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PAGE FIFTEEN. J A Bargain Hunter's Paradise Classified Section Classified Section Kitchen, Parlor, Bedroom Furniture; Dogs. Rabbits. Ploon. Chickens, Hsrses, Wsgons. This la Just a Partial LI it of Artlclta Offered In Tha Nwi Scimitar For Sala Columns. rJIIIIfII!IM WEDNESDAY DECEMBER ZZ, 1920. AMUSEMENTS , "Ire9e.,- 1 " will offer the new musical comedy hii. and Saturday and Christmas matinee, dressed In the latest style gowns ant sei in an etaDoraie Bcenic usunBiumm, I HO UOUK ID UJ JUT. it.ui rum j , .... lyrics by Joseph McCarthy and the mu sic oy Harry i lerney. irenc i pretty Vv story with scenes laid In v Va-i. If Ymm an aKunrturtt irn ii rv ui; i'o . - a..nnl nntilnA MmMlv H tlH U VAriAll assortment of Irresistible musical gems. in Is attraction is preserueu uere ni having, stood the acid test of . a soli'l year's run tn New York, whete It Is ...HI 1n..ln n nunaMliV at the VflndPT' bilt theater, while American companies are playing It at me r.mpire uwr London and in Melbourne, , with the same great success that attested its presentation on this side of the Atlan tic, where it is known as the greatest piece or inearriciii i'iwhw j v"---, ence, and the greatest International triumph or modern times, rvrry inciu- ... ,k.nun!xillnn ni-esentinff the play In this city has had their school ing wltn tne iew ior mmiji having had to play a certain time with .i . .aniinn in mmlifv before hav ing been given contracts for the present Jour. , State. ' n.. . ,. f T nnn.'u Ktnt ffet final ,on- nortunity to see Rainbow and Mohawk. twentieth century inaians. wm hear Maleta Bonconi, the celebrated ..iu..i,. rhiaf Rnlnhnw is the nroud possessor of a real Indian war bonnet tnat is more inn" iw The feathers in it were taken from American bald eagles, birds now almost bonnet, from a Ute chief In Salt Lake City, after prolonged ana sirrauoua bargaining. The Ute chief told numer ous tales of warlike deeds in -connection with the bonnet's history and to day the bonnet is one of Rainbow a most prittegy possessions. ' Orpheum. He who first conceived the idea of kw a miscellaneous assortment of amusement ingredients and putting them together, calling the composite a musical comedy, deserves a place In the hall of fame, for he was as great a benefactor to the theatier-gotng pub- - .u. I rnpo on1 anion - ic as many 01 mui :. "j----titsu who have solved problems, help ing to advance public conveniences and oniforts. Musical comedy Is probably pninvahle form of amusement occupying the stage today, and It , 1,.. ,V,ahai. It la A tMOld Inoenn i inni.iwi .,...... ",-,,, version intended for vaudeville or a ladded article presemeo um nate theater. One of the most prolific nd successful producers of thumb-nail Tir,usieal productions is uis wf $nd one of the best of his output is I The L"e snop,' ac me unimim u week. In which he stars that excellent comedian, Eddie voi, aim '"" v.fe excellent vaudevilllans, Harry and . , i.'ii n-iv, Thn hnnkn. lvric-H land music of "The Love Shop are by ia trio 01 writers .won " theater, each of-whom has qualified as . - Uta ..,n lino if AnrleMVOr. The piece is replete In all that is best n musical conieay miu ... .n nf tha rhorun have been selected by a beauty expert. EXONERATES MILLERS. TOPEKA, Kas., Dec. 22. The Kan- .nn nA..t.t nt fnriiiatrinl relations held hhat Beven Topeka millers cited re L..i.. .ii tho inHiistrlnl court did Eiot violate the law by limiting pro duction. Tne state is aaequmcij blled with flour and market condi- ions over which tne mills nave no ontrol have discouraged operation o full capacity, the court found. WAGECUT HITS 700. DiDiCTfipmrn w. Vb.. Dec. 22. A wage reduction affecting more han 700 employes was annuunceu uy Dnriarahnrir Irnn rnmoanv. The imount of the cut was not made nown. . iTHING LIKE IT" SAYS THIS TRAILING MAN Ui Birminaham Man's Strength and tnergy boon neiumeu 'After Taking Tanlac and He Feels Like a New Man. ..rp...in ..Mit mo nn mv feet 18 jnonths ago arid I have been feeling ine and able to auenu iu uuo... vith Plenty of energy ever- slni. .id O. V. Harper, of 2314 Sixth i umMmn. Ala., a repre- nttive of the Yel-O-Pine compa- iv. of Montgomery. ' "Before taking Tanlac, ' he con- ' j "i been autiering num idigcstion for two years. My stom- ch would not ainei !'" rlv und I would bloat up with gas hat caused the wornt kind of pains ItilllllllllllllllUHIHIlllll'lllHlliiiiiiiitiiiiHiiHiHiimmiiHiiiiniimmu 118 MONROE AVE. MS If ";lv'-iLThkr'r.l!I',,.Zn8 ""P"" nisny other .1 . -k. . 7 nr"' np''ctlon afford wonderful reller w advice o those who hae to. srmteh. I to n-e Hunt's Salve " Hunt's Salve is especially romno-.inded for thn treatment of ttrh. Eczema. Ringworm, letter and other Itching skin ocaliy oniy oy WASHBURN-LYLE DRUQ CO. B. RICHARDS MKDICLN'E COMPANY. INC. SHERMAN, T2XA4. j Moving Pictures Majestic. Suppose you were a nlpe.glrl, poor, pretty and a singer. Ana you took a job In the chorus of a, show to try to earn your own living. . And one morn ing you read in the paper that you had a choice line of floral kisses to give away "Chaste Illy of the valley kisses, scorching rambler kisses, tantalising honeysuckle twisters." etc. Wouldn't you' want to fight somebody? And if you knew your beau read that press agent's story, too, wouldn't you want too go Jump off the bridge at midnight? Wanda Hawley demonstrates In J'Food for Scandal," 'coming the Majestic Thursday. , Princess. Gaston Glass, who plays the leading role in "Humoresque," at the Princess Wednesday and Thursday, has the dis tinction of being the godson of Sarah Bernhardt. Glass was born in Paris and made his debut on the French stage at the age of five. Later he was engaged by Mme. Bernhardt for her repertoire comedy and appeared with the distinguished tragedienne In "Cleo patra," "Camille" and "Jeanne d'Arc." ., Lyceum. v Wednesday gives' Merhphlans the last chance to fee fascinating Louise Glaum in "Love Madness.? declare to be the best example- of real artistry this fa mous screen star has yet produced, at Loew's Lyceum; In addition to the fea ture film a,new Sunshine comedy, "Hold Me Tight," tn which the r.-ited SunBhine bathing girls also . appt r. is being shown for the last times. Miss Glaum has won scores of admirers bJier work In this production, in which she has the best opportunity to reveal that she is an actress of exceptional powers. Strand. "Idols of Clay," featuring Mae Muf ray and David Powell at the Strand this week, brings together on a South Sea isle a young London sculptor who, faith in his career and in mankind shat tered by an unscrupulous woman, has drifted to the. tropics, and an innocent child of nature, the daughter of a pearl smuggler. The girl falls in loye with the handsome stranger. Later events lead to their separation, but finally, after the girl of the South Seas has ex perienced the diwy heights of London Bohemian society and the shadowy den of the Limehouse underworld, they are reunited. ' WOMEN ELIGIBLE. BOSTON, Dec. 2. A ' constitu tional amendment making women eUgible to hold public offices was adopted at a joint session of the house and senate. .The vote was STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The Central-State National Bank., Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 11, 1920. The annual meeting of the stock holders of this bank for the election of directors and for such other, business as may proporly come before the meet ing will be held In the directors room if" the bank, corner Madison avenue and Second street, Tuesday, the 11th day of January. 1921, between the hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.: K. T. CRKNSHAW. Caroler through my chest and my heafrt would bloat like a trip-hammer. I could eat no meats nor drink coffee and I had to stop smoking. My nerves became so upset that I could never Ret a good night's sleep. I was considerably off n strength, hart but little energy and couldn't take proper interest in anything; "I had tried to find something to correct my troubles, but nothing seemed to' reach my case. Finally I concluded to try Tanlac, and since taking It I feel like, a new man. I can eat Just anything, drink black coffee when I please and never have the least trouble with my tndiges tion. I sleep like a child and am feeling fine all the time. Tanlac has helped me wonderfully and it s a pleasure to recommend it." TaWac is Hold by the leading drug gists in every town. adv. run : i A War-Time 111 That's Spreading Hunt's Salve Cures It! RF in the war trench-s of Europe, a wave oi ora . nrv ITCH Is snreadlne "Ver 'he country. Th skin disease, history shows, has always prevailed, rni lowing wars and the concentration nf armies. It was common during the Civil War and following that con- flk-t. There was an epinemir nt me m-n ner Spanish-American War. Now history Is repeating Itself after. .the great European struggle. Returned soldiers and (We with whom fh r"n In contact will find a recognized remedy for the Itrh In Hunt's Salve, commonly known as "Hunt's Itch Cure." Many a veteran of the late 90'g will testlfv to Its meilts If directions Ore followed fi I'N'T'R PAI.vr, will prove a never- fal'lntr cure for all forms of the Ttrh. your druggist will tell you so. He sells t'UNT'S SALVE under a strict etiarantee to refund the pur chase price (7Sc) to nnv dissatisfied user. A Medfnrd. Oklahoma man. amort ' ousands who itswe HUNT'S SALVE, says: "Some people d'Ml'ke to rnll It the Itch hut rsndor remedies had totally f,ied. One box diseases and Is sold on our guarantaa , LINDEN CHRISTIANS TO GIVE XMAS EXERCISES The Linden Avenue Christian church Sunday school will hold their ChristmaH exercises Wednesday eve ning at 7:30 o'clock. The program will consist In an en tertainment of songs and readings appropriate to the occasion, followed by the arrival of Old Santa in all his Christmas togs with loads of good things for all present. Members of the school are request, ed 'to bring their gifts for the poot to the church on Wednesday eve ning. Distribution will be made the following day.. YEGGS GET $1,120. BLACKSBURQ, Va.. Dec. 22. Robbers Worked the combination of the safe In the Norfolk & Western railway station here and escaped with $1,120 In cash and securities. Electric Work Next to Ga$ Co. Telephone Main 13&8 WHITE STAR BICYCLE CO. Bicycle Repairs and Supplies Agent VALE, COLUMBIA. N L, RACYCLE AND WONDER BICYCLES Repair Work. Given Prnmnt Attention We CaU For and Deliver 58 S. Second St. , Memphis, Tenn. SALE OF COLLATERAL. Notice is hereby given that under the powers contained in note of H. A. Decker, dated January 7. 1920, payable to the order of the undersigned, in tha sum of five Jhousand ($5,000.00) dollars, there being a balance unpaid and past due thereon, the undersigned, will; at 12 o'clock noon, on FRIDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1920. In front of the Washington Oarage, at the southeast corner of Fourth, and Washington streets, in Memphis. Ten nessee, offer and 1 sell to the highest bidder for cash, for the satisfaction of said unpaid balance, the following de scribed personal property, .now stored by the undersigned in said Washing ton garage: One (I) Ranger truck and trailer, fac tory rigging No. 304, said truck being Motor No, 70877 N.-, and said traliiT being Mode! 8, factory No. 1. The proceeds of said saleitl! be ap plied as In said notes provided. This Dec. 20, 1920. BANK OF COMMERCE A TRUST CO.. By ti. A. THORNTON, Cailiier. M'KELltAR. KYSER & ALLEN. 1 Attorneys. . TRUSTEE'S SALE. Default having been made in the pay ment of the debts and obligations se cured to be paid m a certain deed of trust, executed the 19th day of Feb ruary, 1920, by J. O. Marshall and wife, Sallie Allen Marshall, to the under signed as trustee, as same appears of record in the office of the register of Shelby county, Tennessee, In Book 73, Page 113, and the owner of the debt secured having requested the under signed to advertise and sell the property secured by said deed of trust, this is to give rotieff, that we will, on ui'iiiiiitriii-iiiH hi id u ciuuk noon, ai ine 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 rash, the following de-:r!bed property, to-wit: Situated In Shelby county, Tennessee, as follows: In the city of Memphis. East 60 feet of lot No. 27. Section A of Speedway Terrace subdivision, being more par ticularly described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the north line of North Parkway with the west line of North Montgomery street: runs thence west with the, north line of North Parkway 60 feet; thence north parallel with North Montgomery street 205 feet to the south line of an alley: thence east with the south line of said alley 60 feet to the west line of North Montgomery street; thence south with said west line 205 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 onlv as trustee. BANK OF COMMERCE TRUST CO., Trustee, Bv S. J. SHEPHERD. Trust Officer. This December 16. 1920. NOTICE. BRY'S Xmas Sewing; machine club. Join now. Bry'8. v i NOTICE Auto painting, first-class monograms, firures, truck lettering, picture painting, McVay. Leave or- ders at 1172 Kney street cleaned and blocked. Adcock the Hat ter, eoutn peconq. wain aov. WEAR Hanan shoes. Finest on earth. E E E Shoe Co. LOST AND. FOUND. LOST Dark brow;rivelvet pi. with silver chSin, between Chllds restaurant and Oerber's store, or in Gerber's some time Tuesday. Contained a wedding ring, 'n cash and several Bry's "will tall" tickets. Liberal reward for re turn to ohs-hier at Chllds. STRAYED OR STOLEN One white male collie dog, light and brown ears; answers to the name of Fred. Return to 741 Walker avenue or phone Walnut 1994 and receive j-ewari. "COST OR STOLEN Light brown overcoat, bunch of keys from General hospital Sunday. Liberal reward. Hem. 3638. IjOST Gold watch fob. on Hullng 1 avenue between Main and Front. Call Main 2215. Reward. - LT"nr--BTinchf"kVys In Te'aThr"fiofP er. Call Mr. Moor, Main 19.".8. AUTOMOBILES. XUTOS FOB SALE. Ford Kadiators Repaired GENUINE FORD PARTS FvyRD PRICES. Universal Motor Car Co. AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER. 963 Union Ave. Memphis. Allen Parts For All Models. Warden Motor Sales Co. Distributors tor Allen Motor Csrs. Main 429. 19V Union Ave. REMOVAL NOTICE, The firm of Frank Flanlgan has no connection with The Owl. 122 Madison ave., and Is now permanently located at The Traders Garage, 60 8. Third at. Main Uii. ' r L'ShlJ Ford, in good condition, for sale cheap. - Dixie Aifto Specialty Co., 464 Monroe Ave. FIIRD. late model roadster? If you want a bargain, et this. - R. McCar- ter. M. 1609. . . DORT coupe for sale viraap. " accept other car in trade. M. Will 7769. Fowler AUTOMOBILES. AUTOS FOR SALE. The Namcplate Over the door means as much to the prospect ss the namrplate on the car. DODGE BROTHERS " ' REBUILT SEDAN (all new cord tires and new paint). .1,350.00 ' '" DODGE BROTHERS . REBUILT TOURING 850.09 DODGE BROTHERS REBUILT ROADSTER .... 87.00 DODOE BROTHERS REBUILT COMMERCIAL CAR 825.00 Condition, not price, makes a bargain. '. I TermsIf Desired ' Schlecht Motpr Sales Company 1011 Union Ave. Hem. 135. MEMBERS MEMPHIS AUTOMOBILE DEALERS' ASSOCIATION. Real Values in Good Used Cars That Will Make Ideal Xmas Gifts -,. 1920 Dodge roadster, practically, new; only driven 1,800 miles; 8996.00. 1910 Franklin touring, 5-passenger, completely rebuilt and guaranteed same as new one. Cord tires and bumpers; looks and runs like new; 1,575.00. 1920 Lexington 5-passenger oniy used 5 months: just like new and will re paint, this car any color desired, as the paint on hood is a little dull. The owner will guarantee this car. The price is ridiculous at $1,500.00. . We will make terms on any car men tioned above, or will take Ford in trade. This is not a junk sale, but good cars sold by a reliable dealer. Call me for demonstration. C. W. MORGAN. H. 6969. After 6 p.m., H. 22: Pauline and Eastmoreland, Franklin-Bender Motor Car Co. Used Ford Coupe Looks and runs like new.. Really this is a bargain. SEE ME AT ONCE. ROBT. G. CHAMBERS. Phone Hem. 6701. 963 Union Ave, New Ford Sedan Demonstrator ' Used only short while for, demonstrat ing only. Here is your chance to save $100. Act quickly. PHONE HEM. 5661. 963 UNION. AVE, 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. Chisea Garage 811 South Main St. REDUCED PRICES. Two-year Guaranteed Batteries. -V0lt 11-plate '. $25.00 12-volt - .16.00 Rebuilt batteries 12.60 BATTERY SERVICE CO. 217 Union Ave. Home of Good J3attej-les aCheap Prices FOR SALE Used motorcycles, all kinds, $1110 up.' Agents for naw Indian and Henderson. Repairs all kinds, mo torcycles and olcycles. . MEMPHIS MOTORCYCLE CO. S71 Madison S-PASHENGERLexlngton at a bar gain; new paint. A-1 condition through out. Call H M. Folaom, M. 429. After p.m., U. 1949-J. AUTOMOBILES. AUTOS FOR SALE Used Car Opportunities Ford sedan, all new tires and tubes $250.00 Ford' qoupe, with starter 100.00 Ford ."truck, express body 325.00 Model 38 Velie touring, all new tires 800 00 Terms if desired. Schlecht Motor Sales Company 1011 Union Ave. Hem. li.V FOR SALE One E-4 Bnick. 7-paa-aenger, new top. newly painted, good tires, $800. Matt L. Monaghan. Main M12. residence H. 1007-J. , AUTO 8UPPLIE8 AND HEPAIWS. FOFf'fntE "SERVICE Call Main 60-6060. NEWSUM AUTO TrRES "Newaum." Fourth and Monr. Kaln 60-6050, EMPLOYMENT. MALE HELP WANTED. WANTED. The Bry-Block Mercantile Company has openinga for buyers and buyers' assistants. Infants' Wear. Shirt Waists. Muslin Underwear. Children and Junior Wear. These positions are permanent Snd offer unusual opportunities. Write, stating in detail your experience and qualifications. Applications will be hrld in strict confidence and an inter view , will be arranged. Address W. J. Speck Merchandise Manager. ' BRY-BLOCK MERCANTILE CO. Memphis, Tenn. WANTED Able-bodied men to pre pare as firemen, brskemen. motormen, conductors, also1 colored sleeping car and train porters. $150-1260 month. Flrst-cla'ss standard roada near you. No strike: experience unnecessary. Write immediately for application blank and full particulars. Name posi tion wanted. Address Railway Insti- tute. Dept. 15, Indianapotls.Inrt " $$$HALARY$$$ "T" Ambitious men and women to qualify for high-grado positions. Few months required; thousands satisfied, success ful graduates. Bookkeeping, shorthand, typewriting, secretarial, cotton class ing. Investigate. Memphis Business College. Memphis. Tenn. TIEMAKERS White or co'ored; 7x8-7x9 pine. 25c; 6x8 oak. 80c; 7x8-7x9 oak. .15c. Stump Inspection; pay first and fifteenth. Board and lodging $1 per day or batch. Tentage cover and utensiH free. Com--missary at cost. " Hillside work. MEMPHIS EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. WANTED Men wishing positions firemen, brakemen, motormen. colored train porters, on large Tennessee roads, write Immediately for full Information; $150-$200 month? no experience neces sary. Inter Railway, Dept. 647, Indian apolis, Ind; ' WANTED Experienced shipping clerk. Give local references. State age. If employed, hy whom, and what salary expected. Address G 17. News Scimitar. MAGAZINE crew managers and six magazine salesmen to travel, 18 to 21 preferred. See Frederick, '213 Hotel Chisea. " FIREMEN, white brakemen, begin ners, $200. later $300 (which position?) Rai'wav, F 30. News Scimitar. FEMALE HELP WANTED. WANTED 100 Ladies Who Can Use r- Sewing Machines To join our Christmas Sewing Machine Club. $2.00 will send any sewing ma chine to your home during this special Christmas club. BRY'S FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU For Young Ladies. Yn-jng Women's Christian Association. n Af-i--- , s M'ii- WANTEP Good cook . w it l7 "refer ence?: room on place. Apply 158'. Uood bar place. " WANTEP Maid to stay nn place, rteferemes required. 1695 North Park way. Pem.66J2. SIX voting magaiine subscription ladies; travel. .See Mis. Frederick. 213 Hotel Chisea. WANTED At "once", flrsf-class" cof orcil rook. 240 S. Belvedere. "'WANTED First -class cook; morn" on place. Call Hem. 6130. WANTED -First-class cook; room. on p'.ac . Call Main 290. salesmen7and"a'oents. ""SALESMEN with Ford car, for IJ2L A profitable line which sells at sight. Call 456 Monroe avenue. LCATfONAX MUSICAL. DANCING. ORAM ATIc. PRIVATE Instructions In batlroo-M dancing. I guarantee my course. M $708. t FOR SALE. HOUSEHOLD OOODS. ALL KINDS retininhed furniture, rugfi. stoves etc . for sale. J. E. Davis Furnltii'-s Co . ?17 N. Maln. FOR SALE-New and used furniture. Graves Graves, 178-75 8. Main Su FOR SALE. HOUSE HOLO' GOODS. Furniture At lowest cash prices on liberal termt .0 rllabe customers. Fortas Furniture Co. , ' Second St. FORSALE-New and' second-hand LV1nl!.l!r .of. " kinds. ! N, Thiro. MUSICAL EQUIPMENTS. Latest Hits Broadway Blues Think of Me Little Paddy. Feather Your Nest And all other Infest hits for your phono graph. Chickering Warerooms 100 Madison Ave. Opp. Ooodwyn Inst. Latest Plaver Rolls B -" 1 few for Xmas. Chickejing Warerooms Opp. Ooodwyn Inst. BUSINESS EQUIPMENT. FOR SALE. Two meriluni-sise Iron safes. First class condition. Moving tn new loca tion. ' Price very reasonable. Can be seen any time. H. W. LKiOETTE OPTICAL CO. 108 Madison Ave. JMUSICAL EQUIPMENTS. FOR SALE Practically new upright piano. Very cheap for cash. M. 1492 or M. 1471. BUILDING MATERIALS. IRON, Wie and Steel Pldgeon Thnmaa Iron Co.. 61-83 N. Second and Main and Iowa Ave. Main 1600 FEED, SEED AND ORAIN. Christmas Presents Hand-painted singing canary birds. Yellow snd redhead parrots. Japanese fan -tailed comet snd plain goldfish. ' Canary, parrot and fish supplies. South 's Oldest Seed House Otto Schwill & Co. 10 S. Front St. LIVE STOCK. HORSES, mules and cows for saU. Easy payments. W. Kline. Kentucky and Speedway. Phone Wal. 165. MISCELLANEOUS FOP. SALE. Christmas Presents v Gold Fish . 10c up, with beautiful bowl or aqua rium. Csstle and aea shells complete from 75o up. The most beautiful pres ent you could five. Otto Schwill & Co. ' THE 80UTH S OLDEST 8EED HOUSE. 10 South Front St. V ATTENTION. HOME OWNERS. We have a limited number I extra select paper shell pecan trees. Shade trees enhance the value of your prop erty. Combine beautifying your grounda with business. One tree should bear 100 pounds of pecans annually. They are now selling at $1.00 per pound. They are planted by ourstree expert. Call ui up and learn the new way. We are up-to-the-minute. Tel. Walnut 451-X2. FOR SALE Pony with excellent qualities. Also, harness and wagon. Call 271 Court. YOU will always find a bargain in our bargain baaement. FEE Shoe Co. FOR SALE Lunchroom; good reason for selling. 238 Poplar. SWAPPERS COLUMN. WE HAVE clients who will exchange good farms for your city income prop erty; will take up mortgage and revert back on land If satisfactory. THE SOUTHWESTERN REAL ESTATE CO. 108 Monroe Ave. Main 1385. WANTED TO PURCHASE, JUNK. Wanted Wanted Cash paid for all kinds of second hand furniture. Phone Main 2064 SCRAP IRON, metals, rubber, paper stock. W pay spot caah for them. H. Blockman tc Co... new location corner Overton and N. Front. M. 165S. SCRAP IRON, metnla and all kinda of Junk and aecond-hand machinery. Write' ua for quotatlona. F. Perlmsn & Co. GOLD. SILVER. ANTIQUES. OLD gold, pearla and diamond! wanted. Highest caah prices paid. JULIUS GOODMAN. L.8Hy,-?'!L,! . OLD gold and silver, cash or ex change. Mullird Jewelry Co.. 6 S. Main. MISCELLANEOUS. WHAT becomes of vour second-hand clothes? J. Schnitzel buva them. 271 Poplar. Malnl278 HIGHEST "cash" prices ps'ld for ail kinds of aecond-hand furniture, stoves, etc. Phone Main 7885 Commlsion Fur nlture Co.36fl North Main St. $l6",oi)0 WORTH of firnlture wanted. Hiphest cash prices paid. Scott-Kelly Furniture Co , 125 North Main street, inione Main 2427. WANTED Small nteamer n-arurobe trunk, second-hand. Rood condition. Win, O. Hossner. 17 SMiln street. WE pay highest caMi prices for aec"-ond-hand fmnltu'e. English Furn. Co., 293 N.Main. Phone M.iinjt84 . v CLOTHES" HANOEKS Truck will callfor any number. Min 1010. "ROO MS A ND BOARD. .R.99FORE NT- THREE connecting roo-ns. unfurnish ed, one furnished front room, with or wi'hout board. 242 N. Manaatss st. FOR RENT Nlcelv" furnished front room for couple, ladles or gentlemen employed. Hemlock 4483 LOVELY room for rent, with kitchen privilege; private home; reasonable. Call Hemlock M6-W. " FURNISHED rooms." "double and single, for gentlemen; reference If re oulred 15? PP'ar THREE light housekeeping rooms In private home, 272 South Wellington. Main J9-W. ROOMS for nice peop'e: reasonable. 282 Adams, phone M. 6782-W. 160 N." HKf'flXn-Houkee"ping and sleeping rooms', furnished. ROOM A ND BOARD." VOl'Ni; man wanted to share room and bontd with anotiier. private home, steam h"ated wi!tn; congenial peo ple; ,-xce'l nt hoard. $50 per month 883 Washington 3821-J. ROOM and hoMrd in private home, for men onlv. 287 South IudcrdalG. Phone M 6757-.I. GOOD room and board. 2102 Vinton! REAL ESTATE FOR RENT. HOUSES FOfl BENT. LIST vour rental nronertv wit-, us. Sprla'lt on collection CHURCHILL RENTAL AOENCY 88 Madlaon, Cor, Main. " STORES'aNP WABEtUSEST FOR RENT. Entire second floor, 25x75. Byrd B'.dg. (Main and Madison.) Apply HATTKNPORf'B. 4S. M . iln St. FOR RENT 6iie nice store building; 8 small farms to partle able to fur nish se'f Address O 1.1. News Scimitar LARGE floor aps-e In modern build ing, terond floor. 2J7 Court ave. Apply Goodlett Co., 421 Falla Bldg. " ON'e nice," la rge 'office. Arply'Goortleti Co.. 421 Falls Bldg. . APARTMENTS AND FLATS. "" YV RN IS I El t wo- room a part men t . 675 Pontotoc Main3718. REALT ESTATE FOR SALE. CI TV Pl"!t-B)f V THOMPSON s METCALF. Realtors. Vam 947. 420 Exchange Bldg. A home on Peabody. near Belvedere. Handsome two-story stone house; hot vnler heat, hardwood throughout: 3 dnrdy bedrooms and sleeping porch: 'nundry It, basement; ! servants' room' and garage. Price $8,600, wth $.'.cM rnsh and $30 per month. No loan This nil Just a dream. We have the house a ("escribed, though, and the prl e em terms are right. A Merry Christ m.ts and a Happy New Year to ail our ftltnua and clients, paat, present an! protective. THOMPSON ft METCALF. Main 947. 420 Exchange Bldg. TOR SALE OR RENT. 119 Latham St. I own this and am going to give you a big bargain at $3,600. with $250 down and $30 a month, or will rent for $40 as It la. See me quick on this; 6 rooms, bath, gas and electric lights. Another big bargain at 1195 Patton for $2,600. with 8150 and $20 a month or will rent for $26 a month. Colored investor, look at 2054 York avenue, at $1,760. with $250 down and $25 a month. Can make a fortune there running a coal and wood yard. I have $2,100 worth first mortgage notes I will sell for $1,800; well aecured. On all the rve apply 154 North Main or phone Htm. 6112-W. FOR SALE OR TRADE. Five-room Irottage In North Mem phis; block from car line: will take automobile for equity, balance easy. R. B. DRAPER. Main 7310. CALL MAIN 1810. Hers is a large 6 -room cottage that you can 'move right Into for a cash payment of only $500. Has 1 large ele gant bedrooms; In first-class condi tion Inside and out; large bathroom; nicely decorated. In a first-class lo cation, on a good, wide paved street. The price Is onlv $4,900; $500 cash. M. O. SOUTH. B. F. WHsJTEN, J. A. HALEY. Main 1180. 22 American Bank Bldg. $6,(00. Five-room bungalow in southern part of city, close in. Will sell on terms or trade for auto. C. A. Darwin. SCHEVENELL CO. Real Estate and Insurance. Main 7380. Realtors. " cotta"g1! $4,500. A little farm within the city limits: haa five large rooms and hall: lot 68x 365; also electric lights, gas and bath. We consider this a real bargain. Can make reasonable terms. V. C. Moseley. COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY. 406 Central Bank Bldg. Main 2322 or Hemlock 2980-J. CALL MAIN 1880. Six-room brick and stucco bunga low, close to East End car line. Price $6,500: terms $1,000 cash, balance $60 per month. M. O. SOUTH. B. F. WHITTEN, J. A. HALEY. 22 American Bank Bldg. The Interstate Realty Co. "Realtors" City Property Farm Lands. Good bar Bldg. M B224 s.ndS225 FIVE-ROOM" cottage, new. $1,500; 1100 cash. 135 month. Four-room cottage. 13.000; small caah payment; Highland Helghta. Five-room cottage, Blnghamton. $2,750; $200 cash, $20 month. Jim.5921. Burgess. IF YOU want to buy. sal) or trade your real estate, see G. D. Hook & Co. Lee Bldg. Main 688. REAL ESTATE If you are ip the market for a home or have property ma i teally ought to sell, see Rouah, ' -f,t Wst'ev 67 Madison. "HOLVED"Th"e housing probiemT7 Prn-Slste cottages. CHURCHILL 'COMPANY. Agents, 81 Msdlson Avenue. WAULl.Nu iw.s tftvoa. Real Estate. 71 Madison Ave. Phone Msln ttJ FOR FARMS AND ACREAGE SKK RALPH ORAHAM. 121 S. COURT. M. 7' i i.r vo" property with B J CAMP BELL & CO.. Inc.. Realtors. 31 Souilt MalnSt PoneMan 71 1 " REALTY "bargains. Main " 1386 signi fies the door of opportunity In realty bargains F. W. Faxon A Co. ueo. 1;la.ncock. " Ken I Estate Phone Mam j4X No I South Main St LIST your pioperty with Sid A Guy" He has a hu er for It. Call Main 2,' or room 8. 110-Madison Ave WANTED re ALEST ATE. LIST your city residence, business and suburban property, plantations and timber lands with THE SOUTHWESTERN REAL ESTATE CO., Pi8 Monroe Avenue. Main 138.1 WANTED TO BUY REAL ESTATE Will trade good car for your vacant lot or your equity. Address D. C. V., Box 827.CUy. 8ID"a. aV. Main 2676." has" buyer, for your property. List with him for miles results FINANCIAL. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. BUSINESS opportunity. The "best authorities predict s revival of bul ness early In January A larsr- Chicago manufacturing romrany offers you 'he opcrtunlty to establish s pennane:it profitable business In M? minis snd ether Southern territory, i-ll or write M E. Scott. Pesbody Hotl. FOR" SALE- Clfe worth $1,500! Will take $75n eii. Going at a bargain. 648 South Main street. '" FOR " S ALE$6.000 'stock In Tom James Oil Company. Address C 12, News Scimitar. , MONEY TO LOAN. LOANS AT 5 TER CENT. fn furniture, pianos. Liberty bonds and other personal property. Payments arranged to suit your convenience. Immediate negotiations. MEMPHIS SECURITY CO. 4 8 N Second St. Phone M 1767. LIBERAL LOANS ON DIAMONDS. Roods. War Stamps. Rates aa low as 1. 2 and $ per cent. Hanking methods onlv employed. S KKIEHLANiiLR INVESTMENT CO. (Successors to Crescent Loan Co. 8th Fjoor Exchange Bldg. rtoom 860. "WE LEND" MONEY on prima resi dence snd business property In Mem phis. Turley-liullington Mortgage Co.. 107 S. Court Ave. 27busines3viceZ BU'LDTnQ AND CONTRACTORS. EXPERT ROOF REPAIRING And painting. There is no roof too difficult for me to repair. Leaks guar anteed aitaitist reappearing; also high est graoe or re-covertng. i-ricea rea sonable. RERT L. HARTWELL. 362Vance. Main 7444-J. FLOORS FLOORS. New floors laid, surfaced and fin ished. Old floors and stair treads r flnlshed a specialty, with electrto sand ing machines. Call J. E. Horner, Mala 4481 205 South Wellington. I DESIGN attractive modern homes (hat will pleaae you. Let me call snd talk It over with you. Box 16, Blng harrton. I NT E R N A fib N A C ROO FTNO" 5"oT Roofs painted $1.00 q. ft. Gutters, val. leyways painted. General roofing. Hero. 1161. ROOF PA I NTfNO and repairing, lay Ing of aaphslt shingles and roll paper. Call M.!990-J. FOR carpentering, remodllng. cabi nets or fixtures, call Wal. 2101-W. MOVING, HAULING. AND STORAGE. IT'S K1KL-PROOF Household goods, planoa and office furniture stored, lacked and moved. Inspect our plant efore storing. O. K. Storage and Transfer Co 161-166 Jefferson, M. 1400; PUIILIC hauling of all kinds on Psck srd motor trucks; prompt service; rea sonable rates. Call Packard Motor Transportation Co. Hem. 948. HOUSE moving and raising; special attention given to out-of-town work. J. W. Linton. 17$ W. CarollLA. Fbons M. 9231. TEAMS for hire for grading, hauling, etc. Phone Hemlock 6071. IEPAmiNO. W. HTlEB, sewed "half soles. 11 S? whole soles and heels, $1.00. PhonS Ma I n $ 7$ L 11 Washln gton avenue. SEWED half soles, $1 to $176; whole soles and heels. $1 to 11.60. Liberty Shoe isnop. nss H. Main St. I up ho Wal. refj n lah your furniture. 186S-J. FOR floor reflnlshlnar and wall oaoer cleaning call M. Phillips. H. 1-19T. RENOVATING. Old Mattresses Made New Special Price for 10 Days DAVENPORT MATTRESS CO. Wslnot 1767. OLD MATTRESSES MADE MEW. lowest Prices. SUPERIOR RENOVATING CO, Call Main 2051. lE?fD your" hats to JAMESWTTfT at u. ine original hatters. 169 South Third St., Memphis, Tenn. Special st- tention 10 man ora era. OLD mattresses-made new. Mat tress Renovating Co. Call and deliver. Main 7368. 230 Vanoa. paTnti n oTan p "decorating;: ' PAiNTlMj dons; bids cheerfully given: drop postal or call painter st 1163 Race at., near cor. Mississippi sad McLemore. CALL us, ws save you tn prices, best paper and painting free; we serve you Immediately. t Walnut 2548-J. . HAVE your painting done with spray. Freed and satisfaction guaranteed. Phone Maln1767-J. . HEATINO Haretlrk Heating Ho. Steam snd hot water heating. 221 Jef ferson. M. 1970. - PAPER hanging $5 per room and up. W. D. Webb. 234 Vance. Phone U. 7956-J. PAINTING AND DEdORATTNtT J. H. Parish. Main 1298. Mem. 1464. ROO"F painting alidrepalrin. Pay sfterralntest. Main 2991-J. "ROOFS painted and repaired by aa expert. Main 134T. HAIR DRESSING. RaSTENS Beauty Parlor offers prompt snd expert service 13 B. Mais St.. second floor. Phone ML. 9209. LOCKSMITH 8. SAFE AND LOCK EXPERSWe have two of the moat capable experts In the South. Their services are avail able on short notice at any hour of the day or night to open or repair safes. Bank work a specialty. Orgill Bros. A Co. CLEANING, PRESSING. TAILORING. CARPET CLEANING MEMPHIS STEAM CARPET CLEANERS. 636 Main. 961 snd 970 Jackson Ave. DETECTIVES. . T)ETECf IVF, AGENCY 5'HaTer be tActive Agency, second floor North Memphis Savings Bank. ESSMAKIN QA N DM I L UN E R V7" HEMstlfCHING by experienced op erator; service very prompt. Special at tention mall orders. Mrs. Brackett. 1911 Young. Hemlock 8811. PLAIN sewing done at reasonable prices 163 Monroe. SEWING MACHINES. SEWING MACHINES repaired, any ma'te. rsnted. sold; old machines es rhsnged, club plsn. T. E. Pelsslnger 4s Co.. 1 North Main. M. 1719. PERSONAL. DON'T be elck. Miracle water cures rheumatism, fevtrs, ml'k'eg, enema, female weakness, urinary troubles. Makes nrw blood Good salary to genta. Box176. Elkfon.'a: WHY be jean or In poor health, when Mitam water will restor you to health and make you fat ti a pig? $1 bottles 3 wee):a treatment. Sold and recoia inendd by Washbutn-Lyle Dnig Co. LEAPS to" speak modern languages Italian, French, Spanish. Prof. Ds Romunldo Abballe will mal e no charge for tne fi'M .1-sson. Call 111 Court ave., or phone Main 6615. KEYS o! all kinds made. Safes opened ami repaired. Door closers put on and repaired WEBSTER'S. INC Main 2H. 71 Monroe Ave. HEMSTITCHING by experienced "opi erator. Prompt service Specialty on trail orders Mrs. Threlkeld. 1991 Lla den ave. Hem. 1479-W. OROANPIE and voile dresses made to order First -clase ork. Mm. F. B. I'lniborne. 737 Adams are. Phone 1L 6781 I WILL draw plans for bungalows and residences for half what others charge. Call Walnut2101-W. SHAPE trees. Mernphta Shade Tree Co. E. IV Williamson, Manager. Kransio'i Hotel, Main 33 " HA KPWOnn "FLOORS of all grades,' Old floors made new. Phone Main J296. D E. Cunningham. HEMSTITCHING machine to operate on shares: splendid location; A-1 refer ence Address B 14. News Scimitar. irF.INEMANN'S"lair(l r" Breaks Up Colds. All Drug Stores. !5c snd BOc, FLORIST, landscape "gardener, anil fe'tillier, flower boxes. N. H. Jaquette, 1830 Lamar Boulevard. FIRST-CLASS dressmaking. Silk and madras shirts a speclslty. Wal. J042-J. EXPERT BEAUTY CUtttRl' W6"SE Mnrcel waving. Call Main 2167-J. FORM a mlnlsfure club; get yours free. eannnrk Artist. U Byrd Bldg. DRIVERS taken to dreaa dolla or hand-mads articles. Ham. IllsVX K wns