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TWO YEARS AGO
ROSEMONT Waa only a paaturc field. without a sign of a house or prospect of one. TODAY Iri.aperfecf'City Beautiful" with 19 handsome brick homes.two more to be started thi. month. every resident owning hia own home Do you realize the improvements that have been made in Rosemont? There are granolithic sidewalks. paved ?u?ers. for surface drainage only. good streets. beautiful parkings kept in perfect order. city water. gas and electricity. street hghts, a fine seweragc plant. fire plugs. night and day police protection. the night watchman having to register all over the property with a watchman's clock every hour. a beautiful eleetric station with a public phone for the use of the residents: mothet words cverything that the best residence section mside of Alexandria has. and with good sidewalks and paved street right into town. and a 3c ear fare to the shopping districts. There is much more to tell which will appcar in the next articlc published in this space. F. L. Slaymaker, 813 King Street. THE ROSEMONT MAN. First National Bank of Alexandria, Virginia OFFICERS G. LJBOOTHE. President GEO. E. WARFIELD. C.shier M. B. HARLOW. Vice-President J. J. GREEN. Assistant Caahier DIRECTORS GARDNER L. BOOTHE BENOIT BAER. JR. M B. HARLOW FRAMCIS L. SMITH GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MUIR WALTER ROBERTS RESOURCES Ivoansand Invcstments. 0384,488.90 l'. S. Bonda. 125,000.00 Banking Houae. 78?M.61 l?ue from Banksand EtO aenreAgenta. 9B,l0t_ Cbah. M.H3-60 o Pertcut.Fund. 3.400. uo 11,228,833.42 LIABILITIES Capital.*!M-m Burplnaand Proflts. l2__S'S <'irc-ulation. 32_\5 Depoaita. btS2'S Other Liabilities. 1,416.01 11,228,838.42 IWa bank wltb Ita ample eaprtal and aurplu8,l?a adeo.uate equipment UMJ rVilities. BOlletta the aeeotints or inaiiiilactii-ers, wholesalers. retallers an.l indi\ i.luais on tbe beat terma eonatatent with aound banking. No aeeount too large to be handtod satisiactoriiy, none too amaii to be appreeiated. Virginia SafeDeposit&TrustCorporation ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. Authoriied Capital. $1,000,000. Paid in Capital. $300,000. DIRECTORS ? J Rixcy. John P. Robinson. Thomas J. Fannon. C. C. Leadbeater, Henry K. Field. Henry Baader. George S. French. J. K. M. Norton. We act as Executor. Administrator and Trustee. Isaue Fidelity. Contract. Official and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and Trust Business Transacted Interest paid on Savings Aeeounts. We solicit the accounta of Banks. Corpora ions. Firms and Individuals. and promise liberal treatment eonsietent with Bound banking methods. John Ahern & Co., Corner Prlaee and Commeroe Btreeta. WHOLESALE tf RETAILGROCERS an.l dealen la PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. COUntn produee received daily. our Btoek of I'lain and l'aii.-v Orocerl. bracea everythlng tp be had In this Hnc. u .- hol.l largely in United Statcs bond cd warehouae and earry ln atoek varioua branda of tbe beal PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made. Havaalao iu atoreauperiorgiadea of Poreign an.l American WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. *fc SatisraolioiKJuaranteedas lo Prieeaud Quallty. W. A. Johnson & Co., K, 1'- Corner Cameron and Boyal Btreeta WHOLESALE GROCERS General CommUsion Mcrchanu and dealera ln ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. Have .a han.l Qibaon'a XX. XXX. XXXX and Pure Old Rye, Old Oabtnet and Monogram Whhikiea; alao Baker'a an.l Thompaon's Pure Rye Whiaklea, to whieb they invlte the attention of the tra.le. Ordera from the countrj lor merchaa* ilis,- shall receivc prompt allentioil. Conaignmenta of Flour, Oraln and Countrj Produee aollcited, ror whieh tln\ guaranteethe blgbeel market prices ami prompt returns. iH'll.l-INu MATERLALS iKSTAIll-IsIIKO 1822.] Henry K.Field&Co., Bueceaaora to Jtisi.vii u. iv BMOOT. LUMBER and MILL WORK Of ALL KlM's. Lumber, Ccmcnt and Plaster. Oflta -iid Va d l\:> X. liiion street. laetviy Xo. 111 X*. Lee street. Mnterial Delivcred FREE iu the city. Pure Food Storo. Refreshing Drinks Puritan Grape Juice, 15c and 25c bottle. Virginia Claret, 25c bottle. Hof brau Beer, IU5 per case 24 bottlcs. Call. phone. or write. St. Asaph and Oronoco Streets. _' ~ ?-.? ' I JJ H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS otrnoa .\xi> aroane: ii.viit n. hotalst. Dealer in Hardware. Painta. Agricul tural Implements.Vehicles.Harness. Field and Garden Seeds. wAajrnonasa, aocrn union strjckt, on I.INi: Of HOfTHKRN RAII.WAT. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and all kindsof Mill Fead "Will alwaya keep in stock the hlgheat grade of theVe articles. ?c_~ A good WHITK MAN for the atable t RavenBWorth. WKf? to Mra. J*KK< Burke, Virginia. maril tf Another Qfl l^C Big Sale of a_M L*IVOa Dress lengths Figured Taffeta Silk Foulards, plain shades Rough Silk Pongees and Fancy Jacquard Silks, values ranging from 49c to 69c, on front bargain table table. Cholce 25c Yd. D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. ESTABLISHED 1870 THE RAMMEL CAFE ANNOUNCES FOR THE FALL AND WINTER SEASON THE FAMOUS Cherrystone Oysters, Select Potomac River Oysters, and Reed Birds. EVERYTHING SEASONABLE._* W. A. SMOOT & CO.. Wa LUMBER & MILLW0RK, ALEXANDRIA, VIIUHXIA. Your Watch Will Never KeepCor rect Time if it nceds cleaning. Most likely that'sthe reason it has been losing time lately. Step in and let us look it over. We are experts in watch repairing. All our work is guaranteed. and our charges are always the lowest. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH ROYAL STREET. BELL PHONE 343. in the Garden Sub urb. Lots $200; Buy at the Start $10 cash, $5 per month. Virginia Highlands THE NEAREST AND NEWEST. Scientifically planned for refined people of mo-def ate means. Come Saturday or Sunday afternoon. See the Morrill style damp-proof cement houses, poured in steel moulds. Live at Virginia Highlands and save time and ear fare Inquire of A. S. Doniphan, A. J. Wedderburn and Harrie White. BALLARD & LANHAM Washington Sales 6ffice, 621 13th Street, Northwest. Clip this ad; it leads the way. If You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky?the Rlght Kind WAKEFIELD RYE it what you want. Also try so?e cf our tine Imported Wines and Gin. Lowenbach Bros., FOR RENT 817 Prince street.$22 60)527 N. Hwrj stn-ct. 10 50 120 N. St. Asaph street . 18 00 880 GomilMroa street. 8 50 1128 Doka Xmet. 10 00 888 Commaroa street. 8 00 128 N. St. Asaph street. M 00 421 B. Alfr-d str-et. 7 50 218 N. Pitt street. 11 00 810 Wilkeastreet. 5 00 511 S. Henry street. 10 601508 Wilki-s street. 6 00 Several Comfortable Houses for Sale. HARRIE WHITE REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING. TlllTWDAY EVENING. SKPT. B A Bird's Barbed Wire Fences. There may be aeen aloag the road Bldes in Central America a brown wren about the alxe of a canary which builds a nest out of all proportion to its ap parent needs. It selects n small treo with borlzontal branches growing cloue together. Across two of the branches lt laya sticks fastened together wlth tough Cber until a platform about aix feet long by two feet wide has been constructed. On the end of this plat? form nearest the tree trunk lt then builds a huge, dome shaped nest a foot or so hlgh with thlck sldes of intcr woven thorns. A covered passageway bj then made from the rest to the end of the platform ln a3 crookpd a man ner as possible. Across the outpr end as well as at short Intprvala aloug the iuslde of this tunnel are placed cun uing little fences of thorns wlth Just spnee euough for the owners to pass through. On going out this openlng ls closed by the owner by plaeing thorns across the gateway, and thus the safe ty of the egg3 or young is assnred. Harper's Weekly. Finding Mark Twain by Faitb. One evening a few years ago Brauder Matthews and Francis Wilson were dining together at the Players club of New York. when the former made the BUggestlon that they wrlfc n letter to Mark Twain. "But." objected Mr. Wil? son, "we don't know where he Is," for It was at 8 time when Mr. Clemens was nway traveling somewhere. "Oh,"' said Professor Matthews, 'that does not make nny differonee. It is sure la (Ind bim. I thlnk he is some place ln Europe, so we had bettcr put on fl flve cent stamp." So the two sat down and composed a letter, which they ad* dressed to "Mark Twain. God Knowa Where." Wlthin three weeks they received o reply from Mr. Clemens which said brlefly, "Ele did." The letter had been sent by the Xew York postofflce to Harper & Bros., thence to Chatto .'. Wlndus of London, thence to a bank in Vlenna and from the bank to the Bmall town ln Austrla in which Ifarfe Twain happened to be staylng.?BooU man._ He Got Badly Left. Expcriences of a correspondent of a Nuremberg paper go to show that the German adulteratiou laws are drastic. He says: "A French frlend sent mo four bottles of burgundy. After pay lng the duty l was informed that all wine comlng from abroad has to be analyxed. As my consignment Includ ed two kinds of wlne a double analysls was necessary, and for this I paid a feo of $924. Aa the end of n week 1 received tirst a certlflcateattestlngthat my wlne was pure and, second, tho caso in which the bottles were sent. I wns also Informed that two bottles had been required to form the basls of each analysls and that conser-uently thero was no wlno left. I am naitiral ly grateful to tbe state for the precau tlons taken to gunrd my health, but I cannot help thlnking I am entltled to tho empty bottles. Snrely these were not also analyzed." Got His Receipt. He had nm up a small bill at the dllage store and went to pay it, first asking for a receipt. The proprietor grumbled and complained it was 'oo small to give a receipt for. It would do Just as well. he said, to cross the aeeount off and so drcw a diagonal pencll line across tbe book. "Does that settle it?" asked the cus tomer. "Sure." "An" ye'll niver be askin' for it ag'in?" "Certainly not." "Faitb, thln," said tho other coolle, "an" I'll kapc me money In me pocket." "But I can rub that out." said the storekeeper. "I thougbt so." eaid tbe customer dryly. "Maybe ye'll be givin" me a re? ceipt now. Here's yer money." One of the Nativea. A gentleman was once showing a countryman round a zoo, when they came to a cage contalning a kanga roo. "What is that?" lnquired the coun? tryman. "Oh," rep'ded tbe gentleman. "that is a natlve of Australla!" Immedlately the countryman threw up his arms In horror, cxclaimlng. "Goodness graclous, my sister married one of them!"?London Telegraph. Training For a Craih. "That man ls always anxlous to get into tho spot light," said the obscrvant cltizen. "Yes," replied Senator Sorghum, "but hc doesn't dlscrimlnate. One of these days he's going to stand In front of a loeomotlve headligbt and not reallze Bia mlstake tlli he ls run over."?Wash? ington Star. Labeuchere'a Sarcaim. Of Gladstone Henry Labouchere once remarked, "I do not object to Mr. Gladstone occasloually havlng an, ace up his aleeve, but I do wlsh he would not always eay that Providence pnt it there." _ Fathar Knowa. She?Did you say anything to papa about your being too young? He?Yps. But he said when I once began to pay your blils I should age rapidly enough. ?New York Journal. Xnew What Hia Few Daya Meant. Quackly?By the bye. have you got |10 about you that you don't netd for a few days? Smackly-I have. hut 1 mlgbt need it aome time.?Exeh- n > Want of care does us more daraage tbao want of knowledge.?Franklin. Be sure and take a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholpra and Diarr.,-l.a Remedv with you when starting OB your trip this sumrner. It eannot Ik' ob taineil on board the trains or ?teamers. Changea of water and elimatc often cause sudden attacks of diarrhoea, and it is best to be prepared. Sold by W, F. Creighton and Bicbard Gibaon. Antiquity of Shorthand. Shorthand ls apt to be looked upon ts an essentlally modern art. Tbe predecessors of Pttniau?Byrom ln the elghtoentb century, Mason ln the sev enteenth?are dlrn and distant ngurea beyond which lt seems useless to ven ture. Cicero dlctated bls oratlons to his freedman, T. Tullius Tiro, and waa Inconsolable when temporarlly doprlv ed of hia services. He complalned ln a letter to n frlend that, while "Tlro takes down whole phrcses in a few signs, Spiutbarus (his provlsional sub stltute) only writos ln syllables." We need not, bowever, suppose tunt ihe "notae TIronlanae" were actually ln vented by tbe freedman In quaatloa. As M. Guenln polnts out, tho liom.ui * created very few of the nrtsw pcace. contentlng tbemselvcs, as a rule. by copylng from the Greeks. M. Guenln. however, indicates tb<> banks <>? tbf Nlle as tlie crndle of tbe art?T. P.'a London Weekly. A Benevolent Cenaor. A trlo of young ladies spent sorce weeks last year at an out of the way vlllage ln the mountaln region. They found the vlllage postmaster a quaiut old character. whose ways were as orl glnal as they were startling, so that the dally trip to the postofflce became a real event. "Is there any mail for us, major?" asked one of the young ladies as she appeared at tbe window one morning. "So; they aln't ? tblng for you all this mawnln'. Miss Mary." was tbe re ply. "They wasn't nothin' come for you but a letter that looked llke adver tlsln', an" so I opened It, and sure enough lt was jest some advertlsement about sometbln' or otber, and I aaja to myself. says I. 'Now, Miss Mary don't want to toto such stuff as thal home with her,* and so I throwed lt ln tlie waste box."?Youth's Companlon. Snuff and a Crook. Robert Plnkerton once told a stor\ of his father, the founder of tbe de tectlve agency, wbich lllustrates the elder Plnkerton's cautlon. A l crlmlnal was detalned ln PlnkertonV Chieago offlee. The elder Pfaki left tbe room nnd when he Mtnnwd took the preeautlon of holding a r* volver ln front of him ready for us.' Jle saw tbe crlmlnal ataodlng by lh< door wltb n snuffbox be bnd : up from Plnkerton's desk ? 111 hill "This ls good snuff." tt-.ibiy marked the crook as he took a aulfl "For tbe eyes or the aoaef' aaki rinkerton. who knew that the crool had lntended to bllnd him ln an ef!>n to escape. "Well," remarked the crlmlnal, MlnJ sorry to say that the uose gets lt tbis time." _m Appiua Claudiua. Applus Claudius, surnamed Caecus (the bllnd), was a Roman statesman who llved during the tbird century be? fore the Chrlstlan era. Ue was n Ro? man censor, 312 to 308, and consul. 307 to 290. He commenccd the Ap plan way and completed the Applan nqueduct. From his Roman Jurls prudence. oratory, grammar and I/itln prose date their beginnlng. Uo abol lsbed tbe limitatlou of the full rlnht of citlzenshlp to landed proprletors. ln his old age he is said to have be come bllnd. whence bls cognomen "Caecus." He was tho author of works ln both prose and vcrsc, of which almost nothlng is known. No Pure Watar. Owlug to tbe extremely solvent pow crs, pure water ls never found ln nu ture, tbe nearost approach being found ln rainwater, whicb. as lt is fonned Iu the upper regions of the atmospliere. ls tho purest that uature supplies, but in desccuding lt brings with lt what ever impurltles are floating near the surface, which in the neighborhood of cities are always numerous; hence per fectly pure water ls hardly to be found, eveu the artlficially dlstilled being only approxlmately so. Where to Begin. "Look here," said tbe reforming hus band; "we must have thlngs orrangad In this house so that we sball know Just where everything ls kept." "With all my heart," sweetly an swered his wife. "and let us begin with your late honrs. my love. I sbould very much llke to know where they are kept."?Stray Storles. A Boomerang. "Call that art!" exclaimed a would be crltic, polnting to a palntlng In a studlo. "If that daub ls a work of art. tbon I'm an ldlot!" "The latter part of your statement," rejolned the artist calraly, "would seem to furulsh conclusive proof that lt is a work of art." Rivala. Sbe?John ls a very conslderate sort of fellow. isn't be? He (the rival) Oh, yes, very! He has that keen tact and lovlng sympathy whicb a chauf feur dlsplays toward a helpless crlp ple.?Life. Blank Varse. Poet?You published a poem of mine last week. You pay according to the klnd of verse. don't you ? Editor?Yes. George, glve the gentleman a blauk check.?Judge. A Good Reason. "What makes you thluk, slr, that 1 will not be able to support your daugh? ter?" "Well, I haven't been able to my? self." _ Tightly Tiad. "That man's money ls all tled up." "Poor fellow! Can't gn at It, eh" "Oh, ye*. All he has to do la to untle hia money bag."?Judge. Chambarlain'a Btomach and Livar Tabh-ts gently stiniulate the liver and bowels to expel poisonous matter, cleanse the systcm, cure constipation aud sick headache. Sold by W. F. Creighton and Richard Gibaon. WEEK i:ni? tickkts. ii work end tickets Washington to Someraet, Warrenton. Harrlaonborg. Bluemont and Intennwliata station^ sold on Saturdaya and sundays, valid for ro tarnODMonday at very low fares. will be plaeed on sale by Southern Railway at Washington.D. C. beginnlng SATl.'R DAY, May >th. and contlnulng until Octob?T2,'incliisive. L. S. BROWN, Oeneral Agent MEETING8. T HE annual meeting of the atoek . holdcrs ofthe MFJ&HAMT81AND MI ?'< II INIC8 8AVINGS BANE for the election ofdlrectora and f?>r s.ieh other business as mav eoine belore said meet? ing will be hpld at the 00ee Of Mr. I.eo P. llarh.w. in the city of Alexandria, stateof Virginia. TTJEBDAY, septem? ber IS, 1910, Bt II o'docka. JB. ELDBIDOB E, JORDAK, nng_?td i'resi.le.it. THEannual meetinir of th.- atoek holdei-ofthoARLINaTONBREW IKO COMPANY will be held at tbe or Bee ofthe company, Boaalyn, Virginia, on TUESDAY, September 13,1910, at i" o'elock a. in.. for the purpoee of eleetlng dlrecton and f..r the tranaaetfoo ofaucb other business as inay properly be brought before said meeting. ARLINGTON BREWING COMPA1TI aug_ td Ac.i. Kiwo,Seoretary. THE annual meeting of the Btockhold eraofthe UNION BUILDINGCOM I'AXY for the election of olliecrs and direotora r..r tbe enaulng year,wlllbe held at tbe olli.c of the company. 138 BOIltfl K.nal street. Alexandria, Va..oti MONDAY. Scpieinber 19th, at 11.80a. in. M. M. P VRKER, President. LOUIS BEYER, Ja., Beeretary, ScpJ W3W-f_ Aranaral <>r eaUed meeting <>f tbe BtoekholderaoftheWA8HfNOTON, ALEXANDRIA A MT. VERNON RAILWAY c.Mi'AXY wUlbebeldal tbe prineipal ..ir.ee of the eompany at Mt. Vernon, Virglula, on WEDNES DAY, Bepternber21, 1910, at two o'cloek p. m.. for the purpoae of eonslderlng a uropoeed agreement wlth the Waahlng ton-vlrglnia Railway Company. W. II. I.AWTOX. sept-. td Vssiswnt S,-civiai\ A general ?>r ealled meeting of tbe ?tockholdereor the WASHINGTON, ARLINGTONd 1 Al.I.scm (II RAIL? WAY COMPANY Will be held at the prineipal ollice of tne eompany at Mt. Vernon, Virginia, on WEDNESDAY, September 2L 1910, at two-thlrty o'cloek p, ni.. for the purpoae of eonaldering a propotod agreement with the Waahlng ton-Virglnla Rallwaj Company. Sepjtd JOHN W. RIC1I. Seei-.-tary N0 PICE OF BTOCKHOLDBRS' MEETING.?The annual meeting of the direotora and atoekholdera of tl.e HARRIS& 8IIAFER cuMI'AXY will lake plaCC THURSDAY. September 29, 1910, at 3 p. in.. al the ollice <>f tbe Com* panyNo. 123 south Royal atreet, Alexan? dria, Virginia. Bt order ..f tho preeident ' i:. ALLEN HARRIS,Beeretary. sepJ Id_ Oeneral lnsurance Apcy. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burke tf Herbert Bldtf. The oompantea repreaented In this o?ee have aaaeta of over ?i.10.000,000. Among others are: Hartford Fire lnsurance Co. Liverpool V London tf Globe. vEtna lnsurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. Sprinpfield Fire 6f Marine. Prompt attention given toadjustment oflosses and all in.itter-; eonneeied with loauranoe. Vllt.iiMA. I.. the Clerk'a OAoe of the Corporation Court of the < Ity ot Alexandria. on the :!lst day of August, 1910 Annie Nr. Oordon va. ThomaaH.Gor <l..n. In chaneery. Menio, The ..bje.'t of this suit is to ob tain adlvoroeamenaa et thoro for tbe eoiiipiainaiit from the defendant on thp groundof deaertion and for general re* lief. Ii appearing by an affldavit tiled in tblacauae that tne defendant, Thomaa 11. Oordon, is a non-reeident of this State : ItUOrdered: Thal aaiddt fendant ap* pearhercwitl.it. lifteen daya after dlle publicatlon of this order, an.l do what is neceaaarv to proteel bia Intereel la this suii. and thai a eopy of this order be forthwilh ii.serte.l in the Alexandria iia/.'ite.:. oewapaper publlabedln the City of Alexandria. 0U0C a week for foui sii.?'.-.?- Ive weeks, and postedat the froni door of tbe Court House of this city. A eopy Teate. NEVELL8. OREENAWAY, Clerk. Charlea Bendbeim, p. <i augSI wiw-w_ Fresh Supply of ihb*s Whipped Cream Chocolates. Special, 25c Pound. Taylor's Pharmacy 616 King Street. Phone?1. OreenhousesS. I'atrick St. D. R. Grillbortzer Bedding Plants and Gera niums, $1.00 per dozen. Funeral work promptly attended to. De Ii vered to all parts ol" I he city. [18FAI riOM ciAItAXTKED. fob_ tf_ School Books and School Supplies of all kinds, a large line to I from. Bring us your list and we will lill same at lowest firices. A lin. lot al see.ond-hand books nows on 1 hand. SP*Dyson&Bro, BOOKSELLEr<S and STATIONERS 508 KING STREET. Nexl to Opata House. Tbe Hlennlal Movafole Ointerence ot'tlie IJrand Order ot'Odd Fellows <Col> Haltiun.rr. >M.. Bept l'J-17. ..reatlv ic.lueed fares \ la Southern BaUway from prineipal Virginia pointa aeeount above oceaaion; datea >.f ?le September 9th and 10th, final limit Sep? tember 21st. Conault agenU or write U s. Brown, Oeneral Agent, 706 Plfteenth street northwest, Waahington, D. C, for full particu! i Kiiien i_rn (.r.ui.l l-odgc ol In.li j.c.i.lcut Order otOdd Fellows, Atlanta, Ca., .september IMth-'i Itli. IJIIO. .;reatlv redueed rouad tri/> far.-s iitherr. Railway from Waahington, Ii. c.,and prineipal Virginia points to Atlanta. 'ia., and return aeeountabove on. i):.t'-s. of salt- Beptember 16, 17. I* and for trains seeduled to arrive Atlanta before noon of September 19, 1910; final limit September 38, 1910, Tlek pts wlB be extandedto Oetonerlft, 1910, by payment of 81.00 per tieket before September --th. ?fcmaultagentaorwrfte I. 8, Hrown.iJeiieral Agent.7<*.>Flfteenth atreet, uOalhaeat, Washington, D. c, for j full partieulars. _AUCTIOM BALE._ li. !?'. Kmix. Auctloni TRISTICK'S SAgJt OF LAROE NEW DWELLING WITH ALL MODERN 0ONVEN H.MKS Al'MT. IDAANinVlTH IN' A lir\I)RKI> YAUDS OF THE ELECTRIC RAILWAY STATION. Purauant to the (araaa of a deed of truat dated tlarabZSd i!?h>. given by )? K. Caldwell and wife to the tindorsigned Trustee. and dulv reeorded in Deed liook ia.page 280, of tbe_and Raaorda of Aloxandru ?ounty. Virginia, to se eure ,):unes 8. Orovea the paviuent of the aum of Bve huudred dullars (*.j0O.0O). ovidenced hy uvenly liotes. oaeh dated March _d 1910, and payable from one to twenty montba after date, the dvawav and eadoraera walving aomeatead aa eraptlon; default baviug baan Ia the payineiit of several ofaaid notee, upon tbe reqaeetandby the directlon of tbe holder thereof, tb> Underalgned trustee will nflat for sale on tbe preinises at publie auotioli on. SATTKDA Y. SKPTFM15F.K lo. VM'l attP. M all ofthe following traet of land. togetber witb all Improvementa thereon. subjeet to a lirst deed of iru-t orfUOOO.00, dated March 22d. 1910, with Intereatat6pereeni perannum payable semi-aiiniiallv and due:iyears after datO. All thoae lots with the dwelling thereon. designated aml known as lota Koa. ll and ? iu Bloek No. 6, In a plau offota called Qrores'Bubdlrlaton of Mt Ma. In Alex? andria County, Virginia. Terma of aaie Caen, Conveyaaeteg at cost of plirehaser. JAMES K. CATON, .lr.. aqg27W. 'Vriistcc. FINANCIAL Oahdnkk l.. Hoothi:. I M. H. II uu.ow Prealdeat I Vice President First National Bank Al.KXANW IA. Va. Dcsignated Depository of the United Sutes. CAPITAL.JluO.OOO st RPLUS AND (JNDIVIDED PROFITS.$i:.r..ooo Dlreetorai (i. I.. BOOTHE, M. 11. HAHI.OW, (;. K WARFIELD, .1. F. MUIK. WALTER ROBERTS, 11. BAER.Ja., FRANCISL. SMr"" FSTAIiLISIIKl) IWi. Burke & Herbert Modernly eqnlppad for haniing Ia its v.irious branchea. Depoaltea received aubjeet to ebeek at sight. Colleetioiis made on all DOtata Hlgb-grade biveataMDt aeetuitlea hougntand sold. Lettera of Credlt and Foreign Y.x ohaage fumiabed. safe Depoalt Boxeefar rent. ASavinga Department In whieh in tereal is allowed on depoalta HASTE in selecting a flavoring ex tract just because the label is attractive often MAKES you wish you had just told your dealer to send you Leadbeater's, which you know is good and pure, and in which there is abso lutely NO WASTE Eitablished 1792 Keep Cool Electrically Eleetric liglits do nol heat up tbe room. Baaotran bual will bring tbe eoot* ing braaaaa of tbe country into your store <?r room. Eleetric irons have the heat oenterad at one plaee, and that ia tbe plaee that is u-e I. Lal H | you figurcs on its cost. Alexandria Eleetric Co. 524 King St. HAVINli qualiuedasadministratore. t. a. of ALBERTJ FAIR. di all peraona Indebtetl to ?id eatatean herehv notified to make prompt setlle mentofaueh Indebtedneaa,and all per aoaa to whom the said estate is indehted :ire dlreeted to preaent mm aaalaaa, nroiierly ecrtifleo. mr aettlemenl H. NOEL OARNER, Admlnlatrator <?. t. a. Quality Ice Cream Ice Cream and Ices of all flavorsandof the pareat Qtialities always on hand or fnrnisheil to order. Special prices on large quantities Cakes and Pastry of all kinds and of the best quality. HDf^L 6i5 King St, ? DlOCn Both Phones.