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Cr*_ter Richmond's Uraatest Newspaper,
UllKATIiST WANT ami iiis A L Kh
TATM ?ttlHU-l !\ I'lltUIMA, AMI
I u.m; ov iuu iicvr i.v ami.iui v.
Want Ad Kales
l Dull/, ouc cent yi-r >7ur? wh-n pnld
In advance. No All, tuWuu lor Ii?? tkmi
tcli cruta.
Una und one-hall cruln n word nil
'clnaalileutloua except Situation Wanted
for Sunday. Situation Wunied, auanrnl
? word. Ao Ail. boutlay mkvu lor .?-? i
than uftean ecu.
No Ail?. taken tor leaa than !?<_?>
'*>!? eenlH when pbourd In or curs-?
?at flir couulvr.
I'hone urdera not guaranteed,
t luxiilli-uttoiia uol _,u.iruntccd after
Wiail |?. M.
Kor bualncaa contra.'.*, ncml for *ue
Wnut A,I. Man, l'hu_.? alunro?
Cr-:-?
14,091 UHU i/UUUO
L'o.-'f. At w k.viiia.mct'>n .-cnhav
afternoon, wliltu to.v terrier; half ol
tue? black. Answers to tlio name ol
ttrynn. Keward If returned tu H?
_<...! K* i feUDAYi on MAIN ST It K KT
eari one silver chutellulne bat?, con?
taining some Hinan change! ?wo car
tickets, handkerchief and I ?;? pacl
?er. Ruwur.d It returned RICHMOND
HARDWOOD co., 112 North Ninth I
_
t=-:-? !
$}tlV C?iintc?, Staate
ta A.Vi'lJ;. ?I ? ?? Ji > l.lNi/1'iTi: m a -
chine operator; open shop; atat-- ex?
perience hud and salurj wunied.
KNOXVItiLK I'ltiNTINCS AND BON
co., Knoxvlllo, Tenti.
F?VANTKD. m i to iIhahn Gar Bp it
trade. Only i?w weeks required.
Wanes nft<r that month, liteddy
position Buarunteod. y. rite for cata- j
?i 01 k city._
:ri KMUEIt T . ?
!i u? woi K'ni; than
,r illy. Bus SI,
JWANTKD, .l"il rili.J.-M:.N. APPL
1 ? .. i, . . ? . . ;, ? . t i thli .1 Mo'.r.>
.illltC'J. iVhtlC
POSITION COI.hBCTI.Na BEST cits
references: ai.-o bund, if desired* is
toft, enre Times-Dlapatch,
Orlp t?antr? ffemaii
b Vi: n ? "; r. \ l-if i: k. with i:xit:'
Tlmes-Dispatch.
>vantki>. at iiN't k. a ti1 ? 11' >f i 111 i. v
reliable middle-ukc-1 colored nurse
for Infant, Muni bo willing to spend
month of August at springs. A|
K!0i ilujvr .v\.-nu.-.
IfTiTvfTiiAi. BTisis'?oH aphis its TO
Mart on snail salary. .1 581. care
Timen -1 ?i ij at .
Wanted, yocn? dady as cashFer,
bookkeeper and typowr/tor. Must
have experience Apply m writing
MOSES may, Walkover Hoot Shop.
Kant Broad U_]_
SiMlllUlI?it? LtildlUfO, JT in flic
?^&?ff$' i t1 i 'ex i ? i.i *. i eno i:.
would like n traveling poslti.n With
a reliable Richmond ilrin. Hist rof
erchcos given. Address c 4."..'. enro
v.antki-. stuatk'n a.s i >M i? aMt>n
or teacher In private family; four
years' experience in teaching; refer
?,ou< wb exchnngod Box t.'ul
pepor, \'u.
"youno^ l^ady.; EDUCATED, WISHES
sulislitute clerical work during Aus
nust; best refcron?us. Address P.
0. Box 71 I. e ay._
l}rlp, a?alc arifc j-cr.uilc
^^?a"Ntj:i-. t-ii:---i-'-l.ASM s . i:.v.ii:
raplicr, man or woman. Mum write
a good hand, and lie abb to do j
clerical work. Knowledge of hook^
Itcbplng ti"t rci|tiireld. Pleuso state j
u?d experioitce, glvlnlS refer
i ncen arid salary wauled. Employ-1
merit to begin Hoptemiier i. a.Mi.hh
1. 'I'.-.". Tiim ?-! ?l:-|iateli._|
SiilllliHIiJIl'J, l-UUilb-jiLUUll
Ax i:M'!:mi:Ni'i:i' ok-;.\Msi- b%\
Hires church position; host references,
\dtiri 88 m. m , S?? North Thirty-third
Street, City.
E?mTaN'T?N WANTED l''or INVALID
lady, suburb*. ii 401. care Times-1
Dlapatch. I
want bd. a lady to TEACH jap~
atiere geiitleiiiaii In Eugllsli lan
Ktiage. Apply to HO* Mutual Btlllcl
WANTED, BY a iiADY of li?NO AND
HUcceHslul experience, u position im
governess to leach English, French. |
muri,' and elementary Latin; cxcol
icni toitlmoni?iH fi'?m patrons. MISS
If ann IK BUFOWD, Etlgortun, Bruns?
wick county. Va._
TEACH eh "DESIRES PRIVATE
Bcltoolj experience. testimonials.
Rngllsh, French, Latin, music, state
t rms Address t oiice Miss v. w.,
' if. POStmO Cflllnavllle. Vit.
iToont? ???iW?
V'ArfKI?. ' ?NE .lit" two' ' nick.
clean looms for liKht housekeepliig;
limn and wife. E \~.2. e'""e Tlmos
_ 'Dispatch. _ _ _________
. ?Tats vciiintr?
^ANTKii.' in \v EST hno. I ?>h 5
room flat; hol water hohl preferred,
tun in family. Phone Madison IfllO-J,
Cat address 1016 West Main street.
ZtffiCK T?T'rinr?ublR\^tft f?3^NO~
tlCO tbul certificate No. T2. duttnl
March 6, 1905, in the Commorclal
Guarantee Company, for one ghaiu
of the capital stock of said company,
line boon lost or Hlolvn. ami the pub
lb: uro hereby warned not to triilo
pr buy tho same. Application will
bo made for u duplicate certificate.
1'. M. EHHLBH, i
_1 103 Taylor Street, City.
ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE PUBLIC.?
I hilve tlii.< day purchusod from tho
A, Jacobs Grocery Company tho well
established grocery and provision
but InesM conducted at No. Keil
Street, in Barton ItelKhts, and I will
put In u noW stock ot goods and run
the said business on the ban-Is of
low prices for the benefit of uii cus
toini i SI. GLAZER.
? ' August 5, 1 01l'. i
Itli lino nd. \?.. July 31, 1312. !
l-OST CERTIFICATE NO. 13 b'J>>. ONE
Share Nutlonul Hunk of Virginia
stock, dated October 10. l'Jlo, In the
name ?l John Stewart Bryan, All
persons are warned against nego?
tiating saine, as application for now
certificate has been made.
JOHN STEWART Pit VAN,
PI IKES GALORE AT THE RETAIL
Grocers' Excursion, Wednesday, An
?
RELIABLE TltANSEEIt MILLNEU'.S,
80S North Ninth Street, liiittls trunki
for BCc, Claim checks issued at the
bouse for your baggage. Two meil
on our in Phone Madison 1445
WANTED, TltlS WBLIC i'? KN'j VV
that JA1INKE BItOS., .Jewelers, !H2
East .Mam Street, buy, ?eil, exchange
und REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN TUE
LATENT STYLES. Old -told end all-:
vit iiwus's taken \o exchange.
VL '. I.." TII.aioi: CO. PHONE
Monroe lttU2.
WE i ILK AN BY KI.KCTI: ICIY V ALL
kind* of bats, ladies' and gentle-,
men's. Give us trial. Satisfaction]
g aura nteed.
.Tlhmen, No
A'PORT.
Second.
pDiilui'. pcio an? ?ur fetoe?
:i:nk direct from
rod Saturdays. Low
, nie u pOeitiil. .1. M.
,i that 1 havi
ar'.ed e. ;.. t...., ???
.is fushioiiaulo fbf
the bcnciit ot my
,rices, 1 o.i a:
.. a:id tali;
HI.-MAN Ii.al, BOUGH! AND HULD I
'troll.,??).?-, . ,., ....rth Third,
feumiuct LiUiitoimj
... . . i ? . t.\.;i., ?c'iVa'n view'.
v.l. newly furnished; ail couven-j
? ?-. block limn amusements; |
t .. ?.:?...?-?. .. hing, danbthg. Meals ISOC.
.-1. >- i. rat-.- app.:i .? t Ion,
\ i .. 11 ? ... rwo CMiL-';
i. Jjeptver :>am. V:
ID, TWO Oft THREE laky
? is fbi August and September;
? ??. ?? i. Rex
U ,11 vj villll j i ? ?y|lii'
U.K. sfOtHHtN HOME? ill'.HT
go >d iaiid. two houses arid bant, ?in -
third of mi.e from city line. Price.
?
terms; is 103, care Tiirlet,-Dispatch: |
::.!. i'ai.M. v. 1.1.1, LOCATED," AT-1
tractive brick mansion, i ? :? sal. or
part exchange for city property. I
Timber lends. VIRGINIA INTER- I
state LAND AGENCY, LS'neu burg.
(?It SALE, TWO ADJOINING LOTS IN
Uluter Park, on Seminary Av-maO.
Iresa '?? caro . inu %? l [Ispatcli.
Real G0tatc j-oi- Unit
ou i:i:nt.'?::???) K B'SilNijfrON aye-'
riue, nine rooms, bot water heat, ;
combination lixturea and every con-1
vetilencc; bait block from cars, Poa
susslon September i. Apply 2505.. ;
iobeen !? i.at. i ii;s:i-.oi:.\/.o noi;i7
bvurd, live rOiiuts, pantry npd hatb.l
idee trio lights and utean. heat.
?Phone Madison li?u?.
t i. RENT, nTn'13-R??M FURN1SIHCD
house, modern In every iyu>', with
lavatory, Hist Hour. tVatli acebnd
ib,or; electric lights, gas, hot water
heat. K 002, care Times-Dispatch.:
Possession September 1.
,-orMUOii.G
idi: i:i:.\t. 7\"CGUST " i. "THll;n'
floor, Unfurnished, with board; three
large connecting rooms and private,
bail). Would rent looms separately.)
i. n l p.i rk A venue,
SEPTKMHKR i. two " ?l KNTI.EMKN
or married couple to occupy, with]
board, iii--,. front room overlooking
Monroe Park; private family. s
Noi Mi Laurel si rcet.
mrs C. K. BOWERS, 115 E frank
lin, rooms and board for permnhent I
mid trunslciit guests; dining room
m ell etiuipped,
nicely" i i'>:visiii.ii iVooais and'
lioiird, SOS N.iOli i'lllli Street. j
Lsocn'.ij J:nr L\fnt
i i l:.\!>lli:ii Oil ItN'KURNfSiTElJ; nN
i': mi: im. near Jeff Orson Hotel. Mad
. I son 22! l-.l _ I
A t t11A ct ive ?ooms at MRS. ?: t,
j HUNTER'S, 215 Eobi Eeirapklln Street.
Phoni .Madison 'JIT'',.
hi,1.1 ;ant. newly k: ;:.vi.-iiii:i'.
nlenn rooms; central. Till.; ItOA
n 1 iii Noi i ii Eighth,
TWO LAUGE] CONNECTING ROOMS;
furnished for housekeeping. loi
W est (in ce.
nicki.v' i I I: N1111'.I i HoitMS, WITH
or \y I thou I board, vis East Marshall,
PLEASANT. ATTRACTIVE KooMS. ii
North Sixth, East side of street.
p.UfiU0
PATEN-PS.- I'll EE :T.1L'(.NAI.' IMS
siiltation In Richmond with Invent?
ors; uftocn years' cxpet'lmco; satis?
factory refer. n?v?. S. II. EVANS.
Patent Atiorni y, Boye '.'Si. Richmond,
Vo,
DAILY PUZZLES
A family term.
ANSWER to i l ISt'.-'l). 4 1'? PUZZliB
Connote.
M'>Ti/i:cvi:i7i-;? j?; i' i.? NEW
an<i second-hand; repairing of uil '
?. ioMPKI.NS. V.Ii V...--. ?road,
f?r ...l.l. CHEAP. ALL. KINOS of
second-hand ihcchnntcul tools; also
trunks tnJ ?im cases. Apply tu
KLriNKil BROS.. 1705 East Main
h11 '. i'a .. nbrokera.
FOR SALE. ETt?SON AUGUST i REC
..: It C, U. HAYNES & C?i. 121 Webt
NEW .-iN'.i.i; rKLCKS aND LIGH1
(urnlturo wagon, grocer) end butch?
er wagons, RICHARDSON bros.,
1Ii. i>( k Ave.
lo;l plaster boards oh eap.
_Mn?ison J'Sl'-'.___
HAVE ONE DOT op OAK AND TWO ,
ot pine titrtbi r, alHo a lot of poplar >
lor which I'd like to receive bids. I
Ad<lre*a Dlt. .1. v.. baker, Louisa'
Hoi leiis and i:n<;ini:-\ all sizes,
:.. good ndltion; charging
several showcases. Easy
H. duki
11 an ; i i iLL'MB
?
1 C. BRISTOW; 10 North,
~H Hd?Vng >:'. DOING
lying Meyer's buggies.
ttSo you. Rubber or steel
termi-. a. MEYER'S
East Cai*.- Street.
ine MXU.Slj.il ani i VI'"
? .? oi logging. ,\.I,it .-ss 715
.i!.' rIt an National Bank Ruttdlng, or
?
>K i I' TAKE NOTICE-!?-WE ABE
ere apain The Keioll Croccrs- Ms
urslon, Wednesday, August iith.
_icc, Codi ano cuood
PLATE ICE, PUREST AND BEST FOR
all uii i and the most economical, i'i I
cents per hundred. Try u load of
our and oik wood, which to dry]
and under shelter. TYLER & RYAN.
1001 \yest Cary, M:i>i!?.>r. '...tj.
LONti IS BETjL'IN? THE BEST FREE
burning coal at summer prices. Ills
iv.i largo biocks and dry. u will
pay you to s'e him tills week and
make your arrangements for win-,
ter. Olllcc 1SP0 West Broad._
W?TjD-7vND COAL
OUR DRY KINDLING IJKST IN C1TT:
heretoloru handled by Midlot tiiau |
Woou Company: tl.50 ualf-cord. DA?
VID M. LEA Ac CO. Phone Monro* ]
Oi'._
a;)t'JlTlliHtf?l!ij
fPHOLSTERING.
WE AUK MAKING A SPECIAL LOW
price on upholstering and cushion |
Work tor the month of August; can I
be done promptly and right. Madl- 1
son 3201. SVDNOR & HUNDLEY, I
Grace and Seventh .Strei ts. I
~ STO?AGE. ]
CHEAPEST STORAGE IN CITY. II
per load. Store your furniture, bug
Klei, automobiles, pianos at TOMP
KINS, ;(2; West RmuicL_
PIANOS.
SUMMED RATES NOW ON PIANO
moving and overhauling by fantory
experts. Prompt, careful wot a
guaranteed. Phone Madison ans.
OHAS. M ST1EFF, Pianos, 117 W.
_Bru:.d:_
WATCH KKPAJstlNO.
VCirit WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN
td by WM. TOB1EN, ?' R.. is B guar?
antee that It -.one properly; ?01
years experience. Cleaning, ?l. main'
springs, ;i tOs K.isl H.o.id Street.
PIANO HOSPITAL.
HAVE YOUR PIANo SENT IN TO I'S
and thoroughly gone over bofore I
moving Into your new home. We i
arc specialists in piano rebuilding. '
IJOPP .v FEROUSS?N, First and
Ma In,
A I NO MACHINES.?THE SfTANO-l
aid olllce, :,-".i Broad Street, Is full
of new ami second-hand ma.?hin. -,
cheap, und on ea?j terms; all kinds
repaired. GARLAND It. CLARKE,
phone MonrOe 2620.
Slim: REPAIRING.
75c HALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES, ftOo I
ladies, every pair sewed; best leath?
er, no nails, no nogs. Rnval rub?
ber heels. 26ci Tred-AIr rubber heels, '
40c; leather heels rebuilt like new.
25c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE
FACTORYi .Hi E. Main.. Phone Mou.
roe 2667.
LOAN ft.
^r..uuo
To LEND oN DIAMONDS AND
walc'aei at New York rates, N. F,
JACOBS ft SON. No.'2IS North Ninth
PHONOGRAPHS.
WHEN YOU BUY 1/50K FOR THE
name Kdlson If you want one you
can understand rv..ry word on tno
record. C iv HAYNES ft CO.
slip COVER?! ~
IN LIN;EN ano CRETONNE, pop. RED
room or parlor, l.-adn to rtt. syo
Noit A HUNDLEY, INC.. ccventh ur.J
Grace. Madison S2?t.
BR/.KINO.
WANTED, BRAJilNd ?f cast IRON,
RICHMo.Ni? MACHE E WORKS, INJ.
ELECTOR BEULE
OPENS CAMPAIGN
He Addresses Voters at Spotsyl
vania Courthouse?Delivers
Eulogy of Wilson.
[Spoclal to Tho TlmcB-DIspatch.]
Frodctrlckaburg, Vi, August 6.?ft.
Real?, of Bowling Green, Democratic:
olector for the' First Honijresslonal
District, opened tho campaign to-day
at Spot.sylvania Courthouse address?
ing a large crowd on behalf of the
national Democratic tlckot. Mr. Kealo
dl'.'jsse.i the tariff, and ? \;. th?
position of tho Demooratle party on
that subjeot. lie severely crltl? './.. I
1'renldent Taft and the Republican
party and nlso ex-Presldoni Roosevelt
and hl? new so-called progressiva
party. .Mr. Beate etiloglised the Demo?
cratic candidate. Governor Wilson, and !
stated that through him tho people j
would be represented Iti tho govern- |
nient aa against tho special lntererts. !
which would control both the RepUb- !
llcan and the third part), lie closed
by urging every member to contribute
time and finances t., ti.. success of
the national Democrat! ' tlckot.
Ren I'olglalzo, 01 Spotsylvania
county, waa convicted and lined $50
end costs by Justice* Jones and Kent
for violating the laws for protection
of tli": permanent improved road* !n
Spotsylvania county by carrying ex?
cessive toads of lumber This is tho
Si eohd time be hue been convlctod.
the first time being fined 1160 and
costs by u jury. He took an appeal.
Captain Dan M. Dee, who baa been
Indisposed at his residence. "Highland !
Home,'' in Stafford bounty, near this ;
city, was in town to-duy for tho llrst i
time for two months. 11> hua been
tttkliig a rest cure and recovering
from 'everal attacks of heart trouble '
Hi .as < r;T1 r. 1 y rtcovi. te-i h-s liealtli.
The eighteenth annual reunion or '
tiie survivors of the Forty-third Bat?
talion of the Cavalry of thb Army of
Northern Virginia, km. a h oa Mosby's
rricn, will bo held at Groeetori, Prince
William county, on Thursday, August
29. There are ?lUlte u n nnber of i
Mosby's men In this city and the ?ur
2}JJenl Vcntiiaiors
ai. vi;.\'TlI.ATUi'. CO PHONE
at?i?.'D
household goods ot ftnj i.md and
ai :? amount. Pnone Madison l?Oti.
WAN J'i.l'. To UK V luii CASH,
household gooda In any quantity.
Hhdriu Madison ?SLI
WANTED, TO BOY S?M K SECOND
jturid of|lct furniture. What have you
WA~NTI I'. TWO ODD MARBLE MAN
TEDS. E. C W1DK1NSON. 1'.' south
11> '.!?;?? Avoniie.
Utdl cordtf CUmuc?
'OsT fot i. . Al.il't; vVPfirt J. A. CON'-"
NEDDY a: CO. Writ., postui for hoc
? - . . i: ,.a_
J ltH? j'OT LaCIU
1'OK KENT, Nl'Kl.Y I'!' 1: N I .-111: U
tut; aii conveniences, 20T3 Grdve
jnue.
y-nviinri?
National Bank of Virginia,
Richmond, Va.
Monday, July 21', 1912
) THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
NATIONAL RANK OF VIRGIN.A
7 ?? font to resolution of the
board of dlrtictors or the National
Dank ot Virginia, adopt, d mis day ,
notice is lo t. by given that a special
meeting ul the stockholders of the
said bank will hi held at Its banking
i , : .. Ninth ai I Main streets, RlOh
mondj Va . THURSDAY. August 29,
1912j tit 12 o'clock M. to consider;
First, a jiropbsltlOri and plan for
tho ionsblldtttioh of the National
Bank of Virginia with tho First Na
tlonal Hnnli of Richmond, v.i . which
has ?ben approved by the board "f
din ? >ra ot tho national Hank ot j
ii ii. a plat, for the complete
liquidation "f tin assets and affairs I
oi' the National Bank of Virginia .
pursuant to seel ons 5220 and R221,
United State? Ilevisid Statutes, to
talc? effect upon such day as may l>?
fixed by tip- ttdckholders.
Third, 'lb.- ratification of the ac?
tion of tb.e tri : "f directors of the
said bank in t!.. premises prellml
iciy to said meeting.
Fourth. Any other business ger?
mane to the for .? Ing matters winch
may be brought to the consideration
of the said ting
A full meeting of the stockhold?
ers, either in p. rsort or by proxy, is
urgently rcnui Bt< d,
W. M. IIARI.tSTON.
W. M. ADDISON, l'restdent.
Cafhter.
N riCEiOl-' MEETING.
First National Hank. Richmond. Va.
Richmond, Va., .inly 2'J. 1912.
O Till'. STOCKHOLDER'S OF THE
FIRST NAT I - i.N'AL RANK:
Notice is h sreby given that by or
d. i of tin- board or directors, a spe?
cial meeting oi the stockli?lduis oi
the rust National Bank of Rich?
mond; Va . has been called to be held
at 12 O'clock : "ii on THURSDAY,
the 2(Ith day 01 August, 1?12, at its
blinking office, No. Ilm East .Main
Street, Hi. hmond, Va., for the pur?
pose "f v'oting upon the consolidation
of the National Bank of Virginia,
of Richmond Vn? with the First Na?
tional Slunl: of fllchmortd, Va.. under
Hi. nami of the First National Bank
of Richmond, V'n . of ratifying and
approving Hi.- notion of the board '?:
directors In tin premises; of voting
upon tin In.? n use of the capital
.'?toi l; ,,f the First Natinnnl Rank of
Richmond, Vn., from $1,000,300 t"
<-'.""i>.i'i">; the issue of K>,.mO addi?
tional Bhhrcs ? l" the par value oi
?!.itch, at the price of ?jr?o per
share in cash; the Increase of the
nor.ib, r Of din . tors that tho
board shall Consist of not less than
(ilin nor more than thirty-two stock
holdi v the ? h Ptlb.n of ndditlonnl
. n.rs the iiinelltlment of (he ar?
ticles of nssoeintlbn hecordlittifly, ami
voting or noting upon any rithei
ninttcrs that may comn before lint
meeting, oi nny adjournment thereof;
?Tl ? stoi ft ? innafor hookn win be
closed froiii \ug?Bl 15 t? August SO,
!'. order of the board of directors
.1. IHN M MILIilOH .11! .
Cnshior,
TDK ANNUAL MRETING OF THE
slnekboblers of the WntkIns-Pottroll
Company will be held in the olflee
of C'..- company, No, lif South Four?
teenth Street, lliehmond, Va . on
August 1::. 1912, at 12 o'clock noon.
C, S. FBNROM,
Sei relnry a nd Troasuror,
' No" jn ?. . TAI ED COMM?nF
en lion "i rtlchrripritl Lodge, No
10, Ancient, Proe and Accepted
Masons, will be hold in the Mnsonlo
Temple THIS (Tuesday) EVENING,
August C, 1912, ol i "'t o'clock. Work.
Members "i sister i"dge? and transient
brethren fraternally invited,
lt.- order of the W orshipful Master,
a I. v VN DEVENTER,
Secretary.
: Auction fealr?. future Dav? auction ?rtlc?, future DapsJ
IBy Virginia Auction Co..
Auctioneers,
016 East Broad Street.
Stock and Fixtures of Bien & Hard?
ing, Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Ap?
parel at No. 3 East Broad Street
IV? will sell at public auction.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST T.
commencing at 10:,10 A. M..
? Ready-to-Wear Summer and Fall suits, odd skirts, suit and other Shirtwaists,
Slllt and other Underskirts, Coats and Raincoats. This stock Is of latest
style and pattern, and In all sizes. Entire stock purchased in the last two
months. Two sixty-foot Display Cases with mirror front and gluss sliding
? door; Display Tables, Work Table;), etc
I.ndles and the rconoral public Invited to attend. Sale positive. TBRAUS:
j Cash.
VIROfNlA AUCTION CO.
rounding counties who expect to at?
tend.
Police l.imklnu for I'riijtcr.
Wilmington, N. C., August 6.?AjUer
staying at th? Seashoro Hotel.
Wrlghtsvllla Doach, posing as u
"sport", nnd becoming ( popular with
the yoiini* people. I >. B. I'rag-r. n
young white man, left suddenly owing
two weeks board, out leaving a note
stating that bo had rjone to Roanoke.
Va . to straighten oat a check account
with J. S\ Pino aid that ho had left
his baggage as security. As he did
not return nnd sourch of his baggage
I rovealed only nn<old canvas hat anil
ia fow bottles, an Inquiry developed
' that a man named Prnger had beaten
the Ebbltt House in Washington and
other hotels of board bills, a warrant
\ was Issued for his arrest. The poll20
of tills city are now trying to locate
i him.
Miimlv?Good.
jSl.|a] t.. The TlhicsrDiHpatch, |
llarrtsonburg; Va.. August 1 .
II. MUndy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Mundy. or port Republic, and Miss
liattle D. Good, daughter of. John M.
Good, of Mt. Olive, wer?- married yes?
terday by Dev. Samuel pone-.
Slttrli?ii x3ulf!3 H\)i8 Diiv
AUCnONCr-SR9
-t B l&A^SfX *tt"r
STOCK GROCERIES. CASH REGISTER,
HORSE, WAGONS, TRAP, HARNESS,
Ji'E BOX, SCALES, ETC.. AT AUC
Ori account of owner moving from
the citVi we will sell at public auction,
at his store. No J 129 West dry Street,
THIS TUESDAY, AUGUST 6,
beginning 8:33 o'clock p, M.,
a Stock of Groceries, consisting or
Canned corn. Peaches, Tomatoes, Cork
lihtl Beans, syrups, R?mford's and Good
Luck Baking Powders, Bottled Mus
tard, catsups, Ptck|cs, crnckers, Cakes;
.-'?.rip*. Starch. Washing PdWdor, Lamps
and I-amp Chimneys, eight doicn Wash?
boards, large lot Paper Bags, ten boxes
Cigars, lot Smoking and <"hewing To
liai <??>. and other goods.
Also on.- good Horse. Grocery Top
Wagon opori \Vagori, Trap. Huggy nnd
? ?I; Harness. Total Adding nnd De?
tail Strip National Cash Koglstcr, Ml
! crometer Scales, Platform Scab s.
Hanging Scales, Meat Clock, Meat
Tools, c.ff.e Mill. MoCaskoy Account
Register. Tea nnd Coffee Stiowcase,
1 License, etc.
Sale positive. TERMS: Cash
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.
FOR SALE
Notions, Gents' Furnishings nnd
Household Goods, must !>?? sold at once
Cheap to a quick buyer.
J. A HUDGENS,
2101 Palrlh??nt Avenue.
L.rdl (20t?te jf?t Unit
FOR RENT
First Floor Apartment
In th. "X,dinar." 1^11 Park Avenue.
Eight rooms; modern; heat furnished.
iT.'u per nun.nit.
HAWKINS & RUFORI i.
: N? ?: t.. s, \ enth street.
The Woman's College
Itlelintond, Va,
I Oy reason ol its location In rtlcli
I mond, the Woman's Coliegu affords su
I perlor advantages for the higher edu
ratlon ol young ladles The expendi?
ture of a million dollars coulu not
' duplicate such advantages outside such
la city, Able faculties In all depart?
ments, i stinl college degrees, Special
advantages In music students have
n?,' of tie- Virginia state l.ltirnry and
access to numerous museums. Health
record romarkable, Terms moderate,
[ Write for catalogue, Early application
I Important.
.1 lMKS Mil.SOX, O. 11., I I . p..
President,
MISS WINSTON'S I'ltnivill KCIIOOI,
For Girls and Boys rcopen.i September
-'?; ..t 2607 Hanover Avenue. West
hamptbn ems within half a block
Madit '.n 7tr.:-L
PEA BO D Y
Conservatory of Music
Baltimore, Md.
Rocognlscd an the lead
Ing endowed musical con?
servatory in th? country.
Scholarship* and Oipiumai
:,? nr.li d. Circulars malted.
McGuire's Universiiy School
OI'P. MONROE PARK. RICHMOND, VA. I
FOIlTV-KIOIlfll SESSION begins Scp- j
i. ml,, i IS Thorough pre part Inn fur unt?
ie r st tj. college; technics! school, tl. S. Navali
Mni Militari Academics. Primary depart
mint for Mo ,.: boys, wltlt separate Instruc?
tors, ftud\ -hall, nnd recitation rooms Tin?
Principal will I., at 7 N. Delvldere St., after
t-.pt. ;? l'*or hui Information tee catalogue
<ii u.,..k llnres, or by mall,
.1 'its' p. Mi iJUIRR, rrlhclbal !
Gloucester Academy
\n Hccrcdllcd school of the University of
Vlrglnli.the principal's furm. Summer-1
villi? neai OToitCfsioi C IL, Va, Thorough I
preps rat loh '"r colleges and the university!
und for a limine?? ;!!??. Special attention I
I., backward boys' snd the most careful I
individual nttehtlon. Hoarders occupj thai
[dwelling with the principal nnd hi* family.'
Tbo in xt session will begin September 5lh >
Correspond. solicited, Kor circulars
apply io JOHN l Mill (Graduate University
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND I'LAV STREETS.
Open dally rrom 1/ A. M. to 5 1'. M.
Admission, -?c. Pre* on Saturdays.
Sale of
Refused and
Unclaimed
Freight
of Every Description
We will soil at public auction, to tho
highest bidder, unless otherwise dls
posed of, at our freight warehouse,
oornor Seventeenth and -Marshall Sts.,
Richmond, Va.,
Wednesday, August 7,
1912
commencing at 10 A. M.,
various lots or Dry Goods, Clothing.
Rugs, Druggets, Furniture, Hardware
and miscellaneous articles ot every
description. Also one Gasolene Launch,
consigned to Dr. J. D, lllnchman, Rich?
mond, Va.
The public are requested to attend;
Elevated seats provided for ladies, and
Special accommodation will be nf
forded out-of-town buyers for shipping
goods.
THE CHESAPEAKE 4 OHIO RV. CO.
L L SOHBRER,
General Claim Agent.
CHOICE LOT
At Auction
25x120, south side pf .Main Street, 62
feet east of Park street, win be ottered
at auction,
THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST S,
nt C:l? o'clock.
Opportunity for home builder.
HAWKINS .t BUFORD,
130 North Seventh Street._
By The Valentino Auction Co.,
Auctioneers,
Pursuant to an order of the District
Court of the United states for the
Kastern District of Virginia, entered
on the lath day of July, ir>r.', in tho
matter of jiicob s. Einstein, bankrupt,
1 win s> ii at public auction, oh
FRIDAY. AUGUST 0.
at 1 o'clock p, M..
at tho auction salesrooms of Tho Val?
entin.- Auction Co.. ills blast Rroad St..
? I" Shares of Stock of the .Martin Thc
i atrlcnl Co.j Inc. TERMS: Cash
a n riiun m c vnni in. ti nsto<
L\ral estatr f-ot ?>alf
THE BEST
SITUATED LOT
i In the W est End; northwest corner
i Boulevard and Kensington Avenue;
I 120x150 iot i to alley, close to Rattle
Abbey, with the beautiful grounds
surrounding it. For sale at a price
I now anywhere from 2.",* ; to In1", less
j than it will bring in twelve months.
HAWKINS BUFORD.
lOO North Seventh Street.,
UPtfl?
TURKISH and ROMAN BATH5 ~~
Richmond, V?.
Tu? moat magnificent hotel in lbs
South. European pian, Rooms single
inn en suite, with an.', without Laitm
Spacious sample rooms.
Siiceini Summer Itatea, * lub ISrcak?
fax
Kummet i\rnort?.
Ocean City, Md.
Atlantic Hotel
Capacity 600, Opens June 20tli under
the general management oi A Stanley
Stanford, of Devon Ihn, Devon, Pcnn.,a
and Drei Park Hotel, Md. Excellent set -
yjee a fcndaionable rates.
STRXBLING SPRINGS
Si'ilphui alum nhd chuiybcMn"waters; \ni
tvlthln Hib feet of hotel. Unto*, $7 in j':o in
hotol, "i larao lw??ro?m ecu.mos, remodel
.,i Ul2, Write f..r booklet, 14 Illustrated
|i*Scs, Fie* transportation from mil road
? Lilians, S'.itiintna iin.l Stokosvllle.
P. rMlICRESTER.
Mi Rolpn P, <>. Augusta ire.', va.
Blue Ridge Springs, Va
PHIL. F. BROWN, Prop.
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND Cf.VY streets.
open ? A. m. TO 5 p. m.
Admission, 25c. Free on Saturdays,
Kummer ixf?art?.
Make Your
Vacation One
of Pleasure
and Health
Building
Go whore you find Natur?
at its best plus every im?
provement that money and
brains can add.
meets every requirement.
Just think ..t' the cxhiierating
-urf bathing ? the restful
boating?the interesting tish
iii";? the joyous dancing and
scores of Other indoor and
outdoor snorts.
Low excursion rates from
Richmond.
Crockett Arsenic-Lithia Springs
^at*a pPon? J'ine l. Elevation
-,1.1? feet Cur?.? nervous prostration,
dyspepsia, kidney disorders malaria
rheumatic nnd skin trouble* and f male.
IrreKUIarltUa. Clears end beautifies
the complexion. Writ* for booklet.
SI. C. THOMAS.
Crockett Sprintes, Va.
ir
Creenbrier County Weit Virginia^
MAGNIFICENT
SWIMMING POOL
R.iili.int with Sunlight. Stilt I in
and Medicinal Baths. Coli, l'cn
Ridi.:z, Driving, Fishing
Motoring, Dancing, ltraeinj
mountain air. No I'lirl or Mai.
quitnes. Pictureiqnc scenery.
??..--? t si Hotel Chum' I /#
brrlin, c <\ '? ?'? Int. Per later. Jm
v CCO. F. ADAMS /'^i
>^N??j Whlt? Sulphur /
Atlantic Citg ?U?orto
Pacific unit Arkuuaas Avenues Spoetoos
grounds adjoin brach and boardwalk. Only
ntcdluin^prlcOd hotel where gin-sis may rii
from house to surf In bathing utttr.i wttn*
out us in? streets, which is prohibited. Cue
.,f ba(h houses ?Ith attendant tu iure r,,r
stilts Is free. Running water in rhnin*.
I n ?h and sea water baths, public nnd pri?
vate, Special rates H.W and up duMyt 14.01
tu |21.&o weekly. Including choice table, sop
plied lnun cn.n farm. White setzte?. Or
encatra. Tennis courts and croqbiti grijunds
U'lttfoi hotal und beach. Booklet malted
tipoh request;
r II I. C. ROSRI It \xs.
WINDERMERE
Couth Carollnn Ave., second house from
Reach, Rest equipped moderate price hotel
In Atlantic city. Elevator; bathing from
hotel. lluiikh t.
_R. A. HE NT) E It. Owner.
Thii leading nn.l most modern hlgh-olttSS
ALBEMARLE
Virginia ?Ivei ami Reach, Cniilesl Location.
.n. w throughout; capacity &5o; private
bathti, slcvatora, I.eQO feet wide, coot
porches; exceptional table, white service,
Special rat.s. S'.o up weekly; 13 up dally.
Booklet' 3. ?'. cope.
Hotel Iroqiiois
So. Carolina ?v. npd Bench; centra o.' all
nttrnctoinr, Capacity too. One, ,,f the most
iiio.i, in .it,a up-to-date, ho oconn-slda rooms.
Private baths, running water In rooms Rl?
\alor. Music. Pins' porches, White service.
Special rates: til uy weekly; |160 up dally,
j Booklet, W. F, SHAW.
Seit Moderate Rate Hotel
And Fireproof Annex. Tonn, i
central; capacity 100; opposite Prot, und Oath.
(. nurchea : running v ut-r lt. r >,ir..-.: pi iv.ite hall s
excellent table; vegetables from own farm : whim
service: J.n i,, s, :| ?vICIy i SI..Mi to .-.it
dir. IlMt. s.:ia! rates. It. B. Lud?, M D
THE WILTSHIRE r
"can vi,.?-.
firently Improved. Cap. j50. Private baths,
rtinalpg water In rooms, elevator, etc.
Music. Special. I12.M up weekly : 30 up
ilhlly. Open all the \.ar. Booklet.
SAMUEL Ci.f.t.S.
ar.3 to. in o.^?t-t
GALEN HALL
ll\ TDK SK V
IIOTRI, \ Ml s \ s ITOItll >l
Atlantic City, N.J.
GALEN HALL
I \ THI'I Mill XT \l \s
\ l-'lltST-l I. \-?s ||i) l i:l..
Wemersville, Pa
llesldi
tc. Diet
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in. Ti
?ral Muiingcr.
ATLANTICCITYOFFICIALGDIDE
ttpages 225 Illustrations. Ail nitrations 1
leading hotels d.bribed, ?Ith rates; 1
is.etc. Send W stamp formailing f 1 ????
Allnntli < ,i. 1 Information Iture
P. o. Rux 800, ,\ thill tic 1 nr. .N . I
Drlaluaic WJafcr &aj$ $)a.
N \ 1 Ell DAT ROUSE,
The Mountain Paradise.
Now opm, extensively improved. Tho most
modern and finest located hotel in this
region. Cuisine of the. highest standard;
white service, Orenrstra. social dlveralona;
eyety out-of-door uinusciiieiit; ntw, beau?
tiful Palm Court ami Cafe. Special July
and party uin. Ilooklet and auto map?
JOHN r?'KDT COPS,

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