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Greater Richmond's Greatest N r ni|i? i>rr,
?te&mtfl*$3^ Oi^potrh
OREATKHT WANT AND REAL HH
TATI-l .Hl Hill 11 IN VI IK. IM A, AND
ONE OK TIJM ?BST IN A.HMItlL'A.
Want Ad Rates
Daily, one cent per word 'Then i>ut<l
In udvuucv. Nu Ad. taken lor Iva? ti??ii?
leu vvuIn.
One uud one-hiilt cents a vrord nil
clunslllciitlon? except situation Warnte?!
fur Sumluy. Situation wanted, one cent
a vtord. No Ad. huuilnr Inkcii lor less
tbnu Uftevii eents.
No Ail-., taken for less i Ii ii ii tnctitv
II ve cents when phoned In or c?iirg,vd
u't the counter.
I'll..ii.- ordere mi' giinriintccd.
< liisslllcutloii? out Hunrmitri'il after
DiHo I*. M.
For liiiNlnrnrt contracts, arml for 'bo
Want Ad. Man. Phone Monroe !?
U.0QI und j uuuu
U >*T. ?ATURJ iA V' NIGHT, BETWEEN
Jefferson ami Harrison ijtrcerts, pink
eMff/ni gca-rf, with pfcllk friirgw on
?idee. I'lioiio Monroe pi i.
U?i?T, NECKLACE of .1 KT beads,
iv.tili mnall sold beuda :.-tw<<-ii. lie
Win?! for return to 400 North Lom
bnrdy Streert,_
BRACELET, PLAIN Go;,!.. EITHER
on. Forest Hill car, Sov< wtSi und
Broad or Ibwf Theatre; fall uuiiw ln
Hido ibtratiolot, Mary C. Dalum. Re?
ward if rutuirtmrU tu S>mrri?- Ave
l.-ic. t-'QIl-M Hill._
t?fl" t?.mtc?, ?p??t
\vXntcl?, kor u. B. ak.mv. .Mi;.;;
bodied, unmarried men, between ages
of is and 2?. citizens of United mates,
of good character und temperate hab?
its, who can speak, rend and writ*
the English language. For informa?
tion apply to Recruiting Oluoer, sli1)
E. Broad Street. Rlohmond, Vo.
WANTED, BXPERD3XCBD WELL
drill: c at ojio.-, state ..xperleri'. o uici
balmy expected; muni be selber. H.
ii. i "Ait 11, Kitt:' 11. N. C
W A NTBD, A GOOD EX PK 111B-NC Bi >
waiter for boarding IkOUSO. Apply
MRS. J. R. OOOPB, :U3 Kam Main._
WANTED, Im-7ys Fili?M~X ix K TO
fourteen years to board for site sum
Ii?".- months. Address MRS. HUO-H
CAQCPBELU r F. I>. No. 1, DOS
-?vc'l. Va._
SALESMAN TO HANDLE "OUR HIOH
gra?le lu.br. arting orla; auto Oils,
greases, paints, varnTsrtres and com?
plete* specialty line; salary or obm
rrvission. central petrol-BUM
CO.. Cleveland. O._
wanted.-by a .ioiiiiiN'i ii- ii'.-i:.
young man uisottt ?v<3fli'i'n to work '
in stock; ?tat}j sge, rofcri-iiirs und i
residence. D caro Tlnr*C|l-DlS- |
patch._i
W.VNTBI>. Pi.\"N7ST~vi''V,lNl ST AND
crnsrL'.eit for Benson's ? r.gageuient at
H?bal Washington, BeTkley Sprrnga,
W. Va_ _ _
WANTBD* VIRGINIA P. EG 1ST brei?
fiharrnaeist; married man preferred;
only one worth a good salary need
apply. G. G. CONGIjON, Phoebus.
Va._
yOT*"".?fl-: wanted FOR GOVERN
n.er.l position; }vj month. Send pos?
tal tor list of positions open.
franklin INSTITUTE, Dept. HIH
1'. It ch'-Kier. N. y_
feituutiono CCia.wco, Malt
WANTKlV^A'?h'M?.?X'\'.S' M A NAG Kit
or hi ltd clerk in gem's doth&ng and
furnishing store! twelve \v-nrs" ex?
perience as manager; ag>?l 24. best
of references. Addr-F? D 105, can
Tlm?i-1 Rstpaich.
RKOISTERED 1 IRIGGI?T OPF,X~~ I"-.'r
position', anyiWfhere In Virginia: good i
rKifererroes. E tS7, car,? Tim -?-Dls- i
patch,_
BOV. FIFTEEN YEARS OLD. WANTS '
position in ofllre. Phono Madison
J2B2 .lur;r.g buslnftSS hours.
WANTKI.. POSITION A~ ROOKTCEEP
ir or general ofllco nvtn by young
man -with ? ;."r: -jp> and good ref?
erences. Addmos I> r.tS. cave Tlmies
I ..-patch.
REGISTER El ? Pif \ RMACIST. OR AD
ua.te flv.- van. practical experience,
wants position; h-"t reforenves. D
'os, care Tlmes-Di-rpatch.
EXPERIENCED M ? LE STEXOORA
pher d. sires position: refrwnor-s. D
'?'<?. -arc t;rnes-Dl?:iatch.
wanted; position with ooon
ss-tvinvill man sawing l>y day e.r
eontnetinp: iiwpe^trhtyed In sawmill
work. Address R. & ruxxd, WlnHftr
pock. Va._
l?Clp CLiilllllD, J'-fllhllC
WoM.Vn 'iO C' ?-)K AM' k b 1 11" rft)! s i-j
for family of two: near city, on car
Vine. Call 3 to-morrow at 111 West j
Grace. _
WAIN HDD. WORK.IXG W iUSBKDBP
or (w3nte) for s:n:ill falmily; new
subtiri.au home. Apply ti'Jl East
Ixign SU*o?t
WANTED, A GOOD COOK Tc^OLOlIKD)
to go to the cou:itr>': only five ntllets
from Rtchmondl near c.r line; good
wages. 705 Mutual Bundling.
W?xT'K1>7"a ..Uni' \V'.?.MA-\' TO ?''"' >:i
and cflean; to one ca.paib>Ie of bear?
ing i-sspoAslbUity goo.i rragKa; room
on pixenlsfis. Addresa 20);; West
Main .SL"?cL
WAIXTBD, A COMPETENT STENOG
raph?r from the l&th of July to the j
16th of August, and possibly longer;
only an eXpttrtencKid operator wanted. I
Aildi- ss X. Y. '/. . Ilox . .. t. City. I
WAXTDD, LADY BOOK KEEPER WITH
general offius ??perlene?; one capn
hie of holding r hi.'..bh- position;
cite rcR?n nces. Address D 197, canci
Tlnms-Dlspatch.
WANTKI >. REFINED WOMAN FOB
house lo bouse work; drug specialty;
salary. Apply to Room >.<. Hilbert
Hotel. Tune 12._
&.tti?tion<3 tUanifo, Jrmalc
REFTXTOD Y"l'N'i *Y').M.\N, in YEARS'
experience as housekeeper, uuincuni
bercd, wishes position as matron
or housekeeper in ho.v]ilial. i..||,-.-i
or public iiisiituili.il. n.-t refer?
ences. Address M. G.. 1503 Grove
Ave-.. Rich.ml. Va._
protrosionai t?cIp f.?unfr?
WANTi:i). TEACmBRS FOR PUBLIC
school nnii college work Positions
oprn In all Southern Stales. Writ*
for "A Plan." SOUTHERN TIC AC 11 -
brsj AGENCY. 'i;i:o' ia. ^. C.
.&ffuntf0n0, ptoir?i-!oniii
A GRADUATE OF THE NORFOLK
Protestant Hospital wishes a post*
lion ni resident nurse, in school -,r
college for coining session; heal ref?
erences. Address M'.s.s ft. N. v..
;::>! 'I'm nl.. -? :;:'ni n v-l . '.'11i- \ .i
Mgrmc; cuiiatco
.WE Iii" A 11 AN TK b YOTj i"" sm.E.s
every da>. Fuirost and nquaresi
proposition you ever heard of. No
hot air; Just plain guarantee con?
tract. Pine Tar ami Velvety Pastes
are Hie greatest canned soap spe?
cialties out. Keif-demonstrating pinn
docs the trick. nothing like if,
everybody excited; lft0 i"-r c-nt. to
400 per cent, profit. Write now for
guarantee contract: samples: LA
rue SOAP CO., Dep'. n. Niagara St.,
Buffalo, N 'I*-_
azaanreu
DT^PLfCAT?;" "TVI'bW1 i ITTEN "f.bt
ters. w. f. IIOHART, RON 1142.
Phone 5171._
Wanted, to BUY for cash.
household goods in any quantity.
Phone Madison ,3SSL
WANTED.?A FIRST-CLASS MODERN
builder wantll subcontracts. Addross
BUIIvDER, Box 1102, City.
ON TUBSTDAY, JUNE 2T,, 1312, AT 1
o'clock J'. M., at ttH office. No. 124
Virginia stroot, Richmond, Va., the
uinleiHlunod will proceed to sell at
public auction twenty shores o' Its
capital stock, of the par value or"
twcnty-tlvo dollars ach, standing in
tin- nuino of W. A. taring;, to satisfy
.ts 1. ii for tltO Unpaid pitr'-liaae. prl?v>
(?hereof, amounting to tno sum of
iiv? iiunutrod dollars, or twenty-flvo
dollars on ec?ch share, with Interest
!?? icon from May 23, 1910, until paid,
and the. expenses attending tire said i
sale.
< 311! 11STO M A N UFA/ ITURINC
_ COMPANY. INC.
i/ -ST. -noti<HC r.s n.i;i:i)i:v civkn ,
thath application will i.c mad - tic- ;
ocrdtritf*to law ..'or the renewal "t
bond uf the Commonwealth of Vir?
ginia, Issutal under act <<f Fie.ruary
II, 1882, No. .1272, for |100. ia tho
name of M. Isabel Jackson.
ii. T. POW.12L.T4
. CLAUD BSTE8,
_Kxfeinors.
RUBBER TIRES POT on while you
tvaJrt; painting and n-pak'ing a apo
dally. Lt, ('. BRI3TOW. 1". North
Eighteenth.
TO WHOM~T MAY O?NCKUN: I I
haw, sold my confectionery and fruit
I ibusttucaa, corfdticthsl at .">'.>?; West
Hroi-il ?troett, to Mr. K. K. Darhnn
lan.
JOHN ACY
NOTICE TO Tili: PUBLIC: TIIIU IS TOl
notify you that II. C. Huppert, of
this city, is no longer connected with I
the real estate firm of W. e. Purcoll.
Jr.. Co., inc.. his services having !?? en I
dispensed with a* of June 1st. 1018.'
' w. e. PURCELL JR.. CO., INC.
DUPLICATE TYPEWRITTEN LET-1
lets. W. I". 11 OB ART. BOX 1112.
Phone 5171.
wan i i;n. TTTTi irni.ii: to KNOW
that J AHN K E BROS., Jewelers, B12
East Main .stt. . t. i. iv. Bell, exchange
an.] REMOUNT DIAMONDS in Till'.
LATEST STYLES. Old gold and sil?
ver always taken In exchange.
XMisinrss Oppoitiuunrs
wan'i i:n. Man of a Vi lit "y* to'ln"
vcaR from $100 to $':'<? :ti a good
business proposition that will brlhi
woollnrvl ncsiulta. Addmtis h 450, i
'?nr... Times-QlKpjteh.
w antTTi\ engines ?n*ri n>7Fi7i7ns
fo.- overhauling, RICHMOND MA
_<MriNi: Work? inv
look INC Kult nrsJNESS? OUR
typewritten letter* will find !t. In?
expensive and always gel an Int-r-i
view. Box 1112. Richmond. Va.
poiilttp, pcrs nnn Hint fetocl; !
TEN PRt3SiT~COWsT JERSEYS and'
Itolateinoj; flu? Vmllvlduala; heavy
inilkr-rs: surtalble for family or dairy
bUKinesH', also modern dairy jsnulp
rn.-nt; Tornado s'.lo, 10\22; corrtlnu
oils door, and ten tona of hay. S.
PARKE P. ho ESTER Madrson'3SS0-Y,
WcsUuumpton,
'}????: sale. '>v;; <'? ?MBI NATU IN RID
Itit and driviriir hnr*e; sound and
gentle: ciin *>? sKcn at KlASSBL-!
hero st \ r;.t: gig -? < ?
Summer 23onram?
'</I.' ?VERF1 ELI >S," C< ?MF< ?RTABLE
country resort, open ill year, in I
beautiful Piedmont hills of Alba
inarlo; spacious kioJi.iIs of shade,
and irrass; tennis, swimming; po-.l
horses or stabling; mountain tireeges;
circular! city references; county I
houses sale or rent. "RANDOLPH," I
Keswlck, Va.
Tl 1 i: El .k T' ">n JK?TEiZ ELKT*>n* I
Rock'r.gimm county, Vn.; delightful I
summe- hom^. opeji May 1, write f*>r
circular. MRS. a. C. DR.\WBAUOill,
s- -i i.'.rii r-orr \ci:. o.-han vii:v.\
Vn.?Large, wi-'i-fuTnished rooms
and pi?n;!ies; inod.ern converiri'n'i'e.s;
four minutes' walk from amuse,
montit. For terms, ?'!dre.?s 51 Its i".
_U SOlEAtPL_
WANTED, FEW REPINED BOAltD
ers at the "Link-" C'jttaK,>. Fourth
Street, Wllloughby Beach. Country
and sea food served. w. a. JOV- I
NEH, Ocean View, Va. ,
BOt.M.LVAKD inn, on HAMPTON
Roads, country and seashore com?
bined, with city convenience!'. Send
for literature to the MISSES TABB,
Hampton, Va.
wanted, jTi7m~mi:iT uoaudkhT;
large country home, shady lawn. 10U
yards Hum station and post-oillcu,
live miles from CharlotteivllU.
Terms reasonable. Address mi AS
SALLIE w. SMITH, Bhadwell. Albe
marie Co., Va.
jTlc7;s~?"-OTTAtl K, latONTIN'i ches
apeake Hay; modern in every re?
spect. Boarding, lodging, bathing ana
Hulling Best accommodations Kuar
nntced. MRS. H. A. D1GOS, Ocean
\ l. W, _^_
Ural Csj!:Uc j:c <?aU
?in <jn> k hV'ykk.'a 'io'i'iiiCcuNT.!
investment in Hull Street store
property. JENNINGS * CO.. 1020
Hull Street._
100-acre farm, 8E.VEN-ROOM
house; well at door, new stable; on
public road and near railroad; would
hange tor city property. JL-..N
NINCS. <fc co.. 10:1t1 Hull rilreeL_ I
BlfA t" tiK L" L oak trltOVE llOME,'
seven-room house, large lot, good
outbuildings. S-e JENNINGS & CO.,
H'20 Hull .Street._
farm *! "!: salic; MILES OF
Aal?and; Ir-rs-;- dwiiAllng; aT. new
outbulldihrgs; highly innprorod soli. ,
For paitttlciilai^s, iUWresa Uox 1'J,
Route a. Ashland, Va._
4tT FEET BY 1711; ?It?VE A **ENt' K.
between Meadow and Rowland:
per fool A. J. \\ AUREN. 415
SLac.iI CQttirc fai Urnt
F?U itENT IN itOO BT.OCK. IIA.N^ I
over Avenue, four up-to-date Hats, :
separate yards und basements, hut I
water heating plants, fr?nt mid r.-arj
porches. besides baths. pantries.)
closets; rrndy September I; only]
$.13 1-;; a month. You can't beat
this. Si.'i Ol.INWARD, slrtth and!
s;,0-ACUE STOCK AND TRUCK FARM
for icut or 1 .isc; hiiui-TOOhi dwell-J
Inj; ami all necessary outbuildings: ,
ten miles front centre of city; +Vs
mil h from riillroa?!. AddMiss D ?'>?;:?,
cn-rc Tim.is-1 'l.spntoh._.
FOR RENT, . on FULTON HILL,
llv<-room cot tag.1, wM Itstable on lot i
for four i r live stalls; will put in j
flrst-olnss order for a desirable' ten- j
ant. Apply lo JESSE A. i.ADD, caret
Nelson .': I.add, Inc.. No. lSui East!
Cary Slroet. __^|
YOUR RENT ACCOUNT PLACED
with n. W. Howe & SON insures
best resullr..
FURNISHED ?.HINTER PARK RES!- j
<l( nee for rent .inly and August. No. I
I Wcst.wood Avc. Rhone Monroe j
_ISfifl_.
pfl?OIUll?
IMj'pLICATE TYPEWRITTEN LET- 1
lers. w. F. HOB ART, BOX ill.'.!
I'ii..ne 517L
WEAR \ SPIRELLA CORSET. MADE;
or l eant if iii Imported net. ventilated !
material. ventilated honing. fier
vices of an expert corsctlere Ire,.. I
Do not be deceived b\ IniitaHons ;
SPIRELLA CORSET shop. ?'">s n. I
Fifth Street. Mrs Cornelia Moore.
Manafler. Rhone Madl?r>n T"T.2.
LADIES7" ' ??? i.MRINGS MADE INTO
-witches, puffs. ,.tc. THE ROYALLE,
?07 East Broad 3trout, Richmond.
HUMAN HAIR' BOUGHT AND SOLD
at Ht"<!lli:s:.S. :.'il'j North Third.
NEW "arrival OK 'the FINEST
goods on earth now on exhibition
and nt reasonable prices. Come and
see them. yarid'S, 217 N. Fifth.
DAILY PUZZLES
What (irfrk Goddestt
ANSWER To YESTERDAY'S PVZ7.UK,
Sullr7.
jfoc S>alt
PIAN'O MARSHALL' AND ^KNDbCC
Looks'like now. Original prlco $350.
our price, $153. A bargain. 1.1:1:
FERGUSSON 1'IANO CO.. 119 East
llroad.
F' ? It V.' AOoTsiToO TO RlL'lT?KDSON
BR?K.. olG Brook Avenue. Painting,
impairing and rub!,er-tlre work.
Madlso n 14 0 7._
WE HAVE BOMB SPECIAL INDUCE
mcnta to offer you in the. talking
muchlue line. <:. L5. HAYNES CO,,
_H!1 W. Hroad Street
CARB?'?K TO SELL. "CsK. lull
prices. FELIX M. JONES. JR., IMT
I-:. Krankl)n St.. Cabbage .Man.
'i ll V I 'S UN " VOl it PIANO. TI M N' T.
repairing, etc. BOPP & FERGUS
SON. Klrst and Main .Streets. Piano
Hospital.
PIANOS? RENT ED OUT FOR WIN -
ter months. Have had beat of cere.
See them on our floors at $l?.r>. $166,
?lh5. $200. LEE FERGUSSON
PIANO Co.. 119 East 1H> :.'I.
NEW" ARRIVAL OF TUB FINEST
goods on earth now on exhibition
and at reasonable prices. Come. and
sec them. VARID'H. 217 N. Fifth._
KO.IA BEANS.--GOOD STUCIi.~i.IMIT
ed quantity. Also black, clay and
mixed peas. For sale by D. ETHER
IDGB 6z CO., 31-3^ Commerce str-tt,
Norfolk. Vq._
FOR SALE. NO. 0 PULSOMBTER
"team pump, will pu.np 4'j per cent.
hau i or mud; S-inch discharge, half
Inch steam. Also 50-H.-P. boiler, IS.
H.-P. engine, two steam drills; one
double-diuin hoist, one single-drum
hoist, derricks, cars and truck; two
horsepower hoist, winches und gen?
eral quarry or contractor's ? equip?
ment Address ii 86, cure Times
Dispatch._
TV nT.N G II AM is? 11 A V E Y?1' R
pianos cleaned out uinl protected
against moths before you go awa>
this summer, LEE FERGUSSON
PIANO CO., 119 Bast Broad Street.
Phono 622-L._
S Et S >ND-11 AND BOILERS. ENGINES,
machinery of every description, belt?
ing, hangers, pulley.i and shaft :ig.
Condition guaranteed, i. BLUFORD
& CO.. ir..1S E. Cary Street_
pT?NCT TUNING. WE ARE SPECIAL
lsts in rebuilding and repairing
pianos. BOPP & FERGUSSON, 10;'.
Bast Main.
I FOR SAi7r:~?NE MILE OF 25-POl'ND
relayefs; one contractor's hoisting
? nginel one Surry Park-r Skidd er;
one ftirutu concreto mixer, all in ex?
cellent condition and cheap for a
prompt sale. P. O. Box 1173. Rich?
mond, VS;_
.MOT IIS. PI A N< )S?\V 1IBN THE TWO
get together it means expense to
you In couple of months. Have your
piano protected against them this
summer, LEB FERGUSSON PIANO
CO. lit* East Broad Street.
KRANICH & BACH UPRIGHT PIANO;
In good condition: for sale at bar
gain, having recently purchased
St ein way. LOUIS R MARTIN, ill
Sout". Twelfth street, Richmond.
Telephone Monro-s ^T3t.
Foil" sai.b. SEVERAL" SECOND*,
hand top buggies, two runabouts,
three top wagons"! a teat bargains.
See A. MEYER'S SuNS, 73 I East Cary
Street.
HAVE VOUR PIANO LOOKED AFTER
by experts. Now is the time to have
them cleaned out. HOPP & FER?
GUSSON, 103 East Main. 'Phono
Monroe 276s.
WAGONS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
tor every use; satisfactory service;
lowest prices. A MEYER'S SONS. 737
Eaest Cary Street.
FOR SALK7"TUN SHARKS OP STO-.'K.
Main Street Rank. Call Madison
_3060-X -1._
CARPENTER'S WAGON, IN PERFECT
order, S35; one stlck-sutit surrey,
rubber Pre?, $8.'i; one runabout. $;!.">;
a top buggy. 53T.50; light and heavy
farm wagons. Price .reasonable.
THUS. H. DUKE & CO.. SO 1 Brook
Avenue._
FOR SALE, A NICE UN'S OF
Brockaway ar.d Peabody op and
open buggies and surreys at a bar?
gain
For SALE, ONE HOMEMADE TRUCK,
$165; special bargain.
WE HAVE A WELL EQUIPPED
plant for repairing and painting ve?
hicles; automobllt body building and
painting .1 specialty; prompt service,
RICHMOND VEHICLE CONSTRUC?
TION CO.. 314 North Fifth Street.
Madison
FOR SA BE. COCK BOOKKEET/BIVS
desk, table, sh'-lves. two electric
fans, one Rcnrlngton typewriter tab?
ulator. Apply to w. W. HARD
WICK b. Trayc-lora' Building.
ii'k? Vi \7i~i' la .vi" ??< > mplk tf~"Yn~
riniUng 1:-. i:.11or.-. 5,000 feet Moor tile,
500 doors and frames. 100 win/low
frames complete, plait gloss el va?
lor*. 200,0)0 brick, -?; 1 * 1 all mat rial in
Murphy's Motel T. EDW. CLARK, E.\
I? rr Wreck r Apply to mr. CARVER,
on pi-.-mlhcs.
For SA1.E. A F?LL link OF 14 ITS I -
incus ami laundry wagons, surreys,
hug-git es and runabottte*. at a greul
i i duett on in pric , as l aim making
room im- honvy wagons, trucks, etc
H. 1' IHil-T'l'A'. B. N..:-:h K ri 1. ? ? tj .
lUal Cottiir taanirD
II ES Pi !ns1 lll.ll' G4 ilPl.l: 'want FUR
irinh'td house lb live In and care for
during summ r. STUDIO, 115 Ensi
Broad.
LIST VOI'll FARMS WITH J. A CON?
NELLY & CO. Write postal for noo
essnry blanks
f?oar&lng
MLS. ?'. K H'lWElt-. II'. E. 'FRANK"- .
llh, rooms ami iboard for pomin? nt j
nnVl transient guests; dining room 1
well .-quipped.
LARGE SF.i T.iND ' FI-OOIt FTU NT
iroom and hoard for .-t rutfined couple,
or ladles or gentlemen; prlva-te fam?
ily. 203 West Graes.
HOME COMFORTS: DESTR AiBLE OUT
sldo 'hrlght rooms, w'.fh board. 100
Wont Main, ndjolnlng Jeffovf on H<."-1.
FIRST-CLAS8 ACCOMMODATIONS FOR
nertnnnenl. transient and labla
boonleis can be secured with MRS
HORACE WELFORD .TONES, at 2f)0
E. Franklin Street. Gentlemen a spe?
cialty.
or without hoard ;:s i;. .Marshall.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
private hath. Apartment 4, Thu
tlanovcr. Mudi J->r. boix-j.
WJBAtS.VST."A1*Tr V'TTVK ROi iy,s" 14
N..rta Sixths fJi'. side- of *tlt!M*t.
COOL, COMIFOUn SiDLE ROOM; ALL
'v.r.'.?<?!.;<ifC*. 1 ? .' .-.r':: Fifth.
ft rtxi sTi Sdj i oi * s i; k i > i-: i ? i n<; i tOOSMS.
I'lmue Moproo S3 '. 7 North Sixth.
jMats jfoc ?cnt
PoR^ftKNT. "'PO.-.-'?; -.;loN AT^OXOSi |
new, up-to-date llv -ro-rm IIa?, trc
oiwl iloor; ail modern conjicoilfencea;
rrico front and ...i. k porch. Apply
_'SU3 Ea.v* Grnxv. Strcm.
FUJCXiSUBD fr't, FINrJS ROOMS
and Imtlh; second :loor. 614 North |
Lombard;.-, oppoal to Rlolvmoud Col?
lege._ _
flat for light itorsEKEKpiNG;
nlpo rooms, furnished or unfurnished.
Apply to 21? N .i th Third.
APARTMENT IN THE NELMAR, 1811
Park Avenue, elfi A or nine rooms;
heated. Rhine Madison 66&9-J.
Suromobilr.5 (or s^nlf
MARAT1K ?X AI Ti 'HI I,RS?TOUR
Ing cars. II.'JO", roadster, $1,000; 3.".
horsepower cylinder, 4 1-4x4 1-2;
fully equipped. WM. p. ATKINSON,
Petersburg, Va. Night phono 6U1;
day phono 7*.
Goal ant cciootj
WOOD and co a I*.
OUR DRY KINDLING BEST IN CITY:,
heretofore hand!.! by Midlothian;
Wood Company; 11.50 half-cord. da?
vid M. lka <i <:<j. Phone Monroe I
_6?6._
just phone vn ;;r..\dqt;ap.Ti-:R.s
Tor wood. I rccominend slab wood
for hot water. Makes quick, hot !
fire and kocj out when you arc
through your work or cooking. Vir?
ginia anthracite coal Is cheapest for
hot weather. Will send a sumplc i
free. IXJNG. Madison 10 70. j
~ I'HONographs.'" v
WHEN you dry look for the
name Edison if you want uno you
can understand every word on the I
record. c. b. HAYNES a: co.
THE MAIL ORDER 'A IRK COOP 1'AC
tory. BOXDEY BROTHERS, manu?
facturers of wire chlakon and tur
key coops, Bumpass, Va.
BHOE REPAIRING. " :
iEc UALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES, 60c i
ladies; every pair St wed; best lealh-1
cr, no nails, no pecs. Itoval run-!
her heels, 25c; 'I red-Air rubber heels.
10c; leather heels r<-built like new.
26c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE
FACTORY, 71? E. Main. Rhone M >:.
roe 2'JC7.
LOANS.
io.OUO
TO LEND ON DIAMONDS AND
watches at Now York rates. N. F.
JACOBS & SON, Nu. :is North Ninth,
SLIR COVERS.
SLIP COVERS MADE TO ORDER,
furniture polished and repaired, j
LEVY, the Upholsterer, 42i West1
Uroud. _ _
~~ sl11 ? COVEits!
IN LINEN AND CRETONNE, TOR REO
room or paiioi. Llade to JR. Si'u
Nok & HUNDLEY, INC., Seventh and
I Grace. Madison 3204._
RELIABLE HAT RE!'.-VI RING.
.MEN'S SOFT. STIFF AND SILK HATS,
Panama, and str?av hats c:i\ac?<-<l,
blocked, r i.imiiK'ii like now; man-u
faloturlng, ntdillng, r."pairing. AM EE
I CAN HAT <'o, 501 E. Marshall, cor.
iK-r Fifth Street._
GARDEN TOOLS.
LAWN RAKES, GRASS .SCYTHES, LA
j dies' trowels, hoes, etc.; hedge and
pruning shears. CLARKE, Hardware,
j 1215 Main Street._
LAWN MOWERS.
1 LAWN MOWERS. $2.50 AND UP
ward.-1. high-grade, ball-bearing. It
pu> b to buy a good one. CLARKE, |
II ardware. 1215 Main Street._
FLY SCREENS.
j METAL FRAME WINDOW SCREENS,
adjustable; stay In and keep (Pea
out. Screen doors and screen wire.
CLARKE. Hardware. 1215 Main St.
WATCH REPAIRING.
YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN
ed by WM. To Hi EN. JR.. is " guar?
antee that It ' uone properly; 20
year.-.' experience. Cleaning. $1; main]
springs, Si. 408 East Broad Street. I
LA DIES, ATTENTi ?NI
CHAIRS CANED, willow FURXI
turo repaired; baby carrlagda re?
newed. richmond W1IJ.oyv
works, 233 North Belvldere. Mon?
roe 2'.'3i. J. Tir.ua. Proprietor.
"l.v\vn~ li'KNCllES. '
IF you av.vnt the "rest bench"
for laavn, park, cemetery section or
onywtsere outdoors, buy Starke'?
park Benoh. made by starkes
dixie pi/ow works. INC.. No. 7
South Fifteenth Str.et. ]
fly time.'
SCREEN DOORS; WINDOWS AND ELY
Wire at the lowest prices and a good
grade to select from; delivery prompt.
ELBA HARDWARE CO., 422 West
! Broad Street. _j
BRAZING. "
; WANTED. RRA/.INt; OR OAST [RON
RICHMOND MACHINE WORKS
INC. _
SANITARY POLISH.
FOR FURNITURE AND FLOORS OF
alt kinds use "Elba Sanitary Polish";']
it brightens up nil furniture, t.-auit
lles the floors and kills all germs.
Manufactured by us, ELBA HARD?
WARE co.
PAINTS and FLOOR STAINS.
IE YOU WANT ANY REAL GOOD
paints or Iloor stains, see us; our
goods last longer, look heiter, and
are better, than any In tho city. Wo
carry all colors, and prices reason?
able See our stock b .fore buying.
ELBA H ARDWARE <'o., 122 V\ est
Iii pad.
LAWN MOWERS.
START CUTTING YOU R GRASS EAR
l> hihi K.cp a putty lawn. Use,
one of our good lawn mowers, wo
have k nlcj lino. ELBA HARDWARE
co. _ . ;
BASEBALL. GOODS. j
EVERYTHING IN BASEBALL GOODS
anil lishlng tackle. See us bstore
buying. ELBA HARDWARE CO.,
corner Henry and Broad.
GET your NAME up.
WE ARE EXPERT SIGN PAINTERS.
Prices cut to rock bottom. Quallt]
guaranteed Prompt service: You
sr.ui. money. VIRGINIA SIGN
WORKS, i'JO R. Main Si re et
WHEN YQU WANT
HOUSE CLEANING. WAXING AND
staining floors, windows washed.'
new houses cleaned, call Monroe1
1120, WILLIAM JOHNS! IN.
BAKERY. ~"~
Rift I,EM ON CAKES, .l.'.e: FIVE KIND.-;
layer eakes, 15c each; sponge and
angel enk-os, inc. each. DRINKAHD,
12? 1-2 North Sixth,
One of Prettiest Affairs of Com?
mencement Week at
Ashland.
[ Special to Tim Times-1 >l spat Hi. 1
Ashland, Vn.. June 10.?One of tho
prettiest affairs to ho given during tho
Randolph-Macon finals was the l'iif
Kappa Klpnin banquet, Which took placo
ot the Henry Clay Inn to-night. Tho
banquet hall was elaborately decorated
In fraternity colors nnd palms. Numer?
ous candelabra carried out the color
schem? In the tnblo decoration.
Speeches were made by several of the
alumni, while Or. S. C. Hatcher made
the presentation speech for a loving
cup given to Rice Wnrreri In appre?
ciation of Ills Interest atm assistance
to Tan ("hnpter. Mr. Warren's very
appropriate response showed his grat?
itude to the chapter for their co-opera
tlon during his five years as coach at
Randolph-Macon.
The guests were Mr. and Mrs. S. C.
Hatcher, -Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Tucker,
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ellis, Mesdames
A. P. Wightman, C. E, Potts, M. M.
Baldwin, E. E. Hartsook, J. 1?. Blddlck,
James Hunter. Mr. and -Mrs. Itlco War?
ren. MIfs May Baldwin, with Herbert
Lipscomb; Miss Itahell Perry, of Mary?
land, with Howard Harlan, Jr.; Miss
Annie Macon Potts, with Marlon Fish
or; Miss Virginia Potts, with L. S. Da?
vis Miss Katharine Robinson, ot Rich?
mond, [with Gcorgo Wood; Mini Annie
Hunter, with Charles Tebbs; Miss Pago
Nixon, with Hatcher Willis; Miss Kath
crlne Kent, with R. B. Jones; MIhm Ja?
unt Dawson, of Norfolk, with T. L.
Lipscomb; Miss Anno Ma rye. with Lynn
Walton; Miss Borths Emmerson, of
Portsmouth, with Keith Carltn; Miss
Augusta Nixon, with R. B. Bane: Miss
Julia Welsiger, with B. J. Gates; Miss
Imogen.; Rlddick. with Marlon Howl
son; Miss Adelaide JohnBton, with
Fletoher Booker; Miss Mnrthn Hughes,
with Mr. Robinson; Miss Nell Lewis,
with R. II. Payne; Miss Mario McCul
len. with Frank Bane; Miss Cl/trke
Iloofnnglc, with Russell Scott; Miss
Greyson iloofnnglc, with Houston New?
man; Miss Mamie Duncan, with Henry
Nolly; Miss Epie Blackwell, with Fred
Messlck; Miss M il.el Hurt, of Roanoke,
with Frank Wr.,y: .Miss Ixiu!s3 Miller,
with M. U Walton. Jr.
Miss Mabel Hurt, of Roanoke, Is here
for the Randolph-Macon finals.
Mrs. Kate Shields Rend has conclud?
ed her vlsli to Mrs. Hill Carter and re?
turned to New York.
Miss Carrie r;. Vnndlver has returnee'
from New York. Miss Vnndiver was
among the graduates at Frobel League
and -.von high honors.
Mr and Mrs. John Daniel nnd Miss
Daniel, of Cape Charles, are nt tho
Henry Clay Inn for the Raiidolph
'Macon College finals,
RICH FOOD IS GOOD FOR YOU
If well uigtdicd.
vt't make your stomach do a man's
work. Quick relief for Indigestion. All
drug stores sell it. Ijirce bottle 60a.
Vir ginia Trust
Company
RICHMOND, VA.
This Company having qualified
.is Administrator of the estate of
Edward X. Dennis, deceased, all
persons having claims against said
estate are requested to present
them, and those indebted to the
(estate will please make payment.
VIRGINIA TRUST CO.,
Administrator of Kdward X.
Dennis.
jFl?ttfr??nirt 5
or an npartmcnt on first floor on
Grace or Franklin .between Foushee
and Jefferson Streets. References.
Address >N. *Y. /.., enre Jefferson
Hotel.
Juttas anS Cleaning
N atp INA i. 15 Y '-".INi! a Ni > cleaning, !
Works. Mrs. (. a Redford, Pro
prletress. Ladles' ami gentlemen's
hats cleaned anil rchlocked; feathers
dyed and curled. Work called for,
and ellvercd promptly. Laics' work1
a specialty. 1 J".'. 1-2 West Mnlni
So.-t i. phone .M i'llsoti _:
l\c!tab!if <Trnnsirrs
RELIABLE TRANSFER MILLNER'S,
202 North Ninth Street, hauls trunks
for 85c. Claim checks Issued at the
bouse for your baggage. Two nun j
on our wagon. We make a upeclal
ty of moving furniture and pianos. !
i hone Madison 1445.
patents.
PAT1IN TS -Pi;EE PERS?NAL c<>N-'
sultuition ;-i Itirc'remond with invent
o.-s. iitt.-i n yens' rxp(-r!"nco; satis?
factory refori in', s. S. 11. EVA NS,
Patent Attorney, Box 9S4, Richmond,
Sftilrti pi'opoijtil?
I ifti. 0 oi t Im
State Highway CotmutUsslom,
Richmond, Y I.. Juni lu. 1013.
BIDS.WILL RE RECEIVED AT THE
cl.irk's oflief, Houston. Vtt., until 12
o'clock ii.i Monday, June 21, 1012.
for tl:e construction ot four steed
in"..Ig.? ;iu<l "lie reinforced concreto
brlilgi,! in lln'ifux counity.
Plans ami specifications on file nt
this oilicj ami at : h, olll.ro of the
. '. ri; I loUKton, V.l.
DldS on n. Blnglo bridge should he
accompanied .by a. cstMleri chook for
$200, or If on all llvifi brldgtib, a cer
l.:iti .1 clo ck for $500 will he n.uulrcd.
Th- right Is rcsorved to reject .any
und all .bids.
For fiirt.li' i- Information, apply to
t>e sti lersign ><l.
p ST. J. WILSON,
Si aha Highway Commissioner.
RIDS W \NT ED.?SEALED BIDS ARE
wanted for eight hundred (SOI) to
tw.'.v. hundred (1.2101 yards of
grnnolRTilc gtldewniks, to he laid in
the town "f ClarksviH?, Vn. *Spuiel
lloallons furnished upon 'application
to .
R ft, EASLEV. Mayor.
CinrKsvillc. Va.
Notice to the Public
This is to notify you that IT. C. Ruppcrt, of this city, is
no longer connected with the Real Estate firm of W. E. Pttr
ccll. Jr., Co. (Inc.), his services having been dispensed with as
of Tune r, TQI2, by order board of directors.
W. E. Purcell, Jr., Co., Inc.,
ioa North Eighth Street.'
Suction ftaleg. SEnte ?*ap.
?AucnoHsaKS
i'i _ AUCTJONC2BS J' ?
FURNITURE FROM
MURPHY'S HOTEL
AT AUCTION AT NO. 710 BAST GRACE STREFn',
TH7.S TUESDAY, JUNE 11,
beginning a/t 10:31 o'clock.
Wo will ?fll ? lejjr? fl.un.nfcl.ty of Fnrntiture used In Murphy'? Hotel, consist
In:? of Wt?svut and Oxk B.'d Room ifttlts, S^para-t? Bureaus ?,r.d Wnahatonds.
Wardrotbea, Chairs, Roclosm, Osntire TaMcs, HaSr- Mattresses, Bed .Springs,
Brussels artd Voive't <"arr?ets, letto.
Dad'.es InvlPod to ?.tt<snd. Sal^ positive. D<saj?ra should bo sura to aAtend
thla sale-. *
THE VAT/HNTTNE ATTOTTON CO.
CERTIFIED ROLLS
FOR CONVENTION
Official List of Virginia Dele- j
gates and Alternates to
Baltimore.
Official lists of tho delegates und
alternates from V'rginlu to tho .Na?
tional Democratic Convention at Bnl
11more were forwarded yesterday hy {
J. N. Brenaman. secretary ot the Sot
folk Convention. 10 Chairman James
Hay for his signature. Tho lists will'
mi to tho National Democratic Com?
mittee for use lu making up the tem?
porary rolls of tiiu convention. There
is no contest in thrs State1.
The roster of delegates and alter?
nates, with p.jst-ofllce. uddroMxjs, has
i ecu compiled by Mr. Brenaman with
Considerable labor, nnd bus Juul been
completed. .Mistakes wero ma-do In the
original reports of district meetings
in Norfolk, and tho following Is the
first absolutely correct list pubi'shed:
Delegates ul largo?.Senator Thomas
s. Martin. Charlottesvllle; Sc-niuor
Claude a. Swansom Chatham; Gover?
nor WiliiiA.i [lodges Mann, Richmond;
ii. ii Floor. Apponiattox; lt. E. Byrd,
Richmond; ri. T?te Irvine, Big Stone
Gap; ii st. George Tucker, Lexington;
Alfred B. WUtlatnysl Roanoke.
Alternates nt large?lt. Holt EasleV,
Houston; W. e. Allen, Covlngton; J. A.
Stone, BHstoi; Clyde \V. Saunders,
ItichiuOUd; J. M. iJiiusermnn, Wood
stock; s. Gordon Cumm'ng, Hampton;
S. T. Montague, Portsmouth; J. P. Hol
; land. Norfolk.
First Congressional District: Dolo
gates?Dr. J. W. Bowdoln, Bloxom;
Allen D. Jones, Newport News. Alter?
nates?W. D. Evans, Saluda; M. B.
Howe, Freder'ckaburg.
Second Congressional District: Dole
. gates?James V. Trohy, Norfolk: Rob
\ ort U. Tunstall, Norfolk; Frunk E.
; Story, Courtland; Park P. Deans, Wind
. sor. (Delegates to appoint their own
1 alternates.) ,
i Third Congressional District: Dole?
ful,...?c. B. Cookc. Richmond; II. M.
Smith, jr., Richmond. Alternates?Dr.
C, V. Carrlugton. Richmond; Julien
Cun n, Richmond.
Fourth Congressional District: Dele?
gates?Dr. George M. Rurke. Peters?
burg; E. C. Palmer, Emporla. Alter?
nates? W. B. Cocke, Sussex; it. L. Jet?
freys, Chase City.
Fifth Congressional District: Dels
gules?R. A. Jfcmre; Danville; T. I
Clark, Slunrt. Alternates?W. D. Dun?
can. Whittles; Judge J. C. Padgett, In?
dependence.
Sixth Congressional District: Dele?
gates?John M. Hart, Roanoke; Gran
vlUe Gruddock, Houston. Alternates?
A. M. RowmAn, Saletn; Charles O. Crad
dock, Lynchburg.
Seventh Congressional District?Geo.
B. Keezell, Keenletowni Jolin M. Steok,
Wucherer; F. W. Weaver, Luray;
John S. White, Charlottosvllle. Alter?
nates?H, II. Downing, Front RoyaJ;
John W. Fishburne, Charlottesvlllo; P.
H. O'Mannon, Sperryvllle; R. II. Wil?
liamson. Woodstock.
Eighth Congressional District: Del?
r.ptes?R. S. CoChran, The Plains; Geo
ii. Rucker, ii<><tslyn. Alternates?J. A
Marshall, Alexandria; R. R. Buckley.
Cli-'.on; H. T. Qolladay, Jr., Raptdan;
John L. Olli, Leesburg.
Ninth Congressional District: Dele
ga tos?Judge John W. Price. Bristol;
P. F, St. ("lair. Haue; C. W. Doridiirant,
Pcnnlngl in Gap; M. C. Clark, Honnker.
Alternates?A. II Williams, Wytho
vllle; E. T. orter. Gate City: B. F.
Buchanan, Marlon; O, E. Jordan, Dub?
lin.
Tenth Congressional District: Dele?
gates Peyton Coohrssi, Btaitnton; a.
E. strode. Amherst; E. V. Barley. Fin
c.-i^tle; Thomas F. Ryan, Oak Ridge.
Alternates?Dr. John If. Latane, Lex?
ington; II. H. Byrd, Warm Springs;
Pembroke Pettlt, Palmyra; N. E
Spessart), New Castle.
It will be noted th.it the Slate con?
vention elected eight delega tes-nt -
large with one-half vote each, and
four delegates were elected from the
Second, S. v. mV Ninth &n\ Tenth Dis?
tricts with 6no-ha>f vote euch. The
Eighth District elected two delegates
and four alternates,
WILLING TO RETURN home.
M-Yrnr-Old fllrl Who Elopes With
Farmer In tin mix of onicers.
rSpectnl to The Tinu s-Dlspatch.1
Bristol, Vn., June lo.-'i am wiling
lo go back to papa." snhl Blanche
llannabnss, tho fourteen-yodr-old
daughter of W, .1. llannabnss, a Red
ford county fnriner. who eloped Suu
dny nlgiit with James Cre?soy, n
Work than on her father's farm.
Creasey, who Is forty-six years old and
wears a ponderous mustache, bad
SOUghl since Th*t fall to Induce the
girl to clop, with Mm. He flllil thai
he was interested In the crops on 11.ii'..
nabass's farm, and that If he had to
give tho girl up he was ?olng to have
pay for every lick he bad struck n
making tho ctops of tills year.
The coop>e were ah-inrd n Southern
train nnd rendv to start for Johnson
City. Tenn.. when the ofllcers. having
received a messHge from the Klrl's
fattier, took her off the train. She was
hold here awaiting the arrival Of her
father to-night.
Virginia Auction Co.,
Auctioneers, 616 E. Broad.
AUCTION SALE,
UP-TO-DATE STOCK OF
Fancy and Domestic Groceries
AN OUT-OF-T?WN DELICATESSEN
STORE?THEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF
CANNED AND BOTTLED GOODS.
THIS TEES DAT, AT OUR SALES
ROOM, 61? BAST BROAD STRETET.'
AT 10:'.I0 A. M., CONSISTING OF
California Asparagus, Malt Vinegar,
Gross? and Bluckwell Pickled Walnuts.
Potntenlnn brand of Red Pickle. Whltaf"
Asparagus, Sugar Corn. GlULVn Jelly/
Salsa Dlpomtd ro Tomato Sauce, TA-fj
i'j icn Pepper, White Bear Brand SarJ
dines, Coleman's -Mustard. Winter
Stringiest 1 tea us. Sec.mi Waxed Be Ans,
Amlnynn Cloves, Princess Anno Early
June Peas, Ourtrlce Brothers' Tomato)
Catsup, Olive Oll, Jelly Preserves. Cake..
Crackers, Soap, soaplne, smoking ami.
Chewing Tobacco, two Oak Framo
Showcases, one ten-foot Wall Case: also
one Iron safe; also a lot of other goudsl
too numerous to mention.
Sale positive. Terms cash.
VIRGINIA AUCTION CO.,
Auctioneers
Auction SitUc?, jriitutc 2>ag0
By C. E. & H. L. Denoon,
Rj al Estate Auctioneers,
821 East'Main Street.
SADE BY PUB D1C AUCTION
OF
THE ATTRACTIVE TWO-STORY BAY
FRONT DWELLING. NO. 1211 NORTH
T W EN I- y -S E V ENTII ST 11E ET.
At I hie request of the owner, w will
sell by public- auction on the premises,
on
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 12. 1912,
at <'? o'clook P. M..
the veiry dealraible and conveniently ar
pangnd dwelling:," No. 1211 North Twen?
ty-seventh Sirt^t. containing about
seven rooms: nicely papered and lit
perfect order.
This sale offers a rare opportunity to
any one dc-lring :i cozy liomo Or a,
??rood paying Investment.
TERMS: Liberal, and announced at
snl>.
C. T.. .v If. L. DENOON.
Auctioneers.
By A. .T. Chewnlng Company,
Real Estate AUCtlonvjers.
AUCTION BADE
OF
NICE BRICK DWELLING. NO. I EAST
LEIGH STREET,
ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE ! 2, 1312,
at 0 o'clock P. M.
The owner, needing the money for
anothxir purpose, has requeStVfld us to
?11 this jsroperty. It is lirst-clasa as.
an investment and a choice hont*.
TERM'S: Easy, and announced CS&
sale.
Re sura to come on time.
A. J. CHBWNJNG OOMTPANY
Aucttonwrs. '
By Elam * Plinsten.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
DESIRABLE RESIiDENCE,
No. 404 N. 27 th St..
ON WEDNESDAY. JUNE 12, 1912, t\
at 6 o'clock J'. M., ?'.
on thoi promises. Ne>:tt, attractive two*'
story dwtached sbciroom, in good rs-t
pair, with lot of good dimensions; con-!
vemraut umt pleasant location: Miwe??:
.Marshall and Cay Streets; good hont?!
and good renter. Home und Investment,
seekers are urged 'to ntt'cnd. Alus-t t>? i
sold, ami a bargain may |lr. expaoted.
TERMS: At sale.
ELAM A FUNiSTEN,
_Auct-ioncsrs. ;
Urn! estate jfot Kent l)
FOR RJiAT FOR SUMJIKrT
Near the University of Virginia, aii
nine-roo mfunrlshod hotis?, with beitltj
ami electric lights'; situated, on th*
oar line. n-;-u- Jeffi rson Park Hotel.
Address
MRS W. P. KOWE,
The Shennndoah, Richmond; Va.
a^ectin??
- THE STATED Ci 'M.,.n"N10.YTI<>'j3
vV/ . f St. John's Ijodg; . No. a6, Ani,
clent, Freie and Accepted .Masons,'
will i,e held in i's lodge room at th<?
Masonic T inple THIS (Tuesday) EVE?
NING. June. II. 1912, aj 7:20 o'clock.
Election of trustee.
Evury mem'.T of the lodge re
?lii.'sted to attend, und members of sis
tcr Jnilps and transient tune thron are
fraternally invited to unite with us.
Bv order of the Worshipful Mas b.c.
OSE \R I. ADAMS.
s. retury.
NO Ifl - A SPECIAL ('OMMITNti
c?t|.. .>?? Richmond Lodge,
li. Ancient, Free und Am -nte'<t
Mjisoivs w ill lield In the .Ma^onlo
Tnmple THIS (Ttr'sday) EVENING,
June- 11, 1913, at <".:J0 o'i li ck
Mienvoeiv; of slstrr lodgsH and i.rtnn
sieut hratbren fraternally Invltrdd,,
Ilv e -,i ->- or the Worshipful Muster.
R. L VANDEVEVTER.
s. r-otary.
June ' E 1912.
THE VNNUAL MEETING OF TH
stockholder* of the I.cnchb'irtr
Ablngdon T-leirriKPh Company WtV|
''n? held at tin- oinee of (ho West.err
Union TVlograph Company. No. 300
Main 5?tr*e.t In the city of Lvncli
biircr. Va a? TUESDAY, July
RG'.\ >t - o'. io-K P. M.. for the ,?l?e
t on of oltlctrs and d!:**c1ore and fn
iVie riiili-actinn of such other nn*!'
r.e.?s n? may cmrii) before tlio rrt ot
I ng
F W. LTENArj.
Acting S>:?retn wr,',

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