Hot Stove?Cool Kitchen
How da you expect to en*
d_re the broiling days of
summer if you prepare all
the food over a glowing coal
You need a " New Perfec?
tion" Oil Stove that will
do the cooking without cook?
ing the cook. It concen?
trates plenty of heat under
the pot and diffuses little
or none through the room.
Therefore, when working
Wick Blue Hame Oil Cook-Stove
the kitchen actually seems as comfortable as you could wish
it to be.
This, In itself, is wonderful, but, more than that, the ' New
Perfeotiea" Oil Stove doei perfectly every?
thing that say stove can do. It is an i.ieal
all-round cook>.teve. Made in three sizes,
and fully warranted. If not with your
dealer, write our nearest agency.
"^^^e** a tubatantial, atron
it ron g*
1 jr made and hand?
some lamp. Burnt for houri with a itrong,
mellow li^ht Juat what you need for even?
ing reading or to light the dining-room. If
not with your dealer, write our neareat agency.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
lae jr po rated)
Opening of the Season
DELICIOUS DEVILED CRABS
STEAMED HARD SHELL CRABS
Little Neck Clams Cherrystone Oysters
Clams in AU Styles Oysters in All Styles
-o SALADS o
FRIED OYSTERS A SPECIALTY.
A CORDIAL INVITATION X
JJ Is extended to all who wish to open personal, o
t. professional, business, trustee or corporation ac- <
JJ The same care is given to the smallest ac*
.. count as to the largest.
< ? Drafts issued DIRECT on all parts of the
Investments and collections made.
An attractive rate of interest paid in our
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT, i
Depositors in the Savings Department of the Alexandria N'stional
ank are requested to bring their books in and have their interest due
pril i, 1908, credited therein.
Others who have not opened account with onr Savings Department
are invited lo open accounts and note how .tepidly their funds will in?
crease by regular deposit and interest.eamc-.l.
ilexaiidria in I iona I Hank,
CORNER OF KINO AND ROYAL STREETS
f IF ITS FISH YOU NEED
We have them.
We clean and deliver them.
POTOMAC FISH CO.
109 N. ROYAL STREET.
BOTH PHOMX 198. Open All Day.
ley having one of eur electric fins in
j.i'ir h.mie and office. J fr* ce*d .I.**
not pay for anything near the ccmifi.ri
it will afford you. We have alsoinuny
Operated by Elec?
Come and see them. They will make
-.uiiinit-r a? comfortable ss sptiag. They
wijl cook for you do the weakly1 ironing,
light your lum-' or .-url th.- "adi
hair. No lire, no hest, no siuolr, tm
Alexandria Electric Co.
502 Kine st. Bell 'Phone 193.
A shipment of John Esten
Cooke's popu tar books, hand?
somely bound in cloth, and
heretofore sold at $1.50 per
Now 50c, bound.
All the latest copyright novels at
S. F. DYSON & BRO
508 KINO ST.
Next to the Opers Hou.-e
If >em wieh Etctrs Fine TEA** try roy Neve
Crop of Green and Bim k Tran ju one dollar
j- pound. J, C. MILBURN.
GEN Ki: AL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
And Dealers in
ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS,
Hsve'oii Mund uuiion'e, XX. aaa, XXX2
ind Pure Old Rye, Old (Vii net and Moue
grain Whiskies.- also Bak*r*aaad Thortipson'i
I'urs Rye Whiakie*., to which they invite tht
att.nilion nf the tnule.
"irderi from the country fur merchandlat
shall receive ptoam uttr-mion.
Toaatgameata of Floar, urals aad Country.
Picda_Ssolicited, for ifMcB they guarante*
be hierrhetat niatlket prices and prompt return*
N. E ooruer Cameron anal RovaI St reata.
- JOHNNA HERN &C(K~
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS
And Dealen in
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
."!onntry Produce received daily. Oar itock
it Plain sod Fancy Groceries embraces every?
thing to tee had in this liue.
We hold largely iu Unite*! State, bonded
?rare'touee ana carry in stock various brandi
of the best
PURE RYE AND MALTWHI8RIE8
nade. Have also in store superior gradea ol
Foreign and American
WINES. ALES. BROWN 8TOUT, Ac.
fop*- -Satisfaction Guaranteed aa to Prios tat
Corner Prine*e and Commerce Streets.
J. C. MILBURN,
.13]North Royal direct : Alexandria, Vi.
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES.
Voprietor ref tba
POTOMAC BRAND FLOUR,
which ii unexcelled.
Mr-Con*** Freshly Roasted.'*-*,
lome '1'hone 181. Bell 'Phone 293
L/IRGINIA.?In the Clerk'. Odice of the
" Corporation Court of the citv i.f Alexan
ria, on the .with day cf April, 1 W,
isiuuel.A. Brown }
vs. > Ia chancery.
ivs II. Brown J
Memo. The object of Ihis Ball i*. to nhtsin
h abfi.lutedivori*e from the hcnd*. of ntatri
louy for the contplsiiiant from the defend
nt, and to obtaia such further general re?
ef as to equity may seem right,
li ap Deann, by sniffiilsvit lileel in thin cause
mt th. def.i.iJtint, Eva H. Brown, ia a
on-resident of thia State: lt ia cirdered,
hat sa d de?adaat siipear here within Cf
en day. after cue publication of thia order,
td do what ia necessary to protect her in
sattsia this auit and that a copy of thia
-der he forthwith inserted in the Alexandria
szrtte, a newspaper publiahed in the city of
ievsiidria, once a week for four successive
eek*, snd posted st the frontdoor ofthe
on rt House of thia city.
NEVELL 8. GREEVAWAY, Clerk.
lillie 'll-lill M.H.lUCt, p >('.
api3u w.w w
THURSDAY EVENiNG. MAY 7. 1908 _
Pretty Lively Fooling.
I was out walkin*; in Kingston, Ja?
maica, one afternoou, and while on s
uarrow street 1 came upon two black
women, each apparently lu a towering
rage. Each woman's tongue was go?
ing at a phenomenal rate, but uot a
word of their acreechliig Jargon wss
Intelligible to me.
Finally one of tbe women scooped
up s double handful of tbe ever pres?
ent Kingston dust aud flung lt over
the other woman, with a wild shriek of
laughter. The dust covered wouiau re?
taliated by tnking a tin pan she bad
tn ber hand aud, scooping up a couple
of quarts of the dirty water lu the gut?
ter by tbe roadside, drenching her as?
sailant with lt, while all that part of
Kingston resounded with Ihe mad
laughter. Tbe two women then closed
lu on each other and proceeded to en?
gage lu a prolonged wrestle, which
resulted In Loth of them falling to the
ground, where they rolled over and
over lu a cloud of dust and Anally
stood upon their feet, facing each other
lu a state of dirt aud disorder beyond
Fearlug that tbey would make a sec?
ond onslaught ou each other and wish?
ing to play the part of peacemaker, 1
stepped forward aud asked:
-What is tbe trouble'/''
Courtesying low, one of the women
said iu a soft, drawling voice:
"No trouble at all, matlab; we's jess
Cast Up by tha S.a.
_hey tbat go dowu to the sea lu
ahips leurn much of the mysteries of
life. From tbe coast of Africa there
traveled to Scnrboro, Me., the painting
of bu old time sen captain of tbat
town wbo long years ago was lost witb
Bil ou board his ship lu the China seas
The ship sailed from the home" port
with every prospect of a successful
voyage, but sbe never returned to the
home laud. Years went by and she
was given up as lost, uer name was
taken from the shipping list, aud no
uews of her came back to tbe walting
ones at home. Long afterward a pass
lug vessel picked up off the African
coast the portrait of an American sea
captain such as tbe Chinese artists
paint, and on the back of the picture
were the captain's name and tbat of tbe
port from wbicb be sailed. Tbe paint?
ing was forwarded to the little Amer?
ican town, aud lt was found to be a
picture of the 8carboro sea captain,
mainer of the lost vessel that bad left
the harbor so many years ago.?Kenue
Largest Grave tn tha World.
The largest .single grave In the world
occupies Just exactly one acre of
ground, which ls surrounded by an
Iron railing. Tbis enormous grave ls
located at Pearto Cortes*., lu Honduras,
and ls tbe burial place of a woman.
Tbe tombstone occupies the center of
tbe ground luclosed. aud several wood
eu figures representing tbe deceased
are arranged lu statuellke form lu dif?
ferent parts of tbe grouud. There
nre no fewer than sixteen of these fig?
ures, which In tbe evening give tbe
place a ghostlike appearance. The de?
ceased had died rich and in ber will
bad specified the amount of ground
to be purchased for her grave and tbe
manner lu wbicb lt should be deco?
rated. Sbe had many curious uotlous,
aud tbe Bise aud ornamentation of ber
grave was one of them.
There is In Mr. Ellis Yaruoll's reml
nisceuces. "Wordsworth aud the Cole
ridges," a ver,- amusing story of Sam?
uel Taylor Coleridge, whose tboughta
were sometimes too profound even fur
poets lo follow. Wordsworth and Ssm
uel Rogers bad apeut tbe evening with
Coleridge, snd as the two poets walked
away together Rogers remarked cau?
"I did not altogether understand tbe
latter part of what Coleridge said."
"I dldu't understand any of lt,"
Wordsworth hastily replied.
"No more did I!" exclaimed Rogers,
witb a sigh of relief.
A Fprmidabla Army.
The battle was going against bim
TIM commander tn chief, himself ruler
of tbe South American republic, sent
an aid to the rear, ordering General
Blanco to bring np his regiment at
once. Ten minutes passed, but lt didn't
come, Twenty, thirty, an bour-stlll
uo regiment. Tbe aid came tearing
back hatless, breathless. "My regi?
ment! My regiment! Where is lt?
Where ls lt?" shrieked the commander
"General," auswered the excited aid.
"Blanco started lt all right, but tbere
ure a couple of drunkeu Americans
down the road aud tbey won't let lt
A Triple Coincidence.
An almost Incredible triple coinci?
dence was noted lu Fiance some years
ago. In 189-1 tbe deputy for tbe Ar?
dennes was M. Ferry; for Loir et Cher,
M. Brlsson, and for the Vosges, M.
Hugo. In 1793, 101 yeera esrlier, each
district had been represented In the
chamber by a man of exactly tbe same
Mistress (midnight)?I don't Intend to
come downstairs to let you in at this
time of night again. New Girl (reas?
suringly)?You won't have to. mum.
Gue of my friends took an Impression
of your lock, and be's making a nice
key for me.?Loudon Globe.
"N. Peck's wife leads bim a rather
merry galt. I fancy."
"Ob. yes. Wben be wss courting
her he told her one day abe looked
pretty when she was angry, and now
lt bas got to be a habit."
He ls lifeless tbat ls fauitless.
Mr. John Riha t f Vining, Ia , sayi, "I hue
eei selling DeWiit'a Kidney and Blaeider
'ills for shout a jear aod they git,- hitler
itt.-t.elio- thin any pill I e-ter sold." Sall
v Vf, F. f n-igbton A lo.
Fancy EVAPORATED PEACBES.APRI
?OTS and PRUNES for nie by
J. C. MILBURN.
if, sae-kt choice COFFEES reeeiaed. to ba
eshly roasted aod aotd at 30c and 35c by
J C. MILBURN
FINE LARG.;pRUNE8 10e sod 16c per t
wind at J. C. MILBURN -T j ??
r*?-k w liaise- tm.rat lb- ? > 'it- j
i<;ti : :log tin- battle ol Ht j
. iucvnt Itelj-.-.l lo save a Krills- man
of-arar ft-ia Ht" nu aaa- "t ihe emmy
The fowl in iiinsti.'ii formed pin or
the Ihe stock of Ce-' Mnrtboroitfta. a
? Wkk li had slialcl-i-.l so scv.-rel.*
tl.at lM*r ?tptuin ?.t ? ' .cisidel1
adv 1-.iiiility aar striking* bis H :-;
-daffi wot entire!' i ?* idle I tu
educ: ..riv rn bad '-?>-" - nrried below
BlJ Wounded timi lin- cn w willi
out n ny li.-eil to cheer I In-lit np
|iegililli:r_ tn j.row ??ll i It'll under ll'.
her. >? on* i aft* the enemy, lu whl it they
weiv hardly ub?> lo r.-s:.t Al lah
sat*?-i-i) .1 bIi.i1 atna- Un- -
which Hie fowls weiv ...ail:.eil Tin
only sun i\ tte; .>.?. tip.tnl. a rock, lind
lug hlins.-it nt lii.ett... Hui lem! up
ami penile.! ltli.i*:a-:f Oil Ute stltlap Ol
ibe ntalautasl Bod ?orva?yed tin
of carnage aruuud lum Then Hairpins
bis wings in Jeilance. lu- began t.crow
roelfervualv. H.- iras answered bj
three heatly aad exhilarating cheers
from thu crew, wini nil had n
laugh ead, with spirits titus resewed
continued Hie tt.-il.iii willi a \U.?r lhat
lasted until a linn ia Uk- bailie rel
cued them from their light position.
London Cbronl ie.
The stale smell of c ij.:ir smoke ls
peculiarly unpleasant sad peculiarly
dlfllcult to get rl.l of lt elinga to tito
curtalus aiuJ to mosl ol the articles of
furniture which present tiny sort of un
absorbent surface. It ls not so to tlu?
sa ute extent with cigarettes or with
pipes. lu the case even of a singh
cigar books, papers and textiles ledi
of Its stale flavor, and the room re
quires abundant airing before that tin
vor ls completely eliminated. This ef?
fect, we are told, may ht traced to the
fact tbat a elgar produces pungent
aromatic oils lu greater abundance
than a cigarette or a pipe. Witb the
cigarette oils are probably burnt even
If they are formed, while in the pipe
tbey condense lu tbe stem. In the
cigar they seem to be chiefly discarded
Into tbe air In tbe form of a cigar
tobacco would appear to produce mort
oils than lu the form of a cigarette
or wben burnt In a pipe.?Loudon Lan?
Psrry's Big Guns.
Commodore Perry bad uot yet elec- 1
trifled a grateful nation with bis 1m- ?
mortal message, "We have met the en- j
erny, and they are ours." While the
battle was In progress the sound of
the guns was heard at Cleveland, A
about sixty miles away In a direct lino
over the water. The few aattlefi there
were* expecting the battle and listened
with Intense Interest. Finally the
sounds ceased. They waited for n re
newal. None came; the lull wits pain
fillI. Then they knew the battle was
over; but the result?ah, that was the
poluL One old fellow, who had been
lying flat with bis ear to the ground,
soon settled that point. Springing np
be clapped his hands mid shouted
"Thank God! They are whipped:
They are whipped!"
"How clo you kuow?" the others In?
"Heard thc big guus last!"
Perry's guns we-e tbe heaviest
Turning a Tight Screw.
Any one who has attempted to re?
move a very tight screw knows what
a very dlfllcult business lt ls Aftet
straining um! twisting for n cou
slderable time the operator frequent?
ly ends bj losing bis temi
destroying the bile ot thc screw.
which remain."! tixed as tightly as ever
With the aid of u pair ol pinchers, how
e.er, the affair ls epiite ii simple one
Place the screwdriver la position and
then catch hold of Un- Made with the
pinchers lust above the head of the
screw. Press th.- screwdriver firmly
nnd ut the smile time twist round tbe
blade with tbe pinchers. The lightest
screw will yield Immediately to this
sort of 'eel-suasion.
Bird dogs have been kuown tts such
Tor only about three or foin rent Urie?
So far ss we know, tbe Dake or North
jmberluud, sixteenth century, wits the
irst truluer of hird dogs The duke
ivas followed by others who trained
logs to "set" birds, bul lt was not till
he beglunlug of the nineteenth ci.-n
ury that any reliable record of n dis
duet brand of bird dogs can bs t"iind.
I'be Gordon setter was founded by the
Juke of Gordon about l-IM, New
A Retort O'lccurteoui.
A youug lady full of good deeds no
Iced the tongue of a horse Needing
nd with a use of technical terms too
ittle appreciated said lo the cabby,
Cabby, your horse has hemorrhage "
"It's 'ls tongue's too lurge tor his
iiouth," said tbe cuhliy nnd added sen
entlously, "Like some joting ladles."?
"I'm'sure we shall ba on good tents,'
lid tbe mau wbo bau Just moved Into
ie neighborhood to the corner grocer.
"No doubt of lt. slr. especially." be?
dded as an afterthought, -as th.
?rms are cash."?landon Telegraph
I don't like punlshiin nts. You w .1'
ever torture a child Into duty, but a
maible child will dread the fro wu of
Judicious mother more than ult tbe
>ds, dark rooms and scolding school
lstresses Li the universe.? \\ bite.
Parisians clo uot know any longer
hut real deep, restoring sleep is lt
?he lack of this which ls giving mod
-n generations their colorless lips
ile fates and feverish eyes.?Eclio d
Ihe Best of Everything
For Polishing Floors
30c the Quart*
616 King Street.
e>TH 'PUPSSS._Mc,HT BPLI.
j eloisa BKOOMd-ju-t received sud for
i low by J. C. MILBURN.
Ihe Collar Rox Has Been
The New Collar
ON SALE HERE.
402405 KING STREET
Hail Order Promptness
"The Ai: th Stand." "The Auth Ftand.
^he Amii Hams, the Auih Bacon
iincl the Auth Sausages
Are tor isle ONLY
Not thc Cheapest hut the Best.
Bell Phone 225.
R. F. Knox, Auctioueer.
>UR.SITANT to decrees of lite Cirrul Court
of Fairfax county, Ya., in the suit of
-eeutield vb. Kerby therein pending, the yt
idersigned commissioner of **lc will, shoat y<
o'clock noon, ou
SATURDAY, the '.th day of Msy, ms,
Ot for sile at public suction in front of tl
arkei Hi.ieee ( Beyal street entrance], in tl
y of Alexandria, Ya., that tract of Und lo- jj
led in Mt. Vetaofl maKiNteiial diatrict, ?a
iiiCmx county, Vs., rontaining 841 acreH, w|
ire or lem (family graveyanl reierveel), Sli
in* pnrt ?f the .1 d Samuel Collard real ea- a
e. ''he land is improved hy dwelling e?
u*e, bara sud other budding, iiml otchard. rj.
ie lind in ol good ijtiality aiul the location yy
exceptionally desirable. It is OB a public an
tal leading to the city rf Alexandria sud |,a
nut Ai _ail?i eadith cf said city. It is val?
ida for trucking or as a dairy farm. tr
rerms of sale joWJ catii sud the residue in |]
t>?.imaI ps* inputs st lil sod t~eire_Ol?ts
ni ilrt'e nf at ntiniiatii ti of tale. with inter
i.n ileferteai ntiyiiients from tlate of inn
ti'itii n nf ude, evidenced hy purr hater's
a . iii', n. I..- rrtaiaarl till last ps yin nt is
de. Tbe biddiB* will be-tarted .t ti7.s/0
aa rr. HMM AS p.. KUTII
n lite Clerk'* nfl'tcp ofthe Circuit Court of
irfHx county, Va,, I, \V, E. lirnhiiui, Dep
Cl-rk of ssid Court,do certify linet ide
td teiptired n'the conniiiaei mer of aale in
mit i.f<irt-.titi ld (a. Karby, pet.ding in .
I lour',lui' been executed with approved '
ely. Given under my hand this 24th day
kpril. ISM. W. E. GRAHAM,
pf.7 2aw_wmAth_Deputy Clerk. ?'
By Yamuti ll. Lunt, Auctioneer. n*
YVIP.lCKci A DKCRF.E OF THE ot
rofaatailoa Coart for the city of Alexan wc
i, entered on the 2.nd day of Junuary, f -?
", in the suit depending in the aaid court,
.teen Martha A. O'Brien and others.
int ill., and Luther Harrison Kell and
-rs, defendants, the undersigned commit
er, appoiuttd by the said court, will otter
sale at public auction, on
fcATURDAY, May i-th, 1908,
2o'clock in, the following reai eatate in
0. 1. House and lot No. 115 King atreet,
inning st n point on north side of King
et S*u teet ea>t ot Lee st reit; thence east on
g street AO feet; thence north 81 feet more
-ie. to Fayette alley; tl enrc weat on aaid
? 30 feet, ind theuce sc nth to the begin
t on King ttreet with Appurtenances. Deed
i No. !, psge 30.
n. i. Lot on north side of Fsyette slley,
nning 30 feet e-st of Lesjt treet; thence
mi aaid tiley <*0 ftet; thence north ff feet
'hes, more- ur Ifs*, thence wist 9d felt,
thence south to the point of beginning oo
alley and appurtenances. Deed book \V.
S, P. lld.
j 3. House sm] lot st the southesit
?section of Fairfax ami tineen streets, be?
ing at said intersectic.il ami rtiutiit |
ce i-eiith *a ith ca?t siale of Fairfax atreet
et t'. incl a--; lli-ne east'St feet lhe..i-?
t 27 f.et I hjrksii theuce east'lil feet 4
rs; tlience north ff ftet 3 inches, and
re weat on (.ueec street to the point of
ming snit appurtenances. Deed book P
1, P. 112.
rmi of ?le?One-third of the purchase
>y cash, and the I aaid BB thereof in two
I payments at aiz snd twelve months
hy a deed of trust or retention of
JOHH M. JOHNSON', Pit
Commissioner of Sale. I elad'
ng inter*st. Fvhlemed hy notes ami
>rtify thst John M.Johnson his executed i
nod ss reijuired of the commissioner of ] Ge
HKVELL rd. GREENAWAY, Clerk.
7 td __
Thoni-s W. ttobinibn.
George H. Robinson's Soo:
General Commission Merchant
AMI ?BAUM- IN
AT! AQ PORTLAND
ni *-*f\0 CEMENT,
BuiHing and Agricultural Lime,
Calcined Plaster, Hair, Terrs
Colts Flue Lining, Sewer
Pipe, Fire Bricks,
28 Kins: Street, Alexandria, Va.
S. J. COLLINSGRU Cd
I'etween 7th and 8th and
L and M streets S. E.,
All Grades of Horses.
Two car loads received
Take GREEN Car to Navy Yan
The Family Liquor Store
King and Alfred Sta.,
Wakefield Rye Sa*.,.-.
_ J Whisky
$1.00 Per 0 uart.
Fine Table and Cooking Wine
Moods Delivered to Any Part of the Oil
I'n.mpt attention lo Phone and Mail Order
No Bar. R. th Phonea.
SMOOT & CO
(Successor to J. Rector Smoot A Co,)
rn mm wu
Manufacture rt oi
XX)R AND WINDOW FRA MES, MOULl
)EALER8 IN LUMBER, SHINGLES,
LATHS. NAILS. LIME.
CALCINED PLASTER snd CXVVN
No. in north Union itreet,
femW Delivered free In the i*?*>
WM K. FIELD & CO.
JOSI AH H. D. SMOOT,
'. a in her stud Mill Worl
OF ALL KINDS.
Lime. Cement and Piaf te
Office ard Yard 115 N. Union itreet.
Factory No. Ill N. Lae street.
ear-Material Delivered FRKK in theolt*
ti investment yon wiih to make, reit assnr
i the safest investment yon can possit.]]
iske is to deposit your money in the Havingi
'epsrtment of this corporation where it wil
tm 3 per cent, iuterett compounded twice i
ear. Your principal will then he slwsyi al
jiu command and cannot depreciate it
due. You can start an account with thii
irporation for $1.00 or upwards. If jot
ive other investments in view isn't it Sel?
lable to have your MONEY MAKING
OKEY while you are deciding thia matter,
iiere'a many a $1 or $5 hill ipent unneces
rily because it ii carried iu lbs pocket,
ben a savings account would bave discuur
e?l or preveuted tbe expenditure. A hank
fount is uot only a convenience, hut a great
coursgerof economy, so why not commence
slit sud open an accnuut with di todsy.
e in vite yon to do so and promise courteous
tl liberal treatment consistent with lound
uk ing methodi.
irginia Safe Deposit aod
Capital Paid In, $300,000.
A--thc Hied Capital. 11.000.000.
?OUXDER8 AND MACHINIST^
J.* H. AITCHESON,
IACTICAL MACHINISTS AND ENG1
??And Builders of??
tRINE AND STATIONARY ENGINES
ilackunitkio_ and Steam Fitting, Eng)
sra' ..a.! Machinists' Supplies, ami sll tort
mill work and that eonuected with brick
rk promptly executed. Repairing promti
J. A H. AITCHESON,
16 Kins Htreet. i Alexandria, Vs.
[odernly eqnipped for bsnking In ita tb'
leposits received an bj ec t to shack st light,
leclioui mada on sll point*.
igh-grade investment aecuritlas bought
ettert of Credit ama Foreign Exchange
ifs Deposit Boies for rent.
Savings Department In which la tanaI lt
ired on deposits._ _
8. K. HOOFF, I j (IBO. K. WAR-IBM-,
BBSUrKlfT. J J OABHtaS.
rst National Bank,
?ilgnated Depository of th?
ITAL . ? 9100,00.
PLUS AND UNDIVIDED
.OFIT8 .... $ 66,001
B. R. HOOFF, J. E. MUIR,
, BOOTHE, M. B. HARLOW
B. BAER. JR.
nnpt attention given to sll basifies., ia
ng coi lection tk/oM-oat tha United
i apd Ea rope. _
t )c.urself a box of Qnjbon iiuiok and
that old enemy, La Grippe, a tnmkeul
"10c and 26c boxes at
___ IT Jfi_ff > a Bi-ii ai KOO .-ONS. .
Trains leave Union Station Alexandria
In Rfleot April 19th, 1908.
N. B? Following schedule I'.turca pohliahsd
ooly ai information, and are not guaranteed,
8*7 A. M.-Da-ly-Loeal for Harrison
burg, WarraBt-.u Danville and way atationi.
8 Al A. M.?Daily? U. S. Fast Mali. Stopi
only for pasneugers for Charlottesville and
points south at which scheduled to stop. First
class coaches anil drawing-room .leepe:a for
New Orleans. Diainr oar service.
4:27 P. M. Daily?Washington and Fbrid.
limited. Sleeping cars between New York, Au?
gusta am Jacksonville. Through Orat-class
cc?cue between Washington and Jacki?
villi. Dining car service between Washing?
ton snc" Jacksonville. Tourist to California
4:32 P. M.-Week Days-Local for Har
risouburg and way stations oo Manassaa
6:12 P. M.?Daily?Local for Warrenton
11:02 P. M.?Daily?Washington and Chat?
tanooga Limited (via Lynchburg). Fu?i
class coach and sleeping ears to Roanoke
Knoxville, Chattanooga and Merophii. Sleep
er to Birmingham and New Orleans, Wash?
ington to Roanoke. Dining car service.
11:17 P. M.?Daily?New York and New
Orleani Limited. All Pullman train, chit
ami observation cars to Ne.v Orleans. Sleep
ers to Asheville, Atlanta, Ki nu in sham and
New Orleans. Sleeper lo Charlotte. Dining
Through trains front the .Smith arrive at Al
exandria 8:28 and 8:is A. M. aid Ult,
8:43. and 11:1,(1'. M. daily. Harrisonburg
12.08 P. M. week ''ays ami fcll I' M. elsi ly.
From CharlottesviJh- 7:5.1 A. M
TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANCH.
Leave Alexaudria (W. AO. Station) 8:22 A
M., and 6.35 P. M. week days tot
Bluemont; 5.15 P. M. week days for Lees?
burg ; 9:21 t-. M. oo 8u nd avs only for Blue?
mont; 4.48 P. M. daily for Bluemmi!.
For detailed schedule figures, tickets, Pu
man reservation, etc., apply to
WILLIAM G. LE HEW, Union Ticke
Agent, Alexandria, Va.
C. H. ACKERT. Vice Pres. and Gen. Mgr
a H. HARDWICK, Psss. Traf. Mgr.
W. H. TAYLOE. Gen. Passenger Agent.
L. S. BROWN, General Agent.
_ Washington, D. C.
Wa* hington, Alexandria ?
Mt Veruoii Railway.
LIA VI A1.KXA1.PKU,
For Washington, from corner Prince and
Royal streets, week days, at 546, lill), ri 20
635, 6 45, 700, 710, 7 20,736, 7 50,800,
lift 8 20, S,%), SbO, HW, 9 30, 9 60,
10 10, 1030, 10 60, ll 10, ll 25, ll 30, ll 50a
m., 12 10, 12 25, 12 .10, 12 50, 1 10, 1 25, 1 SH,
1 60, 2 10, 2 26, 2 30, 2 60,3 10,1 (ft 3 40,4 00,
4 20, 4 30, 4 35, 4 60, 6 10, 6 20, 5 36, 6 46,
6 00, 6 15, 6 30, 6 50, 7 10, 7 30, 8 00, 8 30,
900,9 30, 10 00, 1030, ll 10 ami ll.Vp. m.
Sundays?700, 810, 8 15, 900, 930, 10 10
10 45, ll 16 and ll 45 a. m., Vi IS, 1140. 105,
1 20, 1 40, 2 mi, 2 20, 2 40, 3 00, 3 20, 3 40, 4 00,
4 20, 4 40,6 00, 6 20, 6 40, 6 00, ii 20, 6 40, 7 00.
720, 7 40, 8 00, 830, 900, 9.(0, 10 00, 10 Sf
and ll 10 p.m.
FOB MOUNT VBRNON.
Leave Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week
days, 5 45, 662, 832, 1025, ll 25 a. m.. 12 52,
125, 226, 332, 436, 6 36, 706 and 84.
8uudsys-700, 932, 10 41, ll 40 a. m., 12 40
1 40, 2 40, 3 40, 4 47, 7 05, K 46 sud 10 16 p. na
Washington So.it hern Ry
Schedule in eflect April l.th 1908.
Trains leave Union Statiou for Washington
and points north at S ti. amt 9 .'..'J a. m., 1201
2 30, 807.9 23. and 1133 p. m., week dava.
Sundays?9.ll a.m., 12 01, 1.13, 8 62,
I _?( eur 11 33 p. m.
For Frederickiburg, Richipnud and points
aouth st 4 22, 4 37, aud I 21 a. rn , 4:0?,
JW (local), and 6 37 p. m., week days,
.Sundays?4 37, 6 48, and 9 22 a. ni. 4 02,
51 7 (local), and 637 p. m.
Accommodation for Iredericksburg at 8 48
a. m. week days.
Nori:?Time of arri vals aud departs"?
and connections uot guaranteed.
C. W. CULP, W. P. TAYLOR.
Gen'l Supt. Traf. Mgr.
? _ BTEAMEltb. _____
NORFOLK AND WASHINGTON
Fare FIVE CENTS each way
Commencing May lal
Leave Alexandria at 6.46, 8.16. 9.46 snd
11.16s. m., 12.46,2.1.5,188.8.131.52sud 6.46 p. lu.
Leave Washington st 6.00, 7.30, 9.00 snd
10.30 a. rn:, 12-00 noou, 1.30, 3.00, 4.30 and
6.00 p. m.
Steamer stops at Gieshoro every trip except
W. H. Callahan, Gen. Pim. Aft,
John Callahan. 2d V.-P. and G.
MARYLAND, DELAWARE AND VIR.
GINIA RAILWAY COMPANY.
lae Bteanien of This Line Will Leave Alee,
EVERY SUNDAY, TUKSDAY
at 4:.'i0 o'clock p. m.
e*OR BALTIMORE AND ALL Till
USUAL RIVER LANDINGS.
( _ sine and appoint men ts unexcelled.
Freight for Balli mere, Philadelphia rad
Nsw York soli, ited and handled wiih oars,'
Through raw-, sud hills of lading issued.
Single fare to Baltimore, |Sj round trip, fr.
.Stateroomi, one way, tl.bo. Meals. 76o.
WM. M. REARDON. Agent,
Foot of Cameron street.
OLABBNCXO. LIADBBATK&. President.
soward fl. lbaobbatbs, Vice President.
john liadhkatkb. at.*, and Tw-nreT.
-?STABLISH Kl) 1793.
IS. LEiUlBEriTEl k ?S,
Ma-nrVtnring Pharmacist! and Denten la
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Pl salsas. -Spi. .-s,
Druggnti' taney Goods and Hpeci?.lti?, La*
portent of Tooth Rrnehes, Hair Brush**, r.r*
"amery, Olive Oil, Ac.
Agents for John Lucia A Co.'*. Tinted
Gloss Ps in ts, Masury't Liquid Colon and
Devoe'a Lead sud Zinc Pa.
Gooda shipped the day on tor li receive!,
Q-eUaUoua nirniahed by return w.eii. ? ,r.
?mm-oomtmnn- ?r't 'ard
General taraaee igcncj
doom No. 4, Burke A Herbert Bldg.
Tbe companies represented in thia office
hsve asset* of ovsr $100,000,000. Among
others are :
Hartford Flra Insurance Ce.
Liverpool A London & (Hobs
/?htns Insurance Co.
Northern Assurance Co.
Springfield Flra A Marino.
Prompt attention given to adjustment of
loaaea sad all mattera ooonectad with in.nr*
tr***. ortl lw
Lithia and IHatjoesia Springs
Greatest known Water for Dys
lepsia, Indigestion, Kidney and
Leading Physicians endorse it
nd testify to its great merit.
_NK WARFIELD. Drnggis!
Snccessor to WARFIELD * HALL.
PHONE 144 80LE AGENT,
, W. Cirosr V\irf\T sui Prin. Ste.ita.
Sweet and Sour Pickle-* for tale at 12 teat
doun. J. C. MILBURN,
xml | txt