LET THE GAZETTE
Work for You Night and Day
If You Want to Buy or Sell Anything Call No. 7
1 For Results
For Sale?Del Ray, six rooms and
bath, large lot size 51x180. Pas
session given in 30 days. Price $2,
750. Graham and Ogden. 95-tf.
We manufacture and repair automo
bile radiators. We are the only
experts in State of Virginia. A'l
work, promprbly attended to and
guaranteed. Express paid one
way. Ida Auto Radiator Rep.,
Alexandria, Va., 101 S. Fayette
FOR RENT?Furnished rooms for
rent for men only. Apply to 115
Prince street. .108-lipo.
One good heavy delivery wagon, for
sale, cheap. Aipply to Swift and
Co., Trince and Union streets.
. PRIVATE SALE
Household Furniture of James Roche,
707 King Street
Parlcr, beautiful dining room set,
kitchen furniture, cooking utensils,
bed room furniture and bed clothing,
migs, t'abflete, china and glassware'.
Can be seen any time during day at
707 Kin^ street. Will be sold at a sac
rifice* . 114-7t.
The Economy Shop?Pure country
butter, 55c lb.; fresh eggs, 50c doz.;
Ham, -10c lb.; 100 lb. sack sugar
$0.65; fancy shoulders, 30c lb. J. E.
Purcell, 117 South Henry street.
Phone 567W, 115-3t
Wanted?Men's second-hand cloth- I
img and shoes, call or write Wolf
sen, the tailor, 106 north Fairfax
i-treet. Cleaning, pressing and re
jiajring work cure while you wait.
somely furnished, immediate posses
sion, spacious floi-at ground's, refin- .
ed locality for people of quality. .
Best references required. Rent from
$S.00 to $16.00 Weekly. Agnew J
Court Apartment Hotel, 310 South
Pitt street. 115-4t.
Lost?A building association book,
v since March 21, 1910. Finder please
return to 513 South Henry street.
Wanted?Young man in the Jewelry
repairing department. Good salary
Castlebergs. 035 Pa. Ave., N. W.,
Washington, D. C. n5-3t
FOR RENT Apartment for rent,
four rooms and bath. Apply at
Rosenfeld's Dry G"ods Store, 518
King street.- 115-4t.
FOR RENT?Centrally located three
story attractive brick dwelling
containing-ten rooms, two baths
and modern improvements, hand
somely furnished. Large lot and
side yard and porch. Rent $125
a month. Address Box 100, care
of Gazette Office. 115-3t
LOST?On May 13, at night, be
tween Alexandria and Washing
ton, one card case, 1010 pass. Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Dyer. 2 one dollar
bills, some 'old passes and other
valuable papers $5. Reward if
returned io L. M. Dyer, T. O. Box
WANTED?A good second hand iron
safe .in No. 1 condition. A. W.
Devers. .1.23 South Fairfax street.
FISH DAY TOMORROW.
Hoe and buck shad, steak cod. sea
ba>*s. butter fish, Jersey trout, large
Potomac herring, clams 30 cents a
dozen. Sanitary Fish Market, City |
sMarkrt, Stall No. 2. Ph^ne 735.
Open till 5 p. m. J. 11. Robinson.
FOR RENT?Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; also two
unfurnished rooms suitable for
light housekeeping. Call after 6
p. m., at 424 North Peyton street.
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of the late Douglas
Stutirt, this is to notify all persons
having claims against said estate to
present their statement properly cer
tified for settlement. All persons in
debted to the deceased will please set
RICHARD B. WASHINGTON esq
Of Desirable Presidential Property
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
dat^d May 2nd, 1919 and recorded in
Deed Book No. 62, page 553 of the
Alexandria City Land Records, dc
fault having been made in the pay
ment of the indebtedness secured
thereby and being requested so to do
by the holder of the principal note so
secured, the undersigned will sell at
public auction, to the highest bidder,
in front of the Royal Street entrance
of the Market House in the City of
A.exandria, Virginia on SATURDAY,
MAY 2<lth., 1919, at 12 oclock no<>n,
the following described real estate:
All that lot of ground with the
buildings and improvements thereon j
situated in the City of Alexandria,
Virginia, and bounded and describ
ed as follows?Beginning on the west
side of Pitt Street at a point 85 feet,
more or less, north of Duke street,
running thence north on Pitt straet
15 feet 10 inches, more or less, to the
center of the. partition wall between
this house and the house adjoining
on the north, runnng thence west
parallel to Duke Street 100 feet;
thence south 15 feet 10 inches, more
or less; thence east 100 feet, more or
less, to the point of beginning, to
gether with all rights and appurten
ances to the same belonging or in
anywise appertaining, being known
and designated as No. 227 South
Terms of Sale?Cash Conveyancing
at. the cost of the purchaser.
HARRY B. CATON,
THOUGHT DEAD; IS ALIVE
Soldier Conies Home And Calls Sis
ter on Telephone
Emporia, Kan., May 15.?When
Mrs. Clayton Childers, of Emporia,
was called to the telephone at 5
o'clock one morning recently, a
voice she thought she recognized
asked her what were the chances for
getting something to oat, and then
she was sure she recognized the
voice. It was her brother, Charles
Brown, of whose death Mrs. Childers
received official notification last au
This report afterward was dis
puted, and later a letter came from4
young Brown, dated January 1(>.
This was the last time Mrs. Childers
had hoard from him, and at that
time he was in a hospital suffering
from gunshot wounds.
Another brother of Mrs. Childer?
was killed in action in France, and
another has returned and is at work
Tte Most Powerful Tonic Known
YOUR DOCTOR PRESCRIBES
for weak, nervous, run-down
people bccause it is the greatest
blood purifier and strengthener known.
Complete directions for it3 use in treat
ing at home the various diseases grow
ing out of blood, kidney and stomach
troubles accompany every bottle.
A. I. M. is liquid, therefore stronger,
take half teaspoonful in water three
times a day.
Get a bottle today of A-I-M (Acid
Iron Mineral) at your druggist or will
be inailcd upon, rcceipt of price
Edgar Warfield, jr.. and
other leading druggists.
aaawEg?jcacMt-i iwjmaawm >8
Yon can't export weak In-.b.-751 tc
filter the acids and poisons out yoar
system unVpss they arc given a lit; 1? help
Don't allow them to boco::ie *:! x-xse-2
when a little attention ?.w v.:' pre
vent it. Don't try/to ehe&o ratu.o.
As toon u?. you commence to
backaches, feel nervous and tired, < ::v
BUSY. These arc usually warn
that your kidneys arc aai working
Do not detay a minute. Go after
ciuso of your aikcents or you
yourself in tha arlp of nn incur tihi 5 a
esse. GOTJDUCJDATj Haarlcr: 01 r:. -
sales wiH giro rdmos*: i3.vnc-ir.tc v. ???'
frora kidney trc.-:i>los. OCX*
AL Henrlem Oil Cipstde?. wiH <:?.
the work. Tb.ev are ;jf? pars crirrir.".
lem Oil Capsules itnorvncl di~eet
the laboratories in Haarlem. viol
Ask your drugsist for GOLD
>Ali- and accent no
ws: for the naine GOLD Ivl&DAL on
every bos. ubree sires, g-.-pueitr..- ? \
Money refunded if they do nuicklj
help ycu,^ .
GIRL DROPS DEAD AT SOCIAL
Ruth Ellen Darby, 16, of 27
Quincy place northwest, Washington,
dropped dead last night 4 while at a
[ social at the Eckington Presbyterian
Church, North Capitol and Q streets
Witnesses stated th^t Miss Darby
seemed in tihe ibest of spirits and
was talking animately wften she
suddenly keeled over.
Before medical aid could be sum
moned she was (lead. Cgror.er Nev
itt issued a certificate of death from
.fioart failure. The body was re
moved to the home of her parents.
TABOO BUSTS IN BERLIN
Municipal Council Would Remove Sta
tues of the Dethroned Hohen
Marble busts, paintings', lithographs
and ehromos calculated to keep preen
the memories of the dethroned Hohen
g - ==
Heal Skin Diseases
It is unnecessary for you to suffer
and similar skin troubles. Zemo, ob?
tained at any drug store for 35c, or
$1.00 for extra large bottle, and prompt
ly applied will usually give instant relief
from itching torture. It cleanses and
soothes the skin and heals quickly and
effectively most s!lin diseases.
Zemo is a wonderful, penetrating,
disappearing liquid and is soothing to
the most delicate skin. It is not greasy,
is easily applied and costs little. Get
it today and save all further distress.
The E. W. Roce Co., Cleveland, Q.
zoUerris are to be removed from public
administration, buildings, schools and
other official premises in Berlin as a
result of ,the resolution adopted by
the Municipal Counr.il.
The debate on. the mo'tion, intro
duced by both Socialistic factions,
evoked a sharp protest from bour-|
geois parties against the proposed I
iconociaam, especially as Chief Magss-j
trate Wermuth, contrary to expec-1
tntions, announced his willingness to j
accede to radicals' wisfties, declaring j
[ that the walls of public buildings'
should only be adorned with symbols
of the prevailing authority of the
State instead of those bygone rulers.
He begged the Council to repose suf
ficient confifdence in his ability to per
form an embarrassing duty with
needed delicacy and tact.
The Democratic Deputies attempt
ed to shame the radicals by telling
them that even the French refused to
stoop so low as to remove the like
ness of the Bourbons and that N4
poleon's tomb was stall a xevercd
E OLD RELIABLE
Por purity, digestibility and that fine
even texture and delicacy of home baking,
for which all good cooks are praised, use
Rumford. Always of uniform strength
and means household economy.
I PROTOX PURE GMJND MEAT SCRAPS |
Teleohone or Write I's for Descriptive Book.
ALEXANDRIA FERTILIZLR & CEEMCAL COMPANY
ALEXANDRIA MARKET COMPANY
115-117 NORTH ROYAL STREET
FRESH AND SALT MEATS, STAPLES AND FANCY GROCERIES, FRUITS,
VEGETABLES AND PRODUCE.
Specials for Friday & Saturday
jtfuy Quaker Oats now and get the Aluminum Cooker.
Small package 12c
Country Butter, lb 55c
Macaroni, Spaghetti or Noodles 3 pkgs.
for**: ?. 20c
Fresh4Eggs, doz 48c
2 cans Tomatoes 25c
2 cans Peas 25c
2 cans Corn ..., 25c
2 cans Kraut 25c
Eagle Brand Milk 23c
Syrup, per can 12c
Lima Beans per qt 23c
Campbell's Baked Beans 2 cans .. 25c
15 lb. sack Flour
12 lb. sack Flour
Our Special Coffee
Best Moynne Tea
Pure Lard ? ?
Best Lamb, Veal and Beef
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday'
May 19, 20 and 21 Only
Either of These
They Fry, Toast, Boil and Broil
ALL IN ONE OPERATION. USE IT FOR
BREAKFAST. SEE THEM IN
This coupon must accompany each purchase. One coupon and grill to one
family and must be a current user of the
E Co. <
524 KING STREET.
This will enfille nio to purchase one
Electric f*ri!l?sells for S9.50?lor S7.0C |l
when I have properly filled in the below.
ALEXANDRIA CO. LIGHTING CO.
i'J M!ffe? fS
Fy man who can
fjo the minute is
rwith an accurate
may mean money
To know that you can
five minutes and still
le on time. You cannot be
certain of this unless you
have a good watch. We have
just the watch for you.
?3 <a i
- W e Have a Number of
W7*?r% 13 Q A J in
Si i i fjk 1 , li,
* * * ?% kJ JTk. &J UJ
Some of which can be purchased on exceptionally
easy terms. We also have a number of unimproved
lots suitable for building purposes.
127 North Fairfax Street
Adjoining the Chamber of Commerce
. Real Estate Insurance
of every description of every kind
BURKE cc HERBERT, Bankers
High Grade Investment Bonds 1st Mortgages on ;
Deposits Received Subject to Check 3 per cent, paid
on Savings Deposits. Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent.
Letters of Credit and Travelers Express Cheques, j
^ " 81
Our Government Asked the
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
$198,600.00 Victory Loan Notes
Our Patriotic Customers Subscribed to
8226,000.00 Through Us.
We desire to express our appreciation of the
hearty co-operation of our patrons in their prompt
response to our country's call.
The Citizens National Bank
Resources Over $2,400,000.00
COAL.LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL!
i- ?% i
We do not know what the price of co?J
wi'l be next Fall^and Winter, as the retail
price is governed by the pricc at the mines
and the ijc:igh:. -.
Our in*?.' istadding of the present program
i.-: that AnLhi'ucitefcoal will advance ten cents
a. t'.'U a month froia May 1st to September 1st,
and although we think this program will
probably be carried out yet we are not sure
We do know that THE MINES CANNOT
PRODUCE, THE RAILROADS CANNOT
ilAl?y aND THE DEALERS CANNOT
,IfA-^?IVE nearly enough coal during the Fall
TT inter monthsto. take care o: ail ordinary
Vr.jjCiicr s demand.
- ? This means that conl v:l]\ have to be
mined, Transported and delivered during the
Spring and Summer to avoid a serious short
age next Fall and .Winter.
We advise our" customers to take these
facts into consideration and order a reason
able supply of coal now.
W. A. SM90T & CO., inc.
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