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STEtitiENQUKS wtniM, Can u*? *everal boy* with wheel* a* messenger*. Apply Delivery Department. Western Union Tela* graph Company. OPERATOR?Wanted, In paper box buslnes* a nrvt-cla.iii operator (or dingle and double scoring machines. One who Is familiar with hl?h-*rade. accurate work. Must bo abovv the draft ajo; preferably a man who la capable and looking for a permanent posi tion. with chai.ce for advancement. Reply statins experience had and salary expected. 1. 906. Part- Times.Dispatch. PACKER?Wanted, colored man aa packer. experienced one preferred. Apply South ern Mar gain House. PLUMUER8? ? UNION plumbers have left the work at Camp Eustis, Lfee Hall, Va., without giving notice or reasons, thus handicapping the completion of this camp. It is an urgent war necessity. Men are wanted who are competent to do plain plumbing work. Rate, 75 cents per hour, double time for all overtime. Work 10 hours per day, Sundays includ ed. Apply WINSTON & CO., Camp Eustis, Lee Hall, Va. PRINTER PRINTER wanted, two-thirder. Good pay, pleasant surround ings. Applv immediately. WORTENDYKE MFG. CO., Foot of Thirteenth Street. RIGGER HELPERS? 100 rigger helpers wanted at once for Hopewell. No ex perience necessary. Must ap ply at once. U. S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE (BRANCH), G22 East Broad Street, Richmond, Va. BALEEN1 ?Wanted, three; lirftl. healthy ouiuuur work, lew hour* eacn u*y or fu.l time. Liberal pay ill K*?t Rroad Siresu_ SALESMEN?Wanted. several hich-clasa specialty aalesmen to sell a proprietary medicine to the retail tr?<le through the jobber. None but experienced men need ap ply. l.lberul contract and permanent posi tion* to the men that can show results. Address 13. O. care Timgs-Dispateh. 6Al.klhMAN-WanUd. sairaiiiun tor sta.'lon ery and office supply business. Omy those with exptrlence need apply; good salary; permanent position Apply Tha Franklin Pr>" Petersburg Va. SALESMEN?Shoe salesmen wanted; 2 ex perienced men. IllR pay. Hurt Shoo Co., 104 East ? road Btr?et. SALESMAN?We can use hlch-class sales man for Vlrcinla. Salary und commission. Sell old-established line of stock remedies. See Mr. Percruson, Murphy's Hotel. Sunday 10 to 12 A. M ? V" .... SALESMEN. CATHOLIC. An Unusual Opportunity TO earn 140 to ISO weekly In a national or Jtanlxatlon. the larrent of It* kind. Work pleasant, dignified. profitable. Need county. State and branch m&nacers. Write Mr. Caa sady. No. 62 Knickerbocker Uuildinif. Haiti more. Md. Do It now! SHIP WORKERS STEADY WORK, LONG JOB COME, DON'T WRITE RIVETERS HOLDERS-ON HEATERS STRUCTURAL IRON WORKERS BOILERMAKERS BEST PLAC TO WORK NEW YARD AND NEW EQUIPMENT. BEST PLACE TO WORK The metropolitan district, with its varied amusements and attractions, is yours from which to choose your home surround ? ings. Apply SUBMARINE BOAT CORPORATION, Employment Office, Newark Bay Shipyard, Port Newark, N. J. SHOEMAKERS ? Wanted, 10 fast shoemakers. Working piecework on army shoes. Steady job. Chances to make as high as $75 per week. Rail road fare paid. Come ready to . work. BLUE RIBBON SHOE ? REPAIRING CO., 2123 Jeffer son Avenue, Newport News, Va. HKLP WAKTED?MAI<E. 30 SHOK SAi.KbMKN?Uev?ral thoroughly ex perienced shoe salesmsn. References. Glrsh. Hopewell. Va. . SIGN' PAINTER?Wanted. Rood all-round ulirn nalnter. Work on 60-60 b&nls. 707 West Cary Street. STOCK fliKKKS?Wanted, two young inrn xlmut 17 years of age, not returning to school. us stock boys. Southern Bargain Hou?*. STOCK AND SHIPPING CLERK? THE local branch of a large manufacturing company re quire a man, not subject to draft, who has had experience as a Btock clerk and who under stands shipping. We would pre fer a man who has had experi ence with a mercantile concern or who understands the han dling of freight or express. Any application, however, will be considered. The position is permanent and the chances for future advancement are excel lent. In reply state age, ex perience and salary desired. Box J 726, care Times-Dispatch. STOVE MOUNTERS?Wanted, on *ov?rn mfnt ranges. salary $36 and over; plec* work. Car fare advanced. The 8. H. Sex ton Stove and M f k. Co.. BOO block West Conway Htrect. Baltimore. Md. TAILOR?Wanted. at once. experienced tailor to take charge of alleratlonn on mlliinrv unlforma. Apply to Globe De partment Store, Petersburg. Va. UI'HOLSTERER8? W.ANTED, upholsterers for au tomobile body work. Best wages, steady employment. Fur niture and buggy upholsterers can make good at this job. KLINE KAR CORP., Seventh ' and Cary Streets. HKLP WAXTKD?KKMALE 31 BINDERY?Wantea. young laaies and stria to work In our bindery, eight hours a day at * pleasan employment and good salary. Apply at once to Williams 1'rlnUog Com pany. 11 North I'ourttenth Street, BOOKKEEPER?Capable woman bookkeep er wanted with good general ofllcc ex perience. Lumber preferred Oive full ref erences. tlnod aalary. P. O. Box 724. COOK?Wanted, experienced, with refer ence: no other need apply. 10a South Boulevard. | COOK ? Wanted, experienced girl for cook ing and light housekeeping: small family. I Good wages. Boulev.ird 1911. 2017 lian | over Avenue. GIRLS AND WOMEN WANTED. at Thalhlmer Bros, girls and women who are interested In working their way to executive povltlons; also s&lebpeople of ability. Apply to ?:J0 at ofQce, 204 North Klfth Street. LADIES and QIRLS? Y0UNG 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 in shorter HOURS. WHITLOCK BRANCH, 23d and Main Sts. We can give employment to ! young ladies and girls between i the ages of 14 and 30, and es-i I pecially from 14 to 18. I . i GIRLS?Wanted, cirls. women. Government positions. 30,000 vacancies. tlOO month. | Write for Hat positions. Franklin Institute. | Dept. 721-O Rochester. N. T. GIRLS?Wanted, clrls to wrap and sew Swift"!' Co PSr We*k t0 "tart i GIRLS AND WOMEN? WANTED, GIRLS AND WOMEN To learn can-making opera tions on easily operated and safe machines. $12.00 PER WEEK Paid while learning. Piece work iyhen proficient at rates that will enable the ( operators to \ EARN FROM . $14.00 TO $20.00 PER WEEK. "STEADY WORK FOR ?STEADY WORKERS" % AMERICAN CAN CO., 24th and Venable Streets. LAD1KS?Wanted, three ladles for light outdoor, easy work; two or three hours per day. Liberal pay, ill Hast Broad Street. MAID?Wanted, experienced maid und walt reas. 916 Weat Orace Street. MOTHER HELPER?Wanted] a' ireniie woman aa mother's helpsr, to assist In the averago home duties. In n fsmlly of five. State terms In first letter. Mra. J. Robb Dlx. Urbanna. Va. SALESLADIES wanted. Huyler's, 221 JSast Broad Street. SALESLADIES?Wanted. 3'4lesU:dU?. those with aaparlenoa prerernfC appll cation In wrltlnir. Stat? rfw^VJI experi ence. Virginia Stationery 'S. HKLP WANTED?FBMALR St A f?H Krt ? Wanted. stenographer^ Will take * beginner. Good pay and short hours. Muil be ready to start work at once. K 83H. pare Times-Dispatch. STENOGRAPHERS ? Wanted, J 3 or 4 stenographers for work in coal office. Address UNITED STATES COAL & COKE CO., Gary, W. Va. TEACH KJIS?Science, language manual training. mathematics Enal ish li ?so -?aeh. Give full data. TeU|ci&uhaddreu I, 909. carp Tlmes-Dlspatch address. TELEPHONE OPERATOR3-? A VOCATION TO BE PROUD OF LEARN A USEFUL PROFESSION * TELEPHONE OPERATING is a fine opportunity for young women between 16 and 26. Experience unne cessary. Salary paid while learning. A total of $10.00 a week after first four weeks of in struction. After that, fre quent advancement. Permanent, high-grade em ployment. Meals served at cost. Congenial surroundings. Sick benefits. Annual va cations with pay. _ See MISS VIA, 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. 709 East Grace Street Telephone number Ran. 12000 THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC TELEPHONE CO. OF VIRGINIA. Goveminent civil service ex^ml ' nations In Richmond August and Septem ber. Government clerk, teacher, lnapec tress. typewriter, research clerk. Experi ence unnecessary. Women desiring govern ment positions write for free particulars J C. Leonard (former Civil Service Examiner;. KM Kenols Bid.. Washington. YOUNG UALiIEB? ~ ' P. H. MATO A BRO. Branch. Twenty-sixth and Carr Streets, need experienced pack ers (young ladlei) on allced Dlun. YOUNG LADIES AND OIR1--B? WANTED, i YOUNG LADIES AND GIRLS For Clean, Pleasant and Profitable Work in the Various Departments of Our Factory. British-American Tobacco Co., Ltd., 900 North Lombardy Street. YOUNG WOMAN SPDENDID opportunity for young woman with artistic taste In home furnishing; and business ability. Address I) 728, care Times Dispatch. YOUNG LADY experienced In soiling or In office work, or any ono who wants to help serve hsr country by letting out men to flcht can find nice pleasant work with re fined surroundings, short hours and good pay. If war times makes it necessary to secure employment you will find tills posi tion lucrative and congenial. Address or call. Please don't phone. Southern Stamp and Stationery Co.. Mr. Uosendorf, Twelve Six Main. iini.r?.im.n oh fK.HAi.ii:. xi PRINTING office and bind ery help wanted. Excel lent positions open in our factory for compositors, job press feeders, paper rulers and experienced bindery help, male and female. Vir ginia Stationery Co., Ninth and Cary Streets. S'ANTED 1 carver. KH **P?rlenc?d storeroom man. oNH linen woman. ONE pastry woman or man. TWO ?crubwoman. INQUIREI RICHMOND CAFETERIA, sevonth and Franklin Streets. WAITED, Immediately, men. women. Qot TO Koon*>t*r, N. T. UNITED 8TATE3 EMPLOYMENT SER VICE BRANCH. 022 Kaat Broad Street, You Couldn't Expect It You couldn't expect n person to hunt through throe or four hundred Want Ads to find what ho is looking for. That is why Times-Dispatch Want Ads are Classified and Indexed. You first find the Classification you think the article should be under, then the index word points it out to you. Early delivery of your Sunday copy to-day insures correct classification and proper in dexing. To telephone an ad call / RANDOLPH ONE TIMES-DISPATCH WANT ADS ARE Result Producers. HKLI'-UALK Ull KK >1A I.K. 33 BOTS. MEN AND GIRLS? AN essential industry requires services of boys, men and girls in the manufacture of pa per products, either night or' day work. Pleasant surround ings; liberal bonus. Good pay. Apply immediately. WORTENDYKE MFG. CO., Foot of Thirteenth Street. WEN AND WOMEN? WORK IN ESSENTIAL' PLANT ? At good wages we can give regular employ ment to additional men and girls in essential plant. Apply at Baking Pow der Factory, Eighth and Perry Streets, South Richmond. THE SOUTHERN MANUFACTURING COMPANY. sai.ks.mi-:> a.\ n a c;i:vi.s. 33 SALE8M EN?Wo want a few good sales men to sell our line of military wrist watches anil other things In the specialty line. There Is r very big demand mi pres ent for our line In every town In the United States, not alone in camp towns. Wo will ailvance your traveling ??xpenses. Refer ences required. Writo Do* 123. Charlottes ville. Ya SITUATIONS WAXTK1)?.11A 1.10. 34 CHIEF" ELECTRICIAN?Fifteen years* ex perience operating, construction and mailt- I tenance; ace forty. Good references Chief Electrician. Box 41S Hampton. Va. DRUG CLERIC desires Change first part September. Unregistered and paHt draft aire. Experienced In all brunches. Mar ried and settled. J 727. care Timcs-Dis PUtCh. . ______ MANAGER?Hardware man. seven years' experience, desires conlioctlon ua man ager or ..t>s1stant manager with reputable tirm. Unless you noed competent man ; don't answer. I. 608. care Times-Dispatch. I SALESMAN?Position as a traveling sales man by a live man who is at nreient managing a store: exempt from draft and can sell anything. Knows drug line, sta tionery. soda founts. Addr?ss 1. 913, euro Times-Dispatch. MTUATIOXS WAiVI'Kl)?KKMAIiK. 3S HOUSEKEEPER?Experienced housekeeper wlanos position In or near city. Mrs. Edith l.ettan. Glen Alleli. Va. HOUSEKEEPER?Lady wishes position as housekeeper or companion for lady. Rhone Madison 220ti. or call on Mrs. M. 1*. Cannon. 1012 East .Marshall. j LADY?Wanted, by young lady experienced ill handling money, a position as receiving teller In bunk. Cun furnish best, jf refer ence: also experienced In o:lu:u work. K, MO. care Times-Dispatch. STENOGRAPHER ? Wanted, immediately, positi-m us stenographer, typist or unlet* assistant, Uegliinor, graduate. L i)lO. care Times-Dispatch. YOUNG LADY. 3 years' experience, thor oughly familiar with c;ll ofllco details, niinif. etc. livai references. J 125, car* Times-Dispatch. I FINANCIAL Bust MOMS OI'I'OHTll.M'I'Um. ?0 AUruMuTTTuti ACCESSORIES?A cfrowlniC automobile tire and accessory business for sal j at b*i \s jst Uroad Street. Will Mil and fixtures dollar for dollar. Reasou or selllne. owner has Other business and is unnl?i.' to give unit- to both. CLEANING WORKS?For sale, tlio Rem ington Cleaning Works. 337 North Harri son. Good -usiness Selling on account of health. On easy terms. GENERAL MERCHANDISE?For sale, on account of going to war, our stock of general merchandise. Livo town; good trade: well established. Address L 912, care TJ men- Dispatch. ____ LIVERY?Kor sale, oldest livery sale and hrlng business In heart of city. Will sell at cost inventory of stock, as the owner is retiring from business. J 700. caro Times Dispatch. MAN?Strong, progressive, old line life In surance company desires capable man. of clean record, as manager. Richmond district. If you want monoy-rnaking contracts, name tliTw and place, lor confidential interview, oh Monday. August 10. C 808, euro Times I Jlspatch. PARTNER WANTED?A wondorful oppor tunity to secure interest In an established business, wholesale and retail, now doing big business. llavs more orders than we can fill. Must havo I2,dOO. The urullt is ?cv*r less than 1400 per week. Will stand strictest Investigation. Wrlto Hox 123. Char>??gsyiU?. Va. 11UMINKSS OPPORTUMITIKS. 3g MONEY TO LOAN At Legal Kates to Salaried People and Householders. Easy Payment Plan. BENEFICIAL LOAN ASSO., Inc., . 402Vi East Marshall Street ; Phone Randolph 2D75. $2.50 AND THE INTEREST ? la All That We Require You to I 'ay Back Each Month On A $50 LOAN Other Amounts in Proportion. You cuu repay wore at uny time or In rull *t your tunvt-nionco. which reduce* cost. Under tho present Uw all Interest th?r*M are alike, lit considering where or from whom you will borrow, you abould con alder the aervlco rondored and the Urmi ot repayment. Our Terms Are Easiest A licensed and bonded Arm maktnr loana $16 to $200 on Home Furniture and Pianos ?t auch a low rate tha>. you can afford to borrow our money U make CASH our chaaes and make a profit thereon. We take up loans from other firms, advancing mora money on easier '.erttta. See our manager: he haa a genuine desire to be ot aervlco to you In your financial matter*. CITIZENS LOAN SOCIETY, 417 East Broad Street, Second Floor, I'booo It a n. 1491. 1OUKQW on your watchea. diamonds and jewelry from tno Eoultable Loan Society. 1?5 Sort" Eighth "UreeL ? LEGAL RATE LOANS ?ON? Personal Property of All Kinds Interest oil $ 5.00 is 25c " $10.00 " 60c " $15.00 M 75c " $25.00 " $1.25 " $50.00 " $2.50 Seaboard Security Company (Phone Madison 4312), 108 North Seventh Street LOOK UP THE "CENTRAL" When You Need Money. I.awful, legal rate of Interest, confidential, courteous treatment, convenient terms, uulck *-rvice. Call, write or phone Madison 1670. ' CENTRAL LOAN CO., 412 EAST MARSHALL STREET. MONEY TO VBND? $12 TO $100 LOANED on furniture, salary. Liberty bond*. ?to. ?l legal rates and on long or short time." We give vou la months to pay the loan If vou wish, vou paying for tho actual rAYMKNT8SA30"oVW AS $1.10 PER MONTH The Total Cost for Four Months of $16 is $2.00 $60 is $6.26 $20 is $2.50 $100 is $8.76 $12 is .$1.50 $25 is $3.14 In Regular Monthly Payment*. Open your account with ine Standard Credit Company, wnore yuu ar? ?* aervlco. We rodptfCL your cuiittdenee. | PRIVACY?COURTBSV?CON81 UtJKAl'lON LOANS JiaUE IN l'E'i KltSBUlUJ AND SUUUHBAN TOWNS. I STANDARD CREDIT COMPANY 212 N Fourth St. (2nd Floor). Phone Madison 3672. HKAli K8TATB l.OAXH. ilO MONEY" to lend on real estate. Ruflln Si Sloan. IS North Eighth Street. \> Z loan money lor >oU or to you. 11. T Klcheson. INSTRUCTION MUSICAL, DANCI.Nt;, 1)11 A M ATIC.4.1 DANCING taught at Chief s Acailouiy Tu?a oay und Fnuay nlghis. Matilson 44o?. LIVE STOCK II Oil SliS, C ATT LB, VKII It.'I.KS. 47 MORSE A.MJ W ACO.N?for sale. ?uod sound tiorae. Mgiit delivery w*Kon ana uai-ness. Will sell mS a wnote at a LmrKain or sepa rately. A. lietzer St Sofia. iWo West Main Street CRULL'S STABLES. | J. Cruli. ?12 East Cary. HULCHE1VS STABLES. ?)2 North Fifth Sireet. VIRGINIAS RELIABLE UA.2.AAR, WOLF At BROOKS. TOU will Itnd plenty uoroea and mules, | second-hand waeona. uumfioa anu harnesi I for rale u?tly. Auction u?)?, Tuesday ana Baturdsy. Hrtns us your surplus stock. We I will sell them for vuU, auU. you mu ti*\ \our uion?y same day. East Franklin Street, Phone Madison U8i MERCHAISDISE humimoss xotici:s. so HARNESS? E. T. HUlly, 6U3 1,r.oolt. Hiilf-nsc* ind harness repaired. Mad. _jjjl JEWELERS?Cocke ft Co.. &.13 West Rroad | Streot. Railroad watch Inspectors. . LOCKSMITH and bellhanger. J. W. Martin. | 20 North Third. Randolph 1034. SHOES shlned. Six tlckots, ISc Shoes re paired. Comfort Shoe Co.. ?0S E. Main. ' BUS1 X KS iT Kit V11' M K X T. SAFES THAT ARE SAFE. BARNES SAFE AND VAULT CO.. Rlch monil Va. SAFES. . ? L. N. COOKE SAFE AND LOCK CO.. Richmond, Va. CUT-RATE AWN1NO PRICKS. CAI.L for estimates. Southern lent and Awning Co., 200 West Broud. Mad. 7397. f.'ARM AND iiAinv l'womiuTs n:i /CpPLKS-?Fruit near city, several hundred bushels under trees, l iirchaser lo gather and huul. Phono Madison 138. ICE, PUl'.L A\l) KI0IC1). M COAL?The beat lump a nil splint coal,! I. Tyler * Rvau. 1001 West Cary. Randolph 1017. Madison 1979. UflOl) TlllXCiS TO KAT. B5 1CB CREAM 8PBCIAL?Fresh neach cream this week. Chun. Sunyour. Ran. 983.. WYNNE'S Ice cream "tastes best; 'tis beat." Madison J610. PEACH CREAM?Special this week, fresh poach cream. A. Sanyour. Call Mad. 1160. HOUSKlltH.I) t.OOI-M. 37 Oil IN A?Beautiful set of iluViMIn Llmodea china for sulo privutoiy. tlrosnani Court, Ai)nrtnionl_2'< FURNITURE?At a sacrifice. white enamel dresser. chllionUr, chairs, small table, wardrobe. rtlimiK tablo almost now. Maui ann 4&83-J. KURNl'l'URaJ bought, sold arid exchanged. Boyd 11. Cobb. zoti W. uroad. Mad. 21'dl, Put.ioil?1 o KOI Al, 1'1A.\U POLtbH WILL MAKE YOUIl PlANo LOOK LIKE NEW, THY A BOTTLE TO-DAY. A. a. CRAFTS PIANO CO., His NORTH SECOND STREET FOUR cano bottom walnut chairs, walnut dresser. walnut wasnst-and, white iron slnulo bed complete, unu brass bod com plete, cooking utenalls. ohlnaware. b>>ld privately. Ureshum Court. Apartment 27. MACHIMORY AXI> SUPPMIOS. RS AC E l' Y LKN Hi Has machllia. Ledgorwood D. <? n n MIBCBM.AXKOVS FPU SALB. M TENTS. old and now, all size*. for ult or rent. canioln/r part)** or other purposes. A1 no Scout equipment. including O. D. suits, khaki suit*. haversacks. leggings. Dutteea, etc. I a. Rose ? Co.. Stemhelmcr lifos.. pro prietors. Randolph 1323. 4io Urook Ave n'i? City. WauO.NS? Hackney farm wagon*. P?v? money at llrintow'a. (Jet my prices before buying 11-15 North Klghteenth. WOUL-Wool growers. ?hlu >our clip to aa. Obtain maximum orlces and ?v? ttptniH Old viralnla Hide and Wool Compter mi F.a?? Cary Street. WANi'El;, OLD FKATHKR IIBUS AND Af;p JC*>ros OF FURNITURE. PHONK ROri.F VAflD GJO K It A USE AlITO WRECK l.NCI AN1< -M KTAL, CO., buyers of old automobiles, uietaN and machinery. Twentieth and Main Street!. .MUSICAL INSTItUMIONTS. 00 PIANOS A number of rebuilt pianos moat n* good hi new. All guaranteed. at urlcn from S100 to $260. on easy terma. Colonial Piano Corp.. 205 East Broad Street. BXCKPTIONAI. bargain In almoat new atandard make piano used In private horn* 1 ahort tune. Will sell for about half Its ' original worth. U 614. euro Tlmea-Dls patch. LAKOK style grafonola and records to trade for upright piano In good condition. Ma chine practically new. IT 614. care Times* Dispatch. YOUH chance to buy a high-grade player with blr selection of muslo. Very reason able. Standard make and In flno playing condition. D 736. care Times-Dispatch. YOUR piano I will tune or purchase for cash. Manly B. Ramos. 106 X, Seventh. fp you are moving and have an upright piano to soil cheap for cash, write me full partloularB. and If satisfactory. Will call on you. II m. care Times-Dispatch. WANTED, to buy for cash. good upright piano. Must bo cheap and in good con dition. State full description In flrat letter. 11 016. cure Times-Dispatch. SIOKDS. PLANTS, KKHTIlilXKHS. 61 JTUO klll?r potatoes and vines, lie. ' King Chain Stores 1217 Rss' Main Street. WIMIII.M1 A PA Ittiln ?3 H. UKWIS. Dailies' Talior, now locaTed at lift KmHt Grace Street \V A > I'K1)?3USUKLL A.N KO US. 04 CASH REGISTER?Wanted, to buy two sec oml-liand cash registers, l'honu Tarrant Drug t\i., 1 West Broad Street. CLOTHING?Highest prices paid tor second hand clothing. Phone Madison 3326. DIAMOND?1( vou have a diamond to bur. sell. e.\chanae or remount, or old gold to sell or cti.-nangp, bring It to J. T. Allen & Co.. Jew elera. Fourteenth and Mm n Hi reels i hA ilirilia-s>i>ut cash for feather* and antique furniture Heard Mad. 8307. FURNITURE ? Cash for your second-hand ('?irnlture; any ?iuantlty. Madison 2341. I i- URN 1T0HE?Wanted, goon used lurnt lure. any quantity, best uric? paid. 1'hoiif M.tuison imo<. . ! FURNITURE?Wanted, to buy new and | ^ second-hand luriiliure for cash. Randolph ' FURNITURE?We lake old furniture In ex chango for new. Knight. Furniture Co.. 1420 Hull. JUNK?We buy all old lunk. pay best prices. Richmond Iron and Metal Co.. 11 26 Nicholson Street. Ran. 6I>4. PIANOS, furniture household guods bought. sold. exchanged, /-iderson. Broad at First. Madison 1037. HIGHEST rash prices paid for old false teoth. diamonds, sliver. platinum and gold. E. C. Meyer Jowelry Co.. 21 West i>r?ad street. IF >uur Hours look dingy and need a nsw dress, use Velvet Floor Stain. Vaughan's, Hi Uaet Broad. WHEN vour car needs oollshlng tin una Vuuwhan'M Peerless Ulnannr, 16 E. Uroad St. KOIt TIIAIJK?MISCIOI.I.AMCOUS. OS WILD TRADE 11.000 Stiort player and 200 rolls mu.iic for automobilo in soou condi tion. _ AduroB!?_C_8l3vcare_TlmeB-Dlspatch. ROOMS AN D~BOARD IKIMMS FOK HK.NT?I'l'HMSIIIiU. 7& GARY S T.. E. 313?For rent, nicely furnished rooniM und nuts for light housekeeping. (3.jo to t7 per week. See Airs. Drown. CARY ST. W. S60V?FurnlMled rooms, mod ern conveniences; rent reasonable; In prl vatc famlly. GRACE ST.. W 1014 ? Furnished rooms for rent; convenient to ears and Jitney, steat heat, electric light*. C It A CD. W. 1014?Furnished rooms, conve nient to tha jitney cars, electric Utthta and ateaiii heat. m<j.n i nJbL.LO iiOTLD. lit North Eigbtk, absolutely flrm-clasa. Rooms. 600. 76c. It d?n' ti 10 *1 weekly FOR RBNT, to gentlemen, two front fur nished rooms, private bath und shower, p t e am he at. Doulnvard 1847. ?ol>ws?UNKl'ltMSIIBH. 71 FIFTH AND MAIN?For rent. 2 rooms and bath, lieat, water und light furnished. Virginia Building. S32.S0 and <37.60 per month. Apnly Pollard ft Ragby, Inc. FOR rent by Soptemher 1 upstairs rooms for _?1 orage. l'h< 1 no MadIson 1_105- W. ROOMS WITH IIOAIll). T2 Fit A.N KLIN. Ki aVS-ldl?Most centrally lo^ cated for business men and woman; clean, woll-hopl rooms; excellent meals; Rood ser vice: C o'clock dinner. Mra. E. ii. Omo hundro. FBANK.1.IN ST.. W. 20?Flrat-claaa acoorn mudationa; rooms with or without boardi eveiling dinners' individual tabltn. GRACE ST., #11?Rooms with board. Mrs. Johnston. BUUTH THIRD?Nicely rurnlahed room* with board: early breakfast. Mra. Miles. 112 South Third. ill 1 R D ST.. s! 209?Delightful modern home (central) for hoarders: Individual , tables: evening dinner. Tranaionta not I Wishing to at op at hotel will tlnd aeloot homelike surroundings Detached house. apaclous porches oml lawn. THE WEBSTER. CI.AY. E. 1014-101C?Rooms and board, ab solutely tlrat-cluss; central; lint-water heated: prlccs very reasonable. Madison S436. WA.VTK1)?ROOMS 4>H HOARD. 75 CENTRAL?Wanted, by mlddle-agdd gon tieman. large unfurnished room with board or board near-by. not west of I.oni burdy. for about September 1. J 720, care Tlmea-Dispatch. flOOM?Bachelor desires modernly fur nished room with private bath by itionth: not west of Laurvl Street. Reforenceu If ro qulred. O 638, care Tlmes-Dlapatch. WEST END?Board and lodging. Septem ber 1 by couple without children. 'Will consider furnished rooms for light house keeping or furnished apartment oc fur Ci.shed flat; prefer locating between l^>m ardy and Doulovard. ou Park, Stuart, llan over or Grove Avenues. Box 21. City. WEST END?Wanted, by lady teacher In ltlnford School, room with board: inivato family preferred. Must be within ten blocks ot school. AdJr<'ss Teacher. P. 0. Box 6SC. REAL ESTATE FOR~RENT A PA HTM MINTS AND FLATS. 70 A DDI SON ST.. N. 2?Upper ilat of .1 rooms and bath. Phone Boulovard 2 0aS-W. lm meillato possession. APARTMBNT, 0 rooms nnd-Farffe bath" Strlctlv modern alt conveniences. Hot water heat furnished. One block from car Location best. References roiiulred. Price moderate. J ;24. rare Times-Dispatch, or I' M 3?57-\V, 7 to ? A. 41.. 7 to 10 \V EST END?Will subront modern seven room apartment oyer Ureenwald's rhar macy two large porches, two private baths, third floor. Phone Boulevard 2388. A PA?tT.M10.Vr8 K L'H .MS H|jp. 77 APARTMENT?Wanted. 3 rooms and bath hounelteeping. Suburbs or near; furnished. Address K tu7. care Tlrr.an-Dlspatch. WAiISIIaUl 16 E.? Housekeeping turnubml n%l. rooms, gaa range, running water. I'AUlv AVE. 1310?? For rent, f urnlshod apartment, ateam heat, electric llghis. HOLMOHFOU iTlOXT. 70 ORACE ST.. E. 3619?Ten rooms, 3 bslha. J. A. Connelly Si Co. Madlson_314l. ^'A'N ST.. \V. 332?Nino rooms, two baThs: .105 South Harrison Street, six rooms. Seven rooms In house. .120 West Alain with bath; cheap rent. Apply 320 West Mai 11. MAIN ST.. W. 331?Seven rooms and bath. J. A. Connelly A Co. Madison 3361. OKKICHS AXD I1KWK IIOOM. sa OFIHCES for rent. A. M. Oover. 32 North ninin wircot. OFFICES DESIRABLE offices for rent in modern fireproof office build ing. All conveniences. Call or address Room 308, Times Dispatch Building. VACATION HOMHH. SO OCEAN WAVE COTTA0B. Ocean VUw. Va^ hotweon First and Second Avenues, water front. On car line. Will open May 31. Hps i.al evening dinners. Mra. Myrtle ADdor< eon. Prop WANTfcin-e-TO If 10NT. fif APARTMENT?Wanted, at once, Crstw or top fiuor .heated. *46 to ISO. Weat Sod preferred, lloulovard 18)5, FARM. SMALL?Wanted, to rent small farm not less than 6 acres, not later than September 1, closo to city. W. Felshow, 309 Eaat Marshall Street. ItKAL tOSTATK roft HUNT. OTA SPECIAL attention paid to collection of rente an<T aup*rwa!on of rental procerty, I Prompt returna made., Harrison A Jbatea, 1 North Eleventh SL Mad. 1I1&. , HEAL ESTATE FOR KEBTT. T-A WE can promptly ??our* you ? *ckx1 tiuat tor your hvuaes. Chewnlng A Booley. J. THOMPSON llROWN * CO.'8 new nb! . list ana loan money awaltin* you. Pbeoa &1ad._101. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE HOVSBS FPU BALE. M 11IO111 j AN I > 8PIUNOS. near center. l-room houso lure* piece of land, 11.200. Term*. Geveral fire houses with from <i to 9 rooms, modern conveniences, at bargains, on car line. Frank P. Head. fllOHl.AND l'AHK home, on corner; eight rooms largo tot. garage In rcar^. at a bargain. Kor quick sale, see us at once. Hex O. Jones Co.. Inc.. 16 North Klghth St. 11U i" your nome now. 1'hone Muhleman A Kayhoi* to-day. Madison 7173. I 11AVK some nice tiomes on Clay Street ta ?ell to colored people on long time.* Wal ter Schuaf. t.'ontral National Bank Bldg. LAS OS AMI FARMS FOR SALR. 91 JAMBS RIVER?Colonial plantation at about value o( Improvements. Pollard & Uagbv. WK sell farms. W. S. Robinson A Co., Real' Estate and Loans. 716 East Franklin. 30 ACllKS?Fronts on good roaa; 8 acres In cultivation. Nice pear orchard; ? miles from city. 2 miles from government plant.' No buildings. price. $1,300. J 7J1. car* Tliiiee-AJ'n'iatc h. SUPUR11AX FOR SAliR M 1JAHTON 11 EIGHTS home for sale. J. C. Andarson A Co.. 81t Bast Franklin. 8AL.il OH KKiVT, l ull f ai til anu city property, see C. I* A UL l,. l>? iioon. ?07 K.tal Main Street. LliiT your property for sale or rent with William if. Miller & Co.. Inc^ lit North Eighth Street. bAl.BS. LOANS, HUNTS?IS lam A FunsieUi Ul.i r-.a-i .iUiii dtreat. RICHMOND TRUST A SAVINGS CO.. Real List*te department. Seventh and Main. \ aluha.S'nt i c.ilUitST CO., Inc., sates, ronii. loans, city and country property. WAXTKU?HfciAL i; ST ATE. M FARMS WANTED. IF you have a tarm for sale, writ* us for necessary listing blanks. We get reaulta. Morton o. Thalntmer. Farm Depu. Rich mond. Va. ?ii>ft: v. kll va.?List your property #uil Bryant H?-aitv and Insurance Co.. lne. LISA' your tariila and rental property wltfc Uce Hr(i.?. I J.7 Hull Street. Madison fTlH i' your West e.nd lots tor sale with -*r. !?!. Purcell. Jr.. Co.. Inc.! 1014 Kaat Main. LIST your property for rent or for sale with Chau.ii & llume. . LIST your (arm and city property wit fx tta Uarrett & Co.. Ilia East Main. Lli'l' ua secUie you a tenant for your vacant property I'rutchtleld Co. Pine Ti.\inKit?Wanted, tract of pin* tim bor about 500.000 to got.ooo feet. Timber muHi li?5 of fair slxe and not over four mllea trom railroad, with good roads. Addreaa jloom s u j. llessemer Building. Pittsburgh. \\ ci ^' II real estate at auction everywhere. Atlantic CoHut Realty Co.. Petersburg. \VA.\T for a cuHiomer. l-room brick houea. West End. Will pay cash. White A Co-, American Hank nullrllng. IU0AL 13 STATE-?KOR SALIS. 97 ELM STREET, BETWEEN Grove and Floyd Avenue, modern dwelling of six rooms and sleeping porch. Possession September 1. Cheap and attractive. $6,650. Vaughan-Whitehurst Co., Inc. vUlt uuiue Oartfallis. see Muuroucia *t matte. Inc.. t? Nrrih Eighth Bfreet. FOR SALE, city or country property. L. T? Branch. >32 East Main Street. Room t. .. AUCTION?LEGAL LUIiAl, NOTICES. IM OFFICE OF TUB STATU HIOHWAT COM* MISSION. _ , Richmond, Va.. August 22, 1911. Rids will l>o received at tho office of the . fltuto Highway Commissioner, Richmond. Va.. until 1J o'clock noon FRIDAT, 9BP-* TKMUKK 6. 191*. for the construction of approximately five (5) miles of waterbound luacadain road between Bethel and Old Tavern. In Fauqulrr County. Va. Alternate lilds will be received, the State Highway Commissioner agreeing to furnleh 100.000 convict labor hours: oonvlcta to toe worked under the laws of the State of Vir ginia. and such rules and regulations aa may bo prescribed by the State Highway Commissioner. Plans and specifications can be obtained from the Stato Highway Oommlaalobor. Richmond. Va., by depositing IS. one-halt Or which will be refunded when plana are re turned in good shape. ' The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. O. P. COLEMAN, State Highway Commissioner. MKKTIXCiS. MS TlIK annual meeting of tho etockholders of ihn Southern Manufacturing Company will be held ai ilic-oillces of the company. Ninth and l'orry Streets. Richmond. Va., TUUltB* DAT. September 17. 1?18. at 4 P. M. By order of the president. W. U WIGHT. Secretary, IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF TUB UNITED STATES FOR THE BAST* BKN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA. In the matter of 1 No. 2J68. MRS. CORA BOWERS, In Bankrupt. I Bankruptcy. NOTICE OF FIRST MEETINO Of! CREDITORS. To the creditors of MRS. CORA BOW ERS, of Richmond, in tho County of Henrico, and district aforeaald? Bankrupt: Notice .s hereby fflven that On th* 19th day of Auaust, 1018, the said MR8. CORA BOWERS was duly adjudloattd bankrupt, and that tho flrst meotinff of her creditors will be held In my otfid*, Rooms 1118-1119 Mutual Building. Rich mond, Va., on the 5TH DAY OF SEP TUMIIBU, 1018, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at which time the said cred itors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trunteo, examine thA bank rupt, and transact such other business a.s may proporiy come before Mid meeting. THOS. B. SNEAD. Rofereo In Bankruptcy. August 23, 1918. AUCTION SALES. M BY N. W. HOWE Sl SON, INC, AND C. L. & 11. U DENOON, INC. U TRUSTEES' AUCTION SALE NO. 7 NORTH SYCAMORE STREET. In pursuance of decree of the United States District Court for the Eaetern District of Virginia, in the matter of Elounor Hlffcma and Theresa O. Hie elns. Individually and as partners, trad ins: aa John M. Hlsglns' Estate, bank rupts, entered Novomber 6, 1917, and being required so to do by the bene ficiary under the deed of trust to tha undersigned trustees, dated July 36. 1915, and recorded In the clerk's office of tho Chancery Court of the City of Richmond, In deed book 233-B, page 2S0. as corrected by deed dated Oc tober 2T, 1915, and recorded in srfld oiHof In deed book 234-D, pace 814, tbo undersigned will sell. Rubject to ooa fl.'matlon of said United States Court* at auction on the premises, on MONDAY, AUGUST 26. 191S. at 6 P. M., tl.at nttractlvo semidetached brick dwolllng aoovn mentioned. In the ctty cf Richmond, Va., with the lot on Wbiob It stands, fiontlng 20 feet on the east ern line of Sycamore Street, between Main Streot and Floyd Avenue, and running back between parallel lines 150' feet 7 inches to an alley. Possession September 1, 1911. X ready renter or a good home. TERMS: Cafh. C. I j. DENOON, Trustee Under DeeO. J. JORDAN LEAKE, Trustee Under Deed. STUART BOWE, Trustee In Bankruptcy. Note.?The purchaser can arrange with the auctioneers to borrow on the property. If desired. HKAI, KSTATK?FOB BBMt, 87A 2611 W. Grace Street Rent greatly reduced. Ten room* S baths. Good condition. Possession at once. W. D. NELSON * CO, 16 1-2 North Ninth Street Phone Madison 1601, ? Eon ggyrr; $300 Per Annum No. 730 N. Twenty-eighth Street* v Store and Flat of Four Rooma* W. D. NELSON A C&, . No. 16V4 N. Ninth Stiraet i . w Phone MtdlMft 10V '