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You Will Need an Oil Stove
When warm days and
the kitchen fire make
cooking aburdt-n?then
is the time to try a New
Perfection Wick Blue
Flame Oil Cook-Stove.
Marvelous how this
stove does away with
kitchen discomforts?how
cool it keeps the room in
comparison with condi?
tions when the coal fire was
burning. The
ERFECTION
Wick Blue Hame OU Cook-Stove
is the emly oil stove built with a CABINET TOP for holding plates
and keeping foexi hot after cooking. Also has useful drop ?helves
on which to stand the coffee pot or teapot after removing from burner.
_ med with two nickeled rack3 for towels. A marvel of comfort,
simplicity and convenience. Made in three
sizes?with or without Cabinet Top. If not
with your dealer, write our nearest agency
^name*** every one wants?hand?
some enough for the parlor; strong enou?Ji for
the kitchen, camp or cottage; bright enough for
every occasion. If not with your dealer, write
our nearest agency.
Standard OH Company
(Incorporated)
Virginia Safe Deposit & Trust Corporation
ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA,
Authorized Capital Paid in Capital
$1,000,000.00_$300,000.00
DIRECTORS.i
C. J. Rlxey, John P. Robinson, Thomas J. Fannon, C C.Eeadbeatet
Henry K. Field, Henry Baader, George S. French, J. K. M Norton
We act as Executor, Administrator and Trustee. Issue Fidel
Ity, Contract, Official and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and
Trust Business Transacted. Interest paid on Savings Accounts.
We solicit the accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms and Individ?
uals, and promise liberal treatment consistent with sound banking
methods.
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Corner King and Royal Streets. Capital $100,000
CENTRALLY LOCATED.
Places at your disposal every facility [and service offered
by any Conservative Bank.
Considerate conservatism in banking is to care for many
interests.
We are prepared to properly care for yours.
The Board of Directors of the Alexandria National Bank :
Judge C. E. Nit-ol, President.
John A. Marshall. Vic* Preai-ieai
T. C. Smith, Cashier
W. A, Hmtiot, Jr.
W. A. SmoJt.
E. L. Cockrell.
W. B. Smoot, Vice President.
-ill Smith, Vine President.
C. C. Carlin.
A. H. Beetoi
P. F. Gurman.
Edward 0. Portnei.
Invite your accounts, whether large or small,
both in the Commercial and Savings Department
T with the assurance of careful attention.
Customers in our Savings Department are requested to ?
bring in their books and have interest due April 1st en- ?
tered. We want your account whether it is large or small. ?
CHAS. R. HOOFF, President. GEO. E. WARFIELD, Cashier
G. L. BOOTH I , Vice-president. J. J. GREEN, Asst. Cashier
The First National Bank
Of Alexandria, Va.
CAPITAL . . $100,000
Surplus and Net Profits $175,000
1864
Forty-five Years of
Conservative
Banking
DIRECTORS:
1909
C. R. HOOFF JAS. F. HUIR M. B\ HARLOW
GARDNER L. BOOTHE B. BAER, Jr.
WALTER ROBERTS GEO. E. WARFIELD
This Vsnk since itt orpsnirstion, with s capital of$100,000. which has remained
the rsn.e has paid tn its tu e-kbolders in dividend* $4e>,6?i, at.d aecurnnlated an tin
divided profit of $l*?.*i.l?. Im stock is held hy share holdeis. widely distributed. Its
dtrei t.-rs pre strong ihe well-known and sebstantial bne.ii en. men of this city. Tts
aatiafaotory service in all departments has made for it _anj friends. The patronage
of the public is solicited.
MAO.ON ANO CARRIAGE BUILDERS
The Wagons We Sell
Are strictly first class in every
particular. Experience has taught
us that to pay a few dollars more
and get the BEST is the most
economical way to supply our
needs, and we are not different
from other folk; then when you
buy a wagon why not get the
bestr Our Weber Farm Wagons
can't be beat. They are strictly
guaranteed, as is also etery kind
of farming implements we handle
iTVERS BROTHERS
115 North Pitt Street
TUESDAY EVENING. JUNK t, 1??.
TARRED AND FEATHERED.
Taken forcibly from a house io West
Pike township, near Pittsburg, Pa.,
early yesterday, by 15 men, Mollie
Ridge was stripped of clothing, covered
with tar and feathers sod (brawn into
Pike Ran, while H. 0. Wright, foand
io tbe home ol the womso, wss also
s ripped, beaten and thrown into the
same stream yesterday. Wright and tbe
woman sppesred before Justice of tbe
Piace McKeso, at Cali for na, Ps., and
made information againat J. F Charles
and Gifford Wrigtt, brothers of tbe
male vic.im, and Playford Wright,
out-in. Tbe charge is aggravated as?
sault ant* battery and malici ns mischief
Warrants were issaei, hut late last
' Ighl no arrests bad been made. It is
sm) the woman bsd b-en warned to
leave the neighborhood a number ol
tioifs, and wheo she refused the drsstic
aciiou of yesterday resulted.
FARMER KILLS INTRUDER.
Ricbsrd l> >ard a wealthy farmer of
Roanake county went to Salem, the
county sea*, at 3 o'clock yesterday morn?
ing, and git Sheriff Hatcher out of bed
to tell him lhat be (B >ard) had shot and
killed a white man oo bi* plantation
shortly before midnight, li arl hesrd
somebody in bis spring bouse, aod arm?
ing himself witb a revolver, went to
nvfatlsrate The intruder mn and de?
clined ti bslt wheo commanded to do so
bj V, lard. The lstter fired several shots
at tbe fleeing fignre in the moonlight
The man fell, aod when 1* jard reached
his side he was dead. A bullet had cut tbe
jugular vein. There was nothing on the
man's person to indiru'.e his identity.
I)srd was released on bail. Tbe man
evidently was a forigoer, about fifty
years old.
CROW WAS THE THIEF.
A petcrow in the family ol Alexander
V. Anderson, at lijckport Ky., has been
found to bave been the thief which for
several years has been proloining dia?
monds and articles of jewelery which
tbe family had misunl from time to time
and for the theft of wbich several servants
bael been accused and discharged. Tbe
oiow was seen to tty from the honse with
a diamond brooch in its mouth, aod a
search of bis nest in a tree revealed a
gold aa'ch, two rings, two $10 biils,
one $i?0 ?nld piece, a woman's "ra1"
anel manv other ar.ides sf more or less
value. Tbe loss of the articles had loog
balled the members of the family.
$1.00 SUNDAY E.V^UK.SIONs "jileie)
Kilee-tive Sunday, June Lilli, Ban thara
Kn il way will place on sale at Wanhiug
ton Union Station, Alexandria (WAG
Station), Glencarlyn and Falls Church round
trip Sunday Excursion tickets to station
Ashburn to Hluemout, inclusive, limited to
date of aale. rate $1 00.
Similar tickets will also ba SOM to Wash?
ington, II. C-, and return from nations Blue
i.iunt, to Ashburn, ine-l uni ve. Nu Mop-oven
allowed and no baggage checked. There
will be sold until hvntember 12th
EXECUTORS' NOTH E-Havingiiualilied
sh executors cf the eatatt- ol Eli/a C.
Ailinn, idiiie is given to all persons having
elaimsagain -.i.. i, prasnt th**
same for payment, aod lo all persona iodebt
Od to said estate to settle th* saint-.
ALFRED THOMSON, | **??.??
0. B.&LYE, J Executor..
jel 2w_
WINKS AND LIQUORS.
A SOCIAL GLASS
of wine, beer, whisky, that you
keep on hand to offer to your
friends, should be of the very
best and purest to befound. You
can ste>e-k wine cellar, buffet, or
private closet fromour fine stock
of choice whiskies, Burgundies,
clarets,Rhine wines,Champagnes
at prices that will enable you to
have a large variety, and of the
very best quality.
Fleischtnann's.
The Best of Everything.
Red Cedar Flakes
A sure protection against
moths.
The most cleanly and
convenient.
10c large package
Taylor's P-bannacy,
filtj KING STREET.
Night Bell. Both Phones.
t
The VELVET KIND
ICE CREAM.
All cream pasteurized.
All cans sterilized
Sold at soda fountain.
Special home delivery.
Leave orders with
Taylor's Pharmacy.
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Highest Cash Prices
paid lor worn garments; either ladies' or
genu'; aend post>l, will call. Spot caah paid
for aecond-hand furniture of all kind'.
ALEXANDRIA BARGAIN HOUSE,
my_i la Cor. Cameron and Fairfax Street
To Wake up your Liver
and Purify your Blood
TAKE IT NOW
THE CENUINE ha* tha RED Z en
Ihe Iron! ol each package and Ihe
signature and seal ol J- H. ZEIUN
A CO., on tho aldo, IN RED.
BOOK-ELLKR ANO STATIONER.
Steel Die
Embossed Stationery
"Alexandria Virginia"
In dark blue letters. The very
latest. For Male by
S. F. DYSON & BRO.,
6C8 KING HT.
Next to Opera Houae.
Bell Telephone 27?.
WINES AND LIQUORS
Best on the Market.
o-o-O
Not only this?but courte?
ous assistants to
serve you
Seasonable Lunch
Served Daily.
Get one of "Bill's" Favorite
Decoctions.
In fact if you want to spend
a pleasant evening
go to see
John Riley,
114 North Fairfax Street.
THE ALEXANDRIA
Iron Works
Foundry, Machine Work
and Blacksmithing
Stroctnral Iron a Specially
Manufacturer of Patent Tnrban Pump
for dairy and suburban homes.
Agent for coal o!l engine, tha only
safe power around buildings
Send ns your inquiries for anything in
Iron
J. & H. AITCHESON,
Machinists and Engineers.
Agents Gray Gasoline Motors
Engineers and Machinists
Supplies,
Pipe, Pipe Fittings, Valves, Etc
Blacksmithing and Repair?
ing Promply Executed
BUILDING MATERIALS.
SMOOT & CO
(8acoeasoi to J. Hector 8me?t * Oe.
TOM FWOW
\w tuarn un.!
?lanufactnrera oi
.XHJto a-tit) vtTINDOW FR> -Bb, M -
INOS.Ao.
0ZALER8 IN LUMBER, dHINQLtt
UTH8.NAIIALIME,
CALCINED PLABTEB and e'?*?*??
Vo. 36 north Union rtrae
Alexandria, Va
i.amber Delivered friee in the e*li>.
[ESTABLISHED 18--.]
BEM K. FIELD & CO
Sn meeson to
JOSIAH H. D. SMOOT,
Lumber and Mill Wor
OF ALL KINDS.
Lime, Cement and Plaster
Office aad Yard 115 8. Union street,
Factory No. ill N. Lee street.
^?T-Materhl Delivered FREE in the my
AGRICTTLTUBAL.
RICHARD fl. WATTLES
MANt'FA-rTUKF.R OF
FERTILIZERS
Office and ?"?'torrs: 115-117 N. Royal 8t.
Dealer in Hardware, Paints, Agri?
cultural Implements, Vehicles.
Harness, Field and Garden Seeds.
WARKHOIPES, ROI TH INION STREET, OH
LINE OF SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Also Grain, Hay, Straw and
Ail Kinds of Mill Feed.
Will always keep in stock the highest grads
)f thane artielM. novS ly
j. W. Harv ey. JR., I D. C. RlCHARDfiOH
Prea't & Treas. Beere?ry,
-TEUC
Bryant Fertilizer Co m pan j
Man_aetnrars of
r_BTIIJZ_R8, FERTILIZING MATE
RIALS, PURE RAW BONE AND
FINE GROUND NOVA 800*1-1
LAND PLASTER.
Office: Bnrke and Herbert's bank building.
Factory and Wharf: Foot of Doxa
Alexandria. Va
ohm P. Robinson, Geo. S. French,
President. Secretary.
alexandria Fertilizer and
Chemical Company.
MANtFACTTBERS OF
Fertilizers, Fertilizer Ma?
terials & Sulphuric Acid,
l-.sk yonr dealer for the Alexandria Fer?
tilizer & Chemical Co.'s Prodncta.
(apaclt): SO.INH) tons per annual.
Prim?? Newt and Potomac River Wharf,;
Alexandria..Vira-ia.
King of
Lord Fairfax AcsX??,e
$1.00 Per Full Quart.
I"illari.A & IV., {PROPBIETORSJKING ST.
Sold By All First-class dealers:
Both 'phone*
JEWELRY
Bridal Gifts
which come from this jewelry
store are always prominently dis?
played People know that our
jewelry, silver and cut glassware
are* stamped with the hall mark
of quality. So if you have a
wedding gift to make, obtain it
here. That will at once prove
your generosity and your good
taste
H. W. WILDT & SON,
10f. North Royal Street.
Bell Phone 345 J.
Quality Established Our Reputation.
KAMMEL CAFE
New Hotel Ramtnel
126-130 NORTH ROYAL STREET.
Soft Shell Crabs Steamed Hurd Crabs
Delicious Deviled Crabs Little Neck. Clams
Both Phones
Drink Mico Water.
Don't Jump on
the ice man. He ia sometimes a pret?
ty decent sort of chap ia anita of the
funny ueweepaprr jokes. We prove
it by leaving you a good big pine ni'
ire for Ihe money. By coming around
regularly and not leaving you in tin
lurch when you have a lot of spoil
able thinjta in your ie-e box. Tell us
tocalI tomorrow morning,
F MUTUAL ICE CCI
Phone 51
GR00ERIEH.
-Ramsay Salis the Best.
Cheap
40 Pails
NEW PACK
Herring Roe
20 Pounds Roe Each
95c
RAMSAY'S.
ooo
190 Packages
Im Potomac
Family Roe
Herring
PRICE S CO.'S PACKHfi.
40 Barrels
50 Halves
25 Quarters
75 Kits
Cantrell and
Cochran's Belfast
Aliquot Club
U. S. Club
Beaufont Lithia
?osman's, Hire's
In all 250 dozen.
a
We LAUNDER
Any thins; that Can be Lauudered
Special
work left at our office, 007 King
St, before 9 a. m. will be fin?
ished tame day if desired.
Give as s trial. Phone 203 (Bsll>
Oar wagoo will tall.
The BANNER STEAM
LAUNDRY
000 ORONOCO BTREFT.
K. F. Knox, Auctioneer.
Sale of Valuable Real Estate.
Pursuant to a decree ol' the Circuit C, I rt
for the City of Alexandria. Virginia, wherein
Ellen C. Daingertield ia the plaintit), ?nd
Henry Daiugertield, et ali, ai*i the deft-inf?
ants, entered on the tweuty-sixtl. day of Bea*
temher one thousand eight hundred and
ninety-eight, the undersigned will oder for
Hale, at public auction, in front of the Market
Building on Boyal Street, the fellowing real
estate, in the City of Alexandr ia, Virginia,
at twelve o'clock ni, on
THDK8DA Y, the tenth els y of Jnne:
1. House and Int on the eaat side of Va?h
iuKton atreet. 106 feet 7 inches aouili of Kins
street, and running south, on Wanhin.r'ini
atreet 3(1 feet; thenee eaat, pe.ra>llel with King
street, 123 fe*tC inchea; thence north *'.e'> feet
7 inches; thence west ejO feet e; inches theuce
eolith i*. feet 7 inchea, and t'nence west (13 feet,
to the beginning
2. All tbat square of ground containing
two acree, and bounded by Oronoko, Fayette,
Princes*, and Payne atreots.
This square ia on the railroad and ore of
the beat squares for bnsi oess or dwelling pur?
pose* in the city:
3. I ot on the south aide nf Princess street,
39 feet 7 inches east of Royal street, and mo?
uin? thence east, on Princess street. 19 feet
7 teebar thence south, parallel with Koral
atreet,S3 feet 3 inchea to an alley lo feet wide;
thence weat on said alley 19 feet 7 inchea; aud
thence north S3 feet 3 inches to the point of
beginning, with the right of uae of said alley.
4. Lot at the interaection of the nomi: aide
of Prince? street, with the eiwt aide of Jtoyal
atreet, fronting 20 feet on Princess stree! and
running back with Royal atreet KS teat
inchea, to an alley 10 feet wide, with the use
of said alley
Terms of safe: One-fourth csib, and the
balance in one, two, and three yeara, with in?
terest, or all caafa, at the option of the pur?
chaser,
J. K. M. NORTON,
B.C. THOMPSON.
Commissioners of rale.
I, Nevell 8. Greenaway, Clerk of tba Cir?
cuit Court of the City of Alexandria, Vir?
ginia, do certify that the bond, aa required
af the above cniuniiHsioners of sale, waa given.
NEVELL & GREENWAY, Clerk.
By I.iiuis N. DrrFKY, D. C.
my19td_
By Samuel H. Lunt, Auctioneer
By virtue nf a decree rendered th.) 19th
day of May, 1909 in the chancery cauae af
Franklin T. Evans vs Thomas 8 Evana, et.
ila , pe ding in the Corporation Court of the
Hity of Alexan"ria,Virginia, Ihe undersign)*!
Commissioner* will offer for aale at public
tuction on
HATPRDAY. the 19th day of June. 1909.
St 12 o'clock m. in frout of the Royal atreet
sntrance to the Market Mudding,in siid City,
he fol owing described real estute aitimted in
the aaid City cf Alexandria, snd described
ia follows, to-wit:
1. All that lot of ground with the buildings
.hereon in the aaid City of Alexandria. Va.,
legining at the intersection ofthe north aide
d'Gibbon street with the eaat ride ot' Hmry
itreet, and running thence north ea Beaty
itreet 16 feet; thence eaat parallel to ' ribbon
itreet SO feet, 5 inchea to an alley 5 feet wide:
hence south ou aaid alley 10 feet to Gibbon
itreet, and thence weat on Gibbon street 80
e t, 5 inchea to the beginning.
2. All that lot of ground with rhe fi Sidings
hereon adjoining the above ieearibed t>rn
lertv on the north, and running thence north
m Henry street let feet to an alley 3 feet wide;
hence e- ut on said alley eat) feet, 5 inche i to
malley 5 feet wide; thence aonth on laat
tamed alley 18 feet, and thence weat in a di
eet line 80 feet, 5 inches to tbe beginning.
3. All that lot of ground with the improve
cents thereon in the aaid City nf Alexandria,
.nd bounded as follews, to-wit. Beginning
m the east aide of Henry atreet 3ft feet north
if Gibbon street, and on the north line of an
Hey 3 feet wide, and running thence north
n Henry street 65 feet to an alley 10 feet wide;
hence eaat on aaid alley 8* feet, 5 inche*;
hence south 66 tatt, and thence west in a
lirect line 85 feet, 5 inches to the beginning,
rith all appurtenances.
4 All that lot of ground in the Mid City of
llexandria, beginning on the north side of
Jibbon utreet 85 'en, 6 inchea eaat cf Henry
treet, and running thenceea?t on Gibbon
treet 20 feet; thence north Derailed to Henry
treet 100 feet to an alley 10 feet wide; thence
rest on said alley 20 feet, and thence south in
direct line 100 feet to the beginning, with
ie right of way over the said alley.
Terms of sale: One third cah and the
alanctein two equal payments at ooe and
vo years from day of sale; the deferreel pay- I
lents to bear 6 per cent interest, or all cash
t the option of the purch;i?er.
RAMlTELG. BRENT
DOUGLASS STUA""IT
Commissioners of Sale.
I hereby certify thtt Douglass Stuart, one
' the ' ommisaionera in the above cads*, hat
itered into bond with approved security as
?quired by the decree in the above NM
mdered.
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY,
Clerk of the Corporation Court
by Loota Nf. De rt ar, D. C.
Ja. el ta
If yon are contemplating anythirgin the
ne of painting, Leadbeaters want you t<<
.me iu and talk it over with them. They
ill show you points wherein they excel. ?
RAILROADS!
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
Trains leave Union Station Alexandria
In Eflect May 30th, 1909.
N. B?Following schedule figures publlaheC
only aa information, and are not guaranteed
7:47 A. M.?Daily Local between Washing?
ton sud Danville.
8:07 A. M.-Daily-Local for Harrison
bnrg, and way stations.;
9.17 A. M.-Daily-U. 8. Fast MaU. Stops
only for passengers for points south at whioh
scheduled to atop. First class coaches, sleep?
ers to Birmingham and drawing-room sleep
era fo> New Orleans. Dining car service.
4:27 P, M. Diily-Washington and Florid;
limited. Sleeping cars between New York. Aa
gusta Aiken and Jacksonville. Through
Hrst-ola* s coaches between Waahington and
Jacksonville. Dining car service. Tourist to
Cali ron" tri-weekly.
4:32 P. M.-Week Days-Local for Har
risonburg and way stations on Manta?
branch.
6:12 P. M.-x>"a_y-Loc_ for Warrentc
and Charlottesville.
10:37 P. M.-Daily-Waahington and Cha
tanooga Limited (via Lynch bnrg!. Fl"**
ola? coach and sleeping canto fioanok
Knoxville, Chattanooga and Memphis, Slea
er to Birmingham and New Orleans. Was*
ington to Roanoke. Dining oar service.
11:02 P. M.-Daily-New York and Nev
Orleans Limited. All Pullman train, oin
and observation ears to New Orleant. Sleep
ers to Asheville, Atlanta,au New Orleans
Sleeper to Charlotte. Dinim- oar service.
Through trains from the South arrive ? A
exandria6:13 and 6:38 A. M. aod,12:23 P. M.
8:13, and 10:23 P. M. daily. Harrisonburg
12:08 P. M. week days and 9:13 P. M. daily
From Charlottesville 7:53 A. M.
TRAINS ON BLDEMONT BRANCH.
Leave Alexandria (W. efcO. Htatiou, week
daytat *:2: a. M. and 1:40 and 4:28 P. M.
n r Bluemont; 6:35 P. M. week 'ay* for
I.eesourg; 5:16 P. M. daily for Bluemont
and 9:02 and 9:21 A.M..local, on Sunday, only
for Bluemont.
Forde?lied schedule figures, tickets, Pull.
man reservation, eto., apply to
WILLIAM 0. LEHRW, Union Tieke
Agent. Alexandria, Va.
C. H. ACKEliT. Vice Pres. and Gen. Mgr
S. H. HARDWICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr.
W. H.TAYLOE.Gen. Passenger Agent.
L. 8. BROWN, General Agent.
_Washington, P.O.
Washington Southern Ry
Bonedule in efleet Jan. 4th, 1909.
Trains leave Union Station for Washington
and points north at 802,8 23 and 8 33 a. m.,
12 tl, 230, 807, 818, and 1133 p. m., week
days.
Sundays?8 23 anet 8 33 a. m., 12 01. 8 07,
8 18 ewe 11 33 p. m.
For Fredericksburg, Bichmond and points
south at 4 22, 4 37, 9 22 and 11 32 a. m., 4:02,
517 (local), and 7 52 p. m., week days,
Sundays?4 37, 7 is, and 9 22 a. m. 4 02,
617 (local), and 752 p. m.
Aooommodation for Fredericksburg at 9 tl
a. m. week days.
Nora:?Time of arrivals and dspartnre
and connections not guaranteed.
W. P. TAYLOB.
Traf. Mgr._
8T-AMEB8.
MARYLAND. DELAWARE AND VIR
GINIA RAILWAY COMPANY.
uiiiiivn L'rurmril'
Steamers of This Line Leave Al_ andria
on and alter May 15, 1900,
Every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and
SATURDAY at 4:30 p. m.
TOR BALTIMORE AND ALL THI
U8UAL RIVER LANDINGS,
Cuisine and appointments unexceliei.
Freight for Baltimore, Philadelphia tat
Hew York solicited and handled with oars,
Through rates and bills of lading issued.
Single fare to Baltimore, $2,50; round trip,
$3.60. -euterooms, one way, $1.60. Meals. 80a
REARDON A GRIMES, Agents,
Foot of Cameron street.
QKOOERIEb.
W. A. JOHNSON & CO..
WHOLESALE GROCERS
GatNKRAL COMMISSION MERCHANT*
And Dealers in
ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS
Have on band Gibson's XX, XXX, XXXX
and Pure Old Bye, Old Cabinet and Mono
gram Whiskies; also Baker'sand Thompson's
Pure Rye Whiskiea, to which they invite ths
attention ofthe trade.
Orders from the country for merck andie*
shall receive prompt attention.
Coualgnmenta of Flour, Grain and Country
Produce solicited, for which they guarantee
he highest market prices and prompt returns
N. E corner Cameron and Royal Streets.
JOHN AHERN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GBOC-SB
And Dealers in
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Country Produce received daily. Our stock
of Plain and Fancy Groceries embraces every
thing to be had in this line.
We hold largely in United States bonded
warehouse and carry in stock various brands
of tho beet
PURE BYE AND MALT WHISKIES
_ade. Have also in store superior grades e*
Foreign and _m?rint?
WINES. Ai_S, BPOWN 81 JUT, An,
J_r_u_-ction Guaranteed as to Prue tai
Quality.'**r,
_Oarner Prince and Commerce Streets
~~~IN8URANOB.
General Insurance Agency
LAURENCE STABLER,
Room Ne. 4, Bark* * Herbert Bldf.
The oompanies represented in thia oflo*
have assets of over $100,000,000. Among
others are:
Hartford Fire Insurance Ce
Liverpool ft London ft Glebe
/Etna Insurance Ce.
Northern Assurance Ce
Springfield Fire ft Marine
Prompt attention given to adjustment o
I oases and all mattera conneoted with (near
ince intt tr*
r^OOD
MOTOR BOAT
Mhonld be covered by a good
insurance policy?one tbat
covers every passible acci?
dent.
Ooly one agent in Alexan?
dria writes motor boat in
HARRIE WHITE
IN8UBANCE snd BONDING.
Office 119 South Fsirfax Street,
.lexandria - Virsinia
SAMUEL E. LINDSEY,
Real Estate. Loan,
INSURANCE.
IT 8 lm* tnVS Kin, St -2d Floor
'or Saturday and Sunday.
We will have Frown Custard and all other
Ivors ol" Ice Cream. Our Fruit Cream ia
ad* from Fresh Frnita.
Wholesale and Retail.
I. BLOCH.??*
Both Phones.
I. >ou are ooe ol ilioae unlortiiuate pe'pie
toot bleed la io bad ord?r and troubled
th skin eruptions you should get a bertie of
EADBEATERt) COLONIAL SAKtSAFA.
ILLA (60c). It't a safe sud reliable pup?
ation.

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