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THE NEWS SCIMITAR.
PAGE NINETEH: xr.:rT. WHO SAYS WANT ADS DON'T TALK? S6e cScimttar ClassilKedl Pag . Classified Page p s Tou ain-yi gel an nrww 1ack fieri our. Tod-y la the day get the want dn. Tomorrow U th 11m you ret your anxwti. ' i!ir.3 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1 !, FINANCIER WOULD WAKE CHURCH TO ITS DUTY ril',-kl.'n ' thi" thf " "jrecttd the organixation (or the five IT'frnm'"t war loan., has ig lialized his enlistment in the nation fc. i-.cimpai,n of the Episcopal church t for 100.000 volunteers dHf !8t in PuttlnS through the great ri. mn urch-gocr to their world war newer 'oowin the l.-kJl.r' 1 on of the large group of ?7 .u nt kymen ho have entered in.J . Btl-wd campaign In tho interests of a practical, sfficUnt reli . 9 ta strong advocate of the fLi eePrate, the business of the uSiS m, ,ts' 8Pfrital "We, thus IS .clergy free to devote them f?'v t the higher duties to which I y A crying need of the ?hure. in Mr. Franklin's estimation, is up-to-date business management. -ii ,'rrct0.r. the war loan organl jatlon, Franklin a year ago was super intending the operations of a compact hody of two million men and women." 7n hl,L new tMsk wiH attempt, through volunteer effort, to enlist - group of workers who. on a given dav, w go Into the eighty-seven diocescn or the Episcopal church in the United nates and seek, by personal contact J,,hJvr-v Pron whos name Is en rolled on the membership rolls of the hurch, U reawaken tneir Interest In cJiurch work and the responsibilities of Christian citizenship. Franklin Is a natlv of Flushing. N. ., where he was educated. ' Beginning ills career in the banking house of hpencer, Trask & Co., by successive stages he bemme manager of the bond department of the Guaranty Trunt com. Pany, vice-president of ,th'e same con cern, and then governor, vlce-preldent and president of the Investment Bank era association. He resigned th lat ter position when the United States en tered the war to become director of war loan organisation at Washington, which post he resigned June IE. 1819, after the Victory loan had been success, full floated. Eranklln is still In hi early forties. CABLES TO BE PUT ON PREWARBASIS SOON LONDON, Sept. .4. Every possible effort Is being made to restore to Its prewar basis, the cabl system Of th 1 world, It is announced. The five Anglo-German cables which were cut by the British fleet In the early days of war are beta reDalrcd. and so are th four cables connecting cziKtano. wun tteigium. Cable communication with Iceland which was Interrupted by th war, has just been restored. Messages now are being dispatched to Australia In as many houre as it required days In war time. Communication with European con tinent Is steadily improving. , ' ANNOUNCEMENTS. CARDS OP THANK. t wish to take this means "of fx pressing my thanks and very great ap preciation for the flowers and many Kind a.ts and expressions of sympathy to me and my family on the occasion of my deep bereavement In the sud. den loss of my husband. O. R. Webster. MRS. O. R. WEBSTER. DtATHS BAIIM6ARTKN- -At St. Loiiln. Mo.. Tuesday evening, Sept. 23, 1019, at :.0 o'clock, Kmma Baumgarten; sister of Mai Baumgarten, and Airs. Ben Over weln of this city, (lus, Sam and Miss Helens Baumgarten of St. Louis, Mo. Remaips will be brought to this city for Interment. Kuneral will take place from the parlors of McDowell Monte vcrde Friday morning at 10:30 o'clock. rlends Invited. BIRTHS. John W, and Maxte iforlarty, 635 Robinson place, Sept. 19; girl. Albert A. and Mary Curotto Barrasso, 2Ti North Second, Sept. 19; girl. V. P. and Ruby Daniel, Baptist hospi tal. Sept, 16; girl. Robert C, and Mami flowers Scott, 336 Jones, Sept. 8; boy. Rupert and Hasel McPanlel Blood worth, Hept. 19: boy. Dwlght L. and Grace Cat heart Jer nlgan. 690 Blythe, Bept. 2J; boy. ' Horace and Mamie Mason, 204 West Jackson Mound, Hept, 19; girl. Walter and Irene Handera Mills, Sept 14; boy. 7 D. C. and Martha Bernard, 1301 South Wain, Sept. 17; boy. Arthur and Mamie Robinson Dwdy. 1374 Cummitigs, Sept. 18; girl. Sam and Gertrude Isom, Sept. 16; girl. Willie and Adeline Simmons Mason, 945 Porter, Setotj IS; girl. Charlie and Ida Buydi Gordon, tit Louisa, Sept. 18; boy. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Ethel Molntyre to Oasy Bufurd, Mln nl Bolton to D. Fead, Gertrude Phillips to S. M. Johnson. Minnie Louise Wilson to Walter W. Lowe, Mary Jones to W. A. Davis. DEATHS. ' """John Pfiggio, 4Y, 654 Jackson, Sept. 22: nephritis. David H. Little, 71, St. Joseph'! hos pital, Sept. 23; senility. Mr. Harriet Culp, 43, 8t. Joseph's hospital, Sept. tl; peritonitis. Burton Canady, 7 months, General hospital, Sept. 0; malnutrition. John P. Burke, Si, Presbyterian hos pltal, Sept. 21; septicaemia. W. W.' Browning. 63 Baptist hospital. Sept. 31; malarial fever. Will Bates, 63, General hospital, Bept, 21; Intracranial Injury, Charles Dunlap, 60, Home for A(d and Infirm, Hept, U2; pellagra. Baby Ball, 4 months, rear 383 South, Priver, Sept. 12, -George James, 46,' Mrcy hospital, Sept. 30; Blood poison. RAILROAD SCHEDULES. r K Ofwrluft SMtwMf Til Th. teHowitii tekidiil ttnim vuklluM u ls knuitlii nixl intt suanntMit; ICastnl usitni Tim I SnM n.ptrai Stittmi. 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This is believed to foreshadow a, change in the Rumanian policy respecting the Hungarian occupation, and the Austrian treat y I now expected to be, signed by the Rumanian delegation. REPORT TOMSK TAKEN. IWDON, Sept. 24. A .Bolshevik wireless message received today from Moscow says that red troops command ed by Gen. Lubkoff are reported to have occupied Tomsk, 600 miles east of Omsk, th all-Russian seat of govern meat on the Trans-Siberian railway lino. DAILY TEMPERATURES. United States Weather. Rain Abilene Atlanta Birmingham ... Cairo Chattanoga .... Cincinnati Corpus Chrlsti Kl Paso , Fort Smith .... Galveston Hatteras Knoxvllle Little Rock .... LouiHvlllo MKMPHIR" Montgomery ... Nashville , New Orleans .. Oklahoma Parkersuurg ... Pensacola Pittsburgh , . , , Kalelgh , Kn Antonio .. , fihreveport , . . . Vlckuburg Washington ... .02 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 1.44 .00 .00 .70 .00 . .00 .00 .00 , .06 .011 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 ,11 i .on .06 ,81 i : LEGAL NOTICES, SALE OF'REAL ESTATE BY , U. S, MARSHAL. Publlo notice Is hereby given that by virtu of a writ of flsrl.faclas to me directed from tho United States district court of the western district of Tennes see, western division, In case of United States vs. Mrs. Mary Pemarchi and Victor Demarchl, district court No, 17S, I will on ' MONT) AT, OCT. 13, 1919, at 12 o'clock, nuort, at the south, west corner of the Shelby county courthouse In the city of Mem phis, state of Tennessee, offer for sal to the highest bidder for cash the fol. lowing deacrlbed real estate, to-wlt; On lot at tho northwest corner of Mississippi boulevard and Jeanette street, running 63 feet north along th west line of Mississippi boulevard, thence "west 69 feet, thence south 49 feet to Jeanette street, thence east along the north line of Jeanette street to the point of beginning and on which stands a two-story frame storehouse with a one-Htory side storeroom at tached and known as numbers 1041 and 1043 Mississippi boulevard, levied on by me a th property of Mrs. Mary De- march!, on the lourth day of September, ivi, to satisiy in aioresaia neri-racta. This the 10th day of September, mt, S. H. TREZEVANT, U. 8. Marshal Western Pint, Tenn. UWION RAILWAY COMPANY. Annual Meetings of Stockholder and v, . Oiraotor, Notice Is herebv riven that th rer- ular annual meeting of stockholders of the Union Railway company will be held at the offlc of th company, room 210, Union station building, Memphis, Tenn., on Monday, th sixth day of October. 1916, at 4 o'clock p. in., for the purpose of electing directors for th ensuing loRi- and for the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting. . . The annual meeting of the board of directors of the company will be held at the same office on the same day immediately after adjournment of the stockholders' meeting. j. u. ukkw,' wesment, B. H, LYCOTT, Secretary, i mien Bept. is, ism. IlKlNti- vour sewtii 'troublss to" sir. V. Maness, 661 8. Speedway. Suburban BPum ageinpniB oar. Llndtn Ave. Phone MT 1746-J. LOST AND FdUND. BfoLlfNCBlack and tan hound dog; front lga white; part of right ear torn off. Stolen at Arlington Tuesday. Re. ward of (21 for return to John llayts, Arlington, Tenn. " LOST 'emafe ' Boston bull dog; brlndle, with white neck and face; an. swers to "Micky." For reward call WaL iUt-X J, or 894McLemoieAve. rLOST A bunch of keys at fairgrounds Monday night. Phone M. 6126. EMPLOYMENT. HELP WANTtD MALE. llOflTSiONTH Railway mall clerks; hundreds wanted; list positions free. Franklin Institute, Pept. 448-S, Roches ter, N. T. WANTED Thishelman. AddIv the TCkr- fers Co., 119 Main St. , WANTED. Stable boss. Apply with references, tin Washington. WANTED Circular sawyer to saw and manage mill. Will pay good wages. Apply Gus Neely, Banks, Miss. GOOD husky boy to wire and paint fly screens. Good pay; long job. Hem. 711after6:30 o'clQckeveningg. WANTED Five' goooT paperhangers. Steady work. Flrst-elass wages. Call Walnut M0. D. G. Roe Co. WANTED Colored porter for night cleaning. Apply pifloe. 403 Central Bank Bids. WANTED Settled ' solored man to work at 760 Jackson ave. Nice home In rear; "WANTED A man cook. Apply, With" references. 762 SLMeLan blvd. """WANTED Good houseboy. is South IdlewUd . . 66 66 68 54 (4 63 62 68 CI 66 (4 70 70 60 48 64 64 70 70 8 66 6 6 61 66 r,4 62 58 68 2 1 62 62 62 72 70 6 64 60 60 68 68 64 62 64 64 62 62 62 M 60 60 66 64 EMPLOYMENT. MALE MEL WANTED. WANTED 100 Common Laborers For construction work; 10 hour at 10 cents. Apply 7 a.m. at new slant el Shelby Cotton Oil Mill. Pijreon Hnosti and Hollyford roads: three blocks Iroa end of Lamar car lln. Hugger Bros. COXTRACTORl. ; WANTED Young man who knows citv to drive laundrv wagon. Apply 1 Memphis Steam Laundry , 8G N. Second St. Office Boy Wanted . Boy of neat appearance Mho is will lng to work ana can accent some re sponsibillty. Splendid opportunity for aavanccmont. Apply In person to ADVERTISING MANAGER, ' The News Scimitar. ' Wanted A Well-Dressed Young Man Familiar with Memphis and th Mem phis territory, to learn newspaper cir culation. This Is an excentional onnor tunity for a young man of intelligence and energy. If you want work, call b lore 9 a. in. room izs, Scimitar Buliaing. WANTED 8 Io; cutters, 8 teamsters, ( ptledrlv ers. Good board olid wages. Apply Memphis Band Mill company New South Memphis. WANTED . BRICKLAYERS Kelsey Wheel do. North Memphis, Ask for Mr. Blair. Two Experienced Solicitors ' Men who know Memphis preferred; muni oe or goou aaaress. in good pnvs lonl condition. Call before 0 a.m.. and brtlng reference. 321 Scimitar building. WANTED . Boy or young man, to work In office. Memphis Rice Mill WANTED 5 Colored Young Men and 5 Colored Young Women That want to learn groctry builness. Apply at 361 Beale avenue, ' RODDY'S CITIZENS CO-OPERATIVE! STORES. WANTED Male stenographer; state age, eipe- Hence, reference and salary expected. P. 0. Box 473, Memphis, Tenn. WANTED Table Boys and Girls. - . Apply Fortune-Ward Drug Co, WANTHD-For canay factory, a first olam experienced fudge man to tak harg of department, also on ax perleneed helper on open lire werk, and on experienced man to tak chart of nrober. Give experience, references and salary xpotd. Addr V. O. Box m, Kort Worth, Tex, WANTED. Young gentleman of education nd address to Warn newspaper circulation work. This In a good opportunity fo young man who looks forward to ad vancement, who possesses Intelligence and energy. Call before I o'clock a.m. 624 Scimitar Bldg, WANTED Honest, enersetio man n deliver and collect. Prefer on who can operate Ford car. Country woHc. Begin sbout Oct. 1. Good pay. Must give small real estat bond. Hive reference. Address D !, New Bdmitar. month; age 18-60. Experience unneces sary. Examinations Memphis Out. II. ror free particular writ J. Leonard ( l,tn," miu.nnm.iit ...min.-l -. i Equltabla Mldf Washington, ' WANTED Messen sera with hlrvnU- rostal Tel. Co.. 116 Madison Ave. CENSUS CLERKS .00 neddi tufi mohth. Age 16-60. Maperlenc tirinne. essary. Kotamlnatlon vry where. Oct. It. For free particular writ i, Leon ard (former government examiner), 764 rxiuiTAPie nmg., vyawmngioo. WANTEDWoodworiters XMrinoe4 In custom body work; open sVtepi pay from 60o to !6o per hour; steady work. It. Bollwerk it )ro, V thiol Co,, 1101 South Broadway, !, Louis. Mo. "wXS'TKD Blacksmith xTritnoe"d In eut4m body work; open shopi pay from 0c to I6e pr heur; steady work, H. Boilwrk V), VhUj Co., tm South Broadway, at. Louis, Mo. BttfGHT, aoliv oopy tioy; short hours; good pay. Fin opportunity lor boy going to night school. News Kchu- Itar city desk. XI lctfdirlti .-iimri. niail .'l-rL- sltlons, prepare for jmnilnstlon, ar tlfiitar- fr Mnitrn Civfl MMt.vl.- In. stlmte, 706 C'hosnut. wt, Louis. "RineBJ?: brakm: 1TJ"15ol monthly; xprleno unneixssary. Writ Railway Association, car Ki ilclm. liar, : EMPLOYMENT. MLS M-LPJVANTta WANTED Thro hundred cotton picker: top prlc. good places waiting, families or single. Memphis Employment Bureau . 119 6. Court Ave. WAN'TKD A mn at xd character for our special real eait rnr.n. tire. Experience Bnnece.nary (we tench you). Dignified work no canvassing part or w hole tlm. Mak money whl'e learning. National Co-oprtlv Realty Co.. Dept. H63I. 146 You St, Wash ington. D. C. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED. Young ladies. 16 to 20, for Interesting permanent work. Attractive surround ings. Pleasing associate. Telephone operating Is high-class pro fessional work and pays good salary while learning. Frequent Increases St definitely stated Intervals. Apply to Miss Jackson, Cumberland Telephony and Telegraph Co., fourth floor, 117 Court ave., between 1:30 am. and 6 p.m. ' Cashiers Experienced Oood positions in our tube room. W offer every opportunity to thoso who qualify. Must corns well reoommtnded i Apply to Superintendent's offioe, Bry-Block Merc Co. We Have Places For SToung White Women Over Sixteen Years of Agu In Otir Mah.. -i Mil l-i .lyl.a . To can earn $10 pr week whU y nnVBI Utt-a i-iaA-.l i-: . . and every protection. TaU tb Florl- Bosworth Bag Co. 1 1071 Florida Btrect, J. WANTED Colored female help. Apply Lamar Steam Laundry 1693 Lamar Ave.1 WE have nlanes fat mnMu m,IT eooks, waitresses, office 'n-nri...' stenographers, factory hands and va rious and nimrlrv . ........ i m.i m ui lemnie workers. Whatever your cu.lllir have or can find a place for you. Memphis Employment . Bureau 11 3. Court Ave. WANTED S'rn I oJrta In , ., ....! . ..... . . " n on luiiniis ma chine, also middle-aged women to work at hand turning. Good wgs and ieaoy employment. Apply Bemis Bros.' Bar Co. Carolina and N., C. & St. L. R. R. Salesladies Wanted Oood wages and advanoement. Apply S. II. Kress & Co. 12 South Main. . ' WAKTKnA ennb n w. i ,., Ing t Jo general houMwork In a small famllv uf nit Una, . ., . - - - - - - v,,,w .,i i . mended. Oood salary to right party, APlly 48 McNeil, between :J , ,,, nd tp. m. Hem. 4019-J or Edwin Pry. care Bry's. . WANTKn-Wii.ii tr, nk . ii family In an apartment. Oood salary. Ajipjy s rx.jBeivenere orj)hone H. tin. WANTi!i"i 'irV,irt...i " J.. ;.: .i: dies In red-W-wear denurttnent. An. lj;ndersC wprav-4-idy Mllctor lor printing hous on commission. Good opportunity Cl( ifll I m v n. .i. ,i i'it !,. . 1. rnatnm, vests nnd trotistrs, Qed wage. Iiiifinrr? laiTintin J1V, mlwriTTi ''TT. .'-T ' ",""n " wwmcn; sins xn Op wishing census positions, 11,000 year vvi"'"rir.M-i..' ...... ..,..I,..v. nurn; lie Other need annlv. for huhv. 1t v. old. 1403 Agnes place. 'Wanted Experienced oook: ' moil wag. MRS. S. J. SHEH'ARD, 1104 t arrAve. em. 4T-I. . , wANKftrrTiii,r.;H iirf. c references, 751 S, UcUan blvd. ""PEftrENClSr cookTlTljcTeek; 11-il rn.H.n Ave Ph,.n tl Iao ""WANTED A-1erViintT"goodwsl w . ism. i.njr. -vi jvivaasier. '' L-ilJNbftEi-'S warfed nine t ..k on piace. jnortn ueiievu lie imnniy, wi roHar. WANTED A washerwoman. SCI K". WaUc-s. p EMPLOYMENT. FSMAL6 H.l WANTED. WANTED White girls, between ages of. 16 and 35 years, for laboratory work. Apply seventh floor. Hessig-Ellis Drug Co. Front and McCall. Experienced Saleswomen For the following departments through out our store: Millinery . Muslin Underwear Knit Underwear Cloves Notions Apply Bry-Block Mercantile Company TENtoTS CLFftligrUoo needed; tsl month. Age 1 S-flO. - hVperlenc unnec essary, Usamlnatlon Memphis Oct, II. For free particulars write J, Tonrd (Termer government examiner), 764 Kq Ullabl Bldg., Washington. 'W'TfTTEP"rjo5d"eool(. while or1 ci: ored; for white, room in the house. For colored, room on plaee. Apply Mr. L. R, Goldsmith, ISM Vinton. Hem. 18H. WANTED Kxperienced cook for small family; room on place, good wages. Apply "ul Adams avenue. G00pco6 wanted ""fey llriTTtTK Lalis, 114 8. McLean blvd. I recommen dation required; nice room on place. SALCSMCN AJP AOBNT9, SALKHM F.fl"w-TNT liT-I n sTr aT7e Vnen r you satisfied? It you oan ern 15,000 with Insurance jou ill make 10,00 per annum with this prop. ONltien. Something nw. Only high grad mn need apply, Open evenings for Interviews. E. J. Russell, 1001 V, h P. Bank Bldg. SITUATION WANT5D rEMAUE. WANTEDBy young lndyemployerf In the day, cony work or any kind of work lhat can b done at night: Writes a olain. nut hand. Addr D 41 ws Bcimttar. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS ARKANSAS planters not W are now pr.pnren to nimisn cotton ptcKers, both white and black, and you should send u youa orders. We undertake to represent yofx just as If w vet' part oi your organisation. Memphis Employment Bureau 1 11 S, Court Ave-., . , -. .s mi '.,., EDUCATIONAL. "tAd.H06L, nBANCTN3 Learn to dano. Ktnloy reur vnlng st th Rmpress Wlntr Oarden Danelng lesson dally, rrof, Kaber. '-inrronKr-BcTiocJr'TOT: NKRY, 1 H. Main st. Mrs. L. McAual ly; Mr. A. geavey. AUTOMOBILES. AUTOI rOW ALB. Ford Light pelivery This li a pick-up for you; perfect eendllkm; nw nalnt, new tlrei, Terms may b arranged, Llbsrty bonds accepted. Bi m aulck, Robt. G. Chambers 113 Union Ave, Hem. ETOD, Lexington Lat model lieilngton touring car. four brand nw cord tires, I urea this ear for demonstrating and It looks Ilk now. Frank Flanigan 151 Madison Ave. Main C242, UsedFords All Models We have tTBKD FOHDN at alt times. These cars hve been Inspented, over hauled and tested In our own shop, so that In offerlnp tlietn w ar tireiiared to extend a HKnvifH OlIARANTKR. Thl means TROTKCTIOK, I TH AN Chi and "AVIN. that can not b secured eiswhre. Cash Liberty Bonds .' Terms McCreery-Phelan Co. liUvns.tM, U?!b Itn- KOK BALK At llfO to aulck buver. ll,ao flv.paMieiikar, av-harsepowir motor buggy in goo, condition. Apply rr 844 X. Garland. RR lALl--iT-mo"bire "7 paMingr; mechanui cpnoition excellent) new top, paint, good' tires; a bargain. fi or call Mr. Hrown, Main J31C, Union Mo tor unr -o. V VU-' A N l'. ANfrt KT ft M A1I M 1 -MB I. 1CV It. TIRE CO. fnieii snf rourtl ' M. " iXK 8ALK by "wner". a Ili'Tmbd'! Ford in good oundlttsn, Adrs D t5, Nuws Scimitar. Auto parts at half price. 6HIST AUTO PARTS CO. l04-te Jefferson. Plurns M. 1WS. AUTOMOBILES, auto, ro a Good Used Cars On 2-ton Kepubllc truck, or.ly used sven months; new tires rll round; cab and body excellent condition. Model ti.iix --passenger touring car. Continental motor, new pslnl and top; been driven less tl-un ..000 mile. Trie 1900. Model 83 Overland 5-passenger tour ing; nw seat covers, good condition; $100. Model 75-B. G-passenger touring car; new tires; runs Ilk new. C0. ALL TUK ABOVE CARS AHtl IN T1IR rtMST OK CONDITION; ME CHANICALLY" I'KRFKCT, UPHOL STKKY IN FINE CONDITION. Memphis Overland Company Monroe at Laudcrdule. Main 1100. Fords at Cost Monday and Tuesday we will sell 5 Ford cars at cost. These have been taken in exchange for new cars, have been put in A-l mechanical condition, and arc bargains for quick sale. This is1 your opportunity to get a good used car, so como by early and get one. They won't last Jong. Universal Motor Car Company , i 963 Union Ate. Phono Hemlock 5700. For Sale 1 T.lltle Bit Bulck touring, new tl ..I 771 1 1111 Dodff touring, Ilk new... Ml 1 1819 Ford touring, month old,... tiO 1 till Dotig Sedan, perfect a hap J,o J 1I8 Reo, self-starter, Al con dition E7 I lll Kord Sedan, self-starter .. 761 ALSO HAVK OTHER FORDS AND DODOES AT MOHT J'BIC-!.. Se Frank Flanigan Or . Herbert Benharn 1111 Usdlsen An. Phone ,S4S. Fords FordsFords 60 Ford can, all In fin condition. 1 Can sell you Fords cheaper than any man In th South. Give me a look. CAHlf OR LIBKRTY BONDS; TERMS. T. T. Estes Main 4801. .12 Madison Ave, Ford Runabout LATK MODEL, IN C.OOD CONDI TION ONLY IMS, , BETTER ACT QUICKLY. ROBT, 0. C1UMUIDKH, Universal Motor Car Company m Union Av. lim, 5700. u.Ntl ItiTl .old, excellent condition: otu 1911 Ford, brand new; two 1M7 Dodge touring ci, A-l nhai. t'.ll FOR HAI.K or tiadt. h'vr'i .ouTTnii "cur" tlt riW. Also (Iv-r'uri. 711 tAiirl,,- Paige Speedster, 2T5. Terms, 175 cash! balance easy. Phone Iletn. oz9. Af.t.V.V BVfm'Vift! sunt. R. V. Rlnard. former Allen factory I service man. 191 Monro, . Main 4.42. AUTOMOBILES. AOTO. 0 A. SPECIALS DODCli: TOURING: ALL-WEATHER TOP; JUST LIKE NEW; rR CECT CONDITION IN KVERY RESrKCT. 1JU CADIU.VC; NEW PAINT; CORD TIRES; A-l MLVJIANICAL CONDITION. 1917 CADILLAC; NEW TAINT AND CORD TIRES, MECHANICALLY PERFECT. CADILLAC TRUCK. GRAHAM UNIT; OOOD CONDITION. Southern Motor Co. Cadillac Iistributors 651 MONROE AVE. MAIN 6125. Chevrolet Motor Co. Specials Specials Used Cars We Ppedatl In CHEVROLET MOTOR. CARS Dish and Term. IMS Chevrolet touring I5T5 00 1011 Chevrolet Inuring SOO.oO 117 Chevrolet touring 410.00 1 ,11 Chevrolet louring jlO.O" 11 Chevrolet touring il00.no 117 Overland--touring. Ki.iit THH ABOVB AUTOMOBILES WKRW A IX TAKKff IN ON NBW CIIEVIIO LETS AND IIAVIB BEEN PUT IN A-l CONDITION. Visit our etore during the Trl-Stat fair, Sept. .0-37. i IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ON" NEW CARS Chevrolet Motor Co. -H0 Monroe Ave. Ford Runabout This car has been rebuilt in our shops and painted. Looks and runs like new. All good tires! Priced at only $485.00" Better act quickly. N Robt. G. Chambers 963 Union Avenue Hemlock 5701 Lexington ' Late model Leslngton touring car four brand new cord tires, I lined thl car for demountrutln and it looks Ilk' new. Frank Flanagan 331 Mudtson. Muln 0-43. NOW TH THE TIM 1. 1 ..-flnUt, nnri It. nl--i, . ,.,,. V tun die ul) niakev of cars. Most up-to-dat equipment and hU! et quality oil In tlio Houth. Let uh "Inin'e - MfCreerr-riiehm Co. "M MONROte AVK. VA'V "1 VHIP"1S. TENN. l-tiR SALIC -pnsnger Hupmahlle touring. In excellent mechanical con dition, new top, paint, good tire, extra casing mounted; a burgaln want small ercar. Hem. I.SL AUTOMOBILES. AUTOS Oft tALST" Exceptional Values irf Used Cars j If vou arc thinking o . ! buying a used car, come scr I these five bargains before buying. We can save yoi monev. STEARNS DEMONSTRATOR ...,00t f FRANKLIN J 1,63 OVERLAND (6v . 'I ELCAR t K . ,.: STUDKBAKER The above cars have just been gone over by our cx pert mechanics and are in iirsi-ciass mecnanicai cona.-; tion. Call for demonstration. i Dixie Motor Sales Co. 301-5 MADISON AVE. llAJJf 2t& SepternGer Sale; ;. Standard Guaranteed Makes Auto Tires Ottr"prIr on tires ar lower than other who dell standard tires simply because or our Buying power, W operate 145 atores throughout th United States and ar steadily growing. Save 30 to 50 .. ON VlHK. GRIFBTBLL. VI ("TO ft. rrDBRii WASHINGTON. P11LLMAK. NORWALK. FIRESTONE. M'OKAW. AND OTflER MAKES. Xote These Prices CONGRESS. GRIPWr-LL, MORAW, IMPE1UAL AND PULLMAN. Slue. 10x1 ..... lOsftU..,.. 1-xS'l 11x4 12x4 11x4 14W 14x4Sl "x4 16x44, 'Tix5 '7xo PUin.Non-8Wd.ToBW, I .u I I IS JS.lll 11 40 liio J1.10 l.lit 14.0 lt.fr, io.o 115 3.45 i 17.70 11.16 11.10 ill. 20 US. IB ii.ti VM I1.6S .3.15 .7,85 4.65 21.05 - 4.73 SM0 ' 4.15 IS.I5 1.15 34.10 . t.il , (W Pax War Tat.) Extra Special "ERKECTION. F18K FIR6STON1B. (.0OO MILES. S.X3H NON8KID, JxJIA NONSK1D. 113.95. 19.&. FlRKaTONB. VASHIN'OTON. 34x4. ixi'i NoNSKID. WRAPPED TREAD, ' I4.96. 111.15. WH JIAVE LA ROR QITANTITIE3 OP TIIKR Ftl'IKNIlli VALl'KS. COMH N iMBPtSCT OUR STUCK. t MAIL ORPER8. - WE OTTARANTEK' ABSOLtrrB SAT. ' FACTION TO EVERY PURCHASER. B PAY EXPREBa CHARGES WHEN 'I'LL AMOUNT ACCOMPANIES OR )ER, MAIL YOUR OROKR TOJ9AY, - Dealers, Attention! WRITE FOR SPECIAL DISCOUNTS, LL Di.Eii AND MAKKS. Charlestown Tire 6: Rubber Co, SSI MAPI8"ON AVE. ' MEMPHIS. ; The House of Low Prices i