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?ever*! m.n in our bottlln* ClaWtr"eta llo*ufonl ?-<>?. Harrison and Wanted, wlejnitn ami stork men In ttooria Co department. Richmond Dry "?'?rr"HVu work for several experienced Vint nui M?.n .F1"1"" . Fenestra. Kootii 111. Mutual Itulldlnit. 'Mtuhnnn Mtiiim.n 6333. URN AND 1JOT8? MEN' AND nOTS IN AN ESSENTtAT. IV DUSTRV mil f.IGHT MACHINEWORK I IS OVR MODBL I'AI'BH i'LAN'T AV ' UUNUSIKAPIm/y POS1TtON LdBBRAI- ] ' ' ' WORTBNDYKB MPCJ. CO.. J-OOl" Oi* Till KTEENTI1 STREET. MEHSENOKRS wanlnl, Can uea aeveral boyn wllh wheels an rnemienKors. Apply Delivery Department. Wntera Union Tels traph Company NIGHT WATCHMAN?Wanted. Aprly Rich mond Stove Co.. Twetily-flfth and Main Ht rr-tt? OKKICK HOY?Wanted, by large wholesale house, energetic and ambitious office boy. i Good chances for advancement to one who warrants It. Apply In own handwriting, fc-lving references. auv ati?l ?tat>- nalary ex peeted. 11 <20. ri?r<- Tim?? a-Plap.-.tch. OKflOK MAN?Doctor wants a colored of Wce map. .117 Went Frunklln Street. FAINTER?Wanted. ahoat two month*' work. wages if) renin n?r hour. The Me morial Hospital. Broad and Twelfth Streets. PAI'Ett CUTTERS WANTED, experienced paper cutter. UNION ENVEJX)PE COi, Sixth and Cary Streets. rORTEH wduted for printing office work. One familiar with thin work preferred. Virginia Stationery Company. Ninth and Cary Streets STOCK HOYS?Wanted, two youiii: men about seventeen yeara of ane. not return Inc to school. aa atock boya. Apply South- i ern Rargaln House. ! BAl.EHMK.N?Wanted, three; light, healthy > outdoor work, few hours eacn (lay or full tlm? l.lbcral pav 111 Kant Urond Street. fcAi.K.SM a N? Wsntea. experienced whole- , aale rrorory salesman. We have a propo- , sltlon to offer the ritrht man that will e.-vellv make you I7S to S100 a we?k. This in a splendid opportunity for a hustler. Only experienced -nan In thla line need apply. , location Newport Js'awa. Apply L I9fc. care i Ttmea- Dispatch. ] BAI.ESMEN.?The Southern nar*atn IlmiH require the services of aevural axpariencad , bium salesmen. A nplendld opportunity la offered for ambltloua rn?n | SHEET X?TAJ, WORKERS? WANTED, ! SHEET METAL j WORKERS, BOILERMAKERS' HELPERS. GOOD WAGES; STEADY WORK. j RICHMOND ENGINEERING CO., Brook Avenue at S. A. L. Rail-way. SHIPPING CLJCRK?Wanted. experienced shipping clerk In wholc.nile hardware: one with uardw.-xre experience preferred. State saJary. experience, ago. references Harris Hardware Co.. Wiuthirigton, X. C. TRUCK DltTVERB? T7TK TTlt*S-DTHPATCIT reonlrea the ser vices of two rellsbla drivers with refer enda aa to character and mechanical ability. RaJary attractive. Excellent opportunity for steady employment six days a week, with easy hours: no heavy llftlnc- Apply Mr. Hartley. prt*a room. Times- Dispatch Build ing. 1:30 or after any eventD*. UlPnOIjBTERERS. cabinetmakers and fin ishers wanted. Steady work. Good pay. Sydr.or &. Hundley. 401 North Seventh Hire ft, FORD MECHANIC? WANTED, experienced Ford mechanics. We pay same J wages as paid by the Ford Motor Company. Best equip ped shop in the South. Apply at once. UNIVERSAL MOTOR CO., INC., I 1012 West Broad Street. J. L. Collins, Supt. THE DU PONT COMPANY NEEDS ?OOK3 WAITERS KITCTTEN HELP AT HOPEWELL AND PBNN1MAN. Apply at one* U. S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE (Branch) <33 Eurt Broad Street. WANTED BT THE DU PONT COMPANY 76 Klrat-Claes Carpenter*. Report at once ready to ko to work. Apply te U. S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE (Braneh) ?It Bast Broad Street. 11 Kl?l* WAXTED?MAI.K SO j WANTED, IMMEDIATELY, YOUNG man with some civil or mechanical engi neering experience; college graduate preferred. Essen tial war work. Apply be tween the hours of 9 and 11 A. M. to-day at Room 402, Central National Bank Building, Third and Broad Streets. WANTED? TWO MEN I ONE first-class jewelry, salesman, one who un- j derstands the business1 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. rNRROISTEKKD DRUG CLERK wanted. ! one not subject to draft preferred; aUtt j ?C? and salary exported: references re unlri'l Prince IJruj; Co. t.awrencfvllle. Vit ! HICL.P \VA .N'TKD?KKMA1.E 81 liCJUKKKBI'EH ? Experienced lady book keeper and Etonographer. Terminal Motor Co ItOOKKKBPKK?Wanted, at onto, an up"- ! rtenrril lady bookkeeper. On? who ha* had nivrli nrp In handllnt; cash acenuti' an?l a'lenijliie to banking bimlrietoi. A good |ki. | sltton for u vouiik lady who is capable of actlnir an asnistant to the credit man. Give | air<". ,ind salary expected. }> 21. ] >ar?* Tlmm- iJiEpatrfr. BOOKKKISI'BK?-Wanted, competent lady | | assistant bookkeeper and stenoitraph^r for | d'niralile position. Address in own hand-' writintc clvin?r particulars and salary ex-| pe'-ted. H Ml rare Tlmrs- IJIspa'.ih. _ ' CASIMBK?Wanted, vounic lady ?a*tuer with Kimv knowledge of bookkeeping. W. H. I 1 n r o. CI.KltK ? Wanted, female clerk In office.' I'refer on- who ban had some experi'-nre In lillnc Virginia .S-hool Supplv <'ompany. 2ftOQ W?-sl Marnhall Str?e'. rr.rn-r Meadow. COI.L.KUTOR?A lady coiT??:torT AptVlr Room No. 'J Khel Building COOK ? Wanted, cook at once. Apply >04 _K??t M a ir> GIRI^S wanted. Huylera. 211 East Broad Street. COLORED MAID?Wanted. about thirty year' old: steady position, pood w-ares Th* Memorial Hospital. liroad aud Twelfth | Si re?" i ' C'H/JHBD OFFICE MAID?Wanted Must be neat appearing. ahle lo read and write and und?r?tand th? us? of a telephone Fteady position. The Memorial Hospital.* liroad and Twelfth Streets GIRLS.?Wanted two olTlce jrlrls at or.ee~ftTr cleaning and pressing place. Manuel, the rjeaner. North First Street. GIRLS? ; WANTED, girls for work in es j sential plant. Good wages to ' competent people. UNION EN i VELOPE CO., Sixth and Caryj ! Streets. GIRLJ5?Wauled, clrla. women. Qovernmnnl positions. 30.000 vacancies. $100 monih. ffrut tor Its' positions Franklin Institute. Pep!. 731-O lliioh'-?HT. N T. 1 GIRLS? GntLfl WANTED TO WORK IN OIT. MODEL PAPER PLANT. NO DIRT. NO DUST. NO HANGER. LIBERAL HOSTS STEADY WORK: IN AN ESSENTIAL IN DUSTRY: EITHER NIGHT OR DAY. APPLY IMMEDIATELY. WORTENDYKK MIT. CO FOOT OF THIRTEENTH STREET. GIKL.S?Wanted, nice counter clrla at Rich-; uiuiul Cafeteria. Good wages. Seventh ; and Franklin StreetD. GILL?Wanted, an otllcn Kirl who can use! typewriter and accurals at flfrures. Ex perience not nccesaary. Call Randolph 149>. J LA uih.v- Wantnu threw ladies lor light outdoor, easy work; two or throe hoars peri day. Liberal pay. Ill East Broad Street. LADIES AND OIRLiJ? 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. MAID?7 A. M. to 5 P. M. every Sunday and ?' Wednesday afternoon off. I la North Fifth Stre"t. PORTER?Wanted, one with rood refer ences. Apply to Malffon Schwartz. Inc., 3 1-2 Eaet Rroad Street. 8ALE8LA DIICS?Wanted, at once, salesladies for millinery department. Uarnsberccr's Department Store. Danville. Va. SALESLADY AND A LTKRATION LADY? Wanted, at once, saleslady and alteration lady for our suit department. HarnsberKur's Department Storo. Danville. Va. STENOGRAPHER?Wanted, younp lady to do stenoRraphlc and clerical work in our notion UoDartmont. Richmond Dry Goods Co HKl.i* WAVriSU? KK3IA1.K _ 31 ( TKACIIKH wan??<l-for on? llttlo iclrl ~7 years' . tt"t to start ht*r In mUHlc. Addrost) i J. 8. Ulr<l?onit. l|i,m?-vni?. y?. I TEACIIKK- Wnnttd, a competent teacher In i private family to teach slalh and sevanth Rraili*' ulho munlc. Addre?* Dr. It. S. Uoud inan. X.lon I'ost ?< >tfloe, l.ouln County. Vit Will I K Olltl,? Waiit?<1 lixht house work. Apply a?"?> Wi?t Murwhitll Street. TpUNU UAMfcS? P. H. MATO imo. Branch. Twentr-alxtb and f.'ary Stroeta. need experlenc?d pack era (younif laUloi) on sliced plus. YOL'NO I,AD1KS? A Vocation To Be Proud Of HIGH GRADE WORK FOR BUSINESS GIRLS A number of ambitious, intel ligent young women are needed 1 at this time to fill positions in, our telephone operating forces. This method of serving the public is highly important. It is also an unusually fascinating career. Good Salaries from the Start. Permanent Positions Regular and Frequent In-j creases Special Opportunities for pro motion. High Grade, Cleanly, Pleas ant Work. Congenial and Carefully Chosen Associates. Light and Airy Central Offices. Comfortable Recreation and Dining-Rooms. Annual Vacations With Pay. I Sick Benefits and Pensions Without Cost. We invite you to come and talk the matter over personally with Miss -Via or her assistant at the employment office, 709 E. Grace Street. Make an Appointment Any time between 9 A. M. and 9 P.M. THE CHESAPEAKE AND PO- I TOMAC TELEPHONE CO. OF VIRGINIA. \ TOUNG LADIES AND OfTtI W WANTED, YOUNG LADIES AND GIKLS For Clean, Pleasant and, I Profitable Work in the Various Departments of Our Factory British-American Tobacco Co., Ltd., 900 North Lombardy Street. UJ<Via? LrXDJn~lV ofrlrc worii knoTTl ... bo?KkeepinK and typewriting. rne? ai il val'ar? handwrltlne. CivtnB refeF a'"1 '?Mar) nxpwcted. Kox City. w?nt"*d In oiflec. BrkInner preferred. Small salary to start. Chanro SImKv'1^ \P,"lyv. Mr" Viri?.m? U-l"h"noy C?- Nlnth and Cary. Uon'T WDl'v' J 0G ^Kn?r.\VaXl nC fi C "J WAITKEBSES? " " THE DU PONT COMPAN"^ vaitrecsftj for their en salary. *<? l-enniraa fT Good Apply U. S. Employment Service (Branch) S2S East Broad Street. MKl.V?MALIi on KKIMLK. 83 I MEN 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. A Richmond Firm Writes: 'Tlease discontinue our ad vertisement for a skilled me chanic. We received a large number of applications and the position has been lllllod" . . . High-class help are con stant readers of the high grade Help Wanted Ads in The Times-Dispatch. If you are having trouble keeping your producing force to the required num ber, Times-Dispatch Help Wanted Ads suggest a rem edy. Call RANDOLPH ONE TIMES-DISPATCH WANT ADS Are Result Producers. HELP WAXTBD?PBMALR hi ??.Y!i,.iN'?,ENT Civil, sick V ICR EX A Mil N A HON?Richmond In September Gov. ::?,fnS.C,*rk' 'reacher- Jnspectress. Rc ..Clork,' Typewriter. Salary Ji.3)0 Experlenco unnecessary. \Vom?-n de. hirltiK cnvernmtnt positions write for fr?? particulars to J. C. Leonard (former Piril Service Examiner), 631 Kenols Bulldlne. >> asnington. IIKI.r?-MALIO oh FKMALE. 33 COOK'S HELPER?Wanted. Apply to vtc "?ria Restaurant. SOti East HroaU HELP WANTED, MALE AND FEMALE, For Machinery Operating in ESSENTIAL INDUSTRY. HIGH WAGES PAID. "STEADY WORK FOR STEADY WORKERS" AMERICAN CAN CO., 24th and Venabie Streets. THE DO pont COMPANY CAV r.Tvr ' youemployment AppLYV S EX ? LO ^ M fc?N 1 bhll VICE 111KA \'CH ? bast hroad street. WANTED. Immediately, men, women. Oov ,?rnrnISl,t position*. Jluo month. U?t Kocheo^tor."1 N. "y Inat'tUt?- ?CDt- ?? ?? SITUATION'S WASTED?male. 3A BOOKKEEPER?Hlch-clasa bookkeeper and accountant desires small set of bookB to ke?p In evening* Anply Box AS1;, city. CLERK?Youne man 2i yea in of avo desires position as fcro-clerk: five years" expe A1. references; Class 5 draft. C 32. care Times-Dispatch. MANAGER?Mardware man, seven years* experience, desires connection *a man ager or .-ssistant manacer with reputable U.iless vou need competent man pod t aniwer. L b&3. care Tiniea-Diapatch. POSITION WANTED YOUNG man, 32, now employed, but wishes to make a xhaiige. Fifteen years in present employ ment. Experienced in accounting and factory management. Intelli gent and industrious. Address H S24, care Times-Dispatch. sir l A TIONS W" A Si T1011?KKMA 1.10. 3>, CLERICAL ? Wani-d. > leriral position. Can use typewriter. Address i'ajrl.;r 60. City. NURSE?Wanted, by practical* nurse, a po sition as nura^ or companion for elderly adv. Good reference. Address Miss C. M I .. Steele'a Tavern. Va. TEACHER?Wanted, r>y y-jurif lady. hiKh school graduate. capable of teaching four y~ars Latin, position as teacher in private family. Can furnish i;ood references. L> 20 care Times-Dispatch. FINANCIAL i llUSl.MOSS OPI'OH'IXXITIES. 30 AUTUMUUJ L10 ACCXOSSOIUES?A *rowtn? automobile tire and accessory t.iu'iuess for ' ?alj at 62b \S oat Broad Street. Will Mill ?ujc' and fixture* dollar for dollar. Reason for selling, owner has other business aud i is uual-.e to give nine to both. ! A UTOMUll 1LK business, clearing JI00 per! week, at a sacntlc? to Quick cash buyer. ' Owner colnc into (tovernmeni service. Ad dress Business. caro II, B. Stowe, Stratford Hotel. Petersburg. Va. BUSINESS?Dry Roods store for sale on"ac count of ill-health. Joseph Copoland. 600 Nori h Twenty-ninth Street. BUSINESS?For Kale, well-established clean Inn and pressing business in the West End. Low rent. Must sell on account of draft. K 1 <? care Titues-I tispatch. GROCERY and meat storo for salo, on main thoroughfare. doing good cash business ' Buyer can take all or part stock. Must sell i quick. II S17. care Times-Dispatch. MONEY TO LOAN?CIIATTIOLS. ;is I mon&y to lend? $12 TO $100 LOANED on furniture. salary. Liberty bond*. etc.. ?>. legal rates and qji lone or ebort time. We Klve vou 12 mouths to nay the loan If vou wish, vou paying tor the actual time vou usu money. PAYMENTS AS LOW AS SI.20 PEH MONTH The Total Cost lor la'our Months of $10 is $2.00 $50 is $0.26 $20 is $2.50 $100 is $8.70 $12 is $1.50 $25 is $3.14 in Recular Monthly Payments. Open your accvuut with tun biandard | Credit Company, wocra vou are sure of tag :>jst service. We reaped your confidence. PHIVACV? COUJtTESV?CONSIDERATION LOANS MADE IN 1'E 1EUSUURQ AND SUUURBAN TOWNS. STANDARD CREDIT COMPANY 212 N Fourth St. (2nd Floor). Phone Madison 3672. XEGAL KATE LOANS ?ON? Personal Property of All Kinds Interest on $ 5.00 is 25o " $10.00 " ? 60c " $15.00 " 75c " $25.00 M $1.25 " $50.00 " $2.50 Seaboard Security Company (Phone Madison 4312), 108 North Seventh Street .LOOK UP THE "CENTRAL" When You Need Money. Lawful, 1*K*1 rute of Interest, confidential, courteous treatment, convenient torma. quick ?-rvlce Call, write or phone Madison 1670. CENTRAL LOAN CO., 412 EAST MARSHALL STREET. monkv ro i.oax?ciiA'n'Ki.s^ :w TtriiOW on vnui wtlcht*. uUtuunila and lewelrv (rum ih? Eoultubl* Uunn Society. 1?5 Nort ? Kiirhth Street. MONEY TO loan ? At l^ctral Rates on Furniture. Planoa and w to Salaried I't'oulD. . Wo Arrant? Monthly r*ymmt? to Suit Your! Convenience LICENSED AN1) UNDER SUPERVISION OF STATE BANKING DEPARTMENT. Polite. Courteous and Accurate Service Assured. beneficial loan as sociation, INC., 402% East Marshall Street. Plioiiu Randolph 2376. $2.50 AND THE INTERE8T !? All Th?t We Require You to P*y Back Each Month On A $50 LOAN Other Amounts In Proportion. Tou can repay more at any time or In full ! at your convenience, which reduces coat. Under th? present law all Interest courxci are alike. In considering where or Iroui whom you will borrow, you should coo- , aider the servlco rendered and- the terms of repayment. Our Terms Are Easiest A licensed and bonded firm making loans (16 to $200 on Home Irurnlture aud Pianos at such a low rate that you can allord to borrow our money tv make CASII pur chases and iaa*e a proat thereon. W* take up loans trora other Urms. advancing more money on easier lerins Son our manager: be baa a genuine desire to o? of servlco to you In your financial matters. CITIZENS LOAN SOCIETY. 417 East Broad Street Second floor. Phone Kan. 14$t. UKAb ESTATE I.OANS. MONEY to lend on real estate. itultln Sloan. 1* North Eighth Street. WE loan money for you or to you. H. T. Klcheson <Sc Co. INSTRUCTION UDtb'AllO.NAL. 42 KICHMOND School ot Stenography will re open aopieiiiixji l'?. i u tutuilluK be fore the 15th of September will ho entitled to unlimited scholarships on terms given you for full course. Mis* Poytbres*. Prin cipal. MUSICAL,. DAJS'CIXG. UHA3IAT1C. 43 lJXNCING taught lit i-hi':f m A< itOcniy Tu-s duy and Friday nights. Madison tla'J LIVE STOCK MOKSfcSM. CATTl.b, VbtllCLti!). 47 HoltsE AN L) WAGON?for sale, kuuu sound horse light delivery wagon aua narnnss. Win sell a? a wuolo at a bargain or uepa rate'y. A. Hetrer ac Sons, >ui> West Aiaiu Street. v oil sale, fifteen 2-year-old Holsuln heifers; five S-year-old liolatem heifers; one to freshon In two weeks. All l?red to pure-bred buu. N. J. Crull. au East Cary. vikuima & mzrxinx u.w.\ah, WOLF at BROOKS. YOU will find plenty nor>e? and mulos, second-hand wagon*. busies and harness for sale dally. Auction days. 1 uesday and Saturday. Urine us your surplus slock. We will sell them for you, aud you via got your money himu day. IWj-11 East Franklin Street. Phony Mndlsoti MERCHANDISE lll'Sl.VESS NOT1CKS. BO ilARNESS-E. r. sully. WJ Brook Avenu?. Suitcases and hurnmi repaired. Mad. RMS. ! JCWELERS?Cocke &. Co.. 533 West Broad [ Street Railroad watch Inspectors. I "Locksmith and bell ha n per- J ? W. Martin. ' co North Third. Randolph 1034. i SHOES sblned. Six tickets ?e. re paired. Comfort Shoo Co.. iOS E. Main. BDSIXBSS HqUIPllKXT. SAFES V11 AT ARB SAFE. BARNES SAKE AND VAULT CO.. Klch mond Va. _ * SAppjy, L. N. COOKE SAFE AND LOCK CO_ Ktchmonil. N a. CUT-RATE aWNINQ PRICES. c iT.Ti for estimates. Southern Tent unci AwnlnS cS?. 206 West Rroad. Mad. 7397. ICK. FL'KI/ A.M> FISKI). LUMP splint coal. $8.40. Trier & Ryan. 1001 West Cary. Madison 1979. llau doluh 3017. GOOP THINGS TO BAT. 55 ICE CREAM that's best to servo at all oc casions Chas. Sanyour. Ran. 'J>32. PBACH CREAM, full of poaches; It's treat. A. Sanyour. Madison 11 SO. REMEMBER Wynne's Ice Cream for all oc casions. Madison 3510. HUlSbHOI.U UUOUS. 57 ( FURNITURE bought, sold and exchanged. | I lioyd It. Cobb. UOti W. liroad. Mad. 1!727. j POLISH ?CRAFT'S ROYAL I'lANO 1'OlilSll ! WILL MAKE YOUR PIANO LOOK l.IKE new. TRY a HOTTLK Tll-UAV. A. J.I ! CRAFTS PIANO CO.. 2la NORTH SECOND STREET. ? I WARlllluUK ? Elegant Circassian slnglo ' I g'ass door wardrooo. wide and deep, placed j with this ottico for sale. Uargaln awaits' you. Footers Dye Works. 20i North Fou ! shoe. M AClll.N 10It Y AN 1) SL PPLlliS. OS ACETYLENE gas machine. Ledgerwood D. C. D. D., hoisting eniflne. Water tanks, shafting, hangers, planers, lath mills, edg ers, laundry machinery, 15-lncii terracotta pipe, boilers and engines. Guaranteed con dition. 1. ltluford Co. MO lORS?For sale, several motors In Kood condition. Virgliiia Stutlonery ?'o.. Inc. RICHMOND JUNK AND PIPE CO.. 605 Brook Ave. Kan. 1013, buy and sell pipe. machinery, scrap Irou, metals, rubber plants DoUL'tit. mSCIHdiA.M^CHJS Kult .WI.K. so ilooKS?Mew aud old books bought, so Id and exchanged. 215 North F1ftli Street. i'UKMTi; KK?New and eci'oiiil-baml, for 1C3M than half price. 61J Cast Marshall. OIL. STOVES?The Florenco WicUless Oil Stove sold only by It. K. llurka & Co., 315 West Broad Htri-d. l'USTS?For sale. 000 standard locust posts. 2sc f. o. b. Prospect. Va. 11. ljj. Itcdd. Prospect. Va. TKNTS. old and now. all sizes, for 8aIo or relit, camping parties or other purposes. Also Scout equipment, including *>. I), suits, Uhakl suits. haversacks. lenviiixs. ptlttues, etc. I?. Hose &? Co.. Sternheimcr ' Bros. pro prietors. ltandolph 1322. 420 Brook Ave nue. t'liv. . WAllO.VS?Old Hickory farm wagons, one tuiil i wo-horse, old price. Thou. ii. Duke ?fr Co.. *04 Droolt Ave. W AUONS?Hackney farm wagons. Savo money at DristowV Get my prices before buying. IJ-lii North Bightecnth. \v ix.il/?Wool growers, ship your clip to us. (ililain maximum prices and save expenses. Old Virginia Hide and Wool Company. 1315 Hast L'arv Street. W AN TIC D ol.D FKATHIOK BUDS AN D AM. KINDS OF FfltNlTUIlK. l'HO.NK noilJZVA It J > H30. IyKAL'.SF. Al.'TU \V It I'll'KINO AND MBTAIi CO.. buyers of old automobiles, metals and machinery. Twentieth and Muln Streets. MlMl Al. I.N.Vilil mi:,\ IS. HO LHT us show you our line of pianos. lonlal Piano Corp.. 205 Bast Broad St. FINEST vlollim. mandolins, string for al Instruments. One piano bargain. J'jO Manly B. Hamos. 106 North Seventh Stroet. SKED.H, I'll A !M TS, KKUTIMZKHM. Ul Jruo killer potatoes and vines, loo. Kin ChaIn Stores IVI 7 F.nst Mahi jStr*?t. \N KAItl.X; A Fl' AltT;!/. 03 | j| LKWI3 ladles' tailor, now located 103 Kasi iiraco Street. JjAOIKS. have your suit made at Paul Kam aky's. ladles' tailor, 12 North Jefferson, opposite Jefferson Hotel. \V AXTKI* .?>IIMt;i;i<L.A N KU V <14 CLOrlilNO?Highest prices paid for second hand clothlnc. l'hone 51a djson_ EJ 2 6. Cl.OTH KS '.Wanted, to buy men's second hand clolhes. A. J. Washington. 71tl North Second Street. Prop us a_card. DIAMOND?If vou tiavo a diamond to buy. sell, exchange or remount, or old gold to ?eli .?r exchange, bring It to J. T. Allen ti Co.. Jewelers. Fourteenth and Alain Street a. KNCtINK -Wanted. a 4-cyllnder, 4-cydo Jump spark medium duty marine engine, ?0 to SO-11. 1'- dive age. condition, born and stroke. Address C. 10. Stevens. All mondsvllle. V.i. KKA'i'tt i-.it?>-- spot cash for feathers and antique furniture. Beard. Mad. 6207. FUltN ITU HIS?Cash for your second furniture, any uantlty. MHdlson 2341. hand lfURNlTURK?Want id. gooa used furni ture. any o??ntltv. Beat prlca paid. Ph'ine Madison 1906. KBATHKH USDS -Wanted. to buy old feather beds Will call anywhero In Vir ginia to see them. Address F. It. Caaper. .1 f>3 I. care Tim en- Dispatch. KlJRNlTUHE?Wanted, to buy new and Bcond-hatid turnitura for rtih. Randolph frnRNITURK?We take old turnitura in ax changa (or now. Knlgbt Furnuura Co.. 1420 Hull. XV A XT1-5IJ?>1 ISCKI.IiANKOI'Jt. 64 | JUNK ? We ihiv nit old luuk. bay bvat prices. Richmond Iron and Metal Co.. 11 25 Nlcholaon Mtrfcet. Hun. 5S84. turnliurx hciunfhold goods bought, ?old. exi-hantced. / *ideraou. llroad at Flrnt Madison 1037. Pl'PII.S for niiflit school martini; Septernbor 16. Roducud rates. thorough couritea. Big opportu: Itlea for craduatea Maasuy Uuai L1J1? ' 'Pllei;... HtOiiKS'f cash prices paid for old false teeth. diamonds. silver. platinum and frold. B C. Meyer Jewelry Co.. 21 West Jroad Sir*nt. PKKRI.KSS Cleaner and Polisher does the work when .ill other* fall for furniture ami floor*. Vaughan's. Madison MM. L'SF Velvet Floor Stain on your floora If you want thu beat. V&ughan's. Madison 111 WANTKD. an old hand loom in working order. a e-cond-liand cabinetmaker's bench. Answer I. c.iro Times-Dispatch. k.V(Iiam;i:?iikal estate. ?q ST'iitt;?For exchange, good brick corner storo on Church Hill renting for 130 per month. Will trade for residence in good location. !?' 17. earn Time*-Dispatch. ROOMS AiSD BOARD UOQ.11S l'Olt UK.VT?FlUMSlllil). 70 QUACK ST.. W. SOft?For rent, furnished roomy, steam heat, e.ectric lights: tablo board In neiahhoi hood. Uandolph 5*03. OUACU S'l.. W. C.'O? For rent, handsomely furnished room, all modern conveniences: Nslniiia woman preferred, Gramon Aparl ii!"t. Apartment No. 1. 4IUXTIOKLLO IIUTUL. 114 North Eighth, absolutely llrM-elaas. Rooms. 60c. 70c. $1 ? I 1.lv. >3 to 17 weekly. Full KKXT?Suit of rooms and private l.aih. l*hon?? I land'iltih a 707 - W. F.\TRA n<c?:y furnished rooms with h?ar. hot and cold water. Phone Madison 9*D-W or addresj 1> 5 1, caro Times-Dis. patch. HOP.MS WITH HO A HI1. 73 FRANKLIN. K. 110?First-class accommo dations. permauvul and iranuiom, tablo board. Fit A N K 1.1 N OH OR ACES?A gentleman wiaboa (o secure room in goo<l section of the city with modern conveniences with Private family. Franklin or Grace Weal. LI .*1. care Ttinea-lospatch. FUA.Mvl.lN bl.. W. ao?First-class accom modations, rooms with or without board; rveniu^ dinner* individual table*. OKA> K sr.. W. all?Itooma with board. _Mra^ Johnston. GRACES SI'.. W. 1003?itooma with tirst 1 '*?"'* boai'l. 1 'hone Madltioii til..'i. OKACK. W.. 410? Good board, modern con veiii?'in.*?>w: t run stents. GRACB ST.. 316 W.?T.arge. comfortable rooms with board: alao hallroom. Miss Cordon. THB WBI1STRR. CLAY. R.. 1014-1016?Rooms and board, tb solutelv tiraL-cluss: central; bol-water healed: prices \ery reasonable. Madison 2435 SF HP It IIS?Hoarders wanted 3 miles from Richmond. Aildrosa "Galdon," Koute 5, City. WH Elll'! TO KA T. 74 Fit AN K I. IN. K. (09-511?Excellent meals; f. o'clock dinner. Mrs. K. ii. umohundro. WAN .I II ? lilHMIs (li( HOAlTlT. 7.1 COUNTRY?Wanted, room and board In the country bv a you nit married lady without children References exchanged. i> 5b, care Times-1 >Ispatch. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT A P A ll'I'M I'. V I S A N 1> Vl.ATS. 70 THKRK rooms and bath, kitchen complete; water furnished; central location. Re duced rent. J. A. Connelly & Co.. Madison ?V.'-. 1 WKST KXL>? Wanted, at once, live-room apartmetit. hath. steam or hot -water, heal. West Bnil preferred. Namo price. Audrcsa 1 > hi>. care Times-1 liapatcli. A PA HTMK.XTS I't KMSlllOO. 77 APARTSIISNT?Wanted. 3 rooina and bath, housekeeping. Suburbs or near: furnished. Address K .''"7. care Tln.es-Dlspatch. M AltSll A I.I.. 16 K.? Housekeeping furnished flat; room a. g an range, ru nninc witer. FURXISIIKP aparlment for light house keeping. Moat. hot and cold water. Madiwon :<f,9-W. inn sr.s KOit It 10XT. 70 FRANK I.IN ST.. 3U5 13.?17 rooms, 2 batha. hot-water heat. J. A. Connelly &. Co.. Mad. ?B1. OF PICKS AXU IJICSK llOOM. S3 NINTH ST.. N. 24?First tloor oflicea. IS up wards. Storage space. SI upwards. OFFICIO apace and yard storage. Will rent reasonable ample upaco in beat building In Itli-ltmond. Alao Miace In yard South Richmond tracks in yards Southern Rail way auitablo for wood, lunk or open storage. F is. care Tl mew-Dispatch. OFFICES for rent. A. At. Gover. 22 North Ninth Street. OFFICES? DESIRABLE offices for rent in modern fireproof office build ing. All conveniences. Call or address Room 30S, Times Dispatcli Building. HTOUUSi A Mi W A lUOtlOlsKS. s.i FOR HKX.T. buildiliK for *|orau? rear of Fourteenth aiul Vutn Streets. Mart. 1467. VACATION IIOMUS. 80 OOKAN WAVE COTTAOE. Ocean View. Va., between Firut :.nd Second Avenues, water front. on car line Will open May 23. Sue > ul evening dinners. lira. Myrtle Ander son. Prop U'ANTKD?TO HUNT. ?7 APAR'l'M KiST?Wanted, llvo or six-room aparuncnt, furnished or unfurnished. In Willi Knd by faintly of adults. Possession October I. MimIhi'>n 7209. TvPAltTMKNT?\V anted. furnished apart inent. two bedrooms, kitchenette and bath. Must lie centrally located, liuvo electric lights. hot-water and steam heat. 11 SIj. nil Tlnn-ii-1>lspat<Jl llul'.SK?Wall led. to rem. by responsible t>uriy. ti or 7-room modern house in de sirable section. 1'obsession at oiico. Give full particulars.I'. P. -Ilox G26. HOOM?Wanted, ono furnished room, cen trally located with h'-at. electric lights anl bath in private family preferred. -An .iwj'r^ M M 2. rare TimeH-1 nspntrh. | HOOM ? Wanted, by jrounK man. furnished' room In private home, with or without I board. Central location. D 21. care Times Dispatch. ROOMS?Two or 3 furnished rooms for light liouaelteepini;. D .r..H. care Times-Dinpatch. ROOMS?Couple want furnished parlor, bedroom and private bath. West Eud. D ru re Tlnics-filsputch. WEST KND?Wanted, hv couple, three or four housokeeplnK rooms In private fam ily; West Knd prefurred. Cull Mr. Kennedy, at Murphy's Hot el. HKAI, i:STATIO_KOIl HICNT. 07-A SPICtlAl. att-'iiiion paid to collection of rents and .supervision of rental property. Prompt returns made. Harrison & ltates, 7 North Eleventh St. Mad. uili. WU can promptly secure you a Kood tenant for your hoi;se?. Chewnlni; fc 1 toxley. J. THOMPSON UROivN ifc CO.'S new rent lint and loan money awaiting you. Phone Mad.son 101. HEAL ESTATE EOli SALE Il(M Mia li'ult ?A 1111!. St) lihilOll S'l'.. i-f3 W.? For sale, four-room . cottaKtt with city conveniences. Price, f 1.800. Address C 19. care Times-l>laputch. WKS1' KND -For sale, coiihko liouae in j West Kurt; city improvements. Items fori $12.lit'. Will sell for il.350. This will make i a kooiI home or investment. Address F 21. care Times-1 'ispatch. Wl'^ST r.Xli?For sale, 4-room cottage with lari;e ball; city conveniences; lot HUX150; flvo minutes' walk Iroin S. A. l<. or It.. F. ?V I*. Shops I'rice, H..UM); $j00 cash, bal ancu on Ions time. Address owner. C IS, care Times-1 >l?p:t tj^h. ii fiV .1.11,1 mono now. Phone Muhleman Si Kay hoi- lo-iluy. Madison 7173. I, V Ml.i A \1 > l'AIOI-S I 'DH !?A 1.1U. Id Ja.MKS IllVKU?Colonial plantation at i about value of improvemenia. Pollard Jc | Haitby. I WK sell farms. W. S. Itoblnson & Co., real ? estate and loansv 7 1 5_ fciaat Franklin. I 700-ACUK l'AK.M 47 miles west of Rich- i monrt. IIikIi suite of cultivation; 2 miles' from liich school. 4 miles Iroin railroad i station and village. About 260 acres in i cultivation. balance in limber. Soil Is i adapted to wheat, corn, tobacco anil grass. Rolling laml watered by several year-round' streams. making it suitable for cattlu rais ing. Seven-room dwelling. largo shady yard. all necessary outbuildings. Price, . }17.,i00; one-halt lash, balauco Ionic term, secured by mortgage. Addruas J i>35. care 'I 111lei*-1 Mapatch. St) lit) Kit AN jt'QIt SAI.K. 0;i ISA It TON 111'.llillTS home for sale. J. C. Anderson ti l'o.. 815 Knst Franklln. llltillliANU SI'ltlNtiS?Five-room house. I 1-i. acres laud. barn, outbuildings, shade and fenced. Price, $1.&U0. Also it-room house, bathroom, hot and cold water, elec tric lights, all icneed. Price. $4,0o0. Frank P. Head. SEVEN PINES car Una accessible to plant. Four 4, four !i, two 6. three 8 and one 12-room dwellings. $800 to $4,500. H. W. Hardy. Hjj.'lilnnrt Springs. Madison 4812. ?, SAI.K 4111 ItlC.NT. FOR farm and city property, see C. I*. St It. I,. Pennon. 807 Kant Main Street. KIST your' property for sale or rent with William II. Miller Co.. Inc.. 123 North "?"hth Street. RICHMOND TRUST & SAVINGS CO., Real Estate Department. Sevunth and Main. SAI.K OH IlKXT. 84 BAI.HS. LOAN8 RKNT3-glum A Funste*. 111.< Kn?i Mam Slr?*t. VAUOHAN-WHITEHURHT CO.. INC.. rents, loan*, city ami country property. XVA iN'lHH?HEAL ESTATK. W KAKM?W'antcil. l<> purchase itood isneral purpose farm within 15 miles of ItlchmonO, mostly cleared and feuccd. In aiuwur tie. scrlbw fully, with price from $3,000 to lj.000. From owner only. Farm. Box 337. Rich* w>>nd. Va. FARMS WANTED. IP you nave a farm for sale, write us for nocessary llstlnic blanks. Wo cot renulta. Morton O. Tbalhitnor. Farm Dept.. Rich* inond. Va. Ht >l'liW KLL. V A.?List your property jrlts Bryant Realty and Insurance Co.. Inc. LBT us secure you a tenant for your vacant i-ropcrty. Crutchfleld & Co. LIST your farm and city property with us. Oarrett & Co.. 1112 East Slain. LIST your Went End lots for sale with W. !?:. Puree!!. Jr.. Co.. Inc.. 1014 Kast Main. LIST your property for rent or for aaU with Chanln A Hume. LIST your farms and rental property wltb Gte Bros 1322 Hull Street Madison at) WANT for a cash customer. 8-room brick house. West End. White & Co. WE have a cash customer for some West Knd property paying around 10 per cent. What have you to offer? Rex O. Jones Co., Inc.. If. North Eighth Street. WE are havlri? numerous calls for smalt farms. What have you to offer? L T. Branch. 83'J Bast Main Street \Vli well real estate at auction everywhere. Atlantic ?V.ast Realty Co.. Pstersburg. REAL. ESTATE FOK SALE. 07 FOR home bargains. see Moorefteld & lilak*. Inc.. 20 NVrth Eighth Street $75,000.00 IF rou have this amount to Invest In hl*h cIhks. fireproof, up-to-date building paying ?1I,er 'I5ul net> adJr?s? U 24. care Tltnes AIICTIOIS?LEGAL MEETINGS. ioi IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THM UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST ERN DISTRICT OP VIRGINIA. In the matter of JOHN L. CORR, Bankrupt. No. 2387. In Bankruptcy NOTICE OF FIRST MEETINO 09 CREDITORS. To the creditors of JOHN L CORR, ot Richmond, in the County of Henrico, and district aforesaid?Bankrupt: Notice la hereby Riven that on the 21th day of August, 1918, the said JOHN L. CORR was duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that the first meeting: of his creditors will be held in my office. Rooms 1118-1110 Mutual Building, Rich mond. Vrt., on the 16TH DAY OF SEP TEMBER, 1918. at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at which time the said cred itors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bank rupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. THOS. B. SNEAD, Referee In Bankruptcy. September fi. 1018. THE nnnual meeting of the stockholders of the Southern Manufacturing. Company will be held at the oltt~es of the company. Ninth and Perry Streets. Richmond, Va., THURS DAY. September 17. 131S. at 4 P. M. By order of the president. W. L. WIGHT. Secretary. _ _J AUCTIOX SALES. M BY II. SELDON TAYLOR & SON, Heal Estate Auctioneers. AUCTION SALE OF THE Two Story and Basement Brick and Frame Dwelling No. 727 N. Ninth St. At the request of the owners, who are selling for a division, we will offer for sale at public auction, on the premises, on 4'N ' WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1918, AT 6:30 P. M., the following described property: All that certain piece or parcel of land, with a two-story brick and frame d welling ami other Improvements thereon, designated fts No. 727 North Ninth Street, lyinpr and being in the city of Richmond. Va., fronting on the east side of Ninth Street 30 feet and extending back a depth of 130 feet. This is an exceptionally well built dwelling of eipht rooms, conveniently arranged and well appointed, with eras and water on premises. The house Hs so arranged that at a small cost it could be converted into flats, which would pay handsomely, or will makt a nice homo in its present shape. TERMS: Cash. H. SELDON TAYLOR Sc SON. N. B.?Upon a fair cash payment the auctioneers can arrange liberal terms for the purchaser. TRUSTEE SALE TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER OF ONE-HALF INTEREST IN A VALUABLE SU B U R BAN F A R M. A TT R ACT IV 1:1 BRICK DWELLING. FISH POND AND OTIIER FINE IMPROVE M E N T S. ON CM 1CKAHOMIN Y RIVER, AND NEAR THE NINE MILE ROAD. Br virtue of a deed of trust from H. 1* Price to the undersigned trustee to secure the payment of certain notes therein described, default being made, and being- required so to do, I will sell, at public auction, on the premises, TU13SDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 191S, AT 5 P. M? a one-half undivided interest In all that tract of land, with Improvements thereon, in County of Henrico, on the Chickuhominy Kiver, and near the Nino-Mile Road, containing: 117.97 acres, more or less, bounded on the north by the Friend tract, on the south by ltobin Park, being the western half of a tract of 254 3-4 acres, less 9.51 acres sold for right of way of Rich* inond-Rappahannock Railway Co., etc.. etc., and a one-half undivided interest in all personal property on said land. The farm has been handsomely im proved, besides new brick residence, extensive barns, poultry houses, etc., and is a short distance from Stop No. ?, Seven Pines trolley. TERMS: Cash as to expense of sale, all past due taxes and prorated taxes 1918 to day of sale, and to pay the sum of $2,000, with interest from 25th\ of October, 191a, subject to a credit of $02.50; the balanco to be represented by the bond of the purchaser, payable on the 25th of October, 1918, with 6 per cent i crest, and secured by deed of trust. F. C. FISCHER, Trustee. TRUSTEES SALE OF SMALL. FARM. Aa trustee under a deed of trust from E. C. Nichols and Ella S. Nichols, hi? wife, of record in the clerk's office of Chesterfield County, in Deed Book 141, page 46. default having been made In the debt therein secured, and being thereto requested by the holders of said not.es secured, 1 will, in front of Bass's Store, Midlothian, Va., offer for sale, at public auction, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 191?, at 2 o'clock P. M., A tract of land containing 21 1-10 acrcs lying and being In Midlothian .Magisterial District, Chesterfield Coun ty, ?'a.. together with all Improvements, and situated about one-half mile from Robious Station S. R., and being the same land conveyed to E. C. Nichols by Dnvld Forlolne. dated March 24, 1915. TERMS: Cash enough to pay costs of sale and $1,800 and accumulated inter est; any balanco upon terms to be an nounced on day of sale. DR. JOHN B. FISHER, Trustee. ?? 1 . ?? ILEA I, INSTATE?FO?t SAIK. ?T FOR SALE, Nice Brick Dwelling NO. 17 SOUTH PINE STREET. Low price to quick purchaser. _ R. B. CHAFFIN A CO.. TweUth and Main Street?, City.