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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

8 CAY AT OLD BLUE RIDGE The Season Brightens as it Takes Its Flight There. SOME NOTABLE GUESTS Teitas and Florida Havo Contributed Liberally to the Charming Summer Colony at This Resort— Cards ,; tho Favorite Diversion. (Specinl to The Times-Dispatch.) BLUE RIDGE SPRINGS, September U-The shady wnlka and green hlll.-ldus of beautiful old Blue Rldgo Springs aro ■till listening to tho chatter of a big breezy autumn colony, who find Soptember In the mountains tho most delightful of all the months. Thoro Is n Inrgo and growing oompnny of ploasuro hunters, • who come only In this month, ta enjoy the crisp, bracing air, congenial company, and all the out-door sports, with none of the inconveniences that sometimes follow tho height of a season. Some of those who make up thlß happy family are: Mrs. C. A. Mlokels and Miss Parker, of Richmond, who aro two of the most popular ladles of Blue Ridge, airs. Nickels Is tho wife of Captain Nickels, the commander of the cruiser "Topeka, but this charm...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

CHASE CITY PROGRESSIVE One of the Youngest Towns in Virginia, ON A SUBSTANTIAL BASIS Elegant Public Improvements »pd Forging Ahead at « Great Rate—All Eyes Are on the Future— Oapt« tain deffress Is Mayor* (Special <o The Times-Dispatch.) CHASE CITY, VA., September 12.—A1most from a wilderness sprung tho town of Chase City. It had no place on tho irap of Virginia prior to tho seventies. John E. Boyd, of West Virginia, and George A. Endly, of Pentißylviinia, wore the pioneers. Thoy bought here sovoru thousand acre* of. land, and tho Improvements then wero a. few dwellings and ono etoro. Tho postmaster was In the county poorhouso. Unrest and adversity pervaded the surrounding population. There was no railroad In twenty miles. Practical exclusion existed during the winter from the out«ldo world. Boyd nnd Bndly employed a t-urvoyor and laid off a town on paper. Saint . Androw, the versatile English writer; Rev. Dr. Thomas Orow, of Islo of Jersey, Rnd other people from the Nort...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

TO RESTORE JAMESTOWN Mammoth Project Touches Pride of Eastern Virginia. OYSTER SEASON OPENING Tho Bivalves Aro Furnished from York River by Contract tho Year Round, Some Will Drop Oystering for Pound Fishing. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlßpatch.) /ORKTOWN, VA., September IZ— Tho resurrection of old Jamestown by tho bfcwly chartered Jamestown Island Park •nd La.nd Company of Norfolk is engag. ing the attention of the people' of Eastern Virginia in a niarkod way. Tho public's Idea scorns to bo that whllo the scheme tcay bo n gigantic real estate deal, It is eoncoived in patriotic spirit, and is well worth tholr closo consideration. Tho company Is planned to organize with a capital stock of $2,000,000, tho Individual shares being placed at a nominal flguro so as to allow persons of moderato moans to take part in the enterprise. Tho company propose to restore the old oapltol of Virginia Just ns It was In the •urly days of tho seventeenth century, wherevor the foundations of the old buildings...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

A GAME BIRDS ARE GOING Tho Woodcock and WoodducU Ncarlng Danger of Extlnci'n RELIEF NEEDED AT ONCE Shooting of Pofmer Should Be Prohibited for Four Years— Grouse and' Quail Arc Rapidly Disappearing. !■ tho season of phoollntr tho tlrno to «Bk the nportstnnn to nlny his hand?- Tho September fields and woodlands nrft thronged,, with men bent on klllln/j, "Jt in well enough," they »ny! "Micro aro plenty, of blrda, and those that are left will ne«t again next year." It In ' true that in one sehii« thera nro plenty of birds, plenty yet for a fair day's •port, but what of tho pant and Hie future? Jtl» only tho older fipo'rtwncn -who can judno of numboro by comparison. Tho Ki-iiyhfurd who Koe« aflold to-day tnlflHo.s the qunll covey multitudes of Ills youth. Tlio ntrlpllng Hportsmnii I'lnrtn 1 four covoyit In a day, deaU out doath In oaeh, ami In tho abßOncq of oxponenue repeats, "There are plenty of blido," Tho Kami birds nf the United Suites aro disappearing. They aro irolng Into tho pot...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

MONDAY SALE WILL TOUCH THE POCKET NERVE OF ALMOST THE ENTIRE POPULATION OF RICHMOND. This sale will stand for proved economy that will readily yield an amount of saving a Ml half on, case after case, of this season's newest fabrics. Few of the prices below have ever been met, even at this store. .____ > THE BARGAIN ROAD FOR CARPETS, AND THE ROAD TO THE MOST BEAUTIFUL STOCK IN THE SOUTH HAS LED TO THIS STORE THIS SEASON. It has taken many thousands dollars' investment to make it so, and quite a number of years' experience to f master the know-how. There are no chances of goodness in what you buy here— the goodness of every make of carpet or other floor cbvering has its record of years' of experience here. Interesting prices are made for you as well. CARPETS. Tapestry Carpets, from Smith's, Banford's or Uoxbury's Mills— him- ' dreds of patterns to choose, from, with or without borders, in patterns for rooms, hnlls and stairs, from OBe. to WOc. a yard. Wilton Velvet Carpets,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

MAGAZINE SECTION THE DISPATCH, FOUNDED 1800 iiii§ DlSi^^yiKliiilds an Automobile and Gets Into the Dizzy Whirl I : : 1 -= : : ! "It's all right," he cried; "now for the finishing touches." "This is a record-breaker, but it makes queer noises." "Huh! No wonder it rattled." | / v^ _ . r * And flew down the road like lightning. | WHOLE NUMBER, 16,320. . BIOHMOKD VA., SUNDAY, SEPTEMBEK 13; 1903. "It works like a charm, arid smells like the real thing." "Now we'll see what's wrong with that muffler." "Here's what made that funny noise." s blew up as it struck Chief Decker, with a load of stones, /'There's something wrong about that exhaust. pipe. I'll atop and examine it." < " Something's got into the works." Suddenly the machine started with a loud snort— Pockstader resolves to walk— lf he ever recovers. THREE SECTIONS PEiOEFIVECEKTS.,

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

:2 PROFESSOR PETERS How He Disobeyed an Order to Help Burn Chambersb'g, A REPLY TO M'CAUSLAND Details of an Important Event— Bradley Johnson's Position — Reminiscences and Incidents of the , War of 1861-65. Unlvorslty of Virginia. To the Editor of The Tlmes-Dlspatohi Sir,— My attontion has beon called to a piiragraph of tho communication from General John McCausland, published In The Times-Dispatch of August 10th, touching the burning of Chambersburfj, Pa., In tho summer of. 18G4. The paragraph to which I refer rends as follows: .V."Colonel W. E. Peters, who commanded ono of the regiments In Johnston's brigade, whan tho burning commenced, camo and asked me If It was dono by my orders, I showed him tho order of tienern! Early, and he was satisfied, and proceeded to carry, .out the order, as was being done by tho other reslmonta of his brigade." In this statement the memory of Goneral McC'ausland fails him In several Important particulars. Tho facts aro recited below: When the Confede...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

One-hnlf hns . never boon told' of .:. the valorous host* who, In tho last century, have ascended tho Peaks of Oltor. And that, too, despite the fact that these heroio pilgrims havo exhibited a degree of brnvery not oven surpassed by the Old Ounrr! of Napoleon, the legions of Caoßar, . or tho wonther-boaton warrlorn who led Plckott's charge at Gettyobuig. Perhaps you who havo climbed tho rock-crested mramlt of this weird Virginia mountain will pauso and rhodostly n«k: "Why arc wp heroes? We enn't remember that we expended anything but perspiration In. making tho anoent of this rugged, but Interesting, monument to the grandeur of Nn lure's work." My explanation, though egotistical, will Impress you with your vnlor. Did you not risk your life to carve your InltlnlH or your names on one of those beetling crags? Of the thirteen hundred tourlHts who have i;llmbed the Peaks thin fiummor-or rnthor tho Peak, for thn noun ought to be singular— l. ogo, mo, the Hnrne writer of this eccentric a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

» BEST BOOKS OF THE DAY REVIEWED BY OUR CRITIC Tho Forhmo of Life, by Miss Molly Elliot Soawoll, Ouo of tho Most Clover and Al tractive Books Published This "Year. ROMANCE OF LUMBER CAMP The Red Kcggors, Written In S-Hrrlttg Fashion, by Eugene Thwlng— Mr Friend Annabel Lee, tho Latest Work Prom tho Peu of Mary Maclioau— Notes and Comments. THE F-ORTUNE£ OF FIFI. By Molly Elliot Seawell. Published by the BobbsMerrlll Conipnny, of rndlunnpolls. For sale In Richmond by tlio Bell Book and Stationery Company.. In covers of gray nna gold, sprinkled over with sprays of crimson rosos, Miss Scan-ell's guy llttlo Parisian romance, "The Fortunes of P1 0,7 makes Its September bow to the Virgin-la rending world, ■with whom Miss Scawoll has long boen an established favorite. The book is beautifully llluslnrted In color by T. Do Thulstrup, and is brimful of a ehnrmlng spirit of sweet good humor end insouciance, Milch, renders It most attractive. One turns to its pages from tho m.-iss of much that ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

0 STRIKING NEW STYLES FOR THE AUTUMN GIRL * A FASHION BLOUSE. White Batln, with tucklngs and bandings of Venetian lace, forme this smart Fashion blouse. The lace \s applied In shawljshape ovtr the shoulders and formi the collar and cuffs. The sleeve has three box-plaits and a row of tucking heads the lace Insertion above the wrist. Silk-crocheted rings decorate the fronts. Smart and Sensible Coats for the Little Ones — The New and Varying Millinery Shapes and New Costumes for All Occasions : Street, ' Visiting, Dinner, Theatre. When the goldon rod begins to blazo all over the country roads and tho maples turn pink and yellow and crimson, when the nights and mornings bosln to turn cool, if not decidedly chilly. In tho mountains, then the clever girl begins to turn her thoughts to town and tlto problem of her autumn wardrobo. All Bumrner'lonjr Bho has kept both eyes and ears open for hints as to what new departures fashion might bo expected to take, and on her return to town her flnit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

• Dbj7T\x/iNNFDs~HNn o rvn?~wnpK~DQNE by t. p. c c. members BESSIE MAY DUbLEY. Wl CD, So t./fj i M. W. MAY. T pRIDGET'S COMPLAINT. T James C. Williams. '. + WELL MOUNTED. + Charles M. Davenport. J Qi£n~U^ /ffauftttf' THE GLASS OF FASHION, j. Luc'.le P. Johnson. i RAYMOND VONDERLEHR. J-4-fr H+H+H--M-K-* t ft ♦ ft WINNERS OF PAINT BOOKS IN BTH WEEK'S CONTEST MISS NANNIE COFER HALL, Burkes Station, Va. MISS MARY B. MARTIN, 567 Sycamore Street, PetersburgMASTER CABELL RADY, Barton Heights. Tho limit of tho T. D. C. C. charter membership— originally Intended to be one thousand— is in Bight. The bndges ordered for a membership of thnt number have boen almost exhausted. Boys and girls who desire the distinction of being charter members should send In their names nt once, or they will loso the opportunity, which ends with tlie listing of tho thousandth applicant. If any members huve fnlled to recelvo badges thoy will please notify us nt once. The September record continues to be a brilliant...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

m HOW UNCLE ISAM ft^^HES HIS BOYS TO BECOME SAILORS. 0 His Great Training Schools Where He Educates Every American Lad Who Wishes It, Gives Him Clothing and Food, Sends Him on Cruises and Pays Him While He Is Doing' It. no. y. / The Flnlihed Mun-o'-War 1 ! M«n. J BY X, IRVING KINO, / ori board a crulilng mah-df-wa'r In the t lnnl stage ■aSS- nf a Bailor of tlncle flam, Here JafiSß thq boy associates with mon and r bocomes k.mati', putting away childish things. ;.\: When -he return*' tp- visit hln home at the expiration ot-fiWi- itr»t emUa an a member of tho ship's company of Homo big bHttlcnblp hIH parents hnvo hard work to reallun that this bl«, bronzed, eeljrollnnt young man, In his potty officers uniform, Is the scrawny, splndy boy whom, with 1 many mlsglvlngß, they consigned to ihe tender mercloa of tho trainIng school, If they am poor, the boy haa, from tltnn to time, sent them money -which has enabled tho old folks to have many comforts which they-could not otherwise have proc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

Zht Strange Hbwnturee . of fmss^ ipumpßih anb IHer .dbum.tCooMcs! ADVENTURES OF LEON IN HIS WONDERFUL FLYING MACHINE. How He Saved His Dear Friends A.nhonse and Oaston from Deduction 2 TZZL 2Z™ J^ *

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

THREE SECTIONS. thb ™« patch: founded iko. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER, WAHMTNCITON, Sept. 12,— Forecast for Bfiitilay nnfl 'jMoiHlny! Vhjflnlsi— Kntr, conlliuioct warm Sunday find prnbubly Monday! tfoßll wlntls, moatly soutTi. North Carolina— Fair Sunday; Monday jmrtly ciloudy, prcbably flhowors and i.ooior; frosh to brisk smith to ouiit wiiiclh. Tho tompemturo of ycHlorrlny wns nbout on a pur with that of the day he fora, «nd thoro was mudh discomfort. For today nnd to-morrow tho weather bureau dooK not seem Inclined to promlso uny improvement. HTATE OF THE TItMnMOMBTMR; 9 A. M. "i jv ji „...,... SO C V- it ' ' ' '"'"' """' ' " " 80 9 P. M. ' ','.., „,../ 81 X mklnlghL 78 Average W Hlghoßt lomperuillro yowtorrlny 89 1-iOWont tempcralui'o yt'HtnrdHy 70 Mean torn pern turo yenterdny .• S. r ' Normal temperature for September .... 71 Popart uro from normal tempcrnturo ... M I'reclpltatiati durliiß past 21 hours .... 00 MINIATURE AbMANAC, S«i»tpml)pr 13, 1003. Bun rises 5:51 | ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

2 TWO RECORDS ARE BROKEN Lou Dillon and Monk and Equity the Heroes. FAR AHEAD OF AIAUD S The New Trotting Queen to High Sulky Makes the Mile in 2;06-Wagon Record Lowered by The Monk nnd Equity. (By Associated Vtett..) CLEVELAND^ 0., Se|)t. 12.— Two world's records went by the board this afternoon at the Glcnvlllo track. Lou Dillon, 2:OD, driven by Mlllard Sanders, brokn the trotting record at higli sulky of 2:OS 3-4, establlshed by Maud S.. in ISSS. negotiating the distance in 2:<X>. The fractional time was: :32 1-4, HO4, 1:35, 2:05. TUo Monk and Equity also broke the world's wagon record, going tho mile in g:08 3-4. The day was perfect for the trial against time, not h breath of air stirring when tho trotting queeii came on tho track harnessed to her sulky. Charles Tanner led the way after the word wns given, while Scott McCoy -was close up with another runner. Tho mare went a perfect mile and It was thought from tlio first that tho long-standing record would ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

Tate Spring Water Eattrely different from all other mineral waters. The only natural epsom water bf considerable strength In America. The water is preeminently alterative and restorative. It is the only water knowh having such a combination of magnesium and iron and it a wonderfully effective tonic. Cures Dyspepsia. Nervous Disease*. Insomnia, etc. A .Specific In stomach, liver and Kidney troubles. Beneficial in blood poisoning. Cures female diseases. Shipped from spring anywhere. Sold at leading, drug stores and soda founts. Large modern hotel open the year round. Write for free booklets, testimonials, prices, etc., about "The Carlsbad of America." THOS. TOMIVINSON. Owner, T«*» Spring-. T«an. A. A. SCOTT, Druggist, Twintf-lKth and Broad Straits, Agent. SUIT UNDER DEBTOR LAW A Dynamite Blast Stirs Up Wholesale District. SOUGHT FOR PARDON Cannon's Friends Have Been Very Persistent In His Behalf— A Prisoner Makes Second Attempt to Escape Jail. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) NORFOLK,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

LADY ILL IN MANCHESTER Mother of Councilman Fer guson in Extremis. BRAKEMAN IS ARRESTED Shot a Negro With a Pistol He Did Not Think was Loaded-Record of Officer Watts— 'Squire Cheatham's Court— Personal Notes.. Manchester TOrs Ann Maria l-'ei-RUsun, mother of Coimcllmiu" Ferguson, is In a very titf* ous condition and is not expected to live has two sons, Councilman W. Ferguson and Herbert Ferguson. The Inner in now confined to hla room with a complication of troubles. Mr.- Ferguson Is an old lady and wellKnown resident, and Is probably one oC the oldest inhabitant, being far beyond tho allotted three score years and ten. POLICEMAN'S HECOKD. Polceman P. V. Watts, the newly-ap-pontod poloemnn for Oak Grove, Has provon a most encrgetc and capable oiftcer. Since his appointment by Judge Clopton, he has done most valuable service. Peter White was arrested by him for trespassing on tho property of the A. C. L. and ho was placed In the Manchester Jail for safe-keepltjg. In company with' hi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

LIKE KING LEAR'S CASE Woman's Experience Who Gave All to Children. SUPREME COURT DECISION Her Property Not to Bo Returodto Her. but She is Entitled to Support According to Har Deed of Qlft. Vhe Btat« Buprome Court at Btaunton tendered, a number of intorestlng docls-, lons limt.woek. In tha case of Keloter and others vs. Cublne, from tho Circuit Court of , Bland county, tho opinion of tha court Is written by Judge Harrison, nnd reversed the decree of the Circuit Court and retnanda the cß,u«e for further pl-ocoedlngs to be had th«r«ln not in conflict with this opinion. ' This la an interesting oaeo involving the not unusual experience of a person ,who (lovlnen property to a relative with the condition that the grantor shall hava • oomforlaolo homo with the grantoe. In this ca«o Melvlna Cublne convoyed to bur daughter, Rhoda Cublno, two lots and a house, In Hlund county, In consideration of love and affection, and with the pro,vlso that the grantor shall have a proper and comfortable h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

6 Good appetite waits on digestion. Digestion may waH upon Pepsi-Cola. If so, satisfy it ; you will feel better, work better, look better. 5c o-fc AJI Soda Fountains. A GROUP OF DOGS AT PINE VIEW KENNELS Air lovers of fine sporting dogs should lake a n'lslt to the Plrie View kennels near Glen Alllen, Va., on tho graded road where thoy can soe a fine collection of sporting dogs, both young nnd old.-Mr. W, B. Taylor, the proprietor, will tako great pleasure in showing visitors the dogs. Mr. Taylor has p. grroat reputation for training dogs, both ' North nnd South, and will have some very fine dogs to trnln this fall. Among tho English setters that will make their mark In the field this season nro Blink and George, owned by Mr. WII-, linm Dnlln3, and Bounco. owned by Mr. S. L. Magle, of Now Tork. Those dogs are from field trial' winners, nnd will Hold their own in fast company. Mr. Taylor has also two of the handsomest Irish potters In the State, owned by Mr. D. T. Tnlmnn. of Richmond,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 13 September 1903

» CAROLINA PORTLAND CEMENT CO, / CHARLESTON, S, C, L«fottt MinUf«6turar«i Importers and Distributors Of PORTLAND AND ROSENDALE DEMENT, LIME AND m BUILDING MATERIAL IN THE UNITED STATES. Lowest delivered prlooß quoted, on application, on Standard Brands, In oarf& lots, carload lots, Bmall lots, to any point in America. Full stocks at Interior lflJIln: also at Baltlrnoro, Md.j Newport News, Va.t Norfolk, Va.s Portsmouth, Va,! Wilmington, N. C.j Charleston, S. &; Savannah, CJa.; Fernnndltm, Flft.t Jacksonville, Fla.i Pensaeoln, Fla.j Mobile, Ala.; Now Orleans, Lit.! dalveston, Tex,| Birmingham, Ala,, and Atlanta, On. Wrlto for our prlocii, j ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE ENGAGEMENT Miss Moran. a Noted Virginia Beauty, to Wed Mr. McConlghe, of New York. (Special to Tho Tlmoß-Dlflpatch.)' CHARbOTTKSVILLB, VA., SepLombcr 12.— An engagement of Interest to society, North and South, Ih that announced tutiay of Mliut Sleanor Borgor Moran, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Francois Borgor...

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