. Ry. S P. M. and C, * o. Hy. at 4 P. u. Nlfbt l.ina steamers atop at Claromont ta iat.4 or receive passengers oq signal. VIRGINIA NAVIGATION CO.-Jamcs KJvee bj da>ilKht ior Norroik, Old Point, New? port News and all James River landings. 51 tamer leaves Monday, Wednesday' ans Friday at >>:S0 V. M. Freight received tor all James River lamllnsf. "Phone Madison 17s. Mulu liikci OiTlee. .Sil K. Mn.'n street. Chesapeake Steam ship Co. Big new ships "City of Norfolk" and "City o! Baltimore." j Equipped with wireless teleeraphy, Tolo? phono servlie throughout the ships, state, r mil en suite, with buthe. Prices from 7Sc to 1S.M. Excellent meals, 7tc. to bai.ti.more: and run north via NORFOLK ANTJ OLt> POINT. Leave Richmond Daily, except Sur.., vis N, .v \v. Ry. 3:00 P. M . Norfolk ?ilj P M. C. & u. lly.. 4.00 P. M. Dally, old Point 7:15 i'. M. O. D. 8. S. Co. 7:00 P. M. Dally (ono day la Norfolk); Va. Nov. Co. 8:Si) A. M. (Monday, YVednos du"; und Friday). Tiokets at all offices For staterooms apply to S. EX B?RO ESS, D. P. Agent. MO ICUkt Main Streut. Richmond. For Exchange $13,000 In first mortgage real estate notes, bearing ? per cent. Interest. Will exchange "? payment, or part payment, for olty real estate. Ad? dress K 113, caro Times^Dispatch.