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AirrOMOllll.KH roll SAI.E. IO
THIS WEEK'S USED"CAK
BARGAINS.
Hu<1aon, <110. newly painted, ?ond tlr??a.
K'iod ton, llrnt-i 1uj*:j mochaiiical condition.
KhO.
Htudebaker, 4-40, j:oqi| tlre?. cood paint,
Kood mechanical condition, only $350.
* StudebaIcorn. J -2-ton. I'unel. completely
'overhauled, newly painted. one gr<**'n and
one maroon. good tlr* a the very thin* for
nirht delivery. ?a? li. <700.
ntudebaker. 30 II. r. four touring, newly
Painted. new top, good tlren only 1650.
^txon. 1mv l.lisht Six; Junt like new. $700.
Do*||5t*. 1V17. tourint:. nov. top, newly paint*
.. fiTHi-t lasi mechanical condition. with
hllv*rtowti cord tires in rear, only $'?60.
**??rd. 1517. express delivery, with screen
wire panels. good tires. llMt-elass mechan
ical condition. newly minted. $126.
Studebak'r. 1m7, touring, newly iialnted.
irood ilr*'?, completely overhauled, flrnt*
<lapa con li1 ion. Just Ilk** new. $760.
The above earn are all exceptionally fine
bargain*, and you should |.y all means make
It a point to them before buying.
In jtddltion to the above, we have about
*ift???2fi oth**r cars that represent ? xception
olly blic \ allies.
?'all by ??r phone and let us show you
i?'?n.e of the bent used ?ar values In Rich
mond.
Coburn Motor Sales Corp.,
Ha n <1 oltdi 11.1D I CI 7 - 21 ~\V. BroadSt._
' 8AVB MONK Y
Hy ttUrhlntr your u?ieti cai !n oiip or two
ten Smith Form a-Truelc. 1*13 West Broatl
Boulevat d
I'SK n~CA !T BaTuJA INS.
! Klln<* Tourlnr. I'?17.
I 7Smd>d.akrr. 1317.
1 l-MmnpT Chandler.
1 t-pusa.-n ror Maxwell
1 t-painiemicr < ?v tltni'l.
1 Stu,/' baker.
Fords. I'm7.
1 Ford. IMC.
I'KhJI? Tltl'f'K bargains.
1 1-ton Truck.
1 Hudford. 1-Ton "'"r'n.k.
1 Denliy. 1-Ton Tru< k.
1 Krlt. 1 Ton 'i rir k.
KI.INK K A li SAM'S CO..
31?? \Vi?et Broad ' r.'"t J
ALTO Ml mJKS AM) UI W'AlltS. 11 j
AflO tire* una tm-ii .. .???n .u>l t-om
lr.#rrUl uuto bodw* I:mIkuii Bros .
CIS Brook .*.Mmllgon IK7. |
AUTO.MOBIKB PAINTING !
HKST workman ship, only t li *? best mate
rial, u??-d lowual lu itIco: ualitifat-'Uon
cuarantoed.
rilA It I.B8 WHITE,
? 111*318-31 North llbliry Street.
Bold KS l.arr" k <:t Ford - ,.rr. t..rrr !? 1 '
??idle* io suit ??cur Lu^Uj-sm. We n hire
><"' money. VS\ ?lo all the work In our
?ho{.? M,ty j.\rt>t? for auloruublle bodl"?.
A Mev?f'. S'pr.> ?*?: KaM '"iirv
CAP IT A I. A "TO HUPPKY CO. 2M North
Ninth, repairs* your tlr .< while y"U wait.
CKl itCli H 1 I.I. M . . I > ?R ' ' . . -r w. iity-Mlxt h
mil liro.?i! 11?? i>:? 1 rtr;jr <l?i ? t>> skilled
ne/-hanl< at i.rt-? <o...iUl. :it ?lth uood
vork rrit !?? hi i
I'EHK-- ;C0 Klr.ni; I'uint Spark |
Maasey i ?> . i:.n' I. 2! 4 N. Adam*
- . . ... .>?!>m>.
FOR OUICK RKItVlf'R AND WOIIK
va;..? bl.K TilK
nation v:. a i: ro top co . inc..
HO W I.H' ? A I ' WAN spi..
Ol' A JtA.V : i. ? .It ? ? ? .??? <? > ? ? > I hill-4 > <v'J
need 1' r yi ir ? ar l.intji?;er Alur.p Co., >
IliC. A'I'o S i pi ? >07 \Vo?t Itr' a<i.
NKW l.urn;. !'in !? ??.. .? ' S'..r"lard ra_?'?. '
line 'j A- S Auto Su: : ly "''1 K Hr .t?!
I'AKTS I r.?k' n ? . ? r .? 11: ? ion w?-ld>"l
to^'iher A I l-'i-r .it- ir :.1 7 V. . v* lit' ad
P.ADiATo'it i;i-:i?w I.:.i ?: l
_Kaa?_P.t id i?. ..r Hall. thl'i
It'.b fPO'i'. "'! ?.? i: - l ?-;????? i.lirht." for
? ale |?v Tnlir. <ii Auto iiui>|i!v <'u.. Inc.,
ra Ealit- Mali Street
VUtCANI /.) N? > l.'-t un m?" ? ? nion-y.
Itlrh t I:.-1 IW- Co ill \V I r< "
v,: ~
.? i>. l.Ni i it vuli anl7lnK. tube re
nalr l'ar>.-r ilro, W. Broatl St.
\VK buy ar.d r?-11 porta for any make auto- |
mull!it. Kro'ti' Auto V.'reckl.-iK arid M*t?l
Ci' v-,In Strut MadUon ???? _
A M BY Klt'S ?' NS hcai luarlem U r Kord I
aim.-, i ? 11 i. \ i. i. ** i J
AUTOS Cor hire, I: 60 per hour. iuv? Auto I
Hu&i.ly Co.. Madlmin 3005. I
CAKS ?Hoornv tarn for I i-a?uie < r shop- i
t'ltiK II tt> II' i'J per iiour Ban. 113L-J.
USB danii.!. :; : .w ai'tomoimi.ks
OPEN ur ? lo.ed i-*ri II id and }l 00 rper ,
hour Seven-|.ar~. :ik? r >ai? S3.00 pvr
hour l'h'.i.i- Uoii.ward IjT-'JlO-J
CF.NTP. a I. fJA iYaV;1 lT.fw". ?; 'is- 7d Ban.
?'[_ P ntjfi. A'.ivilt o:?n
31 OTP III VCI.KS AMI lUJj I.KS. 14
r i? (ir..N I'll) i ycirs nrcii and auadrloa.
IpO* \v?.?t l.r' a<l. l.ai 'lolth iOJl
TfuslhM.ss si:iii jiuE
II1JSI.\KSS SIJIi\n i:sj,i i i:ui;i,."Ja
0b?lI8*RAYS FISH KB No i""'"' , :'4i.'
HARDWARE, PAINTS, FLOOR ;
STAINS.
?122 WEST IJROAD STREET.
PHONE MADISON 3552.
ELBA HARDWARE CO.
PACK I Nil AND yllli'PINQ lurniturc. TnTl !
s I'un..'.If ilor :>ital. IO', North
Kid. ? Pl;.??l<? I,at, I'dpll 22..P.
I' /\ ?<.* II...UUI' I. h]|.a at,,; Hriln.t.K
( : r i3 [ a1 ,. ?? I ? ..d > l;i; i<i wi 1 n fare
. .: f{ arid hau.itiK dut.c p> J.cub Lmlauf.
I >. ; _i.y
f;i?i..,'Oiii?; HairO rosiinc
I ji i.*. Mar .age Mani ur.ni'
HL'llll r.s HAIBlJltKSSINO 1'AKI.ullH,
- ZOi North Third StrooL
ST'rA.lAl-'i i Zt rTiurje-iu.i! ru/ur r,.of
all K.ioij alt?l a.I iiltnl of lawn inuw-r,
rhjr-n-d A P.e. It.irbrr Jiupp., Co.
C B'f-a.! f -J'-t.
JAM K N1: li'ltOS . **I2 Kant Main
Str* et I'uy. ?? il r? l.anse and I: K
VdI'NT ]>!A.MO.. Ii.- IN TUB I.ATKST
KTVI.KS ''Id SJOid Kir: hilxp-r always tal.en
VIB ell-bantu. 1
*1. < IIMOND i eautllul." Oold nurnl r.x on
?ran.i-pir.x J! to I Smith. Ban S0S0-J
li i: \ i : ^ ami 1'i.t in \<,. au
' j.~piiN ii i.usi: .v Co..
PKl'MBKINCj hf.mnc. tlt,nini.'. ir;-.?lrlnr ?o
ilcltetl 0 North 1 l?:rtec:.il> Street. P.an
'!<
>iovim;. iui i.im.. skihai.i:. 23 '
CLEAN A!<'D STOItIC?Wanted. lo (lean an<l
stcre your r'sirs tinder .1 uourantee mru:n?t
irioths. W Fre.l Richardson .Security Stor
Company. Inc Fireproof Storatre for
Houaehold tlooda. .Main and llri videro Sl?
n 1 ili'h !H.i
y ? \ i N?< A. Ilowln for hay rides and
moving of all kind* !>??>? nhone Randolph
.. fin Randolph ina-j.
ti:anskkk" AM' ~>r< ?HACK?smith 5
ill t ?* distributor* White Tucks. 12-14-18
North Fifteenth Madison !*71 --3
iinv'lNd ?Wti: move von to inv part of rltv
or country an* day anv time. verv reason
able l>cl .'lio ? r:-- or. tc!? Call Ran lolt.h
f74I-J. or Ma'llv.r <'?:! llav rides a eiJt
rlattv yine 'm <
I'Alvri.Mi AM) !>!?'.< UK VMM;. 23
PAIN'TINO?F. .1 Urate. house and si-ri
jiaintinK' aicns a specialty. 711 Ka.it
Franklin. Mart. <>861
pm.vri.vf; axi> statioxwmvI as
ftUSlNKSs" CARDS?1.000. Ji.75 Positively
Ihr i-.f>0 kind ! eake Priming Co.. 26
North Seventh Street
rniNTINC;- Huv V-?>r printinir from the
business builders. Cottrell A Cocke. Ran
rio It'll 145.
I'llOKKSSIO-V M. MK.lt k i:s. ao
GI ASSKS?-Thoti.os 10 Rowling. rye s:,ecliTl
l*t. Onlv colored optometrist In city r.n
North Seeond Ran 2.'' Kv"" t-n*?*.l
OP'fOM KT R1 ST?Dr. A C. Melil. re l is t or*rt
optometrim. tyti tested. 17 West : Broart.
lll'.l'AIIIIMi AM* IIKMH .Vl'IMi, -J7
CA KPK 1'ri?OM carpets made ovc-r into~ny\y
rues. Richmond Awning ?'o. \V W. Moae
jpy M/r . 214 X N'lmh Mad. |M^2.
il.VI'.s--We clean Itlem like new Verra Hat
Works. '.Ml North First Strrul Kji l.nnh
fW
PI ANOS*-Consnlt us about that piano.
Estimates for rep.tlrs free. Piano hos
pital. '."I'M K ?. First anil Main Si a.
SHOK repairing lies! material and work*
nianship: prompt service. W. A. I'ropat,
J2.1 Frist .\R? i*i _ Mrullson
VV'TiVH KKPAIRINO - Fxtiert watch re^
pairing. moderate < harsies. Terrell Broa,
d'j.l West firPA'L
AC KEF'S Trunk and Repair Snop- irunt?a.
?? .itrart- s and bars repaired. Work sent
for -no delivered. S itisfuction Kuura ntecd.
)?!> n.e llandolt>li 4S>!>f?
T7i<7.W > elocirlo fliop factory. Tic (Cast
?"iir Sir?>i't I'h'-i'e Kan<!olt)h /C67.
j. il. nowl.a7T
L*pli?l?terln>r and relitdshlitK. Natlsfac^'on
cnar?nte? d. i'211 West Main fitreeL 1-toti
HOlTr I'A I XT I N .V Itl.l'AIH I S<;. "L'7-A
ROOF?Walter B. I.eidy 3 North Twentieth
til reel- .viinuson All kinds ol roofa
repaired and painted at roarnoahio prices.
>^|l work [;ua ran teed 2 years or more. By
experienced jrien
I'A lliOIIIMi ?M? l*H I Mi, L'S
^TfTOHS?Slurnian & Co.. f? 10 North Fifth.
Vou arc invited to call, whether business
or nor Ran. 6653.
VV A 1-1, 1'AI'IOlt. XSA
fvEvvORATORS?Interior and exterior deco
? rutorB. Above all we -r-? lho lowcat In
prJ,.e. Chimes Willie. 31S >orth Henry.
pil'UIUIANGI.NO and palutlne. fall Alad
|?on Si.Vi. economy Wan t aper Co.. 720
West Cary Street
fcipjcit?Wi>cn vi.u cet r?artv lo paper vour
rooms. call A T. Dunninaton. Ran. 1070.
VaPBRING?Have your paperlnr done bo
fort* th? rush. Wc carry the most select
llna. Walter B. Kraysed & Co.. 204 North
ruth Btract.
U'ALl I'AI'ISR. 28-A |
WALL, I'Al'ERS. dainty, ul moderate prices. ,
uiuiiipl nUtriitluli to uuameia. K. U.
EMPLOYMENT
IIKI-J* wamkij?>1 \ l.K. 3?
AUTOMOHIEE MECHANICS WANTED.
OOOli withes; steady employment. Apply
Commercial Motors. Inc., 13-20 South Fif
teenth Str"<'t. Madison 6590.
KAKIiElt?Wanted. a good barber. Apply
I ft Wfjl llroad Street
RAIlDEIlSnt l>u font Motel, City Point, Va.
}3i Buarant". fto per cent over $40. Room
ami board at hotel }7 a week. Apply at Du
I'ont Hotel or Sturnpf's Hotel Barber Shop,
Eighth and Main Streets. Also barbers at
M urphy'H Hotel. 2)2 North Seventh. Ehmlic's
Shop ami Hotel l'eterwburg liarbT Shop.
BOOKKEEPER ?Wanted, ex
perienced bookkeeper, maje,
exempted from draft. Salary
$125 to $150 per month. D 751,
care Times-Dispatch.
It'iVS? Wanted, several Kon<] boys to carry
evening In West End. Call at 133
South < berry tiefore !i A. M.
? :!IA I'l-'I'EI.'i'.S - White. experienced In
driving Republic and White trucks.
Armour f* Co.
CLERK? Wanted, a clerk In a store to learn
the business. A ?10. care Tlmes-Dls
tiatrh
C t I.I S I >EIt I'RKSS FEEDERS wanted.
Steady work, ?lght hours, cood wage*.
A nr>R Mil* hell A llotchklss.
DRILLERS?Wanted, five able-bodied,
s'.eady. reliable men on drilling rln* 50
rents |>or hour Twelve-hour ?hlfts Sydnor
l'urnp and Well Co.. 1-ilO East Main Street,
f'It v _
WtlVKIt?Wanted. good. experienced white
v.aK"n driver. Apply Armour &. Co.. 307
North Seventeenth Htr?et.
FITTERS?
WANTED, several steam fitters
and plumbers at Hotel Cham
bcrlin. Good long job. Apply
to II. Robin, chief engineer,
Hotel Chamberlin.
I-CHMTCRE REPAIRER?Wanted. flrst
? I a is furniture repairer Good salary;
Ht position. Home Furnishi ng Corp.
iV.?<? y? | :roa rl
LAIiORERS ? Wanted. colorVd laborers. 307
_ .N' ri h Seventeenth .?? Armour .fr Co.
MACHINERY WORKERS?
AMERICAN
LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY
ALCO PLANT
REQUIRE TOOL MAKERS
AND MACHINISTS
AT
THEIR NEW LOCOMO
TIVE ACCESSORY
PLANT.
MEN WHO CAN DO AC
CURATE WORK
WILL
FIND STEADY EMPLOY
MENT AND GOOD
WAGES.
(Opposite Fair Grounds.)
man ? Experienced man or boy wanted as'
salesman In a clothing store for Saturday 1
on!.. Cood pay. Charle* J?. Rubin, pro- I
iTimor. . ?06 East Main street.
MA i fRESS FINISHERS?Wanted. expert- I
??ncel mattress Dnishers. Steady work en- !
t.re y-ar. Rest wages offered of any plant i
In the South. Railroad fare advanced. !
\. :ro or write Norfolk Mattress Co.. Inc,
Norfolk. Va !
Of i ;?'E' ROY?Wanted, brlxht boy over ;
fourteen years of ace for office work.
J r. . n...n Advertising Agency. Mutual Bids..
1' 1! A It M AC I ST?Wanted. registered phar
macist. alt"* assistant registered or man
Wil li Ki,n I experience Addrt-fj J. C. Oor
?>?< h & Co.. Newport Newa. Va.
POltTKR- 1 roh.red porter who can run
a i' ord r:ir. flood position for capable
num. I ournurean. Temple U Co.. Rroad
and Adams.
fcA I.1,,-v.i a.N ?Wanted, salesman for station
ery a;id oftlce supply business. Only those
with exprrleixe need apply; cood salary;
permanent position. Apply The Franklin
I !?-?? I'f> f'e'ershurg Va.
S'l ENOOIt A PH ER?- Wanted, male stenogra
pher: also messmcer boy. Apply mate
rja 1 uepartment. Amerlcan I-p^omoti ve Co
WAN'T ED. storage battery repairman; al?o
boy to learn business. R {j;. caro Times
Dlap ate h
WANTED firemen Ice pullers and labours.
Steady work and good pay. Apply Crystal
Ice C- 2001 Kaat Cary,
_ A-VrKlJ r K.UALE. 8*
LADIES AND GIRL
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?
WHITLOCIC BRANCH,
23d and Main Sts.
We can rive employment to young ladle*
and girls between the ages of It and S9
and especially from 14 to IL
LADIES A-ND GIRLS?
WANTED,
YOUNG LADIES AND
GIRLS
FOR LIGHT WORK.
REGULAR
EMPLOYMENT.
GO OLD PAY.
P. H. MAYO & BRO.
BRANCH,
TWENTY-SIXTH AND
CARY STREETS.
/
UKl.t' WANTKD?KP.MALE. 31
UINHKKY GIRI.S?Experienced btn<l?ry
?elfin. ritiaant an>l prontablo work. Ap
ply Mr. Campbell. Whlltet & Shapperaon.
11-16 North _KIicHtt*_ Rfre.;t.
IUNPKKY MKI.P wanted Wo liavo a*v
?-ral position* open for experienced youn*
ladles. O'lixl pay and steady positions.
William Hyrd t'ruas. 1430 Kant Franklin.
UINUEItV ? Wanted, vounr ladiea and *lrls
to work In iur lilndirv. eight hours a dav
at a ok'iian employment and cond aularv
Apply at on .?? to Williams Printing Com
pany. II North Fourteenth 81rmt.
YOUNG LADIES AND GIRLS?
YOUNG LADIES
AND GIRLS OVER
16 YEARS OF AGE,
WE will give you employ
ment on stamping, hand
packing and operating
packing machines at a
wage in excess of that
which you are now earning.
Our factory is the most
thoroughly sanitary fac
tory in the city, and the
welfare of the employees is
our first consideration.
Our medical department is
in constant attendance, and
you have the services of a
doctor and trained nurse at
your disposal, without
charge, both at the factory
and your home, medicines
free. A well-equipped cafe
teria provides food at a
price below cost
We invite you to call on our
employment manager for
an interview.
FALK TOBACCO CO., INC.,
21st and Grace Streets.
TELEPHONE OPERATORS?
A VOCATION TO BE
PROUD OF.
LEARN
TELEPHONE
OPERATING
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 1G and 26
years of age, are now need
ed. Drop in and talk it
over with Miss Via or 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.
Making It
Pay
When you advertise used
furniture for sale in Times
Dispatch Want Ads you are
making it pay?it pays
both you and the buyer.
Because you don't need it
you are willing to sell it at
a "price"?the buyer gets
the benefit.
Let Times-Dispatch Want
Ads get a buyer for the
| things you want to sell.
Call
Randolph 1
Times-Dispatch Want Ads
Are Result Producers
HKL.P WAKTKO?FEMALE. 31
CLERKS?Civil service examinations In
Richmond In Ausust women clerks
to bo appointed at Washington. Experience
unnecessary. Women drsirinu cv'-nunont
clerkships write for fre* Hat of w?uoni ?o
the U 8. School of Civil Service. Washing
too, L>. (J. c. Leonard, former civil atsr
vlcc oxaniincr). prcmdrnt.
CaU Boulevard
1905-J Of call 2314-A__^Cjrove Avenue.
GIRL?Wanted, to employ school elrl for
office...Apply Room 1. *112 Ea*t Main.
GI RL?Wanted, at once, reliable colored eirl
to help in small family. References.
Phone Boulevard 21!J5.
GIRLS?Wat,ted. nirls. women. Government
port lions 30.000 vacancies. 1100 month.
7^ rJ^? Ji\r ll?l POrttlons. Franklin institute.
Dept. 731-G. Rochester. N. V.
NURSE?Old colored mammy nurse wanted
_ to nurse child. Apply 21^3 Hanover Ave
nue. I'honn Boulevard C7 0
N VSF\:~~1~W *51 * , 2tOTP,an to nurse
child. 21-9 Hanover Avonur. l'hono
Boulevard 6 70.
SERVANT?Wanted; cenrt pay: one who
knows how to cook: only two In family
fv. cnokr> t0J- -Apply 2125 llanover Avenue.
Phone Boulevard tin.
SOLICITORS ?- Lady solicitors wanted.
_ I.^n,?nf w'ork ?"'! food pay Apply 30C
Bslmont Avenue from 3 10 5 p M
STENOGRAPHER?Your.R lady and asslst
ant bookkeeper. Benejiclal Loan AssocJa
Mon. 402 1-2 bast Marshall.
STENOGRAPH ER?WantedT younr 1ml v
.?5,cn.2trraphc.r APP!>' MIss Thaxton. Poem
?00 Chesapoake and Potomac Telephone Co.
STENOGRAPHER?Lady, experienced in~In
surance business preferred, y (i?3. care
Times - LMspatch.
TEACHER In refined farollv tDlnwlddle
County) commt session for rlrl enterlnc
high school work. State salary nn'l refer
ences In answer. U 750. caro Tljacj-Dis
paten.
WOMEN AND GIRLS?
WANTED,
COLORED WOMEN
AND GIRLS
FOR ALL KINDS OF
WORK.
GOOD WAGES.
STEADY WORK
P. H. MAYO & BRO.
BRANCH,
TWENTY-SIXTH AND
CARY STREETS.
?
TOUNO LADTKS?P. H. Maro * Bro,
Branch. Twenty-sixth and Cary Streets,
need experienced packers (young ladles) 00
diced plu*.
YOTTNG WOMEN?Exceptional npportnnl
ties for ambitious yount: women wishing
to work under pleasant conditions, vhere 1
ability is rrcocnized.
THALH1MER BROS.
nELP to finish custom pants. Apply 61i
North Fourth.
TTAVE splendid opening-* In ?enine. cashier
ing and clerical positions. Applv between
S:30 and S:30 at oiHce. 206 North Fifth
Street.
HKLI??.llAl.li UK KliMALK. Ua
BOYS AND GIRLS?Wanted. 12 colored bell
boys between 17 and 19 and S colored
5iris for elevator. Apply Manager's Ottica,
lurnhy's Hotel.
CLERKS?Wanted, Immediately. Names
men. women. IS or over, wishing to (in
come irovernment c->rka. S100 month. L.
tOl. care Times-Dispatch.
MEN AND WOMEN?
WORK FOR MEN ANT)
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 at factory, Eighth and
Perry Streets, South Rich
mond.
THE SOUTHERN MANU
FACTURING CO.
SALESMEN AND 8AI-ESLADIES?Wanted:
llpht outdoor work, all or part time. Lib
em! pa/. 111 I0ant_ Broad.
YOUNG LADIES
MEN and boys can obtain pleas
ant and profitable employ
ment in our modern plant.
Good pay. Dining-rooiu and
other conveniences. British
America# Tobacco Company,
900 N. Lombardy Street.
TEAGUKKS WANTED?Math, iclfac#, Eng
lish, French. C100 month. Reference* re
quired. L ICS. ear* Tlnaea-DUoatch.
| iimu'?mai.k OK fkw a i.k. .12
wanteit. Immediately. men. women. Gov
ernment war positions. 1100 month. lint
free, franklin Institute. Dept. 474 o.
, k'u hcmcr. N. V.
M i l A I io.n? ?n. A .M ki)?m K i.k. m
aci 'i > 1'NTA nt Wanted. Thoroughly cxpf
??-1. capable accountant ami general
ofllce iii.m ili'sirvH to maite a chanKC. High
est references l43 to character and ability.
1? JOt. i'ai*'* Tinii's i)l?|intcli
liOOKKBEI'Klt?vihiiik man with experl
/ncn desires i>'>?itton ?.i bookkeeper. L)
753. care Times- IJiauatch.
CLERICAL? Wanted, clerical pillion by
thoroughly educated young man. k. il.
karneRle H. !?*. 1> No. i. kllcraoii. Va.
m a.^aui>r. - iui'lrti.fe mm. suv?ii years*
experience. desires connection as mm
aiier or aasldtant manager with reputable
Arm. Unless you need competent man
don't answer. i. COT. car? Tlmes-Dlspatch
kai.ksmkn?Married man. ago 37. would
like position with Rood concern as city
Mlrjiuan or collector. Qood references. P
cl!>. cam Times-Dispatch
wantki). by an experienced. registered
druggist (nettled muni. Heat of r?f?r
i c-nces. Address Druggist. 120* King Street.
Alexandria. Va.
siT! A TIP "ns wa.vikd? I'lMIAI.ii. 3s
stenocj HA l'HEH?
WANTED, position as stenog
rapher and assistant book
keeper. Eight years' experi
ence. L 894, care Times-Dis
patch.
FINANCIAL
ut.m.nkn.S ori'dk I'b.M I IKs. .;o
AUTOMOllll.k accessor IKS?a Krowln*
automobile lire and accessory business for
b?li at t.2?i w .-at Krond Street. Will sell
stoc' and fixture* dollar for dollar. Reason '
for selling. owner hua other business and
is unai m rive time to l>oth
o i.ic AN INC, hl'SINESS?One-half Interest
or all of a cleaning and pressing business
for sale cheap that is now making money.
; Address i> 7f>2. c are Times-Dispatch. _
(iENKHAIj merchandise store for sale; do
ing a rood bualnesB. netting on account of
government service. stock amounting to
si. 000: fixtures of all description, can be
rented with hnisn: rent. jtq a month. a
! 622. care Tltn^s-i'isputch.
grockiiy?Wanted, to bur imnvll grocery
In residential section. Must be reasonable
for hn?>t caah. Phone hrnilevard 1G32-W.
i illl.xky TO loa.n?CIIA ITIII.S. 33
; 1' OR HOW on your watches, diamonds and
lewelrv from t r.e Eoultable Eoati Society.
its n'orf Blight h Street.
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
i Seaboard Security Company
(Phone Madison 4312),
10S North Seventh Street
! MONEY TO LOAN
i At Legal Itates to Salaried
People and Householders.
Easy Payment Plan.
BENEFICIAL LOAN
ASSO., Inc.,
402v2 East Marshall Street.
Phone Randolph 2975.
$12 TO $100
loanki) on furniture, salary. Etberty bonda.
etc.. at legal rates and on lone or short
time. We Rive you 12 months to pay the
loan If you wish, you paying for the actual
time you use money.
PAYMENTS AS low AS 11.10 PER MONTH.
The Total Cost for Four Months of
$16 is $2.00 $50 is $6.26
$20 is $2.50 $100 is $8.76
$12 is $1.50 $25 is $3.14
In Regular Monthly Payments.
Open your account with the Standard
Credit Company, where you are sure of the
best service. We respect your confidence.
privacy?courtesy?consideration.
LOANS MAUE l.N petersburg
AND SUHURHAN TOWNS.
STANDARD CREDIT
COMPANY
212 N. Fourth St. (2nd Floor).
Phone Madison 3672.
$16?LOANS?$200
ON HOUSEHOLD OOOUS, I'lANOS (WITH
OUT KK.MOVALI AND SALARIES
AT A FEW HOURS' NOTICE.
CONFIDENTIAL, EASY
PAYMENTS.
Borrow t 24. pay on principal t! per mo.
boiruw S 36. pay on principal ii per ma.
Borrow * SO, pay on principal 15 per mo.
Burrow $100. pay on principal )s per mo.
LEGAL RATES?Licensed
Under supervision State Hank Examiner.
Coins In to-day. our manager will willingly
ad visa and help you with your financial
matters. You will find private ofTlccs.
CITIZENS LOAN
SOCIETY,
?: EAST BItOAD STREET.
Room No. 10. Second Floor.
Phone Randolph 1496.
(IKA1. 1CMTATK LOANS. SS
MONEY 'o lend on real eatato. Ruffln St
Sloan. IS North Eighth Street.
WH loan money lor you or to you. It T.
Richeson A Co.
INSTRUCTION
Musixkss COM.KGIPS. 41
LANOUAUKS?Wanted, position as teacher
of French, Spanish, German, Latin, In the
city K. M. KARNEUIE. R. F. JL>. 1. El
lornnn \' n
lerson. Va
,Mt MtAI,, !</??.. lilt A .>1 A I1C.
LiA.tClNU taught at Chelf'a Academy Tues
day and Friday nliihli. AJedlaon 446a.
I AVE STOCK
I(<>IllsK>, l.A i I 1.1'., ti'.uli I.ISS. 47
COWS?For salo. iny entire herd of 12 hlgh
Krade llolau-in dairy cows at private salo.
A ParRAin to u quick buyer. W. 11. lrby
lllichHiQf.e. Va.
HtJRsE AN D WAGuN?For aaie. ifood sound
liorm:. liKht unlivery wucun and harnrtt.
Will sell ba a Whole at a barKuin or sepa
rately. A. llet/er ex. bona, Tjj West Alain
Street.
CRU LL. STAhLKi).
N. J. t'ruil. I'lL' I'.aat Cary.
11IJ LCH li.it S S'l'A ltl.K.S.
(12 North Fifth Street.
VIRGINIAS ItUUIAllbb. 1IA/.AAR,
WOLF At BROOKS.
YOU will find plenty horses and mulats
second-hand wagons, bugsies and harness
for Hale dully. Auction days, Tuesday and
Saturday. Urlns us your surplus stock. Wa
will z>ell them for you, aud you cau get
your money same day.
1A0V-11 Eo.it Franklin fitrwet.
Phon?? Mai1l*mn 5.1*4
foii.TII \ AM* >? I'I'Lt ICS. 48
POULTRY?For sale, thirty-fivo hens one
year old. Will sell I he lot or In pens,
dome roosters. Red Rock and Leghorns.
Cull at 1117 North Seventeenth Street. W.
II. Hermlun.
MERCHANDISE
in .si.%hss .?t/1 it. ?:h.
BARN E~SH - K T. Suil>. II rook Avenue.
Sultrimes and narne.^_r?M>aIrj-tL .\latL_Wli
JEWELEitS? (?.K'.c K- Co.. b33~\Vcst Broad
Street. railroad wateh Inspectors.
locksmith and bell bunnar. J. W. Mar
tin. 20 North Third. ItaiHlolph 1034.
SHOES SH!.\r:;> M* tickets. l!.'ic. shoes re
paired Comfort Shn?^ ?'o.. 70S K. Main;
III >IM '_?? " "...VI-. 61
' OAS ARC 1-AMI'S
NATIONAL OAS Al'I'LIA.NCIS CO.
?i> W Main Kan. HU-j>gq
"safes t'h.V? a he safe,
baknks safe and vault co.. Rich
niond. Va
SAK Kt?r
u N. COOK hi SAFE AND IXX l< CO..
Rirnmond. V*
" CUT-RATE AW NINO I'It ICES.
CALL for estimate*. Southern Tent and
Awnlnit Cov 206 Weat Broad. Mad. 7397.
ICE, Pt'KI, AND KEKD. M
COA1/?Tb?- b"-st lump and aptini coal. Ji.
Tyler & Ryan. 1001 Weil Cary. Randolph
501 i M-'llson 197i?
(iOOU things t? KAT\ 63
I 1CK CKEA.M?-By golly. A. Sanyour'i cream
i la nut. CalJ Mad 1150
IK y..u waril the beat cream. c;ill~Cha.s
! Sanyiur. ltan 1?<32.
j WHY not try Wyrtno's Ice cream? Others
| 3SJ*a-v<* tried und continue to buy. lladlsori
household coons.
DRESSEIt.S. and up. Hallcy Furniture
< <> . _14to> Ka.n Main Street.
FURNITURE J.ouKltt. sold and exchanged!
Hoyd 11. Cobb. 200 W. Broad.__ Mad. J727.
I'l.l.lSll-aui'-lh KUVAL I'Ia.NU POL.ISH
WIL.L. MAKK YOUR PlANu I,<H>K L.1KI
NEW. Tit V A BOTTLE TO-DAY. A. I
CKAFTS PIANO CO.. XU NOKTI1 SECOND
j sth krt
i DISCONTINUING hoURi'kcriilni;: silver ser
vice, aluminum ware. rues, brass beds,
walnut suit sold privately. Gresham Court
' Apartment 27.
MAC11INKHY A ,\ IJ SUPPLIES. M !
MOltiltS-Kor i.sle. several motor* in good I
condltlou. \>rrln'i Stationary Co.. Inc.
>UM'KI,I.AM.?t -?>?FOR SALE. r,0
FURNITURE. new and second-hand tor
less than halt price. 612 Bast Marsha.ll.
Oil. BTOVho-ilw Florenco Wii-kissa Oil
Stove sold only by It. 13. Burks & Co. i
Sli West ftroad Street.
TENTS, old and new, all sizes. for~sale or
rent, ramping parties or other tiurposes.
Also Scout equipment. Including O. l). Hults
khtml suits, haversacks. 1 egg I lies, outtees'
etc I-. Rose Ar Co.. Sternhelmur Pres.. pro
prietors. Randolph 1322. 420 Brook Ave
nuu. City.
WOOL? wool *rowcrm ship rour~cJtt> to ua.
^P.bt.a,n .maximum pricoa and save iipeni?>.
Old Virginia Hide and Wool Compaay mil
Kast f?ry Street.
WAGONS?llackney farm wagons! Save
money at Brlstow's. Get my prlues before
buying. I.t-K North Eighteenth.
WAOON8?Old Hickory farm wagons. one
, *,nd _ ,Hsr.?-h""0.? ?'<l orlre. Thomas H.
Duke A Co.. 804 Urook Avenus.
WANTED. OLD FEATHER BKD3 AND
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE. PHONE
boulevard cm.
KKAU.SK iUTO WllSCKINa AND METAL
CO., buyers of old automobiles, metals and
machinery. Twentieth and Main Streets.
M I'SIOAI. INSnUJME.TO CO
TOUR piano I will tune or purchtso l"or
cash. Manly B. Ramos. 106 North Sev
enth. near Franklin.
SKKDS. PLANTS. KKI1T11>1/.KKS. 61
BUG killer potatoes and vines. 16c. Kins
Chain Stores. 1217 East Mala Street.
\VA.vn:i)?.M I.SCli!LbAMiUl>. t>4
CLOTHINO?Highest prices paid lor seo
ond-hand clothing. Phone Madison
DIAMOND?If you have a diamond to buy.
sell, exchange or remount, or old gold to
sell or exchange, bring It to J. T. Allen &
Co.. Jewelers. Fourteenth and Main Streets.
FEATHERS?Spot cash for feathers and I
tt "tlnue fu rnlture. Heard. Mad. 8307.
FURNITURE?Cash for your second-hand
furniture; any quantity. Madison 2341.
FURNITURE?Wanted. goou used furni
ture. any Quantity. Best price paid.
rhone Madison 1906.
FURNITURE?Wanted, to buy new and
second-hand furniture for cash. Kandolph
6702
FURNITURE?We take old furniture In ex
change for new. Knight Furniture Co.,
141'O Hull.
J UN K?We buy all old lunk. pay best I
prices. Richmond Iron and Metal Co.. 11
>6 Nicholson Stroet. Ran. 1894.
PIANOS, furniture, household goods bought,
sold. exchanged. Anderson. Broad at
First. Madison 1037.
TYPEWRITER?Wanted, good second-hand
Underwood typewriter. Apply F 142, caro
Times- Dispatch.
TTPBWKirBtt?Wanted, rood senmO-hand
Underwood typewriter. F (((. cars
Tlmee-Die patch.
HIGHEST cash prices paid for old false
teeth, diamonds. silver, platinum and
gold. E. C. Meyer Jewelry Co.. 21 West
Lroad Street.
ROOMS AND BOARD
HOO.MS l-'OH Itti.^ I'?Klil.WMil.il, 70
FIFTH ST.. N. 116?Single tblrd floor front'
room, furnished. Ladiea.
UONI'ICKLLO HOTEL. U4 North Slghtk,
absolutely hrst-olasa. Rooms. 60c. 76c. tl
dallv: S3 ;o <7 weekly.
H <)OAI?? ??.!?? IIOARU, 731
CHURCH HILL?Two gentlemen w^nt
board wltU private family, one room,
rlmrch Hill. F 638. cars Tlmos-Dlspatch.
FRANKLIN ST.. E. 115?First-class accom
modations; permanent and transient
guests.
FRANKLIN ST., W. 20?First-class accom
modations; rooms with or without board:
evening dmnors. individual tablea
GRACE ST.. 916 W.?I-a r ire. comfortable
rooms wltu board; also ballroom. Miss |
Gordon.
GKACK, W.. ill?Rooms with board- Mrs.
? Johnston.
SOUTH THIRD?Nicely furnished rooms
with board; early breakfast. Mrs. Miles.
312 South Third.
THIRD ST.. 8. 205?Delightful modem
home (central) for boardera; Individual
tables: evening dinner. Transients not
wishing to stop at hotel will Had select
homelike surroundings. Detached' house.
spacious porches and lawn.
TH hi WEBSTER.
CLAT, E. 1014-1016?Rooms and board, ab
solutely rtrat-class; central' bot-water |
heated; prices very reasonable. Madison
2435.
\VAXTKl)?I1UOMS on nOAltO. 7!i j
ROOMS AND BOARD?Wanted doable
room and board with private family In
best residential section. No children. Can
furnish Richmond references. Telephone
Mrs. ltalley. Hotel Rugger.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
APARTMENTS ANl? FLATS. 70
GRACE ST., W. 801?Attractive three-room ;
apartment, second floor, all modern con- |
venlences. for reut September 1. Can be
seen from 10 to 12 A. M.
APARTMENT?Wantod. now or by October!
1, first-floor apartment, every convenience.
J45 to $'i0. West End. Wtil consider two
families or 6 or {-room bungalow. Phono
Boulevard 2R95.
A PAHT.MK.NTS 1- t ItM.MIKU. 77
MARS1IA1.U 16 E. ? Housekeeping furnished
flaij rooms, gas range, running water.
APARTMENT?For rent, furnished apart
ment for July and August, bedroom, sit
ting room and bath. Phone Randolph Ul'8
mornings.
THE FRANKLIN?Wanted. lady to share
furnished apartment of two rooms and
bath In "The Franklin" beginning October
1. Referencea requirud. See Mrs. Murrlson.
rlty mom. Ttmos-Dlspatch. afternoon before
3 o'clock.
I-'AllMS KOIl I IK N'T. 7H
190 ACRES?Rent large farm with 190 acres j
of James River bottom land, eight miles
from city, on railroad. Good buildings.
Mrs. T. M Doltrlck. l.orralne. Va.
HOI SIPS lt'Oll UKWT. 70
GRACE ST.. W.?For rent, a furnished home
with all modern conveniences. Phone
Boulevard 1231.
GRACE ST., 2100 W.?First floorl elirht
rooms, two baths. Open for Inspection.
THIRD ST., 216 8.?Fourteen rooms two
baths. J. A. Connelly .fc Co., Mad. 3.181.
OFFICES AND I>1?8K HOOM~ H3
OFFICES? ~
DESIRABLE offices for rent in
modern fireproof oflico build
ing. All conveniences. Call
or address Uooai 308, Times
Dispatch Building.
OFFICES for rent. A. M. Gover. 22 North ?
Ninth Street. I
V At A I li>.^ ?l.?.UK!>. SO
OCEAN VIEW?For rent for rest of aeaaon >
ivlii,-u r^K's. seven? room rottaco ui |
Ocean View. Modern convonleuce.t Captain I
Warnock, Camp Stuart, Ya.. caro .Major t
OCEAN WAVU iJu'n'Alik. Ocean View. Va..
hflwonn First aad Rwond Avenues water
front. On car line. Will ouen Mj(y 23. Spa
rial evening dinners. Mrs Myrtle Andttf. i
Km Prop j
\VA.Vn:i>?I'O KK.vi\ *7
APAHTMKNT -Wanted, furnished apart
ment or tint with private hath. utartlnx '
Septeinher I. I'hone Madison 1777-J.
AI'AK'i'MKNT Wanted. hy September 1 or
16, four to six-room flat, houso or apart
ment, furnished or unfurnished. Must he
mo.lorn, all oonvenlcncea ami in ifiiod uolwh
iiorho' kI. 1* ho ne M a < I1 (j [ n .131 *W.
t'l.AT?Wanted, upper flat of three or four
rooms. kitchenette and hath. electric
liKhts. healed or steam heat, between Har
rison and Meadow. 1) 700. care Times-Dig
ital* h.
_ItEAI.J STA'l'K KOH ItKNT. P7A
RPKCIA I. attention paid to collnctlon of
rents an<l supervision of rental property.
Prompt returns made. Harrlaon A Hates, 7
North Eleventh St. Mad. >815.
\Vif ran inumpily neiurtt you a Kiiod tenant
for your houses, f'hwwnlnit Doxlty.
J. THOMPSON DROWN i'cO.'Fnaw rant
Hat and loan money awaiting you. Pbona
Mad. >01.
?
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
lioiyfcis ?AI,K. . M
BUY your homo now. Phone Muhleman k
Kaynoe to-day. Mad. 717J.
1 have soma nice homes on CI*/ Street to
soil io colorod people on long time. Wal
ter Srhaaf. Central National Hunk Bide.
I.OTS I'OII SM.K. ?0
WESTllAMTTON building alt*?Equity of
j 1,000 to $1,200 In lot In College Terrace
of about 2 acres; will exchango for good
ll^ht automobile (no Ford) L*>t faces col
lege grounds and Is near car line. Address
F 646. care Times-Dispatch.
LANDH A VI) l'\?l MS KOM SAI.K. HI
KAKM ? For-<7ulcU eaie. truck farm In the
famous trucking section of Beaufort
County. S. C. Desirably located on salt
water. I^ftbor plentiful. Ho* 322, Ucaufort,
S. _C. ,
T1M11 IS 11 Tit ACT?3*0 acres in young lim
ber. Will sell or trado for city property.
Prlce._ $3.500. A 521. earn Times-Dispatch.
JAM EH RIVER?Colonial plantation at
about value of Improvements. Pollard &
It;Mfby. .
WE sell farms. W. S. Robinson A Co.. Real
K a I a I e an<l_ I -oajis. 716 EasI Fra nklln.
160 ACRES?For sate. 160 acres coal land
situated In I^ie County. Va.. on Southern
Railroad. Four workable seams. Rood coal,
siding on property. Also have for w\le a
coal mine In I-.ee County now minlnK 7.000
tons per month, Both properties for quick
sale. If Interested, write J. R. McNutt.
Utueneid. W. Va.
si;iu:kiia.n kok sai.k. . o:t
11ARTON Heights home for sale. J. C. An
derson At Co.. 815 East Franklin.
ELMUXT?For Hale 10 acres of good land.
with unfinished new houso. near Elmont.
Richmond. Fredericksburg and Potomac
Railroad. $1,100. $50 cash and $10 per
month. Geo. E. Crawford & Co.. $32 East
Main. ?
Slid HI. AND SPRINGS ? Six-room house.
Utk? piece of Intnl. tine water and shade.
A bargain at $1,200. l.arge store for rent.
$12 per mouth. Frank P. Read. Highland
Springs. ?
8A1.E OH UK.N'T. M
HOTEL 11 bedrooms. 2 baths; doing a suc
cessful business for 50 years. Will sell
furniture to renter or buVer, Apply to Mrs.
M. A. Smith. Drakes Branch. Va.
FOR farm and city properly, see C. I* tc
II. I- Denoon. 807 Kant Main Street.
LIST your property for saio or rent with
i William M. Miller A Co.. Inc.. 121 North
Eighth Street.
SALES. l.OANS. RENTS?Blara & Funsteo.
I1I.I Kan Mum Street.
RICHMOND TRUST & SAVINGS CO- Seal
Estate Dept.. Seventh and Main.
V AUG HAN-WII1 TEH L'RST CO.. INC.. sales,
rents. leans. city and country property.
WA.NTKII lib. A I, KST^l'te.
FARMS WANTED
IF you have a farm for sale, writ* as for
necessary listing blank*. We get results.
Morton G. Thnlhlmirr. Farm Department.
Richmond. Va. .
UOI'EVVKhU VA. ?L.tst your property ?Ub
Bryant Realty and Insurance Co.. Inc.
LET us secure you a tenant for your vacant
property. CrutchOeld & Co.
LIST your farm anil city property wtth us.
Garrett A Co.. 1112 Eajit Main.
LIST your West End lots for sale with W.
E. Purcell. Jr.. Co.. Inc.. 101 4 Ktst Mala.
LIST your property for rent or for sale with
Chapln & Hume. .
LIST your farms and rental property witb
Gee Bros.. 1322 Hull Street. Madison 83?.
\TH sell real estate at auction everywhere.
Atlantic Coast Realty Co.. Petersburg.
REAL ESTATE l'-QK SAL.K- 07
AT a sacrifice for cash we ofTer modern
blicit flats in West End that will pay you
10 per cent on your Investment. Re* O.
Jones Co.. Inc.. 16 North Eighth Street.
FOB home bargains. see Mooreilela & lilake.
Inc.. 20 Nrrth Eighth Street.
WE are advertisers and sellers of real es
tate. L T. Branch. fc32 East Main Street.
Room 2.
AVCTION?LEGAL
LKUAI. WOT1CKS. lOO
* Commonwealth of Virginia.
Oftlce of tho
Superintendent of Public Printing.
Richmond. \a_. Aug. 7. 191$.
SKA I.ED PROPOS AI^S WILLi UB received
at THIS OFFICE until 12 M. of TUESDAY,
August 20. 1918. for the PRINTING. BIND
ING. RULING, etc.. for the Stato of Vir
ginia for one year from October 1. 1918.
Printed schedules, showing in detail the
classification*, on which ail bids will be re
quired to be made, will be furnished to
bidders on application.
Contractors will be roqulrert to enter Into
bond with security, to be approved by the
Secretary of the Commonwealth, for the
prompt and faithful execution of their con
trThe" right la reserved of rejecting any or
all bids, and the work will be n warded In
such lots or portions aa the Superintendent
may deem proper. ... . ,
All bids to be Inclosed in sealed envelopes
and to be plainly marked "Proposals for
Printing" and "Proposals, for ^"dlng.^
Superintendent of Public Printing.
HKALED PROrOSAI-S WILL BE received
at the SAME TIME AND PLACE for fur
nishing tho following papers for the use of
the Commonwealth:
1,000 ItEAMS 25x3$ 60 lbs. No. 1 M. F.
11 Too' REAMS 2?x36 60 lbs. E. S. Flat
Writing.
250 REAMS 17x3S 32 lb. Flat.
250 REAMS 17x23 24 lb. Flat.
500 REAMS 17x22 14 Canary Writing.
300 REAMS 17x23 36 lb. No. 2 ledger.
200 REAMS 17x3.4 ?K lb. No. 2 ledger.
350 REAMS No. 1 Bond, assorted weights,
sizes and colors.
750 REAMS No. 2 Bond, assorted weights,
?lies ami colors.
2.500 REAMS J5x3S-50 No. 1 S. & S. C.
Book, to be delivered monthly, as needed,
and to he paid for as delivered.
460 REAMS 3.1x50-120 No. 1 Coated Book
for Annual Bulletin. Department Agricul
ture. to be delivered November 1.
Papers, etc., to bo delivered at such times.
In such quantities, and Into such places as
the superintendent may direct without
charge for freight or drayage.
Bidders will furnish samnlos of size and
weights advertised for. The right Is re
served to reject any or all bids.
All bids to be Inclosud In sealed envelopes
and to be plainly marked "Proposals for
Paper."
Note.?Bids for paper will be opened at
the pleasure of the superintendent.
SSALED PROPOSAL WILL BB re
ceived at the SAME TIME AND PLACE for
furnishing Incidental oftlce stationery sup
plies, consisting of PENS. PENCILS, INK.
RUBBER BANDS, etc.. etc.
All bids to be made upon blanks ta be
furnished by the Superintendent of Publlo
Printing and to be inclosed In sealed en
velopes marked "Proposal for Furnishing
Stationery Supplies."
DAVIS BOTTOM.
Superintendent of Public PrlnU'n*.
AUCTION SALES. M
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
HOUSEHOLD PUTIN ITURE, ETC.
W? will sell for th? undersigned
truntee at our store, 610 East Broad
Street.
MONDAY, AUOUST 13.
at 10:30 A. M-,
Five-piece Parlor Suit, Oak Dining1
Suit, Oak ami Walnut Bureaus and
Washstands, Chiffoniers, Wardrobes,
Iron Beds, Springs and Mattresses,
Leather Chairs, Brass Tables, Mahog
any Settee. Cupboard, Curtains, Rugs,
Druggets, Rockers. Lace Curtains. Pic
tures, Crockery, Matting. Linoleum,
etc. Also several piceos Rare An
tiques.
E. B. THOMASSON. Trustee.
VIRGINIA AUCTION CO..
Auctioneers.
GEO. V. OLIVER, Salesman.
ft K AIj KSTATK POIl HKNT. &7-A
FOH RENT.
Ginter Park
Party to take half of beautiful ten
room house, steam heated^ electric
lights, large grounds, near car line,
l'hono or call at onco, W. LJl Lawrence.
F. \V. Dabney & Co.. FMftb and Broad
Streets. __
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' A REAL HOME
Bargain?Only $800.00
Comfortable 5-room house on lot
45x172 feet, in strictly whit? sec
tion. Owner, going to France, -wishes
to have nil his holdings in Liberty
bonds. Call at 110 East Main Street
from 10 to 1 and 4 to 6.
See This Place for Yourself

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