VOLUME CXI.--NO- 305
ALEXANDRIA, VA., SATURDAY EVENIX", DECEMRER 24, 1910.
PRICE 2 CENTS.
We are now ahowing our
complete line of Chriatmaa Gooda,
whieh embrace gifts whicb
will be appreciated. Books, Card-,
Calendars, Fancy Box Paper,
Biblea, Prayer Books, Hymnals,
Waterman "Ideal" Fountain Pena,
together with a great many other
things too numerous to mention.
Come early and avoid the
S. F. Dyson _ Bro.
508 King Street.
Next to Opera House. Open at Nigbt
A Reiiabld Remedy
Ely's Cieam Balm
is QaMhi afcsorbcd.
IhM Pciie. at Once.
It ei.-iin-es, Koothcs,
heala nnd protect?
the diae-aea mem_
l.rane resulting from Catarrh and drive?
??- v nf'okl in the Head quickly. R?etor_a
th? 8 osea of T-ste and tSmeli. Full sizo
??; or by mail. l.iquid
i L>r u-e in ? ct_.
Elv i r.-i!i< n, 50 Warren Btf> t, New Vork.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Wtl-t---*' Indian I'ile Ointinenl will
eure Rlind. ISIeedinff and Itchllig Piles.
ll ubiorbs the tumors, allays Itohlog at
. ....... .. -.- ? ....iiMi,... *tVM illvl-lllt .
Holbeiorlein's Fruit Cake. 180 lb.
Pound Cake. . ls?- l-_
Leave Your Orders Now
(andies of all varien
Chocolate Drop. I__c1b.
Olobe Mixture . 1__? lb.
Vietorv Mixture . 11. II).
Oolden Trav Mixture 10c lb.
Uest Rrokeii Mixture 3 lbs for... 3M
Compound Lard, 10c lb.
Sugar. . ;'*' ">.
Wo have Poultry ol all kinds.
F. C. PULLIN,
Oorner Queen and Roval streets.
?Phono, Belli-&L. Homo *7W.
_>KKHK AND KTORK9: 115-117 N. ROYAL 8T.
Dealer in Hardware. Paints. Agricul?
tural Implementt. Vehicle_.Harne__.
Field and Carden Seedt.
WAHKUOINKS, MOUTH t.NION STIIKKT, ON
LINK OK SOLTHKRN RAII.WAY.
Also Grain, Hay, Straw
and all kindsof Mill Feed
Will always keep la stoek the higbes
grade of these artieles.
Rough Dry?7c lb.
All pieces washed.starched
and dried, ready for iron
ing. All towels, bed and
table linens ironed and fold
ed ready for use.
Our Wagon Will Call.
Banner Steam Laundry.
riOO Oronoeo Streol.
AjreneyiWtlKin}.' Street. Barber Shop.
Wm. H. Peck
PAYNE AND QUEEN STREETS.
UROCERIES. PB0VI8I0N8, WOOD.
COAL, LIME, CEMENT, TERRA
COTTA SF.WKR PIPE, NAILS,
QLABS, PAINTS AM' OU
Ivory Wall Plaster
A large quantity of new aad
hand lumber and aeeoud-handgbnek ft r
WM. H. PECK.
HAN RAILROAD COMI'ANY
Alexandria, Va., Dec. 5.1W0.
To tlie holders of the Charh>Ue>\ ille
aml Rapldan R_l?ro_d Bao__i:"*hofoHow
Ine bonds drawn for redeioptlon b> iot,
in aeeordanee ? ""? th- ter-Ba oi the
mortcage.will be ,V1 at the offlce of
the Philadelphia Tru_ lj_ftf_ Depoail aad
loauraaee Compeny, Philadelphia, Pa-.
with aeerued interest. on JANUAR1 1
ll?ll. [otenal "ii said bonds will ee.ise
on January 1. 1811.
No? 2 !". 30, 63, U">. 'X',. 103, US, I3fl
Uii 1<I 1!?''. 217,33 h.aiiOOO.
Kos. _.V.,J*'._v_,'>l. >T. 2W. 3K
3M S*i. _23, 431, 0 ti, 554,
561.579, .-'-'. 647, 7U0, Ti<, 7_4-?JO0 each,
\o_ 7i'>. 777?5100 eaeh, ?00.
IULIAN T. BURKE.
SAreDfiPO-t-TA-SD TRUST OO.r
deo5 td Trustees
THK annual meeting of the gtopkhold
en 0f the ALEXANDRIA 2.A
TIONAL HANK will be held at the of
(ico ofthe hankinji house. in the ein 01
indria. in the -tate of Vlrftntt, on
JfUIOary U>. IM1, from twelve to one
o'eloek, for tbe election of diredtor. R>r
the eaaulng year aml tor the banatctlon
of sueh other businemaa may properiy
come before the meetini;.
THK annual meeting; of th,- stoekhol
dor_ <<f the OEORC.E W. KNOX
EXPRESS OOMPANY will bc held at
the prineipal offloo of the eompany. 111
south Fairfax slreet. Alexandria ' Vir?
ginia. at Wa. m. on THURSDAY, the
_th dav of .lanuary, 1911, to eleet direc?
tor* for the en.inng y?__r. and lor tho
tranaaotion of suoh other hnsinesa aa
prni.isiiK.n paii.y and Tri-wkek-T at
GAZETTE BUILDIXO, 310 and 312
[Entered atthe Povtoffloe of Alexandria,
Virginia, as second-class matter.]
Terms: Daily-1 vear, $..00; 0 montha,
$2.50; I months, $1.25: 1 month, 43 cents
1 week, 10 cents.
Tri-weekly?1 vear, $3.00: G montha
$1.50: 3 moiith.s, 75 cents; 1 month, 25
eenta ,. ,
Oontraet advertisem wiU not be allowed
to exccoil their spaee unless the excess
ls paid for at tr.insient rates, and under
uo circumatanoea will they be allow.nl
to advertise other than their legiti
matebuaineaa in tbeapaee ooatiaeteu
Rosolutions In memoriam, of thanks,
tribntes of respeet, resolutions adopted
by societlcs or persona.unless of publie
eonccrn. will M printed in tho pap.u
Christmas means bri us a season of
rejoieing. It has come down \<< u>
through the ages, sinco Christ was born
in the littte city of Bcthlehem and
the angels sang around His inanger
"Peaoa oa earth good will to mar,'
we bave caueht tbe cristlike spirit,
and join in one grand barmonious
strain, and sing the sweet anthem oer
and oer again ?.mtil our bearta are
fllled with joy aud gladness. To those
wbo are bonntifully supplied with this
worlds goods, this is a scason of glad?
ness, but in the homea where poverty
lurks, wbat flnd we there.?.sorrow and
distrcss. What would appeal more to
a gentle, sympatlietic beart than a
mother in a home of poverty now.
Pieture ber with her little one. cling
ing tO her skirts, prattling in their in
noc nt cbiltliab hehion about Banla
Claus, ui.,) what he wiU bring them.
she thudder- at every word for ihi
koowa only too well tbere will Ix- ii<
visit from Santa Claua in lb'( ir home.
Baa li* r dietreaa vben ahe view tbe
little BtOCkloga hung iii ? row, w'w n
she watches tlie little eager heat
ing in, only to turn away with a
of disappoiiitmeiit and wandcr an I
an inquiring look at inother. aa if tbcv
expect her tn explaiu. There are just
such hotnaa in our inidst loday and
God grant the good inolhers may find
them. This is a BHM0P of giving and
may every good citizen iu our dear
old town, feel it his or her duty lo
give tlieir mite to niitigate the
suffering, and advance tbe ha;>
pimss ofthe less fortuuate, for whal
are wc that we ifa Klld pro.?pcr more
than they, and iu givint. we increase our
own bappiness ttnfold. As 1 writ',
- ol my chiMhood come before
my vision. I look back o\er the vista
of years and recall my home life.
Such a aweet, simple life it was
away from tlie ipad ru-di, and
wild tumiilt of the eity's din
and roar, care free aud uutrammeled
by the laws of society, with my dear
mother aud father, sisters and brother.,
we lived a quiet peaceful life in thedear
old home. Many years have passed
and most of them arealeep in tho sileut
city, yet tonight they seem strangely
near to me; it seems they have come
from the sijenco and I can beaf their
voiec8 and scc their smiling faces get
tintr ready for Christmas. What great
preparations were made in that dear old
home Mother was busy for weeks
abead ol time. and when tbe day
dawned at last tbe pantry fairly groan
nl with good things too numerous to
mention. Aml mothers mincc meat
pie, My! but it was good, 1 have never
since tasted any to cqual it. Ever
green was twincd in profusion about
the walls interspersed with clusters of
brigbt hollv, then tbe Christmas tree
in tho old fasioncd parlor (for mother
would always havoa Christmas tree)
fairly bent with its beautiful trimmiugs.
Those who had married and made
homes for tbemselves were invited back
to the home nest, and father and
mothor looked on with smiling faccs,
while the children and giandchildren
mad? the old walls ring with their
laughter and BOOg. Christmas means
so much to the little innocent child, to
the maid, to the youth, but to those
who have almost reached the last mile
stone it means notbing. Itawakenssad
memories, and paints vivid pictures of
vanislied days. The empty rradlc, the
broken toy, the vacant chair by the
lireside, the lonely snow covered grave,
are all su^gestive ol brighterdays where
ibadowa now oreep iu. They are only
waiting for the sound of the boatman's
voice, listening for the gratiDg of tho
boat upon the Banda, waiting for tbe
invitation to Kep in and be conveyed
- tbe sileut stream, to the jjreat
? I, to tbe celestial city from
wbither no weary traveler ever returns.
I wish all a happy Christmas and when
the day is ended and the curtain ia
drawn may we have that peace of mind
that the world cannot give nor take
away. ^^^^^ _
SHOT AT DAUC.HTER'K **UITOR.
Thomas Berry, a farmer, of Mar
rio'tsville. Md., wbo was arrested
Thursday on a charge of assaulting,
with intent to kill David Jenkins, by
shewting at him on Wednesday night,
had a liearing yesterday and was held
for tbe action of tlie grand jury.
tbatJenkins had been
calling to see Derry'a daughter and had
beea niuVai ttanea to stay away
from tbe house. On Wednesday night
about 11 o'eloek Berry heard a noise
at on-- of the windows of his house and
getting out of bed, as all the members
of his family had letired for tbo night,
he want down stairs to make an invea
tigation and as he oponed the door,
with his gun in his hand. saw a man
run. upon whom he lired. The man
Several shots hit Jenkius, who said
tbat if he had not ducked behind an
oak tree hc would have been killed, aa
tho weapon was an old-time war mua
ket, which is good for long shots.
This makes the second time there
been trouble over Jenkioa calling
on Berry'a daughter. About one year
ago, in an altercation, Jenkina abot
Berry in the mouth with a pistol,
wouoding him very badly. tearing out
several teeth, Jenkina claiming that it
was done in aelf-defense.
Disclaiming for a aeoond time any
ntention of himself bccoming a preai
dential candidate iu 1012, William J.
Bryan, in the i*8tie of bia Commoner
yeaterday, suggests 4 do inocratic poaai
bilities?.Tosopli W. Folk, Mayor
Gaynor, of New York; Oor. Harmon,
of Ohio, an;l Gov.-eleet Wilson of New
Jersey. in the order named. Ho makes
no choice among the four, butpublis-ies
their records as follows:
"Folk was an active supporter of
Bryan and Sewell in 18%, and has
suppor'ei tho democratic national
tieket io all the campaigns since.
Mayor Gaynor, in 1806, was one
of the few prominent dcmocrata in the
east who stood up for the party creod
and ticket, and he has been faitbful
"Got. Harmon, then a member of
Mr. Cleveland'? cabinet, did not vote in
18%, but in l'JOO piesided at Mr
Bryan's meeting at Cincinnati."
While hy intiniation classing Wood
row Wilson as a lioltcr in 1896, Bryan
praiseshim for his attitude in the con?
test for the Xew Jersey aenatorahip.
If you are suffering from bilious
uess, GOimipation, indigeation, chronic
hcndachr, inveetooe cent in a postal
card, send to Chamberlain Medicine
I Dei lirioee, loka, with your
name aml adiltess plainly on the back,
and they will forward you a free sam
ple of ChaniLerlain'i Stomach and
Liver Tahleta. Sold hy \T. F. Creigh?
ton and Richard Gibson.
MOTIII.K MUtM DEATH.
Because, a- she explained in a letter
for ber husband, she could not bear
Ut face Chrfctmaa without her babic,
Mrs, raitline Mntisler cut both wrists
and turned ON ile* gas, aml ii in the
Lincoln Hospital in New York in a
When lu r husband left home to go
t . work Thursday she told him she
did not rare-todo any Christmas shop
piiiK thi* litne.
'Santa Claus won't eall tbis year,"
ahe ? inplaineil "Robby'a dead and
s-iis ibe baby- U WOOl even seem like
Hanv Momter . cccouraged hia
jrouag wife lo g> out and look through
tbe atoree. Hesaid it would benefit her
?make her forget tbe baby who died
six montha ago in a home they left to
go to Thicago, where their son Robert,
fc .ur years old. was taken sick and loat
Mi-. Muuster toured the Harlem
stons and wateluxl mothers wilh their
over won lerful displays of toys and
store window Kris Kringles. She re?
turned home short Iy before i> o'clock,
A half hour later, Harry Davis, a
boarder, found Mrs. 'Munster lying
uiiconscious in her bedroom, both
wrists cut and gas Howingfrom an open
Do tUe right thing if you have Nasal
( atan h. Oet Ely's Cream Balm at once.
Don't touch the catarrh powders and
snufls, for they contain cocaine. Ely's
Cream Balm roleases the seorotions that
Inflam. tho nasal iwissages and the throat,
whereas medicines made with mercury
merely dry up the secretions and leave
vou no better than you were. Inaword.
Ely's Cream Balm is a real remedy, not
a delusion. All druggi-U, 50 cents, or
mailed by Ely Bros., T_J Watren Btreet,
RIIRN PHIWCE OF NIMIT.
Carnp Skagway, No. 1, the mother
camp of the Arctic Brothorhood, at
Skagway, Alaska. Thursday celebrated
the triumpb of the sun over powera
of darkneas. Tho fe.tivitiea wera
aymbolic ofthe lengthcoing daylight,
whieh begins immediately after the
ahortest day of the year. The exer
cises were held outdoor8.
Tho brotherhood, in full regalia,
pursued and captured the Prince of
Darkness, dragged bim through the
streeta to the public common, tied him
to a stakc and burned him to ashes,
while tomtoms raised a frightful din.
As tho lire died away, a tableau waa
unveiled, ropresenting the Queen of the
Arctic seated on a pedestal.
Tbe greateet danger from influema
is of its reaulting in pneumonia. Thia
can beobviatod by using Chamberlain'a
Cough Remedy, aa it not only curea in
fluenza, but counteracta any tendency
of the diseaae towards pneumonia.
Sold by W. F. Creighton and Richard
I'll show you how easy it is to take,"
said Mrs. Josephme Barone to her
daughter Susic, 11 years ,-ild, in New
York yesterday, and lifted a bottle to
her lips in proof. Susie had ohjected
to taking a teaapoonful of what was
supposed to be cough medicine, whieh
her mother poured out of one of a row
of bottlee all on the same ahelf. Mra.
Barone fell to the floor in convulsions.
She drank from a bottle of acid by
Wben a eold becomea aettled in the
aystem, it will take aeveral days' treat?
ment to cure it, and the best remedy
touse is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It will cure quicker than any other,
and also leaves the aystem in a natura
and bealtby condition. Sold by W. F.
Creighton and Richard Gibaon._
POPHAM-K ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absolute cure
in all cases of Asthma. Bronchltis and
Hav Fever. Sold by druggists; mail on
receiptofprleeSl.no. Trial paekage by
mail 10 cents. Williams Mfg Co., Prop--.
Cleveland, O. For aale. whole__le and
rataU, by E. ?. Leadbeater A Uons.
A Lady or Pizarro Tells Story tf
AwfoJ Suffering That CarM
PIzaiTo, Va?"I suffered for several
years," writes Mrs. Dorma A. Smith,
f'with that awful backache and the bear?
ing down sensations, so fully deacribed
in your book.
"I tried doctors and other medicines
and found little relief, until 1 was induced
to try Wme of Cardui. when 1 found in?
stant relief and today 1 can heartily
recommend Cardui to all suffering womea
and think there is no other as good."
In some instances, Cardui gives instant
relief; in others, it may take a little time.
But in all eases of female trouble Cardui
can be depended on to be of benefit, as
it is a specific remedy for women and
acts in a curative way on the womanly
As a general tonic for women, to build
up your strength, improve your appe
tite, bring back rosy cheeks and make
you look and feel young and happy,
nothing you can find will do so much for
vou as Cardui.
Your druggist has it.
N. R - Write to: Ladie*' Advisonr Do.. Chatta
nooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special
Instractions. and 64-pige book 'Ho:ne TrtatmaB
tor Womea ?ent in plun wrapper. oo requeat
Norfolk and Washington
Every day In the year for Fort Mon?
roe, Norfolk, Newport Newa and poinU
aouth, via superb, powerful steel iwls.ee
Leave Washington,6.45 p. m.
Leave Alexandria 7.on p. m.
Arrive Fi. Monroes 7.00a. m.
Arrive N'orfolk s.00 a. m.
Arrive- I'oilsmonth rt.00 a, m.
Leave Portsmonth 8M \>. m.
I_a_re Eorfolk fLOOp. m.
\.o:\\o I-!. Monroe 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Alexandria ?.:*) a. m.
Arrive W'asli ington 7.00 a.|m.
Through connections made at Norfolk
with ?teamara ,<>r the '?ld Dotninion
StcaniHliip ( omimnv for N'ew Vork and
MSrehants"and Mmer's Steamshlpa for
lioiicral Ticket Offlee, 7.1) llth RtN.W.
Bond Building, Waahlngton, D. 0.
Phone Main UCtt,
Serenth sireet wliari. I'tione Main $780
Alexandria wharf foot o? Prince street.
W. H. CALLAIIAN.
aprl lyr General Passenger Agent.
Maryland Delaware and Vir?
ginia Railway Company.
Steamers ol this line leave Alexandria
onandafler May 15, IfM.
Every MONDAY. .VhDN'ESDAY and
SATURDAY at 4_? p. in.
FOR BALTIMORK ANT) ALL TliE
Q8UAL RIVER LANDINGS.
Cuisine and anpoiniments unexeelled.
Fr.-ight for Baltlmore, Pbiladelphia
and New York solicited aud handled
with care Through rates and bills ol
Siugle faro to Baltimore, $2.50; round
trip, $3.50; staterooins, one way, $1.50
REARDON A GRIMES. Agenta,
Foot of Cameron street.
Effeotlve May 9,1810.
Steamer" Capital City."
Leaves Alexandria at 6 p. m. on Mon?
day and Wednesday for Parhains Point
and lower river landings. Return early
Wedneaday and Friday morning. Leave
Saturday a"tn a nr. for Nomini and inter
mediale landings, returnlng Sunday
about 5 p. Bt
Leave Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday
atOa. m. for wirt's wharf and all inter
wharf at 6 a. m. the following day and
arriving at Alexandria about 4 p. m,
Reardon _. Grimes, Agenta,
Foot of Cameron Street.
Telephone No. 50. jel* Iy
THE lortv-second aiiniial meeting of
the INDEPENDENT Ml'TUAL
FIRE IN8URANCJE <'<> M P *) N Y of
Fairfax eountv, Va., will l>e held iu the
eompany's oflice. at the eorner of Prinoe
and Roval streets. Alexandria, \_. on
MOND'A V. ihe !<th day of January, l?ll.
at lOo'clocka, m. ?'? I.UKENS,
Cut Glass Salt and
25 CENTS EACH.
I_spe<_t our large line
of cut glass.
601 RING STREET.
D. BENDKEiM _ SONS
Wish to express their thanks to the
people of Alexandria for their generous
patronage. Ftirthermore they sincerely
trust that everyone of you "Big," "Lit?
tle" and "In Between" wiil have the
merriest Christmas that it has been
their pleasure to experience.
SPECIAL HOLIDAY REDUCTION SALE
_r____STAR CLOTHING HOUSE
Clothintf for Men. Boy. and Childrcn. Genu' Furnishing. and Suit Ca.es.
2"> per cent dicounton all goods boufht up to and includintf Saturday nitfht
? /-\r_>|~\ rAIDTAY (Bmtled in Imtul). Pure Maryland Bf*.
L.V_/iaL/ rninrnA R.ndled :h all Qrv-daM reataaranta.
Pure California Catawba. Sherry and Port Winca. 25c l.rtfe '. ittk. Al! kimis of
Foreign and Dome-tic Wines and Liquor. at the Lowe.t Prices.
Fairfax & CoM 423 King St.
One half square of ground. Excellently
located for dwelling or factory sites, situ
ated on Pendleton street, between Patrick
and Henry streets.,
Price, $1,750 Cash.
Six fine building lots on north Wash?
ington street. These are the closest lots
obtainable from King street. Low price for
a few days only.
Thompson & Appich
107 South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va.
Come aod See My Wi
Tlie largest line 5c, 10c, 15c and 25c goods ever offered
in this city. Values cannot be duplicatcd for the boli
days only. Goid Water Sets. wine Sets. 4-piece Sets,
$1.75 values at $1.00. Finest display of odd pieces from
Holiday Goods Now on Sale at Special Priees
We bave the goods at priees never before seeit ia tln
cily I'lated Ware, Braas Goods, Cut Glass. Decorated
Lamps, ete. All we ask is a visit and we will convince
you that priees are unprccedented.
Corner Prince and Commeree Street
WHOLESALE ? RETAIL GROCER.
and dealers ln
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Country produee received ilaily. Oui
atock oflMain and Fancy Qroeeriea em
bracca everrthing to bc had in this line.
We hold largelv in United States bond
ed warehouae and carry in stock various
brands ofthe best
PURE RYE.AND MALT WHISKIES
made. Have also in store superior gradea
of Foreign and American
WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. ?c
Satiaf-etlon ?uaranteed as to Price and
John Ahern & Co., W. A. Johnson & Co.,
N.E. Corner Cameron and Royal Streets
and dealers in
ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS.
Have on hand Oibeon. XX. XXX,
XXX X and Pure Old Rye. Old Cabinet
and Monojjram Whiskies. also Baker a
i and Thompaon's Pure Rye Whiskies. to
J which they iuvite the attention or the
Orders from the country for merchan
diae shall receive pron; pt attention.
Consignmenu of Fioiir. Grain and
Country Produee solicited, for whioh
they guaranteo the h i sjheat market pricea
anU promp retuntft
Alexandria National Bank K
Corner King and Royal Streets
Capital $ 100,000. Surplus and profits>30,000.
United States Depositary. Depositary for the
state of Virginia.
Depositors afforded every facility for business,
security and accommodation.
Large and small accounts invited in both our
Commercial & Savings Departments
on grounds of absolute safety and satisfoction.
Judge C. E. Nieol, Presidenv.
Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President.
John A. Marshall, Vice President.
T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier.
Funds invested for our customers. Details care?
fully attended to for all. Call to see us.
Drafts issued on all parts of the world.
lnterest paid at three per cent in our Savings
STATEMENT OF THE
First National Bank
of Alexandria, Virginia
SEPTEMBER J, 19JO.
G. L. BOOTHL. PresiJen. GEO^EJWARFIELDjCuh cr
M. B. HARLOW. Vice-Presidcot J. J.GREEN.Awiatant Caahier
GARDNER L. BOOTHE;
M B. HARLOW
FRANCIS L. SMITH
GEO.(E. WARFIEI D
JAS. F. MUIR
Loans aml !n vcstincnts. Stt|.">.r_'>.7:J
('. s. Bonda. ii>.uoo.00
Banking Rotue. ISJmlM
Due from Banks and Ite
mrre Agent*. IB84-0.-2
r, Per Cent Fund. s.ooo.oo
Surplusand Profits. __7.74l._4
Depoeita. _.i.:_. ??
Other Liabilities. IO?.M
This lank with its amplo capital and surplus its adequate equlpmeut
and Bwdlltlea, solieits the accounts of inanufaeturers, wholesalers, re__il?-rs
aad h-dlvldwls on tha tiest terms eonsistent with sound hankiug.
Xo aeeoont too large to he nandled satisfactorlly; none too small to l>e
of Alexandria, Virginia
CA PITAL, $ 100,OOo7 SURPLUS, $125,000
Edward L. Daingerfield, President.
Carroll Pierce, Vice President.
Richard M. Green, Cashier.
Edward L. Daingerfield
J.\. 1inton Smoot Jas. W. Roberts
Worth Hulfish Carroll Pierce U
M. A. Ahern Urban S. Lambert
l". S, Bonds to seeure
Bonda to Meora U. B.
Otber Honds :ind
Banking House and
Real i .
Hanks and Re
Imiividrd Profits. _7,4-..?
l . s. Deposit. 1,000.00
60 Sheets Paper.
Special For the Holidays.
616 Kintf Street.
Qot Chocolate. Liggett's Chocolate..
No Xmas Dinner
Fruit, Pound and Jelly
Cake and all other
H. BLOCH'S, 615 Kiuff St
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