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u'rralrr KlebmoltO'? UrtetcM Newspaper, I
UIUCAJhlM H.v.M /i.SU It'.VI. . ...
1A1C MEDIUM IS VUIUIMA, AND
OAK oc Tilu UES'I IN AMERICA.!
Want Ad Kales
Uulij, uuc ceui per \?urd nlim paid I
? u advance. No Ad, taktui tor i ,,<...,,,
out; uud oue-bulf cents n word nil1
clnasillcutioua except Munition Wuntcd
? or Muudu;. Situation Wauted, unc crm
a word. .\g Ad. Stiudaj inkou Kir .f?
lliuu Ufteeu i-.-jila.
"t litt* counter.
Nu Ada. tukcu for leas than i"'..i.'
u*? contM uhvii oiioi.rd lu or clamed
Phoae orders no' cuarualccd.
?-IhmmIIIi ml,,,,, in,( uii.irniili i'il n'lcr;
uiau i?. m.
?'or liunlm m. coutracf.a, send t?r tiic j
Wool Ad. Mini. flu/.. ?lonroa >?
iLOflt UilO J UllilO
lost, on broad and main street
car, package pupora marked m. M.'l
btruusu. Please return to lonj
liaat .Mam. GiBBONEY. Ac .M.CK'.i..-: ;
LOHT, on MKADoW street. i:i:
twecn Monument and Purk Avenues, ,
between 5 anil >, u Clock; uiainoiiu pin
with three pearls, Sutlaulc reward
it returned to bartender. ALBE
__AlAlti.;; CLUB _
lost, MEDICAL DIPLOMA OF THE
University of Pennsylvania, Finder
return tu Time -Dispatch and re
eel \e> re'ward.
Lost, on main street car; w est
iiound from Main Street depot, lady's
pockotbook. Reward if returned.
mrs. HEAD, u17 West Main.
tjelp CCidiitro, -zliaU
WANTED. LABORERS FOR steam;
shovel work at Varlna, N. C. Wukos, ;
11.50 per day. Weekly pay. FISHER
& CAkoz/.a. Ooneral Contractors.
.WANTED, FIRST-CLASS BUSH EL
niah. Apply; with roierences, GANS
WANTED. dTsTI11CT MANAGERS AND
agents In largo cltlds and townu
throughout Stat , health and aect
detit insurance company, twenty-one
yvu.ru old, superior policies; liberal,
dlreet contra/.ts; koou oppo.iui.iii ;
tor right mail, Write SOUTHNVESTr
ERN AGENCY COMPANY. Box 433,
Lynchburg, Va. _
WAKTED. ASSISTANT STEWARD;
apply _a? on.?? . HOTEL richmond.
WANTED. a YOUNG -Man as Book?
keeper and stenographer; must b<
proficient In t.',ti\ lines, Apply
CLARENCE COSBY. 1623 Last Cary
,WANTED, AN ACTl v B. i IE LI ABLE
young rn.iii as head clbrk; go.od
chance for promotion; must furnish
good rofereiico. Address <; :;i'T. euro s
WANTED! A FHIST-CLASH CUTTER
tor mlllwork Apply to ,!. T. JOB
son, Manager, pjO South Ninth
FIREMAN WANTED. APPLY AT
Once, CRYSTAL ICE CO.. Tweiil ? ;i.
and Cary Sti. ets
WANTED. ONK PAINTER. ~C?iX |
ready for wor|t at Eighth anil Clay,
IF OUT OF W?TtK, Alv.'.Y AMERI?
CAN LAHoH BUREAU. Foster Huild
WANTED^ ONE OOOD plumber, j
One good tinner Appl) 1307 Hull ?
? t. South Richmond.
It MAL LTVB RABBER imp. iJve CUs"
toniers; short hours and salary tup.de
to suit. Apply CJlBSTEIU-"IBLli>
HARBER SHOP. C.ti barber pre?
W VNTEpj XVPCNG MAN i ? BOOK
.is.- Oh bread add cakes JN?.
?:MN1NGER. a South Fourth
feituattons ftiiantrD, 3?aU
V. r i; .'? CAPAB~lf. M A R ried
couple, with hotel experience, both
front and back ports, to take char^o
"f small hot?i foi owner, references; ;
state salai expected >car round. l. j
?' alp! I IN. if"'- .-ii I r. ?..<?._j
sTri^ATiON WANTED ; BY FIRST-i
class male cook; French, German!
and Italian dishes, fai.tls, breads,;
pastry a specialty. \\". W. WILSON,!
115 Main street. Petersburg j
WANTED] BY YfJ?NG MAN ?T
three years' banklhu experience po?
sition In ban!; In Virginia; am now
with a substantial bank, but will
make a change September ;5: Al ref?
erences furnished Address i; ?i.
? aiTlmi s ? I ilspatch;
WANTED! POSITION BY YOlfNG MAN
just finished course at Eastman COl
lego in banking And borikkceplhg;
give me a trial Address .!. G.,
Freemason Street, Norfolk. Va.
EXPERIENCE!' ACCOUNTANT AN 1
credit man. now employed .loslres
to make change; references. Ad?
dress II 2s3. care Times-Dispatch.
Linotype maci hnist-operator
deslrcB day position; all OUt-Of-tOWn
openings considered; must be per?
manent, bent reference. Address 11
252, care Times-Dispatch.
MAN~Wl'.rii "TWENTY-FIVE "years
of practical and scientific farming,
wants poMtlon as manager of Kr.iin
or stock farm 11. b. C. r. f. D. No.
D. Richmond. Va.
l?rlu CCltintcb r-rnuilc
man for houso work; (rood ?vages
to rlttht party, quarters furnished.
.1 229. car.- Times-Dispatch.
GOOD COoK~"r.'.\NT II 11 AT HE'i MO>T
umi'iit Avehuo; uotio need apply
WANTED. WOMAN WHO CAN DO
the work of and care for small COtin.
try house, healthy location; no chil?
dren; good place fer capable, needy
person. Address, with references,
X. X. X.. euro Times-Dispatch,
?WHITE "?' >"K AN11 NURSE KoH*
family of throe. Apply at 315 Amer?
ican Hank B'lil-llm;.
WANTED. A coM;'i:r;-;.\-| STENChs".
raphcr for permanent position; tit.iti
experience and references. Address
m., P. 6. a wer 'J?.l.
vvan"t;:i>, a cook i;v 1'a.m?.vIiL"
three. Apply H.'l".". Stuart Avenue.
WANTED. AN ' EX PEi!11INCB.D LADY
bobkkOepor?tit bivslncss woman. Ad?
dress In own handwriting, stating
Salary, and give phone. H 2s.'. car.
liflp, u. ...c . nb j'-nihilc
JJEn" and WOMbJN wanted FOR
government imsitionu; $su month;
write for list of positions open.
franklin institute, Dept. 41?-r,
Rochester. N. Y.
ra!1: - - '
miss HOYDEN, A most St'CCESSFUI,
teacher of English, French, Latin
and music on piano, desires a situa?
tion; best references. Address, Hint
Ing salary, MISS BOYDEN, Cisniont,
WANTED POSITION as TEACHER IN
public school: iirst grade certlflcato
Addr.-.-s MISS M. .loXKS. Cii wc, Va.
TEACHER OF SUCCESS FIJI, E.vi'in
rlenco drslr.s position in public or
private school; usual English, r.atln,
French anil music. Address p. t. L,
en re Postmaster, Beulnhvlllo, Vn'.
EXPERIfTnced ti:acih:i: fond OF
ohlldreh, desires position lo tervch
small chlldron; nOmusio; stnto torms.
miss W,. care Postmaster, Willow
Profc00!onal grip raaiur?
IMPORTANT TO SCHOOL BOARDS?
? 'oiieg.'s, public and private schools
supplnd with teachers of all grades
mi h!ior t notice, without charge
Teachers waistcd. Tin: VIHGINIA
TEACHERS' BUREAU. Itov. I!. V.'.
Crldllti, Manager, Woodland Heights,
1012 rntADUATK IN Til;: MUSIC DE
purtment ?: the Mary Ualdwln Semi?
nary desires a position; seminary or
colli;go preferred. Testimonials ex
chniiKed. Addross MISS N. 13. "??
aoents-?do you WANT to HI N A
clean, bonaflde business. Bulling
high-class hosiery, underwear and
sweutcrs exclusively In your com?
munity? All murchandlsa sold
through representatives .iiiect to
wenreTi Nothing HOtisulloriu) i simply
a straightforward business out >?
prise, tiuality merchandise, liberal
commissions and ?in hearty co-opor
ut'on, Good incomes assured. Repu?
table salespeople Investigate, Wiite
_H ,\- >. ,-n'l'I.V <??'.. I.MIeii. N. V.
AGENTS?NEW BOOK xklmnu AI.I.
air,ut "Roosevelt aini me progressive
party"; enormous demands complete
booh ready, one sample tree t i every
an. nt. hiKhesI commission 01 sulury.
Write immediately tor free outfit.
in TBRNATIOA AL BIBLE house,
Perry Building, Philadelphia.
AGENTS. MAKE BIO MONbi'v SELL
In;; fall leader; oulelc Sales; send for
free sample nnd cataldg; just out
It. ii. ROSE CO.. L'o Bclulr Ave?
nue, Baltimore, Md _
fe?ikft?c? Ainu fealcoiucii
\ v. \ n ' i ? i?: i >.' r i it - t -1 ? i, \. -?? .-? a iTbsm EN
cltv hnd side Iii ? Eastern Virginia;
Investigate. VTROrNIA AUTOMATIC
PRINTER AND supply cj.. H02 Na
F?lt "sale. A I'I'.li; s'tORB; DOING
a in..- .. i -.1. - on a leading rail?
road liiii . two hours' ride from Rich
-'hoi. i. Satisfactory reasons given
i'i tolling, Address DRUGGIST,
care 'I'mii a Dispatch;
FOR sale, IN W?SlUNl ITON. D~ ?'.
wholesale whiskey business, located
oh business stK-eti established more
than twenty yeurii Price, two thou?
sand dollars (.42,000). i- or pallid- i
lars address C. a. shea, 04!l Louis?
iana Avenue, N. \V., Washington,
Lv??iii? yuc ixttu
nii'ki.y?' i i KNisni.11, Carom ..ni.
Btnail vapoi healed rooirt*; ;i itiblorits.
sioti October l also one furnished;
Immediate possession; Second apart-1
merit, -'Ol K?st I- lanklin,
Fok' I is-: NT. mi:.\i in n.i.v K?rt-|
tiish. il apartment Of two lure rooms |
and private bath, with Instantaneous
In a- : 3 a w. st arai ?
FOB lknt. LaThTe. DRY STORAGE
room; t-etitral, Phons Madison ;77"--L
WAN1 KD GENTLEMAN OCCIaPAN/f
for nicely furulsheu room: convenl
obtain permanent and well paying
;.- s ?, or but of town. Apply
Kon RKNT. TWO I.AHOK FURNISHED
rooms, on South, Third Convenient
FOR RKNT. TURKIC CONNECTING
rooms, third Hour. Orac< Street:
. if !..
BliKCJANT FURNISHED ROOMS~ 75
? it"-, it day: central. THE ROA
NOK.B. tit North Eighth
THREE CONNECTING BOOMS, FUR
: Ishi ( foi i.ki ? pti g; alt single
SUITE OF RQOMS, SECOND FEOOlt.
Suitable tot pdrty Of three, adjoining
bath 517 West Grace Street.
VVl . Y ''' N? 1 .IKNTLLMKN DESIRE
adjoining rooms lit moderate rates,
with electric lights and steam h.-nt.
located on ellhei Frankjlh, Gritce or
Intersecting Btrccts. between First
and Ninth; please state price-, im
mediate r<;,l\ r?-hh ?t?-d. Address
11 .'.SI, rrifu Times-Ltsj.at h._
itiaio .vor &rri>
i'''i: iikst, 'i'iii:l:i:? i:? e 'M .\l? \kt
inent, with bath, at The Hanover.
Adams Street side. Apply at cafe.
.' ik- 1.1.s: - 1 1! Si'. i.MISK. __
FOR"itENT. TEAT OF THREE ROOMS
and bathj $15. 1 SO 1 West Main
FOUR-ROOM, LOWER FLAT, LIGHTS |
hhd cooking gas' furnishedj West]
End; $25 per month. Address D li'J.!
FOR RENT, SEPTEMBER 1, SECOND
Moor :;.->.t ?I three- lar^e, brlglu
rooms, J'.'"l V.'ost Main Street.
WANTED. BY Cl'KPLK. 'FLAT Willi!
three or four rooms' Glntor Park or j
w.Hand Heights', by September ! 'j
Address 11 fit, care Tlmes-Dlapatch
Silts, il Ki I'.iiW i'.'lS. IIS" K. FIIANK
11ii, rooms and board for permanent
und transient guests; dining room
BOAR DEI IS W ANTED-AT i 10~ WEST
Grace Street: hot wator heated
rooms; modern conveniences; good
ATTRACTIVE ROOMS. WITH BOARD
i Kl AI RS. il. t. HUNTER'S. 215 Last
j Franklin Street, Phono uTTf. Madi
A COUPLE OR TWO GENTLEMEN
can secure bright uouthern auite of
rooms at 100 Wist Main, adjoining
the Jefferson Hotel; it few tablo
boarders also, references ex'ohntigoti.
WANTI-fl'' BY Y 'I'M! ?' lUp'L.Ei PKE |
ftiriilshed room and board; ccntnU.lyj
located. Address 818. care Times-'
A GKNTI K.MAN' AND WIFK DESHtB
t?o cohnectliig roonjs, with board
(private family much preferred).:
four squares from Harrison and
Grace- north of Broad; term* not toj
oxcecq $?;.'i fwr month, THOMAS I
MOORE, Station A_
j BROWN. LA DIES' TAILOR, WILT,
REMOVE FROM :.2i WEST GRACE
TO 416 WEST GRACE AUGUST 31.
if vor ni-:i:i> iiklf. i"lki;i<'al i
me'cTtanical, domestic or manual, np-1
ply AMERICAN labor BUREAU,
Phorie Monroe 2610,
HUMAN II AI It BOUGHT ?"nT) BOLI)
at nri;iu:.s;.s. .-im North Third.
BABY CARRIAGES MADE AND RIm?
paired ; very chonp nnd best satis?
faction. 607 Fast Marshall street, i
i '-ill Monroe 717.
J pouittj', pct'j tin? 2.inr feitork ;
j fob s.Vl'k."'fkw t^hor^ohti'red
homers. nr. rents onoli; white fans,
7n conts each. lOO Nortli Seventh
I Street, ' J
What p. eminent muni
ANSV. Clt 1?> Yl.Vi'i:'li. A,r*a i'l'ZYL'r?.
it DELIVERY WAGON. 1F |
u want n business buggy see us. j
-?. have noverui surreys at bargain .
ices. See our trucka at *lti5.
i> laundry Wagon, $?0; light'
OCory WUgoh, $120i Several trucks
prices to suit.
WE HAVE A WELL EQUIPPED
plant for repairing ami palming ve
.? . . .I'.i.i'.t'.ie liniy t, ilPJlim und
painting it specialty; prompt serylcd.
RICHMOND VEHICLE CONSTRUC?
TION CO., 3H North Fifth Street.
W? T E1! GROUND CORN MEAD DE
llvered direct from mllli $1.30 per
..?i. Plionc Mudlson 1-.77.
1205. SAMT'LE M?7pj i K\NY ~ PI AN').
SSTAUHAaT FIXTURES FOR SALE
to tiuick buyer! niUSt lie sold belon j
1 rid i... Call r, 17 We.-I .Ml .ad. _ |
X-FeaU-'-I.li II' 'll.-i;. AND -a A' ioN,
nearly hew; the horse Is sound; well
broken and gentle; good worker;
i.:>- fceltillg tn.s :.ors>-, us wo arc in -1
Stalling automobile delivery. Apply
THE CRAFTS PIANO CO., I21 East
Broad si ro t.
MOTORCYCLES .'.Si' DiGTGLEsJ, NEW
and Si ond-liand: repairing of all I
kinds. ToMPK INS. 327 Weal Broad. |
|16. GOOD. SQUARE PIANOS; JUST
tin; thing for beginners to learn on.
weekly, CRAFTS, 121 East
V. A K T .. D. EXPERIMENTAL M.V
chlhc work. RICHMOND MACHINE
(133. SWEET TONED GRAND PIANO;)
tin'1 make; hoi been used carefully;!
former price j.i"; easy terms.I
I'll.U T.S. 121 East Broad .? 11. I.
,175, KNABE ' PIANO. MAHOGANY
thoroughly overhauled; easy terms,
weekly ,.1 monthly. CRAFTS 121
East lir".id St.eet.
jTioT CHASE MAHOGANY PIANO;
has been carefully used; former;
pVlce, s''?, fully guaranteed; easy!
terms; stool and scarf Included.!
CRAFTS, 121 East Broad Street. j
TYPKVA RITERST fully GUAP.AN
tced, five days' free trial, on terms
Si" down, }3 per month, f. o. B. ,
Chicago. No. >j Remingtons, $3$; No. 1
3 Olivers, ?40; No. 4 Underwoods, $5o; 1
No. 2 L. C. Smiths. $;.0. All standard ;
grades less than halt price. St.,to
...no desired with three refer- '
ences; that's all. GEO. GILES, uiD
Mountain Avenue, Roanolte, Va. j
1238. iIen Ry and s. g. lindeman I
piano; but three years old; In good!
condition; former price *$ 100; very
easy terms; send for bulletin.
CRAFTS. Izj East Broad Street. j
WAG* NS >;o TO RIcTfXRDSON !
BROS., 01C Br?ok Avenue. Painting, '
lepulrlng and rubber tiro work. j
Ft>R 3ALE CH EAI'T all kinds of
second-hand mechanical touts; also
trunks and suit cases. Apply to
ELSNER BROS.. 17U? East Main
orY;?NS. ,*:? AND FPWAlTl'S "lHjR
used you cannot make a nils-j
t.,*??: selecting uii organ from ourj
exchange department. CR A1 TS, F?
Unat Broad Street.
F?R SALE. EDIS ON AUG ? ST ? ft EC
ords. C. B. HAYNES i: CO.. 121 West
pla YER-piano MUSIC, 15c, 206, : 25a
upwards; several used player-pianos
at i27S and upwards, send for bar?
gain list. CRAFTS, 121 East Broad
for sale, LARO B, GENER al store,
on main line of Chesapeako and
Ohio Rtllway, in Albemarle County,
Yu.; annual sales around eighty
thousand; will sell both real estate
and stock or sell stock and give long
lease on property. 11 preferred, Will
sell hnlf interest to competent young
man, taking entire charge it olllce
work. Address e 27, care Times
F?R SALE\ at' A "r i: A SON ? B le
price, well stocked drug store In
country community. Clarke County;
fine neighborhood and h well estab?
lished business. K. N. ?ilpin, Payee.
WOMEN. MY SECRET FOR KILLING
lli.-s will rid your home. Will send
without cost for names und ad- j
1 (trcSSCS Of 12 lllti rested ladies. G.
BEACH. North San Diego, Cal._
BOILERS, ENGINES, WOODWORKING I
machinery of evory description, belt-;
ins. hangers, shafting ami pulleys.]
Condition guaranteed. I DLUFORDI
& CO., 153S East Cary Street.
N( ITICK OF hiss .i.rri. pN.
THE CONCERN HERETOFORE Ex?
isting utvder 'he flrili name of Frank'
Mnreck k.- Co., conducting n merchant I
tailor business at T'.ifl East Main i
Street, has by mutual consent boon |
dissolved oh September 1?. i:>i-'. Mr
William Voelckcr rotlrlng. The biisL
Mess win hereafter 1.onduetod by
Mr. Frank Mareck who assumes ail!
assets ami liabilities of the old Mm I
.1 WINTERS. LA/MF.S' TAILOR
wants to g'YO notice that his shop
Is open to union labor nml he will
pay the advance price, v:9 ??_. North
sixth Street. _
LET ME DECORATE YOUR HOME
this (all. I will paper the walls and
glvo you a background fcr a winter
of domestic bllflS. II. B JONES, l"l
Baft Main Str>.-t. Richmond, Va.
Phono Monroe 1 .'90. Prices right.
WANT YOU NOT TO FORGET THE
German picnic Wednesday, tugust
2X, on Bon Air Road, for benefit of
school. Wap-on and autos will meet
you at Forest Hill Park. All that
conic i-,re promised a good time D111
nor and supjioij :' ..? each,
WANTED. THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
Hint J AH N K H BROS.. Jewelers. ?12
East Main Street, buy, sell, exchange I
und REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN Tills
LATE*! STYLES. Old gold end ?ID|
vet \lwnys taken exchange.
IDEAL VENTILATOR CO." PHONE j
i Monroe lcoz. 1
Ural Corah jcc sale
SMALL FARM, CONTAINING 45
r.yrc-t); one 7-rooin house und one 4
room house on place; about nr. acres
In cultivation, balance In pasture;
creek running through same. A
bargain tor a quick buyer. One ami
oil".half miles from elty. on Seven
Fines road. E. J. I'll STRICH, 2701
, EttBl .Main Street.
FOR SALE SEVERAL S31 ALL FARMS
near Richmond, at bargain prices
Address THB*0. HAI'KI Main Street
CHOICE water ri:< >.\:i i?i:.M
cheai>?130 acres, flouting three
fourths mile on the .ines River,
m ar no'"i school . huicu. railroad
ami steamer wharf. where four"
steamers stop dally; eight-room
house, orchard, 1.. soil; $25 per
iiiontli Income with this farm not
depending on crops Address W. L.
.VILK1NSON, Tettin Ron, Va.
Lxt?i C0IBU cctanico
LIST YOUR FARMS WITH J. A. con
NELLY Jk co. Writ* p-jaial for 1100
' s ., i y M;, nks.
WANTED.' TO BUY A LOT VEST OF
Laurel Street: must bo reasonable;
state location, price and terms. Ad?
dress (_} 32ti. caro Times-1 Hspatcli.
WANTED, MANtJi .TURING SITE
on rallroud sldlnj Address A 13.
enre Tlmea-Dlspat I _
IUal CGtdtr jot L\cnt
WANTED, SMALL STORE OR BUILD
lug suitable for automobile work?
shop. Address G 324, caro Tlinea
IDEAL VENTILATOR cu. phone
M"i.i ??? l'.oll._i
v. a:.tT2BT"Tu' Sin r'oiT oaSh.',
household goods In any quantity.
Phono Madison 3861.
DON'T wqrryi li i US COLLECT
your accounts: s-.-e and quick re?
sult*. H. S. ell i .- tS ft Co., Buse
u.-.nt American Be.-.k. j
'bolts'and .--r-Y "bolt's"
wanted. bolts AND stay bolts
made to order. KlCll.mond ma
CHINE WORKS. 1NC._
WANTED. TO BUY FOR CASH. OLD
gold und old slv. r: any quantity.
E. C. MEYER JEWELRY CO.. 317
wanted. To BFV. SECOND-HAND
five-passenger automobile; uiuat be
in flrst-cluss condition, state make,
year, full puiti. . are and lowest
cash price. Addrc s "M. M. D.," bis
I-., igate Avenue. _ __v i_
j'ir, wudl .;uu ClLiO?D
WOOL) AND COAL.
our DRY KINDLING BEST IN CITY:
heretofore handled by Midlothian
Wood Company; . 50 ualf-cord. Da?
vid M. LEA & CO. Puuliu -Munreit
PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH FS KOK
: lei, as wu handle the best anthra?
cite, lump splint, and Fue Creek
coal; also try a loud ot o ir pint) aiid
ouk wood, which is dry und under
shelter. TYLER & RYAN; luol Wost
Cary Street. Ma....on 1978, Meuruu
L< NG IS SELLING ellE BEST FREE
burning coal at summer prices. Ills
wood is large blocks and dry. It will
pay you to see him tills week and
make your arrangements for win?
ter. OHlco 1?00 W.-si liro.id._
DOE"TfilX^UM'SlKR" H>)M E. OPEN
to fall and Winter boarders. Co|h
foCtablu rooms; good sorvlce; oath
rooms; local and ."Jig distance tele?
phone; iron and llthla water. For
rates, apply to MRS. CORA HOFF?
MAN READ, Montvalo, Va.
OU LEV ARD INN, "oN HAMPTOin
Roads, country and feashoro coni
blned, with city conveniences. Send
for literature to the MISSES TAUB,
R. F. D. 1. Hampton; Vn. _
sotice i MV.KTING.
First National iJank. Richmond. Va.
Richmond, Va., July ?9, i?l2.
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS oF THE
Fl EST NATIONAL BANK:
None is hereby given that by or?
der of the board of directors, a spe
cial meeting 61 the stockholders 6t
the First National Bank ot Rich
mum!, Vn.. lias been called to be held
ftt 12 v clock noun on THURSDAY,
the ?9th day oi August, 1912. St its
banking office, No. 1104 East .Main
Street, Richmond, Va., for the pur?
pose of voting upon the consolidation
..! the National Hank of Virginia,
Of Richmond Va., with the First Na?
tional ?Innk ?t' Kiciimond, Va., Utider
the name <>l the First National Hank
of Richmond, Va* of ratifying and
approving the action of tiio board of
directors in the premises; of v Ring
upon tiie Increase of the capital
stock of the First National Hank Of
Richmond, Va., from $1,000,JuO to
$2,000,000; the issuo of 15,300 addi?
tional shares of the par value of
$100 each, at the price of $100 per
slinro in cash; the Increase of the
number of directors so that tho
board shnll conplst of not less than
nine nor more than thirty-two stock
holdeV; the election of additional
directors; tiie amendment of the ar?
ticles of association accordingly, nna
voting or acting upon any other
mntters that may come before tiio
meeting, oi any adjournment thereof.
Tb? stock transfer books will ho
closed from August 15 to August 3w.
j By order or the board of directors
JOHN M. MILLER. JR.,
_ _ Cashier.
National Bank of VtrglrTin"
Monday. July 29, 11)12.
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS < >K THE
NATIONAL HANK of VIRGINIA:
Pursuant to a resolution of the
bodrd of directors of the National
Bank of Virginia, ndopted this day,
notice Is here'..;.- given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of the
sai l hank will be held at Its 1.unking
house. Ninth and Main Streets. Rich?
mond. Vn.. THURSDAY, August 2'J,
1912, tit 12 O'clock M. to consider:
First. A pi ..position and plan for
thd consolidation of tho. National
Buhl; of Virginia with the First Na?
tional Rank of Richmond, Va., which
has been npprovod by the board of
directors of the, nutionul Bank of
Second. A plan for tho complete
liquidation ?l the assets and affairs
Ol tho National Bank of Virginia
pursuant to sections 6220 and 6221,
United States Revised Statutes. to
lake effect upon such day as may be
fixed by tho stockholders.
Third. Th..- ratification ot the ac?
tion of the lioard of directors of the
said bank in the premised prelimi?
nary tO nll'd meeting .
Fourth. Any ..ther business ger?
mane to the foregoing matters which
may be hroiigh. to the consideration
of the sai.i meeting,
A full meeting of the stockhold?
ers, either In person or by proxy, is
urgently requoi tod,
\V. M. HABLISTON,
W. M. ADDISON,
_ < ?ashler.
CHEAPEST STOR AOS IN CITY. $1
per load. Store your furniture, bug?
gies. iiutniiinMlcs. pianos at To.Ml'
K INS, 32; W, st Proud.
Sil' iE REPAIRING.
10c. rebate if you bring shoes
with this coupon. Men s shoes half
soled. 7f.c. 1. bated to 06C.; ladles'
hair soles, C0c? rebated to r.oc. Every
pair Bowed; lost leather; no nails. 110
pega, Heeling, 26c drew's elec?
tric SHOE factor x, 71$ East
Main. Phone Monroe 26C7.
SEE EVANS HARDWARE CO. KOK
the largi dl 1 Iii?- of sperUng goods in
_the City._7U0 West Broad Street.
TOol.S AND CUTLERY.
IP YOU WANT ANYTHINO INTOOL9
or cutlery, see the EVANS HARD?
WARE Co. Rest line at i iwi i
_prices In city. VOp W. Broad Street.
?it- YOU CAN 1 FIND IT. Co Dj ilc
OVER THREE HUNDRED PENNSTL
vanta mowers used in Richmond, In?
eluding all the public parks. Why
not have the best? We handle only
the gcuino Pennsylvania I AM ES
M. < il; A W. 1 I.H., und 1 1-2 i: Mali.
LARGEST LINE OK LAWN MOW ERB, I
garden hos..-, in the cRy; prices rea-'
sunabie. We sell Detroit was run go.
EVANS HARDWARE CO.. 700 West |
A CLEAN HOUSE.
IF WE DO YOUR HOUSECLEA.-ffNO.
Everything furnished; prompt ser?
vice! new houses n specialty. WIL?
LIAM .!< >! in.-n.n. Mem-. ejo
WHEN YOU BUY l>OOiC FOR THE
name Edison If you want ono you
can understand every word on tnej
record. G B HAYNES & CO.
DO AN P.
TO LEND ON DIAMONDS AND
watches at Now York rat is, N. F.
JACOBS & SON. No .1 : North NlntU
ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE;
Furniture, repaired. polished and
packed; upholstering, etc. L n. Alt
NALL .t son. 1617 w,st Broad.
Phone Mad sun G277.
! SEA' FOOD. "
CALL PHONE MONROE 111! FOR
fish, steamed crabs, crab meat. De-I
llvered promptly. 309 n. Monroe St.
SAFETY BLADES RESHARPENED
I (all makes-*, halrtestcd nnd guaran
j teed to shave as good or better than
new. W..ik received and delivered
; at our local agi ncy, Howell Bros.,
Sixth nnd Broad.. SHARP-O CO., No
j 1 North Seventh. Phone Monroe
Atlantic Cup ?Af?otto
? Ii - Spa* noli*
ground* adjoin bench and boardwalk. Only I
I n:< dlum-prlcea hotel where guests may to I
? ? ?'? ?>-? to ieirf In L-.thing attlr* with- |
: out oitic streets, which Is prohibited. Use I
? >f i.aiii houses with attendant to rare fur
mils It tree, Running wilier In rooms.
I I'resll Mini .n water baths, public nnd |irl
rale Special rate- i\ and up dnM> ; M.C?
la weekly, Including choice table. mu>
idlrd from e>.ii farm. White service. Or
j chvmra. Tennis court* And croquet (rounds
1 ? etween hotel and beach. Booklet mulled
J won request
PA IT!. C. RosrcilANN.
IN THE MOUNTAINS.
A Fi RST-OLA 88 HOTEL,
Ri nt physician. Tonic nnd
Curative baths. Special diet kitchen.
I.csaons In llnakrlr) nnd Weaving.
An Ideal placo during the full
and winter months.
Under same management as
'.TI.AXTK < ITY, N, J.
Tile leading and most modern nigh-class
hotel at moderate rates.
Virginia Ave. anil Bench, Coolest Location.
Niw throughout; capacity no, privute
buths. elevators. ?.001 feet wide-. cool
porches; exceptional table, whits service.
Special September rntes, |S. (10. 112.00 up
weekly; 5-' ut, daily. Booklet.
J. r. COPE.
Zdelatonre ?Xilattr Onp
WATER CAP IIOI SB.
The Mountain Paradise
Open until December 1. Extensively Im?
proved. The most modern and llne?t lo?
cated hotel In this region. Cuisine of tun
hie lie st stilt..lard; white service. Orchestra,
? lal diversions; every out-of-door amuse?
ment; now, beautiful Palm Court and
Cafe. Special September and autumn rates.
Henklet and auto maps mulled. Sixth sea?
son. JOHN' IMIIIDY HOPE).
College of William and Mary
Beginning of 219:h session. September
Regular academic courses, leadlnrr to
A. B.. n- Bo M. A. Special teachers
courses to train >oung men for tho
work of the public schools. Able fac?
ulty, excellent equipment, lcrgo ath
ietlo f.eld. Up-to-date dormitories, af?
fording every comfort an 1 convenience.
A Stats scholarship will save you
or.n-quartcr of tho expense. Total cost
per sts-ilon for prospective teachers,
flS2; for others, JISS.
For full particulars, address
it. ?.. iiKinons,
IlccUtn-r, Wltlliinishurg, Vs.
A good position to every teacher who
completes her preparation at Littleton
Wo have scholarships for young
women desiring preparation to teach,
who arc without sufficient means
our scholastic year begins Septem?
ber is, 1912. For catalogue and further
J. M. It hollos,
Littleton. Ts". C
ii.nm rvrm m.i? w-cs iinooM ie im
E.?tUnl llbnolnr. inl bol.tam
Cliuu? iiMnau Unaf ??!??"? -.oj,.???,
Cbi^W r?r.i M P. Dssa, R**???-!. ?
Auction fealra, j-'uturr Oarfl
Sale of Vualable Manufac?
turing Plant at Altavista, Va
Uy virtue of two deeds of trust,
benring date August j. mi. nn<l ..prll
"'1. 1SI2. ami duly recorded in the
<'amid.ell County clerk's olllc?>. tiio uu
dcralgned will sell at public auction,
on the premise*, on
FRIDAY. OCTOBER IS. 1*113.
at 10 o'clock A. il..
Hi. plant of the Consolidated Furniture
Works. Ineludini; factory ntid office
buildings and land attached thereto,
machinery, franchises, patents, office
furniture and fixtures, manufactu ;d
.ods, machinery und supplies and ma?
larial on hand* as a wholo or In parcels
to suit purchasers.
TERMS: Cash, but more liberal terms
can bo obtained upon reasonable con?
A. O. BELL.
VT if. GOULD.
G. K. CASK IB.
A. It. PERCY.
l?fiii (Esstat; j-oc &et.t
Harrison & Bates
7 N. I 1th St.
Possession September 1.
Per annum. Rooms. '
$ I SO?2102 Stuart Avenue.
430?1603 Park Avujiue.
4 50?31 1 North Grattby Street (for?
merly Park Streetl. Sj
4G0?MO North Linden Street. 8,
400?113 West Main Street. sj
270?303 South Pine Street. 6 I
4.10?1603 Park Avenue. 8
$270?Lower. 1104 W. Cary S't. 3
270?Lower. 2107 TV. Main St. 4
270?Fpper. "109 \V. Main St. 4
Possession at Once.
Per annum. Rooms.
$720?14:11 Grove Avenue..1 '
300?260j West Cary Street. 7
300?2603 West Cary Street. 7
3)0?2605 West Cary Street. 7
240?;oo7 Beverly street. 6
400?1316 West Main Street. 7
$""0?Fpper. l'6l4 Floyd A venu? (no
rhlldrrn i. S
UNIVERSITY COLLCGt Of |
MEDICINE ? vSSSS 1
STUART McGUDtE, M. D.. Pres. R
20th Session Opcm September 18, 1912 !.
New Fireproof BuUdhtt. K
Modern Laboratory Methods.
Excellent Clinical FaciUtlaa.
Eighty Experienced Teachers.
Write now for Catalogue AH '
WVTHE D. ANDERSON. Proctor. H
iMiss Ellett's School
Opposite Monroe Park,
i t sr. Laurel st..
Richmond, - Vtrarlnla.
September 20, 1012.
Cnrefttl attention to little girls. Ath?
let!,- Held outside tho city. Preparatory
to Rryn Mawr College. Certificate ad?
mits to Vassar. Sweet Briar Scholar;
Miss Morris's School
1 lilt GIIM.S.
a feast Grace Street,
September 25. 1912. Catalogues nt
book stores or from the principal.
MISS SUSIE P. MORRIS,
1116 West Avenue,
P E ABO D Y
Conservatory of Music
HecGKnized ns tho lend?
ing- endowed musical con?
servatory In tho ?onntry.
Scholarships and Diplomas
awarded. Circulars mulled. 1
McGuire's University School j
CPP. MONROE PARK, RICHMOND, VA j
FOItTY-BlaHTH SESSION begins Sep- I
lember P. Thorough prepartlon for unt-'
varsity, college, toohnlcal loboot, U, t>. Naval!
'mil .Military Aradomtel. Primary depart?
ment t?r small buys, ?Ith separate Instruc?
tors, study-hall, nnd recitation rooms. Tho
Principal ?rill b.. at ; N. m ivldero St.. aftaf
Sept. 5. For full Information sea cataloKU?
ut book stores, or by mill.
John P. MedUUtE. Principal.
A good paying- position to every young
woman who finishes our course In
stenography and typewriting ns soon
as tier preparation has been completed
and furnish Instruction In English and
arithmetic without additional charge
For cntalogtin and further informa?
tion, addrcsa REGISTRAR. Littleton
College, Littleton. N. C,
Eleventh 'r^lrni Regina Sept. in. 1012,
The dean is now at president's olllce,
Richmond College. Phone or address.
WH, Ii. P1U.VCB, Denn.
Present* a record of II year* of eminent sueaetM ,.,
ris'tntlne; boys to develop physically, mentally ana
morally Into the hlrfheM type of Christian manhood.
HORNER'S BEST REFERENCES ? ITS
Tllr-hop John D Kllco, l> D., ex - President Trinity College, write*: "I
i ronpratulate yon on the Ion? and honorable record of the Horner Military
' Sohool. Ita history belonirs to the best educations! traditions of the fitftt?.
and the Service It has rendered In the Intellectual pros;rej? of our people Is
be: '>nd calculation The record of your Graduates at Trinity during my
administration Is a IlVlnjt teitlm'ony of the htjth order of work d.me In the
Horner Military Pehonl." *
Nest sef'lon b.irlns Septrmber 4. 1911
Tor Illustrated mining and lull particular* ?14 res* J. C. HORNER, n. A.,
M. A., IVnelpnl. Oxford. N. O.
auction femlr? 'Cfcf? Sag
? 1 8 EAST . 23JRCt>\to ?E
NICK. NKAT, CLEAN HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE AT AUCTION.
We will .?.oll at No. 307 South Third
WEDNESDAY. A EOT "ST 28.
beginning at in;30 o'clock,
tho contents <>r the residence, consist?
ing of four vory pretty Enameled Iron
Beds, with S| rln? nhd Hair Mattress;
handsome Quartered < >-il< Bed Boom
Suit, Cane Sent Chairs und Hockers,
Centre Tallies, several very pretty Oak
Dressers and WashstnndS. Oak Prin?
cess Dresser and Washstnnd. Toilet
S"ts, Matting, Carpet, Druggets, three.
p|e.-.> Parlor Suit, with removable
Velour Cushions: Round Mission Table,
twelve Verona Chairs, Pillows, Blan?
kets Counterpanes, Linoleum. Kitchen
Tallies, Wood and Coal Heating Stoves,
Vulcan Gas Heaters. Kitchen Utensils,
A very fine medium-size Edolwell
Refrigerator, porcelain lined nnd good
us new; holds about in) pounds Ice.'
These goods are all exceptionally
nr.it and clean and In hast condition.
Ladles Invited to attend sofle.
THE VALENTINE APOTION CO.
By Blcheson & Crutehfteld,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers
AUCTION e\LK FOR DIVISION
NOS. 1S10 AND 1112 V ENABLE STREET
At the request of the owners, who
are determined to sell for a division
we will offer for sale, on tho prem?
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2S.
at 6:30 P. M.,
those very desirable dwellings. 1 hla
property Is In good order, well located
rents well, and therefore affords a good
opportunity to persons In search of a
small but comfortable homo or a good
TERMS: Very easy, and announcod
ttlicuon -saico, Jtituic 2>ag?
i ae VdentineAuctioi. ?o.
018 JCuAST BRQoJ} ST.
HANDS! 'ME LEATHER DA V EN PORT;
> CHAIRS, ROCKERS. I.M I'URTED
PORTIERES, BEAUTIFUL OAK DIN?
ING ROOM SUIT, FINE DRUGGETS,
BRASS BEDS. MAHOGANY DRESS?
ING TABLES. MAHOGANY DESK.
K1NOSUURY PIANO. RED ROOM
FURNITURE. ETC.. AT AUCTION.
At the request of Mr, G. II. Taylor,
who Is declining housekeeping, we wjll
sell nt his residence. No, 2600 Park
I THURSDAY. AUGUST 29.
beginning at 10:30 o'clock,
I his entire household furniture, con?
PARLOR?Handsome Mahogany Dav?
enport, upholstered In lonthi ri Leather
Armchair, Leather Conversation Chair,
Gilt i"hair and Tea Table, pair very
handsome imported Portieres, Marblo
Pedestal, fine Saxony Drugget. 1)110
Upright (Klngsbury) Piano
RECEPTION HALL?Beautiful Inlaid
Hall Set. consisting of Table, Armchair
i und three Reception i "hairs all hand
carved and inlaid ohis set was Im?
ported); Saxony Hall Hug. large Brass
Jardiniere, Round Marblo Pedestal,
I Brass Table. Turkish Rocker, Brass
I Pedestal, Roman Seat. Pictures, etc.
i Dining Room?in Quartered oak,
contains Very pretty and up-to-date
Buffett, Round Clawfoot Dining Table,
China Case, Serving Table and Chairs,
Axmlnster Druggets, Curtains and
i iraporles Refrigerator,
KITCHEN?lew el Gas Range, with
I oven on top at end; Linoleum. Table,
I Chairs, Press, etc. ,
I BED ROOM. NO. 1?Brass Red. Nn
I ttonal Spring, Fell Mattress. Oak Mlr
I ror Door Wardrobe, Mahogany Dress?
ing Stand, handsome Mahogany Mir?
ror Door Wrtrdrobo. Mahogany Table,
j Mahogany Writing Desk. Chairs. Rock
BED ROOM. NO. 2?Furnished In
I Blue Enameled Stilt, consisting of Bed,
j Dresser, Wnshatand, Tabto, Chairs and
Rocker; good Cariiet.
REO ROo.M, NO. 3?Walnut Dresser,
Washstahd and Commode Brass Bed,
! Spring and Mattress. Boston Cot.
i Chairs, Table, etc.
These goods arc all uimsually well
kept nnd in nice condition. Ladles ln
vlted to attend
I THE valeniine m'l'tion CO._
McVeigh oi tllinn.
Real Estate Auctioneers,
No. 0 North Eleventh Street.
I TRUSTEE AND RECEIVERS' AUC?
IN BANKRUPTCY OF A TRACT OF
WOODLAND IN II ENRICO COUNTY,
VA., CONTAINING 13? 597-1)0?
ACRES, MORE OR LESS.
In the District Court of the United
States for the Eastern District of Vlr
glnln. In the matter of City Coal Com?
pany, Incorporated, bankrupt.
In pursuance of the decree of said
court, entered on the 5th day of July.
1912. the undersigned trustee nnd re?
ceivers will sell at public suction. In
front of Renrlco county courthouse, on
i THURSDAY, AUGUST 29. 1913.
at 12 o'cloek noon,
' the following described property:
j All that trai t or parcel of land lylnic
and being in the county of Henrlco.
Va? containing 136 6S7-1000 acres, more
or less, and situated about <nj miles
i southeast of the city of Richmond.
I about two miles from Fair Oaks Sta
i tlon, nnil adjoins the Innds of Georgo
I M. Savage's estate and others, being
; the same land conveyed to the City
i Coal Company, incorporated, by T. A.
1 Parkinson and others be d..od dated
' September S. 190V This farm has the
right of way through the adjoining
farm to the public road Most of the
i land 1? In woods
TERMS: All cash, or upon terms of
one-third cash and remainder In six
nnd twelve month.;, title to be retained
until all the purchase money Is paid.
OEO E HAW.
McVEIGIT A GET NN.
By N. W. Howe & Son.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
FRAME DWELLING, NO. 1320 WEST
CLAY STREET WITH I/)T 10 FEET
WIDE. AT AUCTION.
In part execution of a deed of trust,
dated Bine 7. 1909. and duty recorded
In Richmond Chancery Court. In D. B.
202-C, page 317. 1 will, at the request
i.:' the b*neflclary, there having been
ill fault in tin- payment of a portion of
the dObt secured, sell by auction. On
the premises, on
MONDAY. SECT ET HIER 2. 1912.
at 5:30 o'clock p. M .
the dwelling house above referred to.
situated on the north SldQ of Clay
Street, between Norton and, Klnney
Streets, with the lot upon which It
stands, fronting 10 feet and running
back northwardly 150 feet to an alloy.
This house, with sonn- repairs, can
he made into a most satisfactory home
or rental property
TERMS: By consent, ono-thlrd cteh
nnd the balance at six and twelve
months, for notes, with Interest adds
and secured by a deed of trust; or
cash at the option of tho purchasor.