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Does YOUR Roof Leak?
We can tell you how to stop it? not mercly for the present, but permr.n ni/y. Look ;t the 6-inch, asphalt cement-weldcd joint, shown at the \ left. You ci t/ontinuous one piccC ?? :i nail-hole in it. No leal No painting No No worry No repa No COAL-TAR [f you use WIDE-WELD ASPHALT PATE NTEO SOLD l'.Y W.LLiAM H. PECK. sep7 lw First National Bank of Alexandria, Virginia OFFICERS G L.?BOOTHE. President GEO. E. WARFIELD. C.ahier M. b! HARLOW. Vn*e-Prc?ident J. J. GREEN. Asaiatant Caahier DIRECTORS GARDNER L. BOOTHE BENOIT BAER. JR. M B. HARLOW GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MUIR WALTER ROBERTS FRANCIS L. SMITH RESOURCES l.oa.is and [nvestmenta, |884,488.80 I . s. Bonda. 125 banking House. 73,291.61 Duc from llanksand Ke serve Agents. 98404.41 Casfa. " , Per Cent Fund. 3.100.00 $1,223,838.42 LIABILITIES t^pital .8100.000.00 si.rplusat.d l'rofits. lg^" ?2on.:::::::::::::: eSS? other Liabilities. 1,416.01 81,228,838.42 This bank with its ample capital and surplus. its adequate equipment and lacilities. soli.its tbe accounts of manulaetnrers, wholesalers, reUulers and Indivlduala on v.n- beal terma eonaurteni with aound banking. No acoiint too large to be handled satisractorily; nono too small to be apprcciatcd. Virginia Saf eD eposit&TrustCarporation ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. Authorized Capital. ?1.000.000. Paid ??? Capital. ?300.000. DIRECTORS C J Rixey.John P. Robinson. Thomas J. Fannon. C. C. Leadbeater. Henry K. Ficld. Henry Baadcr. George S. French. J. K. M. Norton. We act as Exccutor. Administrator and Trustee. Issue Fidelity. Contract. Official and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and Trust Business Transacted Interest paid on Savings Accounts. We solicit the accounts of Banks. Corpora ions. F.rms and Ind.viduals, and promise libcral treatment conaistent with tound banking mcthods. John Ahern & Co., Corner Prinee and Coinineree Btreeta WHOLESALE ? RETAIL GROCERS and dealera ln PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Oountn produee received daily. Our of Plain and Paney Oroeerlea em everything lo be bad in tbis line. We hokllargely i" UnltodStates bond ed ?arehouae and earry in atook varioua branda ofthe beal PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made Havealao in BWroauperiorgradea i oreign and Ameriean WINES. ALES.DROWN STOUT. ?c Saiislaetiontrinrnnteedas to Priee r.nd W. A. Johnson & Co., N. E.OornerOameronand Royal sireets. WHOLESALE GROCERS Gcncr.il Commission Merchants and dealers iu ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. II:,\e on hand Gibaon'a XX. XXX, \\\\ md Pure OM Rye, Old Cabinet aml Monograra WhiBkles; alao Baker'a aml Thompson'a Pure Rj e Whiakiea, to which they Invite the attention of the trade. Ordera from the country for mcrchan im11 rceeive prompt attention. Oonaignmenta of Plour, Oraln aml \ Produee aoiicitcd. for which they guamnteethe higheatmarketprieea andjirompt rctun Bl 11 i?im; M A'l'KKI u.s i BTARLI8HED 185 Henry K. Field & Co., sniv. aaora to .liiS.AH II. D. SMuuT. LUMBER and MILL WORK \1 I. K1XDS. Lumbcr, Cement and Plaster. otiie, ind Yard 115N. Uhion ati fhetwrj' No. m N. Lae street. Material Delivered PREE in tbe city. Pure Food Store. Refreshing Drinks Puritan Grape Juice, 15c and 25c bottle. Virginia Claret, 25c bottle. Hof brau Beer, $1.25 pr case 24 bottles. Call. phone. or write. St. Asaph and Oronoco Streeta. :_?-- a_? "" K. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS ..n i.r \m> aroaaa: lt.vu: a, boraLwr. Dealer in Hardware. Paints. Agricul tural Implemcnts.Vehiclea.Harneaa. Field and Garden Seedj. waMUBOoaaa, boi rn vmon anmar, on i.im: Of sor riiriiN BAtLWAT. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and all kinds of Mill Feed Will always kepp ln stock the hlghest grade of these articles. T\\OsTFl? A good WHITE MAN ror the stable t Ravensworth. *vTr_t? to Mrs. J-_K< Burke, Virginia. marll tl rm-riT j_f.i_ijLiiixi-i--iiTiTii-xi_aixixi_i- a ttxx L of Alexandria, Virginia CAPITAL, $100,000 SURPLUS, $125,000 OFFICERS: Edward L. Daingerfield, President. Carroll Pierce, Vice President. Richard M. Green, Cashier. DIRECTORS: Edward L. Daingerfield J. C. Smoot Jas. W. Roberts Worth Hulfish Carroll Pierce M. A. Ahern Urban S. Lambert The Citizens' National Bank has been directly identified with the mercantile, manufacturing. and jobbing interests of Alexandria for forty years, and. with ita large capital. ample surplus. conservative dircctorate. progressive management and convenicnt location. is equipped to satiffac torily handlc new accounts and to accord them that same courteous at? tention which has been a vital factor in its steadfast and continuous growth. H ?,niiii ttt T F" "' tt?r?nrminnnmi?nnTT?r ?i B ESTABLISHED 1870 THE RAMIVIEL CAFE ANNOUNCES FOR THE FALL AND WINTER SEASON THE FAMOUS Cherrystone Oysters, Select Potomac River Oysters, and Reed Birds. EVERYTHING SEASONABLE. w. A. SMOOT ,v 00., WO. LUMBEB A MILLW0RK, ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA, Your Watch Will Never KeepCor rect Time if it needs clcaning. Most likely that'sthc rcason it has been losing time latcly. Step in and let us look it over. Wc are experta in watch repairing. All our work is guarantced. and our charges are always the lowest. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH ROYAL STREET. BELL PHONE 341. ?>___V/ 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-der 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 car fare Inquire of A. S. Doniphan, A. J. Wedderburn and Harrie White. BALLARD & LANHAM Washington Sales Offlce, 621 13th Street, Northwest. Clip this ad; it leads the way. Ii You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whfsky?the Right Kind? WAKEFIELD RYE is what you want. Also try some of our iine Importcd Wines and Gin. Lowenbach Bros., FOR RENT 817 Prince street.122 60 527 N. Henry atreel. 10 50 120 N Bt, A-aph street . 18 00 880 Cmimerce street. 8 50 W-2^ Duke atreet. II 001828 Commorce street. 8 00 118 N. St. Asaph street. M 00 42\ 8. Alfr-d sire.-t. 7 50 218 N. Pitt street. 11 l?<> S10 Wilkes street. 5 00 511 8. Henry street. 10 601806 W.lk.-s Btreel . 6 00 Several Comfortable Houses for Sale. HARRIE WHITE REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING. IKIPAY EVENTNG, BEPT. 8 Royal Mistake*. Soverelgns ond prlnces are strangely given to making astonlshlng mlstakea ^vhlle deallng wltb dates. The lnscrlp tlon ca King Edwurd VII.'a eoffln that nc died ln tbe ninth. year of bls relgn instead of the tcnth ls only an ex ample of mnny slmilar errors. In No vember, 1S5S, Queen Victorla wrote to tbe late king to infortn him that he mlght coosidcr hlmself emanclpated from parental authority und control, as he waa now elghteen years old and therefore of ago. Her majcsty's letter, which waa very long. was a quast ser mon, and lt ended by Infortnlng the then Prince of Wales tbal he would be fortbwlth made a knight of the Oarter and a colonel ln the army. How Queen Victorla nnd Prince Albert fell into so extraordlnary a mistake lt ls Impossl ble to understand, for the prince had only then completed his seventeeath year. Dean Wellesley. to whom the young prince sbowed the letter, at once detected the serlous error Into which the queen had fallen. but he tbouKbt lt beat to say uothlng.-London Truth. Got Full Measuro. All yesterday James had played tru ant from school, and when the Irato mnster ralsed bls cnne ihrcutcnlngly .lames bnrst Into n flood of teara. 'Tleasc don't lick me. slr," he eob bed. "And why ahotild I not lick you. pray?" thundered-the sohoolmaster. "W'y, slr. 'cos I tblnk I've 'ad enoogbT latpefl Jaaaaa, "Yesterday the boy as I played triiant with and I fell out nnd be lleked me. aud a man we threw stones at eaught me and lleked me. the drlver of n cart we hung on to lleked me. the owner of a cat we chased lleked me. Tbrn wtefJ I got home mother lleked me, and after that father Ikfced me. nnd then mother ileked me apnln for calllng ber a sneak for telllng father." "Well," responded tbe master grlni ly, "by this time one llcklng more or less won't make mivh difierence. and It sccms hard l sbotildn't bave my whack. Come here, slr!"?London An awers. Remnants of a College Course. Prosecutlng Attoruey (examlniug n prospectlve juror)?Do you know any? thing about chemlstry? "I atudled It at school." "Do you thlnk you remembcr enough of lt to make you a competent Juror In a polson case?" "I'm uot sure." "Do you remembcr nny of the for mulas?" "Let me see?two." "Only two?' 'Yes. slr." "Are they ln a poem?* $ (Rlusblng) "Yes. alr." "Is this the poem? "Our Wlllle boy Ia dead and erono. We no'er ahall seo him more. What Willlo tliouRht was 1I20 Waa H2S01" (Blushlng furiously) "Yes, slr." "I thought so. You nre excused."? St Louls Post-Dispatch. Went Back on Hit Authority. Leslle Stephen's single meeting with Freeman, tbe hlstorlan, was ln the na turc of a collislou. "I came In contact wltb him only once," he said. "Ho wroto a llfe of Alfred for the Dlction ary of National Riography under my edltorshlp, but declined to do more because we had a dlfference of oplnlon as to whether Athelstane should be spelled with nn 'A.' That wns, I con fess, a questlon to which I was culpa bly lndifferent, but I had taken com? petent advice, and my system (I forg.'t what lt was) had been elsewhere BMK> tloned by the great hlstorlan Stubbs. Now, as Frcemau was never tired of asserting the infalllbillty of Stubbs, I Innocently thought that l mlght take refuge behlnd so eminent nn authority. The result was thnt for once Freeman blasphemed Stubbs and refused to co operate auy louger in nn unscholarl'ke enterprise." Three Men. When H. H. Rogers was in tho prlmo of his power, says a New York wrltcr. be formed a "friendshlp part uership" with Mnrk Twaiu and Thom as Rrackett Reed aad took personal chargo of their nffalrs, looklug after them as he would a eouple of ehildren. It was great fun for all three, und especially Rogers. Nelther Clemens nor Reed had auy sense for business. The blg ex-speaker came to New York a poor mau. Flve years later be died Btiddenly, and his estate assnyed over $000,000. He probably had no idea what he was worth at any stage. Rog? ers made as much or more money for Clemens._ In the Long Ago. "Adam," asked Eve, "what nro you dclng?" "Pm dlscovcrlng Mars," ho said, looklng down nt her to rest his neck. "I wondcr if lt has any Inbabitants." From which we learn that Adam al ready knew about as much coucernlng Mars as the modern nstronomera do.? L'hlcngo Trlbune. Satisfied With Himself. "Havo any aerlous trouble with yonr oew automobile?' "Not a blL 3o far I haven't hlt a single man wlthout being able to get away before he got my number."? Cleveland Leader. Might Have Nodded. Edna?It's a good thing for me that ailence glves consent. Amella?Why? Edna?Last night when George asked me to be bi3 wife I lost my volce. A Child's Character. Xo artlst work is so high. so noble, so grand, so enduring. so Important for all time, as the making of character in i child.?Charlotte Cushman. Re sure and take a bottle of Cbani berlain'a Oolic, Cholera and Diarroeha Retnedv with you when starting on your trip this summer. It cannoi bt rained on board the traina or icaejnera. Changes of water and climate often cause sudden attacks of diarrhoea, and it is.beat to be prepared. S,,!d by \V. F. Creighton and Richard Gibson. i Reiiabie Remedy for ?&&iIiL\vfl SATARRH/tSi Ely's Cream Balm % . # is qulckly absorbed. ^A^r*y& Bivei Ftclie' at Once. it cleanses, eoothea, jeaU and nrotects cho dise.i.s*d mem N-ano resulting frora Catarrh and drives iway aCold in theHead quickly. Besto-es thp Dnnaaa nf Taste and SmelL Full sizo 50 cts. at Druggists or by mail. Liquid Cream Balm for use in atomizer9 75 cts. Elv l*rot|.f-t" -Mi Wnrren Street. New Yor x TKKituti.l. \((ii>i:\T. Two women and a man were burned ... death in South Chkago last night when the autoniohile in which they we.-.- ri?ing and arham waaapaeding at the rate of ?_'"> rnOea ao hour collided with a train of three moviog caldrons of niolten n.etal and Blag near an .11 traiicc lo tbfl Illinois Steel Company's plant A third woman was mrtously, bul not fatally Imrncd. The autoniohile was owned and driven by Peter Leaterhouae, acootrao lor. Sitting in front beside him was his wife, ln the rear aeata wsre Miai Anna Baker, Mrs. Leatorhouae'a siater, and Mrs. Ulaiiehe Hunl, 8 friend. The train of caldrons is inoved hy 0 duii.niy engino and the route leada out On the street hy a narrow-gauge tra.k, then around to the raarof the plant, where the metal ia dnmped into the lake. Itconaiata of rteel refuse. At night the glow from the s.-ctliiiiir mass lighta up the aky and can be Been for milea. The Le.-terlioi.se parly had heen out for two bouraandweraroturninghome, The machine was croaaing 104th when the train ol caldrons iteamed out ,,f the ste.-l worka. Aooording lo the iteel companyemployea, theyanppoaed the machine was going to atop. Tba antomobile waa ael .<:. fire by the ilagand thegaaoliuetank exploded. Bak. r jumped and eacaped with b. rioua burna. The machine hit one ,,f the hig pois wiil. the force of a cata pult The molten maaa shot upward like a geyaer and deacended in Bbowera on the tri... who lay wouoded and bleeding beaide tbe wrecked car. The impact had toaaed -Mr. and Mrs. Leaterhouae and Mrs. Huot ....t of the car and into the path of the niolten Bbower. Tl.ev were Inatantly bnrned to death. When the digcstio.i is all right, the action of the bowela regular, there is a a natural craving and reliah for food. Wben this i< lacking you may know that you oeed a dose ..f Chambarlain'a Stomacb aud Liver Tahlcts. Thej strengthen the digoative organe, im nrove the appetite and regulate tl.e bowela. Sold hy W. F. Creighton and Richard Qibaon. thi; i:xi?i.osion o\ thi. nokt DAKOTA. Aawaaatated inthe Qaaette, there was an cxplosion of fuel oil 011 the dreadnougbl North Dakota aboul 12 milea from Old Point, in lower Cheaa peake bay, yeaterday morning. and the enauing flre coal the livei of- three men ai;.| more or leai aerioua iojuriea to nine others. ineluding First Lieutciiant Orin (i. Murtin. The official report of AdmiralSchroc dertotheNavy Department at Waab? ington namea three dead and oigbl in jured. Bear Admiral Seaton Behroeder givea the following auccind atatement of tbe accid.-nt: "Between 10:80 an.l 11 o'cloek yea? terday morning oil from room No, ?". in the North Dakota caus-ht fire while the firal aquadron of the Atlantic fleci was making paBSBge from the southern drill grounda tO Hampton Koads. 1'n der a requesi from the commander oi tbe North Dakota, tbe commander-in chief of tbe fleet immediately ordared the North Dakota to leave tbe fieel for* mation, and tbe battleahip New Hamp ihire ]>ut near to ren.ler aaaiatance in ihe could be of aervice. No aa* rtiatance was oeceaaary, an.l i.y 11:80 o'cloek the fire on tbe North Dakota was undercontrol. It haanot yet heen aacertained how the fire atarted, al* thougfa ii i- bebeved thal tbe diaaater was not due to any careleaanam of the iu. :i 00 the North Dakota." WKLK END tickf.ts. Loeal week end tickets Waahington to Somerset, Warrenton. Harriaonburg, Bluemont an.l Interraedlate statimis s.,i.i on Saturdaya and Bundaya, valld forro turnon Monday at xrvy low fares. w.ll l? plac I.... sale l.v Bouthern Rallway :.t Washington.I>.C,beginnlngSATl K DAY, May 28tb, an.l contii.ui.ig until 0etober2, ineluslve. L. s. BROWN, Oeneral Agent VI ROIN1A ln the Clerk-. OfflCOOf the ( nrponitioli < o.irl of the . ily of Uexandria, on tbe 8th day of Beptem? ber, 1810 1 arrie Lee C. Johiistoti n. Hol.ert <inv hani Jobnston. In ehmicpry. Meiuo. The olijeet of this s.lit is tO 00> t.iin I'.u- the eoniplaina.it, Carric Lee <' Johnston, an aosolute dlvoree from tbe bond* of iiiatrmiouy from the defendant Robetl Oraham Jobnaton; and that the complainanl be awarded tbe custodr and raising of their infant daughter. Hilda Yvonnc Johnston. and for auch further and general rellefas to c<|.iity is right. it appearing byanaffldavlt flled In thia thal iiiede'f.'.i.lant.II..iie.i Oraham Johnston, is a non realdenl of ti.i- Btate: Ii |g Ordered, l'l.at said defendant ai> pear here wlthln Bfteen days after due publieationofthls order, and do whal la m.gaary to proteel hbiIntereel in this niit, and that a eopy of this order be fortliuith Inserted m the Alexandria Gnzette, a newspapcr publiahed in the . it v of Alexandria. once a week for four weeks, an.l postedat the front doorof ihe Court House of this city. Acopy Tsbtr: MA ELL8. UREKNAWAY, Clerk. Itobiu-on Moucure, p. q seuBw4w-thu Otterburn LithiaandMag nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water t'or Dvspep sia. Indigestion. Kidney a?*J Liver Troubles. Leading Physicians endorse it and tes tify to its great mcrit. Frank Warfield, Druggist. iheaier'.giuiranteedChprrv Cough Remedy to cure coughs. We don't sa-* oryour money back, beeauae there 8 no need. Itcurea: 2fio botUe. MEETING8. T III'. annual m< etinfi <?f tbe stoek ^ holdera ofthe MKRCHANTS AND MECHANICS -A\ INOS BANK for tbe election of directora and for auoh other business as may come before aaid meetr Ing will beheldatt.>fflep ofMr. bo P. Ilarlow. in the oltj of Alexandria, state of Virginia, TUESPAY, Septem? ber 13, 1910, at II o'cloek a. m. ELDR1DGE E. JORDAN, anggPtd Prealdent THR annual meeting of tbe stock holdera or the ARLINOTON BREW ING COMPANY will he beld at the ol fleooftheeompauv, Rosalyn. Virginia, on TUESDAY, September 13,1910, at 1" o'elock a. m. for the purpoae ofelecting directora and for tbe tranaaetion ofaucn other bustneaa :is ni.iv properly >"' brought before said me? Ung. ARLINOTi IN BREWING COMPAN V. au^Ji td Am K ir_ THE annual meeting ofthe stockliold ers ofthe UNION BUILDING O0M I'ANV for the eleetion of ott'uers :ind directora for the enauing year. wlH be beld at tlie otliee of ihe eonipany. 123 aouth Royal street, Alexandria. Va.,on MONDAY. September i:>ih. ai 11 ?0a. 111. M. M. PARKER, Prealdent im. rs BEYER, .iu.. Secretary. pcp'2 w3w-f_ Ajreneral or called nioeting of the s.kholdera ofthe WASHtNGTON, ALEXANDRIA & MT. VERNON RAILWAY COMPANY willbeheldal the prinelpal offlee of the company at \lt. Vernon, Virginia, on WEDNE8 DAY, September Jl. 1910, at two o'cloek p. m.. for the purpoae of conatdering a propoaed agreemenl with the Waahtng ton-\ irjrinia Railway Company . W. II. LAWTON, sept.', td Aaaistnnt Secretary. A general or called meeting <>f the atook holdera of the WASHINGTON, ARLINGTON4 F ILLBCHUCII KAII. WAY COMPANY will be held at ihe prinelpal offlee of the company at Mt Vernon. Virginia, on WEDNE8DAY, uber J!. 1910, at two thirly o'elock p, ni.. forthe purpoae of consldering a propoaed aereemenl with the Washing? ton Virginia Railway Company. td .Ii>IIX_w RICIf. Secretary. NOTICE OP STOCKHOLDERS' MEE1TNG. Tbe annual meeting of the dlreetoi ?? and sto, kholderx of tho HARRIS A 8IIAFER COMPANY will take plaee THURSDAY, September 29, 1910, at 3 p. m . al the omc ? of the Com? pany No. 123 nouth Royal street. Alexan? dria, \ Irgli Bj irder of tlic prealdent " K. ALLEN ElARRIS, Secretary. sepj ni_ General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burke ? Herbert Bldg. 'll.ompanlea repreeented ln ihi* offlee have naacta of over Among othera are: Hartford Fire Insurance Co. Livcrpool V London ? Globe. /Etna Inr.urancc Co. Northern A*surance Co. Springficld Fire ? Marine. Prompt attention given toadjuatment seaaudall mattera oonnected with Inaurance. VIRGINIA. -In the Clerk'B Offlee <>f the Corporation Court of the City of Alexandria, on the 31at day of Auguat 1910. Annle M. Gordon va. Thomas II. <ior doii. iii ehancery. Memo, The "i>ji ol of ihis auit is to ob tain a divoree a menaa el tboro for tbe complainant from the defendant on the ground ofdesertion and for general re lief. It appearing by an affldavit nled m thiacausc that the defendant Thomaa li. Uordon, is a non-realdent of this State : ItlaOrdered: That aaid defendant ap pear here within flfteen daya after due publication of this order. and do whal is uecessary to proteel bia Intereal ln thia suit. and that a eopy of ibis order be forthwlth inserted iii the Alexandria ;e. a newapaper publlahed In tbe Ctt) i r Alexandria, once a week fbr fbui miecesulve weeks. nml poatcd ni the front iloor of the Court Houae of this ,-ny. A eopj Tcste. Ni;\ Kl.l.s. QREENAWAY, Clerk. < 'harlea Bendhelm, p. q llllLf-'tl ivlw-w Fresh Supply of Gi's Whipped Cream Chocolates. Special, 25c Pound. Tayfor's Pharmacy 616 King Street. Phone281. Greenhouaea8. PatrlekSt. D. R. Grillbortzer Bedding Plants and Gera niums, $1.00 per dozen. Pnneral work promptly attended t<>. De? livered tO all parts ofthe city. BATISTACTION GUARANTERD. feb.'J tf School Books and School Supplies of all kin<ls. a large line to ?eieel from. Uriti'.'- u* your md we vill mi aame at loweat prices. a line lot of * Beoond-band books no. hand. SP-Dyson&Btu BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS 508 KING STREET. Tlie Bfenaial Wovanle Coafareaee af the Grand Oreer "t <?<bi Peilewa Col: Haltinmre. M<l? Sept. I'i-lt. ...iv reduced farea via southern Railway from prinelpal Virginia pointa account above occaalon; dah - i I September 9th and 10th, linal limll 8ep> tambcr 21at Conault agenta or write U s. Brown, Oeneral Agent, 705 Flfteenth itreet northweat, Waabington, l>. C, wt full partieul i Hovi rei^ii f.raiul Lodge "I liidepeiiiliiit (Iriler el lldil I'elloiv-. Atlanta, <.a.. September U*tli-tf ?tli. IMIO. Greatly reduced round trip flirea utnern Railway frotn Waabington, I>. ('..and principal Virginia point- to Atlanta, Ga., and retnm account above occaalon. Datea of sale September 18, 17.1- and for tralns .sccduleil to arrive Atlanta before noon or September 19, 1910; linal limit September >. IDlu. Tick ets will be extended to Oetoberlfi. 1910, ia paymeni of 11.00 per ticket before September 2Sth. < tonaultagentB orwrite LS. Brown.General Agent,706 Plfteenta street. northwi it Waamngton, D. c.for full particulars. AUCTION 8ALE._ K. 1'. Knox. Auclioneer. tkisti.i:*!-, haua. OF I.AKi.i: NEW DWELLING WITH AM. MODERN ?"N\ IENC1 > VI MT. IDA ANDWITH IN A riCNDRKD VARDS OF THE i:i.i:<TKI. RAILWAY 8TATI0N. Pursuant to the terma of a deed of truat dated March_d 1910, given by .1. K. Caldwell an.l wife to the utul. r- igned I ni-tee. an.l dulv reenrded in i Book 123. page 28B,of Uae Laud Reeorua of Alexandria county, Virginia. to se e.ire .lanies 8, Oroves the payinctit of the siiin o'.'live hundred dolla evidenced i.y twenty notes. eaeh dated Marci. 22d lolo, and payable from one t<i twenty nionths after date, the .Irawer and eudorsers walviag homestemd . \ pniptioii: defaull hav.ng l.een iu the paymeai of several ofaaldaotes, upon tl.e request and bj the dlreetJon of the holdcr thereof, the underaigned truatee will offer for sale on the pivn.iscs at publie aueliou 011. SA ITKDAY. BKPTK?BE- 1". 1880, Bt2P. M. all ofthe following trael Of land. together wlth all Improvementa thereon. silbject to B flnrt deed of tri.st of 82,000.00, dated Mar.h _d, 1010, wilh Intereel atOperoentperannuni payable seini aunualiv and dueSj car- after date. .\ll those lots with the dwelling thcrcn. ilesignatcd and know n as lots No-. II and 42 in Bloek No ... in a plan oflota oalled (1 i-.io-.' Sul.iliv isiuii of Mt. M:i. in Alcx andria County, Virginia. 'i'crms nf sale- Cash. (<>n\ ey a.ieing at OOSl of p.l.chaser. JA.MI.s Ii. CATON, .Jr.. au_*2?td. TiUatee. FINANCIAL Qanmnm _ Boothb, : M. B, Haaxow President | Vice President First National Bank At.i:\ANi.i:iA. Va. Designated Depository of the United Statcs. CAPITAL.8100.000 NIKI'I.I s AND i Niuvinin PROFIT8.j: I lire.-lors: <;. L. BOOTHE. M. B, HARLOW, .;. I!. WARFIELD, J. I'. MI IR. WALTER KOBERTS, lt. BAER.Ja., FRANCIS L. s>. I.-IAHLISIIF.D UBB, Burke & Herbert Uodemly equlpped ior haattlng k_ ...s \arious branches, Depoaitea received lubject to eheek at Right. CoBectlona made oa all polnta. Iligh-grade in vcstinent se.-.irilies boughtand sold. Lettera of Credlt and Forcign F.x change furnlshed. s.-ife D.-posit Boxea Rt* rent. ABavingB Department in vl.ieh in? terest ls allowed on depoeita. HASTE in selecting a flavoring ex traet 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 Established 1792 Keep Cool Electrically BlBctnc lighta do not heat npthe room. Klccllie fatis Will brmg the cool ing braaaaa ol tbe oountry into your store or room. Kl.. Iric irol.s have the hcit cen(.:.-.l a. one place. and that i< the place that i- uaed. l.et us give you ligur. - on its Alexandria Electric Co. 524 King St. HAVIKG quallfied aa admlnbrttator e. t. a. of ALBERTJ. FAIR. d. all peraona Indebted to mid prtatoare hereby notlfied to make prompl settle mentofaueh Indebtednpss.and all per lom to wlioin the aaid . utate ls uelci.t.-.i are direeted to presenl mch ottlme, properlv cerlificd. for -'"lr'",','i'.1', II N'OEL H \KNKK. Adiiiii.i-'i-itor c t. a. QualitylceCream Le Cream and [ceaof all flavors andof the pu qualitiea always on hand or furni.-h.-d to order. Special prices on large quantitics Cakes and Pastry of all kind* and of the best quality. $m\ HDLA 615 King St.f ? DJOCn Both Phones.