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QUBATEST WANT ANW UEAI. ES TATB MWni m IN VIIIUIMA, ANU ONE OK TUB ?BST IN AMERICA. Want Ad Rates la EBtct Juoa 11. is:l Dull}-, one cent per word vsben void In advance No Ad. taken for leaa than ten cent*. One und otie-hnlf ceuta a word all cluaalUeiitlout, except Situation Wanted for Sunday. ..Sltuutlou Wanted, oue veut ? tvurd. No Ad. Sunday lukeu tor lr?m (bun fifteen venia. No, Ada. taken fur leaa than twenty* live veuia nliru ulioued la or charged ut the cuuaier. I'lione orders not guaruutecd. ClnaalUcalloo not guarautrcd after mau 1'. M. for liualueaa vomrncin, ntad for the IVaul Ad. iluui uhour Mnuni? f. vvaWi??r xOCsd "AtT.N~o~^Zi*XiG> tau aLUiouiuuwu uuauiida, j. .>.-...? ,.? Secured couiputeut >?i auuaicd. luOxl* 11u.>U AUIU ov-tlOOL, Jin . ul uau Olle?l_ __ ifou mkt a government posd uoii (z'j mourn. Aiuii postal lor ii-.t Ol i i, ? i [ t 11 i UlH.ll. FllA'Nii.LlN iN bl'1.1 ut'i*?, Uvpl. j?t j. iiucucalcr, n. V._ WANTED, WHITE AND COLORED men to work In nursery ana on picking grounds, aUo teamster*. VV. T. huuij <t cu.. Pinter rack. WANTED, iroil U. 8. ARMY, ABLE bodied, unmarried men. between ages ut is una ?b; citizen* ut United >taj,oa; of f,*'.uj cunrautor ana temperate nau IIb, wuo can t>peaa, read auu writ* tne i-iib"o|i language, r or iiituritia lion apply to uecruiung ?jlueer, bzv B. Iiroud Street; Ittuamond. Va._. .wan\xT>r^rKN~r<y lkaun barber trade. Only few weeks required. Waged aller flrpt month. BteaUy position guaranteed. Write (or cata? logue. MOLER a bahher Cub i,t,ut., 207 bowery, .Now i'ork Cl'y. WANTED, A GOOD BUTCHER APPLY MONROE OROOEHi COMPANY, :;l!> > Wi-st Uroad, llazelifrovc:, old stand. ' WANTED. a YOUNG MAN who has had one or two years' experience in i the drug business. Address N., care , P. O. 4)6._ WANTED. JOB PRESSMAN. APPLY" ut 1<J'J Governor Street, tiiltd Moor. wanted. TWO NEATLY DRESSED young men to take orders; must be leaciy to leave town on short notice. Apply s a. M., a 13 N. Fourth-Street. wanteIST tT'.AVEIJNG " SALESMAN for our spring product; low-priced dress fabrics. Wo sell the retailor direct and pay goad commission. De- ' slrablc sldo lino. SCHUYLKILL ] MILLS. Bo> 1 lt>2, Philadelphia, Pa WANTED," MAN. WITH TEAM T<. LOG mill. 8,000 feet capacity, l.oOO.OO'i fect tract Good contract right party. B. U R?OER8, Buckhoru, Vo, WANTED! wanted: WANTEDI-?6, ? u"u railwuy mail clerks, ?: 11 >? mall carriers; post-office clerks to be upr pointed soon. Average salary aboiit ?1,100. Short hours bleudy tvorK. Examination* coming everywhere Common education stitiicicnt. Poll l c.il ''pull" unnecessary. 1 ariners eli? gible:. Every man earning less than K'o per week should rend postal .in- , mediately lor fample questions truiu ( previous examinations and schedule .Showing COnilhg and places, i FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dopt. <> .8, Itocheater, N. v.* (Examination coaching tree.) _ WANTED, FOUR SMALL SETS OF bnoka to keep at I3G per month. Ad drless EXPERT ACCOUNTANT, cure Times,-Din patch. _ W ANTED, pos 1 TION- ~AiT~ PHARMA i'outical apprentice; salary no con ideratlon. Address .1 :??, oare Times I dspmcli._? _ ;i ? s'C MAN OK EDUCATION AND i'tltr-? ?-?xperience. desires position im? mediately. G 305, care Times-Dta putch._ _ _ YOUNG MAN WHO HAS BEEN EM - ployed by reliable firm wanit< posi? tion when be can bulid hlmaell up. Good reason lor changing and first-1 ? lasi references. Address D l<care Tiroes-Dispatch. WANTED. BY; YOUNO man POSITION where he can bulid himself tip, not afraid of work. Can give nest of references! Address O 207. care TImcs-Dlspatch._ WANTED, POSITION 1^Y ExT'T;itlENC~ ed bookkeeper and Keneral otilcc, man; satisfactory references ftu iiltbcd. Address .1 88, cure Times I it: natch. WANTED. rOPITios \s t 'oi.l.ECT?? and asslslaiit bookkeeper; real estate preferred. Address G X00. care Tlmes Dlspatch._] YOUNG MAN DESIRES POSITION AS bookkeeper or oilit e man : familiar j with ojee oorrespomlence; good ref-! t^-unces. Add ix-ss M.. Pox 563. City. REGISTERED ASSISTANT PHARM A ciet desires position as relief cleric; good references; four years' experi? ence. Address A B. C, 61 g Norlli Tenth Street._ POSITION WANTED. BY AN EX PERI - enced bookkeeper. Man of ability, with ten years' experience. Rapid, accurate and hard worker. Also stenographer. Can handle corre? spondence. First class references. Address G 316, care Times-Dispatch, j Wanted, job ?s auto repair man; had great deal of experience*, will do repair work or chauffeur. U 129. care Times-Dispatch. BY COMPETENT AND THOROUGHLY experienced rani estate man, now holding good position in this busi? ness, to make connection with tirst class real esUite Hrm. with u larger business. All business anil gets re? sults. Address G 306, care Times Dispatch._ A SALESMAN, WITH BEST*OF HK\-~ erences and much experience in Hell? ing trade in Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina, wants a position. Can you use me? is so address J 102, care Tirnes-LMspatch. &elp <t$ianTe&. dentale. Young ladies mWkkx"and 35 to enter training school. Addru.'lH SUPERINTENDENT GRIFFIN IH'S P1TAL, Grifiin, Gu. ' WANTED, at ONCE. GOOD. LTvl s saleslady, for busy drug store, in toilet and fancy goods department. ?I 10?, care Times-Dispatch. w A n t E D, EXPERIENCED SEAM stresscs for our alteration depart : ment. Apply.THALHIMER BROS WANTED. THREE -' EXPER1 ENC151 > lady solicitors; opportunity to make $16 weekly. Applv Wednesday morn? ing. ca HIN ET INFORMATION BU READ. L'S N. Ninth Street BRIGHT COLORED GIRL - TO HELP small family and care for child, two years, at once. 107 S. Fifth Street &ttunnous' ftSianriu. ?\?*v.\r\\iT nu R^ES5 la^^klC^V^SS^SSi. 1"T tiate and practical nurses desire calls. Madison 8S5-L. II ?,-.-Juue ?solicitor? ana ^nli-?rnrn. f^e^i^rTiE ui?giot"and oldest importing houses in the South otters an unusually profitable side line * that will quickly interest every on-?. Commission basis only. Lino consists of medium and cheap grade leiif hnts Imported dlre-ct from Mexico, Po-to Rico, EaEt Indies, China and Japan. One telescope carries samples. Regu? lar hat salesmen noil not apply 'State present selling line. Address P. O. Box 6?. Now Or! i um. I,n. BSUiMi''U'L"" TilRH'K-RDOM " FLAT. 1 with private hatli; sultiible for ll^nt housekeeping; electric lights and hot .water beat. 322 North Harrison. St. grofertgtoiwl *f>elrj tSJHnntelL TTiSAC'H'ERTrTfOR "THW^Sl^NT AND FU- I ture vacancies'. Men it salaries of' $1,000 to $1,S00; wimiin's salaries ; $000 to ?1,000. THIS INTERSTATE: TEACHERS' AGENCY, New Orleans, j La, TEACHERS IN GREAT DEMAND TOR emergency cuIIm In public mid pri? vate schools. Many good openings R. W, CRIDL1N. Manager S'trgltilu. Touchers' Bureau. Mitnchester. Rich? mond, Va. IF YOU WANT TO SKliL YOUR busi- j nesH, or buy a business, ?eo us. We , ran market any proposition. R. S. ELIA*SON ?: CO., Promoters :ind Bnles I Agents, 28 Nortli Ninth. FOR .sale.' IN the Growing CITY of Newport News, Vs., well rsttib- ' lished reul estate, rental and insur-1 unco business; pays good, regular i Income. AddreHH It. E? Uux 3*5, . Newport New?. Vji. I. CUTLER; LADIES' TAILOR, BEOS TO ANNOUNCE TO Hin FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC THAT IN ADDI? TION TO HIS LADIES' TAILORING DEPARTMENT HE HAS SECl HEU THE SERVICES OF MADAME BEAI - CHAMP, LATE Ol' "PAUL" FRENCH DRESSMAKER, OF NEW YORK CITY, AND CAN NOW FURNISH GOWNS OK ALE DESCRIPTIONS AT MOST REASONABLE RATHS. I. CUTLER. 212 NORTH THIRD. PHONE MONROE ?270. Tl l e HOUSEHOLD" FR11I >. SMITH titld saUsage, for *ule ut your gro? cer's._. _ I ANY INFORMATION R E OA R D IN ; heirs of Dr. .1. C. Coleman, who died in Sabine Parish, La., formerly lived in Virginia, can in- had by address? ing F. C. GAY, 1025 Wall Street, i ? aumotitj Tex. ANY ONE KNOW I NO THE ADDRESS oi Madame Itosltu win 6onfer a favor by s< nd;ng same to - v.'.." care Tlmei - Dispatch. J. KA'IV.. THE LADIES' TAILOR, 200 FIFTH STREET. J. BROWN, LADIES' TAILOR, 52? WEST GRACE STREET. LADIES." T" KNOW I " TRIM AND make over b n- in the latest styles, tiring your work to in<-. 10 years' ex? perience. MRS. WALLACE, *>I7 N. Fourth Stri ct, City. Phon- Madia n J.TSjs-L_ HUMAN HAIR HOCGHt" AND'hOID at HUOHES'S. 209 North Third WINTERS A: DOLEZAL LADIES' TAILOR: NORTH SIXTH ST. jttottcts. Noiicj. to ARCHITECTS.?PLaJiS ana spectUcatioiis tor tno proposed tui.aiiigs ot lite ?tatc Normal arid inuusiiiul Sellout ior White Women in ln>.' city ot Hauluid will uc r'? eeived by the buuiu ol trutvuea ut! tile tciiool ut u meeting to be ucitl | in itioninono, in the Capuoi, on TUESDAY, November thu i4tu, i?li; j It is ubiueinpiateii that the cubt of the liuiloii.tia Hill lie } 160,000 tj S2O0.0OO. 'i iic locution una relative situation 01 tno administration buiei ing auu uoriuitonvb snuuia be indi? cated In the plans, oiue prints if tne t-.te may b'. nad from Captain w. 'i. b.iiawin it the unaersign?d by parties imtreeUjiL The board lesorves tue right to reject any unu a.11 plans, unu uoe* nut assume any responsibility or cost jynataoeyer, except to the archi? tect whose plans may be adopted. The plans, in h suited u,aKdbre, may tie mulled to the undersigned at Euki Radtord, or delivered to mm in Richmond on tnu Htn of Novem? ber. By order of the Board. G. E. CASSEL, Secjelurj. v.ast Radford. Va., Oct. :>. lltli. wanted, the public to know that jAHNKE BRos., Jewelers, 813 East Mum street, buy. mil, exenanga unu remount diamonds in tne latest Styles; Old gold and silver always I tuKin in exchange. x\uuisi*> uir ?viu. 'the roanoke] in north'eIohth btrect, iidnubornuiy and newly-tur nisiiea looms tnrcuaiioui, single, m suite; transients; permanent. KOR Re3Tt\ FURNiIThiTd FItONT loom, w:l Stuart Avenue. PllOIIO Monroe 54.6. rooms, WITH BOARD, CORNER 1- inn .111.1 i rnnklln, No i:'. rooms for GENTLEMEN Oll tran Stents. 3l:i \X est Grace Street. _ SPACE "iN~ WIN Dt^'"T'ORRT:NTT?LS? big room in rear part of store; suit? able for club room. y'j4 W. Broad. nice L y"~~F?"i ;n 1SH E D ROOMS. WITH or without board. 71S E. Marshall Street-_ NICELY FURN18HED ROOMS. THE WELLINGTON, '.'14 E. Clay. Madison 2200-J._ KOR RENT, WELL FURNISHED rooms, convenient to bath. 606 N. ?Seventh._' ! 8?V~e.~m?"iN.3N bat ROt ims, WITH j or Without board._ : Fi JR REN f 777x1 IGE, BRIGHT THIK1 i - story front room on Gnu-.:: Street. n?>ur Adams; hot water heat. Address J 128. care Tlmes-Dlspatch, Kl'RNISIU.D ROOMS. pRIVATE fam IIy .'nG N. Sixth Street._ . -VICE Rooms' at" ;;2J i'V ???VtANKLIN": three unfurnished, one furnished, >Tl e a st clay.? W ELL-FURNISHED j rooms, large, small; bath, phone. ; J?oulttrp, $f t nnb Utbp g>tort* Kn|; SALE, GOOD, SOUND MARE: work anywhere and t?> nil harness. Will be sold reasonable to quick buy? er. Apply to CENTRAL BOARDING _STABLE, 100 K. Marshall Street. FOR SALE. COLLIE PUP (MALE)j tan with white markings; fouv months old. e. Q. VERM1ELERA, Alice, Va. _ _ for SALE, A YOUNG DEER, KIX'E mnntlis old. h., rare Postmaster, Grcyhurn. yn. W A N T e D, ST 11< >ng. sou N D HOR813, with hn.i'nfess it ml wagon, suitable for I hauling builders' supplies and furni? ture. State cusli price complete. G ;;i?4, care TimoB-Dispatch. WANTED, ONE GENTLEMAN BOARD er In private latnlly, adjacent to Leo Monument; every convenience (electric light, bath. etc.). TaxmiL (45 per month. References exennng cd. Address G D93, cure Tlmes-Dls pntch._ mrs. CHARLES IL BOWERS, 115 East Krank Strvot. handsomely ap? pointed rooms, with board; table board a specialty. "WAKltKD. ~IiOIaRDEs~ AT 316 east I Franklin; ulso'tablo boarders. MISS PALMORE.'_ HOME COMFORTS: LIMITED NUM ber of boardcrH; 100 XVcst Main; also table boarders. &ooitii jgMantriBL ? KEEP THOSE VACANT ROOMS FILL otl nt a cost of '2 cents n day. Our Pinn will do this. See CABINET IN? FORMATION B?RAU, 28 N. Ninth Street, uif.i llpor. DAILY PUZZLES' Whs i opera ! At.S\\:.,l ?? ITI'JWK i:?Al-3 Pt'ZZtiBi Venice. structural /hon;' <tTc:t:L aku pipe of ev~ty description cut tO Order, CLARENCE COalii. .-Ji l-a;.! t,.'aij Street, 1'lchruond, Va. _ WAGONS TO SUIT YOU, RUBBER i Urea put on promptly, ut RICHARD* : SON BHOS'., 016 BrooK Avenue. be CON D -H AN dm AC u in EU v bou o HT, ?olil arn) exchanged. L BLUFORD ,ic _CO^ 1688-42 K. ' i?ry Street;_ r' lit SALE, to BE REMOVED FROM lot, large irnine dwelling. Phono MadlsOn 1786-J. TWO SHOW CASES KOlt SALE; ALSO' barber cliulr. 50j West Broad. ""xcTFlli.nt cIa?j? and ""valve i trombone, in exchange for coined hiI Ver Or bank paper. J lUO, care 'i lmo-, I 'ispuleii. FOB SALE, T1IOHOUOHLY BROKEN coach house, Victoria and harness, a? handsome, li not. the handsomest, out lit In town. May he seen ut my stu-j ble, :;vi> Ww franklin. BARTON H. ORUNDY._ Foii" sale. ~.\~~r.'j<>\> i'Avino gko* rel y business; beat location In tli ; . ? Uy ot Hampton, Vu. Well esiablisti ? .1 and doing good business! Belling j out on account ol h-alth. Good term.' to ?|illek buyer. Address, (J ;|05. care _TliiioM-Dlspulch. _ FOR ?AU", -COLONIAL , MAHOGANY library table, uitli inlaid top: some-J tiling v'er>* handsome: will sell at aj reasonable price. Audi ess H 89, i'nrei Times'-! Hspatcli. G I '..Vi TiO I'll ON ks? ~c ~-*LT MB IA O RA* pbophoncH with fltty records, $3u; u inn tain; cash or credit; dotible-dtac records, 6;e.; repairs. TALKING MA - HIN 13 CO. 704 East Main._ j WE CARRY A LARGE AND WELL-1 Selected line ot business buggies; niso pleasure vehicles ?>i every Kind. ah we usk is a call. Satisfaction guaranteed. Lowest prices. A. MEt' Elt'S SONS. i:il E. Cary street. ic.., c1.1..w..c, Alii. Ki-AVUKd A.NU styles. v< 1RSTOM d Pnon? ?laaiaou 82611. I FOR SALE, DRUG STOCK AND FlX I lures, in pf'j.-perous town of SOO a..di g >ud surrounulng country. o 8ic, ? en re Ti tries -Di* pa ich. ?momouiks lor &>aie ' SEN I-.i.aL 0*a L> i-'i 'i.i. CAltS; 8 AXli 0 Passenger, which v\c have taken in exchange for latest models. These i cars now being thoroughly over? hauled and w.ii ,>aini li desired, will Instruct tnoioutoly regarding Oper? ation, or will send In-tructor homo Wit u"t ot town purchasers. KORlJ AUTO CO.. 162'J West ?roud. WE HAVE N 'LARGE ASSORTMENT of automobiles lor sale,. Call aiid 1 ? them. AUTOMOBILE EX CHANGE, 221-223 West Broad. iM.u Csuii tut' A3>dte. puhLic .Vi":-frtoNi' PUBLIC auction Ol 1,000-Scre plantation, located at Andrews I'ost-omce, Spotsyivanlu county. N"a. NVih be offered in irac'.s and as :i whole, on the premises, b?turuay, October isth, at 1 P. M. I Come and look tins property over I berore date ?i sale. For full de I schptioii undress E. GOY/iNGs, Own : er, Andrews, Va. _ 11,700 WILL BUY A BRICK HOUSE, Jackson Ward, rented lor Si5 month. Apply o 1.5 Brook Avenue. for SALE, HOME ON PETERSBURG TumplKc, sio;> No. I. For particu? lars. A. N\ . SHERMAN, Madison 5027-M._ FOP. s? i-i:. n' litTH ELM STREET, 10 room i'owhatan brick dwelling; good investment or nice home. Address OWNER. P. O. Box ,.'41. City. ONLY SIX LOTS LEFT AT $27.50 PEP. toot. These lots are located ori Boulevard, between West Broad ami Fair Grounds. Lots udjnining these sold to-day for iit) per foot. Rich? mond It. going to the Fair Grounds, if you want your money to grow buy these!lots. Address L ISO, care Tlmes 1 liSpUtclK_ _ *27?OO WILL BUY TWO UoT'SES ON St. John Street, rented for $?'.50 per monHi. Apply 615 Brook Avenue. FOR"-SALE, ?1V?VE AVENUE LOT near-Allen. the cheapest to be found: best of terms. Madison 14S7. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY, NOTICE ok ANNUAL MEETING. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the annual meeting of the stockhoid ! era of Seaboard Air Line Railway Wll) bo held at tlic principal oiricc ot the company, Rooms ,\?s. 7 und S, j i-eign Building, Sycamore .street, In : the city ot Petersburg, V'OA at 11 ! o'clock In the forenoon on the 9TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1911, for the i purpose Of electing a board of di 1 rectors and fo;- Hie transaction ot j uny and nil business thai may come I bet?re the meeting. Including con? sidering and voting upon tue up j provai and ratilicalin of all contracts, j nets and proceedings by I lie board , Of directors and olllcers since the annual mooting of stockholders Ins1 held. The stock transfer books will no i closed ut 12 o'clock noon on October ?X, 1911, and will be reopened on I November 10. l&'ll. I?. C, PORTEOUS, i_Secretary. Richmond Locomotive Works. ~~ Richmond, Va.', October 15, 1911. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT tho annual meeting of the stockhold? ers of the Richmond Locomotive Works will lie hold at the office of tho company, in the city of Rich? mond, county of Henrlco, Va., on WEDNESDAY, THE STH DAY OK NOVEMBER, 1911, at 11:30 o'clock In the forenoon, for the purpose o" electing directors and officers, for tho approval of the nets of Hie direc? tors since the last annual meeting, and for the transaction of snch other * business as may properly come be i fore tho meeting. C. B. DENNY, _Secretary. _.^Immtta. ~ _ S E C O N D-li A N D"SlACHINERY OF every description bought at full value. CLARENCE COSBY. 1623 13. Cnry St. Phone Madlaon 3526 WANTED, TO BUY FOR CASH, HOUSK hold goods In any quantity. Phone Madison 3851._ _ WANTED, FROM TWO TO FOUR hunters any time after November 1, Game In Abundance. Address I. W. HELL, Wllburn, Vn._ 1WANTED, TO BUY FOR CASH, OLD gold and old silver; any quantity. E. C. MEYER JEWELRY CO.. East Broad Street. [bipedal to The Times-Dispatch.] I Farmvlllo, Va.. October 24.?The | llrst day of the Karmvlllc fair opened under bright sunshine, and tho At? tendance was wt-n up to the average. The grounds were elaborately decor- , ated and the exhibits all In place. The j tobacco exhibit was as full as that of : last year, anil nil agricultural displays wove gratifying, The raven were the feature of the day. and resulted as , follows: Uentlemen's trot and pacu?Margaret j Burns, w. <\ Duyall, owner. 2, 3. 7: . Mel Leon, w. P. Burger, second; Lady C, it. s. Chatnberlalne, Jr., owner, . third. Uentlemen's running, half-mile ' dash?Lawsonlan, l.eiuy Bowery, owner, 5H seconds: FernWOOd, UIISS Bros., owners, second; Soabow, lt. H. Campbell, owner, third. The track wus heavy and the racing slow. Special trains will be run to? morrow, and the succeeding days, and the largest attendance known in the history of the Farmvillo Fair Asso? ciation is expected. ?Kcal tt?t?tt tor ?kzni. fttii \ii-isr," one st?re," with large Storage space, will be improved to suit tenant. Apply on premises. 117 N. Seventeenth Street. ltlCll- . W M> REFINING CO. fmk iien r. soi-Til i;r:hmoW>'res-: lipnri'. six rooms and bath: electric lights; large yard. Phone Mudlso.i 47XC-J. ?jtfoarb ?iltaiueu. Lx5 vo?" want BOARDERS?" CON sult CABINET INFORMATION BL'-i BEAU. "S N.' Ninth Street_ YOUNG MAN DESIRES HOARD EAST of Flr>t Street, September 1; inudi be reasonable. Give particulars in letter. Address J 10S, care Tlno.s Dlspatch._ VV \NTE i?, BY MARRIED C< IUPLE, furnished room and board, west of Flftti and south 61 Broad Streets: pi Ivate family preferred. Address 11 90, care Tltnes-piapatoh. dong7"the wood MAN. HAS made a Siieciully of wood auout 11 years. He has ine bind mat splits easy and gives neat, because u is perfectly ury anu sounu. long's. Madison Iuu9._ kindling wood, thoroughly Seasoned, $1.7a per halt-cord, s. 11. cottkell <t son; Rhone Madison jrUi?UiU.HL'UUi). uT'HL7llcrT'lilUNG AND M AT I'KESS E r,, PARLOR SUITS, COUCHES AND OL. pieces reupnolstcreo. Mattrcssos renovated neatly, .sanitary luutnuus. Reliable woik. si ii.\uh 6c Hcnd l.t:. 1 . ",11 Uroai. Maul SOU M-Wl. SIK'E REPAIRING. ' 75c. HALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES, tiUc. ladies; every pair sewed; best leath? er; no natis, no pegs. Royal run per heels, Sue.; ircu-.iir rubber heels, ?sue; leather heeds rooullt like new, HDc. DREW'S ELcCTttlU SHOE FACTORY; , 11> Rant .Main. Phone Monroe 26^1._ CLEANING AND PRESSING. CALL LA TOUCHE 3. MONROE 341?. wnen you want nlgh-class cleaning, pressing, etc. b .--outa second btre-jt ANTIQUES. ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE Furniture repaired, polished and packed, upholstering, ?hc L. N. ah NALL & SON. ielT.'.Wi Broad Street Phone Madison o- 7 7. __ ANTIQUES. * YOU CAN GET GENUINE ANTIQUE turnlturc ut C. E. LYDA'S; also an? tiques and other furniture repatroa, poiisned atid Qnlshed. Antiques oougiit 19 West Main Street MUSICAL INSTitUMENl'S HAVE PURCHASED NEIGHBORS cello and valve trombone. Will sell cheap. 101. care Times-Dispatch. see"rTcTim. in i ? iitn'se 'clf.anTn?. COMpany FOR HOUSE CLEANING, CARPET laying, floor staining. 421 Brooke Avenue._ l [OUSE PAINTS. IF YOUR HOUSE NEEDS PAINTING give, us a call. We carry h full line i of the best grade of house paints. Write or phone for color card. el.ua hard W a r e CO._ FLOOR STAINS. WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF NO. 1 lloor stains, polishes, floor wax, gold paints, etc., the kinds that will last. ELBA HARDWARE CO.. comer Hen ry and Broad._ HEATERS. SEE OUR LINE OF WOOD. COAL AND oil heaters before buvlng; also coal hods. Shovels. ELBA HARDWARE I'(>_ ??ibiQenQ Jioticeg. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co., < Mllce ol the Treasurer, Wilmington, N. I'.. October 23, 1911. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com? pany has declared per cent. Inter eat on the certificates of indebted neVs of tliat company, payable at the office of the treasurer at Wilmington, N. C.. on and after NOVEMBER 1, 1911. The transfer boolts are closed from the SOtli day of October, 1911. to the 1st day of November. 1911. hoth inclusive. JAMES F. POST, _Treasurer. ftummer Resorts.. R?.UI?At BRIDGE .rjOTEL Virginia's leading all-tlie-year Moun? tain Resort. Fine hotel. Write for booklet and rates. Address Ton BK<T I'M' nK.'nRATKIN, ftotets. Table d'lfote Dinners Saturday and Sunday even Inas. ii to ii o'clock, (11.50 each. THE JEFFERSON Richmond, Va. The most magnificent hotel In tho South. European plan. Rooms slnglo and en Btiito, with and without baths. I Spacious sample rooms. Rate, J1.50. per day and uawaTd. VlftCI.MA TRUST COMPANY* Richmond, Vn. Thin company, having qualified a; co-cxecutor (along with Mlsa Elisa- | heth B Da via) of the estate of Deca tur O. Davis, doceased, all person.', having claims against said estate uro requested to present tliom to tho <un-1 derslgned. and those Indebted to tho i estate will please make payment Virginia Trust Company, Co-executor of DoCUtur O. Davis. U'a SALE, UNITED STATUS MARSHAL'S SALB', BAST URN DISTRICT OR VIRGINIA; lly vlrtuu of an order of sale Issued out of the United States District Court for the Basti rn District of Virginia, on the nineteenth tivtb) day of Octo? ber, 1911, nonce Is hereby given that ' 1 will ?eil by public auction, tor cash. ' on SATURDAY, TUB 2STH DAY OF OCTOBER 1911, ut 14 o'clock M., at the front door of the United Stat- i Courthouse and I'OSt-OfTlco Building of Jtirhtnond. Va.. the Grain Distillery, No. I 11. of the Dlnwlddle Distilling Co., Inc., Including the land upon which distillery Is locafd. tog.'ther with all Improvements and buildings thereon ? in-, ai; materials; machinery, appli? ances, fixtures and other personal prop? erty. CLARENCE ?. SM1THBRS, United .Statm Murshul. .1. F. M ARCH ANT, Deputy. L. L LEWIS and I ROBT. II. TAI.LEY. United States Attorneys. I October 22. 1911. The Valentine Museum ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS. , Opsn dally from 10 A. M. to S P. If. 1 Admission '.'Sc fm? ? ?? Saturday* ! SRflilroaDs;. RiCuMu,MeMs1)'? & Potomac R. R. TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND. I>'j?vr? Richmond I Arrive Richmond ?4.5(1 A.M. Iliril Si.Siu. ?Mi A.M. XalaHt.Ku. ??."?11 A.M. H>rd Ki.mi. ?7-10 A.M. Main St. Sta. ?8.IU A.M. llyrd St. Sta. * i noftu Il>rd8t. Stt. M.Ol) P.M. Bird Nt. Nu. ?4.15 P.M. Kill* St it Ion. *.">.t.", P.M. Main St. Su. ?8.20 P.M. Ilrrrt St. Sta, ?7.S0 A.M. Urr4Kt.su. ill.<6 A.lt.I.lba Station. | ?I 1.35 A.M. BjrdNl.Sta. ?1.12 P.M. MalnKt.Hta. ?2.?6 P.M. IljrdSt.Sts j ?7.25 P.M. hi re St. Sta. I ?0.10 P.M. Hi rl si.Sl?. ?9.40 P.M. Main St. St*. ?11.05 P.M. MalnSt.Kta. ?t2..Minlght lljrdSt.SU. ACCOMMODATION TRAINS?WEEKDAYS. Lesre li; rj St. Sta. i .:;n P. M. for Frelerlckaberr I.fSTe tili? Sta. 7.5(1 A. II.,0.:',ll P. M. for A>ulaud Arrlte Tijrd St. Sia. S.i5 A.M. from Prrdf rleksli'r ArrDp fc'lha Sta. 6.30 A.M..6 -3" P.M.from Aslilana. ?Daily. 'Weekdays. .-Sundays only. All trama to or from Byid Street Station (except trains leaving 4.50 a. m. and arrivier 13.50 night) atop at Elba. Tims of arrivala ana departures net guaranteed. Read tee sigas* Richmond & Petersburg Electric Railway Cats letaae MataciaMter, oeveutu ana Peril itreeis, lur l'<st?rauurjj: ??. 1, I. ??. 1?. 11, Mj A. M.. 1, 3. 'S, 4, i. ?5:15. ?*, 7. S, ??. It P. M. U:WJ'. M. for Ctieatar. 1: 00 midnight rwr Fetersourj;. Cars leave Peteraburs, foot ?f Byraiaor? tu cel. lor .M., .?.?i,?. .-rt ts:15. 6:?. "i:iS. ?7:.1A. ?:*. t:J5. ?10:3S. II li A. M , U:H, M:M. ItU, J Si. 6:?. t.ti. ?7:36, Kitt. V.M. ??:??. 1.M0 P. af. (Dally except Si.nd.iy and holidays. ?Carries - tsage and tiprtat. ??Limited, except Sundnya and ho'.ldeya. All cars .Tom Petara/urj connect -?Ith an tot Rli hmondL Chesapeake & Ohio Railway 7;? a.- ?j.a.-wH.y? Newport S??i. (?:? A.-Eocal.-Dally? Ch rllle. Ex. Bua. Thurmond. t?:?0 A.?Expreal?Dally?Norfolk. Old Point. 110:00 Aj?Loc*l~iDai;y?L;bBg. Dax. C. Ferge. ?3:09 P.?Expreaa?Dally?CID.-L'villa. tl;W P.?Exarees-Dally?Norfolk, N. Newa, i ?;0? P?Local?Dally ? N. Nawa, Old Point. 5:15 P.?Local?U*.. Sunday?Ooraonevilla. I ?i:U P.?Local ?Ex. Kunday?Lcbbg, Natural Bride?. Clltion Force. ??:36 P.?Llmlied?Dally?Cincinnati, Chic?wo. ?11:0? P. ?Express?Dally?Cincinnati. L'vtlla, ?hi;:pers. tParlor care. TRAINS ARRIVE RIOHMOND-Local from ' Han: ?:J0 A. M.. 7:50 P. M. Through from ': Eaat: 11:3? A. M . ?:J0 P. **. ! Local from Weal: "5:30 A. M . ?:M A. M. and 7:15 P- M. Through: 7:00 A. M.. 2:45 P. M. James River Line: "i:ti A- at . ?:? P. U. ??D-a-Uy except Suocajr. Atlantic Coast Line EFFECTIVE OCTOHUR S. 191L TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAIL7. i For Florida and Soutii: S;:3 A. M. and . 7:& P. 51., 1:00 A. SI. Charleston. ! Fir Norfolk: ?:<? A. M., 3.00 P. M? 1:10 t P. M. For N. & W. By, Weat: d:l? A. M.. 10:00 j A. M., e:C0 Pi M., 5:10 P. M. I For Petersburg: 1:00 A. 34.. ?:l? A. iL, 18:15 A. M-. 5:00 A. U? 10:00 A. M.. 3:00 1'. >!., 1 ?: 10 P. M-. ?:05 P, li., 7:3i P. M.. 9:20 P. it.. 11:? P. M. For Ooidsbor,, ami PayetlavlUa: *l:10 P. M. ! Trains arrive rticiimond dally: 6:20 A. M., 6:10 A. M . 6:55 A. M.. "8:37 A. M? "10:1? A. M.. 11:44 A. 31., ?2:00 P. M . "RIO P. M., 6:0ii P. M? ?::i P. M.. .?:00 P. M , ?:u) P. Hi, 11:30 P. M. ?Except Sunday: *'3unday only. Time ot arrival and departure and con? nections not guaranteed. C. S. CAMPBBELL, D. P. A. SOUTHERN RAILWAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND. N". Tl.?Following schedule llsures published as Information and not guaranteed: C:10 A. M.?Daily? Local for Charlotte, Dur? ham und Raleigh. 10:1:, A. M.?Dally?Limit I Cd?For all poliim South. Diawlng Room '? Buffet Sleeping Car ir, Ashevllle, N. C. 3:0? : r M. Ex. Sun.?Looal /or Durham and In ' termedtate itatlons. ?:?? P. M. Ex. Sun.? Keysville IaickI. Jt:l5 p M.?Dally?Limited -I'd all points South. Pullman ready ut i P:3o P. M. YORK RIVBR LINE. !:".ii P, M.?Ex. Sun.?To We.-t PL, ronnect Ins .11 llnltlmorc Moll.. Wed. nnil Friday. 6:00 A. M.?Ex. Sun. and :':l."> P. M.?Mon., Wed. and Frl.?Local to West Point. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. From the South: '???i A. M.. 8:03 P. M., dally; f:IO A. M. Ex Sun : [J:K Ex. Sun.; ;:00 P. M. dully. From West Point: D:3Ci A. M. dally: 11:15 A. it Wed. and Frf.; 4:23 P. M. Ex. Sun. ' S. E. BUROES8. D. P. A., 5:0 E. Main St. 'Phone Madljon \'J>. Norfolk and Western Kailway ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK. Schedule In Effect October i, 1911. Leave Byrd Street Station. Richmond. Fi >lt NORFOLK: '9:00 A. M., ?3:00 P. M.. ?4:10 P. M. FOR LYNVHUUItU AND THE WEST: ?6:10 A. M? M0;f0 A. M , '3:00 P. M.. ??:20 P. M. Arrive Itkhinoml from Norfolk: ?lRIO A. M? M:.V. P. M.. ? 11:30 P. M. From the West: ?0:56 A. M.. a2:M P. M , bl:M P. M? 'i:v? p. At., "j:00 P. M. ?Dully. ,il> oly ex. Sunaay. b.Sunday only. l'u.'.muii Parlor und Slot plug Cars. Care Dining Curs. C. 11. UOSLEY, D. P. A., Richmond. Vs. W. B. UEVILL, O. P. A.. Koaiioko. Vtt. NORFOLK SOUTHERN Lv. Norfolk: ??.26 and ?11 A. iL, ?9 P. M., for Enalirn Carolina und th? South. Lv. llalelgh: 6:15 A. M? |3 und *?:15 P. M., for Eastern Carolina und Norfolk. Pullman Sleeping (?ars between Norfolk, Raleigh; also Uoldsboro and Norfolk. ?Dally. tDatly Ex. sun. C. D. LEORANDE, O. A.. AmoricAn National Bank. 'Phone Monroe 1527, Richmond. W. W. CROXTON. O. P A., Norfolk. Va. U.R. HMvl.M) AND rilKSAI'LAiiE 11A1 RAILWAY COMPANY. Schede:? of electric traina to end from Ashland, atopplng at Intermediate atatlone upon signal: Lv. Richmond (UroaS and Laurel Sta. I. M:06, ?iMO, 1:10b, 9:1?, ?n?:!?. M:10 A M.: no. 2:10. 1:10. a:10b. ?.10. t:2?, 7:)0. t:100, 10:10. 11:45 P. it. Lv. Ashlaual. ?6:fA Tb. ?. ?b. 1Q. 'Ml . A. II., *11 M.. **}. t, 1. 4. tb. 6, 7, ?. tb, U f. H ?Dally except SuntUr. "Sunday ?u>. beirrte* Vavgase, < auction ^f^jJ^^J^fr High Constable's I will sell by public auction, on WEDNESDAY, THE 35TH DAY Ol" OCTOBER, lull. 3 O'CLOCK P. M.i at iny storehouse. No. 1306 Enst Frank? lin Street, the following property, to satisfy distress warrants and execu? tions in my hands: Bureaus, Wash stands, Hatracks, Carpets. Curtains, etc. TERMS: Cash. W. II. WVATT, .fit. H. C, C. R. ATTF.ND AUCTION SALE 116 S. 4th St. 124 S. 4th St. 124\ S. 4th St. TO-DAY at 4:30 o'clock P. M. A .1. CHEWNTNO COMPANY. Auction S/mit*, ji-utuie aiapa. ^"^J^'A^J.^Ch^wiiTng"^ Heal Estate Auctioneers. AUCTION SALE OF CHOICE WEST GRACE STREET AND | FLOYD AVENUE LOTS, ON THURSDAY. OCTOBER 36. 1911. First?At 4:30 o'clock P. M., lot 30xl?l feet to an alley, on tho north line of Floyd Avenue, near West Street. Second?At 5:00 o'clock P. M.. lot] fronting 70 feet on the nortli line of Grace Street, near the Boulevard. Both of these are choice lots, and are onty upon the market on account of the owner moving from the city and needs the money elsewhere. Please ! be prompt, and you will not regret it. A. J. CHEWNING COMPANY. Auctioneers. By Pollard & Rngby, Real Estate Auctioneers. AUCTION -SALE OF CENTRALLY LOCATED SEMI-DE? TACHED FRAME DWELLINGS, NOS. Till AND 70-; EAST CLAY STREET. At the request of th<- owner, who la*] determined to sell, we will sell by auc? tion, on i lie premises, on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 36, 1911, at 1:30 P, M., the above mentioned centrally located , dwellings. Lots 1! 1 feot front each,' more or less. These Houses rent veil, i TERMS: Reasonable; announced at1 sale. POLLARD & BAGBY. Auctioneers. Horses Mules I HAVE OPENED STABLES. 1810 13. FRANKLIN ST.. RICHMOND. Will carry 300 to 250 Horses and Mules, Virginia-bred Horses a spe? cialty. All stock as guaranteed or money refunded. A. T. CANADA 1IORSF. AND MULE CO. Ulatlroaus. SF.A HOARD AIR I.INF. Southbound trains scheduled to leave Rich? mond dully: ?:10 A. M.?Local to Norllna. :!:."0 P. M.?Sleepers and coaches, Atlanta, ! Birmingham. Savannah, .laclcsonvlile and Florida points. 3:50 I?. M ? Sleepers and I coaches. Savannah. Jacksonville and Florida [ points 11:13 I'. M.?Sleepers and coaches, Atlanta. Birmingham. Memphis and tho Southwest. Northbound trains echctluled to I urrlv.) in Richmond dally: 5:33 A. M., 7:'.': A. M.. 5:03 P. M.. 5:4') P. M. Chesapeake Steamship Co. BI?- new ships, "City of Norfolk" and "City of Itnlttmorc." Kqutppod with wireless telegraphy. Tele phone service throughout the ships. States room? en suite, with baths. Prices from 16c. to $3.CO. Excellent meals, 76c. TO BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH VIA NORFOLK AND OLD POINT. Leavi Richmond Dally via N. ?.- W. Ry. 8 00 I*. M., Norfolk ti:lS P. M. C. & O. Ry. 4:00 P. M. Dally. Old Tolnt 7:15 P M. O. D. B. S. Co. 7:0) P. M. Dally (one day In Norfolk). Va. Nay. Co. 6:30 A. M. (Monday, Wednes? day nnd Friday). Tirkats nt nil offb-es. For staterooms apply to S. E. BURGESS. D. P. A., no East Main Street, Richmond OLD DOMINION I.INK. iv. Richmond foot ol Ash St. daliy.7;00 P.M. Leava Newport Netra.6:tO A. M. Arrive Norfolk.1:00 A, M. Connect! with main line steamers leaving Norfolk i'or Ni vv Vork dally except Sunday 7:00 P. M. Connections also mado by N. & IV. Ry. 3 P. M. and C. & O. Ry. at 4 P. SI. Night Una steamers stop at Claremont to land or receive passengers on signal, and win be mot by public conveyance, j VIRGINIA NAVIGATION CO.-Jnm. a River I by daylight for Norfolk and Old Point, Ncw i port NaWa nnd ail James River landings. Steamer leaves Mora:-- Wednesday and Friday at 6:30 a. m. Freight received for ull James River landings. "Phon. Madlsan 174. I Muln Ticket Offlcr. ?31 K. Alain Street. Baltimore Steam Packet Co Equipped with wireless telegraphy. TO U.M.TIMORU AND THE NORTH Vl\ NORFOLK AND OLD POINT. !.? ,iv.. Richmond Dally, tn< 'uding Sunday, via N. 4 W. Ry. 3:00 V. M.. Norfolk S:3e P. M. C. & O. Ry. R00 P. M . Old Point 7;J0 P. U. O. D. 6. 8. Ca. 7:00 P. m <ons day In Nor? folk). Va. Nav. Co. t:t0 A. M. (Monday, Wednes? day nnd Friday). Tickets at ah offices. For stateroom* ap? ply tu iL. M. DO Y K IN. A (teat. W0 Kam si a 10 b treat "ASK MR. BOWMAN" Mow to make the trip to EGYPT in 12 Days. Reservations arc now being made to the Mediterranean and the ORIENT. Sailing Lists for all lines. Call for Beau? tifully Illustrated Booklets. Phone Madison 5154. S. H. BOWMAN, Agent, 708 K Main Street, Richmond. Va. Merchants and Miners Transportation Co. Norfolk t? Boston. Maas., and Providence, lt. L Steiimors leave Norfolk for Roston. Sur?., Tuea. and Frl.; for I'rovldenca, Mon.. Wed. and Sat. at 6 P. M. Passengers and freight taken for all -.aw England point Tlcaeta on sale at ott.ee C. 4k O. Ry? it. * W. Ry.. Ii. H. Bowman. 70s East Main, sod nichniond Trualar. Ge~ UW i-A/u JaaUa. ^tBonctoL to Loan 111,000 to loan in sums to suit m Improved property. Pollard & Bagby By J. Thompson'Brown & C<T,' 1113 Main Street. BUILDERS. SPECULATORS, ATTEN? TION ! TEN OP THE BEST AND DEEPEST BUILDING LOTS now loft on Floyd and Main Street By request of non-resident owner, we will sell at public auction, on the premises. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25. 4. P. M., I. That pretty plateau of lots, front. Ing 171) feet 2 Inches on south side Floyd Ai'emie, between Robinson and Mulberry Street*, with depth of 179 feet 9 inches, divided into seven lots of 25 feet each, or as a whole. , If. Lot corner Main and Mulberry; 25x179.9 to an alley. III. Two Main Street lots, near above: 30x170.9 feet to alloy. This property is now In demand for building purposes and growing in value dally, being at the Junction of th<* Wcsthampton and Broad Street trolley, it has unusual street car fa? cilities, and Is the best that's left. TERMS: Liberal, nnd announced at sale. J. THOMP30N BROWN ?s CO.. Auctioneers. guxr^j&aj[ji%^ The ValentlneAuction Co. AUCTIONEERS 618 EAST BROAD ?vT. BANKRUPT AUCTION SALE. LARGE STOCK OF GROCERIES, FINE STORE FIXTURES. MULES, WAG? ONS. HARNESS, L1CI3NSB, ETC.. OF HUDSON & DAMIANE CORNER BROOK AVENUE AND CLAY STREET. Pursuant to an order of the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Virginia, entered on the 21st day of October, 1011, In the matter of Hudson & Damianl, bank? rupts, we will sell, on the premises. No. 300 West Clay Street (corner Brook Avcnu? and Clay Streeta), on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, beginning at 10:30 o'clock A. M., the large stock of Staple und Fancy Groceries, lino Store Fixtures. Teams, ete., consisting of? STOCK. Canned Goods of all kinds. Including Asparagus. Peaches, Corn, Tomatoes. Peas. Pork and Beans, Imported and Domestic Cigars, Campbell's Soups, Potted Meats, etc., Royal, Rumford, Horsford. Good Luck, and other Bak ; Ing Powders. Heinz and Hlrsch's Bot? tled Pickles, Catsups, Olives, Sauces. Vinegar, Ginger Ale, Orap'e .lulce, etc.. Spaghetti Macaroni, Teas, Coffee, Spices Rice, Staroh, Soaps of all kinds. Cereals, ami many other goods on shelves. Also UNOPENED CASES. Nineteen cases Octagon and other Soaps, four caaes Macaroni, seven cases Butter Trays, three barrels Vine? gar, two cases Washing Powders, one keg Pickles, t wo casus Gold Dust, twelve i cases Stove Polish, live cases Preserves, I lifteen rolls Wrapping Paper, 50,001) I Paper Bngs, and other original case ' goods. FIXTURES AND TEAMS. Will be sold at 12 o'clock, consisting of two good Mules, two De? livery Wagons, two sots Harness. Mer? chant's Tobacco and Wagon License, National Cash Register, Combination Le k Iron Safe, McCaskey Account Register (300 accounts), two Cashier Desks. Coffee Mill, two Counter Scales, Platform Scales, Hanging Scales, Cof? fee and Tea Display Cases, Showcases, large Doublo Alaska Refrigerator (can be used separately or together). Mar? ble Top Meat Counter, Square Meat Blocks, three counters, Bins, Stands, Cake Tins and Rack, and other fix? tures, etc. Sale positive. TERMS: Cash. ALBERT O. R?SCHEN. Receiver. HEATH J. RAWLEY. Trustee. THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.. *_ Auctioneers. By If. Reblon Taylor & C.?7. Real Estate Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE OF Til AT NEW, ATTR ACTIVE AND COM? FORTABLE DETACHED FRAME DWELLING, NO. 2005 BEVERLY STREET. In execution of a certain deed of tru?t to the undersigned trustee, dated October 10, 1910, recorded In the clerk's office of Richmond Chancery Court, in D. R. 20U-A, page 101. de? fault having been made In the pay? ment of a part of the debt secured lhereby, and being required so to do by the beneficiary, I shall offer for sale at public auction, upon tho prem? ises, on S THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1011. at 4:50 P. M? the above described property. The house contains six rooms, be? sides iiall room, hath and storeroom. This is one of tho best renting locali? ties in the growing West End. nnd tilt purchaser will have a paying invest? ment or snug home. TERMS: Enough In cash lo pay cost of sale. All taxes to day of sale, nnd the sum of $1.015, with interest there? on from October 10, 1911: balance on I credit of twelve months, purchaser to give note for credit payment, with In - tor ist added from day of sale, and se? cured bv trust deed; or all cash. 71 SELDON TAYLOR, Trustee. B" f'7>iFa rdT& "ftaS^Y. i Real Estate Auctioneers. COURT SALE BY AUCTION OF FRAME DWELLING KNOWN - A." NO. 610 NORTH TWENTY-SECOND STREET, ON THE WEST LINE OF TWENTY-SECOND STREETj BE? TWEEN LEIGH AND "M" STREETS In execution of a decree of the Chan? cery Court of tho city of Rlolitnpnd, In the suit of Ruth E. Gary's committee vs. George Anna Pollard et als., en tered Julv 25. 1911. the undersigned will sell by auction, on tho premise.-, on FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1911, at 4 o'clock P. Mo the above mentioned frame dwelling I,ot 35 fe?1?fT>et, running back be twojon parallel lines H7 feet to an alley 15 feet wide. TERMS: One-third cash, and th? residue In equal payments at one an two years after date of sale, do for ft payments to he evidenced by notes, with interest added at S per cent, title to be retained until all of the pur chase money is pah); or all cash, at lh? option of the purchaser. A. L. BOULWARE,: JOHN P. I.RARY, WILLOUGHBY NEWTON, JR., Special Comml*ator.?rs I certify that the bond required by the above dVcr.oo of the sp*-!-!! com? missioners has been duly gtv^n. Given under my hant* this ?lt?r d*,y of October. 191). . Texte: CHAS. O. aAV'JkLL?.