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Work for You Night and Day
If You Want to Buy or Sell Anything Call No. 7
Fcr Results
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RANTED ? Automobile salesman,
commission basis. Apply P. O/box
234. 269-31
^ WANTED?Stenographer and book
keeper, male or female. Apply P. O.
Box 234. 269-3t. j
WANTED?Girl for general house
. work, small family, good wages.1
/ Apply 1213 Prinee street. 269-Sp;
WANTED?Expert battery repair!
man. Apply Aero Auto Co., 1101
King street. 2C9-3t.
WANTED?Work by the day by a
young colored woman. Laura
Bowles, 90S Princess street.
270-1 p
F.OR RENT?Nicely furnished room,
modern conveniences, first floor,
front room, 226 North Columbus
Street. .J 270-2p
FOR RENT?Three furnished 2n:!
floor rooms for light housekeep
ing; married couple, no children.
$30 per month. Apply owner.
North Mt. Vernon Station, on
Mt. Vernon car line. ' 270-2p
FOR RENT?Two rooms, best loca
? tion, electricity, hot water heat,
and all modern conveniences, pri
vate bath; gentlemen only. Refer -
? ences required. Address "C
Care of Gazette Office. 245-tf
FOR Re3t?Garagef c one ret:- floor,
electric lights. Apply at ? HW
? South Fayette?Street. 209-2p
FOR RENT?Furnished rooms or
room and board; reasonable,
steam heat, hot and cold bath,
'electric lights and telephone ser
vice for colored people. Corner of
Pendleton and Henry streets.
2G(;-(?p
FOR RENT?At 420 Wolfe street,
corner Pitt furnished rooms,
"single or ensuit, with every conven
ience for home comforts, double
/bods, kept spotlessly clean, six
baths, an abundance of hot water.
ThoSse looking for home comfort?
please call. 2-r?5-2Gt
WANTED?Furnished or oartly
furnished house or apartment
with two or thr.-e bed rooms, ir.
or near Alexandria. Full particu
lars to A. C. Gazette Office.
209-2 p.
F O R S A L E?Immediate
possesion, attractive bung
alow at No. 6 Cedar St..
Rosemont. A w n i n o; s .
. screens, weather strippin.tr
complete. Large garage.
Telephone 783 for informa
tion. 266-tf
FOR SALE?Tn Del Rav. seven room
bath, electric lights, fine condi
tion. Price, ?4,000. Graham and
Ogdcn. 211-tf.
I-OR SALE?Property 421 North
Columbus street, nine rooms and
bath, clectric light?, in a No. 1
condition. Price JJL000. Graham
and Ogdcn, 530 King street.
2<;o-tf
FOR SALE?Large list of
Del Rav pronertv. C. P>. i
LANHAM & Co.. 113 South |
Fairfax St. 265-tf.:
For" SALE?House and |
store building. 8 rooms and i
bath, ?as and electric licrht? i
good cellar, near Tornedo
Plant on Cameron St. C. R
LANHAM & CO.. 118 S.i
'| Fairfax St.. 265-tf..
FOR SALE?405 Wilkes St.
! (> rooms and bath, good con
dition, bier back vard. SI500.
C. K LANHAM & CO.. 113
South Fairfax St. 265-tf.
70R SAT.E?12 room brick
house. 2 baths, gas and elec
tric lights, hot water heat,
Larood cellar, stable and gar
age. AIm good tenant house
!in best section of citv. SI2-1
ono. C. B. EANHAM & CoJ
113 South Fairfax St. 26-~-t"
pR SALE?At Dei Rvy, >*hiq?r!ed
[bungalow. 7 rooms, all m>dern im
| provements. on Pevton avenue. "
jsquares from station. Ap;vy KrVi
! Quefcn street. 269 ' i
FOR SALE?Good houses
in all sections of city. We
sell property everywhere..
If you have property any
where let us sell it. C. B.
LANHAM & Co., 113 South
Fairfax St. 265-tf.
FOR SALE?'Cheap. Lots bound
ed by Madison, Patrick and Mont
gomery streets and Georgetown
Road. M. L. Homer, 612 King
Street. 2G9-3c
FOR SALE?1919 seven passenger
Chandler tourir.tr. cord tires. Mt.
Vernon Auto Co., 115 North St.
Asaph street. -n 2G9-3p.
FOR SALE?1919 Seven passenger, 4
cylinder Willys-Knight touring. Mt.
Vernon Auto Co., 115 North St.
Asaph street. 239-3p.
FOR SALE?1918 Seven passenger
Chandler touring. Cord tires. Mt.
Vernon Aiko Co., 115 North St.
Asaph street. 269-3p.
FOR SALE?Oak Dining room furni
ture, sideboard, table, S chairs.
Phone 585-J. ? 269-3p.
For" SA LE?130:] 1-2 Prince street
<\ rooms, $2500. Graham and Op
den. 530 King street. Phone 57?
255-tf
FOR SALE?Music cabinet, upright
piano and kitchcn range, all in
No. L condition, 215 South Let
I'trcet. Call before noon. 270-2p
FOR SALE?Gas range, first class
condition, direct action; 1 burn
ers and oven. Good as new.
Price $12. Apply 414 Prince
street, .Apartment No. L, Cull
between 2 and 5 p. m. 270-lr
FOR SALE?$4.00 Slate Surfaced
Roofinp: fer $3.25. High grade,
standard roll and guaranteed 10
years. T. J. Fannon, Duke an"
Henry streets. 2fi8-26t
WOOD FOR SALE?We have about
300 loads of scrap wood which wc
wan: to ?ell to one purchaser. Here'.
an opportunity t? buy scrap wood at
a bargain. Act quick. See Mr. Lur
ing, Virginia Shipbuilding Corpora
tion. Alexandria, Va. 209-<c
WANTED?Second hand clothes
Will pay good price. Call or
write ^ olfscii, the tailor, .>9<
King Street. 2!>7-2Gt
i/)ST?Ti.lv.tr Potomac Yard aiu
Southern yard, lady's l.unting case
Waitham gold watch with man'.
f.-hain. Liberal re-ward if returned
to G. H. Walter at the Southern
Yard. Oflice. 2G9-4p
PUBLIC SALE
Large House and and side lot.
t?y Samuel H. Lunt Aiicti.:^ror
p.y virtue of a dccree of the Cir
Court of the City of Alexan
dra, Virginia. entered on November
1019. in the Chancery cause
??.herein depending of Lydia A.
Kraft and other-: Complainants,
p.irirr-t Grace R. C. Donohoe and
?..?ihors. Defendants, the undersigned
Special Commissioners of Sale were
therein ordered to expose for sale,
at public suction in front of the
Royal Street eiftrance to the Mar
ket Hourc. ir. the City of Alexan
dria. decedent Andrew (-T. ( .)
Cheshire'* house and lot and vacant
In' located rr. the South side of
King Street between Payne and
West Streets. Numbered 1312 King
Street, Alxamiria City. Virginia.
Therefore in pursuance of said
?evree the undersigns! Special Com
missioners of Sale will expose, to
at wibli? auction to the highest
bidder for cash said large house |
r.r 1 lot and vacant lot. on SATUR
DAY. November 22. If 10, at 12 M..
- front o? the Royal Street en
v:?rcc to tli - Market House Puild
Alexandria. Virginia, being
bounded and described as follows,
to
.U-ginning at a point on the South J
???'c; of King Street 79 feet 7 inches 1
'?." "f Pavr.e Street and running
? h :n;*c west on King Street 71 feet
-? -.re ?-r '"ss rther.ee South parallel
With Payne Street 100 feet to an
<!'ev 12 feet wide: thence i-ast
cBvallel with King Street 71 feet
-r.ore or less: and thence North
' Parallel with Payne Street 100 feet
Lo the beginning, and being the
*.a:v.e real estate conveyed to said
ndvcw (J. CD Cheshire by Owen
? Xuger.t and wife by deed dated
M y IS. 1903. and recorded in liber
. a ? pVtg" 189. ,
ALBERT AT BREST.
Royal Sightseers to Proceed Direct
by Auto to Ostend.
Brest, \Nov. 12.?Albert, king of
the Belgians, with Queen Elizabeth
and Prince Leopold, arrived here yes
terday aboard the American trans
port George Washington from the
United States. Brief stops were
made at Ponta Delgada, Azores and
Lisbon, to permit the royal party tc
make sightseeing trips.
The king and queen will proceed by
automobile to Ostend without visiting
Paris.
ELECTION HELD ILLEGAL
Court Rules Against Mayor Grace, of
Charleston, S. C.
Columbia, S. C., Nov. 12?Elecbior
of John P. Grace as mayor of Char
leston, S. C., was declared null and
void yesterday by the State Supreme
Court, which held the contest betweer
Grace and Tristram T. Hyde was sc
close that the action of the city Demo
cratic committee in refusing to con
sider multila'ted ballots was prejudi
cial to Hyde's interest.
The -(faction in Charleston creator
nation-wide interest as Hyde con
;V:ted his campaign on an issue of
loyalty during the war.
Advertise your wants in the Ga
zette Want Column.
TERMS CASH: Conveyancing and
stamps to be at cost of purchaser.
Frederick P. Russell.
Robinson Moncure.
Special Commissioners of Sale
In the Clerk's Office of the Cir
cuit Court of Alexandria City.
Virginia, November H, 1919.
I. Novell S. Greenaway. Clerk of
aforesaid Court do certify that Rob
eson Moncure. one of the above
aid Special Commissioners of Sale.
< duly given bond as provided by
irw and decree entered in above
named cause- with sufficient surity.
for the? duo' performance of his du
ties as such.
Nevell S. Greenaway, Clei'k.
260
fN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
CITY OF ALEXANDRIA, VA.
Robert K. Mickey, vs. General Ship
building Company. Inc., In Chancery.
To Robert K. Mickey, the General
Shipbuilding Company, Incorporated,
and to all creditors of the Genera!
Shipbuilding Company, Incorporated,
'.nd to all persons interested in the
issues in said cause;?
TAKE NOTICE?That pursuant tc
i decree entered in the above entirl
?d cause on the 8th day of November,
1919, wherein I am directed to con
vone a!! creditors, ascertain all
/
claims, and take account of all liens
?.?rainst the property of the General
Shipbuilding Company, Incorporated.
j corporation chartered under the
tews of the State of Delaware, and
doing business in the City of Alexan
Iria, State of Virginia; and further
directed to consider the offer made
">y Baugh & Sons Company, of IJaki
Tcre, Maryland, to purchase a por
ion of the real estate of said company
::i the sum of TwentyFive Thousand
Dollars (25,000.00' to report thereon;
and to report any other matter
brought to my attention by any party
or creditor to said suit: T will, at my
>ffice, 109 North Fairfax Street.
Alexandria, Virginia, on Friday, the
12th day of Dc.r-mber, 1919 at ten
o'clock A. M. proceed to execute and
carry out the direction of said decree,
at which time and place you and each
cf you are required to attend and
prove your claim. \
Yen are further notified that a!
-juid time and place an offer to pur-'
?1 ase a portion of the real estate of
said General Shipbuilding Company, j
Incorporated, will be considered in ;
der that a recommendation with ro-j
spect to the same may be made in
the undersigned Commissioner';- re
port.
Notice is tri,'en you pursuant to the
provision .-,f Section 3321 of the |
Cede of Virginia which pvovid'-s
that such notice shall be equivalent
to personal service thereof upon ;
'you.
Given under my hand this 8th day
of November. 1919.
HOWARD W. SMITH,
Commissioner in Chancery for the
Circuit Court of the City of Alexan
dria, Virginia. 2(>7-19c
d lire
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| Credit {fro*
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W. T. FARLEY
'50U Kinj? Street.
I
WAS RESTLESS AT NIGHT
Coughs and colds are prevalent, and
;t is a serious mistake to neglect them,
as dangerous sickness may develop
from them. There is one safe and
reliable family remedy for coughs,
:olds and croup. John Conroy, Oliver,
Pa., writes: "My ailment was a bad
,-ough fcr three years. Then I got a
ba:l cold and could not sleep for
soughing. I was restless at night, but
I am all right now, thanks to Foley's
Hcney and Tar." It clears the throat
)[ phlegm and mucous and coats the
?aw, inflamed surfaces with a heal
ing. soothing medicine.
PET CORNS
Few Drops of 'Trcezone," Then Lift
Corn Right Off
A tiny bottle of "Freezone" costs so
little at any drug store; apply a few
Irops upon any corn or callus. Instant
iy it steps hurting, then shortly you
iift that bothersome corn or callus
right off with your fingers. Truly!
No humbug!
"The Store of Greater Service'
Special Sale of Sleepwel^heets
(>3x90 Sieepwell Sheets in
single-bed size. Special $1.65
72x09 Sieepwell Sheets in I
bed size; extra long- Special
$1.89.
72x108 Slccpwell Sheets in
3-4-bed size; 3 yards long. Spe
cial $1.98.
81x108 Slecpwell Sheats in
dcuble-'bed si/.e, 3 yards long.
Special $2.10.
00x99 Slccpwell Sheets in ex
tra bed size; extra long. Spe
cial $2.15.
At 13c
45x36 Wash Heavy Pillow
cases, free from starch <>r dress
ing.
59c and 65c
45x30 Embroidered Pillow
cases, with hemstitching.
50c Value, 35c
liJ-in. Domestic LongcloUi, :n
mill ends of 5 to 15 yard.-.
Flr.-t Floor L-ansburgh & I!ro.
THE IDEAL SITE FOR A REAL HOME
Restricted to first class residences and apartments
Large lots, beautifully located, $1,000 and up
If you ever expect to own a home with a yard and
a garden, located close to car lines and business and
social activities, you will have to decide quickly.
See your real estate agent todav, he can secure for
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you the best price as well as the choicest location.
Or" See
624 King Street Phone 92(5.
We Aim To Give
The Best of Bank Service
Our success is shown by the ever increasing vol
ume of business in our Deposit Account.
Deposits, Dec. 31,1917 $378,447.16
Deposits, June 30,1919 739,23LSS
3 per cent Interest Paid on Saving Deposits
If you are not a patron of this bank, we invite you
to become one.
Alexandria, Virginia.
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Properties in all parts of the city ranging in price i
from $1,000 to $25,000. ' ;
Homes in Del Ray, Cottage Park, Geo. Washington j!
Park. Lots in Rosemont, also several fine country j
properties, including 10 acre tracts near ML Ycr- J!
non. See me before purchasing* a home, as I can un- ji
doubtedly suit you, and can arrange the most favor- j;
able terms.
ROOM :i, SMITH BUILDING, 624 KING ST. j
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For Quick Results List Y';ur Proper(y With Me
I ESTABLISHED 1852
BURKE AND HERBERT
liankers
^ Investments. First Mortgages on Real K/staU
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Twenty Years Without Loss to an Investor
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And Larger .Amounts
Which in tans that you can invest as low as $000 on first mortgages, secur
ed on improved real estate in Alexandria City and its growing suburbs.
For twenty years I have been making real estate loans for hundreds of ,j
clients in Alexandria City and elsewhere, and have never lost a dollar as a re- jj
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suit of said investments.
We see that the semi-annual interest on your loa?Ij is paid promptly and
look after ail other details. A service thai, is without charge to the investor.
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Alexandria National Bank Building.
Phone 561
nnj insurance.
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115 Prince ISirtci
List your property with
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} tention guaranteed.
I
I School Books
AND
i SCHOOL SUPPLIES
New and Sccond'Hand Books
For City and County Schools
Let us fill your book list. l??cst
?e lections and lowest pi ice.-'..
S, F. DYSON & BRO.
Booksellers and Stationers
J20 King Street Alexandria, >a.^
WASHINGTON VIRGINIA
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< VEST YOUR
?)LE MOiXEY
in : v.o l.'iiildinjf lots ci'j^e to t'uo
'.-ay ij[ Alexandria, :n l)A Bay,
and St. EIoio, Alexandria Co., ou
Ml Vernon Eleccric Line. Loti
ran^ru from $2'i0 to $300 and are
ci '? to --ft. V:rnon Boulevard.
Sold ? >n Easy Terms;
JOHN D. NOSMOYLE
u-al K-?talf, Loans ar.c Jn^uraoce
\k-.vardria, Va.
i'airisntf and Paperinsc
IDoai Ly ilia day or jo!? at mvl':ratc i
prices
COM f; All
111 North Fayette St.
N'?'?v is the time lo have your [[
lieaUnu system ovt-rhanlcd f<;r Hi
\vjlirpairs a specially
E. P. JENKINS
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Slejun and Hot Water Hrating j;
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Tel. 53.W Alexandria, Va. :

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