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HOOK?Walter E. I.cld'y. 3 North Twentieth street. ,Mtol?>m it/?o. All kinds ot roof* repaired and painted at reasonable price*.. All work guaranteed 2 yearn or more. Of experienced men WALL i'Al'Klt. liHA DECORATORS Interior and exterior deco rators Above all we are the lowest In price. Charley White. 316 North Henry. PAPERH ANC1NG and palntlnc. call Mad ison 3i*?. i-.coiioin> \\ all t'apur Co., i& West C'a ry Street. l'APBRINO- Have your paperlm? done be fore the rush. We carry the limit select line. Walter K. Fravsed & Co.. 204 North Fifth Str?ct. I'APER?When you net ready to i><u>er your rooms, call A._T. l;unnliu(on._](an. 1070. WAL1, 1'APBHS. dainty, at moderate prices. prompt attention to oubiiios It. li. B-?iit WAMTIH)?lll'SINKKS1 SI5I? VICI5. -9 ftiiSTti. old .?u. n-w ai> si/.es. lor sal? or rent. CamplnK '-Arties or other purposes. Also ticout equipment. including O. L>. eults. ahakl suits haversacks. loir?lns. puttees, ?tc. L. Hose & Co. Sternhelmer IJroa.. proprietors. Randolph Ut2. <20 llrook Avenue City _ EMPLOYMENT IIKIil' WAVI'KI >?.WALK. 30 BARBKR wanted Monday. ?-'0 Kuarantee. Steady lob *24 Kay I Uroad. BOOKKBBCKK Competent bookkeeper, not over <0. out of draft. good salary. Ad dress P. O. Hox 1314. BL'iil i El.M EN? BUSHELMAN wanted by the WEISBERGER COM PANY, one experienced with men's and women's clothing. Permanent posi tion. Apply MR. RICH ARDSON, Main Floor. BOY?Wanted, delivery boy Apply at once Ct.d?rwood Typewriter Co.. Chamber of Commerce BAFtBER wanted. J.O ruarantee; 60 over 12S. L'nlon shop. U. C. hiiyder. Victoria.. V?. BOOKKEEPER?Wanted, competent book keeper acquainted with the lumber busi ti?it!i Mutt be null k. accurate and capable of taking I'harir- of a s-t of \> B. books In wholesale lumber house at WashlnKton. 1 J. C. Reply wr.h salary expected to Man urer. T1S Eleventh Street, S. E . Washlna t on. 1> C BOOK KKKI'KR ? Wanted. an experienced bookkeeper to act as office inanacer. tak Ir.c >haree of an oltli e with five assistants, who!' sale cruccrv bustnenn located New port News. Va The uositivn In question is tT.e tnat necessitates a man with executive ability. Advise as to references, salary and how soon vou c?:i report for work. Apply 1. > * t. cart Tlmc?-Plm>atcn. BOY ? Wanted, a ce???d. brirht colored boy f< r liirht tta' kate delivery and running errands Aptdv at . once. Mitchell A Hot? hi.j? s ? Ci WnITeK PKEKS J.-KKDEH8?Wanted. h'<i.dy work, etcht hours, good wages Apply Mm hejl .V Hofhklss DAIRYMAN?Wanted. at once a rood dairyman, rood ivnirn. married or sintle. TUrI :? 4. cuv I'oint. Va EXECUTIVE?Co*."! executive for nianafao iurini: plant. Will have entire chtri? of industry Must take position at once Ad drets with references to A 11?. cara Times- i iJispa'- h _ MECHANIC?Wanted. ?uon experienced au tome.oll? mechanic familiar wllh and who ran V,e?-[. them In rood repair. Steady po sition for nctit man No other neeil apply. F !2* .-ar?- "1 imI '!?r>aIr h MAN?Combination linotype and floor man cr two-thirder lo learn machine wanted Enterprise South Hill. \'a. MANAGER-?Wanted, worklnir m-Parer on J-ra'e farm conne.-ted with Piedmont Sana torium Truck. slock ami ceneral tannine work Write I>r. H. <? C'srter. superinten (1 *nt HurVev ilie \ a MAN?Wanted, white man to work In home: steady work year around cood wares Richmond l'.eftnins Co.. Fifteenth and Brown Streets PAINTER'? Wanted rainters Anply fore- 1 min. r.e* house*. Kcr.aiiKton Avenue tud ' T.iden Street. PHOTOGRAI'HKR?Photo finisher untM at once ' iouri aalarv. Write. statins what you can do Address Campbell A fVine'.al'.f: Main Strf?' ^-'arfo^W Va roR-rtits- ' PORTERS?Two good por tei*s wanted bv WEIS-; BERGER C 0 M PANY. | Steady positions. Apply MR.! RICHARDSON, Main Floor. J'ORTER ? WauiMi. a steailv. reliable print-j tnc ofllce Hurler < >n* who understands washlne nrcssi? Extra r?o.l salary for j richt wan Vlrcl nla Stationery i.'ompany. 1'RINTER wanted All-round man for country newspaper and lob work. State experience. salary exported, etc. Address 1. )>..?. care Times-rnspatch lll'LING MACHINE IKK I'Kits wanted. S hours work and best salary. Virginia Stationery Comwiny. Ninth and C.?ry .streets S.U.DS.MAN V.a nfil at once. Must luvii shoe and clothine experience. and one who desires steady position. Apply The l.vader. i box 1043 Hopewell. V a. SHIPPING CLERK?Wanted, a first-class j shipping clerk. .Must kn->w how to ship | and handle m.'ti AppIv Swift ?V Co j feALEa.MAN? W allien, salesman, easy, pleas* | ant. outdoor work; liberal pay. Oppor- ; tunlty fu." promotion. Also opening for a i jew hour'" work u day. Ill East Liroad Sireet SALESMEN?Two Rood shoe talesmen wantwl at once, permanent positions Aonlv Lurt Sh"e Co . :ipj East Hroad SALESMAN -Wanted, salesman lor station ery and oftleo supply business. Only those ?with experlenie need apply; Rood salary; permanent position. Apply The Franklin (-I' Petersburg. Va. TAILOR?Wanted. at once. experienced tailor ?.?? take charire of alterations on rnlliturv uniforms. Applv to Globe Depart tn?nt Store, Petersburg. Va TRACK TORBMBN?Wanted. six trade foremen for railroad construction work. Steadv employment to the riirht men. Hate Jo per day straight time. Write 1*. O lint 454. or apply in person Lexinitton Hotel. Newport News \ a. _____ V U I.CAN IZ E R ? Wanted. an experienced man to do vulrani/inc work. Newly equipped shop. Will pay irood salary to ri*ht man. Address C. T. Co.. care Mor gan Hotel Itanville. \'a MAN?Wanted, a man to stay In a store and I learn loo business. a .il. cars Times Dispatch II lil.f ? AMKU?r'h.1IAl,t;. a I IUNDBRV?Wanted. vounK ladles and sirli to work in our bindery, cifcht hours a day at a pleasant employment arid pood salary. Apply at once to Williams Printing Com pany. 11 North Fourteenth Street. BOOKKEEPER?Wanted ofnee assistant fa miliar with bookeoplnir and typewriting. Address K 515. cato Times-Dispatch. CLERKS?Government needs -'0,000 women clerks at Washington. Examinations everywhere in August. Experience unne cessary. Women desiring cuvernment posi tions write for free particulars to J. C. Leonard (former Civil Service Examiner), 691 Kenois Uuildlng. Washington. COOK?Wanted, a cook for the month of \uiruHt. Small family. Easy iob. Ap nlv Monday. ?'-2 l-"|ov<l Avenue. H omi.fy? PAPER BOX HELP. GIRLS wanted for paper box work on table and machines. Experienced and beginners. Short hours. Good pay, with bonus. Consolidated Paper Box Co., 407 East Canal Street. OIRLS?Wanted, both experienced and 1n experioncod ulrla for work In our bindery. Eljrht-hour day. Beat waved paid. Tha Hauirhman Stationery Co.. Bows and Mar shall Streets. nKLP WAXTKl)?FRMALE. 31 GIRLS?Wanted, nice white counter girls; good wages, including board. Chance for advancement. Inquire Rich mond Cafeteria, Seventh and Franklin Streets. HOl'SBKKKl'KK?Wanted, a mature houic keener tor permanent position supervisum Genera! housekeeping. Cood place (or year*. Apply Mr. t;. T. Faulkner. the Cohen C? LAUIKS-Wtultu, 8 ladies lo devote few hours each 'lay 111 Kast Uroad Street. l?A I'l KS to work on llcht hemstitching mu chine* run by power. Clean. light and prolitable employment. Beginners well paid The Acheson-llarden Co.. handkerchief niau ulacturers.It QMS Street. LADIES? Wanted, to call on druggists' cus tomers and demonstrate a household prep aration o! merit, a well-advertised line. Address li 3M. care Tlxnes-1ilspalch. I.AlilKS ? Wanted, four experienced ladles to travel and solicit orders in Virginia for an old and well-known corporation. Sal ary and expenses or liberal commission con tract Address, stating ace. experience and reieri nces 1'. O. jinx 2.1C. Suflolk. Va. L.AIJIKK wanted to take oro-rs; salary and commission. Address K ?1's cam Tlrnes Dlspateh. LAHV ? Bindery foreladv wanted If you have had lone bindery experience, know how the work should be done can manage those out under you. then here is an op portunity to get a good paving poMition See .Mr. Campbell at once at Whiltel <4 Stiepperaoti. II North Klithth SIr?-et. Nl'ltHK?Wanted, experienced white nurau lor small children living in Hichmond. Stale naine. act. referent es. Onod pay to rellaole person. Address U iOi. care Tunca uispatch. _ _ _ WAITRESS ? Experienced waitress. room and board. I.exingtoit Hotel. TOUNO L.ADIE8?P. H. & Br*. Branch, Twenty-alitb and Cary Streets, Deed experienced packers (younc ladies; oo ?Deed plu*. YOUNG LADIES AND GIRLS IF you are going to work, why not work in the NICEST PLACE and the place where you can make the MOST MONEY? WHITLOCK BRANCH, 23d and Main Sts. We can rive employment to young ladle* and girls between the aces of 14 and 30. and especially from 14 to It. A FAVORED CLASS OF WORKERS TO Richmond young women who are seeking a profes sion, we suggest looking into the present-day advantages of telephone operating. GOOD PAY. We pay you while learn- i ing, and the salaries are good from the start. Bet ter still, the increases are regular and frequent. PERMANENT POSITIONS, i The work is permanent and there are no lay-offs at slack times. For those who make good there are many opportunities for promo tion. IIIGH-GRADE WORK. I The work is pleasant, light, clean, interesting?and 0 real public service. Your associates are carefully se lected and congenial. WELL CARED FOR. The rooms in which you work are well lighted, airy and sanitary. The rest and recreation rooms are comfortable and well fur nished. Annual vacations with pay. A liberal benefit plan without cost. This is an unusual oppor tunity for ambitious young women between 16 and 25. Drop in and talk it over with Miss Via at Room 002, 709 East Grace Street, any time between 8:30 A. M. and 5:30 P. M. Her telephone num ber is Randolph 12000. A VOCATION TO BE PROUD OF. THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC TELEPHONE CO. OF VIRGINIA. MKI.P?MAliK Oft KKMALK. M BQOKKKEl'lR ? Wanted. *n assistant bookkeeper. Good chance for advance mont. Apply Swift Se Co. CI.KRKs? Hallway mull examinations Aug ust 10. 11,100 year. Samplo questions free. Franklla Institute, Dept. 474-F, Rochester) N. Y. CbUltKd?\9antea. immediately! Names j men. women, IS or over, wlshlnir to be come government rierks. 1100 month. 1* *01. car* Tlmes*JJl*Dfctch HKI.I'?MAI.K OK KfcS.MAL.IJ. BOOK KEEPBR-?Wanted. an expe rienced bookkeeper; man exempt from draft or a woman; salary from $100 to $150 per month; good posi tion for right party. Address E 312, rare Times-Dispatch. MEN AND WOMEN; WE can give regular employ ment in our factories at good wages to additional men and women both on day work and from o P. M. to 10 P. M. Can also use GO young men who will be given a course of work in the factory at good wages and from whom selections will be made for traveling salesmen as they prove capable. Young men with past grocery experience preferred. Apply at factory, Eighth and Perry Streets, South Richmond. THE SOUTHERN MANU FACTURING CO. PHOTOGRAPHY- Wall'"-!, man or Udv ?-\ Dtrl'-ncfil in t.hotocraphic worn, * raulJ primer iiffcrrei! nu nhoto anil state salary \\ight s? n l q A 'l'-'ista. G? PRESS KBRDERS Boya "r clrln wanlftl to learn to f? ?<i icjl> pre?s..s A cood clianco to learn a tra.1" A Duly at one* to Mr. Campbell. Whittet K ."rteppcrson. 11 North Kl-hih Str""i _ TEACHKKS WANT K IJ~ Math. science. Ens lnh. French tl'iu montn R?ference? re quired. 1~ HI. car<s Times-Dispatch. \UUNU ladies, men and boys can obtain pleasant and profitable employment in our modern plant. Good pay. Bo nuses. Dining-room and other conveniences. British-Ameri can Tobacco Company, 900 N. Lombardy Street. situations* \vA.\im)?mai.u. :u ACCOUNTANT-?Wanted. expert i'u#l ki - i xununi deairea position with rauutahie firm Now employed. l.ut desire* to nuiit a char.ee. Addrts* U i4T. caiu Times-Uis ps t ? h Cl.KllfCAI.? V'.unif man :(?> of a?c. now ?>m. ployed. wants - clerical position Can furnish l eft references. a liustl-t and wlllinir to work hard !or promotion Will buy stoi.k not to exceed irt.u'JO. with service. J i.is. ? are Tini'-sl'iSPatcli MANAGER?Wunted situation A hard working farm manager wishes to make a (hunce at once: single. a;;e J*j. experienced in tenoral l.rmltu' and working colored labor. Strictly cibcr anil do not smoke cigarettes. ur?r gloves or a handkerchief urounil my neck in tho Held. Address l. h'l. carp Tlmes-1 dspatch MAN?General ort1? e man with H years' business experience. a years accounting and auduini:. capable of managing ottic- and correspondence. desires to ir.ahe change ac count conditions made by war Ago iii. fqinllv. C care l imes-1 Uypatch }| AiNAOKU?llarilitaro nun. >eitr> years' experience, desires connection as mm keer or a aid slant manager with reputable Orm. Unless you need competent man duli't answer I. AT rare Times- fiispa t ch PRINCIPAL?Wanted, correspond with trus tees desiring school principal or superin tendent. Slate certillcale. College ynd uni versity training Many years' experlrne-. W H. Albrichi Ph M A. M . I.iberty. N. C. SALESMAN OR OKKICE WORK?Gentleman over draft age desire* position In office or salesman to retai: tr.ule Satisfaction cu?r anteed or no j:a>. Address 1, bw, care Tiinei Diapatch. SITI ATKINS \\ A.XTHI)?KK>1 A I.K. :W ] OFFICE WORK--Youni: lauv with several | years' experience in (reneral oillce work desires sition KIH>-icnt ar.d minni'luii typist. Can assist on books. E 604. care 1iii:* s-Dlsoat ch. j SCHOOI<?Wanted country school by expe rienced. eneriiPtlc Christian ladv. Refer-1 ento, testimonial: Kood disciplinarian 1. ?>". ran- Tunes-1 )is: .i ;? h SODA n.ERK -Y"Uiia . 1 ? r?-r? P"Sltion to cart- for soda fountain in *lruir store or restaurant.. 1'hone Madison utter f. I' ??. t.AOY?Elderly ladv dmir's position In ho nl to take charse ?>r linen room or to superintend rooms, or as .??sis;ani house keeper or mother's helper. I. S7I>. care 'I ime?-Dispat?h FiyAXCIAL lltSI.VKSS (II'I'OIIII MI1I.S. .10 A U I'UMOIil I.E ACCESSORIES?A ^rowlr.K u'iioniob:l? tire and accessory business for sale lit 6'Ji West Hroad Street. Will sell sloc't and fixtures dollar for dollar. Reason for selling. owner has other business and I?. unable to Kive time to both. HOTEL, for sale. Now open and running in close proximity to largo cantonment lust beini: established. Only those mi'tninii busi ness need write. I'aul J. Ilarrinycr. San furtl. N. C. KESTAl'RANT for sale in Newport News. V# . where millions in cash are being spent, and where monev is so easy to make Copulation has doubled in past year and Immense future growth Is assured. Restau rant business, splendid location on principal business street, lone lease: low rental: onlv $7.SCO cash Owner states it will pav JlO.OnO a year. 'I he lease is worth the price. Onlv restaurant tor sale here Great demand f?>r more. Just come and see. Wire our ex pense when vou arrive. Sommervillo Trust Co.. Newport News. Va. I'ORE?Kor sule. 5. 1" and 2uc store, fully equipped: beautiful room; good location. Reason for selling. other busiless ie<|tur,s all of owner's attention. Address i, t.^5. care Times-Dispatch. MII.V BV I'll l.O A .\?I 'll A'r'I'IOI.W. :iy MONEY FOR COAL Buy your Winter's supply or coal NOW and Insure comfort for yourself and family us well as a saving of money. This applies equally to Clothing. Furniture, and other necessities which you can buy at much lower prices to-day than yuu will haw to pay a month or two later. We Will Make You a Loan to-day at lowest legal rates. No Company can give you rates or terms any better than our Company. Whether you need $16 or JliiO, it will pay you lo open your account with us. Our service Is strictly confidential, prompt and safe. This Company is Licensed by the State of Virginia, and Is under tho supervision of the Stale Banking Dept. STANDARD CREDIT CO., 212 North Fourth Street, Second Floor. Phone Madison 3072. $16?LOANS?$200 ON HOUSEHOLD GOOJJS. PIANOS (WITH OUT REMOVAI.) AND SALARIES AT A I'KW HOURS' NOTICE. CONFIDENTIAL. EASY PAYMENTS. u Borrow $ 24, pay on principal J2 per mo. Borrow t M, pay on principal per mo. Borrow t SO. pay on principal $5 per mo. Borrow $luO. pay on principal $S per mo. LEGAL RATES?Licensed Under supervision State Bank Examiner. Cotne In lo-duy. our manager will willingly advise and heln you with vour financial matters. You will tlnd private ofllces. CITIZENS LOAN SOCIETY, 417 EAST BROAD STREET. Room No. 10, Sacond Floor. Phone Randolph 1406. 'BORROW on your watches, diamonds and jewelry from the Eoultable Loan Society, 126 North Eighth Street. Do You Know the Address? If you know your prospect's name and address you can send him a letter or a tele pram. You can reach thous ands of people interested In positions, buying, selling, ex change. and many other things through the Want Ads in The Times-Dispatch. 'I hey are read by thous ands of people in Richmond and throughout the State. Call RANDOLPH 1. TIMES-DISPATCH WANT ADS Are Result Producers. KV TO I.C1AX?CHATTKI.S. 38 | LEGAL RATE LOANS -ox Personal Property of All Kinds Interest on $ 5.00 is 25c ?? $10.00 " 50c " $15.00 " 75c " $25.00 " $1.25 " $50.00 " $2.50 Seaboard Security Company (Phone Madison 4312), 10S North Seventh Street MONEY TO LOAN At Legal Rates to Salaried People and Householders. Easy Payment Plan. BENEFICIAL LOAN ASSO., Inc., 402Vi East Marshall Street. Phone Randolph 2975. itt-JAi. i :n t a i i-: i.<>a \ s. AION1SY lo lend on real estate. Kuffln & Sii'Hn. Is North Kiuhili Street. MONBY? We ioan money lor you or 10 you. >1 T Miches'.n /i INSTRUCTION III v|l ,VI? DAMIvt.. DimiA IH. 43 L>.\.-.v_i.su uugai a.1 ClieU* Academy Tues day and Friday r.lchis- Aj*di*oo 44jj LI I E STOCK IHH.S. C.VI'.S, I*UTS. 411 BOSTON bUTTC TURRIBH?For sale, prlze ii?u?-r. Can be ?>eii after 2 o'clock Sun <lav. ?;?);! Won ?'ia\ Street. 11 l)U>l-A ? ?> rii.l'.. > l-.lllLLl-;s. 47 (JOA'iS ? I'or sale, Swish Tojrcenburcs milk uud.s Two bucks three months old. la-lti pure. naturally hornless. i twculaie color. >.j _S lt?^i-rn. irwiJiiniur. N. I*. ilv ? l-'?>r wale, fix ir.io.l all-round Horses aualif'1 to anv kind ol work. An ?>lv lo Hilliurd'ji Ice l'liiiu. 2l<l& 1" Street. Sold <>n account ol inability to Ket driver* liORSBSi?For sale. extra line oair of work nurse a richt out "I hurd work. .Must bo Rniu. "j12 Car y jsireet. rhono .iiadi S'HI ?'<?? CKULl Ma ill. lis. N .) Crull. '.'1-' Kaat Cary. ilULCHKKS sl'AULES, U- Nortr Fifth street. VXUUl.SlAft Ktl-lAllLi; iIA^AAK, WOLF .fc BROOKS. YOU will tind plenty !ior<-e? tnil mules, second-hand wagons. buggies and harness fur sale dally. Auction days. Tuesday and Saturday. Bring us your surplus slock. Wa will sell them (or > ou, and >ou can gel >uur money name day. 1 S0> -11 Bast Franklin Street. Phono Madixon 52S4. MERCHANDISE HI'SI MOSS \OTlCKS. -K. T Sully. 503 lirook Avenue, and ham*!-' repaired. Mart. OMS JEWELERS Cocke .v C ?S: r-ot. niilro.nl watch LOCKSMITH and 1)^11 hancer. W. Martin. '.'0 North ThirdSir<?--t. Kan. 10.14. SIIOKS SHINED?Six tickets. 25c: shoes re paired. Comfort Sho?? ''p.. 70S E Main. HLM.M^i ?-;tMniK.\T. 61 CAS ARC I.AMI'S NATIONAL GAS APPLIANCE CO. en w .Mam Rao. lns-isso S.AKte.S THAT* AltlJ hAKK. BARNES S.KIl AND VAULT CO.. Rich mond. Va SAKB5. r L. N. COOKE SAKE AND LOCK CO Rirnmond. Va CUT-RATbi AWNINU PRICES. CALL for estimates Southern Tent and Awning Co. 20S West l)r??i Mart. 73y7. _ ?CI?. I'l'Kl. AM* rtilil). M CO A L?The best lump and splint coal. H. Tyler &? Ryan, 1001 West Cary. Randolph 3017 Mailmon 11>7 &. i.;mii) THixus to eat. 65 ICE CllKA M?If you want the best, glvo Chun. Siiwyour'i creama test. Kan. S8 3-. ICE CU13AM?A Sanvour's peach crcamiii ih- b?-tit yet: try it. Mart. 1150. ICE CKEAM?Wynne's Ice crcatn tastes best. "1'ls best. Madison 3510. HOISKIIOLI) tiOODS. 57 FURNITI'RE?llovrt H. Cobb buys and sells furnwure and household touus. .'Ou West ? Broad. I KITCHEN utensils*, cninaware in variety. ? household woods of every description tor sale privately at Apartment 1'7. Uresham i Court. MAIltiCSANY desk, chairs, rockers, porch turnitur<- and swing. sewing machine i Kitchen table. chairs. ire* rue. small ! dresser. Apply Apartment 4. Stratford i Court. j i 1 >LlStl ?C it.ll-'i o Lul'AL I'lAN'O 1'OLISII WILL MAKE YOUR PIANO LOolv LIKE I NEW. TRY A BOTTLE TO-DAY. A. &. CRAFTS PIANO CO.. 21S Kult'l'U SECUXU 1 ST It DEV. AL'i.i'l LK.N'li gu> machine. Lcdgcrwood X). J. D. D. hoisting engine. Water tanks, track, anil wagon scales, belting, pulleys, shafting, hangers, planers, lath mills, edg ers, laundry machinery, 16-Inch terracotta pipe, boilers ami engines. Guaranteed con ditio" I Hliifonl A; Co. MOTORS ? for sale, several motors In good condition. Virginia Stationery Co. Inc. MISCKLLANt.m >?KOK SALE. 5U liooKS?New and old books, bought, sold and exchanged. 21*. Nnrtii Kift h SI reet. 11 AGS. bans, bags Shipping wheat. Dixie Hag Co.. !<01 I:vrd Street. Fl'ltNlTliRE. new and second-hand. for less than half price. 612 East Marshi*J_l. OIL .VIO V ES?'itio i-'lureme VVickiess "oil Stove sold only by It. E. liurka Co., St.'. West Hroail Street. SONGS?Is tlie Kaiser a superman'.' It's all explained 111 "Where Do the Dead Go." the marvelous theory that is causing a sen sition everywhere. S.-nd 20 cents for your copy. Wheat Publishing Company, 612 Full e r Hull ill lie. l'hlli ulel i > h Ijj^ TENTS, olil ami new. all sizes, for sale or r<-nl. camping parties or other purposes. Also Scout equipment, including O, D. suits, khaki suits, haversacks, leggings, puttees, etc. L Rosa & Co., Stemheimer Hros., pro prietors. Randolph 131*2. 420 Brook Ave nue t 'it v. WAGONS?llackL ?y farm wagons. Havo money at llrlstow's. Get tny prices before huvlng 1.1-III Nortli Eighteenth. WAGON'S?Old Hickory farm wagons, ona and two-haraa old price. Tboa. H. Duka & Co.. 804 lirook Avenue. M USICA 1? INSTIlt'MlCNTS. 60 PIANOS. A number of rebuilt pianos, most as rood as i.ew. All guaranteed, at prices from $100 to $250, rn easy terms. Colonial Piano Corporation, 105 East Broad. RECORDS, cylinder. Edison. 10c. Buy and sell. Manly 13. .Ramos. Seventh near Franklin. SKED8. PLANTS, FBHTIHZKHS. ?l DUO killer potatoes and vines. 15c. Kim Chain Store*. 1*17 East Main Street. ? i \\ a.nvioi>?misi;kli.a.mkou?. 64 CLOTHING?Hlgheni prices paid tor i?c ond-hatul clothing Phono >1 adlaon 3326. DIAMOND?If vou have a diamond to buy. sell, exchango or remount, or old gold to sell or exclmnsc. bring It to J. T. Allen & Co.. Jewelers. Fourteenth mid Main Streets. FEATHEHS?Spot cash Tor leathers and eecond-nand furniture. Heard. Mail. 6307. FURNITURE?Cash tor your second-hand furniture, any <iuantity. Madl<on 2341. FURNITURE?Wanted. good used furni ture. any quantity. lJest prico paid. Phono Madison li>06. FURNITURE?Wanted, to buy new and second-hand furniture for cash. Randolph 676T __ 1 Kl'KNITUKK?We lake old furniture in ex change lor new. Knight Fumiiuro Co.. 1 420 Hull. J U N K?We buy nil old lunk. pay best prices Hlclunond Iron and Metal Co.. 11 25_Nlcholeoy f^roet^ it<y? ?*?*.? ... KHAl'SG iUTO W?BCKINO AND METAL CO.. buyers of old automobiles, metals and mailunery Twentieth and Main Streets. I'KEllLKSS CLEANER AND POLISHER? Use after staining >our floor; it keeps the fluui and furniture looking new. Vaughan's. Madison lot PIANOS. furniture, household goods bought, ?old. exchanicvd. Anderson's. liroad at First. Madison 1031. TEETH?Cash for old raise teeth. Don't matter if brokeu. 1 pay t~ to S26 per set; ?lso cash tor old gold. silver, platinum, dental gold and old gold Jewelry, will semi cash by return mall and will hold goods 10 days tor sender's approval of iny price. .Mall lo L. Ma/.er. 20U7 South Fifth Street. Phila i.-luhia. i'a. WOOL?Wool growers, ship your clip to oa. Obtain maximum prl-en and save expenses. Old \ irglnla Hide and Wool Company, llli East Carv Street. HIGHEST cash prices ror diamonds, old false teeth, gold, silver and platinum. E. C. Meyer Jewelry Co., 21 West Broad Street. ROOMS AMD BOARD !<Miljis I'oit r>;.vi?i''in.uMii t>. 7o | KHANKLIN. B 115?Iteautlfully lurmsbed rooms, with or without private bath. FRANK I.IN ST.. lis E.?For subleasing Au gust 1, unturnlshed two rooms mid bath, with extra lurce closet. Apartment 1. Can be_seen any tunc Sunday. IkaMv l.l.N 61.. ?>. ? llanusoiuely fur nished rooms v tip private bath. Zuu LmI K' ? n 11 n HIGH LAN I) 1'AItK?To business woman. large airy room. Highland l'ark. Light housekeeping or iiomu board, Phone Madi so n it ? 51 - W. MAIN ST.. W 212?Furnished rooms, steam ! ileat. 1'hone Handolph 3t>ti3-W. | SiON I 1CBL.L.W IIOTGL. IK North Eighth, absolutely flrst-cla?s. Rooms. 60c. 76c. tl ri-iiiv ta to 17 weekly. \ I Ro i.MA ilo 1 1.1.. 101 Norm Kignth Street. Kooms. obc. Tic. SI per day; S3 lo tlO per ?week. itoiiMs \?riu no a at p. 7a FRANKLIN ST.. W. i'O?Flral-class accom modations; rooms wuh or without board; evening dinners: individual tables. OK ACE Street. 916 West?Large comfortable rooms, also ballroom, with board. Miss Portion. TlllltD ST.. S. 109?Delightful modern home Uentrall for boarders; individual tables, evening dinner. Transients not wish ing to stop at hotel will llnd select homelike surroundings. Detached house. spacious porches and lawn. HOOM ? Nice large room on third floor, with bath. Call .Madison l?6b. ROOMS?Nicu large front rooms on second floor, close to bath. Good home couktng. Call Madison HfiS-W. lllb \\ ?JliS 1'BK. CLAY. B. lOH-lulO?Rooms and board, ab solutely ttrst-cia-sa; central; hot-water heated; prices very reasonable. Madison j ZiZS cui.vnt* uu.iuu. 73 ASIll.tN'U. VA.? Good place to spend your summer: lovely home, airy rooms, porches. | shady lawn; good family table; every con vetil'-nte Mrs. James 11. Harrln. Box 373. HUl'STON. VA.?Wanted, summer board ers Pleasai.t country home For terms etc. write Mrs. II W. Carter. Houston. Va. GREENWOOD. VIRGINIA?The Greonwood House has opened for summer guests Juno "0. Greenwood la situated high in the Blue 1 Ridge Mountains of Virginia. In Albemarle I County, on C. Ac O R. R.; beautiful nioun ! tain scenery, mineral water, best couutry I fare, amusements, dancing, tennis, mountain climbing, etc. For particulars, apply to Mrs M S. Harris. Greenwood House. Green wood. Va. REAi7eSTATE~FORREIsf AI'AHT.MI-:Vrs AM> KLA'I'S. 10 GKb'SllA.M COURT ? Bachelor furnished apartment for short or long term. Phone Madison -601 or Madison 69[2. GROVE AVE.. 2401-A?Wanted, to rent to couple without children a desirable six room corner Hat Possession September 1. Apply I'lQj-A tirove Avenue. THIRD. N..117?Five rooms, bath, modern. Open for inspection. S3b monthly. Ran dolph 3278. A PA II T.Hi :>TS?K l' It .MMI KD. 77 APARTMENT?For rent, furnished apart ment for July and August, bedroom, sit tlng room and bath. Phone Randolph 'J2& I iiT-rniima ! MARSHALL. 16 E. ? Housekeeping furnished ' flat; rooms, gas range, running water. HOI MPS FOIt UliXT. 70 FOR RENT ESPECIALLT DESIRABLE RESIDENCE lioa Grove Avenue. 10 ruonia, 3 baths; win ter's supply of hard coal already in. Rent ITS uer month. A. 51. Gover. 22 North Ninth. Htll'SKS?Ft II NISH 101). Ml FURNISHED \V>?t End homo, two months: seven rooms and bath. J. A. Connelly & Co. Mudliion 33t?l. UKI<itU& A >11 ui-.-?lv l.iltl.11, OFFICES tor rent. A. M. Gover. 22 North Ninth Street. OFFICES DESIRABLE offices for rent in modern fircjiroof office build ing. All conveniences. Call or address Kooai 308, Times Dispatch Building. S I QItlOS \.M? \\ Altl^lHlLilbS. H3 M AKTINSVI LLE. VA.?For rent, modern store hojse. in one of the bem towns In the South. Size. 27x7S feci. 2 stories. Fix tures co with building. Located on prin cipal business street. Splendid opportunity fur an up-to-iiatn dry cooda store, or for most unv ki.nl of mercantile business. For particulars, address T. Q. Burch Corpora tion. Martinsvllle. Va. RRU'K s'oro corner Twenty-seventh and P Streets. Church Mill. In splendid condition anil very reasonable rental to desirable tenant. Rex O. Jones Co.. Inc.. Ifi North Eighth Street. \ AtA'l lu V HOMKit. t>a G1.AUI0 SPRINGS?Washington Springs Ho^ tel. Glade Springs. Va- Located In the mountains of Virginia.. Altitude 2.200 feet. Pure freestone water. Good things to eat. Fine place to sleep aad rest. Rales reason able; MOUNTAIN VIEW ? Wanted. boarders: three-.luarters inllo from Oordonaville. Terms. J:i6 tier month. Children half price. Mrs. A. C. Smith. Oordonsvllle. Va. OCKA.N \V AVE Col I'AUti. Ocean View. Va.. between First and Second Avenues, water front- On car line. Will open May 2i 8do. ctal evening dlr.ners. Mrs. Myrtle Ander ?on. Pron. WAiVI'MII?TU It K .N'P. 87 1IOM E--Wanted, furnished home or house In vicinity of Richmond College, at 'West hampton Statu number of rooms and terms. Younu couple: no children. A 301. care Times- Pi-match. ROOMS? Wanted, furnished rooms with pri vate bath or small apartment for light housekeeping. Young couple; no children. Location near car line or Wcsthampton pre ferred. Reasonable price. E ?>46. care I inies-Dlspatch. FURNISHED apartments or small house on west side Room 7 2.1Hue Cera] I o t eI. ltl:AL li,Vl A'rii l''OH It KMT. 1>7-.V SALEM ? Heautiful homo: cleht rooms, completely lurnished; fine garden; only per month. John E. Walker. Salem, Va. LIST your property for salo or rent with us. I,. T. Branch. K32 East Main Street. Room X \VB can promptly tecuro you a (jood tenant for your houses. Chewnlng & Boxley. J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO/s" now rent list and loan money awaitlnE you. Phone Huilia.'ii 101 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE IIOUSKS KOti SAl.K. 80 HIGHLAND PARK?See 1903 First Avenue, Highland Park. Make offer. Nonresident. Pugh. box 16b. Newport New. V*. HOME?Buy your home now. Phone Muhle man & Kavhoe to-<lay. Madison 7173. HOMES?I have some nice homes on Clav Street to veil to colored people on long time. Walter Sohaaf. Central National Bldg. LOTS Ft)it SALE. 80 NEWPORT NEWS A^ND OLD POINT? Nonresl.fent has number o? lots In New port News and Old Point development which he desires to sell, snd will accept almost any reasonable offer. Would like to have offer. Terms nil cash, or >10 to <21 down, balance monthly Installments 16 to 110. Apply B 321. care Times-Dispatch. I,AXO.S A7VO KARM? FOR SALE. 01 A1.HKMARI.G CO.?For sale. four of t ha best stock and Brain farms In Albe marle County. V*. A? the man??r h iti be.-n lira ft <"d It muit be sold. For price and full description. address ritts & Bogus. Scottwvlllo. V?. FARMS?We sell farms. W. 8. Robinson & <'?> real ulatr and loans. 716 K. rranalln JAMES River colonial plantation at about value of Improvements. Pollard & IlaRby. 85 A<*R KS ?Farm for sale: good house. larc orchard: live miles from Richmond, half mile from electric car. Convenient to Seven Pines Price. 18.000. Will sell 25 ucres. 'Will consider best Offer made bv August 10 Blrchurd. Highland Springs. Va. . SI'lllltHA.V KOK SALi; ?:i HARTON Heights homt for sale. J. C. An derson A- i'o . HP, Kast Franklin. FAIR OAKS? (iood six-room house, two lots. Fair Oaks, on the 16.000.000 government reservation. S1.5U0. Hllss lilack. 3 411 Gait (lav Street. Richmond. Randolph 5038-J. HIGHLAND SPRINGS ? Six-room house. large piece of land, tine water and shade. A bargain at Si.Son. Large store for rent. I'1* nw^ll*. Springs.' SA 1.10 Oil Ituvr. ?4 STORE?Church Mill, three living rooms, stable. J. A. Connelly ft Co.. .Mad. JJiil. PROPERTY ? For farm and city, see C. L. & 11. L. I)cn?on. 807 East Main Street. RICHMOND TRUST & SAVINGS CO.. Real Estate Dept.. Seventh and Main. | SPECIAL, attention paid to collection of rents and supervision of rental property. Prompt returns made. Harrison & liaiea. 7 j North Eleventh fitroet. Madison I51&. SAL.ES. LOANS. RENTS?Elam Sc Funsten, illi r.axi. .Main Street. SALES. RENTS. LOANS. CITL AND COUN | TRY PROPERTY ? Vauehan-Whlteliurst Co.. Inc. U A.\ I t-.l> UKA L KS TA I'K. t*J FARMS WANTED. IF you have a farm for sale write us for necessary listing blanks. We Ret results. Morton LI. ThaJhlmer, Farm Department, Richmond. Va. FLAT?Wanted. to buy modern flat In West End on good street. Small detached brick preferred allii separate entrance, etc. G f>?0. care Times-Dlsuatch. FLATS?Wanted, to buy modern five or six room flats. West End. on paved avenue. Statu lowest cash price. Address J 500. care Times-Dispatch. HOPEWELL. V A. ? List vour property vrlth Bryant Realty and Insurance Co.. inc. LET us pecnr<* you a tenant for your vacant property. Crutchfleld & Co. LIST your suburban nomes for sale or rent wr'th While /ir Co. LIST your West End lots for sale with W. E. Ptirrell. Jr.. Co.. Inc.. l')14 East Slain. LIST jour properly for rent or for sal* with Chnpln ft Hume. LIST your farm and city property with us. Garrett & Co.. 1112 KTwst Main. LIST >our farms and rental property with llee Bros.. 13.-2 Hull Street. Madison 6380. WE sell real estate at auction everywhere. Atlantic Coast Realty Co . Petersburg. It KA L KS I'ATE KOK SALE. 91 FOR ooine bargains, see MooreUeld Si lilak*. Inc.. Nrrtn Eighth Srreet. TI.MUER?Tract of small growth oak timber unencumbered to acll cheap, or will trade for encumbered city property. On railroad. A 630. care Times-Dispatch. AUCTION?LEGAL AULTlim ftAl.tf.S. DY H. T. RICHESON & CO. AND CRUTCH FIELD & CO. Trustees' Auction Sale of Brick Dwelling No. 206 Main Street, Between Second and Third Sts. In execution of a certain deed of trust to the undersigned dated Janu ary G. 1912, recorded in the clerk's of fice, Richmond Chancery Court, in D. 1J. 214-H, page 439; default having been made in the payment of a part of the debt therein secured, and being required set to do by the beneficiary tinder ttald deed, we will sell by public auction, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY. JULY 31, 1918, at 5 o'clock P. M.. the real entate described in said deed as follows: That certain lot of land together with the brick dwelling designated as No. 206 anil all other improvements theredn and appurtenances thereto belonging, lying and being In tho city of Rich mond, Va., on the north side of Main Street, between Second and Third streets, and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the said northern line of Main Street, dis tant 84 feet 9 1-2 inches cast of the eastern line of Second Street: thcnce running eastwardly along and front ing on the northern line of Main Street 27 feet 1 1-2 inches to a point opposite the center of the partition wall be tween the dwelling on the property hereby conveyed nnd that adjoining on the east: thence running norlhwnrdly and through the center of said parti tion wall. 104 feet 8 inches, more or less, to an alley in the rear; thence running westward))* along the south ern line of said alley 31 feet 7 Inches; thence running southwardly 41 feet 7 inches; thence eastwardly 4 feet 7 inches, more or less; thence south wardly 63 feet 1 Inch to the northern line of Main Street, the point of be ginning. TERMS: Cash. H. T. RICHESON. F. L. CRUTCH FT ELD. Trustees. | X. H.?The auctioneers will be pre pared to make a reasonable loan to any purchaser of the nhove property. High Constable's Sale I will sell by public auction, on SATURDAY, THE 27TH DAY OF JULY, 1918, 10 o'clock A. M? at Capitol Street entrance to City Hall the following property, to satisfy an execution (Antrim & Son vs. L. A. Bradley) in my hands: One Maxwell Automobile. TERMS: Cash. W. H. WYATT. JR.. H. C? C. R. W. S. ROBINSON & CO., Real Estate Auctioneers, 715 East Franklin Street. TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE OF Valuable Lot of Land 171x120. ON SOUTH LIKE OF CHAF FIN STREET. AT THE CORNER OB' DAVIS AVENUE. In execution of a deed of trust, dated February 15, 1917, and recorded in the clerk's office of the Chancery Court of Richmond, in D. B. 243-B. page 173, default having been made in the pay ment of the sum of money therein se cured. and being required by the l*ene tlclary so to do, I will sell at public auction, on the premises, on MONDAY. JULY 29, 1918, AT 0 O'CLOCIC P. M.. the following described real estate: That lot of land, in the city of Rich mond, Va., on the southern lln? of chaffin Street, between Davl^ Avenue and Elm Street, and bounded as fol lows: Beginning at the southeastern corner of Davis Avenue and ChafTin Street, thence running eastwardly along and fronting on the southern line of Chaffin Street 171 feet, and ex tending back southwardly from said front, between the eastern line of Duvls Avenue and a line parallel therewith 120 feet to an alley 18 feet wide. TERMS OF SALE: For cash as to so much of the proceeds as may be nec essary to defray the expenses of exe cuting this trust, Including a trustee's commission of 5 per c^nt on tho gross proceeds of sale, and all taxes, levies and w ratable proportion of the taxes and levies for thts calendar year, and to pay off and discharge the sum of $500, with interest, from the 17th day of August, 1917, until paid, and any balance to be secured as directed by the party entitled to the equity of redemption in said land, and in the absence of such direction, said balance to be Becured In auch manner as said trustee shall deem proper, or all ca?h, at the option of the purchaser. W. S. ROBINSON. . Trustee. Al/CTIOX SALES. 99 BY H. T. RICHESON ft CO.. Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers. COMMISSIONERS AUCTION SALK OF* THAT MOST DELIGHTFUL. AND CONVENIENTLY LOCATED 3-Story Brick Dwelling On the South Side of Grove Ave. BETWEEN HARRISON AND MORRIS STREETS. AND KNOWN AS 1103 Grove Avenue Id execution of a decree of Henrico Cointtr ir? cause pt "Edith Grant Draper. Guardian, etc.. vs. Walter 1C. Grant. Jr., et als.," en tered on the 25th day of July, 1318, the undersigned Special Commissioner therein appointed will offer for sale by public auction, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY. JULY 31, 1918, at 6 o'clock I*. M., the above mentioned real estate: The dwelling contains twelve rooms besides two baths and lavatory. Lot" fronts 3">xM9 1-2 feet to an alley. There is a large double garage on the premises with servant's room above. This Is one of the most substantially I built dwellings in the West End, con veniently arranged, and with a few al terations will make a most delightful home, or this property can easily be converted into small modern flats, which will rent readily and prove a | profitable Investment, as there is great demand for such In this locality. This sale presents a rare opportunity to the home seeker, investor and specu lator. and should be well attended. TERMS: One-third of the purchase money In cash and the residue in three equal instalments payable respectively at 6, 12 and IS months from date of sale. The credit Instalments to be evi denced by notes of the purchaser with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, and the title of the property to be retained until the whole of the pur chase money is paid and a conveyance directed by the court, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. R. E. PEYTON. JR., Special Commissioner. In the clerk's office of the Circuit CoUrt of the County of Henrico: Edith Grant Draper, Gdii Plaintiff Against Walter E. Grant. Jr., etc Defendant I hereby certify that the bond in the above-styled suit has been duly given. Given under my hand as clerk of the said court, this 26th day of July, 1918. SAMUEL P. WADDILIi, _____ Clerk. BY R. B. CHAFFIN & CO.. INC., Real Estate Auctioneers, Richmond, Va. TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALB of rii Valuable River Farm IN MECKLENBURG COUNTY, VA. Acting under a deed of trust exe cuted by E. A. Schubert and wife, duly recorded in the clerk's office of the Cir cuit Court of Mecklenburg County, Va., on the 13th day of March, 1917, in D. T. B. 12. pages 68-70, default havlns: been made In the payment of certnin money therein secured, and being so required by the note-holder, we will sell by public auction at Bracy, a sta tion on the Seaboard Air Line Railway In said county, on TUESDAY, THE 10TH DAY OF JULY 191S, AT 2 P. M. The property described In said deed as follows, viz.: "All that tract or parcel of land, with all Improvements thereon, situ ated in Mecklenburg County, Va., In South Hill Magisterial District, on the north side of Roanoke River, between Miles and Flat Creeks, containing 521 acres, more or less. Said lands adjoin the lands now or formerly of Charles T. Reekes, James Harris, Alexander Bustard and Jane C. Priest. Is bounded on the south by Roanoke River, on the west by Miles Creek." About 250 acres of fine river bottom land, about 150 acres of cleared high land and the re mainder In wood and timber. Com fortable dwelling and usual outbuild ings. TERMS: Cash as to the expenses of executing this trust, including any taxea duo, and the proportion of 1918 taxes as of day of sale, and to pay $4,500 of principal secured in said deed, with interest thereon from the 12th day of January, 1917, to the day of set tlement bv the purchaser at this sale. But this 'sale is made subject to a prior deed of trust, dated January 12, 1917. w?corded in said office in 1). T. R. No. 12, pages 63-65. now on said prop erty, securing eleven first mortgage real estate gold notes of $500 each, dated January 12, 1917 (with interest thereon from July 12, 1918.), and pay able on the 12th day of January, 1922. at the American National Bank of Richmond, in the city of Richmond, Va., and authenticated by the certifi cate of the trustee in said deed. Said interest payments are represented by coupons for $15 each, attached to each of said notes, which come due on the 12th day of January and July of each year and me also payable at said American National Bank. All notes and coupons being signed by said E. A. Schubert. And if there bo any surplus of purchase money the same shall be payable in cash. AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY. Trustee. BY CHAI'IN As HUME AND , POLLARD & BAG BY, Real Estate Auctioneers. COMMISSIONERS' SALE OF THAT AT TRACTIVE FRAME DWELLING FRONTING CHIMBORAZO PARK, NO. 330S EAST BROAD STREET. In execution of a decree of the Chan cery Court of the City of Richmond, Va., entered on the 22nd day of July, 191S, In the suit of C. E. Blankenship vs. George W. Walford's Executrix et ala., the undersigned commissioners, appointed thereby, will offer for sale at public auction, on the premises, oa MONDAY, JULY 29, 1918, at 5:30 o'clock P. M.. the above described property. The dwelling has eight rooms and heating plant and other modern con veniences, and Is In very good order. The lot fronts 30 feet on the north side of IJroad Street, between Thirty-third and Thirty-fourth sstreets, and has a depth of 160 feet to an alley in com mon. On account of the beautiful lo cation. fronting Chlmborazo Park, we heartily commend it to home-seekers. There is not much property of this character on the market. TERMS: One-third cash; and resi due in two equal installments at one and two years from date of sale, evi denced by notes, and purchaser to exe cute interest notes for interest on said installments from date of sale, payable semiannually, and title to be retained until all purchase money Is paid and a conveyance ordered by the court; or for all cash, at the option of the purchaser. The purchaser will be required to carry $2,500 fire Insurance uatU all purchase money Is paid. JOHN B. WELSH. J. JORDAN LEAKE, Special Commissioners. I certify that the bond required by the above decree of the special com missioners has been duly given. Olven under my hand this 23rd day of July, 1918. Teste: , CHARLES O. SAVTLLE. Clerk. REAL ESTATE?FON tT~P7A, Rent List Containing desirable apartment* and dwtUlnsa, Call or pbon* for on?. BUTTON fe CO* i