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LET THE GAZETTE
Classified Columns
Work for You Night and Day
If You Want to Buy or Sell Anything Call No. 7
For Results ^
WANTED?First class sales
man for our Men's Store,
one with experience and
well recommended. SWAN
BROS. 244-3c
WANTED?A hustler, one w'no will j
be on the job all the time, must j
be well acquainted with the city.,
Anywhere from 30 to 50 years, j
Good salary to start with, and an ,
increase as soon as work justi- j
fies. A. H. Agnew, Real Estate j
Sales, 624 King Street. 24-1-3c. j
WANTED?A pood reliable woman]
for general housework in .small
family. Apply 207 Jforth Colum
bus street. 246-2p
. 1
WANTED?Furnished or uniurn-j
ished apartment. Address Apart-J
ment care of Gazette Office. 2 l5-2c ;
WANTED?Young couple desires
two or three rooms, must be mod
ern and located in Alexandria. |
Address I'ox B, Care of Gazette |
Office. 228-tf.
YOUNG LADY?Wishes position as
saleslady in department -store. Ap
ply or writs A. F. Sudduth, 113
South Fairfax Street. 216-2p
FOR RENT?A house at 325 north
"Colum'hus street, 6 rooms an'I
good dry cellar. Apply 331 North
Columbus street. 210-1 p
FOR RENT?Three furnished room*
<for light housekeeping. Possesion
given after October 21. Apply j
201 Duke street. 2
FOR RENT?Two rooms, best loca
tion, electricity, hot'water heat,
and all modern conveniences, pri
vate bath; gentlemen only. Refer
ences required. 'Address ^
Care of Gazette Office. 2h?-ti
FOR RENT?At Wellington Villa,
on Mour.t Vernon car Vine,
a new bungalow, 7 rooms and
bath, nicely furnished. All mod
ern conveniences, hot air heat. tw<
acres of ground. Call 07('?-N\<'? be
tween 8 and 10 a. m. or <5 and S
p. m.
FOR RENT--Funv>iird room in
private family, heat, rath am.
dcetric"Nirbts. One or two gentle
men, 1102 King street. 2-l'i-3p
j.'OR RENT?Two furni hed rooms.
Apply at 701 North Columbus
Street. * 2-14-3 p
FOR RENT?Two rooms modern
location, electricity, hot water
heat and :i!l modern conveniences.
References required. Address <
Care of Gazette Office. 21 l-tf.
FOR RENT?At 120 Wolfe street,
corner Pitt furnished rooms,
single or ensuit, with every conven
ience for home comforts, double
beds, kept spotlessly clean, six
baths, an abundance of hot water.
Those looking for home comforts
please call. 228-20p
WANTED?Seven or eight room
house by the flrst of November.
Suburbs preferred. Smaller house
considered. Address 'T>. <>? One
of Gazette.
WANTED?Modern* apartment. W'.ll
pay go6?l price for.same. Address
Box R. Care of Gazette Office.
228-tf
KEA1, KST.VTK FOR SALE
702 7" I 7tM> "11<S 710 and 718 North
Columbus street. Six room frame
dwellings "with u;.s. electricity and
s^weis connections. Lach $2,000.00.
323 325 :;_'T Soui'h Patrick street,
each 81.H0o.oo.
216 North 1' 11 street, six room,
bath and basement, brick dwelling.
.Just rain red ami painted. A No. 1
condition. I'riee s:i.7">o.mt.
ion:} Duke Street, S2.H00.00.
1110 Duke Street. *5,000.00.
".27 North Columbus S-r. ?. 82.000.
Any < f the above dwel"?:?<!> e:u<. be
bought on easy terni>.
For the benefit of our patrons
who are busy through the day we
will he open from 7:30 to p. :n..
daily, except Sunday.
WALTER K- HANDY Ce..
Corner Royal and Trir.ee Si>.
Alexandria, Va. Plume UWl
FOR SALE?Desirable lot in Brail
dock, 3-4 acre on top of nil!, good
. investment or for home. Reason
afblt price for immediate sale. A !
dress R. E. S. Apartment No.
414 Duke street, or phone *1^-.
after 7 p. m. - ' 1 -
FOR SALE?Store and dwelling at
northwest corner of Gibbon and
-.St. Asaph streets. For price and
terms apply to M. 1. Pwyer,
Alexandria, Gazette. 241-6c.
FOR SALE?Six room brick, gas
light, good location. Owner leav
ity city will sell for $2250. Graham
and Ogden. 241-tf
FOR SALE?In J)el Ray, seven room
bath, electric lights, fine condi
tion. Price, $4,000. Graham and
Ogden. 241-tf.
FOR SAI-E?Hot air furnace (with
pipes), cheap. Richard II. Brooke,
72.'J South Fairfax street. 211-op
FOR SALE?Hiill of racing launch,
cedar, and cheap for cash. 220
North Patrick Street. 21(5-1 p
FOR SALE?Square piano in good
condition, cheap. Apply 20:5 South
Royal street. 2-Hi-lp
FOR SALT? Glass from a 70 foot
green house, either with or with
ou't%'ou'bk'' glazed sash. :M. L.
Horner, C12 King street. Phone
600. 2 !(?-"<?
FOR SAI E?To wind up ah estate.
Stcro room and two apartments
above- ?"?Hi ."21 King Street, Alex
andria, Va. Good opportunity to
acMiiiro your own store building
and stop paying writ, procuring
at thv same time a regular in
ci-nie from renting the apart
ment.?. Exceptionally well loca
ted for catering to transient seek
ing furnished rooms. Now under
itas.e 'Can give possession Junu
uary 1st. For price, address ('
1'. Mr hood. Ext eutor, l>ox l!'^
Lynchburg. Va. 2<10?-10p
LOST-Friday, gentleman's gold
walrh: 1 iberal reward if returne 1
to R< msehel's 121 North Fairfax
Street. 2-1H-2c.
For Sale
I>(.? you contemplate building a g:ir
vg.-V I have the best location n the
?ily f?r the purpose, only one Work
from King street.
FACTORV SITES
I hav: two fine locations for wrii
house or factory on Union St.. Ihcse
ire almost the only properties of this
?haractcr, and will nor. remain unso'd
for any length uf time.
l!e;.ter snap these up at once.
A. II. AGNEW
Real Estate Sales
Room 3 Smith [Juildinjr
624 Kin? St.
MAYDAY PLOTTERS PLOTTERS.
Chicago, October 15.?Federal au
thorities at Gary, Inch, where mili
! tary control was established by
(?Major General Leonard Wood after
! 'the situation groAving out of the
! strike of steel work ere, expect to
| arrest in a few hours the alleged;
j 'maker of the bomb exploded on the
'night of June 3 last in the doorway
of the home of A. Mitchell Palmer,
?United States Attorney General, at:
Washington, and have obtained evi
dence clearing up the terrorist bomb
i plots cf May Day and June 2. ac
cording to authoriative information
here.
?Evidence also hase been obtained,
it was said, that revealed the entire,
terrorist organization responsible for
the attempts against the lives of
luw-enfcrcemtnt officials throughout
the country who had been active in
the rarests and prosecution of radi
cals.
The arrest of a number of radi
cals at Gary. Ind... in connection
w ill Mny-Dav bombing plots recalls
the series of attempts launched on
.1 uiK' last to wr?ck public buildings
and homes of Federal officials
throughout the country.
TAP WINE BARRELS
Confiscated Liquor Disappears, but
Three Containers Arrive Safely
Three barrels of wine consigned t:
h:- yta:e Prohibition Department inc.'
with foul play while en route from
M eh r r:\ir, Va., during the past week
1'he coveted goods had been capture:'
by the authe cities of Meherrin, an<
?hipped by the magistrate, M. E. Gee
on 0;t - >cr (5, over the Southern Rail
way.
Wirii officer's of the department
calk.I at the freight office, they
f'-ur. I three empty barrels which ha
Ven Lipped, ami drained to the las'
irop. T!:e consignment bore th:* prope
permits for the shipment of intoyi
ra::'t;\ 1 \\l no trace of the missing
i t. u! s could be found. 'IY
bilici! i>-partnient sai;l the freight
nil*! the : m.pry harrefs were ddivert* I
*o the hindquarters. The Southor:
Hail-way wili lie held responsible for
he value of {.hi- wine, it was stated
ui.l there will be an immediate in
vrsr"',rr:ion.
NOTICE FIRE WOOD
Mr. Harry Reaslcy, of Klmwood
Farm, near Annandale, Va.. has beer
?uiplyirg many Alexandria patrons
ri'.h firc-weod. The undersigned have
bought Mr. "vHeaslvys farm and are
now living there and ready to con
ti:;u:* business with Mr. BcaslcyV|
former customers.
W ? beg to state that all wood de
livered by us wiH be cut from tin
ame timber as-that supplied by Mr.
Satisfaction and prompt do
livery are guaranteed all who favor
us w'th their orelers.
!'? a so notify us by telephone (Fall:
Church ImXFJ-I) or by mail (at the
a /!:: --s given below) as to the length
and the nniTber of leads desired.
SOCLE AND GIBSON
LImwi fd Farm, Fairfax, Va., Route 2
2 Jl-i2n.
XKOLJN SOLES
First-Class Repairing Only
I*]tie Ribbon Shoo Co.
At The I.owest Priced
107 KING STREET
Joseph SnnderH, Prop.
Properties in all parts of the city ranging in price
f rom ?1.000 to $25,000. 1
Homes in Pel Pay, Cottage Park, Geo. Washington
Park. Pots in Rosemont, also several fine country
properties, including 10 acre tracts near Ml. Ver
non. See me before purchasing a home, as I can un
doubtedly suit you, and can arrange the most favor
able terms.
ROOM SMITH 621 KING ST.
For QuiHv Results List Your Property With M"
Ila.s been added to our ever increasing business in
1J cleaning rugs and carpets. And our service is prompt
1 and careful. May we demonstrate it to you?
OUR TRUCKS GO EVERYWHERE
j . - j
i Alexandria Laundry, Inc. j
?" i j
PUBLIC SALE
Of Real Estate and Household Fur
niture by Samuel H. Lunt
Auctioneer.
I By virtue- of a decree of the Cir
cuit Court of the City of Alexandria.
Virginia;. entered on October 3rd, 1919
in the Chancery cause therein depend
ing on Mary E. Brown et al. Com
plainant*. against Ella G. Bumha.ni
et al, Defendants, the undersigned
Special Commissi on or of Sale, wen
there in ordered to expose for sale, at
public auction in front of the Roya.
Street cntranee to the market house;
in the City of Alexandria, Virgin1:'a,
deeor.donit Martha E. Tolers houso
jnd let located on the west side of
Fayette Street between Brintee ar '
Duke streets, in Alexandria City, Vir
rinia and her household furniture and
?h'a t*. oils.
Thsrefor in pursuance of said de
Tee undersigned Special Commissio n
ts of SaJe will expose to sale at
oiibVc auction to the hfjjrbest bidder
rt?r cash said house and lot, ;>*
yj-usehcld furniture surd chaft-lcfs. <
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 25th,
12 in. in front of the Royal Street
??rtrrrce to the iVliarkcjt House Build
'ng, Alexandria. Vir^'wa. said real e
? i'.'j and beiing bounded and described
s f 'llows. to-wit.
A.";! of that lot of ground with the
'iK.:MiP"Ts a.:vi ii'ivjwevements thereon
:ul th? ajppurtciKUtrcs thereunto be
lli t "','. k-caled on the west side i ?'
Vayr-tte Strrdt between Prince '
Duke Streets, in the City ctf Afe
Virgin?; and mere p<w1t:cu\::-'*
v b und'ed' amd described as follows,
o v.: I:
B: 'v'li'jf at a point on the wos'
t<le r Fayette Street 110 feet n-; "
rcf Dolce Street airtT at the norti
'no of an alley ton feet wide run
niing through \he square from Fay-1
-.tte Payne Street, artd runnirr
hen j north- alow;; I ay. tie Street ""
'est 4 ir.-h <; thence west parallel
: ft"-1, mure or less: thewe. west par-;
til el w'th Duke Stmt 150 fret; thence j
atm'iih a^a-g a Cou# "I f t -1 inches.
or less, to the no.Tth hue of said
f?n f-,ot alley; and tlhence nmst alen.tr
he north lire of ssiid alley in a iii
-oct lino 100 feet to Fayette Stree!
r>d '.he point of beginning, with right
r v.":y over sai l Coiini and alley i" .
?cm hi tin with others cut.tied thereto'.
Tc -n\s?Cash. Conveyancing and
damns to be at cwts purcha'sor.
AY LETT 15. NIOOL,
KOBINSON MOX'CORF,
Spetral Comimssionevs of Sail ?
In the Clerk's Office of the Cir-i
suit Court of AJexanJirra Cit y, "\ ir-.
rini:> - September L">, 1.919.
J, \*. S. Greemway, Clerk of afore?* !
?:t.:d Court, do certify that Robinson ]
M'.r-'M-e. one of the above said Spe- j
ial C*.? mmtfos-initers of Sal-. has duly '
"in'o:. brnd as provided by law and de
?rt ?? entered ir. above named cause
with sufficient surety* for the due
icrftrman'-t' of his duties ?ts such.
Task?
N. S. GREEN AW AY,
243-12c < -l-rh
Oil Heaters
We have a earQoad that will be s
at the following prices:
Florence, in nickel $0.75
Florence, in Japan $5.50
Perfection $5.50
COLD BLAST STOVES
No. 1 $15.00
Xc. 2 $17.25
No. 3 $28.00
No. -1 $35.00
Wood Stoves in All, Sir.es
R. E. KNIGHT & SON
621-623 King- Street
"'"second hand suits and j;
overcoats bought
Cleaning, Pressing,, Repairing j
Quick Service
WOLFSON, the TAILOR |
307 King Street
| Formerly 10G North Fairfax St. j
H.C.MANSON
America's Leading Tattooisl Now
|'
Located a I
521 k lX(i sttteet
In Pool Parlor )
ROOF DOCTOR?Let this rainy
?weather be a warning: to you.
Don't be ca<ught napping again,
have that roof repaired by one
?who knows how. Henry R. Guy,
?Wood roof, tin, furnace anil stove
dcv'tcr, 109 Prince street, Alex.,
Va. 24G-i(!p.
ANNOUNCEMENT
Columbia Bedding Company has
opened a mattress factory and is
now ready to renovate box springs,
mattresses, pillows and etc., at rea
sonable prices. Work called for and
delivered the same day. Let us cali
and give you estimate. Sec ns about
a new mattress. Wo buy old feath
er mattress. Columbia Bedding
Co., Prince and Commerce Streets
Phone 743 163-201
Franklin 5752 Fur Storage. j|
Fur Garments Rebuilt. For 10
year3 tif the firm of
Slincmelz
.). M. BIRD
?I
1115 G Street, Northwest
Washington, U. C.
Exclusive Models Cloth Coal
li
We Aim To Give
The Best of Bank Service
Our suece.-s is shown by the ever increasing vol
ume of business in our Deposit Account.
Deposits, Dec. 31, 1017 ........ $378,447.4(5
Deposits, June 30,1919 71)9,231.88
3 per cent Interest Paid on Saving Deposits
If you are not a patron of this bank, we invite you
Lo become one.
u 9
ir? a^'a ?
National Bank
Alexandria,'"Virginia. - 1
/ x %- X .V :
v'V. r
It Wins a Woman
No woman can resist the
charm of a diamond solitaire,
i'. fir'.- aii'i flitter fascinate
lie;- . a n-> oilier jewel docs. If
yu'i want to make your v/o
fr:i or relative happy
;?! always ;rr"'t'-fto you.
L.'.iy her -if our d;-unor\ i
V/e .shall r?e tfiad .to
; ujjift '.h': .ui*. iii!e sic no for
:ii" ?rirpo;! and see o'ir
;; .irt'uent?it's ilasczlinir.
621) KING STREET.
8
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LJp-to~E)ate in Every Detail
TILE CONSTRUCTION, MODERN HEATING
PLANT, TILE BATH, ELECTRIC LIGHTS, GAS
RANGE, OPEN FIRE PLACES, WAS)! TRAYS
IN CELLAR, GARAGE.
For Inspection, Price and
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SEL! ?NG "AGENTS
5:10 KING STREET
ALEXANDRIA, VA.
Irr
Two comfortable brick
dwellings, newly fitted
ii}). all modern conven
iences. Fine neighbor
hood. Apply to
LAURENCE STABLEK
415 Prince Street
It
s
AND
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Nov and Serond'Hand Hooks
For City and County Schools
Let us fill your bock list. Best
select ions and lowest prices.
S. !?'. DYSON & I5RO.
il.tttlisi'llers anil NtaliuiKT.H
J20 Kins Street Alexandria, \;i. !
WASHINGTON VHUHNSA
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INVEST Y01II
IDLE MONEY
Jit fine buildiri;.' loU c. v (he
ei'.y of Alexandria, in 0* 1 I' .y.
and St. Elmo, Ai<:xnn;'ri? Co., oh
Mt. Vernon Ivectric F.iiif. L~Ij
r;'i?;;e from ?200 to $!J00 and ;ir'.
r 1 ? j t'.i Ml. Vernon jJotdevard.
Sold on Easy Terms.
JOHN 0. NORMOVI.K
Real J.slule, Loans aiulf In?urates
Alexandria, Va.
NOTICE
KASI'AIC AND S.\! LLKU
Arc now pre pared < ?' in'r ?
ii on volihoatinii an 1 pl '.mltint;.
I'riecs rijr'nt.. I'f.i'ipt ier*. . }'hv:f.
7!:). I-Vl'i I'rinee S't
- - ;
Now is Iiif time in have your ?
healing s.vslem overliatiK'd ftu Ilie
I > * * f i
winter. Ki'pairs a spcri::Mj.
E. P. JENKINS
GENERAL CONTRA('IOR
Si cam and Hot Water M.-aihifi
Pipeless Furnaces and Ga~- i i'.l:'i;;
!i
Cor. Cameron ar.d Roy?.] Sis.
i Tel. Alexandria, Va.

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