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?to?mtfl1$j?$^ Ofepofrh! UREATUS'I w VNT AND It UAL i:s TATM mkiiil ti IN VIRGINIA, am) UNK OV 'i'llJi] Hl.iT IN AMERICA. Want Ad Rales Dally, uiie ceut per word when i>ulil <u advance, Nu au. inkm. for iimu 1,-11 fflllft. Due au? one-bnlf eeiita n >o,r?l all eluaalllvatluua excel*! Mltuntlon Wanted for Puuday. Sltuntluu Wanted, ou? cent ?? word, Nu a?i. guudajr laltrii lor W*\ ?Iiiiii Hu. in .-.iila. Nu Ada. tukru fur leaa ihm. tjrri-ly UVe cvul? when |........ lu or J , ul Hi,, counter. l'tioui' urdera uo? BunraHeed. ( laaaldeatluna nul guaranteed nfte* Di3u P. M. Kor bu*Iiir?s im.iiI roi'.h, senil tor Mir Wnm A,l. .Mim. I'ii.r-.. iluurne 1. iLOui uuu j tii?i'j tSSS'K'^^P?x^S^iC^o^S^f^S' pen. Moni llurrlsou and lirond. L'beral reward i"i return to c. HARRIS, 1: South Twelfth st Ii phone -Mal1-' _.-on imi3-L. _ _ | lost, BLACK LEATHER pocket? i.ook, marked lt. M, Osterloh. Kinder may keep money und will tec.:lve $.'. additional reward ;t pockelbook and wthoi contents are returned, 3u9 w. Franklin No q.tlohs asked Lost, tuesday, r-> kIctb??k c?N taining statements receipts artd let? ters addressed to tin. owner, i Inder, will please return to 1318 Hull Btr.< it, Souta Richmond, Vit, and receive h ftsonablu r* wai d. Lost, bunch 6k keysJ" uewahd ii pi Urned ? ?. 'i lint ? - Dispatch. fo?n i.. BRACELET I :>' THE CA IMT? Square. Description and cost ol ml* nd. will get it. ' ail at Land oin? eJ , .IN? *. w. RICHARDSON, Register La id . .i!i . EeI T 1 in Main STREET CAR, DAJtk I leather handbag, containing nearly I ?i\ kr?rtk check, . w.n bill t'. Lakopaha, N .1. Return to 200 H Meadow Street l?rip tZLlantt?, a?a? waStkITT """a " lOLORED HORSE Shoei , young; man for fire 01 Moot. Write THOS QU1NL1VAN in son. :<>S Pilncess St.. Wlimlngton. n. ,C. [WAITED, .SHIPPING, CLERK "Vi 11 h experience; prefer once acquainted with mill supply buk'nuss. who ? - a (all hand and is accurate. Kail' ?"?al? ary to plait with and opportunity to advancti In a good business, Address K ? are '1 mes-1 dspab n _ V:ANT,;i. .vi N?CE. A NlrRSE. 204 Lau Ma Iii st 1 ect .WANTED.' COLORED BOY ABOUT 111 wanted. man Ol ability to Vduj. ss k 'si :'. 1 ' -\>: , ... ti SEN '?? ' :? i BETWEEN THE AOE? street railway business; good waget Situations CClantcB, a?alc Keolstered pharma! 1st want position; can furn'tth aood referent ? an;:: A YOt No WHITE MAN DESIRES t*q ?itioii at most anything respectabl willlii? ?0 work Can give b*st t ? i_I :: . isoi ' -_ tjtlp Ccldiitt? J*-fiinilf ??r...P W A Ni'i.l' r-.'i. .All.'ir;. V, . man or girl. Apply MR. s'IOAL, si WANTErT, FITTER] STEADY POS lion to the right party must be tlioi t ighly experienced; bernak1 FRANCES CO:, Urbad arid lift Streets.__ WANTED, A FEMALK STENOOR.A pher for law work; murft be acci rate. TURNB?LL A- TURNBULI Lawrencevlllo. Va. feitiidtioii? CCltiiurD, j;cnnili W a Nil !i1 a n v kintT" >.<f tvp: wrlttuK ,0 d? at home. k 861, ca; Times-Dispatch. feolintuTS anti ?dlr?mrn ^VANTKii. REGULAR AND* SID?'? I.INi; salesmen to sell new patent to mer? chants; liberal commission and big seller. UTILITY PATENT NOVEL? TY CO., Roanoke, Va. ?.~anti:fTT~salksmkn k?m:' stapew line, aluminum cooking utensils; cf taldlshed twenty years; extensive ndverfV^ers. liberal ?lealers1 treat ' ment, Iron-clad guarantee; excellent openings for strong salosmen who can sell high-priced, high-grade k'm^'.s t.> hardware, furniture and general store trade; otrlctly com? mission; no advances; exclusive or side line. Address, with references, particulars and Mat.- territory de? sired. 1. P. A. COM PAN V, Lemont 1)1. e???-?rrr piotro?iDinil l}flp (".tlaiUfti WA-Ti:i>. ' t KA'.'i I lilts'" ' ok 'ALL grades, for college, public and prl , vale bchools, also matrons and , housekeepers, for fall openings In Virginia and Southern States. VIR? ginia TEACHERS' BUREAU, it. W Crldlin. Mn'iag.-r. Richmond. Va. 11_?? ? . '- - Sl?ClHlj CLUliti'D 19! 2 'CAMP'AIGN H< ?OK NOW I: !"..\ D V greatest political battle in half a cen? tury, tariff, recall, money o ut and oth"r vital questions must be decided by voters of the United States; biog? raphies of candidates and all la IS and arguments on both sides if is? sues, written by Democratic aim Re? publican leader:; themselves, in our woiderftil book, containing ;;."." pages, 10*1 engravings and 1.1.my beautiful colored plates; you can in ike big money fast if you start at once; I l> eral commission.-, halidsoinn prospec? tus and out ti I free, send i" ents 1 1 cover postage "ii big free uulflt THOMPSON PUBLISHING COM. PANV. St. Louis. Mo. _ fcTEADY POSITION AND QUICK money.?A few men wanted to n troduce a high-class hOUSOhold spe? cialty in every home. Women who know what the week's Wash Is. buy it on Right. Write or call at once. J. FRANK SMITH, Westpolnt. Va. KOoiiiO JfOE lAflU ?^SrTTteStT'twcTnIch Rooms For light houaokoeplng; nli>? large and small rooms for gentlemen, w th'n dye minutes' walk from Seventh and Broad Streets. Address Q 23, care ?Times-Dispatch._ _ l?w6~n??MsTiN"new houkic7^\vood l.in.l ij.uchts i'..l! m u.r.i.- L'Cs.'-.l. ROOMS for runt apartment I. ti|.k hano/vbr. Monroe r,siS-.l Coor.'ROOMS SPECLMi RATES FOR summer; iti :;.?.' K, Franklin. Monroo 1 ?09. _ Pleasant, attractFvk rooms, n Nonh Sixth; cast side of Streal Situations, ?toteSSional wante d, iiv v'or.stj u'uv, i*? >.-1 tlon us governess for small children; flve year-' experience: references oxohangcd. Address uux 10. Buona Vlsta, \'a. ftoatothg WANTBd! GENTLEMEN AND LADIES im i cuple; nice, large, cool, attractive rooms: large porches and yard; w'th board. Ladies .... per week; men, II. Rooms furni'.ned or unfurnished, '?'?'> N. Twenty-ninth. BOAltD*E RS ~ W ANT !?: I? ON Mlt'iOK I toad, iieai city ;shady lawn; terms reasonable. Add: ess k ?... dart Times'Dispatch. ttOOMS W ITH BO?~l7b7 MI tS. B. B. _SMITH, 301 K. Grace Street. _ WANTED, BOARDHUB FOB LARGE, dcslrublu rooms; also table hoarders. . ?'? East OraCii. ROOM AND BOA I ID; ALSO TABLE ho,int. West ClAlf. MRS. LEE BT I: i ne LI I'S< '' 15 tt, 11A n over Caf?. too West Franklin, Bum? mer rates, Ti ,i dents a specialty. Fill in mil ED ROOM and BOARD nil et.nvenien- i ;,?)?> ;;. Kiftti Street MJtB, C. K BOWERS, ill :.. FRANK iln, rooms and board for per man/ nt und transient guests; dining room l^ottltci', pets ant) liibe ? toe ft "l: "BAlTcT ' < IN E ' FiN'e LaHge d ran a lit horsa . also two wagons and ha i io- ?- Phone Madison 20; l\r?i CGt.Hf J*-ov fs?lt ,\r.m, 70 .VilES. TH'h'I5W-"qEaRt"EI'! mile from station. un Southern Rail? road; six-room house; good as new; anothct house in yard: good out? buildings. Price,. .i; half cash ?'. V. HUNDLEY, Ann IIa. Va. 3&cai C?t.ttr cu-.nmo 1 F A M i: !! W A N T I" I? CAPABLE worklna manaver toi 150-aCIO farm In Virginia: comfortable house, with garden, furnished; good future for right man, Address, with references Hint salary^ expected. .1. A. BHIIAN, 302 it; odv.., y, n ? w York Cltj LIST Voii! FARMS WITH 3 A CON NELLY A- CO, Writ* postal for hoc ? ? :>? Ida:. Us. j.xrai estate $bt Rent ONE' OF''THE 'Nl'iisf '?T?llES <>N NVesI Broad Street for r?-u.t. coifnei Boulevard; suitable inr nny i,u: I ness; low rent Apfdv on premises, J-20I1CCS I Richmond, Fi'ederlcksburg land ? Richmond, Va.. July .'. 1812. NOTICE THE FREIGHT DEPOTS OF _Agent ANTED, THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that JAHNE,. BROS., Jewelers, 813 Ea?t Main Street, buy, sell, exchange and REMOUNT DIAMONDS' IN THE LATB *T STYLES. Old KOld and ?11 vei liwaye taken In CXcnailgc. 'E WISH TO INFORM OUR FBI EN I )S " He generally that our ? lOSi .! on .MM;. 1. t Ij d. I ? ?! CA ICI HVe. HA YNI> AKE AND Olli' ' RAIL 01 Ir '.lira. Richmond. 1912.?'I hi- freight de :ompany will be closed July ) except for Hie ;,. i :.le frclfjtit t>e 1" A M \. WAiVTHEN Agent THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING QU AL ir..<i as admlnUiratorS r,t the estate ol John G Fltzgi raid, deceased, all persons Indebted t-. or having claim a against sa.d estate are requested to make settlement with or proscnt ? J'HIN P. FITZGERALD, john B WELSH. Administrators of John G. Kitzcer I_aid, deceased._ WANTED. EVERYBODY TO see THE motofiiycle races, westllng match and returns from the Johnsdn-Flynn prizefight at Fair Grounds JUly -i at . I v Adt_ssl_ ? i ? ? euinmci ir>n,uoii?g SSaR I 'EllS V. a NT I D at A RGV I e farm; healthy location; shady grove; ; gi .i watcrj good (able; one mile of Ott? i burn Springs. For further j Information apply MR3. W. H. FAR ; LEY. Amelia Co., Va. _ LARGE, SHADY LAWNS. BRICK I building.-. with up-to-date Oath rooms. lighted with gas; macad? amized i oud station. Folder and j terms oh application. Drawer VI ; _prange, Va. _ SUM m E ii :BOARDERS WANTED; larg<;. .-hud> grounds and every com? fort. Terms reasonable. Address Mis.-' CURTIS, "Eseton," Staunton, Va._ i DIGGS COTTAGE. OCEAN VIEW, v.i,. fronting Chesapeake Bay. mod? ern In every respect. Boarding, lodg 1 ing. i>athing. rlShlng. Rest accommo? dation?; guaranteed, MRS. H. A. DIGGS. Proprlctress._ "If ENILWORTH cottage." OCEAN j View. Va.. front'r.g on Chesapeak^ Hay, on cottage line, now open for the season. Apply MISS I>. l. kahn, Ocean View, va._ ' GREENWOOD, ALBEMARLE county, ! -m Ci A: o., In heart Blue Ridge I Mountains; beautiful scenery; fresh vegetables, frui. milk, etc.; good service and reasonable rates. Apply M RS, M S HARRIS, Greenwood, Va. i BOULEVARD INN. ON HAMPTON Iti ids; country and seaah-ore com? bined; with ?!:>' conveniences. Bend , for llteratur ? to the misses tabb. it.i?.pli.n. Va._ NEWPORT COTTAGE, FRONTING Chesapeake Bay, Ocean View, \',i Terms reasonable, MRS 1 >. CAR PENTER. _ _i_ the en?;nor c)"tt.\?*;e. ?>r. cheba peace Lay. Wllldughby Beach. No inosqultboa, no land breozC! modern Convent) hC'< -? r'or rates address; : i TA ENGLA >1'. Wj^Uoughby Bench. oiio?ir?'j Oppottunitif? a 'Mni,." bounBI p'ro'fitable. i wholesale und retail business ( ir I sale. Will require ?10,000 to |1S,000; Investment wlli sell immediately: urn paying <o to 30 per cent, on Invest? ment; am turning capital over every HO to 45 days if you don't mean blKlhcaa and have not the money don'l uhswi r. Address J 106, care ; T|n,,'H","sl'a,ch-_ WANT E i >. il:T V with rani? mill and complete Outfit to manufacture 30..?""> feet of nice, original growth I short l?iif board timber. Addri is, with full description of outfit. P, o. i:,>\ No. 210. Suinfer, 8. o._ PARTY i.EAVl.Ni; cflTY WANTS to sell paying, osta iished business; In? vestigation Invited. k S6t, care Tlrnca-D spatch, PERSl ?NS OWNING THE CONTROL ilnn interest in manufacturing cpn eerns or jobbing house.-; desiring to soli out, or those owning a minority interest In such companies, can llud a sale for their stock by addressing g f,'.'.?. care Tlmea-j dapatch._ "cuaium WANi'llH. KVKIIYHODV TO SK!- Till) motorcycle races, WCStllng match and returns from the Johnsou-Flynn prlxeflght at Fair Grounds July I at 2 P. M. Admission, 10 cents. WANTED. To BUY LIVE GOOSE feathers, best price paid. LEVY. The Upholsterer. 42? W. Broad SI WANTED. TO 'BUY FOu' CASH. household goods In any quantity. I'hoiir Madison 3S.il. 'wwrr.o TO BUY FOR C\Vf?H. OLD Kold and old alvcr: any quantity, ! E. C. ALEYF.lt JEWELRY CO., 317 pots pi thli i HursDA 1 DAILY PUZZLES What fish? ANSWCR TO VESTEUDsYY'S .'t/./t.B \pple. FOR BALE, CHEAP, A COMPLETE act of carpenter's tools, $15 fur ? h< and contents. Apply to 15LSNEH HHOij., 1705 Bast Alain Street.^_ for REGAL RUNABOUT, AS good ii* new; hau run less than mil..!;. .Price; $500. K 77:!. car* TlthcS 0 Ispatch. _ _ FIVE sli?TtES it BANK STOCK. AD dress K 77i'. care Tithes-Dispatch._ new SINGLE TRUCKS and LIGH! furhlturc wagon, grocery ami bunii ? u wagons; RICHARDSON BROS,, 15 : HroOlt a ve._ I WB HAVE fill-; FINEST LINE OF buggies, surrey.*, phaetons, runabouts w'agon? in the- city. Wt ItllOW , our vehicles and their value and ?? . also know we can please you. a. MEYER'S sons. 7.:i B Cary Street. . VV a NT~B D, EXPERIMENTAL MA: . i. work RICHMOND MACHINE 1_v. wit KS. INC_ i Full WAGONS Gi; TU RICHARDSON BROS.: 610 Hrook Avenue. Fainting, repairing a:id rul>:?:r-tlrti work. ? M-'-I^q" L1'3Tl_ FOR; SALE CYLINDER DISC TALK ltig machine und records on easy j ttrrhij C. H. UAYNES ci CO.. Ill West Broad. KBW ARRIVAL of iii.: fTn'est | goods on earth now on exhibition, and at reasonable prices. Come , and Hit- them. YARID'S, 217 North Firth,_ FOR SALE, NO. S PULSOMETER steam pump; will pump vj per tent, sand or mud; 3-Inch discharge. half Inch Steam. Also 50-H.-P. boiler, 15. H.-P. engine, two ileam diill3; one double drum hoist, one oltigle-drutn hoist, derricks, cars and track, two horsepower holut. winches and ge:i i rral -i ;..rry or coiil.-uctor'a equip I merit. Address H i?. care Times Dispatch,_ motorcycles .?.:-..?!?.! roLfcS/nbw and sei ond-Land; lepairlng of ail kinds, TOMPKINS. .::: West Broad: '. NICK ?1>-'ONi'i- HANI.? BUSINESS BL'd NEW SURREYS AT PRICES E HAVE A WELL BQUrPPBD p:..s.t for r* p.iint.g I painting ve? hicle, automobile body building and painting a speclsityj,prompt service. HICHMONTJ VEHICLE CONSTRUC? TION CO.. 211 North Fi'fth Street. _MinL:.-..n 21T.0._ FOUR-SIDED PLANBR, 6x24:DOUBLB lurfucors, B-lnch moulder, swing cut? off saw, resives, lath mills, stave ma. chinery, sawdust blowers, belting, hangers, shafting and pulleys, j. BLCFoRD & CO. pcc0onal0 HUMAN HAIH UOUijllT AND SOLD at HUOH15S5B, 209 .North Third. NEW ARRIVAL OF THE FINEST good* on earth now 6h exhibition, nnd at reasonable prices. Come and see the:n. YARID'S, 217 North Automobiles tor s?aic Koi; SALE. CHAI.MEHS DETROIT. 3" horsepowor touring car, fully equip? ped i nearest offer to $1,000 takes .t; first-class condition. WM. P. AT? KINSON '.OMlWNY. L'u.\ 101. Pe? tersburg, Va...._ ? FIVE-PASSENGER (CADILAC) au; tomoblle, good condition, automobile tires, ;12\4. cheap to quick buyer. 11 : ?? Madison 5313 "5rr. Coal Utib CZUooD WOO D'^ND^COaLT ~ OUR DRY KINDLING BEST IN CITY; heretofore handled by Mldlothlau Wood Company; $1.50 naif-cord. DA ' VI D M. LEA tc CO. Phone Monroe __6&6._ I LONG'S LARGE DRY oa K AND PINE it now Belling at summer prices: also slabs, cheapest wood sold; ?11 of my coal is free-lmrnlng and at summer price. Order now and na> on it weekly. Virginia anthracite s ?hly $6.50 this month, sample sent free, F. T. LONG, 1500 WeSt Broad i .Street._ I PLATE ICE, PUREST AND BEST FOR all uses and the most economical, 40 I cents per hundred. Try; a load of our pine and oak wood, which lo dry and under shelter. TYLER RYAN, . v:- M i ?? : ? M in., .m 1 '.-T'.' 9)isrr!lu*ncouo SLIP COV KH3. IN LINEN AND CRETONNE, ."OR MED room or parlor, Made to at. SY'D nor A HUNDLEY, INC , "evehth and Grace. Madison .1204. antiques. ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE. Furniture repaired, polished and parked, upholstering, etc. L N. AH KALL & SON. 161; \Y. Broad. Phor.j Maili.;on 627 7._ SEA "FOOD. CALL PHONE MONROE 1111 FOR fish, steamed crabs, crab meat. De? livered promptly, S-j:? ,\. Monroe St. STOVES REPAIRED. GAS. STEEL RANGE, ANY KIND. G. HANI'. The Expert. Call Monroe ??o or Monroe S? 1T. SLIP COVERS. SLIP COVERS MADE TO ORDER, fu'nilure polished and repaired. 1 iiV Y, the L'pliulhterer. 125 W est iiroad._ GET" YOUR NAME UP. ~ WE A HE EXPERT SIGN PAINTERS. Prices cut to rock bottom. QualltJ guaranteed. Prompt service. You same money. VIRGINIA SIGN WORKS, 92? B. Main Stree?. I/1AN8. $6,000 TO LEND ON DIAMONDS AND watches at Ne-w Y'ork raten. N. F. JACOBS & SON. No. HIS North Ninth "IF YOU CAN'T FIND IT, GO TO Uc ORAW'S." OVER THREE HUNDRED PENNSYL vania mowers used in Richmond, in? cluding nil the public parks. Why not have the best? W? handle only ttio Re,iir.e Pennsylvania, JAACrSfl McGHAW, UOy and 1102 E. Mala tit. tfurtiou ?iilco iC.ji? Diu? HANKS 'M K I'.WM. Virgin.a A notion Co., rtloneers, 616 Bast Jtroad. ? lt. DINING ROOM AND LIVING AT AUCTION. Ito'.M FURNITURE W? Will !>'-ll for Mrs I?. H. B*t< isndaomely appointed apartments, a TO-DAY (WEDN15SDA V PARLOR?Mahogany Frathj Di Ihairs. Rookera, '.' ti Drit| UHR A RY - -M . v. N". York, her blnallon Writim- De Rocker Ruit?, Dace Ourtain?, Shades <>to. ii.u,!, Threi ? i BBD OHAMBBI Wardrobe and Brai Blankets, Toilet Sei CH AMMER. NO MaRrcB?, i on account of moving :'<vn Orove Avenue. EDNRSDAY), .IVI.Y :t. 10!:. AT 10:30 A M.. consisting of Fl in:,. DnvehpOTt, Oll I'a:nl::iBriC-a-Brac, Odd !i !>r ?;,'-?????< and to match, l>ace Ourtalris. tlurco-ploce leather Library suit. Library Table, <"om f.eather Couch, hands DINING if ?' i I ta| Talble, B< hl v, PAXTItY-l,:,r, Fruit. Brandl cd I KITCHiEN Ti dotte Iren? und R This is an ex patronage Sale TERMS Cash. R.i Mali Sei and Carpet. No. i- Handsome Slahogtsciy suit, with lied. National Spring and Hair Mattress, Pll Drugget and Huki. i?Quartered Oak Dresser fhiffonii'.t r. Nr. tens nr.I Toilet Sot. lit! Walnut Sideboard. Ma ho cany f'hlnii Chairs, Silverw are. Tathlc Linens and China ware. 'ill Refrigerator, Can and Rot tie Preserv led, Felt t. P. des Washing Mao!,in?-, eighteen fine White W; a lot of pthtfr (rnml, too numerous f<> motvtic Ino lo: of house ftirnlshltigs, and Wftll wo eolally invited to attend. VIROlNTA AUCTION CO. Auctioneer! 9r?ftfccllancous PHONOGRAPHS : \vmi;n you buy look fop. the name Edison it yiju want one /ou tan understand everj word on tne record, C J3. liAi.\;;.-i ,t CO. STORAGE. CHEAPEST STORAGE IN city. $1 per load. Store yoiii furniture, bug- i gles. automobiles; piano* at fOMP-1 I KINS, 327 West Broad. SHARP-o CO. j SAFETY RAZOR BLADES RESHARP-! cued, 2 l-2d. rain; razors boned, lie Work lialr tested, sterilised and I guaranteed; thousands satisfied, Send lor circular and convenient blade mallcr. SHARP-? CO.. 50S East Ma'" Street._ ? DON'T WORRY! LET US COLLECT i your account*; Bud and quick re l suits, lt. S ELLYSON ffc CO.. Base 1 aient Ainorlcan Baak. LAWN .mo WE RS. I LARGEST LINE OF LAWN MOWERS, j garden hof, in the dty; prices rea sunable. Wo soil Detroit was ranges. EVANS HARDWARE CO. 70'i West I Broad!_ SPORTING goods. - 1 s:;i; evAns HARDWARE CO. for i the largest line of Sporting goons in the; City. 700 West Broad Street. RATS ?ND MICE*. 1 GUARANTEE TO RID YOUR premises ji rats and mice and save you from waste, expense and an? noyance. Letters Irom physicians, hankers and prominent citizens prove ihy claim. Phorti or write OTTO ORK.IN. Mouioe 332-1. American Hank Building. shoe repairing, 75c HALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES. tOc ladies, every pair sewed; . . st leath er, no nrrtla, no begs. Royal rub? ber heels, 250j Tred-Alr I ubber hotis, 40c; leather heels rebuilt ills.; hew, 25c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. TIS E. Main. Phone Muu rc*o 2667. Virginia-Carolina ChernlCal Co.j 15 Exchange Place, ?terse) City ... June li. H?U. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the annual meeting of stockholder!, of Vlrglnl?rCar?llna Chemical com paiiy, far the election of directors and fo; tht transaction of such oth? er business its may lawfully come be foi e tbe meeting (Including receiving the annual repori o( (be n-ard ot dir.-ctors and th<- ratification of ihe acts of thu said board since the last annual meeting of stockholders), will l? held at ti,-- principal office o( this company, Nbi is Exchange Place, Jer? sey City. C??bty Of Hudson. New Jersey, at 2 o'clock P. M? on WED NESDAT, the 17th day of July, 1012 (this being the lirst Wednesday lifter the i5ih of July); in a cordanec with Article t. Section 1, ol the By-Laws. The transfer books will be Closed at t2 noon on SATURDAY. JUh< 15. 1912; and will be ropened at pi o'clock in the mornlnir of Thursday. July 18, 1912, S. D. CRENSHAW, _Secretary. Virginia Hulldlnn and Loan Co. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Stockholders .f this Company will be held on TUESDAY, July 9, 1912; at 1:30 P. M. C. T. LOEHR, _Secretary. BOLTS AND stay BOLTS. WANTED. BOLTS AND STAY BOLTS mu.lt to order. RICHMOND M A - CHINE WORKS.; INC. NOTICE ?Til i" ANNUAL MEETING of the. stockholders of the Southern Manufacturing Company will beheld at the olllcea of the company. Nos. 11 and 13 South Twelfth Street, Richmond, Virginia, MONDAY. July 15. ; 1012, at 12 o'clock noon. By order of the President. A. EDWARD ROE HER, _Becretary and Treasurer. The Building. Loan and Trust Co., of Manchester. Va.. Richmond, Va.. July 3, 1912. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders >f the Building, Loan ami Trust Company, of Manchester, v.-,.. will in held at the Mechanics and Merchants Hank on TUESDAY, July '.', at $-.3i) o'clock P. M. .1. w. BRONAUGH, JR . Se ?-?tary and Treasurer. THE ANNUAL 'MEETING OF tTFe stockholders of the Richmond Paper ManUfactiir ng Company will be hehl at the cub.. >r Hie company. Gov? ernor and r.ess Streets, Richmond, Va.. TUESDAVi Julv 16, 1912, al 12 o'clock M. R. W LIPSCOMB, Secretary. Virginia Trust Company, Richmond, Va. This compnnv having qualified as executor of Iho estate of c. H. Dor? set (along wit. Mrs. S. C, Dorset), nil persona having claims against said estate are requested to present them, and those indebted to the estate will I pleas., make payment. VIRGINIA TRUST COMPANY. Executor of c it. Dor.-et Deceased L\fill CQtrttC HcVEiGn ? Gl.lNN, MOVED To (l mih i II f.I.RVWNTII STREET, ;-? _aj The Valentine Museum ELEVENTH \ND CLAV STREETS. Ojien dally from 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. Admission, 25c, Free on Saturdays. I auction fealitf, Jfiituw Da?? ~ commissi' >;Sbtis5 sale ' "* ; . VALUABLE TUACi OF ?Ii ACRES t OiS i; M rd i.-ii ItlVEH, NEAR HOW- I I .UtDa ? ILLE, \ A Pursuant 10 a decree of the Chan? cery Court of the euj ot Richmond, in the ?u.i oi Fiournoy et aid. vs. ksiiua ??U'<M, lion aim aiate Con)pan) ? ; entered on tno lim uay ol Jlay, lau, we v. ,i, diter tor sale at public auction, in trout ui ine poat-ofliiie at tioWSJ ?.s\ Hie, \ a., WEDN.LSDAV, .liT,V It), 1312, a i 2 o'clo It F. M., I that certain tract oi land in Xlbemarle County, in., ly.ng on the waters of ttocKush H'tver ami the turnpike road leading to Howarosvilic, adjoining the taitcie of Fem.yick, Bonduruut, liontoii Jini outers, containing by a recent sur '? ? y litaue o;i June I, 11112, by F. w. Swan, ..ti acres, and being trie same; land whlfch was conveyed to the \ .i gl Ilia Slot-), lion ana S.ute Company tl'OIII 1). C. Il.ut.sook. trustee, by deed dated February jc, is?i. and recorded In \ -.\t clerk'*1 oiil-.e of AUbernarle coun? ty, in D, ??. :>r,, page &8. A plat of the said survey can be seen at tri.- More of Mr. Jo*. K. Irving, at HOwaNisvllle. This is a very desiratblu and valuable tra :t of land, and is well located, I ontlng on the llowardsvwie Turn pik..- and running back to the Rocktls'h lllver, and has It a large quantity of ohistnut and other valuable timber. TERMS: Onie-thlrd ?2 ash. and the I balance at six and twelve months, the I purchaser td exec ito notes for the I deferred payments, with Interest from i him da;, of sale, and title to be re? tained until nil the purchase money ; Is paid and conv-yince ordered !>y the I CO or all cash, at the option of the ; purchaser. C. & ?. train leaving Richmond at 1 10 o'clock will reach Howardsvllie in time f"r the sale. Train leaving llow ardsvllle a-ftcr the s-'R- Reaches Rich? mond at 6:40, Any further Information desired can be obtained from the commissioners or from Jos. K. Irving, ut 11 wards w. I>. CARDWELL I will >r -;hhv tfE-WTON. 'R. special Commissioners, I certify that ttac bond required by th" above decree of the special com? missioners has been duly given. Given under my hand this the 17th d:iv of June, 1912. Teste; OHAS. O. SAV1LLE. Clerk. ~ By cT i~& II. L. Dcnoon, Real Est a. to Auctioneers. Commissioners Auction Sale of Very Valuable Im? proved Real Estate on Third Street, Between Jackson and Duval Sts., Consisting of i wo Brick Dwellings and Lot Ad? joining By virtue of a decree of the Chan? cery Court of the city of Richmond, entered June 24, 191-'. in tue cauao ot Sessii L Whittle and others vs. Mary A. Whittle and others; the underslgiiod special commissioner, appointed for the purpose, will sell by auction, on the premises, on FRIDAY. JULY 5. 1912 al 6 o'clock P. M. the real estate described In faid de? cree as "itU that certain lot. piece or parcel of land of which Charles F. Whittle died seized and possessed, with ' two briok tenements and other Im? provements thereon, lying and being In the city of Richmond, on the west side of Third Street, between Jackson and Duval Streets, commercing at a point on the weist line of Third Street Si feet 6 inches north of Jackson Street, thence running northwardly along and fronting on west line of Third Street 71 feet, thence: batik .vostAvnrdly toward Second Street between parallel linos 100 feet, more or lesH. The two brick dwellings are always rented to good tenants at paying prices. TEEMS- One^thlrd cash; balance "i two equal Instalments at six and twelve months, for notes, with Interest added, and title retained till whole Is paid; or all cash, at option of pur? chaser. GEORGE W. LEWIS Special Commissioner. 1 certify thnt the bond required by the above decree of the special com? missioner has been duly given. Given undep my hand till* 29th day Of June. 191I. Teste: CHARLES 0. SA VILER. Clerk. Atlantic dtp ttcsorter ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. 1 tie Sea end of fireproof wing recently completed showing open Sun I'arlofj al end of sleeping floor hall?, and the Solarium di reclly above the boardwalk and beach. Unobstructed ocean view The most attractive und popular hotel foi Richmond visiters. HOTEL BORTON uro.in end Tennessee Avenue. Central ta all attraetlons. B. U. V00BIIBB8, Owner and Proprietor, Atlantic City Kroort? Atlantic Citv LU?ort? A Health Restoring Vacation tlantic Cirj NtW JERSEY i- t!io Resort for the vacationist Who i-; seeking t<> regain health during the usual uncomfortable summci weather of metropolitan citir- A dry climate of cool? ness and invigorating salt ~c.i breezes recommended by eminent physicians as the best tonic for the restoring of health and invigoration. Rest and pleasure ?an be indulged in as you desire. Hotels with spacious corridors and enormous solariums, roller chairing on the Boardwalk and piers and pavilions lor those desiring a restful sojourn. PLEASURES NEVER CEASE AT ATLANTIC CITY THE LEADING HOUSES wit IUI ?I iioimh OH-BUHN1IIEI.M lloth American an<t European Pit Jpslah \Vhlt? * Fons Company. i iii. ?iii i.lit 11NK European Plan . Wetk( V - IIOTHI. ?ENNIS \\ nlt'T J. Huzov. BOTET. ST. CHARLES , ,,,,, M?, ,;. Ncwlln Haines <-o. Henry Darnell. ?piit? rates, etc., or. request. HOTEL STRAND ^rlcan Plan Exclusively ;vnr(lii * Krank It. Off. Mgrs. GALEN mil. Hotel aiKl Sanatorium F. h. VounK, Mgr. SEASIDE HOUSE F. I\ rook's Son?. rth?r f,ra r-lti< >n. leading and moot modern hlgh-ctas* hotel at moderate rates. ALBEMARLE Virginia Air. und lleaeh. N( w throtighnut; capacity 350; private butt)*, elevators. 1.000 fe?t wide. cool porches; exceptional table, white service. Special rates. Ik. $10, St: fjO up weekly; j: up dally, Booklet. Ji P. ?'? >PB The. Hotel of Delaware Water 'lap. l'a. IUI. WILTSHIRE. Virginia Avenue and Ueach. Ocean view. Greatly Improvefl. Cap. 330. Private bath*, running water in rooms, elevator, e Music. Special, $1? So lip weekly; $2.50 up dally; open all the rear, booklet. SAMUDLi ELLIS. ltd 1 I I IBSEt ON. Vlrabiia A v., near Ueach. l I itOPHOdl ? B1 III (H IIHK It A STONE, Everything that constitutes \ flrst-clal* hotel. Elevator, private baths, etc.. etc. SJ.03 j up dally; special weekly rate?; booklet. O. D. PAINTER. Hull I. MAir^TIl'. Virginia a v and Beach) renovated throughout; centra of attraction*; ocean view; capacity 300; ele VStor; private luiths; White service, etc. superior table; cperlal $10 up weekly; $1 up dally; booklet. M. A. SMITH. HOTEL SHOREHAM, Ocean Knd Virginia AVe, \ modern hotel with eery convenience; elevator, private baths, etc. Opeti lawns oilow plenty of light and ?lr. Ideally lo i.ued S'rO-o and t;,ble the best. Rales S 12.(0 up weekly. Booklet. W. B, COTTEN. New Hotel Merlon HOTEL RALEIGH j Bt, Charles Place and Beaeh. 200 large root ' room*; ocean view; private bath*; running1 Water In rooma. fine porrhes; elevator: I electric lights, etc. Food and service of the best. Very reasonable rates. _H. J. DYNES, j Hotel Sothern Virginia Are. Capacity SO. Rooms en suite. Baths and running ? water. Excel? lent tab>. ~th season. Same management. Hotel Kenderton Terr?*"" Ave. third house from b?aeh and pt?-r; family hotel: private bath*, ocean view, elevator, line perches, home cooking! ? pecla; :ow early lernen rate*. ,f. O. MITCHELL i and Arkansas Avenues. Spurious ground*, ndjoln bench nnd boardwalk. Only medium-priced h'it*1! where guests may go from house, to surf In bathing attire wlth nut u'lnc str?m?, which Is prohibited. 1 ?? ?it i>?tii house* with attendant to care for Milts Ih frei-. K?nning water in rooms. I'rrsli und sea water Imths, public und pri? vate. Special rot.? f. I und up dnsiyj tl.OI to 121.10 weekly, Including eholra table, sup? plier! front own fiirm. W};,-,. .service. Or cIHSirn. Tennis courts and croquet grounds between hotel und beach, liooktet mailed t-pnn request. PAPL < ROSECRAN9. Galen Hall IIV 'I Uli SEA, HI' I I I \M) .- '..NA I'OUH M. Atlantic City, 1ST. J. GALEN HALL IIN flit: Mill XT UXR, t i IH-T-C'l..\ss IIOi Kl . Wernersville, Pa. r. I . *<>1 \ll, General Mmmnrr. SsVjBJSJBSsssssa? > '..wj-L.'jirausi ??? .'j.1:. x-.' r^r=rr7.-==i Best Moderate Rate Hotel ELBERON And Kirepmof Annex.. Tenn. av.. near Beach central j capacity I'O: opposite Prot, anil Cnth. Church?s ; runninc water in rooms ; privnte baths ; excellent table; vegetables fr?nt ownfurm; whito service: $? t? wU'lj : Sl.ftO to s:t.r,o d'ly. HMt. Special rates. R, B. Lady. M.D. Grand Atlantic Hotel Virginia Ave. near R.-neh and Steel Tier. Open surroundings. Capacity MO. Hot avd cold sea water bsths. Large rooms: south? ern oxposure. Blevator to street level, spacious porches, etc. Special ?nk rates! J. M up dally. Uooltli t. Coaches meet trains. COOPER Se LBBIJS. ISLESWORTH On the oi-'.an front, Virginia av., overlook? ing famoui sieei Pier: capacity MO. Special, J'..? up weekly! no extra charge for hot *ea water baths. Elevstor, spacious porches, private baths. Orchestra: Auto meets trains. Heoklet. MM. irYJtAN, Proy. PRANK M. PHOEBUS. Mgr. Summer ftegort?. Among the Blue Ridge Mts., AT"C00L HEIGHTS" you ftet n high-grade summer resort and the advantage of a summer chautauqua for what you would pay tor either alone elsewhere. In addition to the advantages of a high grade summer resort, at once accessio! yet removed from the hear and rush of th crowded centres, in addition to the mage nificcni scenery, the wonderful summcc climate, tin: beautiful building and rcstfulr haded grounds on their lofty plateau., swept by invigorating mountain breezes, k'COOL HEIGHTS" offers you and your fa mil) FREE the unique privilege of the summer chautauqua of tin- So? ciety for the Advancement of Social Education, with its inspiring lecturers, i:~ special ceremonies, its high-grade musical and dramatic events, it* pilgrim? ages to historic, places and natural won? ders and, above all, the society of a won? derful body of men and women?the lead? ers in public affairs, in education, in the professional, business, social and civic life of the entire South. Rates, including ail general meetings and special events of the chautauqua, ten to fourteen dollars per week. For reservation and further par? ticulars write or wire Manager "t.ool Heights," Bueno Vista, Va. The Blue Mountain House lit The Heart n< The nlua Ridge. Elevation two thousand feet. Overlooking Hie beautiful Cumberland and Shenandoah Valleys. Cool, braeing atmosphere. All amusements. Orchestra, dancing, tennis, howling alleys, pool. saddle horses, etc, Capacity .r''."?0. Kates JdS.CH) per week and up. Descriptive booklet on application t,> IIONB \ lilHHOX.s.- Props.. Blue Mountain, Md, B?TE I. (IIA Ml I I V. Aspen, Va. The fnmeni* Chnntllly mineral water, A quiet resort for sick and tired people of tt." oily. Accommodation* 'or the (raveling public also (load water system, with hot and cold baths, Hates reasonable. Water will eure any stomach or kidney trouble, tfor analysts, prlrr?, etc., write J. E. UAI. LET, Aspen, Va._ Blue Ridge Springs, Va. PHIL. F. BROWN. Prop. The Sayre Cottage III I KROE nr. VCH. VA. Is now open for the reception of gu^st*. The accommodations are, good nnd the paites as roa?dhnlble as Is con? sist.;it with good iServlce. The man? agement will take pteasune in doing evorythlng possible to make your visit pleasant and profltaible to you. Ad? dress for forme, etc, THE SAYtlE COTTAGES, lluckrne Beach, v?. yarmrSulphu BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA This famous resort with the most de? lightful bath in America is now opea for guests. Write for rates and informativ,!. Mrs. John L. Eubank, Warm Springs, Vo> L.i Maple Shade Inn. Pulaskl. Va, Most beautiful hot^l ami grounds In South P/est Virginia. Perfectly equipped for com? fort and pleasure. Altltttda 2,100 feot. Won? derful climate. Through sleeper from Rich? mond. Write for booklet. \v \ rKi; i. \i- not si:. The Mountain Paradise. Now oprn. extensively improved. The most modern and finest located hotel In thia region. Cuisine of the highest standard: white service. Orchestra, social diversions; every out-of-door amusement: new, beau tl'ul Palm Court and Care. Special July nnd party rates. Booklet and nuto maps mulled. 6th season. JOHN PUltiDT COPE. Old Sweet Springs, West Va In the "Switzerland of America," Elevation, ",-UO feet. Cllmoio unsure passed. MODERN IN XIMMINTMKXTS. New management Everything firsts class. Amusements varied and attrac? tive Oolt a specialty. Automobile service, open June 15. Booklet. XX'. i). J'XXTON. Mnnacer. OCEAN VIEW. The Haynes Cottage Formerly Grand View Cottage. Directly on the water front. Terms reasonable. MRS. J. T.HAYNES.Iroo. HOTEL PRESTON mi um.?iiiiMiiiiii mi TTr COnAGESnwHm Beach Bluff, Mass. J. A. SHERRARD, Proprietor. Also Proprietor The Louisb?rg, Bar Harbor, Maine. One of the most exclusive seashore hotels in N:e\v England. A combination of shore life and metropolitan hotel luxury sel? dom found. Every Outdoor and Indoor [Amusement Automobiling over superb roads; bathing, riding, driving and tennis. A beautiful ballroom with superior*orchestra of Boston Symphony soloists. Morning and evening concerts. Cuisine and service appealing to the most exacting.