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LET THE GAZETTE
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Ess
Work for You Night and D?1y
If You Want to Buy or Sell Anything Call No. 7
:i For Results
WANTED?Young lady cashier, with j
knowledge .of bookkeeping. Apply
in own .hand writing. Cashier
care of Gazette. ' 276-3c
WANTED?Lady or gentleman, fa
miliar with alteration and repair
ing. Apply Alexandria Pressing
Co., 712 King Street. 277-2c
WAjNfTED?A reliable colored wohi
an to cook and wash for a family
of three. Apply at 407 North
Washington* street. 277-2p
WANTED?A good reliable man to
attend three furnaces and make
himself useful around the house,
white preferred. Apply to Mrs.
Renninger, 4^0 Wolfe street.
277-3p
WANTED?Mother and daughter
desire apartment for light house
keeping. Winans, Box 342, Alex
andria, P. 0. 277-1 p
WANTED^-Caretaker for modern
office building. First class service
expected. Good salary paid. Ap
ply by letter, giving references,
to Box "A," Care of Gazette.
27G-3c.
FOR RENT?Furnished rooms, all
modern conveniences, 613 North
Washington street. 276-26t.
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 RENT?.Furnished housekeep
ing rooms and single rooms, 523
South Washington street. 274-4p
FOR fyENT?In Braddock Heights,
? large house with all modern im
provements, lately renovated. M.
L. Ilorner, G12 King street, Alex..
Va. 276-3c
FOR RENT?Furnished housekeep- J
ing apartments, hot water heat, I
gas range,hot water supply, large!
yard. Best references required. '
Rents S10 and $1G weekly, lease
if desired. Immediate possession.
310 South Pitt street. 277-2p
If FOR RENT?Store house. 325 Cam
l eron street. Apply to F. Beattie.
|" 305 King Street. 277-3p
v
FOR RENT?At 420 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 cor.-.fcrts
please call. 255-2Gt
FOR RENT?Unfurnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping.
Call for Mrs. Paine, at side door.
537 North Columbus Street.
277-lp.
POSSESSION AT ONCE
Seven rooms, bath, elec-i
trie light, city water, house!
newly papered, near IJo\v
Station. Price, $4,150. Ap
ply to Graham & Ogden.
273-tf.
FOR SALE?On terms, immediate j
possession. Attractive home. 1221 i
Prince street, nine rooms and j
bath, electric light's, latrobe heat- j
ers, $4800. Walter K .Handy. {
Co., Corner Prince and Royal ;
Streets^ Alexandria. Va. Phor.c j
1001. 277-tf.
FOR SALE?405 Wilkes street, 6 j
rooms, hath, hot an ! cold water, j
new kitchen range, $1(300. C. R. j
I.anham and Co.. 113 South Fair- j
fax street. 27G-4t
FOR SALE?135 South Fairfax
street, fi rooms, bath, electric
lights, good condition. $2750. C.
U. Lanham and Co., 113 South
Fairfax street. 27G-4t
1'OR SALE?Splendid sc mi -detach - j
eil six room and bath in first j
class condition, electric li?-hts and I
bath. "K. lose school. churches ?
and car line. Price s:',,r?00. J.
M. Jennings. Del Rav. 27G-'ir> '
FOR SALE?In Del Ray, seven room
hath, electric lights, fine condi
tion. Price, $4,000. Graham and
Ogden. 241-tf.
VOR SALE?Property 421 North
Columbus street, nine rooms and
bath, electric lights, in a No. 1
condition. Price $4,000. Graham
and Ogden, 530 King street.
200-tf
I FOR SALE?Immediate possession,.
r 'brick dwelling, 6 rooms, bath,;
electric lights, hot water heat.
Apply owner, 110 North Colum
bus' Street. 275--3p.
FOR SALE?1303 1-2 Prince street
6 rooms, $2500. Graham and Og
den, 530 King street. Phone 57S
255-tf
FOR SALE?$4.00 Slate Surfaced?
Roofing for $3.25. High-grade,;
standar3 roll and "guaranteed 10
years. T. J. Fannon, Duke and
Henry streets. 268-26t
FOR SALE?One Ford touring car
electric starter and lights, Bump
er, speedometer and other acces
sories. Quick sale. See R. L..
Garrett, 508 North Washington
street. _ 274-tf.
FOR SALE?Four Cylinder Road
ster, A No. 1 condition, five tires,
nearly new, $250.00. Apply 110
North Columbus street. 275-3p
FOR SALE?One large glass candy
show case, one national cash reg
ister, one meat slicing machinc.
Alexandria Cash Grocery. 276-3c
FOR SALE?-Willow baby carriage,
cheap. Apply 313 Cameron St.
27(5-2p.
BIG U. S. Army Shoe Sale?'Now
going on at 120 North Fairfax
street. 5,000 pairs U. S. Army
shoes to be sold ilt less than one
half their cost. Oversea, Field,
Russect and Hob Shoes. Come
early and get your pick. Open
every night until 8 o'clock.
276-3p*. r
FOR 'SALE?One top phea ton rub
ber tire buggy, a high class one.
Will sell cheap. Apply 407 South
St. Asaph St-eet. 276-2p
Hemstitching, Picot-Edge, 38 East
Linden Avenue, Rosemont 274-6p
WANTED?Second hand clothes
Will pay good price. Call or
write Wolfsoii, the tailor, 30?
King Street. Phone 1007.
2'w-2(?t.
WANTED?To rent a piano, -excel
lent care. Box 312. Alexandria
P. O. r 277-ln
FOUND?Two cows, (dry). Owner
may have same by identifying
property and paying damages. J.
E. Chauncey, Duke street Road
275-3p. <
I.OST? Boston bull, female, puppy,
hrindle and white. Libera! re
ward if returned to Hayes' Milli
nery Store. *90(5 King Street.
27G-3p.
LOST?On Prince street on Sunday
morning between the Presbyterian
Church and Pitt street, or on Pitt
street between Prince and King
street, a small topaz breast pin.
Reward if returned to the Ga
zette Office. 27i!-3c
PUBLIC SALE
Large House and lot and side lot.
By Samuel II. Lunt Auctioneer
By virtue of a decree of the Cir
cuit Court of the City of Alexan
dria, Virginia, entered on November
7. 1010, in the Chancery cause
therein dene:.dim' of I.ydia A.
Kraft and other?. Complainants,
airiiinst Grace R. C. Donohoe and
others. Defendants, the undersigned
Special Commissioners of Sale were
therein ordered to expose for sale,
at public auction in front of the
Royal Street entrance to, the Mar
ket House, in the City of Alexan
dria. decedent Andrew (J. C.)
Cheshire's house and lot and vacant
lot located cn the South side of
King Street between Payne ar.d
West Streets. Numbered 1012 King
Street, Alxa:uiria City, Virginia.
Therefore ;n pursuance of said
decree :hc undersigned Special' Com
missioners of Sale will Expose to
sale at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash said large house
and lot and vacant lut. on SaTuR
DAY, November 22. 1019, at 12 M..
in front of the Royal Street en
trance to the Market. House Build
ing, Alexandria, Virginia, being
houHed and described as follows,
to wit:
Beginning at a point on the South
side of King Street 79 feet 7 inches
?vc?t Payne Street ar.d running
? hence west on King Street 71 feet
move or less ;th?nce South parallel
w:th Payne Street 100 feet to an
12 foot wide; thence east
i parulle! with Kit.- Street 71 feet
v \
rr.ore or. less: and thetiqe North
parallel with. Payne Street 100 feet
to the beginning, and being the
same real estate conveyed to L'aid
Andrew (J. C.) Cheshire bv Owen
J. Nugent arid wife by deed'dated
May 18, 1903,-ar.d recorded in liber
50 page lfcy.
Special Commissioners 6f Sale.
In the Clerk's Office of the Cir
cuit Court of Alexandria "City,
Virginia, November 6, 1919.
I, Ne\eil S- Greenaway, Clerk of
aforesaid Court do certify that Rob
inson Moncure, one of the above
said Special Commissioners of Sale,
has duly given bond as provided by
law and decree entered in above
named cause with sufficient . surity,
for the due. performance of Kis du
ties as such.
TERMS CASH: Conveyancing and
stamps to be at cost of jourco-aser.
Frederick P. Russell,
Robinson Morrcure,
Neveil S. Greenaway, Clerk.
266-13t
IN THE'CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
CITY OF ALEXANDRIA, VA.
Robert K. Mickey, vs. General Ship-1
building Company, Inc., In Chancery.
To Robert K. Mickey, the General
Shipbuilding Company, Incorporated,
and to all creditoi's of the General
Shipbuilding Company, Incorporated,
and to all persons interested in the
issues in said cause;?
TAKE NOTICE?That pursuant to
a decree entered in the above rntitl
ed cause on the 8th day of November.
15)19, wherein I am d.'rected to con
vene all creditors, ascertain all
claims, and take account of all liens
against the property of the General
Shipbuilding Company, Incorporated,
a corporation chartered under the
laws of the State of Delav/are, and
:loing business in the City ot Alexan
dria, State, of Virginia; and further
'livected to consider the offer made
'.y Baugh & Sons Company, of Balti
more, Maryland, to purchase a por
tion of the real estate of said company
at 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; I will, at my
office, 109 North x Fairfax Street,
Alexandria. Virginia, on Friday, the
12th day of Decr-mber,, 1919 at ten
o'clock A. M. proceed to execute and
carry out the direction of said decree, j
at which time and place you and each
of you are required to attend and
prove your claim.
You are further notified that at
<ai(i time and placc an offer to pur
?l-ase a portion o~f the real estate of
said General Shipbuilding Company.
Incorporated, will be considered, in cr
ier that a recommendation with re
spect to the same may be made ir.
the undersigned Commissioner's re
port.
Notice is given you pursuant to the i
provision of Section 3321 of the
Code of Virginia which provides
that sucb notice shall be equivalent
to personal service thereof upon
you.
Given under.mv hand this Sth dav
of November, 1919.
HOWARD W. SMITH,
Commissioner in Chancery for the
Circuit Court of the City of Alexan
dria. Virginia. 2G7-19c
Wo More R ATS
>r mice, after you use RAT-SNAF.
's a sure rodent killer. Try a Pkg
ind prove it. Rats killed w:th Ra>
SNAP leave no smell. Cats or do^
A-cn't touch it. Guaranteed.
25c size (1 cake> enough for Pantry
Kitchen or Cellar.
50c size (2 cakes* for Chicken
House, coops, or small buildings.
$1.00 size (5 cakes) enough for all
farm and out-buildings, storage build
ng3, or factory buildings.
fiulrl 'and Guaranteed by R- ?
Iv night and Son, Alexandria; Mankin ^ l
^tore, Falls Church. '
Ph.mv 803
PALACE PRESSING CO. j
EXI'EKT I
. / '*
C'caners and Pressers !j
OUR MOTTO
SERVICE
i
126 South Royal Street.
* i
=r-.
Painting and Papering
Donv by the day or job at moderate
prices
COMEAU *
1303 King Street
^
I Henry R. (Guy) Wood j1
Roof, Tin, Steve and Furnace Dr.
Radiators repaired, gathering and
spouting, tin roofs painted.
109 Prioce Street
KILL THE COLD AT
ONCE WITH
& ILL'S
cascaraSNuinine
7
Standard cold remedy for 20 years
?in tablet form?safe, sure, no
. opiates?breaks 'ip a cold in 24
hours?relieves trip in 3 days.
Money back if it fails. The
genuine box has a Red
k top with Mr. Hill's
picture.
At AHDrag Starts
Stomach Ills.
permanently disappear after drinking
che celebrated Shivar Mineral Wa
;--?r. Pcstively guaranteed by money
oack offet'. Tastes fine; cost a trifle.
Delivered anywhere by our Alexan
lria Agents, F. S. Harper, Inc.
Phone tham
Why. People Buy Rat-Snap in Prefer
ence to Rat Poison.
,'l) RAT-SNAP absolutely kill?
rats and mice (2) What it dj.ssri't
<?11 it scares away. (3) Rats killed
with RAT-SNAP leave no smell, they
dry up inside. (4) Made in cakes, no
mixing with other food. (5) Cats or
dogs won't touch it. Three sizes, 25c
c, S1.00. old and guaranteed by R.
a. Knight and Son, Alexandria; Man
kin's Store, Falls Church.
Anotnei Epidemic of Dread "
Scourge Threatens the
N2tion
Don't Let Chills and Colds
Depress You?Fspsinol
Builds Strength
A H X1XGS issued hy
leading physicians
, ? and health authori
ties that another epidemic of
Influenza is threatening the
American people is in the in
terest of the conservation of
life. The first epidemic. in
which more than 500.000 lost
their lives, struck tne nation
unprepared, thinkfng only of
the war and its outcome.
Now people have lime to
think of their personal wel
fare. They have/time to
build up their strength. as
the physicians a?'y? ' hey
have time t ) i i le what is
b:st to increase their power
5 of resistnnrc. h";1 to
the attack s of genus whiCii
spread InfltMfJizs. * They
know when a cold oevclops.
when chills suddenly attack
them, that Pepsinol \yill con
serve their strength. increase
their vitality, make the bod
ily organs function in pericct
order and invigorate tiie
whole constitution.
Pepsinol is the world-famous
Strength-Renewcr. Yitalizer
and General Conditioner that
builds up Body. Brain, Blood
and Nerves. It takes you
out of the valley of disease
and sets you on the heights
of robust, rosy health.
Genuine Pepsinol is "made
only hy The Peplax Medicine
Company. Memphis, Tenn..
and in strict accordance -*nfh
tlie standards of the U. S.
Pharmacopoeia.
Get Pepsinol from:
Gibson's Drug Store. Alexandria;
Purcell and Littlejohn, Leesburg.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
The State tax bills for the year
1919 arc now due and payable at the
treasurer's office, room 2, City Hall,!
and tax payers are urged to make a ;
settlement of the same promptly and
avoid payment of the 5 per cent
penalty.
Voters are also reminded that the
1919 capitation taxer mu :t bv? paid on
or before December fllh, 1919, to
qualify them for participat:on in
the general election In be held .Tune
8 th, 1920.
TIIO.MAS W. ROBINSON,
268?e. o. d.?9t. City Treas. i
. 207 acres fine land, 125 cleared, bal
ance saw timber and cord. wood. 7 room
dwelling and all necessary out buildings." '/JIT
Well fenced. 45 ton silo. Three wells, all
good water. About 7 miles from Alexan
dria, between Concrete and -Telegraph
roads. 150.00 per acre. Quick possession.
Edwin B. Garth
624 KING STREET ' PHONE 1082
ALEXANDRIA, VA.
Look at this
We have been authorized to dispose of a few seven
room cottages in fine condition, large lots, etc., and
can arrange this in a way that
NO CASH WILL BE NECESSARY ,
This is an opportunity and will only last a few days
See Us Quick 1
CARVER & CALLAHAN
127 North Fairfax Street
Adjoining Chamber of Commerce Phone 132'
r
ROSEMONT
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 today, he can secure for
you the best price as well as the choicest location.
F. C. Goodnow Co.
621 King Street ' Phone 926.
Hi!
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 $378,447.46
Deposits, June 30,1919 799,231.88
3 per ccnt Interest Paid on Saving Deposits
If you are not a patron of this bank, we invito, you
to become one.
Alexandria National Bank
Alexandria, Virginia. 1
I am having many calls for homes, and can sell your property if you place
in my hands. Name *i fair (not an inflated) price on your property, and 1
will soon find a customer. I have a competent selling force and have disposed
of some properties the day they were placed in my hands. If such service ap
peals to you, list your property with me now. Don't delay.
I T
Jri
* Real Estate Sales Exclusively
Room 3, Smith Building
624 King Street
415 Prince Street ;
List your property with
me either for s^le or rent.
Personal an J expert at
tention guaranteed.
WASHINGTON VIRGINIA
RAILWAY CO.
In Ktfcot Fel.riinry -S. <DIH.
?Milijcot to Chnnne Without Notice.
I.oiive Alrxiiiidrln for WnMilnirt?n?
\ v_?5.00. t5.*0. JG.OO. ? 6..Q. 6.20.
? ;:o 0.40, ?6.5'0, 7.00, *7.10, 7.20. '7.30.
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? ISxecpt Sundays anil Holidays
JKxoejit Sundays.
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} Except Sundays.
RAILROADSCHEDULES
Arrival and Departure of Pnare.iiger Train*,
Alexandria. Virginia. Th* following s^edulo
fitpiru? nublishod t* information end not
puarantcod.
SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
(Eastern Standard Timo.)
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U. S. RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION,
Ticket Orti^e. Union Station
INVEST YOUR
IDLE MONEY
In fine building Joti; close to Uio
city of Alexandria, in Del Ray,
and St. Eimo, Alexandria Co., on
Mt. Vornnn Klcctric I.inn. fiOU
ranee from .>JOO to $200 and Jire
c:t>se to Mt- Vernon Boulavard.
.Sold on iiasy Terms.
JOHN D. NORMQYLE
Jieal Estate, Loans aRfl Insurance
Alexandria. Va.
f.-z
.jS.iI
1 wish to anr.'jiincc to the
automobile owner.; t.f Alcxan
ilria thr.t I have ju.-l opene-i a
:'ru and tube vii!eai.i/.:r.:a: slu>|),
ti*iinor<!:'ily located in reai* 'if
.'iiil South Lee Street. Alt work
jraaruntec'.l, prompt delivery as
sured. If not convenient for you
'to deliver your work to us,
phone Alexandria i00.j we will
call for same. Let us take care
of your tire troubles.
JOHN* P. SCOTT.

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