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IIKI.P WAHTBP?FICWALK 31
UA01K8 AMD OIHLfe?
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.
OPERATORS?
IN our sewing room operators
on power machines. Pleasant
work in comfortable surround
ings. Satisfactory earnings as
sured.
RICHMOND DRY GOODS CO.,
19 South, Seventh Street.
OHtHATORS
TYVO steady Stokes &
Smith operators who
can turn out produc
tions. We will pay $18
per week. Wilson Papor
Box Co., Inc.. 2213-15
East Franklin Street.
WAJTHEKflEB?Wanted. two wiliriiiiwg. *x
ptrlenrcd one? preferred. Apply
lon Hotel.
l'OUNO LA DIBS?
' A VOCATION TO BE
PROUD OF
LEARN A
USEFUL PROFESSION
Telephone operating is a fine
opportunity for young women.
Experience unnecessary. Sal
ary paid while learning.
Nine dollars a week during
the four weeks of instruction.
After that frequent and regular
increases and unusual oppor
tunities for advancement.
IT IS PERMANENT,
HIGH-GRADE EMPLOYMENT
Congenial surroundings.
Meals served at cost. Sick
benefits. Annual vacations
with pay.
See MISS VIA
9 A. ML to 5 P. M.
709 E. Grace Street
Telephone Randolph 12000
THE CHESAPEAKE AND
POTOMAC TELEPHONE
CO. OF VIRGINIA
YOUNG L.AJJIKS?
YOUNG LADIES WANTED
; TO LEARN LONG DISTANCE
, TELEPHONE OPERATING.
| We require the services of a
'?few young ladies between the
iages of 18 and 25 for long dis
tance telephone operating work,
jSalary of $9 per week paid
Lwhile learning.
j Permanent positions offered,
jwith frequent advancement in
(salary.
j Apply to DISTRICT TRAF
FIC CHIEF*, ROOM 5, 1002
i HULL ST., SOUTH RICH
MOND.
.?
?ryuKu l>ax>ucs?
: '. IL MATO A. BRO. Branch. TriatT-dxtb
? and Gary 8tr*?La. need exporter e?4 Dack
.-r? (youoK ladled) on alloed d)u|,
1: :
j- ?
THALHIMER BROS.
tEQUIRE at once the services
I* of twenty-five experienced
eanastresses for alteration de
\ artment. Apply employment
(ffice, 206 North Fifth Street.
IIUM' WA,M'KI>?FKWAliK __ 31
CIVIL, worvico examination* In Kluhmoud lit
September. Government clerk. toucher, ln
?pnlraa. typewriter. bookkeeper. reueurch
clerk. Preference Klven women. Salary.
? I.SOO-12,000. Hxperlenc# unnxeiuary. Women
dexlrinr rovernment positions writ* for free
particulars. 'Uaymond Terry (former Olvtl
Keivlcv Kxa/nlnrrK lift Columbian UulldlnK.
Wushlnirton.
IIKI.I'?MAI.Ii ?)lt KKWAI.K. 513
141 I.I. CL.KKKS?Wantod. several bill clerks
and otbvr help. Apply American Hallway
Rxureas Co.. Seventh aud Canal Streets. Ask
for Mr. Meanley.
HOOK KEUPBH?Assistant bookkeeper, man
or wotuan; competent. accurut??. monthly
trial bal&nco required. Apply, with refer
ences. Wholesale llouw. Mox 1212. City _
UOOKK EBI'KK AND HTKNOGRA I'll Kit?
Wauled. at onto: lady preferred, illn
eral Hardware Co.. Mlnorai. V?.
UOOKKKKl'KH?
Experienced Bookkeeper
WANTED, for good 'paying position
in centrally located office; young
lady preferred. Iteply, stating ex
perience and salary expected. J 37,
care Times-Dispatch.
MKN 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 Bak*: \g Pow
der Factory, Eignth and
Perry Streets, South
Richmond.
THE SOUTHERN
MANUFACTURING
COMPANY.
MKN. WOMEN. BOYS AND GIIILS?
WANTED, men, women,
i boys and girls, four
teen years old and over,
for pleasant and profit
able employment, day or
1 night, in the various de
partments of our mod
jern plant. We have
isoine light positions that
'can be filled by those
;who are unable to do
outside work on account
of age, physical defects,
etc., provided they have
good use of both hands
and eyes.
BRITISH-AMERICAN
TOBACCO CO., LTD.,
900 N. Lombardy St.
HELP WANTED,
MALE AND FEMALE,
For Machinery Operating in
ESSENTIAL INDUSTRY.
HIGH WAGES PAID.
"STEADY WORK FOR
STEADY WORKERS"
AMERICAN CAN CO.,
24th and Venable Streets.
WANTKD. immediately, men, women. Oo?
ViUutuU, ,1l??vt.ont47? Ja
a ? . ?
lUCL.P-?M VI,K on a:
j wa?*?l5laiiU0,w?r??r if.1!, ?*? *lrl'1
work Btarlinr Vi- i Good waif*. miml
Apoly Antr|,u? SeiHomber 11
i Still SlftMti ft,s ^ orlta. Hoaidtnl aii<
TIVOU Uk\| i'i'ovm N V CAN oVvi
Pi ovx,BSSJL,A>?V?KN r APPLY IT. 8. KK
j feA8T PRO AD 8TRKCT. ?nlANC,U- 82
- m* w A.M'i-.n?m ai,i:. :u
U einlilov.'o N *' '"'rV "' ,J""k ???. nw
town llrlVr?.t ?'???llon u. Hirmll
;,?n7"h Ue^r*,ue'- " <?*<?? Tluieu-DU
""vsv.!st.^1^nby n}' "?"Tionwii re it
mamfa < if i l"'sltlon :ia clvrk or
r"r"r'Mco?<l'\yV,.'lJ 11,0 ujtc). Dtet o
' li!.Vn.- U \v',mV i ' ' '' w,1> wn'1* farm
^ ^ w..uv,h
iijenj In mJil M 1 Mull* >;uily appoint
i M**iJ*rIoi?riT 1.*~2tV"tr* n,an- "?Vfn vfeara'
1 s?ZuuVXS;
: A answer. tvo,:?"t?l.. kajch"
1 I-Hllioi. an ma mi ij.-r
nu.'hw !'.J ;*r i hi a Ml vto- U Hlrm. tlior
*?* 33.
' <y^raO'pT?VriL','nt'0'!'iil1- Bio re n
RnlTriT?.! *I'.V nrr; , ?"?at-clniifl rat.- ma,,.
' nv" I I |!,rrri' ^ III consider J100 or
| ??'? Coke Hallway
! W hours?'0' Jnr!;''l!,Ufour^or^lfvo
! year" ot.,l c.' *fnlnn. ("our
! m k^wV-rj^' ^te^ivy,ut^;
work Innwuvr ".j1?- k"n-l of
?'?'???? ' K J .. c?re Time*-Dlapatch:
i SITUATION s w % XTi:i)~PE31A l*.B. :ir,
i /?' w*?t?d. position a* biwk
-r:- %'-vs,?:
Tl mcr -1 )l?na t ch. "vuatl|lY K car.
* woman'''v..'.'Sg'UphVr^o."^"^
MlV enBa"m'^? U-urs lo 6? T. I.ox
financial
ULMVKSS OI'l'imrt XITiKs," ;{0
A U TO iki'l l\{ i . .1\J? i-SSiiIIIR'S. ?" "7 " -
a.Jjioinob. .. are a nd nccon.rv lw:o^ j??
f'- *????"?. Sri? cl^rrd|of?olLr.wi{l^!|
^ "in8 v h.'.or h^t
nr"k.i"s,t'r?Vtr'Klt> ,nVMt,?:u"?n 612 W.-m
srniti8s3-tj4?
^r^TI-'noTnl^oirch""'"""- AO,!r?. if
l^lt L'G STUKK ? Kor sale. th<? only dru
. ?'?"'" "ctiool town of "id ucoi.le *"n
tffifvztfz fi.v,r"-* s Ji '?%?:
GROCER V-Kor salf, buliding anT^F^rrv
of flVLT!8.1 ht' l* aoi<l at '?'??? ?n account
i ! lflj d"?nir Koo.J btiMlnevs In whit?
nclKhborboiwl. Prcin!>.eii contain* a voo.l
garaca. .1 V>. rart. Timow-OiMpatrh.
M r-: r<<:a nti l b h r? i n kss? p0 r~ ?TTi?
I Ane? ^u^'wv.vr^s-o^hVu^l^j W'
, Unarual demand for sl^ti'jiiratilieri HTi i Cl
I salaries We Iihv? (lit hiij ffi, Vi uleh
..r phone. Msisoy Ruaineu Col!e?e^1*'
MOWBY TO I.OAX?CHATTfi v
| liOKHOW on vt.ur watrhfi ?l4a*?.?j " .
: :^CN^ '**? Society1!
u<Jt*k.l 'lu I.EN l> ~ ??
$12 TO $100
'is^t'^t11;; a8ntrovu
time. We kiv^ \ou 12 moutus to "av" i?h^
loau It voli wisti. vou uayinkt fur Th ^ . "9.
time you u?* money y,lylak> tor actual
PAYMENTS AS I.UW AS ?1 20 PER MONTH
: y1"1 luL*' Cost lor four Uonthti of
$1g is ^il.uo is ^0.26
^20 is $2.51) $1uu is $8.76
$12 is yi.ou $25 is $3.14
Crauit vJouiUAiiy. wucro vou are sure Jr
PUl vlci-Col ? r"^eCl VO^'cS^
| )^ATC^ "r H * ~CO.NSiut.KA I iOn
tst
stanjjakl) credit
COMPANY
: 212 N Foui'tli ?si. (2nd Floor).
Phone Madison 3G72.
LOOK uftHE
"CENTRAL"
When Vou Xcjd Money.
00^ irMUU9L convenieut*
Call, write or nhon? Madison 1670.
CENTRAL LOAN CO.,
<1* East MarshaI.I a-rp-ph'T
lhuAL, k AT n, luaimis
?ON?
Personal Property of
All Kinds
Interest on $ 5.00 is 25c
$10.00 " 50c
$15.00 " 75c ,
$25.00 " $1.25 '
$50.00 " $2.50 1
Seaboard Security Company ;
(Phone Madison 4312),
108 North Seventh SLreet
MONEY to LOAN
At L?cal R^-s^nrl^rnUure. Planos and
! We Arrance Muntbly Payments to Suit Your
Lonvcnifuco.
LICENSED AN lj UNLiliiXt SL'PERVimnv
OP STATE B.UNK1NO DEPARTMENT?
Polite. <-ourteousAaj|Jrded Accurate Servlcs
beneficial LOAN as
sociation, INC.,
""a.sri,5."";
$2.50
AND THE INTEREST
I. All Tbat ^?cg?^reh?ou 'to Pay Back
A $50 LOAN
j t., .ftmv.iwi!
?inJrSUJHConvt,n,ence ?ll'^ r"au? nc 1
aro aiiL?e J*w a)l intcreni <_nareei
wfonV'ytu 1w.llcokr^^nUyo^hVheou??rd ^ ;
Sf repaymunru,Ce rendore^ ^ ">* t?nni
Our Terms Are Easiest
a1167$?}? ?r-ww,usr.ki5mssa
a.nU Jnw4? a uroQt Tiirr?oi? w A
f'""'"' 55k "1st~3IS
CITIZENS LOAN SOCIETY,
417 East brojld Street.
Second P"ioor. Phone Ran. 148IL
It MAI. I-J..S .Ail. i.uA AS. ^
WONIJV to letu on reai estate" Ituiiin 7
Sloan. 18 North Eighth s.vAV8' "uUln &
WRlc&nU?,el /0r yoU or 10 '<?>? H. T.
INSTRUCTION
wo ti CAP I U.N A II,. 4]
Meet ?
the Stranger
There are thousands of
strangers in Richmond.
Others are coming every
day.
They naturally turn to
the Want Ada in The
Times-Dispatch to lo
cate good boarding
places, rooming places,
houses, flats and apart
ments.
Aro you meeting the
stranger half way?
Tell the stranger and
boII the stranger
through Times-Dis
patch Want Ads.
Call
.. RANDOLPH ONE.
TIMES-DISPATCH
WANT ADS
Are Result Producers.
mi.sica B.nANciN<;, dramatic. 43
DANCING taUKht at Chief's Academy Tues
day ana Friday iii*iua. Madison Mia
LIVE STOCK
! dobmos, t:Ari'i.K, j i;iiiu.i:.s. 47
COW?For sale. a ."Ho youiiK milk cow.
I liciic I'.amiolpti 25o7-?L _
IlijHrB?Wanted. to buy a irnod family
iiUKjv nnu saddle horse at richt pri
Addr-i-s K ?'?>? eare Tilii'-s-Dispa:i. _
i 1IORSE A.N IJ WAGON- For *al?j cheap.
tx*;vt*n ccivil norses ju.it -nil of work. KikIu
prio.l one-horse wusons. sultaide laundry or
other <icil\ery worn. I. Bluford .v Co.. Fif
! :? ??nth Sueei. bctvuon Clay ami Brown.
HORSE AND WAGON? Fur sale. Rood pound
\ horse. IlKlit (l?llv?ry waj;oii and harness.
' Will b"!l a" whole at bargain or separately.
A 11 v i ? r S-uih^ T'-) i Main
Pl'iS For sale. .00 Rerkbli.r-, Poland CSiin.i
and l>uro' pIk*. Also sfiojis and tin-.I
sows. Special true iji car lot*. Fair Mill
Stock Farm. Wechutwa K;*<r. Va
FOll sale, s heart of horses anil mules. ilump
wagons unU harness. 1 f?) Blair Street. or
j call Boulevard Iite-W. and -i acres of corn
cut and shocl.ed. Price very reasonable.
Foil bale, fifteen 2-yer.r-old liolslcln heifers;
(ivu 2-year-old lloistein heifers; one to
freshen lu two weeka. Ail bled lo pure-bred
bull. N. J. Cruh >12 J^asl Cary.
VIRGINIA S HLL.1AUL.E BAZAAR,
WOLF it liUUUKa.
YOU will tlud plenty hoisas and mules,
! second-hand waeona, bugles and harness
for ruie dally. Auction day*. Tuesday and
Saturday. Bring us your surplus stock. Wa
will bell them for vou, and you vnu cot
your money same day.
lMto-U Iib.M Franklin Slreot,
Ph-ioi- Madison 523?
I'OI LTRV AMI Sl'IMM.IKS. -IS
CHK'KENS FOR SAI.E?Some single comb
Rhode Inland Hods and Marred Rock
">ik?r<.-l? ?nd pullets .11.50 pml up. w. II.
Ilerndon. 111? North Seventeenth Street.
MERCHANDISE
HUS1XKSS NOTICES. CO
HARNESS?E. '1 Xuiiy. ROJ Brook Avenue.
f'Jl'raws and harness rcpalifd Mad. ti.MS.
JEWELERS?CocKe A* Co., &.13 \\>?t Broad
Street Railroad wat< h inspectors.
LOCKSMITH and bellhancer. J. W. Martin.
'.'0 N< rtli Third Itaii'Jolnli 1 ft." ?.
SHOKS si)Int?d. Six tickets, 25<-, Shoes re
paired I'nmf.'i-i Shoe f'o . 7ftS K Main
J. K CO! SKY. carpenter, lob work a spe
cialty. Phone Han 4S53-W.
iiusinuss lotiuir.Mio.vr.
OAS AKC 1.AMI'S
NATIONAL. GAS APPLIANCE CO
61? W. Nl?In. Han. H16-23SO.
SAFES THAT ARK SAFE.
BARNES SAKE AND VAULT CO.. Rich
mond Va.
BAFEi.
Lu X. COOKE SAFE AND BOCK CO
Richmond. Va.
CUT-RATE a W NINO PRICES.
CABB for estimates Southern Tent and
Awninrr Co.. 206 West Broad. Mad 7397.
ick. i'i kb am> ki:i:d. ^1
BUMP spltnt coal. $S.<0. Tyler & Ryan.
1001 West Cary. Madison 187&. Ran
dolph 3017.
! HOOI) TUBM.S TO EAT. S3
ICE CHe-AAl thai is i.eal by teat; try H.
A. Sanywur. Ala 1. _11 .'.0,
ICE CKEAAI that's beat to bltvii at all oc
casions. I'lia.-v San>->ur. ltan. 9!>32.
REMEMBER Wynne's Ice Cream for all oc
, casions. il&disou uS>10.
HOL-MjllO..L> I.UUUS. &7
I L'RESSEKS. 4C ami up at tlio Bailey Furni
mi-'- *'o. I 40t? i-:as; Main.
FUllMTUKt bouulil. sold and exvhanced.
lioytl II. Cobb. 2Qt? W. lir"ad. Mao. J i 2 V.
| PO B1SI I?CRAFT'S HO V A Ll'IA NO PO LIS If
WILL MAKE YOUR PIANO LOOK LIKtJ
NEW. HIV A BOTTLE lO-UAY 'A J.
I CRAFTS PIANO CO.. 219 NORTH SECOND
s . u r
RANGE? Wanted, to sell medium silt- coal
I'liUKC chwj.p tor c?u>h. Phone Hundulph
1221-.) or rail at 400 West Tliirnelh Street.
Woo.Hand lleltrhts:
TABLE?Colonial Mtyle. mahogany dinlnx
room table for sale. Phono B 2715.
MAOUl.MJHV A.M> -SU PPI.IKS. CS
ACETYLENE jjas machine Bedscrwood D.
C. 1). U.. hoiRtiUK engine. Water tanks,
shafll.iK. hanuers, planer.-,, lath mills. ed>;
trs. lauiidry machinery, lf-lnch terracotta
pipe, boLers hud engines. Guaranteed cou
| dltlon. I lliuford Co.
MOTORS ?For sale, at'voral motors In cood
j comlition. Virginia Stationery Co.. Bie.
RICHMOND JUNK AND PIPE CO..
; 605 Brook Aie. Ran. 1013, buy ami sell uIdo.
i machinery, scrap iron, metals, rubber
. Vlants boukhi
MaSCKBBAftKOUS?roll S.\LB.JW
i BOOKS?Now and old- books bought, sold
i H"'1 ''\i-lian>;e?l. 210 North Fifth Street.
1 FURNITURE- New and second-hand for
li-xs than half price. 6I_2 Kant Marshall.
I ORAFANOBA?For sale. $137.60 Columbia
Bralanola with 75 records, chean for
? caah. Se>j or write. Second Floor. 1302 Me
I B ?riotlgll St reel.
i Oil, STOVES ?Tho Florence Wlckless Oil
I Stove sold only by It. E. Burks Co.,
! 313 \V?at broad Street.
; i'AMi 'S Hr-.1t infornie.l oi.ui.. man. Lowest
! prices on earth tor pianos. Pays less rent,
j no automobile, no dude clerks, no expensive
I family to support. Customer:; K"t absolute
| benelits in bottom prices. Manly il Hanios.
j 0'i North Seventh Street. n-:u- Frnnklm. _
TEN I'S. old and now. all sizes, for uale or
tent, cainplnc parties or other purposes.
I Also Scout equipment. Incluillnn O. I), suits.
I khaki suits, liuversaekf. leKKinKa. puttees.
etc. L. Rose A: Co., Sternhelmer Bros., pro
I prietors. Randolph 1322. 42U Brook Ave?
| "tie. t:itv.
I TUITION at our night school at reduced
rates if boUKltt before September 16. Get
particulars new. Massey l.ualness Colloxe.
\V.\i;< i.\S < ?111 lLfl.ory lam 1 uaKons. one
ana two-horse, old price. Thos. H. Duke
I & Co.. ?>0I Itrooj. Ave.
i WAGONS?Just received par of llackney
wukous. If you aro In the market for a
[ wi.Ron. we ritn (111 your order. Brlstow'a.
1 11-15 North Eighteenth. *
I WANTED. OLD FEATHER BEDS AND
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE. PHONE
1 BfHILWVA HP <iaO.
KHALSE AUTO WRECKING AND METAE
CO.. buyers of old automobiles, metals and
I machinery. Twcnlloth and Main Sireeta.
j MILSUAI. l\>'IUt .IIK.NTS. tin
! LET us snow vou our liflfl of pianos. ColcT
niitl I'iano Corp.. 205 East Broad Street.
SKKI>S. ['I.A.VI'S. FKHI'IBIZHUM. (11
jTUo inner putuluei and vines. 16e, Kin#
Chain Stores 1217 Bam Main Street.
WKAUIXO A PI'A It KB.
D. TERLIN, Ladies' Tailor,
608 East Grace StreeU
I am now showing the latest styles
and materials for the fall and
winter season. Reduced prices of
fered on orders placed now.'
II. L.KW13 ladles' tailor, now located at
ion East Grace Str??t.
J. KAl'i^ Richmond'* moit faahlondbli
ladles' tall"r. 218 North Second Btruat.
^ I
' .? vV ?. ? . /.
W'amkh?mih( \i:ors. at
cI.othino?Huiie.it fri.-. n ii ii.i i r
hnnd eloihin. Phono Madison 332>*.
UlAMONU?I' vim IihVf* u diamond u huv.
?ell. exchanai' or remount, or old sold to
! sell or exchange brlnir It to J T. Allen 4
Co. Jfwiilnii. Fnurli'Hnih :iml A1 ^in s_i
T"i-..\ ? Ili.U.S Spot ta^h for Imllitri and
antique furniture. Uoanl .Vad <007
1 Fl RNITUKK? Cash for your d-huiid
[ furntlurc: miy quantity Mart 2311.
? FUltNITUltB. croL'kcry and auv U1 n<t ot old
>|. . 11M'- :>? .'.it KO"ds_ In or.; h' . 1 (. 1 1111111;.) 1 '.r.;.!!,
HJKNITHKB?\Vant?a. ?oo<i us?.| furni
ture. Hl?y quantity ileal uric* puld.
I'linii*' M'ullaon I 900.
FC It N ITUltB?Wauteil. to t>uv new and
second band (urmture for cash itundoli'i
67.'.2
FUltN ITUltB?Wa take old furniture in nx
('banco lor new timet" Furniture Co..
1420 Hull
Jt;NK--We buv ail old lunK. pay beat
prices Richmond lr?>n and Metal Co. 11
26 Nli Ii>Im>o Kan
i J'lAN'JS. furniture household goods bought.
s> <1 d. exchanged. <* 'idtrsun. Ilroad at
Ktrwi M.'iliwin 1037.
: prpll.S l?r .lisht school starling September
lii Reduced rate* ihnrojuli courses uic
op port ut 1 tlea tor urailuatm Masjoy Ltusl
. I eys < 'oil. ge.
j H lilll EST rauh prices paid for old fal*n
i teeth. diamonds. silver. platinum an I
?told. K. C. Meyer Jewelry Co.. 21 West
; broad Street.
i PKBItl.ESS CLEANER
! STANDS 111 a claws alone. Makes old furni
ture new. t*?e It on your Uoor mop.
: Vaiielian'a. Madison 1*H.
M{||| hides, nhiirii aktna. tallow and other
produco to u;i and get full market tunes
'and save expense* < >1.| Virginia Hide and
; W1 n 11 <?>' . 1316 Kast Oiry Street.
j . VELVET FLOOR STAIN
NBVBH falls to please. It Is sold only at
V:iu|!linn's.
ROOMS AND HOARD
UOOM8 FOR KENT?Kl It.MMiEO. TO
; CA It V ST.. 4ul B.?To fe'eiitieiiien. le-vera!
attractive, well-kept rooms convenient. to
; Imth and phone.
, I'ltANKIilN ST.. 3?U B.? Handsomely fur
nished r.'UUM with private bath. ?0l) East
j I'.-ankII11 Street.
j GRACE. W. 4V1?Attractive furnished room
1 with bath for rent in private family.
! Hoard In neighborhood. Can bo aecu from
i 6 t?? * evenings.
I CHAFE. 113 AV.--O110 hallroom and one
I large room furnished for rent. Address
I., i I ?! West Or?c? Street. or rail Madison
I ]
iluNVH'KIXO HOTEL. Ill North Eighth,
abholutvly Itrsl-ciass. i'.uuni.i, 60c. 7ic. ii
daily: $:i i" >7 weekly
if IIH * iIT. newly furnished room, hot-water
heat, electric lights. next to bath (geiulo
iii'ti only). Mad. TSl:.~?.
IUIUM8 and kitchenette. 11 1-2 North Sixth
Street.
Si'i i E of rooms with private bath; 111 so
gara:;< ; Went End. i'hoiio Randolph
S7'?; - w.
1014 \V. (JRACK ST.?Furnished rooinj ft>r
rent, convenient to <ar? and litney: r.team
heat and clectrlc lights. Madison iibO-W.
101 I West Orace.
ROOMS WITH llOAIll),
MtANKLiN St.. \V. 2 u?Flrat-clavs accom
inuditlious; rooms witn or without board*
?? v? nuiK dinners: Individual t able a.
tlllAi'K. W. li>?Attraotivu trotit 1 Coin: also
hail room: table board: Individual tables.
GltACl*, \V? 110?Good board, modern con
\ eiilenef,..; tr;i.iisU't. ts.
GRACE ST., VIC \V.? I.arte, eonitortabln
ro<..nis with board; also hallruoui. Miss
Gordon
GKOVK AVE.? Itootu and board with pri
vate halh. private family. Itan. .'.414-W.
HANoVKU A\'li., 1405?I'.ooni an'l board
!or Kcntlctnan. Heat and hot water, el-c
trn-'tv. ete. 1405 Hanover Ave Han. ii()07.
MI M iVVBI.U VA. ? Hoarders h anted" until
December 20. Near Charlotieavillo. Mouse
heated bathroom. Mia* Sallle W. Smith
Slia.lwell. Allieinnrln County. Va.
THE WEUSTKir ~
CI.AT. G. 101 1-1016?Houms and bnard t-b
so.utelv first-class; central; hot-water
?43S orl<;l;,, verv reasonable. Madis./tj
WANitlJ. beard and room. K'entloman with
two boys elKht an<l ten years of ace
K 43. care Times-Dixpatch.
whkhi: to eat,
FRANK WIN ST., K. .Wj-id 1?Bieakf.-ust. 1:30
to 3; 'unch, 1 to 2:1;: dinner, C to 7:15. Well
rtepared meals. Rood service. Mrs. Omo
hund ro.
WAM IJII ItUIHI.I t.H iit> A It D. 7.1
CKNTItAtj OH WEST?Wanted, by 3 busi
ness women, room and board., Steitm heat.
| Address, rife 1110 Ko^t C.'ary Street
; WANTUl). board and rooin by October 1 by
mail, wife and three childrcu. J 39. caro
T'.ir.? s- I>l?r ateh.
i WA.NTKI). rouiii and hoard by couple with
two children, aces six months and ihroe
years: private family preferred. Apply C.
i If. Crockett. Memorial Hospital.
HEAL ESTATE FOR RENT
A I'AUi'M r..\TS AM) I'M. ATS. 70
SHENANI>OAH ? Attractive apartment, fur
nU-hed or unfurnished. h*at. IlKht i.n.l
service. Possession immediate. Apartment ?'
Shena ndoah.
AI'AUT.Mi:.\T.S li'Ult.MSIll'iU, 77
MAIlSliAI.I.. lb E - liDUbrhcei.iiii! lurnisQe<t
nat . rooms icas ramce. run nine water.
Al'A HT.il li.N'Y?Wanted. 3 rooms and bath
housekeeping Suburbs or near; ItirnUbed'
Address K bl)7, caro 'I'lrr.es-Dlsr.atch.
HOUSES FOlt It EXT.
KKANKI.IN ST., 30 7 K.?Eleven rooms and
bath .1 A. Connolly & Co.. Mad. Sftil.
OFFICIOS A,\U L)t:>lv HOu.11, s
CiFFlCBH fur rent. A. At. iio\.r, 22 North
Ninth Street.
OFFICES?
DESIRABLE offices for rent in
modern fireproof office build
ing. All conveniences. Call
or address iloom '606, Times
Dispatch Building,
\v '..% ri::)?to hi:nt. s>7
j IIOI SB?Wanted, to rent f"r f'.ur winter
j months. lieginnliiK Dffcember. siuall iur
? nl.xheti houi'e < mexnonsi ve) for family of
' three; stable on premises- preferred Ad
! dress Mrs. Kttcllo Houston. Sweet Sprints.
I W. Va.
1 Itoti.MS - Four youiiK ladies want two con
necting rotim.s with board. Would aiso
' like privati' bath. lilanton. Kail. 4771.
ROOMS?Wanted, two or ihrm furnished
roi.tns convenient for lifjiit hausekeepint;.
State prlco and location. J 11, caro Tiines
Ulspulcli.
ItEAli ESTATE l-'OIt ItEXT. 1?7-A
MAIN ST.. B. 1412. HE A It?Building for
shop or MlnraKe in rear of 1412 Bust Main
Street. M.li'is in I tC7.
SI'EI'IAI. atteiitiou paid to collection of
rents and .supervision of rental property.
Promo' returns made. Harrison & Hates. 7
North Eleventh St. Mad. U:> 1 f>.
WE i an promptly secure you a Rood tenant
for vour houses. Clicwtilnt? & Hoxlev.
J. THOMPSON HKOWN A- CO.'S new rent
list a.id loan money awuitlnz you. l'hono
Madison 101.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
ihh.m;.i I'hii sal.to. so
B\<\yTio"rto-!"?'y " mV; , '-'V-"" Aluh,em??> &
LOTS FOlt S A I.E.
FOR SALE
j THIRTY feet of ground on
Monument Avenue, in the
12500 block, with handsome
'and refined ten-room dwell
ing, witH three baths.
Vaughan-Whitehurst Co.,
Inc. i
St' llCltllA .\ FOlt HA I.E. I);t
PAHTON IIKH11ITS homo for salo. C. j
Anderson <? Co.. M15 Bant Franklin
SAI.E on HE.NT. IH
VOK farm and city property, sen C. U &
II. I,. Ponoon. 807 Bust Alain Street.
LIST your prop.Trty tor sale or rent wits
William M. Miller & Co., 133 North Eight!)
Street.
SAi.ES. LOANS KSKTb?Blum th Fuuatea
ill:. I-.RM iiiiin Strcftt
WB rent nod ?cll hluli-ifradK city' it nil c?un
iry propartv. E. T. Hrunch. J32 Buat
M.nl11 Strfet
HICHfMONP TRPST A SAVINOS CO.. Kcifl
Bstato Dept.. Seventh ami Main.
I, V.N'MS A M> FAU.US I-OH S A EE. ~7/*t !
WE boI. faria.i w. S. Robinson & c7>? real
OHtatn and loana. 715 East b'raiiklln. ^
700-ACRK PAItM H7 mileit went" of illclT
mond. HIkIi state of cultivation: i nilien
front lilith ui'lt'iol, 4 tulle* front railroad
illation and villai<?. About :i.S0 t\cren In
cultivation. b*Unco 1" timber. Soil la
adapted to wheat, corn. tob*>'u and ?ra??.
Halllntr land wn>er<?<l bv ?av?ral v?ar-romuJ i
Atrcuiii". mntdiis it suliable lor Ciittlv rail- '
Inn. heven-rooni div-jlllnn:. larxa nhatlv
yard. all nacesaary outbuilding*. I'rlcn.
J17.R00; ono-bftlf c*ab. bulanca lvnis term.
Wjcurad by moru^KO. Addreaa J cart
r.Axns am) rums koii nai.k. 01
Help in Winning the War
by Buying This Tract.
TIMltKU Tit ACT? I'or sale. 1 acres of
limber trait located In Mlulin County.
N. <V. .!'? miles above the <ity of Wilmington,
ynly few ijiU-h of railroad and Cat"'
It Ivor: oii > 11!? property there la CU.tlOO.OyO
f> et of three varieties of timber. cum. cy
press and pine. trutn prcdominatlui;: this
KUiii If) lilcli-Kiaile hardwood: makes hard,
rmooth pollwh : line fur furniture. ami la used
f. r slilpbull.lini: Hlnl I111U.10 Ixilt?!ilit; and
olli"r us>*. an I coniiniiniU hiirh price: lliesu
timbers can be cut and marketed at mt
orotlt ?>f over S-l per l.ooo feet or {460.000
above sll op-Tatlnc iXui'iifH; then., after
the timber* arc removed, lite lower places
ran he drained out. must of it belni: dry
land; stumps can bo dynamited out and
rulil'inli all cleared anil lands put into corn
culture and make f><? bushels to a.-re. and
lands bo then worth an many dollars
per acre. or JjyO.eO11. or twlco what the
lands. llmlirrK ami all. $25 in r aire; rail
road ?. miles t<. connect no tract with muin
lino and river can bo built cheaply and will
snake ranbl devclopment r.f timber* and also
? airy away products when lands nut In
order for cultivation; enormous* protlts In
buvinir ami fully developing Mils property
bo;h In limbers and lands: the cost of fee
titles Is only J'.'.S tier inr?: the railroad
wouldn't be but a few thousand, and aflcr
timbers removed tract can le drained ami
cleared sind put in order lor oxp..|iK,. of only
! f' w thousand; only real buyers need answer
| this. who will act at once and k<> oi? this
I tract prepared to buy and fully develop It:
! every piece i f dry cum. cypress and pine
! will sell at unco for lilirh price. Address,
lor connection. J. C. landlcy. Mount Airy.
x. c
WAM'HII?ItK AI. KMT ATM.; IMj
K A It MM WANTKL).
, IF yon have a farm for sale, write us for
necessary llstitiK blanks We 1;et results.
< Morton <i. Thalbiiucr. Farm Dept.. Itich
! iiionil. V?.
1 H< ?I*E\V li L.1. Va -1.1st l our nropertv #|th
Bryant Realty and Insurance Co.. Inc.
; I.KT us secure a tenant for your vacant
property. cjrtit.jilield &
1 1,1ST your property for rent or for salo
with Outrun and llumc.
! LIST voiir U cat Knd loin for sale with W. K.
| Purccll. Jr. Co.. Inc.. lul 4 Bant Main
! 1.1ST \ . ? 11 :? I.mm m! i ay properly with us
j Oarrctt S.- Co . 1112 Cast Main.
I List tour tartns ami rental pioperty wltb
j liee Pros 12.'. Hull S'.ret.t Madlxin SJQ).
I WANT for a cash customer. 8-rootn brick
lioie" We?t Kii'l. White .<? Co.
fwK fell real estate at auction everywhere.
I Atlantic Coa.vt Itealtv Co.. Petersburg.
! \\ i : h.T. >? .1 e:i;.|l illStOlm-l' I or some West
Knd property paying around 10 per cent.
. What have you in offer'.' Hex O. Jones Co.,
! Inc.. 10 North Ulirhth Street
It i;.V I. 1: ST ATI-: I'Oll SA1.K. II7
^Oli home PsrKains. see Moorefteld & LJlaWa.
liir_.. !M_N nn Ktirhth Si reel
, I.OT In West Knd. ti.000. Small rash pav
ment* no interest. Box lo'J. Kichtnotid.
Va
$2,001 for a nice homo on West Clay Street.
I.ons lime. Walter Schnaf. Kourn 200.
Central National Hank lluildnic
AU(.llOi\?LU.iL.
MKKTlMiS. lOt
THE annual tneolinn of the stockholders of
the Southern Manufacturing Company will
be held a 1 the olli ?es of the company. Ninth
and I t rrv Streets, ltirhinond. Va.. TUKS
. DAY September 17. 131.N. at i P. U.
liy order of the president.
; W I- W1?1HT. Secrets.rr.
At. t 'l lO.N SA I.ICS. Btt
LIY e. I.. Ai II. L !JLONDON. INC.,
Ileal Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OP
One-Story Frame Building on
State Street
I BETWEEN UNION AND TOMPKINS
STUKETS.
13y virtue of a certain deed of trust
dated July 29, 130", and of record in
llio clerk's otlice of the Henrico County
Court in deed hook page 361. de
limit having been made in the payment
1" the note therein secured, I will sell
.iv auction on the premises 011
WKDNESD'AY, SEI'TEMIIKR IS, 191S,
at 5 o'clock 1*. M.(
tlie one story frame house on the north
line of State Street, between Union and
Tompkins Streets, fronting "0 feet on
the north line of Slate Struct and ex
tending back 1111 feet to an alley.
TKUMS: Cash as to the expense of
executing this trust and to pay the
sum of >112. Balance at one and two
.. cars, or all cash at the option of the
purchaser.
C- L. DENOON,
Trustee.
l:y i*oIjLa ui) ^ hag by, INC.;
Heal Estate Auctioneers.
COURT SALE BY AUCTION OF
KKAME DWELLING KNOWN AS
No. 612 West Fell Street
In execution or a decree of the Clian
. cry Court of the City of Richmond.
Va.. entered on August .S, ltilS, in the
suit of Mary E. Thompson vs. Nannie
B. Thompson and others, the under
signed. special commissioners, having
neon appointed for the purpose, will
aeil by auction on the promises on
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER IT. 1913,
at 5 o'clock P. M.t
the above mentioned dwelling contain
ing about live rooms, with lot thereto
belonging, having a frontage of twen
ty-live 12a) feel on Fell Street by a
depth of eighty-live (85) feet.
TERMS: I'ne-lhifd cash, the residue
in four equal payments at three, six.
nine and twelve months after date of
sale, with interest added from date
oT sale; deferred payments to be evi
denced by negotiable notes, the title to
bo retained until all of the purchase
money Is paid, and the conveyance or
dered by tlm court; or all cash, at the
option of the purchaser.
J. THOMPSON HEW IN.
JAMES C. PAGE,
Special Commissioners.
Tho bond required by the special
commissioners in the above cause has
been duly given.
CI1AS. O. SAVILLE.
P.Y SUTTON & CO., INC..
Real Estate Auctioneers.
Auction Sale of
Brick Manufacturing
Plant
IN HENRICO COUNTY, VA.
Pursuant to the terms of a decree en
tered August 1918. In the Circuit
Court of Henrico County, in the causes
heard together uiuler tho short style of
A. <i. Wattner vs. .1 11. ilouck et als.,
and Sydnor I'limp and Well Co.. Inc..
vs. J. II. Ilouck et als., the undersigned
special 'commissioners will offer for
sale nl auction, at the front door of
the cvMirUiouso of Henrico County,
Twenty-second and Main Streets, Rich
mond, Va . on
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1918,
at 12 o'clock M.,
the above-described property.
The property consists of it tract of
9 and IC-iOtt acres of land in the Coun
ty of Henrico, Va.. about 1 1-2 miles in
a northeasterly direction from the cor
porate limits of the city of Richmond.
It is bounded on one side by the Adams
Bond, and is convenient to the right of
way of the Richmond and Rappahan
nock IJivor Railway Company, and is
a short distance south of the Oreighton
Road. Further information concerning
the property may be obtained by refer
ence to Deed Book 198-it, page 218, in
tho cterk's ollice of tho Circuit Court
of Henrico, or by applying to the iiip
dcr.-iigncd speclitl commissioners.
The improvements consist of a mod
ern tirick manufacturing plant, with
necessary appliances. The property is
located within walking distance of
Cedar Forks, on tho Seven Pines Elec- j
trie. nine.
TERMS: One-third of the purchase
money in cash and the residue in two
equal installments at one and two years j
from dale of sale, evidenced by lite i
purchaser's notes carrying t5 per cent 1
interest from date, and the title to the
property retained until tho whole of
tho purchase money Is paid and a deed ;
ordered by tho court; or all cash, at J
the option of the purchaser.
The sale Is subject to tho conflrma- 1
tlon of the court.
MURRAY M. McOUiRE,
JOHN HOWARD,
FRANK T. SUTTON. JR.
ROBERT N. POLLARD.
Special Commissioners.
The bond required of the special com
jtiissio/H'i'H in Jhe above docre.c has lleen
duly given.
S P. ?WADDH.L. Clerk.
By T. C. Fletcher, D. C. ?
AI7CTIOM SAKKS. W|
"BY J. THOMPSON UUOWN'V CO.,
1113 Main Street.
TRUSTER'S SALE
OF
: XICR DETACHRD TWO-STORT
BRICK AND FRAMR DWmiNQ
I ? No. 1016 NORTH FIFTH STREET.
J Bv virtue of n deed of trust from F.
i L. Chalmers and wife, dated September
l. 11)16. and recorded In Richmond
i Chancery Court, I>. B. 240-C. page 188,
Vo the undersigned trustee to secure
certain notes therein described, default
I eing made and being required so to do,
( will sell at public aucti^xi. on the
premises. ? .
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 17.
at C P. M..
Lot of land, with all Improvements
thoreon. on west side of Fifth Street,
? commencing 2i>0 feet 8 Inches from a
certain branch laid down on plot made
l>y J. J. Pleasants, thence running In a
northerly direction along the went line
? of Fifth Street and fronting thereon 38
feet, and running hack between paral
lel lines 122 feet towards Fourth Street.
The dwelling contains six rooms, bath,
hot and cold water and other improve
ments, and is a comfortable homo or
good paying investment.
TERMS. Cash.
LE ROT E. BROWN.
Trustee.
J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO.,
Auctioneers:
While the'lSeed prescribed the above
terms, easy terms can be arranged, and
\vill be announced at sale.
Li Y CRUTCH FIELD & CO.,
AND
H. A. McCURDT,
Auctioneers.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF NORTH
SEVENTEENTH STREET PROPER
TY. NEAR BROAD STRRET. DE
TACHED TWO - STORY BRICK
STORE AND DWELLING. NO. 239.
IN THE CHANCERY
OF RICHMOND.
Picchl, Guardian, etc.,
vs.
Picchi et als.
COURT, CITt}
I Pursuant to a decree in the abov*
mentioned cause entered on the ISth
day of July. 191S, the undersigned ap
pointed hpocial commissioner thereby,
will oCCcr tor sale at public auction on
the premises, subject to confirmation
of court, on
TUESDAY, 17TH OF SEPTEM
BER, 1918,
at a P. M.,
the real estate mentioned In said de
cree. consisting of a detached, well
built two-story brick, store with dwell
ing above with separate entrance to
same. The lot has a frontage of 28
feet on tiie eastern line of Seventeenth
Street, commencing at a point 23 feet
from the corner of Broad Street, run
ning southwardly towards Grace
Street, and runs back between parallel
lines 100 feet.
Tlio proximity of the Old Market and
the various depots in this section, as
well as the large business, both whole
sale and retail, uhould render this
realty especially desirable for those
seeking good investments or for per
sonal business uses.
TERMS: ? One-third cash, residua
payable in equal Installments at six,
twelve and elKhteen months. The, de
; for rod payments to be evidenced by
j negotiable notes, bearing legal Interest,
[and the title to bo rotalned until same.
.ire fully paid, or, .at the option of
, the purchaser, all cash.
ALFRED K. COHEN,
Special Commissioner.
| I hereby certify that the bond re
I quired by the above decree of the spe
cial commissioner has been duly given.
Given under tny hand this 10th day oS'
September, 1918.
CHAS. O. BAVTLLE, Clerk.
PUBLIC AUCTION.
Owing to my foreman and the ma
jority of my best men being In the
draft. I have decidod to offer for sale,
at public auction, on
r'li;SDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1918,
Sale UeK.V'nJing at 1 o'elock P. M.
nt my stable," IS?3 . ..Brook Avenue,
Richmond, Va., opposlttT .the Ashland
car barn.
One outfit of 20 head of as njifw*
as can be found, weighing frJW 1,000
to 1,400 pounds each. Also ti dump
wagons, t! wheel scraper, 4 pole
wagons, 2-horse carts, etc.
Any one wishing to purchase good
mules for any purpose, It will be to
? their interest to attend this sale.
C. S. LUCK, Contractor,
1212 Brook Avenue,
Richmond, Ya.
BY .1. A. CONNELLY & CO.,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' AUCTION SALE
OF
No. 3504 East
Broad Street
RICHMOND. VA.
In execution of a deed of trust, dated
October 11. I'.HO, and recorded in the
oilice of the Court of Chancery, in tho
| city of Richmond, Va., in Deed Boole
j Ui?t?-B. page 84. default having been
1 made in Hie payment of the debt there
. in secured, and being requested so to
' do, we will sell, by public auction, on
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1918.
on the premises, at 6 o'clock P. M., tho
above-mentioned property, more fully
described as follows:
Commencing at a point on the north
ine of l'.road Street 353 feet east of
Thirty-fourth Street, thence running in
\ a northerly direction nt right angles
I witli Broad Street 120 feet to an alley
in commoii 15 feet wide, thence eust
i wardly along the line of said alley 10
. tfot, thence in a southerly direction 121
feet, more or less, to Broad Street,
thence westwardly nloni? the north linn
i of Broad Street twentyrscven (27) feet.
more or less, to the point of beginning,
i TERMS: Cash sufUcient to pay liio
'cost of executing this trust, any taxes
that may be due and unpaid; a ratable
proportion of the taxes for the year
I'M 8. any Insurance premiums that may
be due, and to pay a note for $3,000
and interest thereon from July 14, 1918,
and the residue in equal installments
at one and two years, with interest
payable quarterly, and secured by deed
of trust on the property, or for all cash,
I at tho oplion of the purchaser.
B. C. WHERRY.
M. A. CAMPBELL.
Trustees.
BY EL AM & FUNSTEN.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
The Highly Valuable
Main Street Store
No. 735 E. Main St.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
By direction of Mr. John M. Noltlng,
who will discontinue business, we shall
offer for sale by auction, on the prem
ises. on
WEDNESDAY NEXT. SEPTEMBER 1?,
at 12 o'clock M.,
his well-known, attractively located
and very valuable store. No. 735, on
south side Main. Just west of Eighth
Street: a spacious, and substantial
three-story structure, having good
light and ventilation, and easily adapt
able to any retail business, the lot
fronting about 20 7 1-2-12 feet by *
depth of-ahout. 77 4-12 feet.
Situate within the business corner,
convenient to everything, this property,
highly valuable now, must greatly en
hance In value with the resumption of
normal conditions. The owper la re
solved to sell even at a sacrifice, and
the opportunity afforded for safe and
profitable Investment is such- M I*
rarely offered.
TERMS, Very liberal, as wlW b* an*,
nounoed at sale. - V.
JC1.AM * FUN8TPN,
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