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?reater Rlokmond'a Greater Newspaper
? 4BR BATEST WANT AND REAL ES?
TATE HKUIUM IN VIRGINIA, AND
ONE OF THE UEST IN AMERICA.
Want Ad Rates
I ID kfleet Juno It, ltU.
Dally, one cent per Trord when paid
advance. Nu Ad. taken for less than '
ten ccuta.
One and one-half cent* ? word all '
cluaalttcutlona except Situation Wanten
for Sunday. Situation Wuutcd, one cent
b word. No Ad, Sunday taken for leaa
(bun fifteen centa.
No. Ada. token for leaa than l"tui<- j
Bve centa vrben phoned In or charged ]
at the uiUDtar,
I'hone ordera not guaranteed.
C'laaalduatlun not suerunteed after
? :3l? p. M.
For bnaineaa contraria, aend for the
Wunt Ad. lluot uboua Monruo t.
XAJttl (4UU JfliU.UO '
LOST, ON MONUMENT AVENUK, SUN
day afternoon, child's tvhlle bat,
trimmed v>uli daisies ami Muck vel?
vet; also sliver net purse. Reward
If returned luu." J'ark Avenue.
Itfmy UAstaiiuu. ixuut.
>vA?Tl\tu, folt^u. a. AKanT.^AiJem?
bodied, unmarried men, between hges
of eighteen and tblriy-ilve; oltlxma
of United Stales; of good eharfictel
and temperate habits, wno can apeai:
read and write the English languugo.
For Information apply to ltecruiiiiiu
Officer, 820 E. iiroud St.. Richmond,
Va._._
"WANTED, A REGISTERED PHARMA
cist; unrnarrlcu man preferred. \V.
IL EREY. Petersburg, Vu.
BARBER WANTED. ?ppl-Y H. E.
JONES. Jefferson Hotel.
l#TENOQRAPHERB. MAUS, AHE ai.
ways in demand. Let us teacji you
and then secure you a position. Day |
and evening sessions. MASSEY BUS?
INESS COLLEGE_
WANTED. YOUNG MEN TO L.SARJS
the automobile business; positions j
scoured competent graduates. RICH?
MOND AUTO SCHOOL. ?1? W. Broad ;
Street.
I WANTED, COOPER ON TIGHT work.
State experience and salary ex?
pected. F 68?, care Tlmee-Dlspatch.
Wanted, mbn~t3"leTr1<*'b^rbi',k
trade: few weeks required; steady
posltlons for cumpotent graduates,
wonderful dumand for barbers. Free i
booklet. RICHMOND BARBER COL
, LEGE, Richmond. Va._1
?HVANTED. A STEADY WHITE MAN
to work on dairy farm; wages. 115
monthly. Apply at Lexington Hotel
bar room, Twelfth and Main, between i
10 and 11 A. m. Tuesday._ I
HA VING DECIDED TO MAKE DIB-j
cases of children s specialty, I
want a competent man to take my
practice h?re. Z. l. WEAVER, m. D., |
mtddletown, Va-_
Printer wanted, ? we .need
young man with several years' cx-j
perience In job composllton and make !
ready on Job presses. Steady work
for the right party. Answer quick.
Address Box 4SS, I'uluskl, Va.
4t?? GET A GOVERNMENT POSN j
tlon ISO month. Mull postal for lUt
, of positions open. FRANKLIN IN?
STITUTE. Dept. 884 J. Rochestor. N.
Y. _
[WANTED. ONE COMPETENT SASH
and door maker at once. Steady!
work; good pay. FARMVILLE MAN?
UFACTURING COMPANY. Farmvllle,
va._;_I
PLUMB I NO, ELECTRICITY OR BRICK- j
l.iylnK taught In tlirue months. Po- ?
sltlons secured. Catalogue free.'
GREAT 10 A STERN trade SCHOOL.
66 East Thirty-second Street, New ;
1 ork City._;
?Uuarton? Wf?anWi. i?aii.
Sti-:<';fftTErtED ASSISTANT P"HAP.MA-1
cist open for reliuf work while at?
tending college. Can give good
hours. Capability conllrmcd. D 6s8,
care TImes-DUpatch.
wantTsdTbt YO?T^?TmAn OF~Tiort7\? '
habits, position *? rods to an on civil i
engineering corps; am now employed
In this city; can furnish best of ref?
erences. Address L 763. care Times
Dispatch.
f< >si Ti?N w?NTEri by r.xi'Erti-"
eir-ed bookkeeper and stenographer j
^dd^e..H L. J. H, ?ox 202. Franklin.:
.TV A NTED, POSITION^ cj?TtMFIC?^ i
tions: .Latin. French, music and Eng
llsh; references exchanged. Address'
MISS L, care Postmaster. Victoria,
Vn._I
~h A l E8MAN, THOROUGHLY EXPE
rlenced, ?lesir?s to ^et with g'V'ri
K?tii'.? furnishing or shoe firm; besl
references. TINDER. r.lT, North
Eleventh Street.
#rtj) (Uaanteb, Jf finale.
CHlLS' be 'YnDKPKNDF.NT' by ma Pe?
tering Fhorthand and typewriting.
Our Gregg system Is eav%; rates rea?
sonable and a position Is sure.
masset business COLLEGE.
feUuatujn?'JGSantt?. :ffcmair.
Hfl lVfROU^lYLY^?>UtrXT ED VOUN/5
woman, Al references, wants po?
sition as clerk or assistant book?
keeper. H 602, care Times-Dispatch.
^ESd^ub'a good"'STENOGRAPHER"'
Is telephoned us dully. We need
more ambitious boys and girls
to study our courses and get ready .
tor good paying places. Day and
evening sessions. Reasonable rates
of tuition. MASSEY BUSINESS COL
LEGE._;
AfttiatCotuc? ^j^?fgng^ j
WANTED. A P?smON* AS ffv^Rjf- '
ess In a private family. Will teach '
English and Latin. MIS* GOVElt,
Round Hill, V.u_
?TAECHER?GOVERNESS, CULT 1VAT~
cd, refined woman, Nortli German;
taught In first schools In the North,
foreign languages, music, English,
Intermediate branches; desires posi?
tion In refined home. Address
?T 138. care Times-Dispatch._J
A-cmiUiihi.
'SIRS. "CHARLESf K^"""BO~vi'ERS, I'lSj
Bast Frank Stre6t. hundsomely ftp-,
pointed rooms, with board; table
board a specialty. i
"WANTED, BOARDERS AT~3~lT"i^ykt'
Franklin: also table boarders. MISS'
. i-ALMORE.
WANTED, BOARDERS FOR LARGE,
desirable rooms; nlso table boarders.I
? 200 East Grace.
?Earn?B^E~R?OMT''\v iti i boa rd .'
also tablt) boarder*. l'Jl E. ilmce.
HENRY CLAY INN, ASHLAND. VA .
MRS. T?TE P, CHEN ERY, Manager.
Good table; popular rates._ I
$ouitri>, $et anb libtx ?tocb |
SyjR 'sXLEp'GOOD^DRiV^ I
seven years old, city broke, j, W.
WINFREE, Seventh find ByrtL
FOR SXLF. PRIVATELY," a" FINE
driving horse, trnp and harness; ;
horse dark hay, seven years eld and
afraid of nothing; it is one of the ;
fastest and bost drivers In the city:
soiling for no fault, but want of use,
THOS, ft, CHOST, Market and High
?Stroots, Petersburg, Va; _
JrlBRE'? YOUR CHAN?EJ T? GET'
young Barred Rock cockerels for the |
winter shows; bred from prize-win- i
nersi $2 to $5 each. Visitors wel
come. CEO, A, CAR Y, Highland!
Park, City. Phone 1R04-.I Madison. |
^iintii ?nportuniticr.
r?R~salb.-^25?00?"" WIlV("^BUY "'a
mamffaoturlng business established ,
twontyrrjve years. RcaJ estate worth
i J ft 000 j new buildings, Address D
I?, oaro Tlmes-Dlspatcb, !
DAILY PUZZLES
What city?
ANSWnit I' vKSTK??:?.. T-Ji HIIKttLfti
Doctor.
Jfoi-?ale.
K?K SALI'. VIRGINIA III'IAY WINTER
outs of our own growing. LFWIS
G1NTEK USU AND IMPROVE-:
MENT CO.. Richmond. Va.
WAtJMNH TO HIT IT TUf, Vl?BBEK
Urea put on promptly.-at RICHARD
BON ui'.ori'.. t>iu Brook Avenue.
ST H U CTL'ilAL /KON, oTl'KL AND j
pipe of every description cut to order.
CLARENCE CO.SHV. Ii*? East Ca'y
_Street. RUjlunond. Va.
FOR HADE, PERFECT DE LUXE EDI- \
tlon of Oscar Wilde; 15 volumes; cost
$250; price ?4,5. C. E. G? 220 Oxford
_nidg.. Washington. D. C._
FIltST-CLAMH SODA WATER. CIGAR !
and confectionery More, on Church i
mil; average receipts dully $15:
monthly Mtorr ?.xpentres ahout 110. j
H 6.1?, care Times-Dispatch.
WE CARRY A FULL STOCK OF BU8I
ness wagons, suitable for every use.
both tops and open. Can supply your
wants at once. No waiting, (live ut
Call. A. MEYER S SONS. 731 E. Cary
Street._
LADY LEAVING CITY. WISHES TO
sacrifice Stein way piano, nearly new;
also Victrola, with 250 records; must
be jfild at once, as we leave this
week. Address II., care Tlmcs-Dls
patch.
?ftegi gjftate tot ?&u._
f6n sale"or rent.', on'^ashIIand
car line, new dwellings, from four
to ten rooms, two to five acres. POL?
LARD & BAOBY. Richmond, Va. _
FOR EXCHANGE?EQUITY IN BRICK
tenement property. Newport News,
netting ? per cent, on twenty-five
thousand dollars, for clear, well lo?
cated residential property In Rich?
mond or high class suburban lots.
Address OWNER, P. O. Box ?82,
Norfolk, Va.
FOR SALeT 1 N~WX>OD LAND~H eI GH TS.
Thirtieth Street and Sprint Hill,
magnificent home, built by present
owner for a home. Nine rooms and
bath; modern in every way. Built of
the very best material Uirou^h
ouL Privet hedges; beautiful, large
porches; hot wuler beat; larij^. nice
lawn. lx>t 32x148. 1'rlce right to
(julok purchaser. B 600, care Tlmes
Dlspatch.
&oomjs for vvent_
the TfoAjioKE Tu north eighth
Street, hundhomely and newly-fur?
nished rooms throughout; single, en
suite; transients; permanent.
FOR RKNTi NICELY FURNISHED
roumM. 71? East Marshall,
?j w <)' Tino Li f oil < 'um mi: n i i: at i n <;
rooms, with oath, for gentlemen;
Franklin Street, between Third and
Fifth Streets Phone Madison 1177.
WANTED. O E N TLE M AN OCCljPANT
for nicely furnished room, conveni?
ent to bath; central location, south
of Broad. Reference. Phono Madi?
son 6071. _
TWO i nF?RniSI 1 eD ROOMS ON
first floor. Ill East Cnry Street.
Phone Madison l.V.'6-l.._
i\ooms (KUantcrj.
WANTED? TWO OR Tl ik EE ROOMS,
furnlshod or unfurnished, for light
housekeeping. j 64S, care Tlmes-Dls
patch._
iBoarb cl'?iautfu.
YOUNG "IIa?>Y"ijKS 1 RES BOARD ^iN
South Richmond: quiet family pre?
ferred; references. Address 11 600.
care Times-Dispatch.
personals.
SPECIAL PRICES FOR THE FIRST
WEEK OF OCTOBER. SUITS DE?
SIGNED AND EXECUTED TO SUIT
THE INDIVIDUAL TASTE OF THE
MOST FASTIDIOUS. WINTERS &
DOLEZAL, 203 1-2 N. SIXTH ST.
SPECIAL NOTICE.?ON ACCOUNT of
THE WARM WEATHER YOU CAN
HAVE YOUR SUIT MADE BY THE
EXPERT NEW YORK LADIES.
TAILOR FOR $35.00 FOR THE NEXT
WEEK. J. KATZ, 200 X. FIFTH
STREET.
HUMAN HAI" BOUGHT AND SOLD
nt HUGHES'S. 206 N'orrh Third
-A.*-._. _._a
&\UUntvp.
WE ARlT'NOv/ prepared to show
our line of f jII and winter millinery,
popular tailored and trimmed huts.
Large line of unlrlmmed shapes. Our]
line of ready-made garments all new
and correct styles for fall and win?
ter. It will pay you to look. Alter?
ation free. MRS. JULIUS BEAR,
ill.: Ka3l Muin Street.
.fiances.
WANTED, iili. PUBLIC TO know
that JAKNKK BROS, Jewelers. l?12
East Muin Street, buy. sell, exchange
nnd REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN 'I'hK
LATEST STYLES. Old j:olu u;;0 Sli?
ver always t?k.-.p lr> ???ei?(i!?
??0(il ano \uaaoi).
KlNDLlNG WOOD. EXCELLENT FO.il
lignt cookniK. $1.5u h-lf-rord. I'ltone
Madison i Ii, SAMUEL li n'JTTkwDi.
.?t SONS.
LONG HAS BEEN IN THE BUSINESS
over Kt years; it's his spaclalty, and
? you c?:i s?ve by ordering oak, pine.
hleUo1'; or slab at summer prices
until September l?th Phone luoo
1070. . i
itttscciutueutiit.
'Hvnoi^.vtiUing and .mattresses
PARLOR SUITS. COUCHES AND ODD
pieces reuphotstered, Mattresses
renovated neatly. Sanitary methods;
Reliable work. SYDNOll & HUND?
LEY. '1! Kasi WroiiO. Madison a:M4.
cHOK REPAIRING ~~
76c HALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES, 6Ho
ladies,; every pair sewed: best leath?
er no calls, no pens Royal rub?
ber heels, sSei Tred-Alr rubber heels.
40ci leather neuls rebuilt like new.
25o. DREW'S ELEOTR1C 8HOU
FACTORY. 7if East Main Phone
Monroe 3667._
ANTIQUES.
ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE.
Furniture repaired, poilshod and
packed; upholstering, etc. L. N. All
NALL & SOX, 1617 w. Broad Street.
Phone Madison 6277. ________
' CLEANING ANH PRESSING.
I CALL LA TOUCHR'B. MONROES 841?.
when you want high-class cleaning.
1 pressing, ate. 6 South Second Street.
CANNING FACTORY
IS TOTAL LOSS
Completely Destroyed by Fire, j
Rain Greatly Needed in
Northern Neck.
{.Special to Thu Tlines-Dlapatch J
.Lancaster, Va., October 1.?The can?
ning factory of Thumas M. Wright, at
Hurdlng's Wharf, In the southern part
of Northumberland co*in,ty, ?'us de?
stroyed by fire recently. The low, in?
cluding building, machinery und can?
ned goods, umounted to about $3,00U,
with an Insurance of $2,000. The ori?
gin of the lire is unknown.
All the public primary ait-i grammar
schools* in Lancaster will upon to-mor?
row. The three high schools in the
county opened two weeks ugo, all of
them having an increased attendance
oVei last y.ear.
The Democrats of the Northern Neck
are overwhelmingly opposed to the
proposition to take the counties of
the Northern Neck out of the First
Congress District and put them In tho
Eighth.
in spite of the fuct that this has
been the driest yeur in this section
within thu memory of man. it |?
thought the corn crop will be much
larger than was at one time suppoxed.
Many farmers will make an averago
crop, and in somo favored localities,
where showers of rain were more fre?
quent than In other places, the corn Is
unusually nne. The tomato crop, which
Is u considerable Item In this section,
has been cut short, und the canning
factories have about completed theit
work for the season. The dry weath?
er continues, and the late hay crop Is
threatened with serious damage, and
In many places the water in the wells
in getting very shallow, and some
wells have gone dry. With the excep?
tion of four or live showers, each last
king aot longer than'half an hour, there
has been no rain In this part of tho
Northern Neck since April. Unless
rain comes in the next few days, the
fall crop of Irish potatoes will be a
failure. Just as the earlv crop was.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blackwell, ol
Northumberland county, have Issued
invitation!? to the marriage of their
[daughter, Miss Ella atherlne Blackwell,
to Edgar Davis, of Kockingham. N. C,
the ceremony to take place Tuesday.
October 10. at Liberty Methodist
Church, neaj" ncedvlllc.
Thirty-one young women from the
counties of the Northern Neck and
from those on the south /Ide of the
Rappahannock River, went up on one
steamer last week to enter the Fred
erlcksburg State .Nor/nal School.
Southery B. Hard wick. A prominent
resident of Klnsale. In Westmoreland
county, who was stricken down with
paralysis last week, continues In a
serious condition.
WANTTCdT BY AN EXPERfENCiSD
huntsman, two or three bird dogs to
break; am located forty miles
from Richmond. In good hunting
country: charges reasonable, and can
give reference. Answer quick. Ad
dress C 536, care Times-Dispatch.
want tu, to buy rva lahu. muuss
aeld a*oeda In any quantity. i'Iiom
Madiioc 1851.
8KCON D-HA N D MLA CK IKF. RT OF
et every dascrlptlrn bought at Cull
value. CLARENCE COSBY. 1523 B
Gary St Phona 'fadlaoD ?Ht.
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS,
Open dally from 10 A M. to S P. at.
I Admlxalon tic Fra* on Saturdays.
i _
j The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS.
I_OPBN f A. M TO 5 P. M.
hotels.
THE JEFFERSON
RICHMOND, VA
Coolest Restaurant In the City.
Club Breakfast a Specialty.
Lobby Cooled by Battery of Eleetrlo rsns.
The most magnificent hotel In tha South.
Euioposn plan. Kooms slnfr'.e and en suite,
with and without baths. Spacious sample
rooms.
?.. tni* 'iniTAre
Mrs. Smith
Brockenbrough
Will resume her class in PIANO MUSIC,
on September 27. Ill East Cary Street
Leschetlzky Method Taught.
Piano Instruction
MRS. ADELE ARCHER SMALL
Will resume her classes October 2<l,
11G2 West Avenue.
Miss Morris's School
for Girls
A East Grace Street.
September 25, 1911.
Catalogue at book stores or from llie
principal. MISS SUSIE P MORRIS.
Principal, 1116 West Awiiue
Richmond Academy
I'nrk Avenue mid l.omburdy Street.
A SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
Tenth Session begins September IS.
Call between ? A, .M. and t P. M. Phone
Madison fl-.fi* f?r aS42'J.
WILLIAM I.. PH1NOB, Dean.
McGTJIRE'S
University School.
OI'P, JIONHOE PARK, RICHMOND, VA.
forty-SEVENTH SKSUION begins. Sep?
tember li. TliorBusjh pi'fiiinrjvlion for uni?
versity or calltRe, Lawer School for small
bpys Prlnolpal at. 7 N, Belvldese flt, Cata?
logues at baolc steses er by mal), phone
Madlaon M7< JOHN P. M'fltri rk,
_ _ _ Prlnolpal,
_ .- -... : ..-.u_ga
ftummer fceaorta.
NATURAL BRIDGEHOTCL
t on HKST u>. 'HRATION.
Virginia's leading an-the-yoar Mo'un
a|n Resort, FJne fiQtel- write for
looulei ana rates. Address
?*/, G. HAMILTON. Maaeaes,
He Successfully Swindles Alex?
andria Merchants Out of
Small Amounts.
[Special to' The Times-Dispatch 1
Alexundria, Va., October 1.?Suc?
cessfully swindling two Alexondrlu
grocerymen out of (23.28. a dappei
looking stranger about thirty-live
years old, representing- himself as C.
i: Cox, superintendent of the Alexan?
der Fertiliser und Chemical Company's
plant, hus left for purts unknown, and
the police have been asked to look up
"Mr. Cox." The game worked by the
stranger was a new one to his victims,
who Included J. C. Mllburn, 113 North
1 toy a I Street, and William Rogers, 1203
King Street.
Before beginning his operations he
learned that C. E. Cox Is superintend?
ent of the fertilizer factory 'u ques?
tion, a ml- hud lived until recently at
91C Cameron Street, but now lives a
Roscmont, west of this city.
Accordingly, he made the check to
C. E. Cox. The check, was drawn on
the Broad Street Bank, of Richmond,
and was signed "M. Levy." Above the
name, printed with a rubber stamp,
was "Richmond Insurance Company,"
and beneath Levy's name waB the word
"Agent," also printed with a rubber
stamp. In the upper left-hand corner
of the check, also printed with a rub?
ber stamp, was the following: "Rich?
mond Insurance Company, Mutual
Building." The check in each instance
wus for the sum of $20.
Entering the store of Mr. Mllburn,
the alleged Mr. Cox purchased groceries
amounting to $$.89 ai:<j tendered the
check in payment. He was Informed
by Mr. Mllburn that the latter was
not In the habit of cashing checks for
strangers. The man appeared slightly
peaked over the announcement, al?
though he waited for final action on
the part of Mr. Mllburn. The latter
looked up the name In the city di?
rectory and ascertained that a C. E
Cox did live ut 916 Cameron Street!
and that he was superintendent of the
fertiliser factory. Ho then cashed the
check, and gave the stranger the necos
sary change, which was $11.11. The
stranger, before departing, requested
that the goods be s ut to the house
about 4 o'clock In the afternoon. Com?
plying with the request, Mr. Mllburn's
driver, going to the house, ascertained
that Thomas Cook, local manager for
Armour At Company, lived at the house,
end Mr. Cook explained that no such
order had "been given. The driver, upon
going to the home of Mr. Cox, In Rose
tnont, also discovered that no such
order had been given. Returning to
Mr. Mllburn with the groceries, Mr.
Mllburn realized that he had been
swindled.
The stranger also pursued the same
tactlos at the grocery store of Wil?
liam Rogers. 1202 King Street, and,
presenting the chjeck for $20, got
$12.17. after purchasing groceries
amounting to $7.88. Mr. Rogers also
soon discovered that he had been
swindled.
At the store of J. R. Mansfield, 517
King otruet, Mr. Mansfield refused to
cash the check after the man pur?
chased a small stove and tendered a
$20 check in payment for it. He, how?
ever, directed the stranger to the bank
next door and the man soon vanished.
SMITH PORTRAIT
FOR STATE HOUSE
Will Be Presented by North
Carolina Sons of Revo?
lution.
Raleigh, N. C, October 1.?The North
Carolina Society, Sons of the Revolu?
tion, is proparlng to present this year
to the State, for place on the walls of
tlie executive offices in the Stato House,
the portrait of Governor Benjamin
Smith. The presentation is to take
place November 15, and t-he presenta?
tion address will be by Professor Col?
lier Cobb, of the University of North
Carolina, a university man being
chosen especially for the reason that
Governor Smith was a special bene?
factor of the State university, In ad?
dition to being an able Governor of
the State.
Members of the Corporation Com?
mission have just given a hearing to
the citizens of Tarbr.ro and seotlon
and the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
authorities on the question of extend?
ing the run of the Wllmlngton-Rocky
Mount shoo.-fly train to Tarboro, a
change demanded by citizens and op?
posed by the railroad officials. The
commission will not make a ruling
for several days yet.
C. L. Blackwejder is hore from Prov?
idence, N. C. to take the Pasteur treat?
ment to counteract the bite of a dog
that was found to be Infected with
rabies. He Is under treatment at the
Stato Laboratory of Hygiene.
Saturday Professor I.- O. Schaub, of
the United States Experiment Station,
and in charge of the Boys' Corn Club
work by the United States Depart?
ment of Agriculture, had a party of
twenty boys of Wake county enlisted
in the corn club contests this season
here to be shown over tfrie A. and M.
College and given pointers In the mat?
ter of Intensive corn culture and gen?
eral Improvement In farming methods.
Mr. Schaub rays there is a steady and
very rapid Increase the State over In
Improved methods of corn culture.
.\ t the request of the county offi?
cials and the bar of Robeson county,
Governor Kltchln has ordeptd a spe?
cial term of court for the trial of civil
causes to convene October 1 and con?
tinue one week, .ludge Whedhee Is to
preside.
DF.tTHS OF FOUR MKS WHOSE
COMBINED A OK IVA? '14-4 VKAItS
! special lo The Times-Dispatch: 1
Lynchburg. Vn., October 1.?A Lynch
burg undertaker to-doy experienced a
unique Service, when he laid lo rest
the bodies of four old men whose <-oln
blndd age aggregated 8 14 years, nil of
whom dle.rt In and near the city within
a .iliort throe of each other. The flead
won-:
Themas ft', Oreen, lat* registrar ef
the water worlio, ngod ninety year*.
Philip Shant r. retired butcher, ??ed
eighty years.
Michael Bell, retired, sged eighty
six yeurs,
,lamos it, Tumpleton, farmer and
milter, aged eighty-eight years.
I.envoa fos ICnginnd,
[ Speolal to The Tlmee-ras^o-tch. 1
Alexandria, Va., Ootober l.-r-Charles
.1. Coles, senior warden ef Constitu?
tional IyOdge of Masons, Beverly, Eng?
land, who made a visit to Alexandria,
left to-night for New York, and will
eall Wednesday for Ms horns. He spent
vcslerdav and to-day an, tile guest of
Dr. W. M. Smith. During his stay
here he visited Mount Vernon und slso
mado a visit to the lodge roomn of
Alexandria-Washington Lodge of Ma?
sons and viewed Hie relics In that
lodge room
By Richeson ?Sc Crutchfield,
Real Estate Agent? and Auctioneers,
Eleventh and Bank Streets.
Commissioners' Auction Sale of Valuable Improved and
Unimproved Real Estate Situated at the N. E. Comer
of Grove Avenue and Mulberry Street, Consisting of
Fourteen Beautiful and Desirably Located Building
Lots, and that Handsome, Spacious and Attractive
Dwelling, No. 2612 Grove Avenue, for Many
Years Occupied by the Hon. Richard M. Taylor.
J ?
r* S.
In execution of a decree of the Richmond Chancery Court, rendered on the 29th day of July,' 1911,
J in the suit of "Richard M. Taylor vs. Edward M.Taylor et al6," we will, as special commissioners thereby
I appointed, offer for sale by public auction, on the premises, on
[TUESDAY, THE THIRD DAY OF OCTOBER,
1911, at 4 o'Clock P. M?
the above referred to real estate. The dwelling contains twelve rooms, besides kitchen, servants' room,
bath, numerous closets, and furnace heat, and is one of the most comfortable and home-like residences
in that truly delightful and rapidly enhancing locality. ,
Four of said lots front on Grove Avenue, seven on Hanover Avenue and three on Mulberry Street,
the dimensions of which can be obtained from the above plat.
The location of this property is all that could be desired, being in close proximity to two car linea
and on one of the most popular avenues in the city, being second only to Monument Avenue.
It is seldom that such an opportunity as this is afforded the public to buy high-class residential and
investment property, and those in want of such should attend this sale.
TERMS: One-third of the purchase money in cash, and as to the residue, two equal credits of six
; and twelve months, with interest thereon from day of sale, payable semi-annually at the rate of (6%)
[six per cent, per annum, the same to be evidenced by the negoatible notes of the purchaser for the prin?
cipal of such'deferred payments and separate notes for the semi-annual interest to accrue thereon, and
[the title to the property to be retained until all the purchase money shall have been paid.
L. O. WENDENBURG,
ROBT. N. POLLARD,
Special Commissioners.
I certify that the bond required by the above decree of the special commissioners has been duly given.
Given under my hand, this 26th day of September, 1911.
Teste: CHARLES O. SAVILLE, Clerk.
Win. B. Pissinl Co..
Real Estate Auctioneers,
T2S East Main Street.
EXECUTOR'S SALE
OP
NOS. 11 AND UM WEST BACON
STREET.
In order to close an estate, I will
sell at public auction, on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1911.
at 4:SO o'clock P. M..
the above properties, No. 11 being a
brick dwelling of three rooms and No.
11 Vi being a frame dwelling of three
rooms, both in good condition. Lot
65x90 feet to an alley. These houses
are good renters, and will make a
profitable Investment.
TERMS: Liberal, and announced at
sale.
HENRY P. BECK,
Executor of Hannah R. Stengel.
BOY IS CRUSHED
BENEATH ROLLER
I Special to The Tlmes-Diapu.U:h. 1
Hun-isonburg, Va, Ootober 1.?Ellis
Life, twelve years old, while driving 8
pulverizer on his brother's farm, near
Penn Laird, yesterday, fell from the
seat and under tho gigantic roller.
Before night his brother Elbert found
the dead body In a field under the roller
and the horses standing. Every rib
on the left side was broken and the
body was fearfully mashed i>> the
machine, which weighs several tons.
He was a son pf William Life, near
Mctiahoysvjlle.
?tally nay In Sunday School*.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Lynchburg, Va., October 1.?To-nay
was rally day In nearly all of the Pro?
testant Sunday ur.hools nf the city, end
till of the schools had large crowds
present. The rally day was simultane?
ous In Ihn schools by reason of the
work of ihe Adult Bible Class Feder?
ation, which started a six weeks' mem?
bership I'liinpnlgn lest Sunday,
MAN PALLS Ol!T OK WAGON
AND 18 ?BIUOUoLY IN.M Htitl
lSp< elnl to The Tlm,eB-Dleneteh.l
Oludesboro, Vs., Ootober 1.?Preaton
Oox. aged about tlfty years, fell out of
the front end of his wagon Pr|d?y, end
the team beoame frightened and
dragged htm some distance, the waten
running ever his body and.dielooatlnar
hie hip and breaking- his arm. He also
reoelved Internal Injuries, He !? net
I expeoted to live,
Phillips Will Make Addreaa,
I (Spcolal to The TimeB-Dlspatoh.l
I Lynchburg. Va.. October 1.?Dr, A. L
I Phillips, the head of the Sunday soheol
I w<^t?k of 'the (Southern Presbyterian
I Church, has aooepted the Invitation to
make an address at the rally of tho
Sunday schools of Lynohbtirg, to bo
held at the City Auditorium late |n
November. The sohoota wfll papade the
streets bofere |Oh)( te the auditorium.
By E. A. Catlln & Co.,
16 North Eighth Street.
By direction of the owner, who la
giving up business In this community,
I will, on
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3D.
at 5 o'clock P. M ,
on the premises, sell that very desir?
able dwelling In
BARTON HEIGHTS,
situated at the northwest corner of
North Avenue and Home Street. The
lot fronts sixty feet, on which is a
dwelling of eight rooms and bath, and
Is In excellent condition, and either for
a homo or as a1 money-earner, It will
make a fine Investment. The house la
equipped with electricity and Is very
comvenuerntly and desirably planned.
Several parties have offered to lease It
at figures which would be a fine return
on the price which will be accented.
E. A. CATLTN & CO.
Bv J. Thompson Brown * Co.,
1113 East Main Street.
AUCTION SALE
OF
GOOD PAYING PROPERTY,
1419and 1421W. CarySt.
on the premises,
TUESDAY. OCTOBER J.
6 P. M.
The houses contain six rooms utv.Y
two stories, aemi-detached; good, deep
lot;, and oeoupied by good, permanent
tenants at a rental that will) pay 10
per cent, as an investment.
TERMS: One-fourth cash; balance
six. twelve and eighteen months, se?
cured by deed of trust.
J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO..
Auctioneers.
R?ttln & Sloan,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers.
PUBLIC AUCTION SALE
OP
THOSE TWO INVESTMENT PROPER?
TIES, 1028 AND 1030 NORTH SEV?
ENTEENTH STREET.
By direction of the owner, who Is re?
solved to sell, even at a. sacrifice, we
?hall sell by public auction, on the
!? re mines, on
TUESDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 3,
at 6 o'clock,
tlioao two brick and frame dwellings,
ontalniug five rooms each, and paying
a handsome dividend on the price ex?
pected. The lot fronts 40 feat, run?
ning hack to a depth of 77 feet and 6
Inches. The close proximity of this
property to the O, A O. R. R. and In
view of that section becoming a greet,
manufacturing enntre, would make
this properly an unustislly fine Invest?
ment,
TERMS: Llnenl. and announced at
aale.
MUFFIN A SLOAN,
,% Auctioneers.
to Loan
tan.nno to lean In sum* to suit on
Improved property
Pollard & Bagbv
PUBLIC AUCTION SALB
OF
A HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE DETACHED
BRICK DWELLING.
No. 407
E. Clay
At the request of owner, who lo de?
termined to sell, we will offer at pub?
lic auction, on the premises, on
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1811,
at 5 o'clock P. M .
the property, contesting- of a very at?
tractive ten-room detached brick
dwelling-. |n drat-class order. Lot has
good frontage by nice depth to public
alley In rear.
This will make & desirable home or
attractive Investment.
TERMS: Announced at sale.
C. T: k H. L DBNOON,
S!l East Main Street.
By Henry S. Hutzler & Co..
Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALK
OP
Detached Brick
Residence
No. 112 North 20thStreet
ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER t, 1111,
at 4:30 o'clock P. M.
The dwelling contains eight rooms,
bath, closets, etc. Brick outbuildings
for servants. Near to eohool, church,
market and street car lines Good
neighborhood, and will make an at?
tractive home and Investment.
TERMS: Liberal, and announced at
sale.
B'or further Information, see
TIENRY S. IRJTZLER & CO .
Real K?inte Rrokers and Auctioneers.
mis East Main Street.
By Pollard A. Ragby.
AUCTION SALE TO SETTLE EST AT B
OP
Nicest Building Lot on
Church Hill, Immedi?
ately in Front of
Libby Hill Park
THIRTY-SIX* FEET FRONT BY A
GOOD DEPTH,
We will sell at auction,en the event
lies.
THURSDAY, OOTOBBR R. 1?11,
at 8 o'clock 1\ M.,
the nbeve mentioned desirable lot. Th*
property muet be sold t? close the es?
tate. This is by far the prettiest lo?
cation on Church mil,
TERMS: B??y, and aanoea?*d ?4
sale.
apftl/LARB *> flAOBT,
Auctioneer*,

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