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? MBL.r WANTKO?MALIC 30
*EN
THE DU PONT COMPANY
NEEDS
12 Cook*.
SO Operators (Wrtnrem).
CO Operators (Dipper*).
100 I.aborers.
WH1TB AND COLORED.
Call and Koo tho Opportunity
That Awaltn You.
i U. S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
f , BRANCH
622 East Broad Street.
UKN AND BOYS?
MEN AND BOYS
WANTED
To work as Machine Opera
tors in
ESSENTIAL INDUSTRY.
1 PLEASANT
SURROUNDINGS.
HIGH PAY.
"STEADY WORK FOR
STEADY WORKERS"
; AMERICAN CAN CO.,
;24th and Venable Streets.
J ;
f JKEeSKNOKHS wanted. Can use several
' boys with wheel* as messengers. Apply
" delivery Department. Western Union Tele
yraph Company.
OFFICE BOY?Wanted, 14;
or 15 years old. Bright,:
industrious boy has good I
chance for advancement.1
American Can Co., 24th and1
Venable Streets.
OPERATORS?
WANTED BY
THE DU PONT COMPANY
toe male operators for our Pennlmtn riant.
Experience cot necessary.
Good Witgu paid.
Apply
U. S. Employment Service
(Branch i
81? East Broad JStreet.
PAINTERS?Wanted, i house painters. Ap
to 'J South Pino Street, to a. J It hod us
. ,tRE88.MAN, cylinder and Miller feeders.
$J0 week. Hayworth Publishing House. 63
l . O Street. Washington. IJ. C.
PRESS FEEDERS, cylinder and job,
weak. Hayworth Publishing House. 63
C Street. Washington. D C.
SALESMAN? W*nt*i experienced whole
sale grocery salesman. We have a propo
sition to offer the rirht man that will easily
make you 175 to 1100 a week This Is a
splendid opportunity for a hufitlt-r. Only
experienced man in this line tieerl apply.
Location Newport News. Apply L. jSC. care
Times- Dlspat ch.
BALESMAN?Experienced retail hat sales
man: excellent pay. permanent position.
All communications strictly confidential C
?3. care Tlrne.i-Dispatch
SALESMAN?Wanted. a dependable and
competent salesman of rood address and
appearance to introduce a line of high-clan*
food products amongst thfi lobbing trad* of
Virginia and North Carolina. Address In
own band writing. give roferences. nee and
?alary wanted. H .1i. care Tim<? s? I'ljl Palch.
BaLESMJs.N?Wanted, three. Ilk' tiU healthy
1 uuiUuur work, lew noum uach day ur fa.I
linn. Llbeial pay 111 Ka-t Broad Street.
SALESMAN? Wan tea. salesman for station
ery and office supply business. Only tbuai
with experience need apply: good salary;
permanent position Apply The Franklin
yryns Co Py'erwhurg Va
BAILSMEN?Wanted. several thoroughly
experienced clothing nalesmen. Refer
ences. 3. Glrsh. Hopewell. Va.
SHIP WORKERS
STEADY WORK, LONG JOB
COME, DON'T WRITE
1 ? RIVETERS
HOLDERS-ON
HEATERS
STRUCTURAL, IRON
WORKERS
BOILERMAKERS
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.
SHOE SALESMEN?Wanted, thoroughly ex
perienced shoe salesmen. References. S.
Glrsh. Hopewell. Va.
STENOGRAPHER?Younpr man stenogra
pher In lawyer's olltce. 1001 American
National Bank Buildlng. .
TEACHER wanted. A man competent to
serve as commandant and military In
structor In small day and boarding school
for boys at Montgomery. Ala. Must be com
petent and willing to assist In academic
work also. Send testimonials with photo
graph if possible, and full particulars as to
experience, academic subjects. personal de
scription. numkr In family. 1( married,
church connection and salary demanded.
Full, definite and prompt response dosirod.
School opens September 10. Address Prln
ctnal. 06 Houston Stroet. Montgomery. Ala
WINDOW TRIMMER, thoroughly experi
enced, for men's wear store. S. Glrsh,
^ HopowelL Va.
i GOVERNMENT CIVIL SERVICE EX A MI
I NATION?Richmond August and Septein
t i>er. Government Cleric. Carrier, Railway
iAiall, Research Clerk, Customs, Immigrant
i Inspector. Salary, $1.200?fJ.OOO. Slen desir
ing government positions write for free
particulars, J. C. Leonard (former Civil
Service Examiner), 1691 Kanols Building,
Washington.
IDEAS wanted. They bring wealth If pat
en tod. fiend postal for needed Inventions,
..list of patant buyers and guide book. Tells
how to secure patent through our credit
plan. Randolph & Co. DepL 402. Washing
ton. D. C.
i "Unregistered drug clerk wanted,
I one not subject to draft preferred; state
ace and salary expected j references re
quire!. Prince Drug Go* laawrenceviyc, Va.
nni.i* waxtki)?mai.i: 30
WANTBrl a man tbova 46 years old for
bookkMDlos aud collecting ana stay In
?tor*. Good pay. B 19. car# Tlmes-Dls
patch.
WANTBD. offlct assistant with knowted** of
bookkeeping and typewriting. Apply In
pernori ti? Norvoll A MuConnell. real uMtato
and Insurance atfnU. 2604 Hull Strert.
WANTED?
TWO MEN
ONE first-clafcs jewelry
salesman, one who un
derstands the business
thoroughly, capable of
assisting in the manage
ment; also first-class op
tical man who under
stands shop work and
the wholesale business.
A good proposition to
offer in both positions.
E. H. TITMUS,
22 Sycamore Street,
Petersburg, Va.
lli:i.P WAXTKD?KEMALE 31
ALTERATION FITTER?
EXPERIENCED ALTERATION* FITTER
ON LADIES DRESSES. ALSO THREE
TAILORKSSKS FOR ALTERATIONS ON
READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS. ARTHUR
MORRIS. Ill WEST I'Ll'lIB STREET.
NORFOLK. VA.
BINDKRT?Wanted, younr taaies ana *trl? '
to work In our bindery, eight hour* a day I
?t a Dleaaan ?mclorment and rood aalarr. !
Apply at oice to William* PrCetln* Com- I
P*.ny. 11 Noriu E*ourt?enth Blrcst.
EXPERIENCED white cook for private !
family, wlllirir to do laundry. Muat an- ,
plv with l.est reference!, stntlnr nam', ace
and address: also white nurse. I H S2i. care
Tl men-Dliii a tch y
GIRI.,?Wanted, house cirl and nurse. C. C ?
R'lblneon. 2?42 Park Avenue.
GIRK8 wanted. Huylera. 281 East Broad !
Street. ;
GIRI.H?Wanted. stria. women. Ocv?rnra?nt
poslllona. It.000 vacancies. 1100 month.
Write for Mat positions Franklin Institute.
Dept. 711-O Rochester. N T. 1
GIRLS?Several younj jclrls for Inside mea- I
M'-nicer service. Good hours and pleasant
duties. Opportunity for advaneem?nt. State ]
age. Address F *0. caje Time?- Dl-pa trh.
GI RI-S?WANTED. FOR CANVASSING DE
PARTME.VT 112 A WEEK TO START.
APPI.V SWIFT A CO. .
Gi RI-8?
WANTED, makers, apprentices
and stock girls. Whitlock's,
315 East Broad.
HOUSEKEEPER ?Wanted, working bouse.
kceiier. who will receive guaranteed aaUry
ami half unit* ?f prosperous boardlnc
house Call Randolph 6077. 1105 Hanover
A venue.
IIOI SB MOTHER-Wanted. rood Christian
lady for houKe mother for Girls' Remover
at onc?. Apply 111 North Fifth Street.
1-AlJI r;s? W iinli-rt three ladles for light
outdoor. <a?v work, two or thres hoars per
day l.lheraI pay 111 E>m Broad Street.
WAITRESSES?
TIIE DU PONT COMPANY
Wants twenty white waitresses at once at
Pennlman. Good salary.
Apply
U. S. Employment Service
(Branch)
622 East Broad Street.
TO UNO LADIES?
A VOCATION TO BE
PROUD OF.
HIGH-GRADE WORK
FOR \
BUSINESS GIRLS.
A number of ambitious, intelli
gent young women are
needed at this time to fill
positions in our telephone
operating forces.
Good salaries from the
start.
Permanent positions.
Regular and frequent in
creases.
Special opportunities for
promotion.
High-grade, cleanly, pleas
ant work.
Congenial and carefully
chosen associates.
Light and airy central of
fices.
Comfortable recreation and
dining-rooms.
Annual vacations with pay.
Sick benefits and pensions
without cost
We invite you to come and
talk the matter over per
sonally with Miss Via or
her assistant at the em
ployment office, 709 East
Grace Street.
Make an appointment any
time between 9 A. M. and
9 P. M.
THE CHESAPEAKE AND
POTOMAC TELEPHONE
CO. OF VIRGINIA.
TEACHER?Wanted, a competent teacher In
private family to teach sixth and seventh
grades; also music. Address Dr. R. S. Good
man. ZIoq Fost-Offtco. Louisa County, Va.
HELf WAWTRD-FICMALE. 31
LA Dims AMU UIRL0?
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 in shorter
HOURS.
WHITLOCK BRANCH,
23d and Main Sts.
We can give employment to
young ladies and girls between
the ages of 14 and 30, and es
pecially from 14 to 18.
WIDOW would like to correspond with
i?rai wlilow woman with not over two
children about thirty your* old. Addrees
I'. O Hox SS9. \V?;8t I'olnt V?.
YOUNG LADIES?
P. H. MATO A BRO. Branch. Twenty-?l*th
tDd Cary Streets, need experienced uack
era (young ladles) on sliced plus.
TOUNO LADIES A.VD QI RUB
WANTED,
YOUNG LADIES AND
GIRLS
For Clean, Pleasant and
Profitable Work in the
Various Departments
of Our Factor}
British-American Tobacco
Co., Ltd.,
900 North Lombardy Street
GOVERNMENT CIVIL. SERVICE EXAMI
NATION?Richmond In September. Gov
ernment Clerk. Teacher, Inspectress, Re
itearrh Clerk. Typewriter. Salary 11.DUO?
12.0(0. Experience unnecessary. Women de
t-irlng government positions wrlto for free
particular* to J. C. J.eonard (former Civil
Service Examiner), 6'Jl Kenota Building,
Washington.
TWO ehoe clerks. Experience preferred, j
but not necessary. Good salary. steady i
I/Of It Ion Young Gelger Co.. smart ?hoea for
younr women. 410 Kapt Broad Street.
HKLP?MALE OU FEMALE. 33 i
MEN AND WOMEN
WORK IN ESSENTIAL!
PLANT
At good wages we can
sive regular employ-;
ment to additional men;
and girls in essential j
plant.
Apply at Baking Pow
der Factory, Eighth and
streets, South j
Richmond.
THE SOUTHERN
MANUFACTURING ;
COMPANY.
|
STENOGRAPHER?Wanted, competent etc- I
nographer and office assistant at Central
State Hospital. Petersburg. Va. W. F. I
Drewry. Superintendent.
STENOGRAPHER wanted, a young lady or
young man; beginner preferred. Moderate!
salary with chances of promotion. L.. Box t
m. Waverly. Va.
THE DO PONT COMPANY CAN GIVB
YOU EMPLOYMENT. APPLY U. S. KSC-i
PI.OYMENT SERVICE (BRANCH). 622 |
EAST BROAD STREET. |
WANTED, Immediately. men. women. Oor- !
. ernment war position*. S100 month. Li?t i
I rev. Franklin Institute. Dept. *74 O. '
Kochester. N Y- !
SALKSMKX AM) AGK.NTS. 33
AGENTS?Live, energetic axrnt wanted In !
everv town In State to sell our splendid
accident and health Insurance policies on
popular monthly payment plan, whole or
part time. 12.000.000 company. Johnson &
Adams. Southeastern Managers. 'i'Ji South
ern Hullillng. Washington. D. C. ,
STOCK SALESMEN.
FINANCIAL house has opening for five
JlAOu per month stock salesmen to follow
up live leads which cost us from J10 to
{15 apiece In small towns. Strong selling
issue. Have active endorsement of many
prominent men. 25 to 30 leads when sales
man starts, more continually. Excellent ref
erences required. Address. Sales Manager,
29F.2 Chicago Avenue. Chicago. 111.
SITUATION'S WA.Vl'l-l)?MALE, 34
ACCOUNTANT - AUDITOR desires perma
nent position with large industry, thor
oughly qualified fur large caliber position
and competent to assume executive respon
sibilities. Particulars given at Interview.
Address C ;t7, cure Tlmes-Dlspatch.
AUDITOR AND EXECUTIVE, efficient In
organization and office management; .draft
exempt; can accept immedlato engagement.
)t 34. care Tinier.Dispatch.
HANK OR OFFICE?Wanted. October 1.
1918, position in a bank or office by an ex
perienced business man. age 4"; graduato of
Eastman Business College. Address M U.
H.. Call Box -IC. Victoria. Va.
BOOKKEEPER?High-class bookkeeper and
accountant desires small sol of hooks to
keep In evenings. Anply Box S56. city.
MANAGER?'lardware man. seven years'
experience desires connection as man
ager or . aslstant manager with reputable
lirm. U.iless you need competent inan
don't answer. L G93. care Times-Dispatch.
OFFTcE EXECUTIVE?Position wanted by
man 38 years of age. married, experienced
In handling collections, office work and has
executive ability. Can furnish best of ref
erence. K 814. care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
SALESMAN?
REFINED gentleman \yantji paying propo
sition that in essential to war work. Ex
cellent salesman. Well experienced auto
mobile man, Not In draft. B 29, caro
Times-Dispatch.
POSITION WANTED
YOUNG man, 32, now employed,
but wishes to make a change.
Fifteen years in present employ
ment. Experienced In accounting
and factory management. Intelli
gent and Industrious. Address H
824, caro Times-Dispatch.
t s
A Richmond
Firm Writes:
"Please discontinue our ad
vertisement for a skilled me
chanic. We received a large
number of applications and
the position has been
fillled" . . .
High-class help are con
stant readers of the hlgh
grado Help Wanted Ads in
The Times-Dispatch.
If you are having trouble
keeping your producing
force to the required num
ber, Times-Dispatch Holp
Wanted Ads suggest a rem
edy.
Call
RANDOLPH ONE
TIMES-DISPATCH WANT
ADS
Are Result Producers.
SITUATIONS WAX'fEl)?KEMAI.K. 35
STKNOOHaI'HEH?Wauled, position an nt*n
osrapher: experienced; A-l references. Ad
dresw M. G-. Uox 415.
TEACHER?Wanted. by an f trerierTced
teacher, position as principal of a graded
or two-year hii;h acbool. Teacher. Castle- i
ton Va. I
VOUNO LADY?Wanted by youne lady, col- j
lege graduate, position as secretary for i
clerical work- Address K ?12, care Times- !
Plnpatrh.
FINANCIAL
BUHIMSSS OI'I'OHTUS I'l'lKa. 30
AU'iOAiUtilUc; ACCESSORIES?A trowing
automobile tire ADd accessory business for
? aU at 6J? W'jit Broad Street. Will sell
?u>cV and fixtures dollar for dollar. Keuon
for selling. owner has other business and
la unabh- to give time to both.
DltUO STORE?For sale. In busy Norfolk, a
good drux store doing a paying business.
Good stock and fixtures, new soda fountain,
owner has other interests which demand his
whole attention. Addrt-ss Mr. C. H. l'rltch
aru. -'03 Thirteenth Street. Norfolk, Va
TAILORING BU3tNESS~For wale. estab
lUhed tailoring bu>ine.s.i. Good place for
the right party. Reason, death of tailor.
Apply 51 '?> North Fifth Street.
MOXEV TO I-OAX?CHATTELS. 38
lORRoW on your watches, ulatnonds and
Jewelry from the Koultable Loan Society.
Nort?- Eicbth "Strsst
LOOK UP THE
"CENTRAL"
When You Need Money.
Lawful, leral rato of Interest, confidential,
courteous treatment. convenient terms, quick
p-rvlce.
Call, writ* or phone Madison 1671.
CENTRAL LOAN CO.,
411 EAST MARSHALL STREET.
LEGAL RATE LOANS
?ON?
Fersonal Property of
All Kinds
Interest on $ 5.00 is 2oc
" $10.00 " 60c
" $15.00 " 75c
" $25.00 " $1.25
" $50.00 " $2.50
Seaboard Security Company
(Phone Madison 4312),
10S North Seventh Street
UONCt TO LEND?
$12 TO $100
LOANED on furniture, salary. Liberty bonda,
etc.. ?t legal rates and on long or short
time. We give vou 12 months to Day the
loan It vou wish. vou paying for the actual :
time you una tnoney.
PAYMENTS AS LOW AS SI.20 PER MONTH I
The Total Coat for Four Months of
$16 is $2.00 $50 is $<5.26
$20 is $2.50 $100 is $8.76
$12 is $1.50 '$25 is $3.14
la Regular Monthly Payment!.
Open your account with the standard
Credit Company, wn^re you are aure of tje
'< )Et service. We reaped your conlldenc?.
PRIVACY?COURTE5 V?CONSI DERATION
LOANS MADE IN PETERSBURG
AND SUBURBAN TOWNS.
STANDARD CREDIT
COMPANY
212 N Fourth St. (2nd Floor).
Phone Madison 3672.
MONEY TO LOAN
At Legal Rates on Furniture. Pianos and
to Salaried People.
We Arrange Monthly Payment* to Suit Your
Convenience.
LICENSED AND UNDER SUPERVISION
OF STATE BANKING DEPARTMENT.
Pollto. Courteous and Accurate Service i
Assured.
BENEFICIAL LOAN AS
SOCIATION, INC.,
402 V? East Marshall Street.
I'hone Randolph 2S75.
$2.50
AND THE INTEREST
la All That We Require You to Pay Back
Each Month On
A $50 LOAN
Other Amounts in Proportion.
You can repay more at any time or in full
at your convenience, which reduces coat.
Under the present law all interest chargea
are alike. In considertnc where or from
whom you will borrow, you should con
sider the service rendered and the terms
ot repayment.
Our Terms Are Easiest
A licensed and bonded firm making loans !
SIC to $200 on Horn* Furniture and Planoa I
at auch a low rate that you can afford to
borrow our money tc make CASH our
chases and make a profit thereon. We
take up loans from other lirms, advancing
more money on easier lerms Hoe our
manager; he has a genuine desire to be 1
of service to you In your financial matters.
CITIZENS LOAN SOCIETY,
417 East Broad Street.
Second Floor. Phone Ran. 1496.
ItKA L H8TATU I.OA .VS. ;m
MONEY to lend on real estate. lluflln &
Sloan. 1H Nort h Eighth SIreel.
WE loan money for you or to you. II.
Klcheson A Co.
INSTRUCTION
EDUCATION AL. 4J
RICHMOND School of Stenography will re
open {se??iemOer lt>. t'upt.d enrolling be
fore the 15th of September will bo entitled
to unlimited schoia rsliiim on terms glvou
you for full course. Miss Poythresa. Prin
cipal.
MUSICAL, lJA.Ml.Mi, DRAMATIC. 43
DANCING taught at Chief's Academy Tues
day and Frlda y nights. M a d 1 a on 4468.
LjyhrsTOCK
UOliS. CA IS, I'tVl'S. 4|
HARES?Belgian haros (young). tOc each:
Flemish giants, one pair. 14. Fosmlre. 403
East Clay.
HOUNDS?For sale, pair young thoroughly
broke hounds. Call Madison 4094-J.
HORSES, CATTLE. VKHICLBS. 41
HORSifi AND WAGON?For aaie, good sound
horao, light delivery wagon and narneaa.
Will sell ua a whole at a bargain or cepa?
rate'.y. A. Hetrer & bona. 7Uo Weat Mala
Btrftat. '
FOR sals, fifteen 2-year-old Holsteln heifers;
five i-year-old Holsteln helfera; one t>
lreahon In two weeks. All bred to pure-brol
? bull. N. J. Crull, S13 East Cary,
HOHMIOS, CATTLE, VKIIICI.HS. 47
VUIUIMa ? itfc.uiAliL.l-. IIAiAAU,
WOLF & BROOKS.
TOU will UnU plenty nor?t? and malM,
second-hand witunn, butnlt< mil harnesi
fur sale dally Auction days, . 1 ue?day and
Saturday. Bring us your surplus muck. We
wilt ssll them (or yuu. and you uno est
your uioney aamo day.
1803-11 Kant Franklin Street,
Phone MadlKOii i3U
MERCHANDISE
dusixkss xoTicus. r?o
11A H N ESS? K. I\ Sully. 803 I (rook Avenue.
8 ultraycs and harness "ej>a I re d. Mad._6S?J.
jlTwKI.ERS?Cocke & Co.. 633 West Broad
Street._ Railroad wutrh lnsprrtr>rs._.
LOCKSMITH and belllianger. J \V. Martin.
20 North Third. Randolph 10.* t.
SHOES shlned. Six tlckntu 25e. Shoe* re
paired. Comfort Shoe Co.. 70S K. Main.
BUH1M0SS UQUII'MKM'. 51
SAFES THAT ARB 8AFB.
BARNES 8AKB AND VAULT CO.. Rlch
monil Va.
L. N. COOKE SAFE AND LOCK CO..
Richmond. Va.
CUT-RATE aWNI.N'O PRICES. I
CALL for estimates Southern Tent and 1
Awning Co.. 206 WeBt Broad. Mad. 7397.
1CB. l-'UEI. AM) FEED, 54
COAL?The beat lump ana splint coal. J~6.
Tyl?r & Ryan. 1001 Weat Caiy. Randolph
1117. M-dlson 1979.
GOOD TlIIXCiS TO HAT. 55
ICE CREAM to serve at all occasions. Chan.
Sanyour. Ran. 9832.
l'BACll CREAM, full of peaches; It's ureal.
A. Sanyour. Maillson 1150.
REMEMBER Wynne's Ice Cream for all oc
casions. MadUon 3010.
HOUSEHOLD UOODS. 07
FURNITURE bnMtrht. sold and exchanged.
Boyd 11. Cobb. 2'Jt> W. Broad. Mail. ,
POLISH?ChAKib KUiAt PIaNO POLISH
WILL MAKE VOUK PiANo U'UK LiKM
NEW. TRY A BOTTLE TO-DAV. A. i.
CRAFTS PIANO CO.. as NORTH SECOND
STREET
10-PIECE dininK-room suit, 193; was 1124.
Bailey Furniture Co.
MACUIMiKY A\U SU'l'I.IKS. 58
ACETYLENE gas machine. Ledgerwood D.
C. D. D., hoisting engine. Water tanks,
shafting, hangers, planers, lath mills, edg
ers, laundry machinery, 15-inch terracotta
pipe, boilers and engines. Guaranteed con
dltlon. I. Bluford & Co.
MOTOKS?For i,aio. several motors In good
conditio:,. Vlreln' ? Siaimni-ryCo.. Inc.
RICHMOND JUNK AND PIPE CO..
tOB Brook Ave. Ran. 1013. buy and sell pipe.
machinery, scrap iron, metals, rubber
plants bought.
MISCELLANEOUS FUlt SALE. 50
BOOKS?New and old books bought, sold
and exchanged. IMS North Fifth Street.
FURNITURE?Now and second-handT" for
less than half price. 612 East .Marshall.
LUMBER?For sale, tobacco hogshead ma
terial. heads and staves. All lumber kiln
dried and uniform In length and thickness.
We solicit your Inquiries. Conway Lumber
Company. Conway. S. C.
OIL STOVES?The Florence Wlckless Oil
Stove sold only by it. E. Burks fe Co.,
815 West Broad Street.
POOL TABLES?For sale, four Brunswlck
Balke Cling, two Newport pool tables,
nearly new. One sitting up Just as used,
complete set fixtures. Wire M. D. Harris,
Camp Kustls. Va.
TENTS, old and new, ail sizes, for sale or
rent, camping parties or other purposes
Also Scout euuipment. IncluiUng O. D. suits
khaki suits, haversacks, leggings, puttees'
etc. L Rose u Co.. Stbrahcimor Uros., pro.
prietors. Randolph 1322. 420 Brook Ave
nue City.
WAGONS?Old Hickory farm wagons, one
and two-norae. old price. Thoa. H. Duke
A Co.. HO'. Brook Ave.
WAGONS?Hackney farm wagons. Save
money at liristow's. Get my prices before .
buying. 13-15 North Eighteenth.
WHEAT?For Hale, a nice lot of Stoner-or '
Miracle wheat. Medium Red and Sapling I
clover so d Samples and price sent on 1
application. C. E. Jones. Carysbrook. Va.
WOOL?Wool growers, ship your clip to urn.
Obtain maximum prices and iav? axpens**
Old Virginia Hide and Wool Company uii
Eaj' Cary Street.
FOR sale, white enameled bath tub and
kitchen sinks and all connections. 50X East
Marshall, third flat.
WANTED. OLD FEATHER BEDS AJMD
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE. PHONE
BOULEVARD 630.
KRAUSE AUTO WRECRINQ AND METAL
CO., buyers of old automobiles, tnctuN and
rnui'hlnery. Twentieth and Main Streets.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 60
LET us show you our line of pianos. Co
lonial Piano Corp.. 205 East Broa'l_St.
TOUR piano I will tune or purchnsn for
cash. Manly B. Ramos. 106 N. Seventh
SEEDS, PLANTS, KKIITII.IZKIIS. 01
JtUO "killer potatoes and vines, ll>c. Kinr
Chain Stores 1?17 East Main Street.
WEAK IXC. APPAHHIi. 83
LADIES, have your suit made at l'aul Kum
sky's. ladles' tailor. 12 North Jefferson.
opposite Jefferson Hotel.
I am now fully prepared to
show all that is latest in
fashions and fabrics for the
fall and winter season, and am
making all suits at greatly re
duced prices.
H. LEWIS,
Richmond's Most Fashionable
Ladies' Tailor.
109 East Grace Street.
W A .VI'Kl) MlSCIiliLA \ IK) IS. 04
CLOTHING?Blithest prices paid lor accoud
hamt clothing. I'hono Madisoa 3326.
DIAMOMli?If you/-ljave a dumoml to buy.
?ell. ejchanse or remount, or old ?rold to
?ell ur exchange. bring II to J. T. Allen
Co.. Jewelers. Fourteonlh and .Main Streets.
KEATH KRS?Spot cash for reathers and
antique furniture. Beard. M ad. 6307.
FURNITURE?Cash for your second-hand
furniture: any uantlty. Madison 2.Til.
FURNITURE?Wanted. rooa used furni
ture. any auantity. Best price paid.
Phone Madison 1906.
FUKNITUKE?Wanted, to buv new and
second-band furniture for cash. Hundolnh
6762.
FUKNITUHli?We take old furniture In ex
change for new. Knigbt Furniture Co..
1480 Hull.
JUNK?We buv all old iunk, nay beat
Dricea. Richmond Iron anil Metal Co.. 11*
26 Nicholson Street. Ran. S&94.
1'IANOS. furniture household Roods bought,
sold. exchanged. >'ideraon. Broad at
First. Madison 1037.
HIGHEST caul) nrlces paid for old falsa
teeth, diamonds, silver, platinum and
fold. S. C. Meyer Jewelry Co., 21 West
iroad Street.
l'KKIU.KSS Cleanor and I'ollsher does thn
work when all others fall for furnituro and
floors. Vaughan's. Mndison 1<M.
USE Velvet Floor Slain on your floors If
you want tho boat. Vaughan's. Madison
104.
PROPERTY FOR EXCHANGE
KXt:ilAX(iF?AliTOMOHH.KS. fl r?
BUICK-HA YNES?Wanted, to exchange nice
Iouiiih: car for Hulck or Haynes Six. Will
pay caiin dlfterence. U 28, euro Tlmes-Dls
natch.
FORD?Wanted, to exchange $1,400 light
touring car. electric lights anil Martor, for
Eradically new Ford and small difference.
[ RH3. ear- Times-Digpajrh.
ROOMS AND HOARD
ItOOMS l'OIt ItKNT?Ki:H NINI1K1I. 741
A 1,1.EN AVK., ?*? 1 I ? For rent, nice furnished
room bath, electric lights; convenient to
l.road Street cars. 611 Alloa Avenue.
Madiaon 11S-W.
FIFTH AND MAIN?Furnished front room
[ with running water. No. 4, Virginia
Apartment.
| FRANK I.IN ST.. W. 613?Sulla of rooms
I with private bath; men only. Phone Hun
dolph &707-W.
GRACE ST.. W. 3218?A nice, light. fur
nished room for rent with heal; gentleman
preferred. Boulevard 12ti2.
GRACE. W. 3-D?For rent, handsomely fur
nished room with private family; all mod
ern Improvements. Rent reasonable. Busi
ness woman preferred; inquire Gramon
Aparlm- -il House. Apartment No. I, 32V
Wysl ? e Street^
GRACB. 1014?Furnished rooms, conva
nleir to lit- lliney cars, electric lights and
steal i .ten
GltAc.i . ? W. 8i(0?For rent, furnished
rooms, bioittn heat, c.^etrlc lights; table
board In n? ? ' V'Qihood. Randolph 5009. _
GIIACE, \? .. ? For rent, one furnished
room, also > eplnflr porch, with board.
Modern eo ivtnI? ?ucen. 16 West (Irace.
MONTICKi.l.t> VlOTlCL.. U4 North lilgbth,
Absolutely Ar.-1-class. Rooms. 60c. 76c <1
daily ? S3 >o $7 weekly
THIRD 8TRKBT, N., 14?Furnished rooms,
all conveniences, second aparlment; nun
only. References.
\VEST END?Nicely furnished rooms; ?nod
ern home Call Boulevard 783-J.
BEAUTIFUL) room with alcovo, 4 windows,
convenient to Jitney; gentlemen preferred.
Boulevard 3341-J.
ROOMS?CXFURXISHKP.
71
WOODLAND HEIGHTS?Four or Ave nlco '
root >3 anil irarage; all ronvenlences.
3101 Bellovun Avenue,
Woodland Heights.
to party without children.
Cheap rent. Randolph dji.
, ROOMS \VlTH HOARD. 73
KHAN'KLIN. B. 11 5?First-class iccommo- 1
datlons. permanent uud transient. table
board. I
KKANKl.liN ST.. W. 20?First-class accom
modations room? with or without board;
evening iliuiiTn individual tables.
OHACK, \V? 410?Good board, modern con
veniences: transients.
(IP vi'i: sr. \\*. 6J1 ? llooma with board.
Mrs Johnston
CRACK ST.. 910 W.?I.arge. comfortable
rooms with board; also ballroom. Miss
f}or<l?i>.
GROVE AVE.?Wanted, gentlemen to oc
cuny three beautiful rooms, breakfast and
fveninit dinner: tirivate home, with all t
modern conveniences: very convenient to all
car linen Jitneys pass door. Orove Avenue
??ar Harrison. 1'hono Madison o006.
SCBl'RUS?Boarders wanted 3 miles from
Richmond. Address "Ualdon," Route 5,
City.
TUB WEBSTER.
CT-AY. E. 1014-1018?Rooms and board, ab
solutelv tiret-class; central; hot-water
heated: prices very reasonable. Madison
2435
CtlCri.K wanted, room and board, private
family. Boulevard 2t?0-J. ^
>VJI KH !?: TO RAT. 74
FRANKI.IN. 1'.. 60U-5U?Excellent meals;
6 o'clock dinner. Mrs. E. H. Omohundro.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
AI'AUT.11 K.NT.s A !\ I) Kl.A'l'S. 70
FIVE rooms and bath, kitchen complete;
water furnished; central location. Re
duced rem. J. A. Connelly & Co. Madison
3381.
THREE rooms and bath, kitchen complete;
water furnished; central loration. Re
duced rent. J. A. Connelly & Co. Madison
3361.
a i'aht.mkxts ki;r.m.shi;h. 77
Al'ARTMENT?Wanted, 3 rooms and bath,
housekeeping. Suburbs or near: furnished.
Address B .r'''7. rare Tlmes-Dlspatch.
X1AK611AI.C. 16 E.? Housekeeping turnlahed
flat: rooms gas range, running water.
inirsKs?i-'i' it x is m; i >. so
WEST END?For rent, furnished A-room
house. October 1 to January 1. or longer, on
West A venue. K 827. care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
OI'FICKS A.M> UHSIv HOP>1. S3
NINTH ST., N. 2S?First lloor ofllres. J5 up
wardw. Storage apu ?. >1 upwards.
OFFICES for rent. A. M. Cover, 23 North
Ninth Street.
OFFICES
DESIRABLE offices for rent in
modern fireproof office build
ing. All conveniences. Oall
or address Room 308, Times
Dispatch Building.
VACATION IIOM 1:3. 80
GREENWOOD VA.?The Greenwood House.
situated high In the Blue Rldgo Moun
tains i>r ..lbeni-irle ?_ounty. V*.; line miu
o- 11 water, good country fare. Special rates
lor oeptember. For Information apply to
Mrs._M^_S. Harris. Greenwood. Va.
OCEAN WAVE COTTAGE. Ocean View. V*.,
between First r.nd Second Avenues, vrater
front. On car line. Will open May 23. Spe
. al evening dinners. Mrs. Myrtle Ander
son.I'roi>
WAXTHI)?TO III3.VT. 87
GRACE ST.. W 213?Furnished apartment. 3
rooms mul bath: no children.
RooMS?Two or three light housekeeping
furnished rooms, kltchenetto and bath;
electricity, una, convenient to streot car.
C14. care Times-Dispatch.
II 1> A 1. 10 ST AT 10 FOR UK NT. OTA
SrEClAl. attention paid to collection of
rents a nil supervision of rental property.
Prompt returns made. Harrison St Bates. 1
North Eleventh St. Mad. 2616.
WE can promptly secure you a good tenant
for your houses. Chewnlng & Boxley.
J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO.'S new rent
list and loan money awaiting you. Phono
Madison 101.
REAL EST ATE FOR SALE
IIOl.SK^ K4III SALK.
8f?
LKICIl ST., W. 3213?For sale, lovely cottace
hou.4e with ^ rooms; lot 9>xlM>; 3213 West
l.rlifh St reet. Price, $1,300. |i?0 ca-sh. bal
ance on easy terms. Will take good auto
mobile as part payment. F M. care Tltnea
Olspaich.
MAIN ST.. K. 110?Double tenement house,
furnished throughout and tilled with rie
slraole tenant. 110 Fast Main Street, city.
urV your home now. 1'hone Muhlcman &
Kayhoo to-day. Madison 7173.
1..V.NIIS AM) KAIOIS KOU SALK. 1)1
JAMBS It IVER?Colonial plantation at
about value of improvements, Pollard &
Tlaithy.
WK nell farms. W. S. Robinson Co.. real
estate a ml loans. 715 Kast Franklin.
21# ACR tJS? For *ale. dairy, trur.lt. tobacco
anil Kraln farm, one inllo from town, at
Junction of two railroads, on macadam
road; Rood residence, barns, silos and other
buildings; fenced and cross fenced: well
watered by wells. spring* and branches;
water in every Held. I.arije hlKh school
in tho town. Will sell stock, crops, etc.,
with place. Hox 16. ilurkevtlle. Vu.
Si;IK'it II.\ ,\ I'M)It SAJ.I:.
93
HAIITON HEIGHTS home for sale. J. C.
Anderson & Co.. Sit Bant FranU11n.
HIGHLAND SPRINGS?Several bargains In
live, six and nine-room houses, near hlsh
school, post-office and store.*, and conve
nient to government plant. Frank p. Read.
SAI.K OH 11KNT.
FOIl farm and city property, seo C. L. it
_ll. I. Di-iio'Ti. SuT Fast. Main Street.
LIST your property for sale or rent with
William II. Miller & Co.. inc., 1113 North
p-i-hth .*?-????
It I ( II M < i NI' T n I; ST & SAVINGS CO.. Real
Ksls I?? I ii.irt m.-in. Seventh ami Main.
SA1.K.S. LOANS. UUNTS?Eluiu oc Fuualon,
lll.i !?-:? 1 Mum Street.
VAl'? 111 A N-W 11ITEIIIIRST CO., INC . sales,
n-ii's. loan.-. ? -tiy and country property.
WAXTKU?It BAL I0STATK.
i)U
FARMS WANTKD.
IF you have a farm for sale, write us for
necessary listing blanks. Wo cet results.
Morton tl. 'J'halhimcr. Farm Dept., Rlch
moiKl. Vu.
Hlil'KWELI., V A.?List vour property with
Bryant Realty and Insurance Co.. Inc.
1.KT us secure you a tenant for your vacant
oropwrty. C rntch 11 eh I ik Co.
L.1ST your farm and city property with us.
Oarrett ft Co.. 1112 Kast Alain.
1.1ST your West I'Jnd lota for sale with \V.
B. Purcall. Jr.. j'o .. Inc.. ion Fast Main.
LIST your properly for rent or for salo with
_ Chimin St Hume.
LIST your farms and r?ntal propeiTv with
Gee Urns. 1322 Hull Street. Madison S3M.
WANT for a cm*Ii
house. West F.nd.
customer, S-room brick
White & Co.
WE aro liavirK numerous calls for small
farms. What have you to offer? 1.. T.
Pranch. 8.12 leant Main 8treot
\\ K sell r? ul estate at auction everywhere.
Atlantic Coast Realty Co.. Petersburg.
IllOAIi 10STATE I'OH SA 1.10.
FOR home bargains. see .MuureAcut Ac Ulnae.
Inc.. tO N? rt h Kighth Street.
for a nice brick home on West Clay
Street, l.onif time. Walter Schaaf. Room
2(V>. Centra! National Hank Hulldini;.
J7.2.".n will purchase modern detached. eixlit
riiom home on llanover Avenue east of
Robinson Street. Possession September 1.
Rex IV Jones'Co.. Inc., Hi North Kighth St.
Ittel'AI RI Ml AN U IIKA O VA'I'IA U. a?
llooverizo On
Leather and Help
Win the War.
The government
has commandeered
all heavy solo leath
er (or army shoes.
It will pay you to
have Itinex Soles put
on your shoes. Hlttex
is waterproof, no
squeak, no skid,
wears longror.
Special attention
to purcol post orders.
Drew's
Electric
^ Shoe
Factory
Phon* Ran. tea,
714 E. Main St.
AUCTION-?LEGAL
))i:KTix(;y. lot
TUB annual meetlnr of th? stockholders of
th?? Southern Manufacturing Conmany will
bo held a' ilif oin-.?.i of the company. Ninth
find 1'erry Street*. Hlchmond. Vt, THURS
DAY September 17. 1918. at 4 P. M.
JJy order of the prenldent.
W. L. WIGHT. Secretary.
ATrtrFIbx wAiTifs. |>
BT VIRGINIA AUCTION CO,
Auctioneers.
610 East Broad Street.
STOCK OF FRESH GROCERIES,
ORIGINAL. CASE GOODS. ETC.
We will sell for Mrs. J. H- Coleman,
125 West Duval Streot,
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 3,
AT 3 P. M..
hor entire stock of Canned, Bottled
and Shelf Goods, consisting: of Corn,
Peas, Poaches. Tomatoes, Pineapple,
Campbell's. Van Camp's and Libby'a
Canned Goods, Teas, Coffee. Soaplnes,
Soaps, Washing Powders, Wesson and
Olive Oils, Olives. Pickles, Cakes, Can
dles. Crackers, Cigars. Cigarettes. Bag
and Plug Tobacco. Herrings, Mackerel,
Lard, ctc., 50 cases original case Roods,
Paper Bags, Roll Paper; also other
goods too numerous to mention.
TERMS: Cash.
VIRGINIA AUCTION CO,
Auctioneers.
GEO. V. OLIVER, Salesman:
BY C. L. & H. L DENOON. IN a.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' SALE i
OF
3-Acre Tract of Land
WITH IMPROVEMENTS, ON THH
NINE-MILE ROAD. NEAR FAIR
OAKS.
By virtue of a certain deed of truitf.
dated July 23, 1912, ajid of record In^
Henrico Circuit Court, D. B. 19&-A,
page 350, default having been made tn
the payment of certain notes therein
secured, we will sell by auction, on tb?
premises, on
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, X?lt,
at 12 o'clock M.,
that tract of land, with the lmpro?p?
tuenta thereon, lying and being In Qm
County of Henrico, Va., below the etty
of Richmond, Va., on the west aide o<
the Nine-Mile Roa<L Fairfield District,
near Fair Oaks, containing three acr?a,
and designated as lots 4, 5 and 6, on a
plat made by T. C. Redd & Bro, and
recorded in Henrico Circuit Court in
D. B. 179-B, page 66.
TERMS: Cash as to expense of exe
cuting this trust and to pay the ana
of $1,450, with Interest, balance at one
and two years, or all cash, at option mt
purchaser.
C. L. DENOON,
C. R, SANDS,
Trnate^a.
BY POLLARD & BAGBY, Inc,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION RAT/m
OF
ATTRACTIVE, DETACHED FRABTE
DWELLING. KNOWN AS NO. 11. ON
THE EAST LINE OF PINE STREET.
BETWEEN MAIN AND CARY
STREETS.
I
In execution of a deed of trust, dated
January 14. 1910, recorded In the clerk's
oflice of Richmond Chancery Court.
D. B. 236-C, pago 232, default having
been made In the payment of a por
tion of the debt therein secured, and
baing required so to do, I will sell by
auction, on the premises, on
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1918,
At 5 o'Clock P. AL, the above-men
tioned, seven-room, detached dwelling.
The lot has a frontage of 23 feet by
a depth of 90 feet to an alley in rear
ami bounded on the north by another
alley 20 feet wide. There Is also a
very good garage on the property.
TERMS: Cash.
JOHN BAGBY, Trustee.
N. B.?The auctioneers will be glad
to negotiate a loan for any purchaser
on the above property.
j: D. CARNEAL & SON and
CHAS. IC. WILLIS & CO..
Real Estate Auctioneers.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust.
dated November 25, 1912, recorded in
clerk's ofilce, Richmond Chancery
Court, in P. B. 219-A, page 467, default
having been made in payment of a por
tion of the debt thereby secured, and
being required by the beneficiary so to
do, we will, on
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, H18,
at 5 o'clock P. M-,
Proceed tc sell at public aaetlon. oti
the premises, the following described
property in said deed: ail that piece or
pared of land with all improvement*
thereon designated as No. 905 1-2 North
Seventh Street, rear, in the rear of
905 1-2 North Seventh Street, in tte
; city of Richmond, Va., beginning at a
| point 66 feet east of the east line of.
I Seventh Street, and 75 1-2 feet north of
the north line of Baker Street, tbenoo
I running northwardly 15 1-2 feet,
1 thence back eastwardly between paral
lel lines f.6 f-et to an alley In commoa
16 feet wide.
TERMS: Cash strfficient to pay aJl
costs of sale, taxes and Insurance to
?lay of sale, and a debt of $40.75 now
due and interest thereon; the balane?
of (he sum securod in the deed to be
paid in 24 monthly Installments of $5
each, the first one of which will be due
September 25, 191S, and one on the 26th
of each successive month untfl all have
become due and payable, and the resi
due at a credit of one and two years,
with interest, and secured by a deed at
trust on said property, but said residue
shall be made subordinate to the other
credit payments, or for all cash as to
said residue at the option of the pur
chaser.
F. S1TTERDINO.
J. I>. CARNEAL,
CHAS. K. WILLIS,
Trustees.
TRUSTEE'S SALE
OK
SMALL FARM.
As trustee under a deed of trust from
E. C. Nichols and Ella S. Nichols, his
wife, of record in the clerk's office of
Chesterfield County, in Deed Book 141,
pago 46, default having been made in
the debt therein secured, and being
thereto requested by the holders of said
notes secured, 1 will, in front of Bass's
Store, Midlothian. Va., ofTer for sale, at
public auction, on
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1918,
at 2 o'clock P. M.,
A tract of land containing 21 1-10
acrrs lying and being in Midlothian
Magisterial District, Chesterfield Coun
ty, Va.. together with all improvements,
and situated about one-half mile from
Rubious Station S. R., and being the
same land conveyed to E. C. Nichols by
David Korlolne, dated March 24, 1915,
Tl'KMS: Cash enough to pay costs of
salo and $1,800 and accumulated Inter
est; any balance upon terms to be an
nounced on day of sale.
Dlt. JOHN B. FISHER.
Trustee. _
HKAIi ESTATE'?FPU HE.NT. ?7A
FOR RENT.
Handsome Monument
Avenue Residence
No. 2504. beautifully located; near
Davis monument Hot-water heat, 3
baths and every convenience. Will rent
with or without furniture. Possession
very soon If desired.
SUTTON * CO,
W " . ^ J
New Rent List
Inducements offered to , Immediate
tenants. Will call for you and sfcair
you a house. ? ..
SUTTON * CO,

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