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Orentar lUebnioUd'e OTasUMI Newaonysr,
?\w?\m?fi *iS^B> Otepatrh
u,t"a'j'?aST want anu heal
TAru medium in Virginia, anu
O.m? up tjjb best in america*
Want Ad Rates
Unit), uim ecal ycr nurd when paid
In ndvnucc. No Ad. tukuu tut less titan
Ouo uud one-aalf cent* n T??ru nil
elaautlllcatloaa except simuitou wanted
?or Sunday. Mtunllou WuuteU. ouecent
? >?ord. .>? Ad. Sunday lakeu f?r .fa
limn nf(eeu cents.
No AU". taken fur leas ?hau t?t-?>
*?c Cents tvueu yboned lu or curiied
"i tlie i ?unter.
Phone orders uo? gun ra 11 red.
lluahllieulluu* liul guaranteed after
"all) I". M.
Tor buslnrss contra ?f.?, arnd tot the
Want Ad. Hau. Phis-* daaraa i- j
JUJ?I U110 J.-UllilU
LdSfT'mi:i?!(.:,.i. diploma ~0& tiii:
University 9t Pennsylvania. Finder
return 1- Tlinea-LMsputch und receive
1 ewa rU.
*Teft IN .SO.MEBODYvir~?l7Fl7jE~ oil
store, pair 01 spectacles, with flex?
ible goid pemples (-.m holders). Hu
w-rd it returned to Tin-; DUPLEX
1 1 j . 1".. 1 -.. \ . ' t. 1 1
IJCIIJ U.IUUU?, U^UlC
$rZ^ntt~~l^H?^KHs' kok' 'STi".AM
shovel work at Vu'Tna, .v C. wiige.i,
(1.60 per day. Weekly pay. FLSllLK
cc CAKOX&a. Oeiicial Contractors. _ ]
WANTED. UOU? AUTO REPAIRER
.Statti experience und price. Address
Ho* No. IuJ. Wurrenton, N. C |
WANTED, AT ONCE, FIRST-CLAS3
b.-.. j. r, |1j per week guarknteedj 0?>
per cent, on all over (20. .SAM
I'HUSTI. N"!iJ; Einpurla, Va.
?WANTED. A~ilAN TO~lIVS~COUNTRY j
burn Ullll; good custom. Address
with reference, J. K. SOUTHWELL,
Chuso City. Va.
two STRONG BOV.s Tu o pk It at k
drill press und help around shop;
permanent position1, chance to learn
und advance. Wages to coinmulicc,
ii, per week. Coma ready to gj to
?T?rk MORRISON MACHINERY and
SUPPLY uo? Eighteenth and Dock
?HINTER WANTED?fair* ' ALL
round printer wanted to work un?
der competent foreman. Steady jon
for sober, reliable man. PAGE
news AN 1 > courier. Luray, Va.
Exlllllnt ! ? >.-;t i< >n open 1 or a
llvu hustler for retail teas and cof?
fees. Salaiy no object to good pro?
ducer. Address D 149. case Tlinea
TWO P?aTerS FOR GRANITE RUB
ble, four dollars a day; also 20 In?
side carpenters. AMERICAN LAHOR
5t:n experienced men for sash,
bund nnd 'lo'ir factory; two tailors,
two paperhshgers; Apply AMKEi
can LAHOR BUREAU, 2"2 end 303
KTK.\',g~karii i.i: wan IVd-a <mm
pctont. experienced stenographer;
peimanent position to right party
apply at once. stating ago. expert*'
once and salary desired; for our
miles .department BARHOUR UUtJ
OV QO? South Boston, Va.
WANTED, ABOUT SEPTEMBER 1ST,
an assistant registered druggist 01 a
mun With several years' experience,
r. o lt"x *7, JLackstone. Va._
.WANTED. CIOARMAKERSj STEAD 1"
Work Communicate with MR,
SIMMS, Marias r, MONT1CELLU
CIGAR FACTORY, INC., Chtiflottes
vl lie. Vit;_
Wanted, a clerk for ? co.uk
try store; single rn.iti preferred,
^ttl?factory referon? es rOnulred.
kddresa or call t.. H. c. RICHARD
.. . Q1 East Marshall! Richmond,
V. A BRIgTTt Y?UNQ man ?S
tehogrttpher afid olflco assistant!
muat be good stenoRritpher and quick
and correct at t)?ur.-a, good oppor
tunlty for y??ng man ?Illing tc
leave the city. Apply, .stating age.
refereni ts. tsxperlehce and salary re?
in I red to THE MOUNT CARBON
1 '? ?MpanY, l^TPJi I'owellton. w. Va.
v. VNTE1 ?. a REGISTERE1 1 DRUtl
glst. state experience; give refer?
ences and .salary wanted. JC 35, care
&iruat(on0 Cutimrc, ^alc
Y. anTi:: >. \" 'S1 ti< in u y 1:1:i: 1 stk.red
; hit rmaclst, ten > ? >-Ty' expi 1 lence; ex?
cellent roforenoos; no objection to
ntr> position. L.KON M. WOOT
TKN. Grlfton, N. C.__
VI lUKG man." T .'. ENTY-THRBE yak
VOU N <i MAN, TWENTY-THR13E
vears old, who hun had office position
in large corporation, wishes ??talde
pocltlon or on-1 which furnishes some
exorcise. Good references furnished.
It M. W.. P. O. Box 11 S3.
\VANTKIi?you.Ni, MAN I'U.-IKKS
position Immediately with a fair
snlarv; hest of references, Address
K lr,6. can: Tlmes-Dlspatch.
Jl IN N11! :i > OF WORK OR IF VOU
wish to cjiange your present position
call to see. the AMERICAN LABOR
BUREAU, P.ootns : ? and 30S Foster
Building. Phone Monroe 10.
fW ANTED, EMPLOY me NT AS As?
sistant In office by all-round busl. ess
man. where usefalnets will he ap?
preciated. Can name reference?, and
give bond If necessary. Address e
98, care T>mes-Dlspatch._
Position wanted by mITTtTle
iiged German as chef e.oolt or stew?
ard, best of references. Address b
10, care Tlmi s-Dlspntch.
i^fIp cclantcrj jrcmalc
ifANlf?k ~a~"lXr>v'ST 1 :'nv.(;rait' 1 v.r.
Apply HOME FURNISHING CO., 123
SVK" h?ve A POSITION !'.?(;" A MAN
nnd wife to net as cook and butler,
or will take a mother and daughter.
Apply AMERIPAN LABOR BUREAU,
Rooms 302 nnd :<":'. I'ostei Hullding.
WANTEI). NURSE K<TH two 111111.-'
dren. Apply, with referen?C8, 510
North Eleventh Street.
WANTED, IT RST-CLASS HOUSEMAID
and cook. 2702 Monument Avenue.
Oood homo, good Wl gos to right peo?
W ANTED, Woman WHO 11AS HAD
experience In sewing In Indies' talor
Ing shop. H. LEW is. Ladies' Tailor.
&03 West ' irai e
W.i.NTKD, YOUNG WHITE OR COIV
ored woman to cook and clean for
small family: ro.mi on lot. Apply
1016 West Main Street.
V ANTED. A iMi'K BY FAMILY t)F
three. Apply 2305 Stunrl Ayonue.
x3itUiltl0!l'j, Pt?tC?'?lOllUl "f
LADY "i'KSIRKs" I'OSITI'iN IN IT'.I
vat? family to teach young ch'ldron
English and music: comfortable
home ciinsldered. Terms, $10 per
month, traveling oxpensefl. Box 1^6,
EXPERIENCED TEACHER DESIRES'
position in family; references ex?
changed. Address MISS SALLIB
STOUT, h. F. D, Mo. Waynesboro.
A i&l?'FARMVlLLE NORMAL SClBJoi
graduate desires a position to teach
for the coming session, testimonials
furnished on request. Address Miss
ii M 11 . R.ickbrldge P..Uli.', Va.
WAITED? THE"PUIHJtT~TO KNOW
that JAHNKE HltoH.. .lewelers. 912
East Main Street, buy, sell, exchnr.ge
nnd REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THE
I^iYTE^T STYLES. Old gold end sll
vct \lwaya taken !n exchange,
Ideal veNtiLaTOK co! FiT?ne
WE MAKE AND REPAIR AUTOMO
blle tops, dust covers and do any
kind of trimming work. R. H.
BOSHER'S SONS, 15 South Ninth
Situations CCJantf?, j'emnlc J
top und". rgruduatu nurse. MadUon
iT.u.v living in '.skhkrhs WdKLO
Ilk.- to enro for child; ago between
ten mouths and tivo years; charges
moderate. Address a S7, tare T'tncs
WI) < an "l'i..VTK Sl-:VHRAL gov-"
crnesses and companions; also cooks
mid houspg|r|s. Apple AMERICAN
LABOR BUREAU. Rooms 302 und 303 |
WANi i:i>. " M i'.srM;.- maternity"
cs ? s a BPCClaltyl reference Riven.'
2123 Chaffln Street. Phone Madison
i.fip, _v>dir duo jTcmaJc
V. A \ T 111'. I- I I (g T - (M. A SS " " ST E NO I i
raphtr, man <ir woman. Must write I
n ?.:'""! hand, and be. aide to do
clerical work. Knowledge o( book?
keeping not required. Plcaso state
age. and experience. giving refer?
ences and salary wanted. Employ.
ment to begin September 1, Address ,
i ? en re Tlmej ?DispAti h.
?rjlfntoto iino feuiicsnieii
WANTED. SETTLED' ' MAN WlfVli
broad cxpet leriee us a salesman to
handle Office in Richmond and man- I
age salesmen in Eastern portion of
Virginia;'-.! st of references and bond
reunited. .Address A fit;, ear-- Times- !
I ip ttl '?_
AGENTS MAKE BIO MONEY SELLING
summer leader; iiulek sates. Send
for free sample and catalogue; Just j
out. DE COLT SPECIALTY CO.,
6700 winds .i Place. Philadelphia. Pa.
HAVE OPENING, AS SALES AGENT
In every city arid county in Virginia;
profitable connection can be made by
party who can secure results. Satis-,
fejetory rofercnecs required. Ad?
dress STATE MANAGER; Box 116.
L\ii\i __>ttiu- j-oi hau
IN '. ic an "exceedingly"
doslrnt>io little furm amonK the bills ,
In the beautiful Albemarle County i
region. There ore >,S acres of land,
most of which U cleared and In an ,
excel!) nt Mt;,t.- of cultivation; Sum.
timber and splendid water. The ur- \
? laird is a decided feature?250 bear
ing apple tr-.s and 600 planted lust |
spring. It -a111 soon be a money
making or, hard proposition. No
dwelling, but material on ground fur j
smnll cottage. There Is a burn und
some other outbuildings, Station
.t.'.ire miles. Included with the farm
is some personal property, handsome
pair of driving horses, surrey and
harness, two good work mute?,
wagon, plowa. etc. Property in very j
good condition, Will sell every?
thing for ll.r.on. nn easy terms. Ad?
dress H. W. HILLKARY ? co..
Cliariott, hVlile, Va.
Flip S?.li IH'.ME-IN" PATRICK
C tihty noted for fine fruit. 226 acres
land: r,o In cultivation, rethalnder
original forest! $500 worth timber on
land. Fine orchard, all kinds fruit;
churches, graded schools. House has
sl\ rooms, besides kitchen rind
pantry. Ideal summer home, on Dan
River, two m'les from Mount Airy
Eastern Railroad; owner living in
California. Price, $3.500 cash. Wrlto
MRS. BETT IE KEEN PATTERSON,
Vista Grande. Cnl. _
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. 331
acre's, 46 miles Richmond; well
wat> :e.! and wooded; thice miles
station on C. A- O Railway; 112 acre.
Terms. M1 IS. C. G . 30 Grant Place.
Washington. D. C._
yTsi: KAHM. 'A ELL lo'-ATEIi. at
tractive brick mansion, for sale or
part exchange for city property.
Timber lands. VIRGINIA INTER?
STATE LAND AGENCY* Lynchburg.
FOR SALE, DETAC HE D F ? A M E
dwelling, eight rooms, jutrobc stove,
... trio lights. cabinet mantles,
kitchen range, all modern coiiven
ichces; twd squares from Chlmboruao
Park. I) 227. care- Tim. .--I -Is patch.
LAI'I KS. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
SUMMER PRICES AND HAVE YOUR
KALI. AND WINTER SClTri MADE
NOW. ALL THE UP-TO-DATE MA?
TERIALS Tu CHOOSE FROM, AND
QUALITY OF WORK UNSUR?
PASSED JOS. WINTER. 209 i-3
NORTH SIXTH STREET.
IW EA R A SPIRKLI.A CORSET,
planned and fitted by one of our
trained cbrietiers. Tins personal ser?
vice free. SF1REIX.A CORSET
SHOP, J'|? N'rth Kilth Street, Mrs.
Cornelia Moore, Manager, Phono
Mud:, on 7253._
L. GOLDBERG, LADIES TAILOR. FOR?
MERLY WITH KAUFMANN & CO..
SALS IF YOU LET HIM MAKE
YOUR SUIT NOW HE CAN i AVE
YOU 11" TO $15 ON EVERY
SUIT. 202 NORHH FIRST. PHONE
MUX ROE 2131.
IF "OK WANT AN UP-TO-DATE SUIT
J. KATZ, LADIES' TAILOR, IS OF
FEEING 25 PER CENT OFF. TUB
NAME IS A GUARANTEE IN EVERY
RESPECT. iOi NORTH FIFTH
HUMAN HAIL BOUGHT AND SOLD
at HIGH,.:-.',.-?. 209 North Third.
I i ill 11 EN I' Ni' 'E. " LARGE! ' FUR
nished rooms, with board. 1011 East
Id HS 1 II A B L E < IUT81DE R< " IMS;
table board. 100 West Main, adjoin?
ing Jefferson Hotel. _
[NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS AND
board; all conveniences. 50? North
ROOM? AND HOARD: ALL t>WE-N1
onces, 5je North Fifth.
WA NT K.l >. STEAM-HEATED ROOM.
with board, near Jeftorson I- tel.
Address E i'5. care Tlmes-Dlspatch
MRS. C. K. BOWKR-S. 115 E. FRANK
lln. rooms and board for permanent
and transient guests; dining room
ic?Oonts jlor i\rnt
o'i i'!-'i':s oi: sti?:?i?; TtUNNlNO
water, electric light.', bent. Will fur?
nish and give servant's attention if
desired. Corner bouse. Franklin
between First and Fifth. Phone
NICELY URNISHED ROOMfl, WITH
or without board. 0 1 S East Marshall.
TWO' LARGE AND ONE SMALL FKR
htshed rooms for rent, suitable for
light housekeeping. with electric
lights. telephone and bath. 612
North Lombary. Phono Madison
?321-.I. _ ____
PLEA s A N t. AIRY, FURNISHED
rooms. Bu:.. Rciisonatile. Gentle
S14 EAST CLAY, THOROUGHLY
el an. well furnished front rooms.
Transients, 60c night._
PLEASANT ROOMS FOR RENT. 11
North Sixth Street
jflatj. frot lA-nt
FOlf^R ENT.~ Ii fx"- ROOM~1?L ATT"! POT
water heat, gas and electricity; Im?
mediate possession. Inquire 2207
I_Stuart Avenue. _
I F>m RENT, : NICELY FURNISHED
flat; rill conveniences. 2015 Grove.
FOUR-ROOM; IAVWER FLAT, LIGHTS
und cooking eras furnished; West
End; $25 per month. Address D 153,
I care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
What dress fabric?
ANSWER TO V I lSiHL A r*f pOttlikt
P> ?i'j ?'ag?ns i;~? "To' Ric'iiARf ?.-<>N
BROU., ck" Brook Avenue. 1'alritiiiK. I
r.pali Ing and rubber Iii" work.
IVB CARRY A EARO E STOCK ?F VE
hides of every description. R. 11.
BOSH Blt'S .SONS, Ii South Ninth
WATERGROUND CORN MEAL DE
llvered direct from mill. 11.30 per
bushel. Phone Madison ls77.
FOR "SALE. EDISON""AUGUST ? REC
ords. C. B. HAYNES & C'J.. 121 West
K<7r~s7\LE, ELECTRIC MOTOR, IN '
good condition, one-quarter horse
Mower, will sell very cheap; anxious
to dispose of it. Apply to FORE?
MAN, Composing Room; Times-Dis
patch. after 7 o'clock P. M.
fYfiiivTrtITERS, FU ELY" (S UA RAN -
teed, five days free trial, on.terms
110 down, 13 per month, K. mcj. B.
Chicago. No. '? Remingtons. $35. No.
:. Olivers, $10, N-j. I Underwoods, $5u:
No. 2 L C. Smiths. $C0, All standard
grades less than half price. State
machine desired with three refer?
ences; that's all. QEO, GILES, 343
Mountain Avenue. Koouoke. Va.
MOTORCYCLES aKD BiO lOLeia, NEW
and second-hand; repairing of all
kind- To.V.PKINS. .':.?; Wi3-. R.-oad.
for 'SALE" CHEAP "aLL KINDS OF
second-hand mechanical tools; also
trunks and suit cases. Apply to
ELSNER BROS., 1705 East Main
PLASTER boards. $1 .t." PER CASE
"I 12" s'jj;.r.. feet; m:st be sold at
once. I. BLUFORl) At Co.. 153? East
FURNITURE VARNISH. SEVERAL
barr<ls. J. BLUFORD & CO.
BOARDERS WANTED; ALSO TABLE
boarders. 2o9 East Grace.
ALE KENDS OF"" CARRIAGE AND
wagon repairing and repainting dona
at r h. ROSHEES SONS. 15 South
WAGONS FOR EVERY USE at BRIS
tow's. A few shop-worn surreys will
sell at cost, two single farm wagons.
(12 and |ls; one Columbus surrey,
? libber tires and in good condition,
(GO Tht* above arc ncond-hand.
Also one folding seat trap, newly
painted. (66 Repairing and paint?
ing, rubber tire work a specialty, B.
C. BRISTOW. No. ?-11-u-15 Norm
Eighteenth Street' __
?"?NE TRAP. OST. SURREY. $15.
i ne t..p buggy, $37.60: one runabout.
$30 one delivery, $35; one "farm
wagon. $:??. See THOS. H. DUKE U
FOR sale, GROCERY and FEED
business In Baltimore. Md., doing
(50,000 a yean business. Apply X.
k es.-i.e::. ???"> i: st Rmnd.
W ANTED. ~ BY " TWO' YOUNG""MEN*!
large duuhle room; central location.
Answer at once, stating price per
month. Address K 134, care Tlmes
3rr, Codi ana CUooo
wood AND COAL.
OUR DRY KINDLING BEST IN CITY:
heretofore handled by Midlothian
Wood Company. $L50 half-cord. DA?
VID M. LEA tt CO. Phono Monroa
PLATE ICE. PUREST AND BEST. FOR
all ute- und tiie most economical. 40
cents per hundred. Try a load of
our pine nnd oak wood, which la dry
and under shelter. TYLER * RYAN,
1001 West Cary. Madlsor. 19.9.
PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US FOR
fuel, as we handle the best anthra?
cite, lump splint, and Eire Creek
coal; also try a load of our pine and
oak wood, which 1b dry nnd under
shelter. TYLER & RYAN. 1001 West
Cary Street. Madison 1979, Monroe
LONG IS SELLING THE BEST FREE
burning coal at summer prices. His
wood is large blocks and dry. It will
pay you to see him this week and
make your arrangements for win?
ter. Office 1606 West Uroad._
lAcal estate CLUantrb
WaWd'"TO bXttTa"LOT" OHf H?Tj"Si3
on railroad siding. Address A 15,
WANTED, "TO"'BUY SOM e~BUiediNO
lots; no attention puld to agents;
owners answer at once A Rfc. enre
MST YOUR FARM8 WITH J. A. CON?
NELLY & CO. Will, postal for nec
?? * I try blanks_
WeAIj \ ENTH.ATOR CO. Pfi?NE
?utomoliiltB for $3>ale
FOR SALE, ONE E. M. F. AUTOMO
biie. 80-horsepower, model 1910, In
flrst-clcss condition. Will demon?
strate same by calling no South
.1? ff.-r.-ori. Price, I 150.
I T \ E- ASSENCEH CAR OF STAND -
nrd make, fully equipped Hnd In per?
fect order at a bargain. Address e
90, care Times-Dispatch.
REST KIND OF AUTOMOBILE PAINT
ing d< ne at R. H.' BOSHER'8 .SONS.
16 South Ninth Street.'
mil tat; on In Richmond with Invent?
ors; llttee-n years' experiranoe; satis?
factory ref arenuis. S. H. EVAN'S,
Patent AttOrnsVy, Box 9?4. Richmond,
302 North Ninth Street, hauls trunk3
for 25c. Claim checks Issued at the
house for your baggage. Two men
on our wagon. phone Madison 1445.
FURNITURE WANTED?wile BUY
household goods of any kind and
any amount. Phone Madison 1906.
WANTED, to BUY for C?"rt"iT,
household goods In any rjuantlty.
Phono Madison 3851.
WANT SOME ARCHITECT or own
er to give mo foundation and con
1 cretc' work. i will furnish labor and
tools and thpy furnish material. Ad
dres- MACK, care Times-Dispatch.
^"TT~p?r?!^EtPS"sons make" and
repair automobile springs, tops and
[ dust covors. 16 South Ninth StroeL
Bii0inc0? Opportunittf? !
\VA?fr>;l7.'"T,Al?Ties havino ca"pi- ?
tal to Invest In a markst poultry
arul egg farm < t0 s ippiy u hlgh-class
trade)* and wishing the services of
a practical poultryman t? plan and
manage same, will do well to cor
respond with the undorslrcned. First
clasa references from former and
present employer! Address e 37, '
care Tlmes-DIsp 1: !
MONEY.?if YOU NEED? MONEY or
want to buy or build a homo on the
easy payment plan write us. GHOR
OIA LOAN AND INVESTMENT COM- ,
_ I'ANV. Tlfton.
WANTED. en q IN e.-> AND boilers
for overhauling RICHMOND MA
CHINE WORK -. INC
Ural Catdtr j-oc l\tni
wan"ti-5T>.""f??"'rent very large'.
nlcelv furnished, vapoi heated house.
Address M ITS, care TImes-Dlspatoh
DELIGHTFUL Ft!)ITE jt HI Ll II omET
tili modern con... .. nces and every |
comfort Mm 80S East Main.
RTlUE R ERAI RING. ~" *
10c. REBATE IF you BRING SHOES
with this coupon Mens shoes half
soled, 76c, rebated to 66c; ladies'
half soles, 60c. rebated to (9c, Every
pair sewed; best leather; no nails, no
pegs. Heeling. .6 DREW'S ELEC?
TRIC .SHOE FACTOR-, 716 East
.Main. Phone Monroe 2667.
TO LEND ON DIAMONDS AND
watches at Now tork rates. N. F".
JACOB- ? SON. N . ..> North Ninth.
CHEAPEST STORAGE IN CITY, II
per load. Store you: furniture, bug
ales. uutornoOllea. pianos at TOMP
K1NS. 327 West Broad. _
WHEN YOU buy LOOK FOR THE
name Edison If you want one you
can understand every word on tno i
record. G B. IIA YNES* i CO.
THE PRACTICAL HATTERS, 200 E.
Broad Street, corner Second. We
clean all kinds of hats like new by
steam and electric tower. Satisfac?
IN LINEN AND CRETONNE. TOR BED
room or parlor. -_ade to fit. 8yd
NOR _ HUNDLEY, INC., ?eventb and
Grace. Madison 3204._
WE ARE MAKING A SPECIAL LOW
price, on upholstering and cushion
work for the month of August; can
bo done promptly and right. .Madi?
son 3304. 8YDNOR & HUNDLEY;
Grace and Seventh Streets.
BUMMER RATES NOW ON PIANO I
moving and overhauling by fantory
experts. Prompt. careful worn
guaranteed. Phone Madison 3116.
CHAS. M. ST1EFF. Pianos. 117 W.
WANTED. BRAZING OF CAST IRON.
RICHMOND MAC1 iE'E WORKS. INC.
YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN
ed by WM. TOB I EN, JR., 1? a guar?
antee that It ? rone properly; 20
years' experience. Cleaning, II; malr
Springs, (1. 40i East Broad Streut.
THA..KS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS :
for the large buslnc-s they gave us!
on Friday _n<i Saturday. 26th year
of our business s.ile. Same low prices
for next week only. DF.INKARD'S, |
4 3.1 1-3 North Sixth. _ _
I FOR HOC-' E CLEANING EMPLOY
RICHMOND JANITOR SERVICE. 102
NOTICE OF MEETING.
First National Bank, Richmond. Va.
Richmond. Va., July 3?, 1912.
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK;
Notice Is hereby given that by or?
der of the board of directors, a spe?
cial meeting Of the stockholders of
the First National Bank or Kictj
mond, Va., has been called to be held
tit 13 (/clock noon on THURSDAY,
the _0th day of August, lst2. at its
banking office, No. 110| East Main
Street, Richmond, Va-, for lite pur- I
pos-j of voting upon the consolidation '
of the National Rank of Virginia,
of Richmond Va., with the First Na?
tional linnk of Richmond, Va.. under
the name of the First National Bank
of Richmond. Va.; of ratify ing and
approving the action of the board of
directors In the premises, of voting j
upon the increase of the capital
Stock of the First National Hank of
Richmond. Va., from $1,000.500 to
$2,000,000; the Issue of 1J.300 addl- |
tlor.al shares of the par value ot
$1 1 each, at the prlco of $150 per |
share In cash; the increase of tho 1
number of directors so that tho
board shall consist of not less than
nine nor more than thirty-two stock?
holder^; the election of additional
directors; the nmendment of the ar?
ticles of association accordingly, and
voting or acting upon any other
matters that may come before tho
m< .'ting. 01 nnv adjournment thereof.
The stock transfer books will bo
closed from August 15 to August 30.
Ry order of the bonrd of dlreetors.
JOHN M. MILLER. JR..
National Bank of Virginia,
Monday, July 29, 1012.
To THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
NATIONAL HANK OF VIRGINIA.
Pursuant to a resolution of the
board of dire.-tors of thu National
Bank of Virginia, adopted this day,
notice Is hereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of the
said hank will be held at Its banking
bouse. Ninth and Main Streets, Rich?
mond. Va.. THURSDAY* August 29,
1912, at 13 o'clock M. to consider:
First. A proposition and plan for
the consolidation of the Nationiii I
Hani: of Virginia with the First Na?
tional Bank of Richmond. Va , which
has been approved by the board of
directors of tho natlonul Bank of
Second. A plan for the complete
liquidation of the assets and affairs
Ol the National Bank of Virginia
pursuant to sections 6220 and 5231,
United States Revised Statutes, to
take effect upon such day as may be
fixed by the stockholders.
Third, The ratification of the ac?
tion Of the board of directors of the
said bank In the premises prelimi?
nary to sa'd meeting .
Fourth. Any other business ger?
mane to the foregoing matters Which
may bo brought to the consideration
of the said meeting.
A full meeting of the srtockhold
ere. either In person or by proxy, la
W. M. HABIJSTON,
W. M. ADDISON.
as A STATED COMMUNICATION1
Vy of the Richmond Randolph
/V\ Lodge, No Hi, Ancient. Free and
Accepted Masons, will be held In tho
Mason's Hall. Franklin Street, near
Eighteenth, THIS (Tuesday) EVE?
NING, August 20, 1012. at 7 o'clock,
cvork In the Muster Masons degree.
All Master Masons In good standing
are fraternnlly Invited.
By order of the Master.
W. A. CLARKE, JR..
Twelve Hundred Members of
Council of St Luke Begin
Sessions Here To-Day.
It la expected that ' 200 delegate!
will be In attendance at the Fifth
Street Colored Baptist Church thla
morning at 3 o'clock when Annie L
Bryant, right worthy grand chief calls
to order the forty-llfth annual con?
vention of the Ulght Worthy Grand
Council of the Independent order of
3t. LuttO. the largest and most In- ;
fl?entlal organisation of colored people
In the country. Tho convention will ]
remain In apsslon over a period of j
This morning s program Includes de?
votional exercises conducted by ltev.
A. C. Gardner, L>. P.. grand prolate,
presentation of strangers to the dele?
gates, address uf -welcome by lohn
J. Smallwood, and responses by dele
sates from various States. At the
afternoon session, the committee on
credentials, appointed at the morn?
ing session, will make Its report, and
the various otttcera of the organization
will present their reports following
the committee. To-night from 7 to 9
the delegates will be given a recep?
tion at the St Like? Penny Savings
Bank, First and Marshall Streets, by
the directors and otllcers of that in?
Tho general offices of the society
In this city are located at St. James
and Baker Streets. The St. Luke 3
Penny Savings Bank, of whloh Maggie
I* Walker la president ,s an out?
growth of the Order of St. LUke. Mag?
gie L. Walker Is the worthy grand
secrotary-trensurer of the order and
Its leading spirit. Th.> organisation
Is a fraternal one. and Included within
Its ranks 60,995 members, the most
thrifty of the colored people of this
city and of the nation. Iniring July
the office of the treasurer In this city
paid out the sum of $3.?sr. |n death
claims, l'nder the. administration of
the present secretary-treasurer, a
total of $137,326 has been paid out.
W'? NTH I.. SI-MM KR So*A RI i| 3 RS [??Oil
the rest of August und September 111
vlllng. Rates. |r, week. MRS A. L.
w< >? ?!-;?? 'i.K. -I-..,... Va. _^
poultry, prt? an? J?br S>toc&
E?MlX?HTltEl5o^^ B?cfi, pIJbf.
bred, two years "id; largo, handsome,
Individ uul. MO. Address MEADOW
BROOK FARM, Drewry's Bluff, Val
lAral Coratr f-ov fealr
w- FOR SALE.
Between Foushee nnd Adams. Brick
dwelling. Ijot about 26 feet wide and
hack to main alley. Price very reason?
able for location and possibilities.
HAWKINS & BUFORD.
100 North Seventh Street.
Grace Street Corner
On north side. Kast of Adnms
HAWKTNS A BUFORD.
100 North Seventh Street_
IF S*OU WANT THE
in the City
Round about the Rattle Abbey, we
have them. See us and buy now.
unless you want to pay more money
later for the same property.
HAWKINS &? RI"EORP.
100 North Seventh Street
Liral estate J'-oc liUnt
403 Poe Street
i Corner Knmb Avenue). Barton
Heights, eight rooms: electric lights
HA WTC INS & nUTORD,
10) North Seventh Street._
Virginia Trust Co.
This Company, having qualified as
Executor of the Estate of Mrs. Hannah
M. Moran, deceased, all persons having
claims against said Estatn arc requested
to present them at this office, and those
indebted to the Ivstate will please make
VIRGINIA TRUST COMPANY,
Kxcrutor of Mrs Hannah M. Moran.
Virginia Trust Co.
This Company, having qualified at Co
Executor (along with Joseph H. Cren
shaw) of the Estate of Mcrritt \V. Cren
shaw, deceased, nil persons having claims
against said estate are requested to pre?
sent them at this office, and those in?
debted to the Eitatc will please make
VIRGINIA TRUST COMPANY
Co-Executor of Mcrritt W. Crcnshaw.
flurt.on fenlc? _rjt? Da?
Large Ice Box, Show?
cases, Counters, Scales,
Oil Tank, Etc.
Wo will sell At No. 2314 East MaJn.
TO-DAY (TUESDAY). AUGUST 2).
at t o'clock P. M..
a small stork of Groceries, large fee
Box, Showcase*. Counters, Shelving:,
Oil Tnnk. Candy Jars. Scales, etc., etc.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.
BANKRUPT AUCTION FADE OF
STOCK A NT? FIXTURES OF
CONFECTIONERY AND SODA WATER
Seventh and Main Stroots.
Pursuant to an order of tho Dlstrlctj
Court of the United States for tho East?
ern District of Virginia, entered on thoj
nth day of August, 1912, In the matter
of Antonio Roochleololl, bankrupt. I
will s.-ll at public auction, on tho prem?
ises. No. ,00 East Slain Street,
I, THIS TUESDAY. AUGUST 20T1I.
Begtnnls at 10;30 o'clock,
tho stock of Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco,
Candles, Cakes, Fruits, Syrup*, etc.;
also tho fixtures, consisting of a double
Onyx Soda Fountain, Marble-Top Soda
Counter and Stools. Metal Ice Cream
Tables and Chairs, Linoleum, Ice Cream
Cabinet, ICC Crcarn Machine, Silent
Sal-sman Show Cases, Wall Cases,
Glass Partition, Iron Safe, two Na?
tional Cash Registers, threo Electric
Signs, Scales, etc.
Sale positive. Terms cash.
LESEIB H. DREW,
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.,
xiucuoii i_ui-s, jHmur?dv?
Sale of Valuable Manufac?
turing Planl at Altavista, Va.
By virtue of two deeds of trust,
bearing date August \. 1311. and April
11, 1912, and duly recorded in the
Camplo ll County clerk's olllce. tho un?
dersigned will sell at public auction,
on the premises, on
FRIDAY. OCTOBER IS. 19H
at pi o'clock A. M..
the plant ot tin- Consolidated Furniture
Works. Including factory and office
buildings und land attached thereto,
machinery, franchises, patents. oilb;._>
furniture and fixtures, manufactured
goods, machinery and supplies and ma?
terial on hand, as a whole or In parcels
to suit purchasers
TERMS: Cash, but morn liberal terms
can be obtained upun reasonable con?
A. O HEEL.
W H. Go I'ED.
G. E. CASK IE.
A. 11. PERCY.
By Georg?- E. Crawford A Co..
Real Estate Auctioneers.
332 East Main .Street.
FARM OF ABOUT 1 SO ACRES IN
CUMBERLAND COUNTY, ABOUT
THREE MILES SOUTH OF BOS
In execution of n deed of trust from
W. I.. Norvell lo the undersigned trus?
tee, benring dato December .*?. 1908. and
recorded In the clerk's olllce of Cum?
berland County court. D. R. 4*> I will,
at the request of the beneficiary de?
fault having been made in the payment
j of the debt therein secured, sell at
I auction, on the Cumberland side of
Boswell Ferry. In front of the store, on
8ATURBAY. AUGUST 24.
at l o'clock p M.,
all that tract of land, containing 150
acres. mor? or less, being the same
I land conveyed by .lames G. Whltlock
to tho said W, E. Norvell. and upon
which the said Norvell now resides.
' and to secure the payment for same
these notes were given.
Whllo the deed requires cash, more
liberal terms may he made at sale.
O E CRAWFORD
PUBLIC AUCTION PALE
Of a valuable, well Improved 100
acre Stock and Grnln Farm, with a
beautifully situated 10-room dwelling.
In Louisa County, only one mllo from
Sale to take place on tho premises
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST ?1. 1912.
at 2 P. M.
Further particulars front
CASSEL.MAN ft CO..
Real Kstnte Auctioneers,
101S East Main. Richmond, Va.
TURKISH AND ROMAN BATHS
The moat magnificent hotel m the
South. European plan. Rooms single
ana en aulto. with and without bat as.
Spurious sainrua rooms.
Jlprclol Summer Rates. Club Drrak
Dclfltonre tEElatcr <f?>ap
WATER CIAP HOUSE.
The Mountain IMnnllse..
Open until Heccmber I. Extensively Im?
proved The most modern and finest lo?
cated hotel In this r-irlon. Culslno of too
Msiiest standard; whit? service. Orchestra,
snclnl diversions; every out-of-door amuse?
ment; new. nnnutUul l'alm Court an I
Cafe, Bpeolal September and autumn ratos.
llooklet and auto maps mailed. Hlxth sea?
son._JOHN PUIIDY COPH
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS
Open dally from )'/ A. M. to rf* ' M.
Admlemon, 25c. YVoc on ttatul ^ya.
"fiend Time at I.lttle Tout."
r , ? ' VACATION AT
Kantern .Shore, Va.
Ideal Summer and Autumn Reaort.
Special llate? to l'uinlllc*.
Ilnuiwi Partie?, Cloba ami Mrralcinna.
Homelike comfort*, advantages ' of
ocean, bays, shudv lawn, beautiful aandy
beach; excellent aurt bathing, beat boat
lug and Rahl j hot. cold and aalt
baths: i?tKu r ?? lera: iwlng chairs: ten*
nla; froa bow?r.g und poo'.; fresh tea
f.ioda (milk, vegetables, chlckena from
our own farm); ipeclal boat and auto
ratca. Send for ! booklet.
a. ii, a. hears,
Crockett Arsenic-Lithia Springs
and Baths opens June 1. KUvatlon
2,150 feet Cures nervous prostration,
dyspepsia. kldn?y disorders, malaria,
rheumatic and skin troubles nnd female
Irregularities. Clear* and beautlflea
the complexion. Write for booklet.
M. C. THOMAS,
rropkrii vorlim. Vn.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
Gretafcrier Coaatr. West Virxiaia
No F?r? or Mosquitoes. Magnifi
ce:.t shimming Pool. Colt, Tenma.
Hiding. Driving, Fishing. Music, Danc?
ing. Sulphur and Medicinal Paths.
Every Modern Convenience. Same
naaagcascat *s Ratal Chsmbetlin.
Old Pclnl. Fer loforr.?:lon sddiesst
GEOROC r. ADAMS.
Whlta Sulphur, W. t*
Atlantic C'itp LlfGott?
l'aclflo snd Arkansas Avenue?. Spactooa
grounds adjoin beach and boardwalk. Only
medlum-prlcon hotel whero guesta may go
from houaa to aurr In bathing attlra with?
out ualn? atreot?. which I? prohibited. Cie
t?r l>>Hh ito<i?e? ?Ith attendant to euro for
?alt? I? free. Running unter In rooms.
Preah nnd sen amter baths, public and pri?
vate. Special rnte* It.M nnd up dnWy; IS.OJ
to Ill.M Weekly. Including choice table, aup
Idled from o\?n farm, Whlta service. Or?
chestra. Tennla courts and croquet grounds
between hotel and beach. Booklet mailed
upon req'ii at.
PA IT. f. ItOSKt.'ItANS.
in tiik MOUNTAINS,
a FIRST-CIiAS8 iiotkl.
Rosi.le.nt physician. Tonlo and
Curative baths. Special diet kitchen.
Leaaona In Art* nnd < rafts.
An ideal place during tho fall
and winter months.
Under name management as
ATLANTIC CITY. X. .1.
Beat Moderate Rates Hotel
And I- ireprcf Annex. Tcnn. ov.. near Beach?
central i raparity MO; opposite Prot, and Cuth.
. 1! ."; r""nlne "ater in rooms ; private baths ;
excellent table; vegetable* from own farm: whlta
SST^aia-it* i" W wk'?>*J Sl.'O to tSSS
d It. Bklt, Special rate?. R. ft. Lady. M D
The trading and moat modern nlgh-claal
hotel at moderate rutea.
Virginia Ave. und Beach, Cnolesl Locution.
New throughout; capacity 1?..); private
bathe, elevators, t.ooo feet wide, cool
porchea; Exceptional table, whlto service.
Special (September rates. I?. 110. 112.50 up
weekly; 12 un dully. Booklet.
.1. P. COPE.
ATLANTIC CITY OfFICIALGUIDE
; i .... , ; f..' ?.. Ml attractions and |
the luting hotels ile.cribed. with ratri. city ?
napa .?:.*. Ser.d 'ic s'amp for malting fi re copy. B
til,vi,Ii, l it) I-n o Informntlon Itureiiu H
I- n. Itov Sill. A t lim tin City. N . ?J *mH
Tenn??sea aye., near Uaach; always opts.
Private hsths. elsvator: ?rcalleat tarda:
white serrlce: $3 cp dally; $10 to JIT JO
wlilr. 8at. to Mod.. $.1.S0. nookleU.
MARO AH KT WALSH DUNCAN.
I OF VIRGINIA
P E ABO D Y
Conservatory of Music
Recognized as the lead
Ing endowed musical con
servatory In the arountry.
Scholarships and Diplomas
awarded, Circulars mailed.
McGuire's University School
OPP. MONROE PARK. P.Ii.HMOND. VA.
FORTT-EIQHTH SESSION b.glna ?ep
tember IS. Thorough prrpartlon for unl
iiT'iii. college, technical school, u. a'. Naval
and Military Academh ?. Primary depart?
ment for stitiill beys, with separate Instruo*
tors, Btudy-hall. nnd r*< Itatlon rooms. The
Principal will be at 7 N. Ilelvlslero St.. after
Sept. 6. For full Information sea catalogue
at book stores, or by mall.
JOHN P MeOIUIlR. Prln.-lpat.
Gloucester A cademy
An accredited school of the, University of
Virginia. On the principal's farm, Summer
villa, near Qlbucestor C, II.. Va. Thorough
preparation for College? and the univorslty
end for a business life. Special attention
"to backward boys und tho most careful
individual attention. Hoarder* occupy the
dwelling with tho principal and his family;
The next soaalon will begin September 6th,
Correspond- -?? !e.i For circulars
apply to JOHN TABB (Orsduata University
j of Virginia). P. O. Gloucester. Va.
The Woman's College
By reason of its location in Ktcn
tiiorid. tio' svoman's College ntiorda su?
perior advantages for the hii?her edu?
cation of young ladies. Tho expendi?
ture of a million dollars could not
duplicate such advantages outside such
, ,-,!>, Aldo faculties In all depart?
ments, t sunl college degrees, Special
advantages in music. Students have
use of i.''? Virginia State Library and
, cess to numerous museums. Health
record remarkable. Ti rrns moderate.
Write for cittaloguo. Kitrly application'
Jill I is NKI.SON, I?. 11., I.I.. D.,
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH and CLAY 3TRBET?.
OP bn 9 a. M. TO 6 I'. M.
Admlasiou. 24c fc'rss on a.tturdaj)s.