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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1$, 19
THE NEWS SCIMITAR. PAGE NINETEEN. 8 1 r -yc -r ..... . rr i t t B 1 bave Your steps lo nna a Home Classified Section Classified Section 'Use Real Batata Ada In Yhe News Scimitar Thv Are the Beit Guide. "JET'tV, l.f U1 USUI'. '.'JttXZb! 1 ' I h FN II 1 COUNTERFEITER, FREED.CONFESSES fiat Habit of Passing Raised Ten Dollar Bills. It' a Rood sob story, indjeed, that disengages one from the toils Of the law particularly the federal laws. . But local federal authorities' ears have been closed now forevermore, to any touch story. Here's how It came aBout. N. T. McCanh. who claims to have moved here from Arkansas, won ar rested recently on a charge of coun terfeiting, and related at length, a sad story about starting out with his weekly pay to buy Christmas gifts for his babies, and about having picked up a $10 bill in change, which he afterward passed, then discovorcd to be a bogus one. Several leading Memphlans np pcared before Commissioned I'oole and begged McCann's release, which i was granted, after many of tho little court ajadience had, been moved to tears by the latter's tale of, woe. Then came word that a former friend and co-worker of McCann's . had been arrested on a charge of robbing mails. ' McCann's heart melt ed, ho told federal authorities in a complete confession to secret service men, and he gave) himself up as an accomplice to the robberiOH. It de veloped that he had been , passing the bogus $10 bills, which were noth ing but two-spots on which the de nomination had been raised. McCann is said to have told authorities, that he could easily have passed three -of them a day. ' Club Indroses U. S. Secretary , . Of Education " Tli indorsement of the Nineteenth Century club was given Wednesday to the Smith-Towner bill, providing for the creation of a department of education with a secretary of educa tion in the president's cabinet and for an 'Increased appropriation for educational work;- -,. tho Hhepard Towner bill providing for the educa tion of young; mothers and the prop er protection of Infanta; and the bill providing for tho introduction of physical education as a part of the curriculum of the public schools of , the different states, and for addi tional federal appropriations to match that of tho states In carrying out the provisions of the bill. Tbe club also indorsed legislation which has been proposed to the Shel by county delegation to the legisla ture for passage early next year. These include tho creation of a com mission to pass upon tho minimum wages to bo paid to employed women and girls in tho state; repeal of the Uw whereby tho Girls' Industrial school at Tullahoma is made a penal institution,' and the restoration of the old law, governing this institution, and the passage or a part-time com pulsory school law for omployed boys and girls between tho ages of 14 and 17 years. They also desire a local law which will relievo tho juvenile court from frequent attacks concerning its con stitutionality. In this connection, the conduct of tho court under Judge Camilla Kelley was highly com jnended. Indorsements of these bins was given at tho suggestion of Mrs. D. B. Puryear. who beads a committee on legislation. Mrs". J. M. McCormack urged that the committee add to its list of suggestions that on all hoards of institutions affecting; women and children at least ono woman bo named as a member. A report showing; tho excellent con dition of tho club was submitted. It was also reported that mors than ZOO members bad been added to the club since tho election of tho present president, Mrs. E. O. Willingham, last jviay. Jteath Sudden For t Mrs.S. V.Taylor Funeral arrangements for Mrs. Josephine B. Taylor, aged widow, who died suddenly Wednesday afternoon, Tere incomplete Thursday, the hour of services delayed pending arrival of relatives from Texas. Mrs. Taylor was 66 years of age, and tho widow of the late Dr. S. Vannah Taylor, of Torktown, Va. Mrs. Taylor was talking to her daughter-in-law, Mrs. W. Vannah Taylor, and friends at her home, llMMisslssippi avenue, Wednesday afternoon. She had not been com plaining, but when tho visitors de parted, she suddenly swooned and died almost instantly. Physicians said death was duo to nervo ex haustion. Two sons. W. Vannah Taylor, pub licity agent and assistant manager of theh Orpheum theater, and S. I Taylor, Amarillo, Texas, and four daughters. Miss Mildred, Memphis; Mrs. J. O. Matthews, Amarillo; Mrs. Sue Raggio, Chicago, and Mrs. O. C. Starner, Columbus, Ohio, are the sur vivors. -Burial will be in Elmwood ceme tery. The Spencer company is in charge. JAILER'S KEEN EAR FOILS ESCAPE PLAN r t .SHREVEPORT, La., Dec. 16. The keen ear of Tom Jacobs, jailer, re united in foiling an attempt to break out of tho Caddo parish jail early to day by K. ft. Reed, charged with grand larceny, and K. L. Finlay, charged with uttering- worthless checks. Steel nettings and bars had been suwed, leaving only one small Window bar between the prisoners and freedom. Ftnlay claimed he had a. $10,000 legacy coming from his Krandfather's will and was afraid the money wouldn't reach him before his t--..' RIVER RIPPLES The Kate Adams will leave Thursday night for Helena, Friar Point and Rosedule. The Idlewikl was the regular packet to Pecan Point and way landings Thurs day. 'The Princess cleared Cairo Thursday noon for Memphis. Upon her arrival she will be Kent to the bank for- the Winter. Insufficient trade Is given by the owners as the reason for her withdrawal from traffic. The Ossinlng is the regular iiacket Thursday for Osceola and way landings. The federal hnrge line towboat Natehcj! has left New Orleans for Mem phis with five barges of freight, and may arrive the latter part of this week. 'The Harry Lee will be the regular packet Thursday for Helena, and Friar Point. 'The Eclipse will be In port Thursday, receiving freight for her departure fur Ashport Friday, ... HISTORIC HOME BURNS. NI3WPORT NEWS.' Va., Dec. !. Lansdowne, the ct,unlry home of Lord Puntnore, last colonlan governor of Vir ginia, and said to have been erected in 1773. was destroyed by fire. Lans downe overooked tho York river near Bcnlman, Va. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Tbe Central-State ' National Bank. Memphis, Tcnn., Dac. It, 1910. The annual meeting, of the stock holders of this bank for the election of directors and for such other business as may properly come before tho meet ing will bo held in the directors' room of the bank, corner Madison avenue and (Second street, Tuesday, the 11th day of January, 1921, between the hours of II a.m. and 1 p.m. It. T. CRENSHAW, casnier BIDS WANTED? Tho board of education of the Mem phis city schools will receive bids up to & o'clock p.m., Monday, Dec, 27, 1020. on erecting an addition to the Madison Heights school building. Separate bids on tho heating contract and the general contract is required. A certified cheek in such amount as fixed by the archi tects must bo filed with-the bids, and statutory bond shall be made by the successful bidders. For plans, specifications and other Information, apply to Regan & Weller, architects, Bank of Commerce building. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. O. W. GARNER., Secretary. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Default having been made In the pay ment of o debts and obligations se cured to te paid in a certain deed of trust, executed the 9th day of Novem ber, 1918, by Koy Shirkey and wife, Celia Shirkey, to tho undersigned as trustee, as same appears of record in the office of the register of Shelby county, Tennessee, in book 692. page 220, and the owner of the debt secured hav ing requested the undersigned to ad vertise and sell the property secured by said deed of trust, this is to give notice that we will, on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1929, ' commencing at 12 o'clock noon, at the southwest corner of the ( courthouse, Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee, and at the Adams avenue entrance thereof, proceed to sell at public out cry to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property, to-wit: Situated' In Shelby county, Tennessee, as follows: Lot No. thirty (20) In block No, 2 of 3. F. Graham's subdivision of blocks Nos. 2 and 4 of the Woodruff subdivi sion of part of the B. R. Thomas home tract, as shown by the plat of said J. F. Graham's subdivision of record in the office of the register of said Shelby county, in plat book No. 6, at page 2. Beginning at the southeast corner of Park and Fleming streets; and running south with the east line of Park street one hundred and ten (110) feet; thence east parallel with Fleming street one hundred fifty (150) feet; thence north one hundred ten (110) feet to Fleming street; thence west with the south line of Fleming street one hundred fifty (160) feet to the point of beginning. All right and equity of redemption, homestead and dower waived In said deed of trust, and the title is believed to be good, but we will sell and convey only as trustee, BANK OF COMMERCE & TRUST CO. Trustee. By S. J. SHEPHERD, Trust Officer. ' This Decenber 2. 1920. - TRUSTEE'S SALE, Default having been made In the pay ment of the debts and obligations se cured to be paid in a certain deed of trust, executed the 20th day of Janu ary, 1920, by Nettie E. LeMastus and husband, T. H. lieMastus, to the un dersigned as trustee, as same appears ef record in the offico of the register of Shelby county, Tennessee, In book 740, page 499, the owner of the debt secured having requested the under signed to advertise and sell the prop erty secured by said deed of trust, all of said indebtedness having matured by default in the payment of a part thereof, at the option of the owner, this is to give notice that we will, on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1920, commencing at 12 o'clock noon, at the southwest corner of the courthouse, Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee, and at the Adams avenue entrance thereof, proceed to sell at public out cry to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property, to-wit: Situated In Shelby county, Tennessee, as follows: City of Memphis, lots Nos. a, 9, 10, and the west 10 feet of lot 7, and the east 5 feet of lot No. 11, of Thompson subdivision of lot No. 15 of Winchester subdivision, as per plat of record In record book 57, part 11, page 635, of the register's office of Shelby county. Ten nessee, described as follows: Begin ning at a point In the north lino of Adams avenue 145 feet east of the east line of North Dunlap street; thence east and along the north line of Adams avenue 105 feet; thenoe north and par allel with the east line of Dunlap street 138 feet to the south line of an alley; thence west and along the south line of said alley 105 feet; thenoe south and parallel with Dunlap Btreet 138 feet to the beginning. . All right and equity of redemption, homestead and dower waived in said deed of trust, and the title is belived to be good, but ,we will sell and convey only as trustee, BANK OF COMMERCE & TRUST CO. Trustee. By S. J. SHEPHERD, Trust Officer. This December 2, 1920. B. J. Semmea, Attorney. NOTICE. BRT'S XmaB Sewing machine club.l, join now. ury s. CHRISTMAS PRESE ESENTff. Ladles and children. French hand-made lace and embroidered articles; crocheted yokes. Mrs. Mayer, 638 Linden ave. STND your hats bypareeFpost to be cleaned and blocked. Acfcock tho Hat-r ter, 41 South Second. Main 78S0. WANTED To adopt baby "girl, not over 5 or 6 weeks; good hlme. Address G 7, News Scimitar. WEAR Jlanan shoes, earth. E K H Shoe Co. Finest on LOST AND FOUND. LOST Liver and white pointer gyp; answers to name of Rachel. Reward for return. Telephone Guy P. Long, Hemlock 4561. ' " LOSTA- bTai;k"sealskTn muff In lavatory fifth floor Uoodwyn Institute oeiween o:au unci s p. in. wemiejiiy. RjwarCallH.5li5beforea.ni. AUTOMOBILES. AUTOS FOR SALE. FOR SALE Used mitorcycles. ail klnUt,, S1U0 up. Agents for naw Indian and Henderson. Repairs ail kinds, mo torcycles and bicycles. MEMPHIS MOTORCYCLE CO. 171 Madison. Allen Parts For All Models. Warden Motor Sales Co. Distributors for Allen Motor Cars. Msn w- "7 Union Ave. REMOVAL "NOTICE." The firm of Frank Flsnlgan has no connection with The wi. 3T1 Madison ve., end Is now permanently located at The Traders Garage, liO S. Third st. Main 6655. UtiiOU Kord. In good oondTtion, for sale cheap. Dixie Auto Specialty Co., 454 Monrou Ave. , . AUTOMOBILES. "AU"to"F'OR SALE. LOOK THESE OVER i v . " WE ARE SELLING THESE AT THE LOWEST PRICE. YOU HAD BET TER TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY IF YOU WANT A GOOD CAR AT A ROCK BOTTOM PRICE. ' '" 1917 Ford roadster J150.00 1918 Maxwell 400.00 6-passenger Crow-ElUart too. 00 1917 Dodge .......,...(.........." 0.00 One Ford sedan 875.00 1918 7-pass. Studebaker ........ 660.00 1919 Dixie Flyer,. A bargain , '-. Reasonable terms made to reliable parties. HWer-McChntock Motor Car Co. 53 S. Fourth St. ' Main 7184. CalF M.B. Boggan. Trucks! Trucks! Trucks! ' Cold Facts WE QUOTE teELOW A LIST OF USED TRUCKS THAT HAVE BEEN TRADED IN ON G. M. C. TRUCKS. WE ARE NOT GOING TO SAY THESE TRUCKS ARB PERFECT, EVEN IF THEY WERE NEW THTSY WOULD NOT BE PERFECT. BUT YvB HAVE OVERHAULED PRACTICALLY ALL OF THEM, AND THEY ARB IN A-l SHAPE. ALL HAVE GOOD TIRES, BODIES AND CABS. WE DO NOT ALLOW MORS FOR USED TRUCKS THAN THEY ARB WORTH. THERE FORE WE ARE ABLE TO 8ELL THEM CHEAPER THAN MOST OF OUR COMPETITORS. NOW COM PARE THESE PRICES WITH OTH ER3 IN THIS PAPER'S COLUMNS. t Fords, 1-ton worm drive trucks 260 and up 1 2-ton Indiana ..........11,200 1 1-ton Bepnbllo 950 1 ltt-ton Republic 250 "WHAT WE SAY THET ARE THEY ARE." SEE) MR. DOBBS. TRUCK DEPARTMENT Union Motor Car Co. New Fords On Time New and used Fords sold en time, 1-3 cash, balance In 10 monthly pay ments, 6 per cent interest. We can make Immediate delivery. Better place your order now while the going is good. McCreery-Phelan Co. 269 Moproe Ave. Main 1295. FORD.TT4UCK. 1920 model. Worm drive. Pneumatic tires and used less than one month. You can save $171 on this. , , $600.00 1 Terms. Pryor Motor Sales Co. 252 Monroe. Main 950. ESSEX Essex touring cut, run six thousand miles, newly painted; perfect- condi tion. Looks like new and runs better. Used only on city streets". Owner has two ears. Has no need this one. , Bar gain. Write G 5, News Scimitar. DODGE BROTHERS TRUCK. Screen body. Has had the best of qare and is in splendid condition in every way. $760.00 Terms. Pryor Motor Sales Co. 252 Monroe. Main 950. All Makes of Cars Sold On Easy Payments We only handle cars In good con dition. Buy your car from a responsi ble dealer. We trade cars. Chisca Garage 811 Routh Main Rt. FORD TOURING. model. Has self-starter, shock absorbers and has been used only six; weeks. $500.00 TermB. ' Pryor Motor Sales Co. 252 Monroe. Main 950. Ford Radiators Repaired GENUINE FORD PARTS FoRO PtUCES. Universal Motor Car Co. AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER. 963 Union Ave; Memphls, FOR SALE Large touring-car" or will exchange for Dodge or Ford road ster. Kcott-Kelly Furniture Co., US N. Main. OK SALE One K-49 Buick. 7-pa-aenger, new top. newly painted, good I. res, $800, Matt L. Monashan. Mala !!?. residence H 1007-J. , AUTO SUPPLIES AND REPAIRS. FOR TWB SERVICE Call Main $0-6060. ' NEWSUM AUftTIES'NWuTrlT' and Monroe. Main 50-5060, Fourth TIRES. BRY'S Will tell standard brand of first quality suto tlrtt at and around one-half price till tire prices drop In Memphis. Bry-Block Merc. Co. Memphis, Tenn. . EMPLOYMENT. MAIB HELP WANTfST Bookkeepers tf you sre of age. have a common school education or Its equivalent, can furnish highest, references and have sufficient ambition to take some spare time training, we can equip you for a real position in the accounting field. We are constantly receiving requests from firms to furnish them with cost accountants. comptrollers, auditors, senior and junior accountants; positions actually paying from $2,400 to $4,000 per year and up. If you can measure up to tho above qualifications we can both train and place you. Give references and phone number in first letter. Ad dress ' G 10, News Scimitar. WANTED Men wishing positions firemen, brakemen, motormen, colored train porters, on large Tennessee roads, write Immediately for full information; $160-$2OO month; no experience neces sary. Inter Railway, Dept. 647, Indian apolis, Ind. WANTED Office boy: good opportu nity for bright chap. Call Remington Typewriter Company, 238-41 Bank of Commerce Bldg. Male1 "help. : Elevating grader operator, $5.00 and oard. MEMPHIS EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. COMPETENT houseboy. lngton. 761 Wash- FEMALE HELP WANTED. WANTED 100 Ladies Who Can Use Sewing Machines To join our Christmas Sewing Machine Club. $2.00 will send any sewing ma chine to your home during this special Christinas club. : BRY'S Experienced Markers and Assorters. Apply . Lamar Steam Laundry 1693 Lamar Arc. WANTED 10 salesladies at once. Apply at office, second floor, 7 N. Main, opposite Ceurt square. 8. H. Kress & WANTED Music saleslady; must be a good sight reader. Apply at office, second floor, 7 N. Main, opposite Court square. S. H. Kress & Co. FEMALE HELP WANTED. White and colorerl cooks, maids and other domestic workers constantly In demand. List with us. MEMPHIS EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. WANTED Nurse; good wages; must bo capable woman. Good home for right party. Apply my office, 394 South Front. FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU For Young Ladies. Young Women's Christian Association. HI Madlsnn Ave. Main 375 EXPERIENCED cook; pood wages; room on place. Apply with references after Wednesday. H39 Overton Park avenue. WANTED. A good cook, family of three; rile, comfortable room on place. Phone Hem. 2089. J2S3Pfjrtodyjiy WANTED Ten colored women or girls to make holly wreaths; good pay. Apply back door S07 S. Pauline si. GOOD cook with references; room on place. Mrs. Joseph Orglll, 402 Boyd WANTED Colored cook. Apply ICO S. McLean. COOK WANTED 1(21 Fosli7iTve S!TUATIONSyANTED MALE. FIRST-CLASS bookkeeper wants pokI tlon. Can rport Immediately. Address i) 13. News Scimitar . SCHOOLBOYwants work afternoons and mornings. Call Wal. 2!64. EDUCATIONAL. MU8ICAL, DANCING, DRAMATIC. PRIVATE 'instructions" In" ballroom dancing. I guarantee mv course, M, $708. DANCINO SCHOOL. 110 Adams, near Main, private lessons daily. Teachers absolutely the best. Mrs. M. L. Rnher. FOR SALE. y?uEJi0J;DjS0bDS. ALL KTNDfi refimsntd furniture. rugs. toes. etc.. for sale. J. E. Davis Furniture Co.. 237 N. Main. FOR SAIK New and used furniture. Hrsves It Graves, 173-76 8. Main St. OH. 8AL1C New an4 svcond-kaud 'itmlnir. of :i Winds. 12 N. Thlrdji, . FOR SALE. UILOINlQMATERIALS. IROnT and" Steel -t'ldgeon-Thomas Iron Co., 91 -9J N. Second and Main and Iowa Ave. Main 1500. FEED. SEED AND GRAIN. Christmas Presents Hand-palnieU singing canary birds. Vellow slid redhead parrots. Japanese fan-tailed comet and plain goldfish. Canary, rarrot and fish supplies. South 's Oldest Seed House Otto Schwill & Co. 10 H "runt St. MUSICAL EQUIPMENTS. $1.00 DOWN Puts any Columbia Grafonola in your home. We have every model and finish and will deliver now or Xmas eve. FLOYD PIANO CO. 12G Monroe Bargain Bargain in talking ma chine used as demonstrator; guaranteed perfect condition. Terms If desired. Chickering Warerooms 160 Madison Ave. Phone M. 7368. ' $165.00 Used Piano Oak Case, Good Condition. Terms if desired. Chiekering Warerooms 1 Madison Ave. Phone M. 738$. FOR SALE Automatic piano, $230. Piano can be seen at 904 South Belle vue. Call- for John A. Reyes. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. Christmas Presents 1 , Gold Fish 10o un. with beautiful bowl or nnua- fc-lum. Castle arid sea shells complete rrom ia up. rne most Deauwui pres ent you could give. Otto Schwill & Co. THE SOUTH S OLDEST SEED HOUSE. 10 South Front St. PECANS" FOR SALE. JOo per pound. No delivery. SCHEIBLER CO. 130 N. FRONT. FOR SALE About 300 cords of 4- foot cordwood; located on tho hud of Rldgeway Country club. Write, phone of call on Mr. I. Dlnkelsplel, 7.JI Hank of Commerce Bldg. Phone Main 730. TOUwlllaIwaysflnda bargain In our bargain basement. 1-: K K Shoe Co. FINE figs and shrubbery very cheap. D38 Pasadena. Phone Hem. &039-W. CHRISTMAS-trees and wreaths may be had at 1004 Pennsylvania avenue. WANTED TO PURCHASE, jUnk. Wanted Wanted Cash paid for all kinds of second hand furniture. ' Phone Main 2064 SCRAP IRON, metals, rubber, paper stock. Wo pay spot cash for them. H. Blockman Co., new location corner Overton andN. .Front. M. J 555. SCRAP IRON'T metals and "ail kinds of junk and senond-hand machinery. Wrl'e us for quotations. F. i'erlrnan Co GOLD. SlUVtW. ANT1QU ES. OLD gold, pearls and diamond wanted. Highest cash prices paid. JULIUS GOODMAN. 8mithMaln. OLD gold and silver, cash or ex change. MulfDrd Jewelry Co.. S S. Main. MISCELLANEOUS. SNAP CORN WANTED. Wanted 15 cars good sound corn In the shuck. Quote best price delivered Lcland. Miss. Get rate to Memphis and add 27',4c per cwt. Address P. O. Boi 182. Lcland, Miss. WANTED To buy. rooming house, complete. You need not answer unless Mm have one In desirshle location and price Is reasonable. Phone Main 29 ""HIGHEST cash prices paid for aTf kinds of second-hand furniture, stoves, etc. Phons Main 7885. Commission Fur niture Co.. 3E0 North Main St. IW.OiiS" WORTH of furniture wanted. Highest cash prices paid. Scott-Kelly Furniture Co.. 12$ North Main street. Phone Maln2427. WANTED Small steamer wardrobe trunk, second-hand, good condition. Win. O. Rossner, 179 B. Main street. WE pay highest cksh prices for teo-ond-hand furniture. English Turn. Co., N.Main. Phone Ma in M94. WHAT becomes of vour second-hand clothes? ,T. Schnltsel buvs them. 271 Poplar. Main 1271. CLOTHES HANGERS. Truck will call for any number. Main 1010. ROOMS AND BOARD " BOOMS OR RENJ2 Foil RENT." Furnlehed front fwim. also fire place and mantel, extrs large closetw. twin beds or on" double bed; convenient t" Poplar and Madison curs; meats con venient. This Is s betitillful room, in an elegant home. I'sll JlcmlocK 3944. FOR RKNT Suite of rooms for fam ily or several younir men or emploved indies. Individual lavatory, connecting bath. Sleam best. Home of ilfusant environments. Very heat meals. 1086 Linden. Hem. 475- FOR RENT -Two nicely" furuiHlied rooms In well-heated home. Convenient to hath; hot ami cold water. Good inesls across the street. M. .ViS2 or $5 Poplar. ONE nicely furnished room, steam licnt apartment, hoi and cold water IihIIi. Mfj Van.e. MhIii "!.-XI . e t -" r. . r, i i t vl...!.. ' f,..ui.i...l i.'.l ' rooin in private home: c!oc in: gen llenien preferred. M. I.12Q-.I. r'l ill Ui:.T - Nicely"" furoiidiml '"front room fur couple, ladle or gentlemen i cmpioyeil. Hemlock 44:s, TWO clean, nicely funilhiicil honse keeplng rooms: private family. Wal. 1131. Mi IjClede, . TliRLK furnished rooms, private eti trnee; possession Immediately. 280 Edith ave. FURNISHED rooms, double "and single, for centlemen; reference if re uulred. 15S Poplar STEAM heated, elegantly "furnished front room: walking distance; private family. 7$- .lefferson ave. " THREE light housekeeping rooms In private home. 272 houth Wellington. Main 3908-W. ""FURNISHED steam""" heated front room; meals close; gentlemen prt-ferred. M! S, Pauline. Jl. t.5.ri-J. LOVELY Turnbdirii- room In unlet home: very reasonable. Call H. 1546-W. FOR KENT-Two unfurnished Voom7. H. 41 75-J. 1055 Tanglewood. - NICELY furnished room. Gentleman only, Apply 237 Washington. ' IWN. SECOND" ST. Housekeeping and sleeping rooms, furnished. FURNISHED "for employed couple" 149 Poplar. TWO connecting "rTM)ni"s7"tmfurnlslied. 2110 Cowden ave. II. C4S7-.I. Want ed rooms and board. WANTKIi Room and board, or room snd kitchenette, for couple; East End or Anhesdiile section preferred; references exchanged. Address G 12. News Scim ita.r WANTED TO RENT. WANTED Apartment, three rooms preferred. In apartment building, fdr couple. References. G 14, News Scim itar. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT. HOUSES FOB BENT. FOR RENT -Five-bedroom, two story residence in northern part of the city. Hot water heat, hardwood floors, ga rage and servants' house, TURLEY, NAIL! .. QALBREATIt. 109 8 Court Ave, M. 74R1. LIST your rental property with us. Specialists on collections. CHURCHILL RENTAL AGENCY, si Madison. Cor., Main. i X9.R s ANO , WAREHOUSES. LARGE floor spaceln modern bulld Ing, second floor, 237 Court ave. Apply GoodleU A Co.. 421 Falls Bldg. OrJe nfceriar'ge" office. ' Ari'lyGoodictt A Co.. 421 Falls Bldg. APARTMENTS AND FLATS. 'FURNISHED two-room apartment. $75 Pontotoc. Main H7I3. REAL EStXTEFORSAlS! CITY PROPERTY. FAST END COTTAGE. $4,750. Sacrifice for Quick Sale. A splendid 5-room. bsth, cottage, now vacant; ono block of Madison car line: splendid location. You will have to hurry to get this one; $500 cash, balance less than rent. No loan on this one. P. M. MOBLEY. 3 S. Second St. Main 4271. RESIDENCE, Madison Heights, fur nace, new. $.1,000. Residence, 12 rooms, $4,700. Main 1265. GEO. 11. GLASCOCK. Real Estate. Phone Main 948 No. 1 Sout h Main S t . HEAL KSTATE if you lire In. the market for a home or have property that really ought I'M sell, see l'.ousli, 'nhh. Rsl'ev. (t7JKladlsnn. REAL ES'?ATE FOR ALE. CITY PROPERTY. FOR SALE BY OWNER. A New Year's resolution: I will not pay rent any more. $2,000 $;i.ft cash, $20 per month; three rooms, large porches; 50x200-foot lot, on Faxon ave. $.1.730--$250 cash. $30 per month; five room bungalow: well finished; a cozy home In Highland Heights; 8Sm20u feet R. E. UOWEN. 46 S. Second St. Main 720. FRAME bungalow, ba living mom across entire front, two extra Isrite bedrooms, hath, large dining room, kitchen, hardwood floor, hot air 'eat. ganige and chicken house: located 128.1 Neptune. Price $fi.250i terms ivusun able. For further information Cull Lester K. Moody Columbia Realty Co. 82 Mi) ili son Ave. M. 2113. M. 2414. FIVK-ROOM cottage, new. $2 000; $100 cash. $35 month. Kour-rootn cottaire. $3,000: sma'l cash payment; Highland Heights. Klve-room cottage, ninshamton. $2.7."in; $200 cash, $20 month. Hem. 5ic28. Uurpess. ' "bOLVF.D "The housing problem." Pre S Isie cottages. CHURCHILL ft COMPANY. Agents, S8 Madison Avenue. FOR FARMS AND ACREAGE SKK RALPH GRAHAM. 121 P. COURT-j M. 74' T. WADLl.Wl'U.N BROS. Real L'statc, 71 Madison Ave. I'jione Matn62: ""i,IST unit property with B. J. CAMP? BKLL & CO.. Inc., Realtors. 31 South Main Kt. Phone Main 711(1. " RKALTY' bargains. Main " 1386 sTgnT flos the door of opportunity In Tealty bargains. F. W. Kaxon i Co. . REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. " " citv DrcTv "TWO-hkd'room frame" bungHtowT Just completed: Krench doors, tile hnlh. every conceivable convenience. $S.0ll; $1,000 cash. On Faxon ave. North Parkwav. 7-room tile and brick trim, beautiful floors, huge living room and dining room, large front porch, in 1200 block, also brick of same rrsngenient in 1000 block:, $S.li0o and f lO.iiOO, Hennlifiil stucco on t f lo 3-bertroom bungalow, living room across front, hot water heat, near I'eahody and Mii.oan, $ll.fi00, terms. I'relty bungalow out cast; $4. SAO: $1,000 cash. Five rooms. chummy hiingHlow of five room, in Kvergreen, hot water heat ;. $6,000; $1,000 Cash. I have 4n new bungalows that 1 know are priced right, very nsv terms; $0,000 to $2o.non. I huve cheapest lots In the city. $'00 lo $3.0f0. ; A ROUE If I). WILLS. Realtor. S01 -3 V. P. H. Bldg. M, J9.19. Hem. 3044, For. Sale We have a number of homes that the owners bavn reduced prices for quick Sale, If you are considering the pur chase of a home, it will pay you to consult our lists. Let us show you some rel homes at reasonable prices. Memphis Realty Co. "Realtors" Main 2057. FOR SALIC TO COLORED. One three-room cottage, on a large lot. located In Blnghsmton. Ons block from car line. Price $2,000: $500 egsh, balance monthly. No loan, APrLY GOODMAN BROS. 4 S. Front SL NICK HOMK FOR COLORED MAN. S-room cottage, on Saxon ave.. In good repair: nice, large lot. Price $3,800; $1,000 down nnd balance $25 per month. Collage on .tacksun ave.. near L, ft N. railroad, $2,000; $350 cash and $2u per month. t ,. R. J. Stanage' 78 SMain St. M. 2342. Hemlock 377$. TOR COLORED PKOPLK. Five-room cottage on convenient street. Newly papered and painted. In fsct, It Is same ss nw. Hsg all city conveniences. Is In one block of Madi son car line. $:i.75fl: $250 oash and $33 per month. It Is now vacant. , C. D. Askew. ' ' M'MATH ft LISMONPS. 70 Madison. Main 334. SCOiOOM cottage, as far out as Waldran, three blocks of l'onlnr csf line. In pink of condition Inside and best of repslr out. Is on nice lot and has outhulld(ngs. Price $4,750; $750 cash, balance $70 per month. ' A. N, Fhltlipa. ' M'MATH & LEMONDS. 70 Madison. Main 334. CALL MAIN 1880. Six-room cottage, close to Fast Knd and Vance-Central rnr line.. Possession at once. Price $5200; terms $500 cash, balance like rent. " , M. G. SOl'TH. M. F. WHITTHN. J. A. HALKY. 22 American Bank Itldg. The Interstate tfcalty Co. ''Realtors" ' City Properly Farm Lands. Goodb.tr Bide. M. 6224 and S225. IF YOC want to buy. sell or trade your real estate, sei G. D. Hook & Co. Lee Rldg. Ms'n S. LIST your property with Sid A. Guy. He has a buyer for It. Call Main 28i or room t. 10 Madison Ave. WANTED-ftEAL ESTATE. WE have a ountomer for a $300,000 In come property, business, apartments and flats. What huve you to offer? THK SOFTH WKHTHRN RKAL -F.STATli: CO., 108 Monroe Avenue. Main 1385. "wantedto buy real estate Will trade good car for sour vacant lot or vour equity. Address D. C; V., Box 327, City. silV" A. GUY, Main ZgTtTnas buyers for yonr nroperty. List with him for onlck results FINANCIAL. "business opportunities. . DON'T foreet that Murray. theworld famed geoloelst. gave the first report on oil In Illinois and Ok'ahoma. the PHSt three 'years Incited North Burk burnett, Kemp-Mungr. Desdcm-.tna. Big KprinKa, Tex., and Duncan. Okla homa poo's. Ask any old-time oil man shout Murray, the geologist. Box 2."2 Houston. Miss. Inspections made any part of the world. FOR "PALE $6,000 stock'" In Tom James Oil Company. Address C 12. News Scimitar. . MONEY YO" LOAN. ' LOANS AT 5 PER CENT. On furniture, pianos. Llherty homD snd other personal property Payments arranged to suit your convenience. Immediate negotiations. MEMPHIS SECURITY CO. 48 N. Second St. Phone U. 1767. LIBERAL LOAD'S ON DIAMONDS. Bonds. w War Stamps. Rates as low as 1, 2 and J psr cent. Banklnc methods only employed. S. FRIEPLANDLR INVESTMENT CO. Successors to Crescent Loan Co, 8th Kloor Exchange Bldg. nooni 800. " WK"LE"NP MONEY' "on " prime' resi dence and business property in Mem phis. Turlev-P.ulllngton Mortgage Co., 1U7 8. Court Ave. . W A NT 6 6 TO SO R RO W. WANTED To borrow $3,000 for ahotit 6 weeks on A o 1 collateral, for which we will pay 18 per cent Interest. Ad dress G 9, News Soimltar. ' ' " HAIR DRESSING. KASTENS" Beauty" Parlor offers prompt snd expert service. 8S R. Mala St.. second floor. Phone M. $20. BUSINESS SERVICE. JULDING ANO'CONTRACTORS. EXPERT ROOF REP A IRINO " And painting-. There is no roof to difficult for me to repair. Leaks guar anteed iifraiiist reappearing; also high! est grade of re .covering. Prices reai. sons hie, BERT L HARTWEI.L ' 36! Vance. Main 7444-.!:' FLOORS FLOORS. " n New floors laid, surfaced and fls-1' Islted. Old floors and stair tres-Js re finished a specialty, with electric sand Ing machines. Call J. E. Horner, Malft 44S3. 205 South Wellington. I DESIGN attractive modern hotn that will please you. Let me rail and talk It over with you. Box it. Blng-', hsrrton. "l ,vT r; p. n A T 'ffVS A i " rooVi Nr i ", erf" Roof painted $1.00 sf. ft. Gutt-rs. vsl.1 ley ways painted General roofli.g. Hem? 1161. i " ROOF PA I XT I Xli (i nd renaTrfn g ."& Ing of asphalt shingles snd roll paper. Call M. 2000-J. . FOR carpentering," retnodllt.g cabi nets or fixtures, call Wsl. 2101 -w. MOVING. HAULING AND STORAGE. IT'S I IhL-PKOOK- h o u sell old "good J? pisnos and office furniture storedr t lacked Mnd moved. Inspect our plant iefor storing, o. K. Storage nmt Transferee, IdDISSJefferson &L8J.".v PI'BLItThauling of all klnda'on Pack; ard motor trucks; prompt service; rea sonable rates. Call Packard Motor Transportation Co., Hem. 04$. HOITsn moving "and" falsing; "special' attention given to out-of-town wora. 3, W. Linton, 17$ W. Carolina. Phone. M. 2J2. . TSA'MS for hlfs for gra3f'tTTairi?iiV etc. rtione iiemioek wm. REPAIRING." . whole t.les and heels. $.1.00. Phone ism iisi. ii wasntngion avenue. "v..,vfVr:.,.-.,--.. ..-..-..- soles and heels. $3 to $S.0. Liberty Bh'je .--non 4k:i Pi. ,-MSin lt. LET Carter repair and upholster and" reflnlsh your furnlture, Wal. Ui-J. - cleaning call M. Phillips. H. tl?. HE NOVATING. J Old Mattresses Made New Special Price for 10 Days Walnut "7!7. ' OLD MATTKKHSES M AUK NtW. .11 rowest Prices .R SUPERIOR BENOVATINO CO. . , . Call Main $051. ; SEND your fiats to JAMES YY ATT ' " .original hatters, 16 Routltf Third St.. Memphis, Tenn. Special at tention to malt orders. OLD mattresses made neW Mif Renovating Co. Call and deliver.. Msln TM. l$ey,no. ' ZAiriTI N 6Ta N 60 ttCORAY I ngT PA tCTlNG T done"; bl 3s cheerful! v given: drop postal or cill painter at ll3 Race St.. near cor. Mississippi and McLemore. i. CALL us, we aa'vFVou ln"BHci""bes"f paper and painting free: we serve ou Iminedlstely. Walnut 2B48-J. i-.. rmi your pHimina none wun sprev.i Speed snd satisfaction guaranteed., Phone Main J7C7-J. r HEATING Harst Ink Heatln j Cot-. Sleam and hot water heating. 221 Jef ferson. M. 170. g PAPER hanging $5 "per room end"7in. W D, Webb, 234 Vance. Phone M; 7Inlt-J. .t " PAfNTlNaA ND-DECORXTlNfi:'T! i. H Parish. Msln 129$. Mem, 845.. ROOF "paTnting anirVp?.iring. Pa? fter rslnjest. Msln Jl$-J.: ftOOFS naltited and repaired by alt expert. Main 3S4T. , iWlNG MACHINES. S E WIN 5 MA CHI NES ' reps lridT n make, rented. si!d; old machines e changed, club plan. T. E. Helsalngef A Co.. u North Mln. M. 87.1s. k.uvram 1 1 no, 8AFEAND LOCKSxpRTS-We nv 1 wo oi tne most capsoie experts tri the South. Their services are avail, able 011 short notice at any hour ef the dsr or night to open or repair safes. Bank work a specialty. Orgilt nm, it 1 n . I. ,a 5k5N.IJNOtrRE88INO, TAILORING, CARPET CLEANING MEMPHIS STEM CARPET f CLEANERS. " Main. W8 and 70 Jseksnn Ave, DETECTIVES. ""BRTECtlVIC AOENCY O'Htver D tectlve Agency, second floor North Memphis Saving Bank. j PROFESSIONAL SEtVllESr " You'd Be Sunwised" At the satisfactory results you can get bv having a "Specialist" sell ;o'r household goods. The thing t do is to "huve me call and expltin." Satisfaction guaranteed. v "JOHNSON". sped It all. Main 317,i With . UNIVERSAL HALES BROKERAGE) COMPANY. K "jRESSM AKIN G AN O MILLI NERYf5' HESlSTfVcTIlNG by "experienced" op erator; service very prompt. Special at. tendon mall orders. Mrs. Brackett, lD.'t Young. Hemlock 881$. ' PLAIN Hewing done at reasonable prices. $53 Monroe. PERSONAL. Attention! Attention! Look! See a "professional man" when your V want your belongings sold. When "hurt, go to a hospital." When sick "see at doctor.'' When you want your house-J hold goods sold or anything , else ' quick, "See JOHNSON." VNTVFR.SAL SALES AND - ( BROKERAGE COMPANY. i, S.14 Randolph Bldg. Main 3173. Notice For first-class sewing of all kinds,.' phone Wal. 2043-J. All wor guaran- teed. ' " PON'T hesick. Miracle water cure? rheumatism, fevers, mllk'eg, ecxema.," female weakness, urinsry troubles: Mak, new biood. Good salary t agnts.Box J78. Elk!on,'a. WHY be lean""o"r In poor heiTi'n, whi; Milam water will restor .r,,u to health' j and make you fat as pig? $1 bottles 3 weeks' treatment. Sold and lecom.-1 mended byWashbutn-Lyle Drug Co. "LEARN to speak modern "language- Italian, French. Stmnloh. Pi of. Da, Romualdo-Ahballe will mal.e no charge, for th first lesson. Call 211 Courr; aye., or phone Main 681S. HEMSTITCHING by experienced "op. erator. Prompt service Specialty on mail orders Mrs. Threlkeld, 1903 Lir- en sve. Hem. 1479-W. Jt OUGAnDIE nnd voile dresses made in order First-class work. Mrs. F, B.1 Claiborne, 737 Adams ave. Phone M. : R781. TWILL draw plans for bungalows nnd residences for half what others charge. Call Walnut 3101-W. HA RDWOOD FLOORS of sll granV!?.'' Old floors made new. Phone Main 3295.; p. E. Cunningham. HEMSTITCHINO machine to opera tfv, ' on shares; splendid location: A-l refer-,, ence. Address B $4. News Scimitar, - HE1NEM ANN'S 8-U's Breaks Up Colds. ',. AII Drug Stores. SSo and Bee. ... FLORIST, landscape ggrdeneri snfl fertiliser, flower boxes. N. H. Jaquetttti 1830 I,mar Boulevard. .FIRST-CLASS dressmaking. Silk and'-' madr" shlrs a, specialty.' Wal; 204J-J." ESPERT llJCACTY CCEtURl WORK.T' Maroelavtng.Cal Main 3 167-J. FORM a' .miniature" club; get yeori free. r eannock Artist. 2 Byrd Bldg, Read News Scimitar Wants.