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HOOF I'AlXTl.Vft X HEPAmiXfi. 27 - A KOOK?Waiter K. Leiily. 3 North Twentieth atriet. .ViuUlsun All kinds ol ivuIi "?I'llrcO and pulnled at rcusonabl? |>rli'?>. A.l work guaranteed 2 years or more. Dt **t>erlen<-ed men taim>ri\<; a \i> pitkssixg. -w TAILORBr-Hturnun & Co.* t> 10 North Fifth, i Vou urn Invited to ctill. whether business ?r not. Kan. 56t>3. __ W AI,t 1'APKH. 2SA I DECORATORS?Interior anil exterior deco rators. Above all we are t ho lowest In 5Ji? . Churl-'i White. 316 North H'*nrv. PAPERH ANGING and paWillnK. call Mad ihuii oiEconomy \l all paper Co., 1X9 nv.. '??? sif.-t rAPKIt?When you set reridv to palter vour ..JLH1''11 *; '"all A T. DunnInulon. Han. 111*0, PAPBRIN(i?lUvo vour naperimi done bn? tore the rush. We carry the most select lint. Wuitfr B. Frayeed & Co.. 204 North 1 it'h Str?et. WA1X PAPERS. dainty, nt moderate prices. ITUIIIIX J III II! Ion to tUMIlib*. U. B I: - njer EMI'LO Y ME NT IIIOI.I* \\ ANTKII?MAI,II. BARBER wanted. 132 Kuarantec; 10 over x (JO Union Hhnp. B. C. Snyder, Victoria. BARBERS--Witntod. 2 barbers; S25 xunr ?intio and ptcoiiUrc. Steady lob: xood '"iMri'sn Applv It I,. I^owry. Arcade Har y-t Shop. 1_7 1 !? K;ipi Main Street. J AKBRS wan Ted Apply at Nolde Pros. BOV for oitU ?? Apply at noon to-day. 102 Kuti Uiace Street. . liOy ? wanted, a pood stout boy to learn 'he book printing trade: eight hours' work *'>'i a good opportunity for an ambitious b"V Apply 'o Mitchell St llot'-hklxs CHAl'FFBTTR?Wanted, pooil chauffeur for Stewart delivery truck. Apply Connec Wcul l'ie Co. I ? i i A UFraUR?Colored, for ' Vlin Tight livery truck. References required. Ad dress a 31 w. < are_TInie? Jn?paj.ch^ CI,EllK?Wanted, a man above draft a?c as clerk and collector for country store. It. y .Moss. R 1" I". Stony Creek. Booker. Va. COMPOSITOR--Wanted. Job composttors (?ood pay and nt-ady work to reliable and comp-tent men. l?>-pt. M, Feist Printing Co.. While Haven, l'a. . O'U.NDEIt PRESS j'KKI >ERS wanted. Steady work, eight hours, wood wuttD. Ant'ly Mitch"!! ?<- HotchMss J'AIKVMAN?Wanted. at once. a good dairvuian. c"ou waxes; married or single. Rfti '.14. City Point. Va tjlll'O fl.KllK wanteTj at Chlldrey* Dr ux Co.. 101 East Broad Street. Dhl'CGIST? Wanted, a registered druggist. Good ??larv. Apply Hox lOS^Hopewell. Va. EL.ectrical "ENGINEER? Wanted. - om pelen' and s^t>?.-r electrical and steam en gineer not subj?ct to diaft. Take rharce hotel plat.t. Apply manager. Lexington J!ot el. HBLPEKS ?Wanted, three htacksrnith help ?ri- Hood wages. Apply 313 North Fourth St reel. HOTEL CT.BKK?Wanted, experienced male night clerk for large hotel Give age. ref erence and experience. G 130. care Times 1 Mspat'h INSl'RANCE ENGINEER?Wanted, by a large insur?nt'i- company, a man familiar with steam er?ulre..rinK work, to iearn In a'jrance enelnerr:nc. A splendid oppor tunity f'r advancement. S>at<? experience ami stnndlnK In draft Arlflre.is BiiRllieer. B"x !,*2, Rli hmond. \'u _ l.A tiHRERS "AND nniVKHS?-'Wanted. ??lute and' colored laborers also rxr? rie_nced x*hit? wagon drive** _ Artiioiir k Co MAN stronx. handy with tools. 20 to 40 \'?r!i old. Rood pay. xood opportunity, aovaiif einer.t. Madison -1.!t -.1. MAN ?A wide-awake IntelilX'r.t young man of pleasant address Salary and commis sion Splendid opportunity to rieht party. A.;i>ly A i, trust 1 .Mr. Morton. 27 Allison li ui Ml nj; WAN ?Wanted, a ynuns si ns'.e man with rome kr.owledxe of nufdn and carriage ma'erial Must be wiilinx to work and Good chance for promotion Apply " "? " L Taylor Co . Ninth and MAN?Wanted, mlddle-aced man to dis tribute circulars. t2 per day. Apply hoom 10. 417 Bant Broad. M A N ? Wanted, a iria :i to stay In a Ftn.-' Jr..I iearn tun cutuicas. u. ?.<!. emu Timai< D'.?:atcb 5! L N?Wanted. warehouse helpers Apply lilt Bast Main Street. MEN?Wanted, time checkers, pay j roll clerks and material clerks. ! Men abtfve draft age preferred. Sal ary $125 per month. Board rate JG.OO a week. Apply Field Auditor. Camp Abraham Eustis. Lee Hall. Va MEN?Wanted, a few more men in our boulinx department. Th? Ueaufont Co. Harrison Ac Clay. Ol'BKATOH on G!?odv>-sr stitcher *r.d fln .sher None but fir>t-ela?? nl-ed apply J.". :: N'Tth l ifth Stfiot J G. I.eland. ."ACKER?Wanted, colored packer about 4<V years old Apply Fleming A- i.'hrutlan Co Fifteenth and I'rfrnlUin S*reet> PHARMACIST?Wanted, good reliable phar macist. t.ood hours, xood pay to rixht j>ariy. liuriher & liurcht-r. Newport News. I'l.l'MHER wanted 304 North Monroe I-'iKTBR?Wanted, a steady, tellable print ing ofBce. norter. One wlio understands ? a.'htTtx presses Extra eood salarv for r:i:h' man Virci nj a S t? tlonery Cotnpa ny. l'KBSSMAN ? Wante.t. rviir.der pr-s.-mi-n sti.dy work and good pay. with chance of advancement. I>ept M . Feist Friutinx Whlte Haven. Pa Ri'l.lNG MACHINE FEEDERS wanted" I hcjrs work and beut salary. Vtrcinia Stationery Company. Ninth and Carv Streets SALESMAN?Wanted, salesman for station ery and office supply business. Only thos? with experience need apply; eood salary; ?permanent position. Apply The Franklin J':--'Co. petersbtirk, Va fiAl.BS.MAN?Wanted, salesman; eaay, pleas ?nt. outdoor work: liberal pay. Oppor tunity fo.- promotion. Also opening for a few hour*' work a day. Ill Baal Broad }-ir*et SHIPPING CT.ERK?WANTED. A FIRPT CI.ASS SHIPPING CI.ERK. MUST KNOW HOW TO SIHP AND HANDLE MEN. APPLY SWIFT & CO. FHlPWORrCERR. steady work, Ions Job Come, don't writs. Riveter?, holders r>n he&ters. structural Iron workers. bollerinak ers Beat place to work. N ew yard Rnd r.ew equipment. Best place ro live The metropolitan district wltn Its varied amuse ments. attractions, la yours from which to choose your home surrounding*. Apply Ful.marlne Boat Corporation Employment office, Newark Bay Shipyard. Port Newark, N J TRIMMER?Wanted, a first-class auto trim mer; steady work: good pay to ruht man. State wages and when can come. Fearlng tpn & Co.. Danville. Va WANTED, TWENTY-FIVE COLORED WAITERS AT ONCE. HIGHEST WAGES PAID. DU PONT ? EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 622 E. BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA. HKtr WA-'.TIJU?r'ICilAl.K. 31 BINDERY?Wanted, young ladles and girls to work In our bindery, eight hours a day at a pleasan employment and good salary. Apply at on in to Williams Printing Com pany. 11 North Fourteenth Street. CLERKS?Government needs 20.000 women clerks at Washington. Examinations everywhere In August. Experience unne cessary. Women desiring government posi tions write for free particulars to J. C. Leonard (forpier Civil Service Examiner). 691 Kenols Building. Washlngton. C'OOK WANTEIV ~ 1603 Prove Avenue. GIRLS?Wanted, nice white ? counter girls; good wages, including board. Chance for " advancement. Inquire . Rich mond Cafeteria, Seventh and Franklin Streets. a ? ' pEMOHSTRA'TOft?An experienced demon strator wanted for uneful household arti cle. Soils on sight. Commission and ?al ary. Permanent position. Apply 20 South ? Fourteenth Street trom t to ti A. XL. I1KM' WANTED?KK.MALE. 31 HOl'SEKEEPEn-Wanttd. -workln* fcou?? keeper for the kitchen tnd dining-room of a honpltul In thin city Must lie capuhie of nupcrliitendiiiK the cooking. Salary. J5H per month with all living cipentoj. Addrosa A t-0. euro Times-L>l?pat^h. 9 I.ADIKS?Wanted. 8 ladles to devote few houri e?K-h <lny 111 Kast Broad Street. 1-ApY?Wanted, white lady to take charge of holme work for five lu family. J!, per week. A good home for the right party. One with experience. I, SS6. car?v Tlmeii plKi-alc-h NUUSB WANTED. ICC 3 drove Avenue NURSE girl wanted with expe rience; good wages and a good home. Apply to Mrs. M. E. Raab, 2215 Monument Ave. I SAJjES1(AI)IES ?wanted, aoda. department. Huylcr ?. 2^1 East liroad Street. SERVANT wanted for email apartment. 1'lmne Houleva nl i'fa YOUNG LADIES AND GIRLS IF you are going to work, why not work in the j NICEST PLACE and the place where you can make |the MOST MONEY? WHITLOCK BRANCH, 23d and Main Sts. We can Rive employment to young ladles and girl* between the acei of It and SO and eapeclally from 14 to IS. l / I WANTED, FIFTY WHITE GIRLS AT ONCE. APPLY DU PONT EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 1 622 E. BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA. i i i ?-? A VOCATION TO BE PROUD OF. LEARN TELEPHONE OPERATING I We pay salaries of $9.00 a week to students in our operators' training depart ment?with substantial in creases at the end of the four-weeks' course. You go on the pay roll at once. On graduating from the brief training course ; we assign you as an ope rator in a light, clean,, well-ventilated central of fice, with cozy recreation and dining-rooms. Telephone operators are well cared for. Their work is fascinating and a highly patriotic service. Positions are permanent and the op portunities for promotion excellent. A number of bright young women, between 17 and 25 years of age, are now need ed. Drop in and talk it over with Miss Via 6r her assistant at the employ ment office, 709 East Grace Street. Make an appointment any time between 9 A. M. and 9 P. M. Call Randolph 12,000. THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC TELEPHONE CO. OF VIRGINIA. hi-:i,i? wAiyrKn?fbmale. ai \ WAITItKSSKS ? Wanted. 2 exporlcnce.l I waltrc*Ken Good pay. room and board. Apply l..'?ir?i;ion Hotel. j WOMEN?Thousands of worten belnfc an- 1 pointed in (tovfrnmont nftrvlce. Particu lar* fr??. Columbian Correspondence Col lege Washington. U. C TOUNO LADIBS-P. H. May? & Bra Branch. Twenty-*i*th and Cary Streets, need experienced packers (young ladleu) oo ?Meed plug. WANTED, COLORED WOMEN AND GIRLS FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK. GOOD WAGES. STEADY WORK. P. H. MAYO & BRO. BRANCH, TWENTY-SIXTH AND CARY STREETS. WANTED, YOUNG LADIES AND GIRLS FOR LIGHT WORK. REGULAR EMPLOYMENT. GOOD PAY. P. H. MAYO & BRO. BRANCH, TWENTY-SIXTH AND CARY STREETS. HELP?MALK OH KK.MALE. S3 CLERKS?Railway mall examinations Au[ ubt 10. 41.100 y?ir, Sample uuestions free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 474-F. Rochester, N. T. CLEKKS?Wanted. lmmwdlaiei*. ,N?mti men. women. 18 or over, wishing to be come government r??r ks. S100 mo nth. L. ? 0>. care Times-Dispatch TEACHERS WANTED?Math, arlence. Eng Hah. French. ClOO month. References r? cuired L <*ar? Tirn?a-Dlsr>ai ch. YOUNG 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. WORK FOR MEN AND WOMEN IN ESSENTIAL PLANT WE can give regular em ployment at good wages to additional men and women in our factories. Besides good wages, there is added satisfaction in working in an essential industry. Dur ing last ten months we have furnished the govern ment 35 extra large car loads of Baking Powder, containing nearly 2,000,000 pounds, and equivalent to 65 ordinary carloads. Ap ply^t factory, Eighth and Perry Streets, South Rich mond. - THE SOUTHERN MANU FACTURING CO. SITUATIONS WAS TED?M ALU. 34 ACCOUNTANT and general ofllce man <!<?? sires position. Employed at present and not subject to draft. a 637. caro 'limes Pispatch. BOOKKEEPER ? Experienced bookkeeper desires position. At prfsent employed. Exempt from draft. Uegally trained. A M0. care Ttmes-Dispatch. BOOKKEEPER?Wanted by young man thoroughly experienced, position as as sistant bookkeeper or high-class clerical work. Can report immediately. State par ticulars I. SS4. care Timi-s-Dlspatch. MANAGER?Wanted, position as manager or assistant manager of store: 26 years' experience general mercantile business Ad dress Box oii. Route No. 1. Dos We. I. Va. X1ANAOEH? Hardware man. seven years' experience, desires connection as man ager or assistant manager with re.nutablo firm. Unless you need competent man don't answer I, i>93. rare Tlmes-nisr>atch. YOUNQ man already engaged for Hftcrnoon wants employment for morning hour.'* from 8 A. M. to t I'./M. Do most any kind of work that presenis Itself. Reasonable salary. E 63f>. caro Times-Dispatch. WANTED, by induntrial tea<:her. profitable employment for five or six weeks. A good all-around mechanic, mechanical draughts man. C*n handle any form of clerical wocta. Can use typewriter. Eltlior Inside or\out slde work. Beet references. E 637. care Times-Dispatch. FINANCIAL BIJSiN'KSS OI'l?OllTUftiTlKS. 30 AUTOMOBI JjfiS ACCESSOR! KS?A growing automobile tlra ami accessory business for sale at 626 We*t 8treet. Will anil Moc! and fixtures dollar for dollar. Reason for selling, owner has other business and Is unable to give time to both. HOTBl* tor sate. Jsow oo?n And running In close feroxllriltv to largo cantonment Just being established. Only those,mMtntn* busl SStt fit'd Wl ?** Pau' J- Wrrinuor, San SPARE SPACE \ A desirable tenant for that unused room at your house would bring you from $3.00 to ?5.00 a week. This will be quito a help toward meeting incidental ex penses. Times-Dispatch Wants Ads are a wonderfully efficient medium in which to adver tise vacant rooms. To reach all the people ef fectlvely, put your Want Ad in The Times-Dispatch. Call RANDOLPH 1.. TIMES-DISPATCH WANT ADS Are Result Producers. III." SI MOSS oi*pohtt;XITIKS. 30 BUSINESS ORPORTUNITT?A few hustlera ! can loitbe cnoli e locations for stores or business stand!" on newly openeii park prop erty midway betwe-n the two Kovernment shlpbuildlnc flan's l.y prompt application. 3f'. 000 people coming. Very small outlay necessary. I,lrr.ti'<l number opening* facing main thoroUKlifare. I.ak'Mdo Amuseiu-nt Co.. Inc.. Wilmington. N. C. MO.VI2Y TO LOAN?CIIATTBLS. JW MONEY FOR COAL ~ Buy your Winter's supply ot coal NOW and Insure comfort for yourself and family us well a* a saving of money. Tht? applies ' equally to ClothinK. furniture, and other necessities which you can buy at much I lower prices to-day than you will have 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 JIG or tion. It will pay you to Open your account with us. Our service in strictly confidential, prompt and safe. This Company Is Licensed by the State of Virginia, and is under the supervision of the State Banking Dept. STANDARD CREDIT CO., /212 North Fourth Street, Second Floor. Phone Madison 3672. MONEY TO LOAN At Legal Kates to Salaried i People and Householders. Easy Payment Plan. BENEFICIAL LOAN ASSO., Inc., 402V2 East Marshall Street. Phone Randolph 2975. LEGAL RATE LOANS ?ON? 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), 108 North Seventh Street $16?LOANS?$200 ON* HOUSEHOLD (JuODS, PIANOS (WITH OUT REMOVAL.) AND SALARIES AT A FEW HOL'KS NOTICE. CONFIDENTIAL EASY PAYMENTS. Borrow J 24, pay on principal 12 per mo. Morrow % 86, pay on principal li per mo. Borrow ; au. pay on principal is per mo. Borrow SUM. pay on principal JS per mo. LEGAL KATES?Licensed Under supervision Stale Bank Examiner. Come in to-day. our manager will willingly advise and help you with your financial mailers. You will find private offices. CITIZENS LOAN ? SOCIETY, 4i: EAST BROAD STREET. Room No. 10. Second Floor. Pbone Randolph 14S4>. BORROW on your watches, diamonds and .lewelry from the EouitaPle Loan Society. 125 North Eitrhth Street. ItKAL Es'f All! LOANS. MONEY' to lend on real estate. Ruttin & Sloan. IS North Eighth Street. JIONEV?We loan money for you or to you. H. T. Richeson & Co. INSTRUCTION Ml'SI I'A I., IIAMIMi, DRAMATIC. 43 liANCl.VU laukni at Clielf's Academy Tues day and Friday nlchls. Al^d:3on 4459. LIVE STOCK nolim;s. ca i^ri.l:, \ t.iijcms. 47 SHOA'l'S? For sale, six shoats at &12 East Cary .Street. CKULL STABLES. N. J. t.'rull. 1'IJ East Cary. HULCHER S STABLES. 412 Nortr Fifth street. V1RU1.N1 Ah IIELIAULE BAZAAR, WOLF & BROOKS. YOU will find plenty norsea and mules, second-hand wagons, buggies and harness for sale uaily. Auction days, Tuesday and Faturdny. Brlns us your surplus stock. We will sell thern for you, and you can get >our money same day. lbOi-11 East Franklin Street. Phone Madison 53S4. MERCHANDISE iU'SlXKSS TICKS. 50 HARNESS?E. T. Suliy. 503 Brook Avenue. Snil'-nr's iind harness repaired. Mad. 6844. JEWELERS?Cocke & Co..~633 West Broad _Siri<i. railroad watch Inanectors. ! SHOES SIIINED?Six tickets, 25c; shoes re paired. Comfort Shoe Co., TO8 E. Main. KUSIMCSM *~.i\ L ll'.MhJ.N'r. SI GAS ARC LAMBS NATIONAL GAS Al'FLlANCE CO. 61S W. M^ln. Ran. UlS-Mgq SAFES THAT "aRE SAFE. BARNES SAFE AND VAULT CO.. Rich mohd. Vo SAFES. U N. COOKE SAFE AND LOCK CO.. Richmond. Vi, CUT-RATIO AWNING PRICES. CALL for estimates. Southern Tent and Awnln* Co.. 206 West Bryai*. Mad. 7397. ICE. rUEL AK1) KICKD. M COAL?The best lump and splint coal, IS. Tyler & Ryan, 1001 Wesi Cary. Randolph 3017. Madison 197!). GOOD THINGS TO ICAT. fi5 ICE CREAM?Chas. Sanyour's cream will p 1 oasn.tho family. Ran. 3B32. FRESH peach thin wook. Try A. Sanyour's. It's Just k'rnat. Mad. 11S0. FRESH peach. Wynne Ice Cream Co. Mad ison 3510. ? no?m:noLt) ooobs. 57 FURNITURE bought- ?ofd and exchanged. Boyd H. Cotb. a06 XV. Broad. Mad. 2727, MAPLE wardrobe, dresser and waahaviknd. 334. Bailey Furnltura Co.. 1408 K. Main. POI.ISli-CKAFTci ItoVAL PIaNO POLISH I ' WILL. MAKE TOUR PIANO LOOK LIKE I NEW. TRY A BOTTLE TO-DAT. A. ft. CRAFTS PIANO CO., Stf NORTH SECOND STREET. s]. ? j'.Y/v ?:1 . ? . iMwailli:' itOUSKHOi,n coops. r,r IIANd'caKVRO walnut bedroom suit, bra*? bed. n<<w niKH an<l drugget sold privately at Apartment S'7. Orraham Court. MACHI.mihv A.\l> syi'1'L.'KS. 38 ACBTYLKSU gu* machine. Eed iter wood D. C. D. I).. hoisting engine. Water tanjts. track. and wagon vra(."i, lieltinjc. pulleys, shafting. hang'tn. planvrs. lath mills, ??<J cm, laundry iiui hliicry, 15-inch terracotta pipe. boiler* nii'l englners. Guaranteed con dition 1. Bluford Civ MOTORS?For r,ale. several motors In good condition. Virginia Stationery Co.. Inc. .MISUil.UMiOl s?I'tH, > . .',9 books?New and old books. bought. sold ?iml ??xch;?nK"d. 21 North Fifth PURN1TUKK. new *n?l recond-hurid. fcTr |?ys than half price. U: K:.?.? M..r?.h:?U. Oil. S>TO VES?Tile Fiofent Wlekieaa Oil Stove bo1?1 only by It. K. liurka <.\c Co., 315 West Broad Street. PIANOS, furniture, household good* boueht. ?old. exchanged. Anderson's. broad at Fl rat. Madison 1031. TENTS, old and now, all slzes. for sale ?.r rent, canuiliiE parties or other purposes. Also Scout equipment. Including (). D. sun.s. khaki suits. haversack*. leggings. iiuiImj, ctc. H. Rose K- Co.. Stornhelmor ltros., pro prietors. Handolph 13-'-. 4 20 It rook Ave nue. City. ; WIIEKIj?Girls toaster brake wheel In ex cellent condition with mud Kuard. }1&. Boulevard 2 '< u 1. WOOL.? Wool growers, ship your clip to ut. Obtain maximum price* and save expense*. Old Virginia Hide and Wool Company. 1315 Ea?t CTv Street HIOHBST cash prices for diamonds, old false teeth. gold. silver and platinum. E. C. Meyer Jewelry Co.. 21 West Hroad Street. NEARLY K V K It V DAY SOME one tells us what a wonderful expe rience they nave had using Peerless Cleaner on their car. It makes ok! cars look new. Va u.ghan's. 11 East Broad Street. USE VELVET STAIN IF you want to have a lloor that will excel your neighbor's. It's easy to use. Only on rale at V.iughun's. Madison 101. 10 East Broad Str^'t. KKAt'SK *UTO WKKi'KI.NO A.NIJ MKTAL CO., buyers of old automobiles, inetals and machinery Twentieth and Main Streets. WANTED. OI.D FKATH Kit BHDS AND AI.I. KINDS OK b'U ItNlTUIt E. PHONE |>< >t" I. E YAH 1? 63". SONGS?Is the Kaiser a superman? It's all explained In "Where Do ?h? I>?-ad Go." the marvelous theory that is causing a sen sation everywhere. Send 25 rents lor your copy. Wheal Publishing Company. 614 Fu!ler Building. Philadelphia. WAGONS?H?ckt.ey farm wartons. Save money at Hrlrtovr'l. Oet my f.rlces before huvlng 13-1't North KIgliteenth. WAGONS-- <'Id Hi'farm wagons, on" and two-horse, old price. Thomas 11. Duke ?V Co.. MM Brook Avenue. MUSICAL 1NSTH |j 11 KX'I'S. 60 PIANO BARGAINS Buy from dealer sell in< Renulne buyers. Commissions not paid would-be judges. Don't be bamboozled. Kimball, Everett. Haines. New pianos. Terms Manly B. Kumos. luS Seventh Frank 11 n PIANOS. A number of rebuilt pianos, most as pood as new. a I guaranteed: at prices from Jlr>0 to J'iTI; on easy terms. Colonial Piano Corp., ?o"i Ka.-' liroad. MIlvDS, I'l. V.VI'S, I'KHTII.I'/.KHH. CU BUG killer potatoes and vines. 15c. King Chain Stores Ka*t Mam Street. WAXVUl)?HI ISt'KliLA.M'Hlt'h. <U AIH COMPRESSOR?Wanted. air coin pressor, complete with tank, 220-volt motor. Commercial Motors. Inc., 1S-20 South Fifteen!h Street. Madjison ?0. CLOTHING?Highest j>rl. es paid t.ir sec ond - h a n d cloth Injr. 1 'ho n^_ M a ? 11 so :i .13 6. DIAMOND?II you have a diamond t-> buv. sell, exchange or remount, or ohl gold to fell or exchange. brine it to J. T Allen A Co.. .leweders. Fourteenth and Main Streets. FEAT H EltS ? Spot tusn Tot :>rat!i>TS and secon<l-_h<? nd_ f urnil ure^l teard^ M.?d. t'3u7. Kl'KNiTI'H Iv-i'jsh f < ? i' your s?cond-hand fnrnltur*-; anv riuantlty. Madison zz\l. FURNITURE?Wanted. Rood used furni ture. any quantity. Best prico paid. Phone MadIson I'jtiti. FURNITURE?Wanted, to buv n?tv and second-hand furniture for cash. Handolph 5762. FURNITURE?We take old furniture in ex change lor new. Knight Furniture Co.. 1420 Hull. JUNK?We buy all old lunk. pay beet prlccs. Richmond Iron and Metal Co.. 11 25 Nicholson Street. Kan. 5&9 4. TEETli?Cash lor ola false teeth. Don't mailer If broken. 1 pay 11 to J2?. per set; %lso cash for old gold, silver, platinum, dental gold and old (cold jewe'.rv. Will send cash by return mail and will hold goods 10 days tor sender's approval of niv price. Mall to U Mazer. i0o7 bouth Filth Street, Pbila <>lphia. Pa. ROOMS A.\D BOARD Lll.lir ll?i m.iu.KI'IM. Iltlllilv (111 FIFTH ST., N. 10a?For rent, furnished housekeeping suite, near cafeteria. lOi North Fifth. KOdMS I'DIt Ht:.vr?Kl It ,S ImiLD. 7(1 Kit AN K Li N ST., h. ioj?Central locution: comfortable rooms. .Miss Stilts, Madiauii 6S16. FRANK I.IN ST., K. 104?Central location: comfortable roomy. Miss Stiles. Mad. 6615. FUAft'KLIN a i.. -oo ?>.? lunoowiuiy iur ni&hed rooms v.ni: urivuie batli. Uou 1-... jt Fra nU lin GKACli STItKET, W. 200?Cp-to-date fur ni?h"d too in>. UlIACIi, W. H-l?one or two rooms, attrac tively furnished; every modern conveni ence MONT1CKLLO HOTKU in North Eighth, absolutely Urst-class. Rooms. 60c, 7oc. 11 daily; S3 lo *7 weekly. VIRGINIA HO I Hi- 101 Noltn Eighth Street. Itoorns. 60c. 7So. 11 per dav: 13 lo flo per week. wfir:hi: to i:at. 7-1 1 FLAT?Wanted, at once, unfurnished flat four rooms, centrally located. No chil dren. Reasonable. fcJ 636, c.iro Times-Dis patch. ROOMS Willi IIO.V It II. 7U FRANKLIN ST.. W. 20?Flrai-class accom modations; rooms with or without board; evenltiK dinners individual tables. GRACE ST.. lill W.?Large, comfortable rooms with board; also hnllrooin. .Miss Gordon. GRACE. W, 4 10?Good board, modern con vtMiienrt s ? I r.msidita. SOl'TII Ti! I R I' Nif-iy furnished rootns with hoard; early breakfast. .Mrs. Miles. 31 J South Third. THIRD ST.. S. 209?Delightful modern home (central) for boarders; individual tables, evening dinner. Transients not wishing to stop at hotel wilt hnd select homelike surroundings. Del a lied licuso. spacious porches and lawn. the \v cits licit. CI,AT. B. 1014-1010?Rooms and board, ab solutely Hist-class; central; hot-water hen if d; prices very reasonable. Madison 2135. * COt! N'T'll V HOARD. 7a RUCK HOB?Kay's Cottage. Uuokroo Reach water front, with all modern conveniences. Open for tile season. .Mr* George I,. Kay. (IRKK.N-WOOD. VIRGINIA?Tho Greenwood House has openeil for summer guests Juno ?0. Greenwood is situated high in t ho iituo Ridge Mountains of Virginia. In Albemarle County, on C. & O. It. R.; beautiful moun tain scenery, mineral water, best country fare, amusements, dancing, tennis, mountain climbing, etc. For particulars, apply to Mrs. XI. S. Harris, lireenwood House. Green wood^ Va W A NTKI)?lt(M?>l> OH nilA It I). 7.<l OBNTIiBMAK desires furnished room Willi private lamily in walking distance of Mutual Building. State terms. A 037. care T line s-Dis pale h. REAL ]ESTATE I OR RENT Al'AltTMK.Xrt AM) Fl. \T?*. 70 TillRTV-SECOND S'r7, N. 315?For rent, 4 room lowrr flat. A I*ARTM KXTS?!?'I I1MSI11:1?. 77 APARTMBNT --For rent, furnished apart ment for July and Aumisi. bedroom. sil ting room anil bath, l'hoiiu Randolph 1128 inorninga. MARSHALL. 15 K?Housekeeping furnished flat; rooms, gas range, running watei Hot)sua I'OH itMs l. 7l> THIRD ST., 215 S. Fourteen rooms, two baths. J. A. Connelly ,v Co., Madison 33t> 1. _ _ HOUSE for rent with 11 rooran, 2 baths, overlooking Jaines Itlver at Soldiers ami Sailors Monument, or wonir! rent a flat. No children ' all Madison fiMO-J. OKKICKS A ll) liiiifik LOOM. tiil OFFICES for rent] a! M. Gover, 22 N'ortli N1 nth Street. OFFICES ? DESIRABLE officcs for rent in modern fireproof otlice build ing. All conveniences. Call or address Koo.11 30S, Times Dispatch Building. VAtA'lui.< HUM KS. ,SI) AFTON House. Nelson County, V?u Beauty spot of tiie Rlua Ridge MoUntutns. Three hours from Richmond. Write for llieraiuie Mr*. F. L Mavnsril. Af'.on, Va. OCEAN WAVE CO | T AO hi. Ocean View. V*.. between Kind a ?o .Second Avenues, water front. Oh car lln?. Will bo?n.May n. hp# clai evening dicaora. Mrs. Myrilw Aadtr* ?OB. P/T0D. ?. ........ | VACATION 'llO.MES. SK I /JCKAN VIEW- "Uourdlne and house p.ir t Reach llaven (,'?lla*n, cotlaRe H"*? ) front. nesrest the ownn. Mrs. Marin M'-nnjr*1 .Moor'1. lioHtr?H W A XTiei>?TO It i:\r. S7 APARTMENT?Furnished. of three or four rooms. < ;..od location. E 630, care Times- l ?lspat< h 11 ? iL'SK Wanted. to rent house. West Btid <>r llartoa ileiKhta preferred. Cull Madi non l:r>7-.l It K AI. I '.sUTi : I 'OK H i:\ T. 07-A We ran promptly ?rur" von a teood tenant for your houyes Ch" w 11 init & lloxley. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE liui m:s i on. sai.i:. 8D HIGHLAND I'ARK -tice 1*jJ First Avenue. Highland I'arK. Make offer. Nonresident. Pugh. box 1W. Newport Xevrg, Va. i have nome nlco homes on <'iay street to sell to colored people on lonK time. U'iti I l?r Schaaf. Central National Bank lildr | BUY your home now. Phone Muhleman and Kay woe to-jlay. Madison 7173. i.iits i-oit sai.i;, no NEWPORT XBWl~ANI) OLD POINT? Nonreppient has number of lots In New port News and Old l'oillt development which I no desires to sell, and will accept almost ! any reasonable offer Would like to h.tvaj ! offer. Terms all rash, or no to )25 down, | ' balance monthly Instailments J3 10 ilu. j Am?l> D 121. ' a r" Times- Ulapatcn. | I. Ai\l)S AMI l-'AI1MH KOIt 8ALB. tit I AI - I ? K M A It l .K 'tj.? For stile, lour of tho lest slock and craln farms In Albo murle Count v. \'u. As tho manager has li?.-ti drafted It must be sold. Kor price ami lull description. address Pitts ii: Hoggs. gcottavlllo. Va. JAMKS RIVER Colonial plantation at about _vmIum of inipro* ? i.n nts. pollard .V- Ragbv. WIS aelU farntH. \V. S. itoblnson & Co., real _cjsiaie and l<nns. 7 ; r. Kant I'ra n 1.1 i n. Sl'ttt; II HAN I'Olt SA1.E. 0:1 HA I'.TU.N Heights home for sale. J. C. Anderson A- Co.. SIS Ka.st Franklin. HIGHLAND SPRINGS- For sale. In High land Springs. a six-room house. In first class order, cheap to quick buyer. Apply H Ha r? 1 Fi ink Head. SALK OK ItKXT. 04 Foil farm and cltv property, see C. L. &. I II. I. _l ? ? noon. <>07 Ka:'t MalnStreet. 1.1ST voi.r iroicriv for sale or rent with William M. .Miller & Co.. 1*3 North Eighth Street Sl'EClAL attention paid to collection of rents and supervision of rental property. Prompt returns made. Harrison & Hates. 7 North Eleventh Street. Madison 2515. SALES. LOANS. RENTS?Elam Punsten. Ill.t Kast Main Street. VACCHAN-WHITBIIUKST CO.. INC.. Balea! rents, loans, city and country tiroiierty. KIOIIMONI) THUST A: SAVINGS CO.. Real ^ K'. l a l *? _ I *?? i<ii ri ni-'iil. Seventh and Alain. \V A Vi'KI)?It KAI. KSTATK. i>0 FARMS WANTED IF vou have a farm fon sale, write us for necessary listing blanks. We net results. Morton G. Thalhimer. Farm Department. Rlchmoml. Va. ; PARTV with il.SOO cash, wishes to purchase 7 or S-rooin home in Highland Park. E 52.I. enre Times -I )lspnt c h. HOPKWIiLL. VA.?List vour propertv with P.rvan t Ren Itv and 1 nsurance Co.. Inc. LET us secure you a. tenant for your vacant Properly. Crutchfleld & c'o. LIST vour property for rent or for sale with Cltapln & 11 ume. LIST your farm and cltv property with us. Garrett & Co.. 1113 East Main. : LIST your West End lots for Bale with W. E Purcell. Jr.. Co.. I"14 Ea?t_.Ma 1 n. 1.1ST your farms and rental property vrlth Geo Itros.. 13?" Hull Street. Mpilison 53S0. WE sell real estate nt auction everywhere. Atlantic Coast jlealtv r.. I'etersburir. HEAL liSTATB I'Olt SALIO. 07 IIIG H LAND PARK hOine at }2.r.0(K Rea (?onable terms. Seven rooms, bath, pas ami electricity. Lot Tit) feet front. Rex O. .Jones Co.. J ne.,_l fi North Kighth Street^ J. THOMPSON BROWN <*? CO.'S now rent list and loan money awaillm; you. Phone M ailison 101. _ Volt homo harealns. see Moorellelil & lilake. Inc.. ^t) Ni rtli Eighth Street. AUCTION?LEGAL "autio.n'sa i.f.s. * ob BY C. L.. & If. U DENOON, INC.. Keul Kstate Auctioneers. TRUSTER'S AUCTION' SAT.E OP HKiClC DWELLING, NO. 2302 Venable St. By virtue of ft certain deed of trust, dated February 2tst, 1017, and record ed in the Clerk's Office, Richmond Chancery Court, D. B. 242-D, page 4.15, default having been made in the pay ment of certain notes therein secured, and beiiiK required so to do, I will soli by public auction, on tho premises, on THURSDAY. AUGUST 1, 101S. At 5 o'Clock r. M., tho property described in said deed as follows: All that certain lot of land, -with brick dwelling and other improvement.i thereon, known as No. 2302 Vennbla Street, beginning' on tho north siiie of Venable Street at a point distance of twenty-fourth (24) feet live (5) inches each of Tulip Street; thence run ning east wardly and fronting Elgh teen (IS) feet four (-1) inches on Ven able Street, and thence one hundred and sixteen tllO) feet to an alley twelve (12) feet wide. The improvements consist of a brick dwVUing occupied by a good paying tenant. TERMS : Cash an to expenses of ex ecuting this trust and to pay the sum of $fil5.00 with interest thereon from February 21st, 1018, and balance in enual instalments at one and two years, or all cash at option of purchaser. C. L. DENOON. Trustee. BY II. T. RICHESON i CO? I AND CRUTCIIFIKLD & 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 6, 1012, recorded in the clerk's of fice, Richmond Chancery Court, in l).l I!. 214-R. page 4 :> ; default having been made in tho payment of a.part of tho debt therein secured, and b.'ing required so to do by the beneficiary under said deed, wo will sell by public auction, on the premisses, on WEDNESDAY, JULY 31. 191S. at !> o'clock 1'. M., tho real estate described in said deed as follows: That*certain lot of land together with ;ho brick dwelling designated as No. i 206 and all other improvements thereon and appurtenances thereto belonging, lying and being in the 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 iine of Main Street, dis tant 81 feet 0 1-2 inches east of the I eastern line of Second Street; thence; running eastwardl.v along and front- i ing on the northern lino of Main Street 27 feet 1 1-2 inches to a point opposite j the center of tho partition wall be- I twecn the dwelling on the property! hereby conveyed and that adjoining on' the cast: thence running northwardly and through tho center of said parti tion wall, 104 feet S Inches, mor? or less, to an alley in the rear; thence running westwardiy along the south ern line of said alley .'(! feet 7 inches; thence running southwardly 41 f?-?-t 7 Inches; thence enstwardly 4 feet 7 inches, more or less; thence south wardly f>3 feet 1 inch to tho northern line of Main Street, lite point of be ginning. TERMS: Cash. II. T. RICHESON, F. L. CRUTCIIFI ULD. Trustees. N. B.?Tho auctioneers will be pro pared to make a reasonable loan to any purchaser of the above property. High Constable's Sale I will sell by public auction, on WEDNESDAY, THE 31ST DAY OF JULY. 11M8. AT 12 O'CLOCK M.. nt 1501 West Main, the following prop erty to satisfy a distress warrant (A. L. Straus vs. J. \V. Phillips) In my hands: One Cash Register, Fish Boxes. Bicy cle. Desk, lot of Boxes, Crates, etc. TERMS'. Cash. W. II. WYATT, JR.. * H. C. C. R. AUCTION SAI.KS. BY EDWARD S. ROSE COMPANY. Real Estato Auctioneers. COMMISSIONERS' AUCTION SALE OF THAT SEMI-DETACHED BRICK DWELLING, No. 804 West Marshall Street together with the lot ther?untrr be longing, 2.1 10-12 foot by 100 feet, to an alloy in roar 14 foot wkle. Acting un do: (lor-roes of July 18th. 1918 and July ~C, ISMS, of the Chancery Court of tho City or Richmond, in suit of Charles I 'aimer Clarke vs. Ruth Lavinla Miller et als., wo will sell at auction, upon the premises, at 5:30 o'clock P. M.. on THURSDAY, AUGUST 1ST. 1913, the property located as above, consist ing of a well-constructed brick dwell ing of seven rooms, with the usual conveniences. Tho location of this property commends itself to either in vestors or home seekers, anrt to whom t cordial invitation is hereby extend ed to \)o with us promptly at the hour named. t TERMS: One-fourth cash, balance In three equal instalments at 6, 12 and IS months, evidenced by promissory notes of the purchaser bearing Inter est from day of sale, and the building on said land la to be insured against loss or damage by fire at the cost of the purchasers In an adequate amount as a security for the payment of said notes, and the title to the property to he retained by the court until said notes shall have been fully paid. Or for all cash at the option of the pur chaser. R. L. MONTAGUE. DANIEL-GRINNAN, Special Commissioners. I hereby certify that the bond re quired by the above decrees o (? the .special commissioners has been duly given, (liven under my hand this 27th day of July, 1!)1S. CHAS. O. SAVFLLBJ, 2 Clerk. notice] ^ WILL. SELL^ AT^PUB LIC AUCTION ON at *3 p." 'm.. At Sunny Side Sand and Gravel Com pany near Cary Street Road, about mile from tho Boulevard, the followine property, to-wit: Quarry Equipments, three Mule* and Harness, one Dump Cart, to satisfy die? tress warrants against J. V. Blckford Sand and Gravel Company W. W. SVDNOR, Sheriff. BY H. T. RICHESON & CO~ Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers. COMMISSIONER'S AUCTION WA-T.fi OF r>RT-,TGHTFUL AND CONVENIENTLY LOCATED 3-Story Brick Dwelling On the South Side of Grove Ave. BETWEEN HARRISON AND MORRIS STREETS, AND KNOWN AS 1 103 Grove Avenue In execution of a decree of Henrico bounty Circuit Court in the cause of A? '*rant Draper, Guardian, ? etc., vs. Walter E. Grant, Jr., et als.," en tered on the 25th day of July, 1018. the undersigned Special Commissioner therein appointed will offer for sale by public auction, on tho premises, on WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1918. at G o'clock P. M., the above mentioned real estate:'. The dwelling contains twelve rooms besides two baths and lavatory. Lot fronts 35x149 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 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 bo converted into small modern tlats, which will rent readily and prove a proiltabie 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 ti. 12 and IS months from date of sale. The credit instalments to be evi denced by notes of tho purchaser with interest at tho rate of 6 per cent per annum, and the title of the propertv 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 oflice of the Circuit CouVfc of the County of Henrico: Edith Gfant Draper, Gdn Plaintiff Agrfinst 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. 191K SAMUEL P. WADDILL. ' Clerk. AUCTION SALE I OP Cleaning and Pressing Establishment AT U4 EAST MAIN" STREET. At the direction of the present par ities Interested, we will sell tlic equip ment of the Williams Cleaning Co.."suc |cessors to (Irnngcr Cleaning Co., at No. Ill East Main Street, WEDNESDAY, JULY 31. 1918, at I o'clock I*. M., The entire equipment of said concern, consisting of llofl'tnan Steam Pressing Machine, Upright Boiler, Whi^a -Ex tractor. Dry Unnm, sl/.o about 7x9 feet; Scrubbing Tables. Tulis and Troughs, Pressing Boards nnd Tables, Tailors' Irons, * las Heater, Oil Stove, Hefltti&f? Stove; Sliding Door Glass Front CJcffi ing (.'use, Standing Desk, Roller- Top Desk, Iron Hale, National Cash Reg ister. IJecord Order Register. Filing Cabinets, Tailor's Sewing Machine, Bicycle, Chairs, llall Seat, Counters, et <?. Will offer both in detail and as a whole. Sale positive. TERMS: Cash. Present, location can be- leased ii de sired. THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.,:lNC., Aurt ioneers. I >M i N 1 ST 1: ATI >i IS' "AUCTION SA LK OF PERSONAL PROPERTY OF EDWARD flUITK N D E N. 1) EC E A S E D. In order to settle the estate of the above decedent, we will sell at auction, on Dutch Hap Farm, now occupied by Mr Oscar Tllley, a short distance, south of tit<- Varlna Road, on MONDAY. AUGUST 5, 1918. - at 11 A. M.. the personal property of said decadent, consisting, among other articles, rS the 11 * 11 o w 1! i g : S Mules, J Cow, 3 Helf&s, I Yearling Hull Calf. I Portable Jjfeam Engine, 3 Cultivators, 1 Thrashlntf^Ma chine, 1 Fan .Mill, I Roller. 2 Hinders, 2 thri-o-horse Plows. 1 two-horse pjo\v> 1 Mower, 2 Drags, I Disc Hnrr<JJv, 2 Wagons. 1 Rubber Tire Rug|?t>. 1 Double Set of Harness, 1 Saddle. I flam in or less Double-Barrel Shotgun, r-oun dry other farming implements^' *r.d tools, household furniture. Including Leather Couch, Table, l^arge Rffng*, Chairs, Dishes, eto. ? Parties desiring any of the ?|>ovv? articles for use on an up-to-date form, will Itn1 that it is to their Internal to attend this sale. ?? TERMS. Cash *?* JOHN B. WELSH *?d W. W. BEVERLEY,*' Administrators, with th? win ano5*?4, of Edwiird Crittenden. dec??*Md/<* CHAS. E. STRAN'fT 1 Auctioneer. * '