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AUTO SUPPLIES AM) UEPAIHS. ft
HAVE your car overhauled ami tt\ed up i
in A1 condition. Our price* will b? riclu.
Try ui once and be one of our miny ad
vertlsart). Wilbur F. Unison. SOU brook
Avenue.
At;'row fou iiiiik?(mua<;i:s 13
Use Daniel's New Automobiles
OPEN on CLOSED CARS. 11.50 1'KU HOUR.
SEVEN-PASSENGER CARS. S3.00 I'liH
HOUR. PHONE BOULEVARI'J 227-310.J.
BUSINESS SERVICE.
BUS INKSS SKItlCKS OFKBUKU. 16
ACREE'S TRUNK
REPAIR SHOP
TRUNKS. SUIT CASES AND BAGS RE-|
PAIRED. TRUNKS MADE TO ORDER.
TRUNKS SENT l"OR AND DELIVERED.
PHONE RANDOLPH 1355. SATISFA*:
TION GUARANTEED. 7 WEST
iiROAD STREET. RICHMOND. VA.
i
MOV I.NO. II \ IM\r;. STOnAf;K_'-f2
FURNITURE. < Mint and wedding pr?j?enta
packed m t><i <.|iipped with ? are. Moving
and hauling dona by Jacvb Umlaut. Phono i
?V!92.
SMITH & HICKS. INC.,
12-14-1 (J N. Fifteenth Street.
TRANSFER. STORAGE.
Distributor* White Motor Truck*. A fc*
?lightly used tru'-ks ?itd pleasure cars for
sale at sacrifice prlccs Easy terms Fac
tory nie- har.i'-c. Complete stock ot parti
Madleou 071-1-3.
I'liIN'I'I>fi AND STATIONKHV. 2S
BUY your printing front the bustiier-l
bulldtrs, Oottrel1 Ac Cooke. Randolph
HKPA1HING ASH HKNOiff ,
CARPET cleaning.
OLD r?rp'. t* made over Into n?*v ruse- 1
Phone Madison 218'.'. W. W. Mosetey & |
'JO . - 1T North 1'lrnt Street, i
WK rc-tlre i?an> iarr!a({"e Howie'- Bicycle
Co. PLon' Randolph ITU.
KM PLO VMENT.
_ II KliP W A \TED?MALIC. 3(1
AGENT?Life Insurance men In every Vir
k'lnli ano Carolina, to^ti should write
for au'i'cy proposition from th?: lnr#??*. ?
? ompany bpe< laiiz.ng In accident and
h> ?l\h ir:>urance. uovi >our :n<oni':.
Johnson A- AiJims. Southeastern Man
Utri. Wmhlngton p. <
BAKUfclt?l'nm < Ujj Oarr.?r vante<3; steady
lo?> .it 3 N.-.rth ij^i rr[?'? n Street
BARBER?Wanted. ?t?ioy po'it I'-n; go??i
ruarante. S.liinl?Jt. .15 North Tn.rd
Street. _
BINDERY FOREMAN-Wanted, competant
foreman to ta?<e charge of bindery. Ap
plv Rf.wm fl>. ft- Hot"I.
BOOKKEEPER- -Wa-ited. n competent man
?i bookkeeper. < a pa l>le of ta^.lr.g < l.arcc
of bet of book.t In bank tn t-inali town In
Virginia. Reply In own handwriting.
Iti* referea' ?? and talsry exp? terl other
wise no attention to iepiy. AdOrtM U
<?? ''are i lni>e-DI>pat' h . I
BOY?W?nnd. u white ho, o-.e- '.?> ; ears
of aire, or joiing roan e\?:tir>t froti draft,
to .lo ph<?tii;rapi i' plat' .> .e'.cptnp
I'r?\ir>u> experience unntceM!ir> Muut I
b- thoroughly reilaM* ?r.<J ' tserpeti ' ? lth I
good r?-ferenrr> Answer 'o own hand*
vritlngr. A<idrera A ;ii. care Times-L>1?
pwtrh.
BO7?W ANTED bo> ? '.rl. foda foun
tain. ace It No night or Sunday v erk.
? *>1 ICi>( Main
CH.Cf.'KKEUR?a'lit'd, a color'd - hauffeur
for ^ufo 'r'j'k Apply '"lare-. 'e Cos'.1; .
if-*. K?i' .--rr."
CONOUCTORa AND~MOTORMKN. age 10
t?? io \?ar? A.jply at i p M thu Cap- |
It a! Tia..ilon '"ompani Thirty-ti!\th an<l
?c~*-' *? >?* W W'a'litit'on. V> ?**.
COOK ? Hotel f)y cook
wanted, white or colored;
good wages; steady posi
tion. Call at once. Motel
Richmond.
DRUGGIST?V.'ar.'erj a >uut.{ m.?n ?. .-t *?<
perlenc" tr. * retail 1-ug etor-' ChlMrey
Drug Co.. 1A! Eart Prejl t-'rt"?
KN??INEK R--Wai.ted an er.g?ne?r fc" e>r
tri?" Plant Addrev, Jui.an \ ^^:r.frr?,.
Ch*m>e: of Conrntro Hi-le Riohm^nd.
Va
FI6H MAN- -\S anted ?. J.pt rlcn- ? ?: ;?: n
good or>portun:t> f-.r r ?.U tua A i.i.
care Tfn??*-DI?pfttch. _
HARNESS MAKER ? Wanted
twelve (1LM harness makers,
good wages, steady work; no
labor troubles; chance to
;nake overtime. Miller &;
Gleason, Newport News, Va.
MACHINIST!)?Wantad, ?u- ?rai (uti- lana
tr.achlr.letii and t-oring mill men Union |
scale, eteady work. Appiv Virginia Kra
ploynier.'. Agency. sii North Second
Street R!r hn'.ond
MUSICIAN ? Wanted, A-l v'ar.ntt pla\?r
for tlrst-clae'j picture thaater. Salary
J2if SO per week. Stead* engagement: r.o
frind. Handl? b-st tnurlr. Addre:.s
Irc.,vay Theater. Hop<-. Va !
nVgHT WATCHMA.C wanted, for "cir-ge
Apply Rl. hmnnd Transter Company. 107'
_ W eat Cana 1 Street
OFFICE WORK ? Your.jr m>n for ohice work.
14 to li vnars old: salary start. 140 p*r
month. Chanr* learn business, o'.d com
pany. Rapid advancement to brifrht. ???? ?
ttve hoy. Reply in owt. handwriting. ?tat
_care Tln.ea-Dlgpat-'h. '
PHARMACIST?Wanted. r?jr!etered or 'is
il^tant pharmacist: K<-.od salary and
hours. Congdon's rharmacy. Photbua. |
Va.
PRESSMAN?Wanted, cylinder
pressman. Wilson Paper
Box Co., Inc., 2213 and 15
East Franklin Street.
PRINTER?Wantod. Job printer for general
commercial work. Address Warwick
Prlntlnn Co., Inc.. 12-5 Twonty-slxth Street,
Newport N'ews. \'a _ _
PRINTER?Wanted, combina
tion typesetter and press
feeder for one-man plant.
Only first-class man need ap
ply. Hotel Richmond.
PRINTERS wanted; Job presamen nnd cor.i
poaltors who are capable, wlllinc and al
ways on tli? job. <iood hour>. liberal pay
and pleasant tvorklnt condltloni-. Apply .
quick. Mr. Moab). Virginia Stationery j
f/o.. Ninth ^nri f!irv Sireeta
IIKI.r WAWTKP?MA I.E. * no
SALESMEN?Want
ed, two first-class
automobile sales
men; good proposi
tion on commission
basis, with a liberal
drawing* account.
Must be of good ap
pearance and come
well recommended.
Apply in person to
the Coburn Motor
Sales Corporation.
TINNBR?War'.*'), a good all-around tin
*i?r who un<!fr?.und? elate and tin roof.
Inc- A only "> Georre F. Adams, rran
nr<?r Hotel Chimb?rlln, Fortr?ss Monroe,
TKirOKEIl?Wanted, a flrst-rUns trurker,
">??!?? V Ti S-jtb*rlatid. lloni'K'r. Vi
WANTED, men and boys to
work in our nursery. W- T.
Hood & Co.. Ginter Park,
City.
WANTED,
MACHINIST,
MOULDERS and CORE
MAKERS,
WHITE AND COLORED
LABORERS,
COOKS AND WAITERS
FOR HOPEWELL.
DU PONT EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE,
622 East Broad Street.
WANTED,
STENOGRAPHERS,
TYPIST-CLERKS,
OPERATORS,
COLORED LABORERS,
COOKS, WAITERS AND
JANITORS
FOR WILLIAMSBURG.
DU PONT EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE,
622 East Broad Street.
wanted, several first-class auto
mobile MOTOR MECHANICS. BEST
wages. HARPER OVERLAND CO,
:i3-15 WEST BilOAD STREET.
1 {r.LT' WANTED?FEMALE. 31
GIRLS?Wanted, girls 16 or
over for packing room; pleas
ant work, good air, good light
and good pay. Apply Cheek
Xeal Coffee Co., Tenth and
East Cary Streets. Randolph
143(5.
FJI.ing CLERKS who are graduates of
our schools are always In dtma.nd. In
Htructlon by correspondence. Rasy to
l^arn. Pflhttlone secured. Ne^ Vork
.School of Filing, Slneer BulldJnj:, New
Vrtrk.
HBLP M'A.-VTKP?FEMALK. Jil
I'll'l! CLERK ior manufacturer. Youne
.'w e*perJ?nc?^. preferably ono familiar
wl?U library bureau automatic ty*t?:n.
Mate a#e, exptrlenco. salary wanted ?n<l
ho\v ?oon could' berla. Ani?-?r fully in
connricnr*. Wrlto li,x C CIS. car? Time*
Piypt1 on
GIRLS wantod to work EIGIIT
hours, between 14 and 16
years old, for a special, light
clean job. Beginners well
paid and can make consider
able money in a short time.
Apply Allen &. Ginter Branch,
7th and Cary Streets.
llOUSi.KitKPKK?\Vatil? d. houtfkwpfr ai
a. member or family; .1 In family. J. B
Bowles. Malijrfu va
STE.VOCHAMIKB?Salary 140 to M> per
month atari; a<V.ftaccm*nt if <-?paMe.
S;30 a. M to > P. >!.; Saturday
i l . ?I. htato e.vperl'nce and when ioui.
menre 1. 331. o^rti Tlmga-Ptc^atrh.
31 ENOGBA PH KR to asi?i*t executive.
?.li4^e talary wantfl, ape. and fxp^rl'snc*.
j "'if1 answer unl?bj j.p?#<jv. a.?<ur-i'?
and of goo-l education and confidential
Typ?wrtte your application. Write bo*
A i-ai*. Tlme.s-I.?l>).a t'>'.
STENOGRAPHER?Wante.i at on<?. an effi.
cl*nt Menoerapher :in<i typl.xr Reminc
ton ma'hli;" The Beaufont Co. Harri
aon and < l.iy
STENOGRAPHER?
Wanted, first-class
stenographer in ev
ery respect, one that
has had consider
able experience and
familiar with hand
ling* correspondence
thoroughly without
having to be dic
tated to. Must have
first-class education
and be speedy both
in taking notes and
on the machine.
Apply in person to
the Coburn Motor
Sales Corporation,
1217 West Broad
Street.
STENOGRAPHER?
Wanted, first-class
stenographer with
knowledge of book
keeping. Must be
quick and accurate
at figures; also in
t a k i n g dictation
and on the machine.
Apply in person to
the Coburn Motor
Sales Corporation,
1217 West Broad St.
ir0UN"G LADIES?Wanted over
16 years old for all classes of
work, either day or night.
Beginners paid $1.25 per day.
Time and a half for night
work. Apply
ALLEN & GINTER
BRANCH,
Seventh and Cary Streets.
STENOGRAPHER?Wanted, ladv stenfjpra
h?r and office assistant. Address T , P.
. Bort ?9<?.
MKI,P WAXTKP?FKMALE. 31
WAITRR3SES?Wanted. two waitresses.
i West Br oh<1. Greater Richmond Ues
tiiurarit.
WOMEN wanfid Immediately. Thousands
government war position? open. tloo
month. List tree. Write FrankMa Instl
tut?. p?pt. 730M. RtthwUr. N. Y.
WOMEN?White women and
girls sixteen years eld and
over for clean, pleasant and
profitable employment in our
modern cigarette factory
(either day or night). Pay
while learning not less than
$1.25 per day. After learning
from $1.50 to $2.50 per day of
ten hours. Time and one-half
paid for night work. Pay once
a week. Meals served below
cost. i
BRITISH-AMERICAN
TOBACCO CO., LTD.,
900 N. Lombardy St. i
YOUNG LADIES AND
GIRLS! |
If you are going to work,]
why not work in the
j NICEST P L A C E ? the
1 place where you can make
I MOST MONEY and be
! treated with CONSIDE
i RATION and FAIR
j NESS?
WHITLOCK BRANCH,
Twenty-third and Main Sts.
Phone Randolph 4976.
FOR alteration department.
If you are experienced,
confident and painstaking,
we have a permanent
place for you. Apply Al
teration Dept., Kaufmann
& Co.
TELEPHONE
OPERATING
*7.00 PIC 11 WEEK
DURING FIUST Kul'P. WEEKS
OF INjsTKUCTION
FREQl'ENT salary advance*
thereafter No ex perlencc ne
. est>*ry. We t??-h > o a an in
tT -fir.c an<1 i etined \oc?tlon.
> t tractive working conditions;
lifcht. w ell ventilated, central
c.rs.-.-s, ?'oiv fitting room*; prl
V4i<> cafeteria* *lth meals be
lokv cos-t. IJberai benefit plan
during *|rknet? at our expenuo
Manv opportunities for promo
tlor. to Mvwwd positions with
advanced salaries
Refined young ladles betw?"n
the of 1 ?' 2-tld '.'5 fhoitul
Hpplv In perron. (.30 A. M. to
P. M., 'o Mill? Via. Room 502.
703 Ea#t Grace Stre't.
THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC
TELEPHONE CO Oh" VIRGINIA.
HF.I.P?MALEOR KKMALIC. 32
WANTED. A man and wife on small place in 1
suburb? Man for hou.'f and yard work
anl vlean car. Woman as cook and ren
era I house v-,rk. Good v ases t o proper
partv \pp|v at noom 42. Foutli Twefth,
street, Htj 'Must l.ac refcrence5.
XAI.RS.MBX AM> ACRXT.I. 33
AGENTS?133 p*r cent profit selling .Tubllee |
Spark Inteniiif.ers to auto owners. garages.
Bam .hca i-p.rk plug trouble. Sell:- ?*?? .
wildfire. Exclusive territory. rite ?juick. I
.lublle^ Mfg C-v. 1137 South Twentieth
Street. Omaha. .v'?o.
f \l.ESM AU'anto>1. an experienced var
nlrli talefm.in io sell lor a manutao- i
turer. preferably on commission basis.
S-atc experience, territory traveled, ref. I
ere.-.-e'. ar.d extent of sales. B;illlnior?
t Varnish Works Bull.more. Md. j
"??"ANTED men. women, copy msllltig - bee 15.
+ <>nve:ope*. fold, mail circulars. ?3 i
a? - . vrilnc It.close <5lni? for registered
cofitra.r. literature, particular.*. <ireat
Western Publishing Co. Box HI. faoutb
Bend. lnd.
SITUATIONS WA NT E P?MALE. 34
CLERIC aT.?position vlth opportunity for
advancement. Have held present posi
tion eight vears. 'an furnish best of
reference from corporation now with and
othe.-r: Ase 32. married. Adilresa J.<
fs care Times-Dispatch.
EI.BOTR1CAL,?Graduate. 7 years' experi
ence. married, over draft age. now avail
able. Acquainted with Virginia and North
Carolina apparatus trade. Will travel or
tfke charge of factory. Answer quick.
B :U2. care Times-Dispatch.
FARM .'-IANAGER?Wanted, by man with
i-n.ail family. position or. farm as man
ager. Salary preferred. Address R 210.
care Tioief-Dispatch
GARDEN* ER-CH AUFFEUR desires position
at once, married. F Til. care Times-Dis
patch.
WATCHMAN?Reliable middle r<ged man
Iian:* v> ..r'K afternoons or n;shtp. Refer
ences or bond. A 315, art Times,-lJlt
pjtch.
S1TL ATIONS WAXTKP?1 HMAI.n. 35
ST E.NOGRAPEH Ft?-Public stenographer. SIS
^TVAJNTIAL.
BUSINESS OPI'OltTl'.N ITU'S
Pi
<~^ro Tlin-y-lOft,.,!-h nccs. I. .,jS
: !J_Vji ST()CK.
""USES. l A'n i.K. % i:a [( iTksT=^7
-nd
as?
v me i nma-.sk k l i<.\. ulTTrTCz aXh.
YOIT will n?V . ^R^'-'KS.
MeconO-liatirt waV-onL7 h!101^ * muK
for Halo Oiil! v VuoMni^ II T ,nd .h,r,1,J'
futur.Uy. firtn* U? V?r>s- Tu.C3<la>' a"d
W, will ??li rhi,, ??>0,r s,,rP'<" stock.
eel an? >"ou
Ph East, F r^nkitn Streot.
Phon.' .t.'.rUUon 63S4. '
P?j:yrn\- ,\xp sl fim.iesT is
TnS
J.mv ,fd'lrCr ? t(:nC 10 10 l" h;"J- !n Sr?H t
?Vcu?" va ,1k.l?r<1rr r"h,-'h-^ *???
Coll'h, k'o'-a i.-x". \ < bir'ls- Frank Ran
___ mkihha muse.
business^ jrq u ipjie xt. m
FIREPROOF
N S^*an,1 To?k^n^^ L- * Cooke
SAFES THAT.ARE safe
m"ndr\aAKt: AND Va^LT CO.. Rich
fr'l'EI, AND FEED.
,,^lr?,mirr?r- ari'!
you Telephone Randolph ' i J&?m 1 lo
ft OOP THt.VfiS to EAT. 55
ICE CREAM?TUTTI KRCIT irf 1-0 zr ? ??
MACHiaHSKY AND SUPPLIHg 5S
? - r. nfuforo .< loouarantcea
lion
MLSf'E 1,1.A\HQfS I'OR SALE. "r.O
OIL tilONEfi?Th? r'k>r?n^o Wlrltlr?4 nil
*? E. Harks 4s Co?,
Mr cad r.t*root.
\VA(iUN?hop ?al
for $al??. t-vo ?*oo?l rro^rv
w??i?i?!: rhnr^' in flr:t.clis? co?J?t?u.
\o'dK w Hr>u i; ' h-"il,D to <iulrk i.u>ei.
- Pr>" 'i H 7. ^ U>Et Hroad St
' '1 ?'r-'rtL-1''?r- V. HARGArx. DOVRLB
.\t:U'K,ET.' *B2^?T ,H.OH?F"S. -'' A i:.
M A W* F A' * T Y" R | N <, r'. AIpVn^^ f'o u r
1HIUTEEM H faTREET. * 1
1 Jm authorized io olf>r for salo the fol
f?WlnB? r?!.'?S: /tnglA ,r"n anrtMol
i^.VAr^-000 ".'r pillow s; 3.00
>?<K*. 1 A00 m*Ur<"t'., tog-tliir with
klt '7'" and
a iW; ,;o^, Portion of ibis m-i
.d for ?i i-hort r??*rlor* Tba
b.uanc^ *>t it t* all |.-OP nifth?r nir
JWMiUrf. fiomrjiunicjiio vlth Morina'n ll
b-tkin .ttorn.y a, 25.? Pro^nav'
^jv_York ( l;>^...leph.-.B.,r"lay <
SEKDS' F1:RTil IzHI 1 s7?r
CAHBACJE PLANTS r-adv March~lT lToolT
1 V. ' ? '"9 ana OVt>r fj ?>'. .Van.-- u.:i
p"r l?00A ^'f", ,il'A 0",t "?"to plant*. J;
S<\ Tru>'k
?1 colors. SO epTd ^ ^7- ?.
bU rhrVfan,?>"rnunu. douJ
Shacfciitt. Va. C'nU each"
yA XTBn?>| ISlICKI.AV^hrs. iM
^ buy for cay)' all klrlTis
dolph 'ceon,J-|lM'1 furniture. Ran
?^.-75STS-5n5??? T^'iTY'ih
;Sv?lui!iw,'?ns?1;is ?k,
?PJV?V&' ni>' prlc*. Mail to T \fH.,TP
?Tr"~ir.l. sr.Jt>! I lflh s'trr't- Fh"ad>-iphrn. pa;
r?o<i ' money* p?ld?for r^''c?!'"bo11!?F'tac/
Pplido'uh'vJi ar"' JURk ot "'S CaU
^ihiirhs W*gon w,!l '?"!? m city or
Wr?r?v.-.Vaah .for "?cn>~o!d clothlnc. 1 ."??
La.t clay street. Phone Randolph 174s"
K0031S AM>B0AK D.
JKOft ?furvisn!?:i? 70
MO."5TICEl,I.O. 1H North El~lith vi,'..
TrJpSnwSffl iTw?
Franklin Striet!
''rooms. ,yi;V;.K,.;.KauI7;,Vh-'1- heai""'1
ROOMS with no A R7?
0,?Sr' ^?^Km.:!frhs?tss
KA^~K8TATP^F0R KENT.
APAI1TMKXT.S AND FLATS -ft
g;k?
JIOUSBS fOR rent. 79
a i K>I A R T "1? D- "??W ?n"cfaT-i"
' j run... .ontaimni: ij rootrj^ ** ka?*?
ron.lition R.^.,1 r?n ?on al/i?. " Apply
- ?*' 3I" C<r? Tlwi?n-Dlmti?ii 1 ' *
?MV/'; ,'s|x ''-""M HOlfSK~inJa?b'r.T k
i l '?'rK'l '?V11'1" ?rV ,vV,h
of (f^ui ^ppl^^'r^ Un v;Vha ;r"
l "rnrik<- sn.l Harvey ' Road; 2 "'niVrJ"
ia i i'i il''1 1 ''rfP-fouri|i< ,.r , ?', , ,
13
il:
M^CEt.UyEIll s KOn rent. =si
* *1 nlVth 's't r?vC A.V<?* por?'v
?.UoA, f^'autT^j Pool ? ^omi:
v'llcanlzlnp. hnrb^r rhop and a-=lre
bUKlne**. Arrsdf Co.. 2.4 nf
mason. Norfolk, ^"a. 1 rc*
STOMKS \\n \VA Itl'.HOt SKS. 83 i
KUK Kli.NT. desirable o:Sl<.?* in modern ttre
proof l>u;UU:i?. mII ?-onvenlenc<t?. Fo-;
particular^, call op address Room 30S. !
mr" Times-Dtspstch. I
KEAL ESTATE FOR SALE. ;
1101 si:s ion svi.i:. ^
.li'Al'M'UN \ A ? F'?r sal'" 111 Sviunt m. '
v.? . well-built and desirable raldtnct
or six rooms. bath. pantry, closets. I irge |
por lies. . on larKe lot with R.ir ten. i
v. oil fii'-atP'l in so.it section, on hiuh
elevation, with m-tKnirt^ent v(e\v of moun? i
t-i'ns ,?n<i Shenandoah Valley. Would con- ?
slder fxi-hin?" for farm property near
Richmond or Newport New*. Address \V. |
c: IV.f'b. Ill' Tacnty-flfth Street. New-|
port News. \ i.
L A V US AXD FAK31S FOR SALE. 01
JAMKS RIVER?Colonial plantation at
i-ii-iut valiio ??? improvements. Pollard
li;?Khy
J 1 VCI US?-:' i ; 'try. fruit and trucking
farm of '.'3 aorer, seven-eighths mile from
i enter of Farmvllle. Good vroom hous*
? i'h wat??r, batn and sew^ra^e. Terra* oti j
application. Owners, tiox 2:i. Farmvllle,
\ |
L. T. BRANCH,
Room 2, 832 East Main.
JAMKS Riv-?p stock farm, con'atnlnjt 2 W3
a, r>. ; jnn ,;i<?^r'-d In rood state of eulti- j
* ?:!?):,: .'"0 in .lames R.v,?r lowcround. i
Th:* property win l>? soWl cheap to quick j
l-uj cr and on e*jy I'jririSi.
.'.0 a' ras !'?> mil's from Glnter Park. con-j
talninK cood ti" w <-room house: 2T> acres ?
> ~?r and in flue state of cultivation. This1
is a snap. Pon t phon?. but call quick. j
Si1* a<:res arljolnlnc the Du Pont plant at I
Williamsburg- Fliuated nicelv for subdl- j
vision. Thin is a mi>r.ev maker and cannot j
stay on tho market but. a few days.
TWO nar-?l? of land. on? eajit and one west!
of Meathampton. comalnlni? several acres.
each. suitable for subdivision. Can be i
bought very cheap iir order to make quick j
?rt.KNDID farm of rcfi scr?s. i mltea from '
Mllford. with ?ood 8-room house, usual
out buildings; S4.W0.
(S U mile of Cohoke Station: Rood 4- !
room house and basement, barns, stable
and oth'r ourb-illdlnps. comparatively d?w, i
.. acres In hlsh state of cultivation. aUo j
a splendid fish pond on the place.
lro acre' r!on? to To-k River, and * mile* :
from I mi Pont riant at Winiamsbursr: 4A
?? res cj?ar an ! the balance In yount tlm-j
b>-r Good orchard and TW p?jr trees. In |
order to m?V.? a oulrk sal* can bo boujcht \
for The bulldincs worth 15/00.
WE have constant Inquiries for farms ranr
In* from 10 t-? 100 acrer.. If you have one
for ?-al? list It with us.
FINE furm in Iy>ui?.a County. d!r?c.t from
ow n?f. Address >3 3U7. care Tlmea-Dls
patcit.
S.M.K OR RF.VT. P4 i
FOR farm and city property, see C. L. <& '
If I.. r><*noon
WA V VK1)?Iti:A I, ESTATE. 0* !
FARMS? List your far-ns v.-lth an scent
?>? tio will advertise and work hard to sell
t-i?sn. For results ?.i? Morton C?. That
liimT. First National Bank Building
Riinilolp) 600.
lir.\I. KSTATR FOR SALE. I>7
" L. T. BRANCH,
Room 2, 832 East Main.
A. modern lSroom home In Forest Hril. con
talnlng every convenience, including hot
wa'er heir. runnitiK water In every room,
electric lltrhts. and can. I-ot l?0.xl4fl. Thia
in an ideal home for a man of means.
GROVE Avenue flats brtnjrtnc an annual
rent of $1,020 per year. Cheap to quick
purchaser
ONR of the nicest homes in Barton
)l?ighta. new. modern, large lot for gar
d"n. lawn, shrubber-.-. etc, A. bargain as
owner Is determined to sell. Terras like
rent.
I
AT r??r?nsW? price, lets tn Roland. Glnter j
and Highland Parks: also Forest Hill and ,
AYesthampton. Sea ua for price. _ j
V.'i: advertise. p?'.l and rent. If yon haT? ;
rental property list It with us. W? ad
vrtl>?i fr?e.
A UCTIO X S?LEG ALS.
ETIXGS. 101
The ?nnual me?ttn^ of the stockholders of
the Gans-Rady Company will be held at tho
omc of the company. K" Bast Main Street.
Richmond. Vs., on MARCH 1. lalS. at 13
o'clock. GEORGE W. RADY,
Secretary.
IN THE r>T?TnTCT COURT OF TTIE!
UNITKD STATES FOR THE EAiT
KRN DISTRICT QV VIRGINIA.
Tn the matter of \ No.
PARKER C. BOWERY. | In
Bankrupt. 1 Bankruptcy.
NOTICE OF FTRST M"EETINQ OF'
CREDITORS.
To the creditors of PARKER C. BOW
KRV, r>i Richmond, in the County of
Henriro. and disstrict aforeaaid ?
Bankrupt:
Noiioe is hereby given that on Sep
tember 7. lnli, the said PARKER O.
ROW r.n V was duly adjudicated hank
rupt. and that the first meeting; of his
oreditorfi will be held in my office.
Rooms 111^-1 llil Mutual Buildine;. Ricli
niond. Va . o:t the OTH DAT OK
MARCH. 1 f> 1?. at o'clock in the fore
noon. at whicl: lime Hja Fald creditors
niav attend, prove their claims, appoint, j
a trtutec. exa.nine the bankrupt, and
transact such other business aa may :
properly come before said meeting?.
TIIOS. R. SNEAD.
fceferee In Bankruptcy.
Fobrtri'v 27. l?l?. _j
\ I l TIOX NALBS?ITTlllf! UAVS. tH>
A L'C TIC? N S AI a : AT WIUL,IAMS3URO ;
MONDAY, March 11. 1018.
At the Door of the Courthouse,
12 o'clock noon,
of farm property owned by Mr. Mon- 1
fjuin. Sold on account of numerous
oth^-r interests, so he cannot e\v? It tha I
attention ir requires. Consisting of
100 acre.-! of l.*vel, productive land, of '
which about SO aore.s is open, and in j
excellent state of cultivation. Timber
for home us**.
It. is located three miles from Wil
liamsburg. right at village of Magru
der, and but a short distance across]
Quonn's Creek from the busy Du Pont
plant. church. graded school and
storos right at the iloor, mail delivered
and telephone line.
UtiildlngM consist of cottage house,
suitable tor a nic?-. cheap summer rest- i
den. o. usual outbuildings, and a good
btoro x*-ith shelves and counters, which,
if ?ci\iipped with stock, t.f goods, would
make tine rriii?l for serving soft drinks,
candy and other refreshments to
school children next door, and also to
th<> general traveling auto tourists.1
passing constantly.
For any information regarding the
above described property, apply to '
Horace W. Dam, who will have charge!
of the sale
Reasonable terms. Absolute sale.
Posse:-don immedSntelv.
ROBERT U SPENCER. '
Auctioneer.
-rr
MKKTIAT.J. ? ? * >
\*sa
531
I.N THK DISTRICT COURT Ol
UNITED STATES FOK THK ?
ERN DISTRICT OK VIRGINIA.
In th?* matter of i No. ?
FRED WKSTKRVKLT. In
Bankrupt. t Bankruii
NOTICE OF FIRST* MEETING
CREDITORS.
To tli* creditors of FRED WEST
VEI,T. of Richmond, in the Count.
Henrico. a:ul district aforesa
Bankrupt:
Notice is h?>rebv given that on *?<
ru.?ry 20, I'jlS. the said FRED "W!|
TEHVKl/T was duly adjudicated ba
rupt. and that the nrst meeting of a.
creditors will hi held In my off**
Rooms 111S-1119 Mutu.il RulldlJi
Richmond. Va.. on tho 5TH DAY U
MARCH. 191S. at 10 c/lock in fn
forenoon, at which time th? Paid cre}w
torn may attend. prove their clali
appoint a trustee, examine the bar
rupt. and transact such other bualn?
as may properly come before at
meeting.
THOS. B. SNEAD,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
February 27. l'.M s. _
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TH^,
UNITED STATES FOR THE EASO
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA.
In 111e matter of i No. 31CT.
C. M. HOOKER, In ...
Bankrupt. ! Bankruptcy
NOTICE OF FTRST MEETING C
CREDITORS.
To the creditors of C. M HOOKER. ?
Richmond, in tho County of HenrtOQ,
and district aforesaid?Bankrupt: -J
Nofice Is hereby given that on JtUM
22. 1917. t^> paid C. ML HOOKER w*?
duly adjudicated bankrupt, and thft'
the first meeting of his creditors wir.
be held In my office. Rooms 1118-1118
Mutual Building. Richmond, Va., on tb?|
9TH DAT OF MARCH. 19H. at -llj'
o'clock In the forenoon, at which tlmo
the nald creditor"' may attend.' pr?V%
th*>lr claims, appoint a trustee, examine
the bankrupt, and transact such othte;
business a? may properly come bo?oP?
said meeting.
THOS. B. SNEAJX,
Refereo in Fankruptoat
February 27. 1918.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ~~
C.'ITED STATES FOR THIS Ei,
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA.
In the matter of 1 No, llOfc
D. L TIGNOR. In .
Bankrupt. I Bankrup&afc1
NOTICE OF FIRST* MEETING OIK!
CREDITORS.
To the creditors of E>. L TIGNOR.
Richmond. in the County of HSO*
rico. and district aforesaid?IT milN
rupt:
Notice Is hereby given that cm Mfetf
ruary 26. 191S, the said D. I. TIGNOR
was duly adjudicated bankrupt, mi
that the first meeting of his creditor*
will be held in my ofllce, Rooms 1118
1119 Mutual Building, Richmond. Vs~?
on the 9TH DAT OK MLARCH, 191&, ?t
10 o'clock in the forenoon, at whicfc
time the said creditors may attend,
prove their claims, appoint a trustee,
examine the bankrupt, and tr&nsatfi
such other business as may propetljf
come before said meeting. |;v
THOS. B. SNEAD, Uv
Referee in Bankrupt^.
February 27. 191 S.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF thH.
UNITED STATES FOR THE
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA. ?_
In the matter of | No. SIDt. 1
VTOTvF STERN, In
Bankrupt. I Bankrupt
NOTICE OF FIRST' MEETING Ol!
CREDITORS.
To the creditors of VCOIiF STERN, clJ
Richmond, In the County of Henrlcw!
and district aforesaid?Banlsrupt: V;;
Notice Is hereby given that on Augfi
ust 2, 1917, the. said WOLF STERN watS
duly adjudicated bankrupt, and tha^
tho first meeting of his creditors will,
he held In my office, Rooms Ills-Ills'
Mutual Building, Richmond, Va., on the
9TH DAT OF MAJtCH. 1918. at *0
o'clock In the forenoon, at which time
tho said creditors may attend. prov?
their claims, appoint a trustee, ex?
amine the bankrupt, and transaot suoh
other business as may properly com^v
before said meeting.
THOS. B. SNEAD.
Referee fn Bankruptcy.
Fobruary 27, 191S.
AT'CTIO.N SAf.KS?FUTURE DAYS. 09
TRUSTEE'S SAL.E.
In execution of a deed of trust from
Albert A. Bowman and Cella Bowman
to me. as trustee, dated September 28,
1912, of record In the clerk's office of
Goochland County. Va., in deed book
55, page 221. default having been made
In tho payment of the notes thereby
secured, and being required so to do
by the holder of two of said notes sa
In default, I shall, on |
THURSDAY. MARCH 85. 1911,
at 2 o'clock P. M"..
4
sell st public auction, on the. premise r!
that valuable farm, with lmprovemen?/
thereon. In Byrd District, Goo?hls?Sj
County, Va_, containing two hunaKd
and two (202) acres, mors or' less,
bounded on the oast by the Carters
ville Road, and on the north, west and
south by the lands now or formerly
owned hy J. B. Flcklln. Monroe John
son and others.
? TERMS: Cash enough ^Lp pay costs
of sale and execution o^thls trust.
Including taxes and Insurance prem
iums in arrears. If any, aid to pay
debt of $2,350. with Interest fc?m Sep
tember 23. 1912; and balance dn two
equal installments payable one aid two
years from date of sale, with lAerest,
secured by deed of trust on the \irop
erty; or, at option of purchased all
cash.
GECX a DICKEY,
Trustee.
nrAli gSTATIC FOR ftALg. Vt
A Real Bargain for a
Quick Purchaser
Farm of <00 acres one mile from
station. Abstract of title and plat fur
nished. About 300 acres In timber at
fair size. Half of s<M| is reddish, good
productive land, balance gray soil suit
able for bright tobacco. Very attrao
ti'.-e old Colonial lions*, substantial out
buildings. Can be bought for $30,006,
including stock and implements If pur?
chase is made within next thirty days.
For further information wrlto or see
me at Amelia Courthouse. Va.
I-C. F. GREEN.
WHOSE FACE ? WHAT
ARE "YOU talking
ABOUT *?
WELL-ITt) FINE
QOT l TH\NK
HIS ^ACt
A UTTLE
Too reo :
WHAT 00\OU
THINK OF IT ?
BRINGING Ui3 FATHER
fOnpyrlrht. 1911. TntrrnKMonul Serrlcs.*
By George McManus
, y> ?-,.?? ?<SSl
^><S1
THAT'e> HOT M*Y
UNCLE. - tT"S r
THE- *bUNt>ET
I ' ,V.r'
VOOR
UNCLE'

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