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Greater Blokmtdl Greateat Nevrapaper
GREATEST WANT AND REAL, B8
TATIO MEDIUM IN VIRGINIA, AND
ONE OF TIIJU REST IN AMISRICA.
Want Ad Rates
f In Effect June 11, 1IU.
Oallr, one cent per not? when paid
la advance. Nu Ad. taken for leaa thna
ten cents.
One and oae-balf centa a word all
elnultlcatloua except Situation Wanted
(or Sunday. Situation Wanted one cent
? vrora. No Ad. Sunday tukcn for leaa
(baa aiteen ceata.
No Ada. taken for leaa than tvrenty
lv? centa when phoned In or charged
at the counter,
Phon? ordera not guaranteed.
Claaslilcatlou not guaranteed atter
? iao 1*. a,
Vor bualncaa contract* aend for the
Want Au. aluut ukuur Uoanw Ju
LjuTt, TUESDAY, OLD-FASHIONED
liu.ii pin. i.-.-11 returned to
Tim?a-i>iapatcb.
itOST, MONDAY] ON BROAD STREET,
or ou car, ?ultl our pin. Name ,viiniu
Hitraici. i'.uwa#d. iLSJ Wt-bl Mail)
Street.
a*08T, ONE PRESTOLlTE tank. ON
loud pear Barhamavuie, in Now
Kent county. N'u., on Sunday, ?ep
tcmber JU. J. T. CRUTB, ilurhttina
vlilo, Vu.
TF~'iHii' gSn??em?n VVllO took
my aalciici, containing kuuak und
wearing uppa.ru!, lurough m'ntuke Id
the c it o. Station .aftair
woulu communicate with MR.
\V. F. BARNBTT, ho will bo ampiy
ruwurutU. 1'nuu? iI34. _
JJUaT." MoNlJ A'if ' ArTLitNOON, IN
Miller & ? store, or uu &ouui
side ol JJioud Street, between SlXtn
arid Foui la Streets, singie
cusu gold watch, with black silk iuo
uj.u \ lginiu Uospiiui Numub ciuss
pin; letters e. M. 1'JlU, engraved
on OiUiK oX pin. Reward l? reiumeu
to W. is. I'lZZl.sl, i.J East Main
Street]
^ayeiu UAUtinicu. jxiuix.
WANTED, FIRST-CLASS PAPER
banger; permanent po-stlou; ?uic
?alary expected; uo oouie artist need
apply. L. C. WEATHERS, Decorat?
ing ueparuutas italuigli, n. c.
?WANTED, YOUNG MEN to EEARN
tue uuiouioouo business; positions
?eoUred competent giuuuulca. RICH*
auM) AUi-U aCiiuuL, ?iS W. Broad
aired._
Wanted] for u. a. Aiuii, a?u.
bodied, unuiurrled uiec. between t-gea
ol eigUleeu unu tlnriy-uve; citizen*
ol Lulled titulua, ol gooU character
und icuiperuto habits, wuu can apeak,
read uua wniu tno n.ntfliab language.
t or li.i-ji uppi) ... Recruitautj
Officer, do E. Broad St., Richmond, or
101 n. Sycamore tit., i'^ui^uuik, u
WANTED. EXPERIENCED STORE
room nun. Apply STEWART, Hotel
Richmond,_
W ANTED, A FIRST-CLASS" B AHB ER.
Apply at once, lw?? Rull atreel,
South Richmond.
WANT ED .""WRIT E" IS AJ IBER at
once. Apply at. b-3 VI eat Cary bt.
jWANTED] i IRaT-CLAaa BLACK?
smith und wheelwright. Ns e nave
opening lor firat-ciaas, sober and
inuustiio-js laan, Wrife fully, SULtr
Ul? experience, an?l Kive I eleienceu.
Permanent piu.e to right man. Ad
dieni A cure 1 lnica-DlbputcU.
WANTED, iT RST -CLASS CABIN ET.
:i.^kcr. SYDNOR <c HUNDLEV, 4u2
Nortb Seventh otreet.
WANTED, EXPERIENCED COOK AND
wuniiwviiidii r?r family ot two. Ap?
ply Wednesday morning lsut ilun
?ivor Avenue. _
WANTED.' A TENNER'] APpL'V RE"
lure i a. M. MEIOHAN, 2la NN vat
ElKtllh Street. _
WANTED."YOUNG MAN T.? STAY IN
biore and do collecting, goou oppor?
tunity lor promotion. Give refer
ebda. C 065. care Times-Dispatch.
WANTED,' TWO GOOD CLERKS FOR
oiiice work. P. O. Box sou. Rich?
mond, Va.
SALESMEN* WANT ED ~ON ~n EW 1810
census publication; exclusive terri?
tory; liberal coiumlsalons. Write
HAND, McN ALL V Ac CO.. rz E.
Twenty-second Street, New Yoik
Cli ty._
WANTED. A PRACTICAL MILLER
tor roller process null In country
(.night work). Address ?HELEft,
with reiertnce and wages expected,
puat uiiioa Uox 'ju, Richmond,
WANTED, YOUNG MEN (WHITE AND
colored) to prepare as firemen,
brake-men, motormen, conductors,
sleeping car and train porters. It
you wisn position on Virginia roads
write immediately. Name position
wanted. No experience necessary.
Enclose stamp. INTER. RAILWAY,
Dept. A5, Indianapolis, Ind.
WANTED, A COACHMAN TO GO TO
Orange county. Ya., to lake charge
ot pleasure stable and vehicles. None
will be considered who cannot estab?
lish by best reference that ho un?
derstands his ibusiness, is entirely
sober, encrgcttc, und thoroughly
well behaved. P. O. ISox 162, Rich?
mond, Va.
DRUG CLERY WANTED; ONE OR
two years' experience, reference re
nuired, state salary expected, a 529,
cure Times-Dispatch.
WANTED, RELIABLE MEN WITH
selling ability tor u lirst-clcss, prop?
osition. Apply between >i:zb and S
p. M. any day this week. CllAS.
ANERBACH. 1007 East Marshall
Street.
WANTED, MAU. CLERKS] CITY MAIL
carriers, clerks In the government
oillces at NN ashington, D. C, stenog?
raphers nnd typewriters. October
examinations everywhere. Thou?
sands of appouitments Average
sfiiury about fl.iuO. Very rapid pro?
motion. No "layotfs" Short hours,
annual vacation; common education
nulllcient. City and country residents
equally eligible; political iruluence
unnecessary. Send Immediately tor
schedule giving places and dates of
examinations, Immediate action ab?
solutely necessary. Free coaching.
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept. N 7S>,
Rochester, N. Y.
W A N TED ~c O A TMAKERS AT ONC E;
steady work. Address WILLIAM
WALLS. Wilson. N^ C.
WANTED, SMALL, EXPERIENCED
boy to serve at soda fountain after?
noon and night. Apply RICHMOND
HOMEOPATHIC PHARMACY, Fifth
und Main.
, plumbTng] eTe c t r i c iTv"~6k
bricklaying taught In three months;
positions secured; catalogue free.
GREAT EASTERN TRADE SCHOOL,
66 East Thirty-second Street, New
York City._
WANTED, AD COMPOSITOR; GOOD
pay to right man. Apply at once to
INDEX-APPEAL. Petersburg. Va,
WANTED, a "PRACTICAL BOOK
keeper to leave tha city for live or
six months; good place for a good,
hrlght man. Apply at THE SPOT?
LESS .CO.. City. Thursday morning
nt 10. "o'clock.
aUTOMOBTLE TfKCTiAls7icT^i?^f_"BE
thoroughly experienced and compe?
tent; others need not npply. Position
permanent, with b!? wages, short
hours and good chance for advance
mont. FORD A CTO CO.
TEACHER87WANT10D"fOR VaIl VA
?ancles In Vlrglnln and Southern
States; schools supplied free. Satis?
faction guaranteed. R. W. CRID1.1N.
Manager Virginia Teachers' Bureau,
Manchester. Richmond, Va.
feitnattorus amante?. iflale.
YOUNO married MAN, AT PRESENT
employed In accounting- work, wishes
outside position. Retere-nco?. Address
C. P. J-, 605 East Clay.
POSITION WANTED AS CLERK IN
country store; 2 years' experience;
reference furnished, Box - )~, Frod
erlcksburg, Va.
MAN WANTS JOB TO DO ANY KIND
Of carpenter work. Well experienced
In this work. Apply to loOti Buchanan
Street.
wanted, position to organize
or superintend it furrrfbr gentleinan'u
estate by a practical, scientific man
of education und large experience,
now holding a position. Address L
471, caru Tlmes-Dlspatch.
, wanted" position by young
American, who can speak and -write
fluently Spanish and French. a<1
dresa D 76i._>? are Tlmcs-DIspatch.
position waited as CLERK IN
country store; 2 years' experience;
reference furnished. Box 207, Fred
ericksburg, Va.
WANT e l>, tTX~C a pa liL"e?m a'nT" posi?
tion at an> kind of oflli? Work; best
of reforonacs; now employed. Ad
dress .1 2ts?, cure Tlmos-Dispatch.
REGISTERED ASSISTANT PHARMA
cist desires position by September
10th; has had four years' experience.
Addresa A 528, care * Tlmes-Dlspatch.
REGISTERED PHARMACIST OPEN
for position. Address SALOL. 720
Hull Street. j
&elp '<K3anteb, JFemau.
EXPERIENCED , SALESWOMEN
wonted for upholstery and lace cur?
tain department; good, permanent
positions to capable partlus. Apply
to MILLER & RUOADS.
WANTED, AT ONCE, A good, PRAC
tlcal, experienced stenographer to
substitute tor next two weeks two
hours dally. E. W. EVANS & CO.,
1313 East Cary Street.
wanted, experienced laundry
help; nrmale. CRYSTAL LAUNDRY,
1525-27 West Cary.
W A NT/ED, COMPETENT WOMEN
who wish to establish a dignified,
good puylng business of their own.
Telephone Madison 6267-J.
WANTED, cook and NURSE at
once. Apply to MRS. R. H.i WIL?
LIAMS, Third Avenue and Willow
Street, Highland Park.
WANTED, A GOOD SERVANT. APPLY
at Ml West Main Street.
WANTED, ~~?~ COM PETENT house!
maid. Apply to dr. oha8. V. CAR
_RJNGTON. S32 Park Avenue.
WANTED, POSITION A 5 STENOG
rapher or bookkeeper, or both, by
thoroughly experienced young lady.
Addrc-H i. lib, caro Times-Dispu'<?;->.
ftltuationi BSanteD. jfeinnlc.
B 0 ' ? K K E E P E R?Y O i: N G LADY,
thoroughly experienced end Compu?
tern D. E bookkeeper, desires po?
sition. IP-st of references; bond given
If desired, Knowledge of stenography1,
Address L 419, care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
EXPE R IE N CED~ STENOGRAPHER
wants position; 4 years' experience.
Address Q 3Jj, care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
A- YOUNG, LADY; w ith SEVERAL
j years' experience, desires a position
i as bookkeeper. Address M. euro
Carrier 38. City.
j &elp, jilale anb Jfemalc.
WANTED. SIX GOOD AMATEUR AC
tors-?two girls ar.d four men. Apply
Room 31?), Foster ?Bldg., 3 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon.
solicitors ano feaiesmen.
PAVING SOLICITOR WANTED. WANT
ed. a man to soiiclt paving, business
from municipalities, one accustomed
to dealing With city Officials and who
knows paving construction preferred.
State age. experience and reference.
Good salary to tlrsl-claas mull who
can secure contracts. Address PAV?
ING CONTRACTOR, care Manu?
facture:.v Record, Baltimore, Md.
SALESMEN WANTED ON NEW 1*10
census publication, exclusive terri?
tory; liberal commissions. Write
RAND, McXALLY & CO.. 42 E.
Twenty-second Street, New York
City.
agents-&&anteo.
We'waNT a MAN WHO CAN SELL
goods to represent us. We will giv?
the right man exclusive rights. An
excellent opportunity for a hustler.
Write EMPIRE NOVELTY CO.,
Wcllg.-ille. X. Y._
gsnaianons, professional.
wanted, by young lady, posi?
tion as teacher In either puolic or
, private school. References exchanged.
? MISS c. L. wilson, Route 1, On
-tarlo, Va.
EXPERIENCED TEACHER. college
and normal graduate, desires post
I tlon us principal. L 443. care Times
Dispatch. ?
WaNT ed." by A G~R?D?ATE'~IN~IX
strumentul music, a position In a
school or college. One year's ex?
perience. MISS W., 12ti North Park
Avenue, Norfolk. Va.
i AN EDUCATOR of LONG and ~uc
cetsful experience desires position in
j an, established school or college.
Latin, Greek. French, English, liter?
ature, history and mathematics';
highest testimonials. Address Box
' 4. Esmont. Va_
I j&usmcbs <i>pp?r[ur.u: i1a.
REAL ESTATE BUSINESS FOR SALE*.
Centrally located; well equipped of
! tive. with oho year's lease, with op?
tion; splendid list of city, suburban
and farm properties up to date on
books. Dissolution Of firm reason
tor selling. Address A 5?2. care
Times-Dispatch.
, Te "vOlf WANT TO SELL YOUR Busi?
ness, or buy n business, see us. We
can market any proposition. R. S.
ellyson & co.* Promoter? und
; sales Agents, 28 .North' Ninth._
itocmji' tor &em.
' WELL' ""EC UNISIIED" ROOMS FOR
I srentlutncn or married couple; bath
und telephone. At 113 East Frank?
lin.
furnish e D OR unfurnished
1 rooms on South Third. Phone Madi?
son 336-J.
FOR RENT, ROOM ADJOINING BATH.
Apartment 4, The Hanover. Madison
6318-J. _
ONE second STORY FRONT ROOM;
gentlemen. 107 North'Third. |
"newly furnished, bright, At?
tractive rooms for rent: good board
1 convenient. 1109 West M:iin
I large, pleasant front ROOM.
11 North , Sixth, between Franklin
and Main.
ROOM AND BOARD IN PRIVATE
famllv in West End; steam hent,
? electric lltrhts; only one block from
.-nr. Address G 177. care Times
Dispatch.
'FOR RENT, . FOR . STORAGE ? OF'
household furniture, two rooms on (
second floor of Stuart Avenue resi?
dence; ono measuring 15x12 foot',]
with closet adjoining, the other 12x10
feet. Address J 270, care Times-Dls.
patch.
FOR RENT. NICELY FURNISHED
" rooms. 7 IS East Marahall. _
I VERY DESlitABLeT LARGE NICELY
furnished room: all conveniences',
centrally located. 302 East Gruco
Streck. Thone Madison 6692.
DAILY PUZZLES!
Worn by most countrymen.
ANS W Lit T'.' YKSTK!t It AT*9 rriZZLE.
Quoll.
Jfor &ale.
FOR SALIC, AT COST, ?1.000 QEN
oral merchandise stock, located near
Richmond. July sales, $1,800; rent.
Address F 84b, care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
DRUG STORE "f?TTIsaLE; CENTRAL
ly located, doing a good business.
For particulars, address Box 1*2,
Richmond, Vs.
Iroii sale cheap, some very I
fine revolvers and guns. Apply
JEFFERSON LOAN OFFICE. 17051
East Main.
FOR SALE~ a IiETAIL DlTuO STOP.E
in a thriving tow'n,vsplendld oppor?
tunity lor uny one. Tho business!
Ut successful to an unusual degree.
Parties interested can get particu?
lar.-; from YA COHAN-ROBERTSON
DRUG COy Richmond, Va.
for SALE CHEAP. SOME VERY|
fine second-hand trunks, suit cases,
hand bugs. etc. Apply JEFFERSON j
_LOAN OFFICE. 1.70? East Main.
, ORAPHOPHONES?COLUMBIA GRA- \
Phophones with fifty records. $30; a
bargain; cash or credit; double-d'sc;
records. 65c; repairs. TALKING MA
CHINE CO. 704 East Main._
FOR SALE, OUR ENTIltE pTOCK OF]
I buggies, runabouts, surreys and
wagons at cost, on account of re?
building. Several second-hand ve?
hicles cheap. THOS. H. LUKE Se\
_CO.. S04 Brook Avenue.
: apple ORCHARD, five HUNDRED I
bearing, pippin nnd winesap. Will
divide in two tracts; oae hundred
und twenty-five dollars per acre;
.-?::..dl tract twenty ucres, best of
soil, large forest trees, one mile
j rull._Box 7. Afton. Va.
: FOR SALE, A HANDSOME MANTEL
mirror. 1402 Floyd Avenue.
ST 1'. 1 rCTURAL IRON, STEEL" AND !
pipe of every description cut to order,
j CLARENCE CO.-;BY. 1^23 East Cary
_Street. Richmond. Va._
CHEAP. ALL KIND!? OF eJECOND
htr.d mechanical tools. Apply JEF
! PERSON LOAN OFFICE. 17(>i Eust
I Main 'ftreet.
! "ICE CREAMS." ALL FLAVORS AND
styles. WINSTON'S. Rhone Madison
j 2263.
VEHICLES FOR BUSINESS or
pleasure. A carefully selectud line
of up-to-date surreys. buggies,
phaetons and runabouts at lowest
t rices. A. MEYER'S SONS, 781 East
Cary Street.
?Real estate tor ?ale^_
t FOirSALE~?R~RENT. siock FARM
near oily. BOV.E o; CO.. Richmond;
Wtirth. Dumbarton. Va._
' why pay Rent when you can
own your own home at a monlh.lv
payment less than rent? We wilt
j build or buy you a home or pay
oft the mortgage, and allow you to
return same at the rate of 87.30 per
! mouth for each } 1.000, together wltb
S per cent, simple interest. Fol
Information address B A. RICHARD?
SON. jr.. District Manager. No. 408 |
American National Bunk Buildlnc.
I Klcnniur.d. Va._
FOR S?i"t" A SMALL FARM on
Seven Pines Road, abeVt one mile1
. from Richmond, 10 or \t acres. Ap- I
ply to E. j. DIETRICH, 27'U East!
; _ Slain Street_I
TWO BEAUTIFUL ho_E5 IN west |
End; modern In every way; If in?
terested, call Madison 6605, or write
C 691. caro Tlmes-Dlspatch._
j FuR sale or trade. grove AND
Floyd Avenue lots west of the
Boulevard. Madison 1467. ?
' TIDEWATER VIRGINIA FARM H?TT"
gains. We can suit you. Write
to-day. SOMMERVILLE TRUST co.,
INC.. Newport News. Va.
i\eal estate lor SUnt
: 'SIX-1t6c?M* HOUSES, 602 AND "604
North Eighth Street; pantry, bath.
1 yard; good condition; central; one
; biock from car line. Apply 714 East
Leigh._
; TWO OF FIVE NEW HOUSES, 2200
i block Park Avenue. Apply 2240
l'ark, or Rhone Madison 7760-J., or
5 C 2 2 ?_
i<eafestcut &&aiueo.~
WANTS?T^fS^ PL' RCTlvVS E FROM
owner, house for about $3.000. In
West End. Address E 7m), care
Tlmes-Dlspatch._
WANTED, TO -BUY DIRECT FROM
owner, house for about $4.000; have
I $1.500 to Invest In home. Address
j E 773, care Tlmbs-Dlepatch.
"D3oar?in_. _ J
I "Sntsr' CHARLES k. bowers.' lfo
j East Frank Street, handsomely ap
pointed rooms, with board; table;
hoard a specialty.
DELIGHTFUL R?1 'MS, WITH BOARD,
i also table board. 401 East Graee ?
i Street_,_:
I BOARDERS FOR DESIRABLE ROOMS.
also table boarders. 20* East Grace.
WA N T E D. O N E OR T W o GENTI. b -
I men or a married couple for a large.
bright room, furnished, convenient
to bath and phone. Good table board;
also table boarders: best references.
Address GOj West Grace Slreot.
WANTED! BOARDERS AT Sir. EAST
Franklin: also table boarders. MISS
PALMORE._
SECOND-STORY FRONT ROOM. WITH I
g.I hoard 1003 West Office._
WANTED. BOARD*IN PRIVATE FAM
lly by family of four; state location;
must not exceed sixty dollars. Ad-,
dress G 17(5. care Timos-Dlspatch.
summer parting
I WANTED, BOARDERS, IN REFINED
family; library, post-office, church
and station near: references neces- :
snry. MRS. THOS. KELFORD. SR..
I i.nnont, Va.
TH E~SAiNf~L?U IS COTTAGE. OCEAN
View, opposite Virginia Buy .-jtatior,:.
1 bathing, boating nnd fishing; Lome j
comforts: special rates to families or '
partite; meals anil boarding e. J. '
BRADLEY. Proprietor.
i paw.vv>-"ifct\ r.fit sUtte tr>-<? ;
get 'Mv " p1110 e~" i>N S."C. ' white
Leghorn; the best strain the best
paying, james river poultry
farm, St.t pie Ion. Va._
SutomoB?es for ?S>ale
several USED ford cars which
we have taken In exchange for latest
models. Those curs now being thor- ,
oughly overhauled and will paint If,
desired. Will send Instructor nonio '
with out-of-town purchasers. FORD
AUTO CO.
TllRErT>^A^TjtAT5T~fVE ROOMS^ON
B?cond floor at 322 East Franklin.
Monroe 1600._
?oaljinD tXttloo?^
ToNotiAl'wbob thatb?tInsTiucb
ind makea quick heut. Just tho kind
(or ouminor use, also lining up cel?
lars for next winter at summer
prices. It's fine. Yard: 1506 Wast
Broad. Ph_onej Madison 1069._
kindling wood. excellent for
light cooking. Si.in half-cord. I'hone
Madison 177. SAMUEL ii. cottrell
a sons._
$ersanaiff.
B^ircTAL^?'F^Eu-fN-LADIES'
TAILOR-MADE SUITS. PLACE
YOUR ORDER WITH US BEFORE
SEPTEMBER 15TH. AND YOU WILL
GET A EINE $50 TAILOR-MADE
SUIT FOR $35. IE YOU ARE GOINCJ
TO HAVE A SUIT MADE, YOU
CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS THIS
M O N E Y-SAVING OPPORTUNITY.
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF THE
LATEST IMPORTED GOODS TO
SELECT FROM. ALL OF OUR WORK
18 DONE LN OUR UP-TO-DATE
PARLORS BY HIGH-CLASS LADIES'
TAILORS OF NEW YORK CITY. I.
CUTLER, LATE OF HAAS BROS..
NEW YORK CITY, 212 NORTH
THIRD STREET (BETWEEN BROAD
AND GRACE). PHONE MONROE
1276.
FOR SALE, GENERAL MERCHANDISE
storo. Good business, splendid Block.
Located In the outskirts of ClUtou
Forge, write for particulars. W'AL?
TON v'i DODD. Clifton Forge, Va.
STEAM HEATING rLAN t7_ PR ACTV
cally new; also hot air furnace. L
BLUFORD & CO.
J. BROWN, LADIES' TAILOR, 5!3
WEST GRACE STREET.
_i
HUMAN HAH' BOUGHT AND SOLD
at Hl.'OHES'S. 20? North '^hlrd
OUR WORK OUR REFERENCE.
H. SCHOSTOCK & CO., ARTISTIC
LADIES' TAILORS. 207 NORTH
FIFTH STREET. ?
WANTED. THE fOtiLlC To know
that JAHNKE BROS. Jcwelors. 912
East Main Street, buy, sell, exchange
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THE
LATEST STYLES. Old aold and Kil?
ver always taken In evonanee.
?Patents?tLra?cmarh?.
?fiOTECTTVE7 "''PATENTS ?OCURED
promptly. Our book*. "Tho Protce
tive Patent" and "Letters of Patent
Success," sent on request. Personal
service guaranteed. BEELER &
P.OBB, Patout and Trademark Law?
yers, 220-223 McGlll Bldg.. Washing?
ton. D. c
tZ?iaiireD.
wanted, second-hand steel
water '.v.-,.. not less than 'hlrty
feet high, and carry lank of not less
than 1,500 gallons. Address J 977.
cure Times-DlsDulch.
WANTED. TO Hint l>Tjrv CA ?Lt. ilUUHB
hsld good* In any quautlty. i'bout
Madi?on ?61._ _
second-hand machinery o?
of every descrlptiru bought at full
value. clarence cosby. 1523 a)
Cary Si Phone "ladlson 3E2I.
W.?NT ED. HOUSE CLEANING. WIN
dow washing, at a low prices. john
I ANDERSON. Monroe 2130.
; WANTED. TO SELL OREMPLOY A
I parly with machinery, teams and
labor to manufacture kiln dry and
deliver on curs two hundred and
fifty thousand feet lumber per
month; nice tract about eight mil?
lion feet, mostly large, long pin*;
iand dry, logging fine, near a. c. L.
R. R.. North Carolina. Inquiries an?
swered promptly. G ICS, care Tlmcs
Plspatoh.
"WANTED] PINE FIRE WOOD. W e
want 1 to 2 thousand cords dry pine
fire wood ready to ship this fall.
Will buy standing pine wood In easy
reach of Richmond, Va. Write fully
as to location, shipping point and
distance from railroad. Prefer deal
direct with owners. Address A 526,
Care Times-Dispatch.
WANTED. TO BU YlF?R-C?S11V~?DD
gold and old silver; anv quantity.
E. C. MEYER JEWELRY co.. 317
East Broad Street.
itliscEllancouB._
"TENTS' AND AWNIN'GS.
KEEP COOL; SLEEP IN A TENT. WE
maku them any size. Prices reason?
able. - h. E. COPE LA NTS CO, INC.,
Awnings, Tents and Flags. Fhoriu
Madison 2576.
SHOE REPAIRING
75c II ALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES. 600
ladles,; every pair sewed; best leath?
er; no nulls, no pegs. Royal rub?
ber heels, i'jc; Trtd-AIr rubber heels.
49c; leather heels rebuilt like new
25c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE
FACTORY. 716 Eost Main. Phone
Monroe -667.
UPHOLSTERING AND MATTRESSES
PARLOR SUITS. COUCHES AND ODD
pieces reuphoistered. Mattresses
renovated neutly. Sanitary methods;
Reliable work. SYDNOR & HUND?
LEY. :i! H.H.! Ur.iai! MadlSOn 3204.'
' CLEAN IN G AND.PRESSING.
CALL LA TOUCHES. MONROE 2119.
when you want hlga-class cleaning,
pressing, etc C South Second Street.
CHVIBORAZO SHOES.
WANTED. BUYERS FOR LADIES'
velvet pumps, the latest styles. $2.50
and (3. J. R. GOODE SON.
WANTED. YOU TO KNOW WE HAVE
the celcbrn'.od Chimbors'.o shoe lit
Oxford, latest styles und toes, patent
leathers, viel and tans, 13.50 and f I.
J. R. GOODE & SON. Fifteenth and
Main._
ANTIQUES.
YOU CAN GET GENUINE ANTIQUE
furniture at C. B. LYDA'S; also an?
tiques anil other furniture repaired,
polls.fed und limshed. Antiques
bought 1!' \V< :.: Main jStreet. _
ANTIQUES
ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE.
.Furniture repaired, polished and
packed; uoholstorlng. otc. L N. AR
NALL i SON. 21S Brook Ave. 'Phono
Madison 6277.
^Bankrupt iJoiiccs.
M jflCK OF FI ?ST Mi:K'n\fi iii'
CREDITORS.
In the matter of | No. 1050.
.1 AS. P. VALENTINE. In
Bankrupt. ' Bankruptcy.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
UNITED STATES, Fur THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
To tho creditors of JAS. P. VALEN?
TINE, of Richmond, in the county
of Hehrlco. an,i district aforesaid ?
Bankrupt;
Notice Is hereby given that on the
I8TH DAY OE AUGUST, A. D. 1911. the
Bald j as. p. VALENTINE was duly ad?
judicated bankrupt^'and that'.the tirst
nni iing of his orod 1 tors wilt bflrvhvld
in my ofllce. Rooms Nos. so2 Arid- s03,
American National Bank Building,
Richmond, Va? on the 15TII DAY 'pl''
SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1911, at 10 ?'cldrclC
In tho forenoon, at which lime r.iu>
said creditors may attend, prove theft'
claims, appoint a trustee, examine I ? ??
bankrupt, and transact such other
business mm mny properly come before)
?said meeting.
thos. B. SNEAD.
Refereo In Bankruptcy.
Sentomher r. 1811.
^Bankrupt JJottce?. ^
Nt)TlClY^jF~'"FlRST "meeting ?S" i
CREDITORS.
In the matter of
abbott hardware 1 No. 1058.
co.. inc. In
Bankrupt. I Bankruptcy.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TUB 1
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
To tho creditors of ABBOTT HARD?
WARE CO., INC., ot Richmond, In j
the county of Henrlco. and district,
uforesuld?Bankrupt:
Notlco Is hereby given that on the I
29TH DAY OF AUGUST. A. D. 1911. tho
?aid ABBOTT HARDWARE CO.. INC*
was duly adjudicated bankrupt, and
that tho first meeting of its creditors
wilt roe held In my Office, Rooms Nos.
S02 anu 803 American National Bank
Building, Richmond, Va., on the 11TH
DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A- D. 1911. at
) 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at which
I time the said creditors may attend,
j prove their claims, appoint a trustee,
; examine the bankrupt, and trunsuct
I such other business as may properly
corns before sold meeting.
THOS. B. SNEAD,
Referee In Bankruptcy.
_August 80, 1911._
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETrNQ OF
CREDITORS.
In the maUer ot 1 No. 1064.
RUSSELL H. BROWN. In
Bankrupt. 1 Bankruptcy.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
To the creditors of RUSSELL H.
BROWN, of Richmond, In the county
of Henrlco, and district aforesaid
Bankrupt:
Notice 1r horeby given that on tho
30TH DAY OF AUGUST. A. D. 1911. the
suld RUSSELL H. BROWN was duly ad.
Judicuted bankrupt. and that tho
first meeting of his creditors will
be held In my office. Rooms Nos.
802 and S'i3. American National Rank
Building. Richmond, Va.. on tho 12TH
DA Y OF SEPTEMBER. A.D. 1911. at 10
o'clock In the forenoon, at whlcn time
tho said creditors may attend, prove
their claims, appoint a trustee, ex?
amine the bankrupts, and transact such
othor business as may properly come
beforo said meeting.
TH08. B. SNEAD.
Refer** In Bankruptcy.
September 1. 1911.
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF
CREDITORS.
In the matter of t No 1051.
CORNELIUS J. POH. In
Bankrupt. ' Bankruptcy.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
To the creditors of CORNELIUS J.
POH, of Richmond, In the county of
Henrlco. and district aforesaid?
Bankrupt:
Notice is hereby wlven that on the
3STH DAY OF AUGUST. A. D. If 11. the
said CORNELIUS J. POH was duly ad?
judicated bankrupt, an,i that the first
meeting of his creditors will be held
In my office. Rooms Nos. S02 and S03
American National Bank Bulldlnir,
Richmond, Va., on tho 11TH DAY OF
SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1911. nt 10 o'clock
In the forenoon, at which time the
said creditors may nttend, prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine the
bankrupt, and transact nuch other
j business as may properly como before
sal<i meeting.
THOS. B PNEAD.
Referee In Bankruptcy
August 30. 1911.
Owls, Take
Notice
Richmond Nest. Order of Owls, will
meet to-night (Wednesday) at Smith
deal Hall. Ninth and Broad Streets.
Every Owl should be there.
SU?roaos.
Atlantic Coast Line
EFFECTIVE JULY 2, 1911.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
' For Florida and South: 8:18 A. M. and
17:35 P. M? 1:09 A. M. Charleston.
For Norfolk: "8:10 and 9:00 A. M , ?3:? P
M.. 4:10 P. M., ?'7:00 P M.
For N. & W. R34, West: 6:15 A M., 10:00
A. M . '3M P. M., ?::? P. M.
ror Petersburg: 1:00 A. M.. ?:18 A. M.,
-.10 A. St., S:1S A. M , 9:00 A. M.. 10;CO
A. it., ?3:00 P. M.. 1:10 P. M.. 6:05 P. M..
?7:00 P. II.. 7:35 P. M.. 9:30 P. M.. 11:46 P. M.
Fur r;o!ii5bor0 and Fayettevlhe: *1:10 P.M.
Trains arrivo Richmond dally: 6:29 A. it.,
[C:l? A. M.. 6:55 A. M., *S:S7 A. M.. '?><>.?
M., 1:40 A. M., "11:45 A. M . ?2:00 P. M.,
:I5 P. M.. 6:05 P. M., C:35 P. M., 6:00 P.
it., 9:? P. M.. "10:i6 P. M.. 11:30 P. M.
?Except Sunday: **Sunday only.
Time of arrival and departure and con?
nections not guaranteed.
C. S. CAMPBELL. D. P. A.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
N. B.?Following schedule figures published
u information and not guarantees*
4:10 A M.~Laily?Local for Charlotte, Dur.
bam ana It >>? .:>. 10:46 A. 14.? Dally?Llrul>
?d?For all points South. Drawing Room
Ruttel Sleeping Car to Ashovllle. N. C. S:00
P. M. Ex. Sun.?Local for Durham and In?
termediate atatlons. 6:00 P. M. Ex. bun.?
Keysville Local. 11:45 p. 1A.?Dally?Limited
?For all points South. Pullman ready ac 9:34
P. M.
YORK RIVER LINE.
4:10 P. M. ?Ex. Sun.?T? Weei PL. conoeot- I
log for Baltimore lion., Wod. and Frl. 6:00
A. M.'-Ex. Sua. and ?:16 P U.-Uon., Wed.
I and Frl ?Local to West Point.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
From the Uouth: 6:60 a. at.. S:06 P.
dally: 8:40 A. M. Ex. Bur,.; 12:66 Ex. Hud.:
! 3:00 P. U. dully. From West Point: S:M A.
114. Dcly; V ;3i A. U Wed. and Frl.; 4:7? P.
I 11. Suu.
B. 9. BURGESS. D. P. A.,
lialn St "Phon? Umllsnn 4?l
Ric?ioml.FreileriCaSu'g & Potomac LR.
TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND.
Loavo Richmond
i ?fi.3 1 A.M. BjrdSt.SU.
1 ?.1.12 A.M. Main St. Sta.
I ?0.."?A.M. Bird St.Sta.
?7.30 A.M. Main Kt.Sto.
I ?8.40 A.M. Ilrrd St. .sta.
: * 12.01 noon lljrd St. Sta.
I f4.no P.M. liird St. Sta.
! H.I6 P.M. I li,a Station.
, ?5.1,7 P.M. Main St. sta.
I ?8.20 P.M. BtrdSt. Sta.
Arrive Hlohmoud
?7.50 A.M. BtrdSt.Sta.
>\ 1.25 A.M. Lila Station.
HUM A.M. Hjrd Ht.Sto
M.U P.M. Main St.Sta.
?2.45 P.M. Bird St.Sta.
??7.25 P.M. Bjrd St.Sta.
?0.10 P.M. lUr.i St.Uta.
?0.40 P.M. Main si. Sta.
?11.05 P.M. Main St. Sta.
? 1 2 .SOnUbl B)rd St.Sta.
ACCOMMODATION THAINS?WEEKDAYS.
I.ear* Bird St. St?. 1J10 P. M. for Fredfrlcksbanr.
Leave Klbi Stn. 7.50 A. M.,ti.-.lll P. M. lor Ashland
Arfire ll/rd St. Sta. S.26 A.M. from Krrderlcfcsli'g.
Arrive Kllia Sta. tl.3i> A.M..A.30 P.M.from Asbland.
'Daily. fWeekdays. ?Sundaya oaly.
All trains to oi from Byrd Street Station
(except tiaina leaving 5.30 a. in. and arriving
, i-;;r, night) stop at Elba. Time of arrivala and
I depa-'uics not guaranteed. Read the signs.
' Illflt.Mt?.M> AND rilKstl'MKI! BAY
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Schede:? of electric trains to and from
Ashland stopping at Intermediate stations
ufon signal: l.v. Richmond (Broad and
' 1 aurol sis ). ?6:06, ?7:10. 8:)0b. 0:10. ??10.10.
: U 10 A M.; 1:10. 2:10. 3:10. 4:I0b, 6:10. 6:2?,
7-io ?:10o, h :I0. 11:46 P. M. Lv. Ashlx!)*,
?6 61 7b, 8. Sb. 10. ?Ml A. M.. "13 M_. ???.
y. s. 4. ib. 6. 7, 8. ?b. 11 P. at.
'Dally except Sunday. ??Sunday or.ly.
1.1 ail imp, la,i;ll?
Richmond & Petersburg Electric Railway
Cars leu.e Muachcaiur. gevaalb and Perry
Streets, tor Petersburg:
?6. 7. 8, ??, 10, 11, ?19 A. M? 1. 2, *8, 4, t,
??5:45. ?6. 7. 6, ??. 10 P. M.
11:00 P. M. for Cheater, 12:00 midnight for
? Petersburg,
Cars leave Petersburg, foot ?f Sycamore
j Sliest, tor H?nchen ar:
15:1.'., 1:81, ?** :16. ?;:16. t:3i. ?10:36. 11:11
' A. tel.. 12:36. *1:J6, 2:?. 3.36. ?4:35. 6:15. 4:66.
?7:16, f.ll. 'j.JA. '10-.40, 11:40 P. at.
?Dally except Sunday anal holldaya
?Carrie* bailgag* and exprece.
??Limited, except Sundays and holidays,
All cars from Petersburg connect with
cars fo. HlchmonaV
llieWetitiiieA,<^Oa
- AUCTIOHKEJIS
Big Auction Sale
at
The Val entine Auction Co.!
618 East Broad St.,
To-Day, Wednesday, Sep?
tember, 6th,
commencing- at 10:80 o'clock.
Wo will soil for account of various
parties household furniture of all
kinds. Including about 25 loads packed
up In Tear lot of our salesrooms which
must be sold at once. Don't miss this
sale.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.
Win. n. Plzzlnl Company.
Auctioneers.
No. 728 Hast Main Street, City.
AUCTION SALB
OF
SPLENDID FARM OF ?? 2-8 ACRES,
DIRECTLY ON THE BROAD
STREET ROAD. ABOUT SEVEN
MILES FROM RICHMOND. AT THE
JUNCTION OF THE SPRING FI ELD
ROAD.
At the request of the owner, who
has determined to sell, we will sell
' the abovo property at public auction,
' on
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER ?. 1911,
at 4 o'clock P. M..
weather permitting.
The above farm lies beautifully,
fronting on two prominent roada, and
consists of about 80 acres cleared and
1 tho balance In woods. Also contains
I about 150 fruit trees.
TERMS: Liberal, and announced at
sale.
Conveyance will leave auctioneers'
office at 3 P. M for those Interested
to attend.
Wat B. PtZ?:INI CO..
Auctioneers.
High Constable's Sale
I will sell by public auction, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 8TH DAY OF
SEPTEMBER, 1911. S O'CLOCK P. M..
at my storehouse, No. 1300 East Frank?
lin, the following propeny. to satisfy
distress warrants nnd executions In
my hands: Bureaus, Washs'.inds, Type?
writer, three Electric Fans, fine lot cf
OfTIco Furniture, fine Awning, Iron
S*fe, ctJ.
TERMS: Cash.
W. H. WTATT. JR.,
, II. C. C. R.
iUal C?ajcjo^!?>alt\
FOR SALE.
Handsomo four-passenger
"Waverly Electric" Automobile
This car has been but little used:
Is In excellent condition, . n-i is of?
fered for sale solely for want of use.
Can bo bought for about ono-half of
original cost It sold at once.
C. L * H. L. DENOON.
S21 East Main Street.
tfcauroaDS.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
7 :t0 A. ?Local?Dally?Newport Newa
t&:3? A.?Local.?Dally ? Ch'vlllc. Kx. Sun.
Thurmond.
tJ:00 A.?Express?Dally?Norfolk. Old Polsit.
tl0:00 A.? Local ? ii?lly?L;??bg, Let C. Forge.
?2:011 P.?Express?Dally?Cln.-L-vir,e.
t4;(W P.?Express?Dolly ?Norfolk. N. Netra
6:00 P? Local?Dally?N. News. Ola Point.
5:15 P.?Local ?Ux. Sunday?Gordonsvllle.
?5:15 P.?Local ?Ex. Sunday?Lohbs, Natural
Brldice, Clifton Forge.
??:2S P.?Limited?Dally?Cincinnati. Chicago.
?11:00 P.?Express,?Dally?Cincinnati, L'vllle.
?Sleepers. ll'arlor cars.
TRAIN'S AHHIVE RICHMOND?Local from
East: S:M A. M? 7:50 P. M. Through from
East: 11:30 A. IS., t-.il P. M.
Local from Wont: *'S:30 A. M.. 0:50 A. M.
nnd 7:15 P. M. Through: 7:00 A. M., 2:45
?. M.
James River Llrjo: ?S:S\5 A. M.. ?:I5 P. M.
??Dnlly except Sunaay.
Norfolk and Western Railway
ONLY ALL It AIL LINE TO NORFOLK.
Schedule In Effect May 14. ULL
Leave Byrd Street station, Richmond. FOIl
NORFOLK; bS:10 a. M., ?9:00 A. M.. ?3.oe p.
al.. M:10 P. M , b7:00 P. U.
FUR L-NCHBURO AND THE WEST:
??:15 A it.. 'lua? A. M.. aJ:00 P. _.. '?M,
P. ?.
Arrive Richmond from Norfolk. _tl:?0 A.
iki bll:45 A. M.. ?4:35 P. M? UIO:^ i'. _..
I '11-30 P. M. From the Wast: ?6:45 A. If..
a2:i)0 P. M., b2:15 P. M., ?6:03 P. M . UM P. U.
?Dally. aDally ex. Sunday, bsunday only.
Pullman Parl-jr and Sleeping Cars, Cuts
Dining Cara C a. BOSLEY,
D. P. A.. Richmond. Va.
REV ILL. a. P. >.. Hosnok? Va
BEABOABU .\1H LINA,
i Southbound trains scheduled to leave Rich
inomi dally: 0:10 A. I*.?Local to N'orllna
1:20 P. M.? Sleepers and coaches, Atlanta,
Birmingham. Savannah, Jacksonville and j
Florida points. !>:S0 P. M.?Sleepers and ?
cosc-hci, buvanuah, Jacksonville anil Florida |
points. 11:13 P. M.?Sleepers and coaches. At- j
unto, Birmingham. Memphis nnd the South- ;
west. Northbound trains scheduled to arrlv*
In Richmond dally: *:? A. 14., 7:23 A. _.,
6:00 '? M . t. to P. M._
NORFOLK SOUTHERN
Lt. Norfv.K. '?:*> and *U A. si.. ?? *. U, |
lor Eastern I..- .... and tu, South.
Lv. Raleigh: 'C:l? A. M.. ?3 and ??:_> P. M..
for Eastern Carolina and Not folk.
Pullman Sleeping Cars betweeu Norfolk,
Raleigh; also Goldsboro and Norfolk.
?i .-: il? Ex. Bus.
C. D. LEGRANDE, O, A.. American Natlooa
Bank. 'Phone Monroe 1627. Richmond.
W. W. CRQXTON. O. P ?_. Norfolk. Va
^Steamboats.
OLD DOMINION LINE
Lv. Richmond tout of Ash ?L dally.7:00 P. M.
Newport Ntwi.5:00 A. M
Arrive Norfolk.e.OO A M.
Connects with main lino steamers leaving
Norfolk for New York dally except Sunday
' 7 ii r. M. Connections gist, mads hjr N A
\V. Ry. 3 P. M. and C. 4 O Ry. at 4 P. M.
Night Lino steamers stop at ClaretnoDt to
I lM,d or receive passuiigera on signal.
? TIUU1NIA NAVIGATION CO.?Aames Rival
? oj daylight for Norfolk, Old Point, Nsw
pert ."Sc-wa and all Jumes Rival landings.
st.-,ii..ir leaves Monday, Wednesday and
PiIday st '.:30 V. M. Freight received tor all
James River landing?. 'Phone Madison 171
Alain ticket Off lew, kit 8?- M? n ?I reel
Baltimore $team Packet Co
EQulpped wllh wireless telegraphy.
TO BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH VIA
NORFOLK A.NU OLD POINT.
Leave Richmond Dally, Including Sunday, via
N & W. Ry. 8:00 P. M., Norfolk ?:20 P. M.
(? A O, ity. t:cv P. M? O'd Point 7.30 P M
O. D. B. S. Co. 7:00 P. M. tone day in Nor?
folk).
Nnv. Co fl-.IO A. M. (Monday. Wednes?
day nn.l Friday!.
Tickets at uU offl.-es. For atnteroom* ap?
ply to Ii. M. HOY KIN. Agert. SU0 East Main
FtresL
FALL TOURS!
to the
1 Medlterrnnenu, Italy, S? Itzerlnnd, and
South of l-'rnncr.
81G0. up. All expenses Included.
"ASK MR. BOWMAN."
706 East Main Streot, Richmond. Va.
Merchants and Miners Transportation Co
Norfolk to Boston, Mas*,, and
Providence, R. I
Steamers leave Norfolk for Boston. Sun.,
Tues. and Frl.; for Providence, Hon.. Wad.
and Sat. at 7 P. M. Passengers and freight
taken tor all ..aw England ?...!? ? Tlcksts
on sale at office C, * O. Ry.. 14. a W. By.,
B. II. Uowman. 70? East Main, and Richmond
Transfer Co.. So? East "Cain.
&eal ??tart for ?ale.
W? ?tu loan foop twMy ?m. WMVM
roona Baal Xsta-ta, flnrt m-ortr-as?, W
Bit txtu ??}*?. . ? .
Why Take Less?
Swtfon ?ale?^<Xni?JBap.
by N. wr"lfow?r~& SonT
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S SAUE
OF
DWELLING NO. 122 6 WE3T CART
STREET. AND ADJOINING VAC.VNT.
LOT. AND A VACANT LOT IN THE
REAR. ON THE EAST SIDE OF
SHORT STREET.
In execution of a deed of trust, dated
August 31, 1008. recorded In the Chan?
cery Court of the city of Richmond, In
D. B. 198-A, page 202. I will sell by
auction, on thn premises, on
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1911.
at 5 o'clock P. M? '
the desirable property above referred
to.
The dwelling has seven good rooms,
and Is located on the street corner.
It will mako a most comfortable homa
or a good Investment proposition. The
lots, both on Cary Street and on Short,
can be advantageously Improved and
made to pay well.
This property will be sold either as
a wholo or In three subdivisions, as to
the trustee may cppcar best at tb.8
time of salo.
TERMS: Cash.
STUART BOWE.
Trustee.
N. B.?Tho auctioneers ero prepared
to loan on tho property a very largo
portion of tho purchaso money for a
term of years.
TheWentineAuction Ca
AUCTIONEERS
Old EA.ST BROAD ST.
MOTOR DELIVERY WAGONS AT
AUCTION.
Wo will sell at public auction, on
THIS WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 8,
at 1 o'clock P. M..
In front of No. - 318 North Fourth"
Street, two Motor Delivery Wagons,
with tops. Those machines aro spe?
cially adapted for groceries, laundries,
bakers and any light delivery.
MERCHANTS' MOTOR DELIVERY
CO.. INC.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO..
Auctioneers. .
auction S&ale?, Jfutur^ 3Baps>
COMMISSIONERS' SALB
OP
VALUABLE FARMING LANDS IN THE
COUNTY OF CULPEPER. NEAR
THE TOWN OF CULPEPER. AND
VALUABLE BUSINESS AND RESI?
DENCE PROPERTY IN THE TOWN
OF CULPEPER.
Under and by virtue of a decree of
the Corporation Court of the city of
Alexandria, In the chancery cause of
Fannon et als. vs. Virginia Safe De?
posit and Trust Corporation, the un?
dersigned special commissioners will
offer for sale, at the front door of tho
courthouse for Culpeper county. Va.,
at 12 o'clock M..
SATURDAY, SETEMRER 16, 1911,
tho following described real estate:
Elrst. The tract or parcel of land
known as Bell Pare, containing 322
ncres, formerly owned by C. J. Rlxey,
and on which he formerly resided, sit?
uated near tho town of Culpopor, on
the public road loading from the town
of Culpopor to Brandy Station.
This Is very desirable property, ly?
ing on tho new macadamized road: the
land Is fertile, Is a beautiful situation
for a home, has a good dwelling, a
large, commodious barn nnd other out
houses, has several fields well set In
old sod, and Is well adapted to either
stock raising or dairying. All of tho
land Is cleared and is well adapted to
the use of machinery.
Second. That certain tract of land
known as "Cleveland," situated about
two miles north of the town of Cul?
peper, containing about 273 acres, more
or less, and adjoins the Boll Pare tract
above described. This is an excellent
tract of land, and Is well adapted to
all kinds of crops raised in this sec?
tion; Is vorv accessible to the town of
Culpeper. and would make n very at?
tractive homo.
Third. That certain tract known as
the "Tallaferro'.' farm, about one mllo
north of the town of Culpeper, on tho
line of the Southern Railway, and on
the road from Culpeper to Nalle's MilL
I containing about 120 acres. This is an
j excellent tract of land, all cleared,
nnd would make a most attractive resi?
dence site.
Fourth. The lot nnd dwelling In tho
I town of Culpeper at the extension of
Spencer and Commerce Streets, on
which there is located n large, com
| for table dwelling, stables und out?
houses This is a desirable property,
and Is suitable either for business or a
residence.
Eifth. The tract or parcel of land
I known as "Tho Fair Grounds." about
on,; mile from the town of Culpeper.
containing about 60 acres, on the road'
from Culpeper to Brandy, where tho
annunl horse shows of the Culpeper
Horse Show and Racing Association
are held, from which source a largo
revenue Is derived each year. This Is
an excellent piece of property. It has
I on It a large dwellinsr and numerous
stables and paddocks, and other hulld
i intrs. and the land Is of an excellent
I quality, It la all down In old sod. It
j Is a beautiful situation for a reslilonce.
Sixth. The lot or parcel of land
j about one-half of a mile from the town
I of Culpeper. on the road from Culpepe*
to Brandy, known .i^ the '"Tallaferro"*
lot. containing about 16 acres. This
Is a very attractive lot. and would
make an excellen* place for a party
dor-lrlnir a small place near town.
TERMS OF SALE: One-thtrd cash,
and the balance In six nnd twelve
i months, the deferred payments to ho
evidenced by the notes of the pur?
chaser or purchasers, bear Inn Interest
at the rate of 6 per cent per annum,
and the title to be retain* 1 -ntll all
the purchase money Is paid: or, Mt tho
option of the. purr.ha.icr or purchasers,
ail cash may be paid. A deposit of 3
per cent of the purchase price will be
required of nl! purchasers as sown fts>t
the property is cried off to them, and
If ?uch deposit is not made the Proj>-?
erty so cried off will be put up and
resold immediately
<;.\ RDNER L ROOTHE,
SAMUEL G. RRENT.
R. C L MONCURE,
HOWARD W, SMITH.
J. O HI DEN.
Special Commissioners.
VIRGINIA IN THE CLERK'S OFFTOBfl
OE THE CORPORATION COURT
OF THE CITY OE ALEXANDRIA:
Thomas .1 Fannon Ol als.Plaintiffs
ngalrrt
Virginia Safe Deposit and Trust
Corporation .Defendants
I. Novell S. Orcenv.ay. clerk of tha
sa'.il court, do certify that the bond
required of the lal commlsslonsrnf
hv the decree entered In said cause on
the ?6th <5?ty of June, 1911, has been
dulv glvep by Gardner L. Roothe
Given under my hand as "clerk of
said court this. Ith dav of August l?ll.
NEVELL S. ORE EN w At
Clerk. <
By Lewis N Duffy. X). 0?i

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