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CUUSATBST WA.VT AND HE Ali i;s
TATIS JlEOll M IN V1UGIX1A, AN i>
CNK ?f TILE BEST IM A.MJS1UUA.
Want Ad Kates
JUull/, one CCtM uvr Word nhru puld 1
??ta advance* Nu Ad. ukui fur lesatkaaj
leu i'i'uln.
Our and OUC-kalf crulK ? nuril nil
clujuttiU-ucluun ci.li n( slluiiliim Wanted
tor su?du>. tsttuatlun Waatcd, m*mui
a nurd. No Ad. Sanaay tasten fur Iini
il...n ?ftecu -utm.
No Ada. luli.ru fur lead ?bau t n t .. t > -
flve cenia nliru p?iuucd In or <.*ariicu
? ?< .in uuuulcr.
I'lauue* ordera no* auum.nlred.
? Iu I. i uut truuruntecd u'tcr
U:-i) P. M.
l-'or liuMliieMtt ountmi'.,*, arnd fur lue
Wuut Ad. Man. Pat*..* ?liiorn? I.
jfLOQi auu jfUUUU
bio'L'bn.' bicycle', union J?Vr.,
from Thi-no Saturday afternoon,
Howard for information concerning
?.ainc. sit Norih 'i'liirt> -tccund
Struct.
LOHT, BLACK LEATHER POCKET
tioiiK. coutulnlng mouey, between
Beventb and Franklin street ami
Kulton shops, tin reward will bo
jiald for the return of thu pockot
no.jk und Content*. Lost July 1. Ad
'Iicsh 1'. o Ii''.'- Iii, Richmond. Va.
ijUV uauULu, it^aic
that i im.!; bov op youhb COULD
gain valuable knowledge in our prac?
tical buetnt'SK college. Special *n?
ducomt ma to those enrolling ut once.
Call or telephone tor particulars.
ma88111v business colle i?.
Balk km an !!,:>:i.lnt covering
nearby territory to handle tin
strongest $9 Uric of ladles' walatti
on commission basts Exclusive
rights to a live-wire and modern
tiurifiess producer, state present con?
nections, age and territory desired
BJJOr waist co., 68? Broadway.
New York City.
WANTED, MEN am- BOYS. IF YOU
want a good position learn the auto?
mobile business; thirty days required.
Hood position! open. CAROLINA
AUTO SCHOOL, Charlotte, N. C.
wanted, form bX'FlxiersI nYcjht
work. Wages 30 to 35 cents per hour.
Apply to VIROINIA RAILWAY AND
POWER COMPANY'S now power
power house, fn.it of Twelfth Btroot.
Bookkeeper wanted, must "be
experienced, accurate and thorough?
ly competent. Hem of refcVetti ee as
to character end ability required.
Apply In own handw-Rln?. and state
salary expected. Bo*, 4, Lync.'?.burg.
Va.
RAILROAD WoBK. AND TELEORA
phy taugJit by an expert at red .. i
aummer rates. Send for cataJogUd
:?: asset iu'su:e .?? cojjLE ..._
feiruutioriG WUantr?, \ljalt
vC'?n i !.: ?.' A i.: v,:? v. ii:i: insce
am? man to take churn<- of an of?
fice In Richmond. Company 4".
years old, writing most liberal poll
cles or. the market. If you can show
pa?t results, have a clean record
nie a Mason, and rnri t/rufp an
portunlty, write for Interview. Ii
947. care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
Li-l M.A V: L> WAN TED .'. ?? oNOK
Apply ftV.M Bast Broad Street.
DRUGGIST wimiES l'<..-'r/io<: FIV
years' ex;.. !;>?!. ? ii""' refercr.c
Address DRUGGIST, care Times
M.-l ? ?_
l?rlp cclantrn frtmalf
WANTED.' i"!;.'sMA!.l. ??jlNTH'l
hot. 1, reliable cook. Wages .lu dol
uk OAJ
or stei
muri Or girl. 9: 7 West i fary.
WAN': i ' public - ; . : .?? '?? i R?PH br
'.'?'ill f irnlsli machine and otllce spact
tree In Travelers Building. I 'm in?
terview address J 92S, care 'i"mea
: dspai It,_
tjrlp, S?alc ano irrniaU
W AN"!..! ?. ' A ''< .Ml'i'.TKNT STKNOG
rnphor, and also to Asaldt on Looki
i male oi ??.!...:.. >. Apply care p. <j
Box No. 6S7. City._
POSITIONS GUARANTEED IN WRIT
lug under reasonable conditions i
all graduate'. Enroll now, wh i
cheap summer rates are In effect
Write, telephone call :or partlcti
lars. MASSEI BUSi.sEdrf COLLEG1:
agents uuaiuro
A?ESt 8 ? ba UN 5 '." il. a DAY
Every house should have one. Sell
quick. Unlimited :'.e:.i. No talking
required. S. HOLLOW A i" SPECIAL! i
CO . 1 ...!?? Street. M Keeti, r.t.
j-ioivrr j
SUMMiIK 8?.'HO' >1. "K BUSINESS;
shorthand and telegraphy; cheup
rates for a limited tithe. Get cata?
logue and particulars to-day. MAS
SE1" P.l'SINl.SS COLLEGE
?Wanted, the public to know
that jahnke bros.; Jewelers, 913
East Main stiect. buy. sell, exchange
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THE
late--T STYLES, old gold and
vel tlways taken l.i exchange.
*??-?-9
IDoultrg, pctsj anli iitit &>rccn
FOR^SAl.E. A^HANDSOMB I'.illi ol-'
fine hackney driving horses. Kray and
bay, perfect cross match, seven years
old, line action; weight about 1,100
pounds; sellitiK oh account of buying
auto. DAVID HIRSH, Fredcrlcks
burg, Va.
r_ . .- .......
WANT ED, KN'KNES AND BOILERS
for overhauling, i'.lCH.Mi i.nd MA
CHINE WORKS, INC.
.Vacation study at our school
can be made profitable; Special In- j
duuements for early enrolments.
MASS by BUSINESS COLLEGE,
i. TRUST COMPANY IN A GROWING
Southern city, and now paying s
per cent., with much larn.-i earn?
ings for the future, offers ? limit. <l
amount of 'ts stock, subject to prior
sale und advance :.'i price. The stock
in this trust company is sale, pi oil
table ami non-taxable. Full Infor?
mation and financial statement fur?
nish.-d on application, w. a. Mc?
Dowell. Murphy's Hotel, Rich
inonii, V.i._ _
Ural ctj3ttit? Jim fealc
FARM 25i"a'CRKS; LAND RIGHT AT
station, with aboul 3,000 cords of
wood. Will sell cheap. Only >K
miles from Richmond Address W.
V. jones. Mattoax, Va.
want to SELL A 1i"USE AND
nine lots, two blocks from car line,
Stop 30, In Hlfvni.ind Springs. Apply
for terms JOSEPH VERAGIL
for SALE." A MODERN 8-boom
home. 2200 block Hanover Avonuo;
most complete house In West End.
$?.200 buya this. DRINKARD'3, 423
1-2 North SI Mil.
LAful'CijtiUf jcDf Unu
YfftC^fTk s^^Tm'eiT^months. mo
Vistn Cottage, at entrance to Coun?
try Clttb. Apply at RIO VISTA
store. _
F?Tt rent; AT ONCE. 2s?9 ~KEN
slngton Avenue; 9 looms, hot water
heat, electric and ?ns fixtures; all
modern Improvements. Apply to K.
l. GOODMAN. 2.".'i" Kensington Ave?
nue.
for RENT, "DENTAL ?KKICH on
Main Street. Danvlllo, Va-! ^ost loca?
tion In city; line opening; possession
AuAust 1. Address E. h. MILLEil.
Danvlllo, \su
Personal?!
iitjiiATTfiAiTr and boltS I
at HUOHEKiS. ?0? S?rth Third.
spikei-da corset shop. mrs. cor?
nelia MOORE. CITY m.vNAt.er.
CUSTOM CORSETS. 20? NORTH
FIFTH STREET. RICHMOND, va.
PHONE madison T2t:.
NEW A it HI V a L OF THE FINEST
roods on earth now on. exhibition,
ar.d at r?uionab'. ? priors. Cond
and reo thorn. Ya BID'S. Zl7 North
Fifth._
3ce, Coal tinb CUca?
LONG'S LARGE DRY OA IC AND PINE I
Is r.ow selling lit summer prices:
also hiatis. cheapest wood sold; all
of my coal Is Ireo-burninK and at
summer price. Order (ton and na>
on It weekly. VlrKlnla anthracite h
only 16.io this month, sample sent
tree. E- T. LONG, it,u-; West Broad
Street. _ ..... ; ? :_
PLATK ice, PUR ST ?ST) I'.Ki'V Pint
all uses and the most economical, 40
cents per hundred. Try u. load of
our pine and oak wood, which 1? dry
and under shelter. TYLER U RYAN. I
1001 Wo?! i'.iry. Madison 11*79^_
WUl/li AND coal. " j
OUR DRY KINDLING BEST IN CITY: I
heretofore handled by Midlothian
Wood Company; t!..Vj halt-cord. DA
VI Ij M. LEA k co. Phone Monroe
ttt_
feummri: l5oarLinfj
THE BNGNOR COTTAGE, o.'.' CHE8A
peace Bay, Wllluugriby Beach. No
rhostiuttoes, no land oroeio; modern
conveniences. For; lates address
ETTA EN PUAN p. VYIUoughbyjiBeaoh,
UIGGS COTTAGE. OCEAN VIEW, VA.
, fronting CiitMipeaki: Hay; mr derti in
every respect; boarding, iooging.
bathing fishing! *?t?t acn/ilo rr.odatlona
guaranteed. MRS. U.uar5 p/,os, pro_
prji trcsa._?_
LARCH. SHADY LAWNS BRICK
buildings, with up-to-?latfc bath
rooms, ItghD.-d wilt, ?at,; mac.-i'l
amlzed load to station. Foldor and
terms on application. DrawOr U.
Orange. Va._
5 .TJI.EVARD INN. ON HAMPTON
Heads; country ar.d seashore com
bln-ed, with city oonveruenco?. Send
f?..- literature to the MISSES TAUB.
Ila-mpton, Va._
?< HAPM COTTAGE. OCEAN vTr/SV.
Va.?Large, woll-furnlshed room*
and porches: modern conveniences;
four-minutes' walk from amuse
! ments. For terms address MRS. F.
L, SCHAUM
iriat? tfcianico
WAN T'EI'C "1 "' ENIS ft ft D 1^ATr2"*?R_3
rooms, with bath, for light house
keoplng, Addn-ss O 423. American
! National Rank.
Sutom.uilcs (or 43>ale.
fGir^ALC'cHATrMElXs D^fitOITpSC^
horaepow?r touring car, fully equip?
ped; nearest offer to 11,000 takes ft!
nrst-class condition. WM. P. AT
KINSON COMPANY, Box 104. Pe
( teraburg, Ya.
iccrUdiirousa
?. npiioN o< fiTAPiTaT
BEN YOU BUY LOOK FOP. the
lame Edison If you want ons you
:ah understand every word on the ?
ocord. C O. HAYNES & CO._|
RATS AND MICE. j
GUARANTEE TO RID YOUH'
ireihlsea of rata and mice and save!
,'ou from waste, expense and an?
noyance. Letters from physicians,
jankers and prominent citizens proveI
my claim. Phone cr write xJTTO
jRKIN. Monroe 1221. American Burnt1
Building._
SHOE REPAIRING.
He HAIJTSOLE MEN'S SHOES. tOc
ladles; every pair sewed; tost leath?
er, no nails, no pegs. Ttova; ruh?!
her heels, 26c. Tre-d-Alr rubber r.ee,s, j
40c; leather heels rebuilt like new,
15c DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE
FACTOR V, 71? E Main. Phone Mor.- |
ros 21671
LOANS.
(COCO
TO LEND ON DIAMONDS AND
watches at New York ratts. N. K.
JACOBS ft SON. No. 813 North Ninth
SLIP COVERS
SLIP COVERS LI A d E to order, I
Jjinliure polished and repulred. 1
lilVY, the Upiiolotcrer. 425 West;
Broad. '
SLIP COVERS.
IN LINEN AND CRETONNE, TOR DEI)
room or parlor. ..ade to fit. SYD
NOR ft HUNDLEY, INC., ?-evonth and
Grace. Maslaon 320?._
STORAGE.
CHEAPEST STORAGE IN CITY, 51
per load. Store your furniture, bug?
gies, aulorr.oMlen, pianos at l'Oilr '
KINS, ?2\ West Broad.
WAT ck r EPAJ fll.NO.
YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN
ed by WM. TOB, EM. JR.. Is a guar?
antee that It ? uone propcrl> , 20 1
years' experience. Cls-nfng, |1: main;
springs, tl. 40a East BuaJ Stroot.
BRAZING,
wanted, brazing of cast iron.
_kichmo.\p_m achime works, inc,
"pianos.
UMMER RATES NOW ON PIANO
moving and ovcruaullng by factory
exports, Prompt, careful wont
guntantced. I'none Madiaor. 311 ?.
CR AS. M. BTIEFF, Pianos, 117 W.
u: uud.
sanitary polish.
for FURNITURE AND floors OF
all kinds use 'Elba Sanitary Polish",
it brtghtona up a.l furniture, bjautl
tics the doors und kills nil geruis.
Mar.ufactnrea by us, ELBA HARD?
WARE co.
baseball goods.
EVERYTHING IN BASEHALL goods
ar.d fishing tackle, deo us bjfore
buying. ELBA HARDWARE co.,
corner Henry und Hioad.
PAINTS and FLOOR STAINS.
if YOU WANT any real gooc
paints or floor stuins, see us; our
goods last longer, look better, ana;
uiej bette:, tnaji any In t:.o cliy. We;
curry all colors, und prlcua rousou
able, Sea our gtook :. ?:-.:?? ouyuig.
ELBA HARDWARE CO.. 422 West
Broad. _
HvWn" MOWERS.
start cutting your grass ear-'
ly and keep a pretty lawn. Use
one of our good lawn mowers, we
have a nlcj line. elba hardware
_CO_
fly time.
SCREEN DOORS, WINDOWS AND FLY |
\\ tro at the lowest prices and a good j
grade to select from; delivery prompt,
ELBA HARDWARE CO., 432 W oat i
Broad Street._
PI a NO HO HP it a L.
PIANOS TUNED, REPAIRED, RE
luiilt; cases reiuodolrd or rnfln'Bhed j '?
anything In the plann Una. Try us
'>n your plann, W<> know how and;
our pi ii-n? urn rlttiit. BOPP ? FHR-1
GUSSON, PLnio Hospital, First and I
MiMn Htreeta._ _
rakerVT
TRlY ONE OF DRUNKARD'S LARGE
?!'ic pound rnkes; sr-llnur ntofr that)
ttver. DRINKARD'8, 423 1-2 North
aixth.
DAILY PUZZLES
What branch of the army?
4SKWBH At> v::sv::'iL'?I'B PUZZLB.
Snooze.
j-or feuit
Nuv a.':tiVT??'a;. otitic ' kiVicht
kuou? on earth i.uw on exhibition,
aud ut reasonable pricen. cmat
und stf. them, YAJUU'H, 217 .
Fifth._
NEW SINGLE TRUCKS AND UGH'I
furnlturt nation; grocery ui.d buion
ei wagons. RICHARDSON Uitos.,
. . ii.ooli Ave.
Uo'loP-cVcLEa _>_KO sSiCTGLLS, NEW
and second-hand; repairing of uil
kinds, 'io pipkins. 32.' West Broad.
Kult MA DK. CYLINDER DISC TALK
lng maculne unu records on easy
term*. U. B. HAYNLS & CO.. 121
Vicfct Broad._
VOR SALE. CiiEAl', A COMPLETE
set of carpenter's tools, Jli for client
ui.d contents. Apply to ELSNEK
BROS.; 1706 East Alum Street
i'.';?. CREAM MAMTA Ti.T.im.i okt
llt complete. 1. BLUKORD & CO.
FOR BALE, A MODERATELY LAROB
refrigerator, hearty' new, very r?a
sonaoiy. Phone Madison ?._
?iT?ceui .-'i oel do:n?; Sirs? per
Week for aale It: Jackson Waid; will
also sell property. Apply 1224 St.
James Street._
KOR BALE. TWO SINGLE TRUCKS,
two double, also two Corlland run?
abouts, secOnd-hahd; several shop
worn surreys will close out Cheap:
F?ll 1 r.e of cjuggles, wagons and
surreys. Repairing and rcpalnt'ng
and rubber-tire work a specialty. 11.
'? BRISTOW. lb N Elghteetiin St.
JUST GOT IN two CARLOADS bug
/glo*, surreys and runabouts; top
buggy, $36; surrey, f65; runabout,
$".?.', delivery wagon, farm wag?
on, top w?gon, Dl; one panel
wagon, $126; Bee THOS. II. duke
I & CO.. Sot Brook Avenue._
Largeassortment" of high
grude l.tislnfss wagons, top and open;
prices lowest A. meyer's HONS,
721 e CttVy Sir'-et. _
$22.60 will BUY ORDER on IL w.
ROUntree dc Bro. for ?40 wardrobe
trunk (won In prise contest Ap?
ply W. A BOWRi. 319 North Twenty
second Street. City._
F?? SA !.!'.. RUNABOtrf ANI > IIA.H
I ncss. Hand-rnade, cushion Ores, arid
It, nice condition. Als., nice saddle
and English riding bridle. 11 West
Duval Street;_
MODERN W A V Klti.il Y ELECTRIC
! surrey; perfect condition; run less
; l.uOO. mKea. Will deniurihtrate. Box
f.?6. Richmond
' FURNISH EL?' 'iuV?S? AND" i30ard;
I home comforts. iuS North Fifth
I Street.
I nrTely^urVTshed room?". "with
I bourd. 16 South Fifth Street.
WA N T El l, K >AUDERS for LARGE,
1 desirable rooms. Also table board
! erg. 209 East Grace.
lady WITH ONE or TWO chil
: dren. or two ladle?, to board In
' cjulel country home during AugUHt
i and September. References ex
1 changed. mrs. l'ENTON NOLAND.
Bed-.-: Darn, Va r. F. d. No. 2._
WANTED^ GENTLEMEN AND LADIES
or couple; nice, large, cool, attractive
', looms; large porches and yard; w'tll
boutd. Ladles. 13 per week, men. $4.
Rooms furnished or uitfurnlslied. S'ju
N. Twenty-ninth._
ROOM S With BOARD. MR& b" 8.
SjiK'i!, East Orate.
mils. c. k. bo\vY;rs~fi5 e. frankT
lln, rooms and bo^rd for permanent
and transient quests; dining room
I Weil tfO,uipped.
mks. lee STlTlNE LIPSCOMB. HAN
over Cafe, luu West Franklin. Su:n
:;. = r rates, Trai.siei.ia a specially.
Lv.ooir.i3 j-or Lieni
NICELY Kl'P.N IS HED ROOMS. WITH
Or without board: 7 1-> East Mur
shall.
ELEGANTLY, ".NEWLY FURNISRKD
clean rooms; cool, airy. THE RUA
NOK E, 111 North Eighth.
DELIGHTFULLY COOL ROOM. c?m
blnation lights, bath, cheap to per?
manent party. 122 South F'fth
KoT'K-P.OOM FURNISHED' APART -
moat. Phone, balh. gas, range. 6T'J
North Eighth. _
TWO NlICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
second Moor, adjoining balh; private
family. 2itS B. Franklin. Mad.son
TWO NIC ELY FURNISHED ROOMS
for rent; reasonable rent to steady
tenants: all conveniences. 302 Kasl
_'E.iv. 1':. .\l..d..--;i._.;.j'j--_
o'-ltU? jfot Urnt
1?5r revtv^ICELY^^RSiVHED
flat, all conveniences. 2015 Grove
Ava, __
El EN IS! I ED PLAT FOR RENT ON
West Grace Street; sis rooms, bath,
phone and electric lights; Furnish?
ed throughout; very reasonable. Pos?
session at once. Answer 11 94S, cure
rimei -Dispatch._
Joouvb t?anrrti
V/?NTKD. ROOM ANIi BOARD for
couple with baby, near Jefferson
Park. J. S27, care Times-Disput-.h.
WANTED. SMALli APARTMENT OR
rooms, with board, with widow or In
private family, where two cnlldreu,
ages a and li, will be cared for dur?
ing the day. liest references; II
:>.'.;. care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
REASONABLESUBURBAN BOARD
for lady on 5-ctnt car line. Phone
Madison 1264-J.
?Hanten
1 U 11N i TUR K WANTED?WILL lll'Y
household goods of any kind and any
amount. Phone Madison IsOfi.
GRIST MILL WANTBDT?WOULD
Ilk.- to buy a bargain in small grist
mill close to railroad and near Rich?
mond. Would consider mill site.
Give full particulars. price and
terms. K ??7ft, care Tlmep-Dlspatch.
WANTED. TO'"'BUY" "FOR cash.
household goods In any quantity.
Phone Madison 3851.
WANTED, SECOND-HAND BUSS; SIX
passenger. In good condition. Box
367, Farmvllle, V?.
W AN TED, TO BUT live goose
feathers; r.est price j>aid. levy.
The t pholsti rci, 42.'. W. Broad St.
patents
(?AT ENTS - Fit EE PEHSf 'N A I.' >OX"
situation In R'.cnmond with Invont
.rs. tlft.-'-n Ni.ir.'i' exportdhCOl satis
factory reierenoea. s. it. EVANS,
'. tt?at Attoru'.y, Box Kit, Richmond,
i Va,
von BAI?
BRAND NEW GIN TER
PARK HOME
612 HAWTilOJtNK AVK.Vt7_.
Weil l>u!U and with oll modern conveniences, Including so-am heat.
L- O t 10 0-350 KHK T.
We can sell thlH b-avttf ul home at the bargain price of JS.OOj,
on liberal termr
OJtEVETN ?- IlRDD,
30 North Ninth Street.
flttrtton ?5Qlc?. J'tttiir? SDapa
! ^c<?LV?s3i?;>Ni ;rs' XAhti
or
VAZ.U.U2LK TJUCT OF 341 ACItES
ON ROatGBVHH NhlA? HOW -
J jUU.#VJ___E. VA
lljr-.ua.rii to a deore i of elie Oha.n
! cacy Court oX wio olty of Ri.-iuoauid,
1 :r. tt.o buU oi Flour:.jy t>t _1a. vs. Vir
sHltla ?p>*.. iron a.:o fat-'-e 001x570.07
ot *?*, ?marod on the nay 0r ?1?y,
j 1*:2, tv? wiM offer tor e*lo at puoi.c
? _'j~'.:o:.. '.0 Iront of t>no posr'.-ofllce -I
; H-owar.i*vlllo. Vi , on
W_MyN_SDA V, JUDY 10. 1?12,
01 - aVoloOJC F. M.,
that certain tituca Of leuvvi in A-ai-emarR
I county, Va., Uu.g on tha wa-iora of
HO0_flb_ Jin? aj.d :.-.? turrvplte- roaU
taaxRnig to ilo-tvajxvj-. a.?.., aA]olmthT uns
j .a:, is 01 Fwonvlcic, Bon<_ur*iti't. For.ion
I <xr.<i outers, ooi.t?li?11? oy u 1 ecoat *>?r
? ..-urno o? June 7, 1012, by F. W. j
Sws.ii, o4i acres, snc being che earns
j land wliloh woe conveyed to U?e Vlr
1 ?.:.-.a 6/teel. IV:-on ;aic. ?iat? Cvjnyany
from lb. C. Ilar_?oo_. trustee, by deed
da tod February 26, Llrsl. a^?l recorded
in yie, clork'o oirk-.e of A_,e?ojmo OOUU
; ty. in Ii. Ii. 85, pago Ot. A j/ia,t of the
ttalti curvey os-n ijc ^een at 't.'ie irtore of
' iMr. Jos. K. Irving, at llowa.i?lsvllle.
Tj.Is la u very Oexrtrainle ar.d vai-jaJ/le
; tract o* land, a-i.o. jo well lovatod,
i fkrotkUng on the Ho^sar?vi+le Turn
I pil^a a:_l running b_ :lt to thc Rockilsfh
i River, ?.j-.'i atu on it a -s.rge quantity
, ii obtittnut aal etil? r ra.biiot>l<; tl.iiiber.,
TERfMlS: Otss-txird toaatb, ~nd Ohe
i riaisnee at clx ar.d tiviivc iivhuuis. tho
'? purehaoeT to eo.eeuto notrji for the
deferred i>n>"njcnt5. with :r.ter?ot fre/rri
'.J... dt*t* of rule, and t>t)e to fee ro
I ta.ned uolU ail Ute. purchase DH?ney
! Is paid iijwl ennvtlvin.o ord?red by the
court; c.r all casn. at the option ot the
pii-chc-SeT.
C. A O. train laavinir Rp-hmor.d ot
! 10 oVlirv-lt v?.ll reach HowordsviUe tn
' time, for the sale. Train ta_vta>_ Ilow
r.rritrTiiile uiterr the ea.le reaerw? ILrh
niorxl at 6:40.
AnT farther Information drslrevl can
to retained from the oomm'sirlw rra
?:>r fram Jr.*. K". Irving, nt Flonrardo
vine.
tv. r>. cAJtrivrr.i-T^
tVTi?jOcoinrr HBWTtys, jr..
Specl-I Commissi.oiirm.
I eievti'fr that the bcrtd reoulreA fir
tb? c*>e)v? de-rr? of the- ?ee-lr.I corr
t:ita._cr.ejrs hoj1 "be-en ?ulr gl ??ML
tV.-ren u.-de-- m* t.r.nc! thia the l"tli
fay of June? 1*1*.
Toste: CHA.1 CX SATZZdlXS.
_C^er__
By J, Thompnon Brown & "-'o.,
1113 itain Street.
TRUSTKE'S PAI.F.
OF
VALUABLE WATER POWER A rrR]ST
V ILL. SOUTH RICHMOND RENTER
KNOWN AvJ "TODD * JUSTUS'' MILL,
AND DATER OPERATSD BY THE
:.L\NOHEl-TER MIIjDS, INC.. A NO
3: IjOTS NEAR "DUXD-BB," FOREST
HIEL PARK.
I By virtue of n dei'd of trunt. d%(ed
I February ir.. 190?. and recordod In th^
Hi stings Court, Pnrt 2, Of tlic city of
i Richmond, Vol 37. pag* 7. ty ttn; t:n
derslgned trust?- to secure cortaln
? otes therein described, default be'ig
? rr.edc, and being renuir^il so t" d->, nun
in order to close an QSt\'?o, 1 will ?"?'? 1
? at public auction, on th<- premlHOa,
THURSDAY. JULY it,
S P. M.
the property described In said deed as
, follows:
I ??Certain mill propertv on the
Manchester cnr.al. In city of Manches?
ter Va., frdtiMhn < fe-t -n nc.rtHern
side of n ureet 30 feet wido cnlle.l
, far.nl Street, n id runnlnx bad; to
'James Rl..--, I .-tlur witn fill rr.a
I vhlnery in said m il, tulit title nh,1
i interest I" all R'?:-r prlviiOKOt Ob
' talned under leas-.- wiUt the Vlrprl'.va
I Kit .-trie Railway iihd Dovciopme'nS
I <"ompanv. Thlf mill has n capm-itv
of hetw-e i 530 and '*:o bu?iiola ditily
j and about seventy? h >."'? power.
S \ rURD \ v . JULY in.
5 V SL.
II All their right, title and intcre.-t
!n :i plot of 60 nores of land in the
r011111> of Chesterfield, about one m'lo
from "the city of Manchester, Va.. near
F..r-st HIM I'url:. and between the
River Road and Midlothian Turnpike,
said Interest comprising 10 lots 30x143
feet to an all- - op i:: avenue fronting
'?Dundee.'? near Forest Hill Pftrk; 10
lots si?ii.l feet oh Park Avenue, Potith
Richmond, arid 12 lots r,r.vi43 to an
all.-y on Wostham street. pIhi of said
lot,- will h-- exhibited at sa>.
TERMS: Cash ss to oxpe-nsr of *ale.
any unp:ild tns ?? nntl u> pay the f-il
lo.ying ntit.'s: F-v.. ism.es for 34 600.
each, with Interest on eich net.- ie- .
spectively, as follows: from February '
j 13. 1907. 1908, 1903, 11"I0 and 1011. and'
? two r,me?" for $56 5a each, with In'teri >t
I from August 13 i'17, and February 13.
j 1907; two f< r $150 each, with inrr-est
from February ;9"\ and August l-l,
1909 two f?r $337.50 each, with inter?
est from Pebru:u.\ Et, i ;ino. and Au?
gust 13, Kioo: two for $22", each, with
Interest from February 13. 10! "i. nnd
August 13, : '? two for $112.50 each,
with IntcreKt from February 13. 1011,
and August 13, 1911 and balance In
one year, f< per cent. Interest, .secured
bv a dend of trusl
CHA REES TopD.
! Administrator for Charles i,. Tod.I.
Trustee.
J THOMPSON BROWN >tr CO.,
Auctioneers,
j NOTE.?While nboy.a are terms pre
' scribed by the deed, by consent more
liberal terms c:n: be arranged.
Ure.l estate
McVeigh & Glinn
MOVED TO
li NORTH ELEVENTH STREBT,
September Rent List :
Now ready <".ill. phone, write.
'Collection of rents nnd the rentfil
business our specialty."
McVEIQH & tlLUNN.
r, North Eleventh Street.
For Sale or Exchange|
1R00 block, Hanover Avenue. Mod?
ern; nine rooms. Will exchange for
home In suburbs, Price reasonable.
HAWKINS & BTJFYmn,
10j North Seventh .Street.
Kral Cf?tatr t?HantfD
VVANTE P.'TO B?Y 'FROM OWNER,
a small farm ?Ith house an^ out
hiitldlngn; R0 to 60 aorea cleared.
Will pay cash for a aultahlc one.
OEO. .1. TR1MMER,_Pa 11m, Va.
LIST Yon: FARMS WITH .1 A CON?
NELLY * CO. Writ* xostal for nou
??sary. blanks,
PLACED IN TA7.BWBI.I. JAIL,
?uro Farm Laborer Held im ?erlmi?
Charge.
[Special to The Times-Dlspaloh. J
Tazewoll, Va., July 8.?Reese John- |
son. colored, a laborer on the farm of j
Henry Copenhaver, fifteen miles west ]
of here, was arrested .Saturday and
brought to Jail here charged with at?
tacking Mrs. tiertle Louthan, v>-hu8?
hunband Is a tenant on the same farm.
It Is stated that at the preliminary
trial at I'oundlng Mill on Saturday
feeling was shown against the prisoner
and that his prompt removal to the
Ja'I probably saved a lynching. Th?
w.rnan Is positive In h?r lndontlllcitlon
of the prisoner.
Dr.- son, about eleven years old, and
her mother were both witnesses
The trial will be held about the mid?
dle of the month at a sper-lnl term of
the Tasewell Circuit Court.
Slurtton "Sales, j-nttn-f ?>ar?
By Green f. Redd,
Real Kstat.- Auctioneers.
21 7 E. Grace Street
will be offered at auction on
THURSDAY. JULY 11, 1912,
at t; o'i lock P. M.
This Is a well built brown stone and
brick dwelling, containing ten rooms,
with all modern Improvements, Includ?
ing hot water heat.
This property b-lntc located In the
very heart of the city, and In such
clot-"?- pro.xlmlty to Broad Street, offers
a rure opportunity for speculation.
A doctor would find this a most ex?
cellent location, as this property has
been occupied as a doctor's home and
otllre for a number of years.
TERMS: Most liberal.
GREILS* & RE DD,
Auctioneers.
By J. Thompson Brown & Co.,
113 Main Street.
AUCTION SALT.
OF
I C E N T R A I. L T I /"iCATT. 1? R RIO K.
DWELLINGS, NOS. 2:7 AND 227 S
TWENTIETH. NEAP. BROAD ST.,
PAYING 10 PER CENT.. AT PUBLIC
AUCTION on THE PREMISES,
WEDNESDAY; JULY 10.
6 P. M.
Thepe are two-story brick dwellings
Of six rooms each. In good order, city
water and sewers, and occupied by
good tenants at a rental which will
pay lC'r or more on prospective sell?
ing price, or will make ?nti?: homes In
a genteel and attractive neighborhood
for people of moderate means; near to
business, public parks, schools, church,
etc
TERMS: Easy, and announced at
sale,
J. THOMPSON BROWN AV CO..
Auctioneers.
Morris
TURKISH AND ROMAN BATHS
Richmond, Va.
The. moat magnificent hotel in the.
South. European plan. Rooms single
and er, suite, with and without baths.
1 Sphclous sample rooms.
Speclnl Summer Raten. Club flreak
Caaa>
The
VANDERBILT HOTEL
34th St. East at Park Ave,
Subway Entrance
New York's newest
and coolest? \
The World's most
attractive Hotel.
Each room with a bath.
T. M. Milliard, Managing Director
Walton H. Marshall, Manager
Atlantic City ttrsmts
ATI ANTlCCITVOrriClALGUIDE
I W Maces, iX, Illustrations. All sttiactions snd
I'.'' ? ..'!..,' l.-ce- . ,!.? rlbe.1. city
M|. Send stamp f?r ir.Jllc.? f ????.<?
I Aiiunti. ? n, t ree Infnrmatioii Hurt
im P. O. il..\ SU.">. Atlantic ( li>. N. .1
Best Moderate Rato Hotel
And Fireproof Annex. Tenn. av.. nrar lleach ?
rrntral: capacity !?': opposite Prot, und C'oth.
Churches ; running waler in rooma; private baths .
enrollent table ; vegetables f rein own farm : white,
service: *H to I vtk'ly: ftl.JIO ti> $:i..1fl
d'lr. Ilklt. Special rates. K R. Ludy. M.t).
ITOTF.I MAJESTIC. V.rgln'a a v and
Beach; reno\ ited throughout; centre, of
attractions; ocean view; capacity fOO; ale
vntor; private littths; white sorvice. etc;
superior tiMc; special R0 up weekly; }!
up dai'.j ; booklet. M A SMITH.
ISLESWORTH
On the ociAti front, Vlrslr.la av., overlook?
ing famous Steel Pier. Capacity 60?. Special.
riV.W up weekly; no extra chars., for hot
I sea water baths. Elevator, spacious porches,
private baths Orchestra, Auto units trains.
Booklet. ?51. ITYNAN, Proy.
FRANK M PIIOKB08. M?r.
Terit.enee ?lf . ni l. -.- v
Prlsole hsibs. elCTttor, tirsllent Ishle.i
white service; J'.' up dsllr: $1" to 117 501
wklr. Sat. to Men . $.1.30. Booklets.
MAItCAHJ.'I V% M*H MjlM'tN. |
Kummer SRe?orts. Summer Metfor?.
VACATION TIME IS HERE'
T?TE SPRING HOTEL
Remodeled, newly furnished. Under new lease Restful,
refined, modern. Fresh farm supplies. Golf, driving, fishing;
[| all gayeties.
DRINK T?TE SPRING WATER
At all Fountains and Delivered in the city.
T?TE SPRING HOTEL CO. (Lessee),
l ate Spring,.Grainger Co., Tenn.
The Alpine
At Lake Sunapcc.
The ideal place to spend your summer
vacation. For booklets address ROY P
RAE, Sunapcc ,N. H.
WATER OAS! HOUSE.
Thei Mountain Paradise.
Now open, extensively Improved. The most
modern arid finest located hotel In this
redon. Cuisine or the highest standard;
white service. Orchestra, social diversions,
every out-of-door amusement; new, beau?
tiful 1'nlm Court and Cafe. Special July i
and party rates. Booklet and auto mnps
mailed. 6th senson.
JOHN* PI7RDT COPE.
Blue Ridge Springs, Va,
PHIL. F. BROWN, Prop.
Ocean City, Mil.
Capacity GOO. Opens June 29th tinder
the cc.-ncr.il management of A. Stanley
Stanford, of Devon Inn, Devon, Penn.,a
and Deer Park Hotel, Md. Excellent ser?
vice a rendasonablc rates.
Atlantic City Ursott?
I l-uuititi snti Arsaasas Av?nues. tspacl
Itroiindi adjoin brach und boardwalk. Only j
medlurn-prlcea iiotei whore guests may go (
I from house to surf In bathing attire wltn
Out using streets, which Is prohibited. Lee I
I of li'Mli houses with attendant to - are tor
I suits Is free. Running water In room*.
Fresh and ?ca. water baths, public and pri?
vate. Special rntes t' '" and up iliiHv; |S.M
to |21.t weekly, Including choice table, sup?
plied from own farm. White service. Or- |
cntstra. Tennis courts and croquet grounds
brtween hotel and beach. Booklet mailed
upon request.
PA I I. 0. ROSEORANS.
beach. As good as the best.
1 Cap. 230. New, homelike; elevator; large,
j cool, ocean view rooms, with baths; phones:
excellent table; white service; mria'. bed*.
Grand Atlantic Hotel
! Virginia Ave. near "Beach and Steel Pier.]
Open FurrouudIngs. Capacity .00. Hot apd
cold sea water biiths. Large rooms, south?
ern exposure. Klevator to street level,
spacious porches, etc. Special week rates;
jaso up dally. Booklet. vloaehes meet
trr.tns. COOPER t LEEDS.
ST. CHARLES
Most s'lect location fronting the oc?.m.
Thoroughly modern. Courteous service.
Bathrooms with hot and cold, fresii and
sea water attachments, etc. MagnlflCoat
porches overlooking tlio Boardwalk and
ocean. Orchestra of soloists. tloif privi?
leges. Always open. Illustrated booklet.
NEWLIN RAINES COMPANY.
Atlantic City, N. J.
HALEN HALL
IN Till: MOUNTAINS,
\ i- Ht> I -t LASS HO i 1.1 .
Wernersviile, Pa.
I". L. VOIIXO, t'enernl Manager.
Hotel Kenderton ,
Tennessrc Ave., third house from brach
and pier: fnmliy hotel; private baths, ocean
rlew, elevator, fine jiorches, homu cooking;
special low early season rates.
J. O. MITCHELL
Hotel Sothern
Virginia Ave. Capnclty ISO, Itonuis en
suite. Raths and running water. Excel
I lent tsble. 7th season. Same maTiager.ient.
The leading and most modern high-Glass
hotel at moderate rates.
ALI3KMARLE
Virginia A venue un,i Beach.
New throughout; capacity K0; private
baths, elevators, 4.0*"% feet wide. cool I
porches; exceptional table, white service.
Special rut"*. f?. ?10. f.2.S0 up weekly; S2
up dally. Booklet._J. P. COPE.
The most attractive and popular hotel for
Rlchme-id visitors.
HOTEL BORTON
Ocean cud Tennessee Avenue. Central to I
attractions B. U. VOORIIKKS, Owner
and Proprietor.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Directly oh the Ocean Iront
Always t 'pen.
WALTER BUZBY.
THE Will SHIRK,
Virginia Avenue an: Uea Ocean view,
ureatly Improved. Cap. JjO. Private baths. '
running water in rooms, elevator, etc. |
Music. Special, S12.E4 up weekly; UM up 1
dally. Open all the year. Booklet.
BAMU.QL ULLIS.
HOTEL RALEIGH
Charles Place and Beach. ?W large cool I
ms; ocean view; private baths; running!
water In rooms; tine porches; elevator:
electric lights, etc. i"o..rt and service of ]
the best. Very rtason.ibA- riitcn
11 J. PTN BS.
HOTEL AnSKCON.
Virginia Av.. near Beacb,
I IRBPROOI ?Hl II ! OP HUM li * STONE,
Everything that constitutes a ilrst-class |
hole! Elevator, private baths, etc., etc. L OO |
up dally; special weekly rat?s; booklet
_O. t>. PAINTER.
Hotel Isroquois
So. Carolina av and Beach, centra of nil
attractions: Capacity WO. One of the most
modern and up-to-date. 100 ncran-Mde roou.s.
Private baths, running water in rooms. Ele
\atoi. Music Eine porrh.fi.. Wlilfe service.
Spe.-ia! rates: H? up weekly; $2t.O up dally.
Booklet. _ W. F. BHAW.
HOTEL SH?REHAM,
Oeeua End Virginia Ave.
A modern hotel with every convenience! .
elevator, private Paths, etc. Open lawns
1 allow plenty Of light and air. Ideally 1<>- i
i rated. Hervlre and table the beat. Kates I
' JU.tO up wtekly. Booklet.
W. B. GOTTEN. '
HOTEL MERVINE
ItltEPILOOP
New York nve.. First House from Brach.
Private Dates Running Water In Booms. I
BATHINO ALLOTTED PROM HOTEL
Itaten, I. vp Dally; |l to f17.*Q Weekly, < 1
THE HYGELA.
TTTII ST.. CAVF. HENRY, VA.
Directly on ocean fron;. linn marin?
view, Capacity. 75. Terms reasonable.
ROB .v DYER.
Hotel V/achapreague
Win Iniprrnipio, I'.. S. \ ir?;inlii.
IDEAL SUMMER RESORT
Special Rates to Families, Hous
Parties and Clubs
tlomollko enniforts, id vantages of ocean,
bays, shady lawn, l>c.iu11ft;t sandy beach;
excellent ?urf bnthlns. best boating and
(lahlng; bot. rol.l nn<l salt battht; largo
rockers; swing ohalrsi tennis, free bowl?
ing and pool; fr-sh sea foods (milk, vege?
tables, eh|r]c?ns from our own farm): spe?
cial boat and auto rotes. Send for *-pago
booklet A It. 'i. MRAItS, WachapreagUS,
Virginia,
Buena Vista Spring Hotel
In tho Bluo Illdge. Krank.In Co.. Pa.
S.Cl'0 feet above sea level. Cool, bracVtg.
Superb Scenery, Kino Drives. Pure Spring
Wafer. Large garage. Modern equipment.
Unexcelled cuisine.
Opens for Season June 13, 1313.
Same efficient management si last year.
ROOMS, single or en suite, with private
batl?, now booking.
Kor chert, terms und booklet address
Till'MAS P. PERKINS,
Buena Vista, Franklin Co.. Pa.
Crockett Arsenic-Lithia Springs
and Baths opens June 1. Elevation
.'.ISO feet Cures nervous prostration,
dyspepsia, kidney disorders, malaria,
rheumatic and gklh troubles and female
Irregularities. Clears and beautifies
the complexion. Write for honklot.
M. O. THOMAS,
Crockett Sorlnlfs, V?.
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W VA.
Hath* now open. Mineral water for rheu
mntlsm, gout, solatltn? dyspepsia, etc.
Uerman physicians pronounce waters equal
to Carlsoad. Send for booklet.
Orchestra after June 1?. Dancing
every evening.
IIOTE1 WA??HTNOTON.
Maple shade Inn. Pufalskl, Vsk.
Most beautiful hotel and grounds In South?
west Virginia, Perfectly equipped for com?
fort and plessure. Altitude J.iio test. Won?
derful climate. Through sleeper from Rich?
mond. Write for booklet.
Brunswick Inn
Wnyneshoro, Va,
This eool and delightful summer re?
sort Is now o;>.:n for guessta, For rates,
apply to
MRS. W A. WILLI A MS,
/ MRS. E. A. ROBINSON.
_ Proprietors.
Pulaski Alum Springs
Open June 1st.
Situated in Pulaski county, Va., 2,000
feet above sea level, amidst the Alle
ghany Mountains. Climate invigorating;
free froth malaria. Mudem hotel. Tables
supplied from our own gardens'. Pulaski
alum water contains marvelous curative
powers. Beneficial in more different dis?
eases than any Other water in the State.
All .-port.-., such as dancing, bowling, ten?
nis croquet, fishing, boating and bathing
FREE to our guests. Write for full in
forniution and rates. Water shipped at
all seasons. R. C. GRAHAM, Manager,
Pulaski, Va.
RAWLEY SPRINGS, V?
Famous Chalybeate, Magnesia and
Sulphur Wat ers. .',00 > feet elevation.
Climate delightful. Opens June 15.
Until June s address N. W. ROLLING.
?.'17 Hanover Street, Annapolls. MU.
"Hotel A'Delphine'7"
12-11 East Ninth Street (near Fifth
Avenue), N iw York, [looms and board.
I $1.50 per day; $s pir week. Centrally
located. Kam Ileni table.
i [WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS!
tireenbrier County, West Virginia
The Blue Mountain House
In the Heart of The Mine Ridge.
novation two thousand feet. OverlooKlng
tie beautiful Cumberland and Shenandoah
?l!e>e Cool, bracing atmosphere. All
inueemont*. Orchestra, dancing, tennis,
on ling alleys, pool. saddle horses, etc.
apaclty ?? Rates M5.00 per week and up.
?escrlptlve booklet on application to IIONU
GIBBONS, Props,, Blue Mountain. Md.
McGuire's University School
OPP. MONROE PARK, RICHMOND, VA,
FORTY-EIGHTH SESSION re-gins Sep
ifinber IS. Thoroush prepartlon for unl
icrslty, college, technical sehe..I. I'. S, Naval
and Military Academics, Primary depart?
ment fot sn,all boys, wiin separate Instruc?
tors, study-hall, nml recitation rooms. Tue
Principal will be at ; N Belvldere St., after
Sept. 5. For full Information see catalogue
at book stores, or by mall.
JOHN r McGUIRE. 1'rlncloal
Miss WINSTON'S PRIMARY KCIIDOf,
For Olrls and Boys reopone ?yptenVber
'<.'? nt -?'07 Hanover Avenue. , Wost
hamptot: ears s'ltWri half a.' block.
MaJKoti L. _?
Virginia Military Institute
"THE WIST POINVOr TKt SOOTH-'
Collegiate and technical course. combin:<
with the rigid discipline of an army post.
Virginia Cadets tultloo free. ? ??
Islington. Va. Gsn. t. W. NICHOLS. Supt,

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