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?to?\mt04ggj^ Oi>pa!rh OR BATEST WANT am) REAL r.s TATE MEDIUM IN VIRGINIA, \\n O.m: t?f THE BEST IN V .MB III CA. Want Acl Rates Dully, une rrnl per rrord " hrn paid In ndvuncc. \u Ad. taken lor lean lhau ? ?mi cents, "nr mill onc-hiilr rrnl? n ivord nil clusalllcutluiis except situation VVnnleil for Sunday. Situation Wattled, one cent ii "mil. xo \j, Sunday taken for lean than llftcrii . > ul -. Xo \.ls. ml,, ii ror lesa than twenty Bye cents ivhen phoned l? <>r charged <?< ?Ii?.inter, Phone orders not guaranteed, ' Ulasslflealloua not guaranteed after Otlltl l". >i. For business coil tracts, send for the Waal Ad, tlnn. phone Monroe i. koot and j l'uno ?bSTTo>?''.v.\iN sTiti:i:r car v ttesday ufternpon, black silk um breiin, pearl Handle, with ?live trimmings; initials on h??dt^ bull able reward if returned to ? n CCidlUfO, $6alt XV A N 1' E I>. F I It S t-class liquor salesmen with ?'Stab? il? lied trade in Pennsylvania, Virginia; Maryland and tii. in jersey; fine op? portunity for u live man tu connect wltlt n first-cluss house, Wrllo iii cortfldeuce, suiting amount of aunuul business and territory mi i I ' d. For personal Interview X\ ?N? rttall i capital Manag' v. : . REGISTERED OR REGIS. Is'ant drug clerk, with some .-.? of okkeeplng. Address B?Y, I.. TO . . ft ? I,EARN I BOTTLER l CARI /.v.\. Situ.inuiici ccttinifD, Q9alC ?l n.iii:;/ PiT?TtMACisT wast? WANTED. BY : YOt'NG MAN, Posi? tion with wholesale or manufaetur tnent; now employed; best i. :??_;? ences. !'. 0. Box l:6, Biackstonc, v.i. REG1STI i IX V.\~ A PS 1ST ANT I'l'.AILMA cist wants posRlom Addiv?? L tu'.'. experienced COMMERCIAL BOOft.f keeper ni' l ac?outit?nt desires a iun iiection leading to early road work. Address F 1^-. care 'nines-Dispatch. fi?i i.ti:yman deiWres p?sitTon as working manager on poultry farm: understands" all branches of tho business. Address F ji, care Times-Dispatch._ WANTED. 13Y MAN OP EXPERIENCE*, with stock and Jrnit. position as working foreman mi i irm. Address G 470, care Times-Dispatch. 6ITI'AT1<Tn "WANTED-: V'iI.NU MAN with experience desires position travelinc galesnian or clerk in first class grocery store. Address F 19*>. care T'roes-Dlspatch. _ STENOGRAPHER. YOUNG MAN. wi th eome sales ability; auti mobile busW ness. Apply S to 9 A. M.< 12 to 2. or 6 to 7 P. M- 303 West Gary. II N R E <; i S 1 B RE P PHARMACIST wants position. Address i, toy. cara Times-Dispatch. _ REGISTERED DRUGGIST AND Suc? cessful manager ol drug store is open for proposition. Address E la. care Tlmes-D'spatch. Drlu CUantr? j?rmaic wanted twi. i.Al'V i'.\nvasm:i:.< <-ity and country. 202 National Hank . f Vli g i nia JIuiMllig. a\ AN T E D, ; A N EXPERIENCED houseglrl. Apply to 22ut Monunieiit Avenue. SERVANT "WANTED. 307 THIRD Avenue; Illgblaml l'nrk. WANTED. EX PK IJI KN ' E'' H ?N-MA1C ors. Apply WHITLOCK BRANCH. FEDERAL CIGAR CO.; Twenty; third and Mein Sire, t.-. WANTED, SALESLADIES FOR TAIL orlng department of the r s. Wool iti Mill ?'o. Appl> 207 North Sixth Street, between 7 and S o'clock P. M. Saturday._ _ WAN "'..'>. WHITE WOMAN, WITH lest references, to book and do limit housework for family of two. Phono Monroe 3117, _ WANTED, HOUKPKiTePER. ; 1221 East Marshall Strebt, WANTED. A GOOD" COOK AT 317 West Franklin street; good home; good wages and small family;. 7. vNTED; SERVANT FOR GENERAL housework small family; good wages and room 2100 Floyd Avenue. situations, ^coCcs-sional WANTED.' POSITION BY AN EXI'E rionced teacher; testimonials and references furnished. E 19S. caro Tlmes-Dlspntcli._ EXPERIENCED TEACHER AND graduate wants grammar grade work, references furnished. Miss S. .1. 1 Pill Y, Hic k.-lone, Vir X YOEN' i I AD V OF EXPERIENCE desires a position us teacher for small children or as companion. F ?193. care Times-Dispatch. WANTED^ POSITION AB COMPANION: best references. Address MISS MARY JARVI8, Eastvill-. Vn._ PlOCfGC?CIHll Of Ii' ?diintCD W \ \T El Y"*f ?' a i: i:N1 :.-s. ?fUAl .11'I Ei> to ti'ne.ii the high school branches, also rnus'c; tbstlinohltils required, ENQUIRER, Yutil, Va. l?rtp, a?:.:c r.nb female \v'?"K"rRrir~ ca'p?blb" young 'men and ludlcs to work town on, good proposition; i.Ik t-mnmiiision, nnd op? portunity I'- travel. J. L, MAUPLN. 90? Lust Mursltull. Call butwucn o ? md !. ;;u ,\ M ii it >; and s 1'. M. HEN AND WGMBN WANTED FOR government positions. j3u month; writs for lint of positions open. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dopt ItD-R Ho. n-st- r. N V. ??lTc??t? tin? Salesmen OLD, ESTABLISHED LITHOGRAPH' iiiK house desires resident salostnun in Richmond; (food opening for sincere, clean-cut, capable iiiun of anility. j>ec Mit. BLANCHAKD at City v. M. ' a Saturday, s. ptembcr 7. 10 a. M. I'.mnt SALESMAN Foil VIRGINIA* North Carol'iia and South Carolina; Permanent and rood position tor the flgtu in.tn with well known paint |n'f?ii co y those w?tr? ?\i . 10 ,n ?? ?: ?t-tl 1 ? ply. Adilrc s t 1 ? 1 1. '1 in. - -i ilspati ii. \VANTE~p, sXeESMAN t If a V h i . 1 N< '?' eustern Virginia to ioo|< at pur side AUTOMATIC PRINTER AND supply co., 202 National IVnk of Virginia Building. wanted, salesmen! earn $250 pei month; ??-II dealers highly nd Vcr.tlSed article; samples not 11.s WLATG co., Station l, New _.n _ j Goitres i a;i it..ns of Tin: i'i it'i.n: sofiorjCs of ru'linloud utO hereby tiotitivd that if tii-y desire their Children to enjoy tlo provision for true textbooks In til'' p lldh . cllool* .,! Ki. ;ll!..jnil, ho ? the Council conlliiiiei Its ap? propriation f<>r tout purpose, oppor? tunity is atui offered lor them to take advantage of the circular lusued to jhetn on June .1, 19l2, Tll.e c ondi? tions under which true test books win be introduced are us follows': patrons ot to.- schools who desire to tako advantage of tlo.- provision Dir tree text hooha an- requested at the cl6su of the sessiun to dCpOstl with iui principal of 1 iiool which thcli children attend all too book-. Which t?n.y have. Used in the grade through which they have just passed. .1 receipt will be given foi these, and Looks for the next grade will bii furnished at heg'nntng of the >i term in September' New pupils (\iering the Schools for the first time In the 1A Grade will be granted use of books freu of cost. New pupils entering ttiu ?xhools ni.ovo Rh? ia Grade for tin first time will be required to de thc bookji for the preceding . :..J- to the on. thej may enter, or paS th.; e/iutv.tLtnt in money. I uplU who arc. unpronioied at the ? of the present session must deposit the books for tM grade they are in with the principal, and they win i.- granted tt<. text books for I'uplia completing 7R Grade In the district sojhtiuis by depositing their hooka with their principal al school which they hav. attended vlll he en? titled to receive hooka f<>i tin. High Non-reaiilent pupils must .supply thai) own luniks For the convenience of pupila and patrons, the principals will he at theli respective schools from to 12 o'clock on Friday, Sep.ti rnber fi. and Saturday, Septembei ; All patrons doiflting !?> take ttdvarttage of the trpo text hooka conditions, as named above, -.'.iii kindly hav.- their aIaii dren deposit ;<ooks. with th- prin* ? school board, city of RICH? MOND, VA. ? ? p Watford, Clerk and Superviaor, _ TO Tili: Vi >TKits OF RlCHMOND ? 1 ? lliience September 10 th tor the Ad mlnisfnttlvti Board. My experience ? d twenty years In publ'o life, with : . frei of nil rhnigrs. with many years ? qualifies hie for membership; I am t..i good street.-, porks, playgrounds and everything pertaining to the tietthrmoht of Rlohmorid; I promise t,. i... progressive, impartial and fearless My moral and bui nesi 1.? an open hook. Earnestly desirum ! your vote, 1 am yours sincerely, _ GEO. B. DAVIS. WANTED. OENERALj FOUNDRY AND machine work. RICHMOND .MA? CHINE WORKS, I NC_, E x C EP T I O N A l l y BEA UT1 FC i. laticy work will !>?? on exhibition at I 422 East Marshall from Tuesday, the I 10th. to Saturday, nth, inclusive._ WANTED, Till. PUBLIC To KNOW ! that JAHNKK BROa, Jewelers, ?12 East Alain Street, buy. sell, exchange ! and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN T in; LATH *T STYLES Old k>">1 end all vei xfwaya takm '?? exchange. IDEAL VENTILATOR Co. PHONE Moiiroo 1G02._ , Na?on?; Manic of Viruinlu. RUhinon.l, Va.. September 1. 1012. NOTICB-r-THE NATIONAL HANK of Virginia, located at Richmond, In the .-tit- 61 Virginia, is closing up 't.? affairs. All note-holders and others, creditors of said association. are hereby notitled to present the noted ?and other claims against said aaao claliOn for payment. \V. Mi ADDISON, Cashier. Dated at lit. hioond, Va , A.m. li'J. 1S1_2. f II INSURANCE.?INSURE IN THE j NEW 43RUNSWICK FIRE JNSUR ANCE COMPANY, of n\-w Brunswick, N. J. life01 por tied 1SJ0. '.-11 Mutual Uooiii? j?ot L\rnt K"U HK.NT. Ni .iN-llOfrillKEEPlNG steam-heated aporfmeht of two beau? tifully furnished, large rooms; prl ?..:!?? I..uli. With instantaneous heater. 303 West Gruce. _ SMALL l-'RfJNT ROOM, SUITABLE FOR j gentleman; private- faintly. 21a East j Grae-i._ ' TW'i. SKi'i'NH KI.Oi 'i: ROf?MS IN ?Vesl End; all conveniences', $11. G ' 503. care* Times- Dispatch._ '? D( ICTOR'S OFFICE AT 'l00 WEST Grace .Street; possession at once. Al?io four nice? rooms, lurnlahcd, with or w'thout board. Apply to luo West .,: i , Street. MRS. H. C RICHARD? SON._ _ I COMFORTABLY FURNISHED room; \ electric li^i.ts. hath; also single front I room. 122 ijptith Fifth._ HANDSOMELTy FURNISHED, CLEAN rooiua, Ibc day up. TV1K ROANOKE, j ill N..rta Eiplitli. ? NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. THE \V15LLlNGTON, I'll East Clay. Phone, I hath._ FuTtNlSHi-b FRONT ROOM FOR rent: private family. ."07 North ! Stxtn._ pr,|; Hint' TWO VERY LA ROE. bright. looms, with alcove; light i housekeeping If desired; furnished or unfuriilfilied. _S12 West Orat e. PLEASANT ROOMS AT 11 NORTH SiMli Street. __ ijxTi: R NTs II ED SECOND FLOOR rooms. 5 South Third Street. i e i i: i'j aSSfi i^b'wER'VlTtr'LToiTf'si and cooking gas fuinlshod; West End; $2.". por month. Address D 151?, I enro Times-Dispatch._ [DESIRABLE SIX-ROOM CORNER flat, bath nnd pantry; hot water heat; possession immediately. Apply ?401A Grovo Avenue. i:'t.i; rent. five ROOM FLAT. new ami modern; doors strained. n>>. ?not Park Avenue. huston l. waller, 1 sol Mutual Building. Madison iiuog. For rent." three-room apart I mont, with bath, at The Hanover, Adams Street side. Apply at cafe. M RS. LEE S. I.1PSCOMBE. Ifirst-fi.oor fi.AT. five sunny rooms to adults; central location, i ' Phono Mudlaon 4S66*j< DAILY PUZZLES A word mcuril: A NSW UK ro \ : s>\\ rcthriirt. move sldv/U'T t. . s'3 s - tV/LE. SPLENDID LOGGING LOCOMOTIV ???-'Ii' Ii KU?gb; attractive price. 1*. Box 11 7 :t. MpTOHCYCLEsJ .v.Sii tiiv.i v.iw.?. NiiVv and second-hand; repairing of uli TYPEWIUTERS, FULLY G1;\!:aN teed, flv.o da> s free ma!, on terms, lie down, $;j per month, F. ?. u ClilciiCO. ."?'??. u Remingtons, j-a; No. &v Olivers, |40;No. i i uderwocds, |5'j; No. .' i.. ,'. Smiths, Ail standard grudes, Ks., iha.ii .'..;li pi ice. Statt machine desired with three refer? ences; that's all. GEO. GILES, a.3 Mo,ii,lain Avenue, Kuanuli?, V*. ?IN Mil. laying ?a . .<; ? IS . ill t 11' )NS G 5 in i .. ? Tu RICHARDSON Avenue', Painting, . ber i Ire work. iF, a 1.1. KINDS 55 ichantcal tools! also > ases. Apply repairing i OH SAUD CHI Bei ond-hand n trunks und > BLSNEH BROS., 1705 East" 'Ma Street, i'n wnbroktra. NEARLY NETv BUILDERS HOISTIN ? r ? v i uE B?"i i -lace F?R iX'N'C ? an ' 'I.D. i..- I AULl.-lir.d COAI, an FRUIT ri = fo It SALE, OAK SHOE STO Helving, cashier's <l>-sk and wrapp iblc; handsomest in the c'ty; mi Miller Manufacturing Compo ... . .;?.m to move quick. ;-i e-aln Street. _ INT1NG OFFICE FOR SA (leap; 526 North r?urth Street in since-5 oi turn nrij i ""P^aVIRg i:'.NT--WE*"*LK? money to buy or bu.Kl horhel or pay off mortgages anywhere !n t L':.:t--d St iti i . ? :..y per c< ;.i ilm] annual Interest. * Wo give you years to repay loan at the rate Is per month on each 11,000 be rowed. We will show you W;at It cheaper to own your own home tl; to pay rent. Write, bull or pho Monroe ISltl for full Inforinatl free; EMPIRE REALTY AI MORTGAGE COMPANY, lul.' Jlun Building. Richmond, Yu. FOR SALE. OAK SHOE STORE SHELVING, CASHIER'S DESK AND WRAPPING TABLE; HANDSOMEST IN CITY. MADE BY MILLER MANU? FACTI.'HING Co. A BIG BARGAIN To MOVE V.U1CK. 911 EAST MAIN STREET. WHY WORK IN THE DRUG Busi? ness for others? Get In business lor yourself; |50o necessary.; send refer? ences; only qualified pharmacists ap piy g. 'i. ?'? 'N1 [DON; j ? j i V*-_ ?ct," Codi :iiio cuiiiii: \y otTD and coal. OUR DRY KINDLING BEST IN CITY; heretofore handled by MUiollila,u Wood Company; |i.50 naif-cord. DA V1D M. LEA A: CO. Phone .Monroe ?b6. __ LONG IS SELLING THK BEST FREE burning coal at S?mmor price*. His wood i? large blocks and dry. it will pay you to see hint this week and make your arrangements fur win tcr._OIHce I?W Weji. Broad._ PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US FOR fuel, uu we handle the best luithra cit?. lump splint, and Firo Creek coal; also try a load of our pine und oak wood. Which it dry and under shelter. TYLER .<-? RYAN, luui West Cai-y Street. Madlitoh 1 y7y. Monroe 3017._ _ 2&oatb.nS A^C?UPLE OR TWO GENTI.KMKN can secure bright Southern suite of rooms itb leu West Mnln, adjoining the Jefferson Hotel; a f-w table boarders also; references exchangod. GOOD TABLE board to be 1IAO at 14 South Third Street._ MUM. <_\ iCllOvVEGS. 115 ? krank" lin, rooms and board for permanent and transient quests; dining room well equipped. WANTED, a GENTLEMAN 5??1: i ?1: R in private family near Leo Monu? ment- references: exchanged. Ad | dress 364, enro Tlrnea-Dlspntch. 410 >VEST GRACE STREET, MODERN conveniences; good board; refer? ences exchangod. W A NT E D. "ll? a R I >ERS; ALSO TABLE boarders. 209 East Grae-. 216 SHAFER. STREET, FOUR DOORS south of the Chesterfield, furnished and unfurnished rooms, with tirat clasa board. _ patents 1L\tents-- i'ltEE P SrIsONadT^/onn sultatlon in Richmond with Invent? ors; hftoon years' expOrkence; satis? factory referenci ?. s ii. evans. Patent At torn ??. Box 981. Richmond, xSlimilUl- 2D0ill'?in(j boi m7i;V a l Td inn. un iiampt'.'i% Roads, country und Seashoro com? bined, with .city conveniences, s.-nd for literature to th<- MISSES tabb, IL F. D. i. Hampton, Vs. Ural C?trttr i?ot stitc <'i'- ic!; ^Water VhoNT 'wearm ohonp? 13t obres, fronting throc fourths Hill? on the .nies River, : near good schools, church, railroad Und steamer wharf, Whoro four steamers stop daily; eight-room house, orchard, fine- noil; t23 per month Income with this farm not depending On crops, .. idress \v. 1? a'II K1NSON. Tettlnitton, Va. buy \ HOME WITH YOUR rent money, Wo will l>u yor bUIld you u hi.ma ami ull?w yoU to pay for sumo 1.1 tii. rate <.f tl.00 per month, plus 6 per cent Simple Interest, on each $1,000 borrowed, It will also pay > ? i to Investigate our Investment fe mi:. Write or call on THE : standard HOME CO., C1J Mutual' Iluildlng. Richmond. Va. _ j I HAVE for sale SEVERAL SMALL I fill ins near Itieliinonil on K"<>tl auto- , mobile roifd. Ciill or write THEO. 1! u'k.e. Main Street Hank Building. OWNER LEAVING TOWN V\ I EL SELL handsome r< lUenct on Ery Spring Road, near University; Vu.j also ad- j i- lnlng lot. M. sTAVIlll, Lluwood. X. .1._ tCcal Cstati Slot \%th~i j""': RE.\T. J ENEMENT.' 422 EAST ; ? i ii rent"; eight-ito?Sl house in good condition and well located on , 0. MIL ;;id, Vx tUtU CStfllC HCitHUCO ?11 itd; n FARMS WITH J. A. OON^ ?7 ELLY ,t <??>. \S'i:t- postal for nec - . blanks. ' N : ED, SMALL C< ?TT VOR, CHURCH 1111; state terms and location. L i.V. N^mTHERN ?ND WESTERN luy'crs Virginia farms; describe illy. ATTORNEY, Bos 300. Nbr ollt. Va._ \XTED. FOR A CUSTOMER. 1.000 , some gravel, running vater With n fall; buildings not es ichtlai; not "-.er fifty miles froth tlclimond; give lowest price. GIB !"Ni .'. NU' .'K r > I..- 1 ?;; East Main. VNTED, MAN! FACT?RiNO: SITE ? n railroad siding, Address A 10. re 1 ines-DlHuutch. _ personals n i ::.\:. H ? i BOUGHT an D BOLD at HUGII.'OSSS, mi North Third._ 31?eal Ventilators IDE?L VENTILATOR CO. PHONE Monroe 1<J02. CHlantrb Nnr'mf'v.'a.-.t!..' wn.i. buy usehold goods of any kind and y amount. Phone Madison 190S. ITEDj TO LEV ll"ISHlIOI.D in any quantities; :.:^..-..t cash ces paid. Phoni Madison 0033._ ?TED, TO ItWNT DINING It?oM t; also reffIgeratorj kitchen table 1 ki.s range, responsible parties, id:, -s ?1 L-ai-o Timea-DlS tch. WANTED BRASS CASTINGS uAlLY. RICH A1' )N 11 MACH 1 N E W'.'RKS. INC. WANTED, TO BU y FOR CASH, I household good.: la any Quantity. 1 no.'ie Madl?on 3S5L Miscellaneous LOANR ti.O'.O to LEND .j.N DIAMONDS AND watches at Nets' lor!; rates, N. F. JA G?BS at ;i'jn. No, Nortn Mat;-. STORAGES. CHEAPEST STORAGE t>; CITY, ii per load. Sloro your furniture, bug ffics, automobiles, piano? at l'?il:' K1NS. 327 West Broad._ SHOE REPAIRING. REBATE IF Yt u BRING SHOES Ith this coupon. Men a shoes halt sled, JSC, rebated to 6 5c; ladles' all soles, 60c., rebuted to 5.0c. Every alt aewed; leather; iiu nails, no t-ts. Heeling, 25e, DREW'S ELEC RIC SHOE FACTOR x, 710 East tain. Phope Monroe 2607. EXPRESS OFFICE PACKAGES RECEIVED AND MONET orders sold; 121 West Broad, r B HAYNES & CO. ? > . j feCtUc? proposals Ci inmonv ealtii uf "virglni?"."^"*''""* ! Supcrlnti ndeiit oi Public Printing, RIchniotHl, vs., Sept. ::. 1912. SEALED PROP! SALS WILL BE re .I lit Tills OFFICE until 12 M. of ii ES DAY, September 17, 1912, for the PRINTING, BINDING. RULING, etc.. for the State of Virginia for one year ;from October 1, 1912. Printed schedules, showing In detail tit. classifications, on Which all bids will bis required to bo mado, will be [furnished to bidders on application. Conti actors will be required to en itor Into bond with security, to bo op proved by tiie Secretary of tho Com? monwealth, for the prompt and falth j f u] execution of th?lr contracts. 1 Tho right ts reserved of rejecting any or ali b'ds. and tho work will be awarded In such lots or portions as the Superintendent may deem proper. A l.ld to bo enclosed In scaled en Ivelopcs nnd to be plainly marked "Pro ;....-... for Printing" and "Proposal for Binding." DAVIS BOTTOM. Superintendent of Public Printing. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE received at the SAME time AND PLAGE for furnishing tho following : paper;; for he use of the Cominon \.-i ilth: ? REAMS 24.V3S 50 lbs. No. 1 M. F. 1 Book. 41 ? reams 2CX36 50 Ib. E. S, Flat Writing. 260 reams 17x21 32 lb. Plat. 150 reams ldx21 21 lb. Flat. ... REAMS 17\22 14 Canary Writing. 400 reams 17x28 30 lb. No. 2 Ledger. m. No i Rar,' Envelopes, r> 3-4 XXX. lt. M. No. l Rajr Envelopes, 10 xxx. 1, li ? REAMS 25x3(3-50 Dundee nook or equal ijrnde for tVonthly bulletin. De? partment of Agriculture; eontraft not to begin until January, 1913; to bo delivered monthly in lots of mo reams or more as needed, and to be paid for monthly as delivered, I 800 reams 26x3?-G0 No. 1 S. and S C Book for Annual Bulletin, Depart? ment Agriculture^ to bo dellverOd dur ; thg November, I REAMS ?r.N"t;-50 No .1 M. F. Rook for monthly bulletin, Department of Health, to be delivered monthly as rn ? .1 d, iitui to ne paid for as deliv? ered. Papers, etc. to l.o delivered at such times. In aUch quantities, find Into such places ns tho Superintendent may direct, without chargo for fre'ght or il ray alto. Bidders w'11 furnish samples of size and weights advertised for. The right Is rcsorvod to ro)eat dny or alt .bids. All bids to be enclosed In sealed en? velopes and to bo plainly marked "Pro posnl for Paper." Note Bids for paper will he openo.1 at the pleasure of the Superintendent. SEALED PROPOSALS WIEL BE RE? CEIVED at the SAME TIME AND PLACE I'T furiilshltiK Ineltlental otllco stationery stipiiiios, rnnslsting of PENS, PENCILS, INK, RUBBER BANDS, etc., etc. All bids to be mado upon blank? to bo furnished l.y the Superintendent of Public Printing, and to be onolosed In seal...i ohvelopefl marked "Proposal for Furnishing Stationery Supplies." n.wis BOTTOM, Supeirlnt^nile.nt Public Printing. The Valentine Museum ELEVENTH AND clay STREETS. Open dally from I'j A. m. to 5 P. m. AJiiiisslon, 250, ? Froo on Saturuaya, Aitirtion ?dlrfi TZfjics ?>aj> High Constable's Sale r will sell by public auction, on sato111?\v. thi: 7TH day <>r sep T?.MTJBIt, 1912 t" O'CLOCK A M. at 234 Bast ttcond, ovur Hofhotmer's Shoo Store the following property, to satisfy a distress warrant (Central N?. tl?nnl Bank ca. liaynos puslness Col l^cl, in my hard's: iron Safe, two Boiler Top Desks, lot of Chairs, PriiKEt^t. nook Case, fortv ono Tnijlo Desks, .,!,?. Typewrltorsi ten Typewriter Tallies, etc TERMS: Cash W. ii. wrATT, .Tit . If. C: C. R. i Murtion fedlc?, j-uturr Days By J. Thompson Brown & Co., 111.1 Main Street; COURT SALE WEST END LOT. COR NEB LOMRARDY AND TAYIflP. By virtue of n decree of tho Rich rn?nd Chancery Court' In re Isabella Colvln et als. vS A. \V. .Smith. Admin Istral r of T. .1. Rlddell et als., entered j December 12. 1911, appointing the un? dersigned special commissioner so to ? do, we '.vi|; gell at public auction, on the premises, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TII. 5:30 1?. M;, ^ d of lai 1 cornr.r Lombard? (formerly ' Washington Street 1 and Taylor Ptroets, fronting 13 feet on east line of i.om- ! aid;- Street by 110 feet % Inches be? tween parallel line? along the southern, line or Taylor Street, to an alley 10 feet Wide. TERMS: One-half cash, balance in six months, with Interest, title retain- ; ed by the court till all purchase money is paid, or all cash. Sale subject to , confirmation by the court. BROCKEN BOROUGH lamb, i ?Spec'ai Commissioner. I I certify that tho bond repaired by above decree of the special commls- : sloner has l"?n duly given. oIvimi unler .,. v hand this ISth day 1 of December. 1911. CHAS. O. SAA'ILLE. Clerk. I .7. Thompson Brown * Co . Auctioneers. ; Pa;.- Valuable Minufactiirlhg Plant at Altavista, Vn.?By virtue or two de-da of Tr::m. hearing date ut Anjmt 1. 1911, and April ::. 1*1!. nnd duly recorded in the < 1 ain-aell County clerk's office, the under ? .-? ? i will acil at publln auction. <>n the | ? ? s. en Friday, October IS. IUI, at 10 o'Clo a A M . the p.ant of the Consolidated Furniture Works, including; factory snd ci bill ? ? snd land attached thereto, I machinery fianc.hl*es, paUnts, offlco furnl ahd tlx lures. maVnUfsctured coeds, ma . binary and aupplles <icl materla. on hand, a. a. whole o- n, paresis to salt purchasers. Terms: ".ash. but more liberal terms can b<, obtained ui?>n reasonable conditions. A. ?5 H.? AltBVUtSi V? ; W; H. Oould. O. ? Caikt'e. A. B. Percy, bynohburg, \a.. Trustees 1 Thompson Brown & Co.. i'.eai Estate Auctioneers; PUBLIC AUCTION v COMMODIOUS . AND ILSNOSvjMK fc-L?Yn AA'ENUE RESIDENCE. NO. iOOS?TWO HI.or KS WEST MON? ROE PARK._ By request of the owner, moving fron", the city, we will sell at public auction, on the premises, on THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 12. 191-. 1:30 P. M.; that hfst-cl?Sa detached three-story brich residence. south line Floyd Avenue, two blocks west Ol Monroe Park and liire? dcors west of Linden Street An attractive and most de? sirable neighborhood, with park and street car conveniences, without at? tendant noise. The residence has 12 rooms, bay windows, and Is located on a v?ry deep lot, with frame stables in rear. Tho lot is 30x199 deep, to a 15 foot alley. THUMS. One-third cash; balance In one and two years, with Interest, se? cured by trust deed on the property. J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO., Auctioneers. IaCuI ccuur j-ui i.\mt FOP. RENT. WEST AVENUE. Furnished home; eia-ht rooms: lodern conveniences. Posses Ion October 1. tu) per month. FRANKLIN STREET. Near CommofcjveaUh Club; fur? nished house; tight rooms. Pos? session October 1. $100 per month. FIFTH STREET. Near Franklin; 14 rooms, two baths; large lot. Possession Sep. tember 10. $l.HL"i per annum. STUART AVENUE. 2300 block: new flats: six rooms and hath; everything ?o-p. nrnte- hot water heat. Posses? sion October 1. $420 per annum GROVE A V E NUB. 2119, first and second flats: eight rooms and bath; hot watet heat. Possession at once. $37.00 per month. MAIN STREET. West; fir.St floor; five rooms and bath; modern. Pos? session St once. $22.50 pel month. GOLSAN A- N A Sil. INC, Tenth and Main Streets. Madison 133. iAfiil C shite JTor ?>d(C FOR SALE. a very desirable brick dwelling on North Sixth Street .Modern conveni? ences and large lot. Can be bought at bargain price. Call for particulars. C. I* A- II. L. DENOt >N. _821' EaBt Main Street. jatltinttr City Er?ott? Galen Hall IN THE MOUNTAINS, WernersviUe, Pa. A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, Resident physician, Tonlo nnd Curative haths. Special diet kitchen. Lessons In Basketry and Weaving, An Ideal plnee during tho full ami winter months. Under same management as GALEN HALL ATLANTIC city, tt. J. jpriatonre ?Mater <?np ^ """??tf.k Lap iidim;. ' ^ 'Die Mountain v?ui.m,> ?>p;n Until December r. Bxtuuairely Im? proved. The most modern and Illicit lo? cated hotel in this region. Cuisln? of th* hifthrst standard; will to service. Orohaatra, social diversions: every OUt-of-d??r ainase inent; new, lienutlful Palm '"outt mart t'afe. BReClSl September and autumn rate?. It..eklet and Slit* maps mailed. Sixth sea Swa, JOHN IL'HDY COPS, Safe as the Safest STATEMENT OP TUB FINANCIAL CONDITION OF The Savings Bank of Richmond LOCATED AT RICHMOND, IN* THE COUNTY of HBNRICO, .STATE o* VIRGINIA. AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS SEPTEMBER 4. 1313. MADE TO THE STATE CORPORATION COMMISSION; It ESO 1 ilCfSS. Loans and discounts.. .A.I "14.491 85 Mortgages on Improved city roal e?tato. 1,071.898 93 -?LS1U.500 84 Overdrafts, secured. $139.13: unsecured. J39S.25. 837 3? Bonds, securities, etc., owned. Including premium on same. 4111,760 "0 Banking House and lot. 27.000 uo Exchanges and checks for next day's clearltiKs.% 9.367 9 ? Due front national banks. 66.HS7 62 Paper currency. 2,903 00 Fraotlonal papur currency, nlckols nnd cents. 43 S3 Oold coin. 367 so Silver coin . 610 7& - 7f?.03O 0? Total. $1,965,674 82 LIABILITIES. Capita.! stock pnl'I In.I 209.000 00 Surplus fund . 175,000 00 Undivided profits, less amount paid for interest, expenses and Ol*?'" . 41.',030 46 Individual deposits.|l,4.ss,97t Ml Demand ccrttllvates of deposit. 24 203 12 Certified eh. cits. 2,xs7 th Cashier's checks outstanding..'. ' ci 00 United States Deposits. J.sio.iru M All other items of liabllltv, viz.: interest reserve.1B ??? 00 Reserve fund . . 1T'()00 ?? TotaI. $1,965,674 82 er*t.!rnin?'^feM' Rn}h CR*h'*r- up solemnly swear that the above Is a true ,, m i,he <Uyn}<'^\ condition of The Savings Bank of Richmond. ? 1 ?'" in the County of Honrlco, State of virglnli, at th.> anowudgo and belief. JAilE.S M. BALL, Oaahtor. Correct?Attest: THOMAS L. MOORE. L. Z. MORRIS, GBANVILLE O, VAJUhlMTINJO, It. M. OWATHMTBT, F. SITTERDINO, Directors. SI ??? Of Virginia, City cf Richmond: Sworn to nnd subscribed hefiro mo hy James M. B.iU this ?th <lay ol Sepfmher. 1912. OEOROE W. WATT. Notary Publlo. My omml.'Ston expires April 5. 191S Strong as the Strongest REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Planters National Bank \T RICHMOND, IN THE STATE OF VIROINIA. AT THE CliOSE OF business SEPTEMBER ITH. 1912. itrasoi rces. Loans and discounts.56.'i"6.389 IT Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. 991 63 United states bonds to b.ire Circulation. son.noo oo United States bonds to secure United states deposits._. i.ooo oo other bonds to secure postal saving*. y.ooo on Premiums on United States bonds. 43.500 00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures. . ? ?. 144,sjs 6is DUe from national Link:' (ndtfrosorve ngents). 251.442 70 Dtie from Stale and private banks and banke'rsj trust companies and savings banks . 106,493 4t I'M,, from approved reserve agents. 184,028 2U Checks and other cash Items. 019 112 Exchanges for clearing house. 161,791 81 N it. s ?>f other national banks. 12.360 00 Fractional paper Currency, nickels and cents. 1.473 31 Lawful money reserve In bank, viz.: Speele .? fit.230 00 Legal-tender notes . 240,000 no Redemption fund with United States Treasurer (6 per cent of clr :tOS,230 00 1.1a 11m. i'm us. Cnptial stock paid In.??.8 300,000 00 Surplus fund . 1.000.000 00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid. 436.373 07 National hank indes outstanding. 233,300 00 Due to other national banks.J 413.fi24 21 Due to State and private hanks and bankers. 842,968 ."!? Due to approved reserve agents. 22,303 411 Individual deposits subject to check. 6,028,313 00 Demand certificates of deposit. loo,504 88 Certified checks ..-. 41.521 22 Cashier's checks outstanding. 2.37s 65 - 6,158.213 75 United States deposits, SI.000.00; postal savlnss deposits. $1.487.06.. 2.487 06 Bonds borrowed . 9.?on uu Bills payablt. aoo.uno uu Reserved for taxes. 8.600 00 Liabilities other than th.iso above atatod: Reserved for Interest. 14.571 33 <tatj of Virginia, County of ttcnrlco, ss: I Richard il Smith Cashier of tho .above-named bank, do solemnly sweat that ttin nhove statement Is true to the best of iu\ knowledge an?! belief, mat no a .111. o RICHARD II. SMITH, Cashier. Correct?Attest: JAMES N. BOYD. T. WILLIAM PEMBKKTON. MORTON B. ROSENBAUM, Directors. 1 Subscribed and sworn to before mo this fith day of September. 1912. DOUGLAS V. MORTON, Notary Public My commission expires July 27th. 1913. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE American National Bank \T RICHMOND JN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, AT THE CLOSWOF BUSINESS SEPTEMBER 4, 1913. ItESOl lli'ms, Loans and discounts.14,577,180 88 Overdrafts; secured and unsecured. 2,896 96 United States lu.mis to secure circulation. 60H.OOO On lulled States bonds to secure United states deposits.. 100,000 no Oj ler bonds to sbcure postal savings deposits. 0,802 os Premiums on United States bonds. tl,400 0U Bonds, securities, etc. 3 17.842 14 Banking: house, furniture and fixtures. 327,106 01 One from national banks (not reserve agents).$17*1,669 18 Due from Statu and private hanks and bankers, trust companies and savings batiks.. kku'oZm ii Due from approved reserve agents. ,,'InS ?'? Check? and otber cash Items. .iMjs Exchanges for clearing house.- ,-nao na Notes >f other national banks...-. ?aV , Fractional paper currency, nickels nml cents. .11 lawful money reserve In bank, viz.: -,-oa ? RndOlo . i6.o99 0., Legal-tender notes .?.?????? UM*0 00 Redemption fund with United States Treasurer (R per cent or circulation). -Jl'2?0, C'i Duo from United States Treasurer. 14,.S3 59 Totnl .?7.275.S03 2T 1,1 \ in i n il's. Capital stock paid In.I Surplus fund .?. Undivided 1 rofltfl, less expenses and taxes paid. National bank notes outstanding. Due t.i other national banks.t 669,253 33 Due to State and private banks at\d bankers. 673,964 40 Due to approved reserve agonta. 3.s2s 27 Individual deposits subject to check. 3,077.530 54 Demand certificates of deposit. 29,002 hi fortified Checks .??.' 23.701 02 Cashier's checks outstanding. 8,858 25 Postal Savings deposits.??. 1,063 99 Deposits of United .States disbursing; officers. 111,7$:: 63 Bonds borr.vwod .t,. XiZ'??, Notes and bills redlscountod. Bills payablo .?. 200.000 00 Total.?7,275303 37 Stnto of Virginia, Cltv of Richmond, ss: i, O. B. Hill. Cashier of the abovo-noir.ed bank, do solemnly swear thai t"ft?-Jtbjvo statement is true to tlio best of my knowledge and belief. 6. B. HILL Cashier. Correct?Attest: II. W. ROUNTREE, EDGAR O. OUNN. OLIVER J. SANDS. WILLIAM C. CAMP, Directors. ? . Subscribed and sworn to before mo this Sth day of September. 1*12 ft. C. COFKR. Notary Publla M.V term of oillcc oXpjrcs.Juno 19th. 1915.