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Look these over and make appointment to inspect
the property.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
922-26 Duke St., each $2,000.00
127-129 S. Fairfax, each 2,000.00
603 N. Coknribus 4,000.00
218-20 N. Pitt 1,700.00
214-16 N. Pitt 3,650.00
1014 Prince 4,500.00
1018 Queen street .... 2,000.00
232 N. Alfred 2,500.00
427 S. Washington 3,500.00
210 S. Pitt 3,500.00
1211 Prirtce St 3,750.00
230 N. Alfred , 1,800.00
228 N. Alfred 1,800.00
224 N. Alfred 2,000.00
1923 Duke 2,000.00
1300 Princess 5,000.00
322 N. St. Asaph 2,250.00
525-27 S. Alfred 1,600.00
123-25 Duke 4,500.00
114 N. Patrick 3,500.00
326 N. St. Asaph 2,250.00
320 N. St. Asaph 2,250.00
328 N. St. Asaph 2,250.00
108 Commerce 2,000.00
506-08-10-12 Orarcoco.. 4,600.00
For all
Washington & Pendleton 7,250.00
Corner
311 Queen 2,200,00
125 N. Washington .... 5,000.00
512 Duke 8,500,00
117 South Lee 3,900.00
408 Wiilkes 2,000.00
323 N. St. Asaph 1,200.00
721 Queen 5,250,00
212 King 3,000.00
623-29 S- Patrick each .. 800.00
514 Queen 1,000.00
427 S. Fairfax 4,750.00
314 S. Fairfax 5,000.00 ?
425-31 S. Columbus .... 2,000.00
304 S. Lee 4,000.00
319 N. St. Asaph 1,200.00
202 S. Pitt 3,500.00
1005 Duke . 3,250.00
1003 Duke 3,500.00
Payne, Wythe, Fayette, Pen
dleton, lot 1,500.00
513-15 Queen, for both 2,500-00
505 Queen 3,750.00
200 S. Pitt 4,000.00
501 Queen - 4,000.00
613 S. Washington 4,500.00
505 Wolfe 3,500.00
503 Queen 3,750.00
205 S. Royal 5,250.00
209 S. Royal 5,250.00
204 S. Pittv 2,000.00 -
1113 Prince St 3,500.00
333 S. Patrick 1,000.00
130 N. Fayette 3,000.00
S10 Prince 6,500.00
714 Wythe 4,750.00
319 S. Pitt 4,500.00
521 Duke 5,000.00
1303 Prince 2,000.00
624 N. Washington .... 5,500.00
115 S. St. Asaph 5,000.00
113 S. St. Asaph 3,000.00
118 N. St. Asaph .... 3,000.00
120 N. St. Asaph .... 4,000.00
1014 Prince St 4,500.00
323-25-27 S. Fatri'ck each 1,600.00
702-04-06-08-10-12-18 N. Colum
bus, each 1,850.00
216 Wtalfe St 2,800.00
117 S. Henry 5,550.00
1226 Prince 2,850.00
Graham & Ogden
Alexandria, Va.
530 KING STREET
Phone 579
FINANCIAL STATEMENT FINANCIAL STATEMENT
CHARTER NO. 651 RESERVE DISTRICT NO. 5.
Report of corcditiioni of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK aA Alexandria, in
the State of Viingirctt, at the close of business on June 30th, 1919.
RESOURCES
Loians ankl disco-units $1,791,827.96
Overdrafts 1,045.53
U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par
value) 100,000.00
U. S. bond's and certificates of indebtedness
pledged to secure U. S. deposits (par vaPue) 2,000.00
U. S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness
owned and unpledged 150,000.00 252,00u.00
Liberty Loan Bonds, 3Vz, 4, and 4M per cent,
unpledged 113,800.00
Liberty Loan Bonds, 3 '/j, 4, and 414 pe<r cent,
pledged to secure U. S. deposits 25,000.00 138,S0!>.00
Bond's (c.her than U. S. bonds) pledged to se
cure U. S. deposits 13,000.00
Bcr.ds (other than U.. S. b'oniis) pledged to se
cure postal smvinsts deposits 10,785.20
Securities other than U. S. bond's (not including
stocks) owned unplediged 197,837.07
Cclilateral Trust and other notes of corporations
?issued for not less than one year nor more
thian .three yearns' time 32,647.22
Total bonds., securities, etc., other than U. 3... 254,269.49
Stocks, ot'her th'an Federal Reserve Bantk stock 4,000.(JO
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of
subscrilptuon) 12,000.00
Value of banking house, owned and unincumbered 63,210.00
Fufftn'iture and fixtures 9,270.00
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank 102,086.S6
Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of
ccC'lecticn (r.'ot availaible as reserve 24,553.78
Cash in vault and net amounts due from national
bank* 202,051.82
Nit amounts due from banks, bankers, and trust
companies other than above . 8,470.14
Checks cn ot'her banks in the same city or town
as reporting bank (other than above) .... 12,136.48
Total of Items ' 247,217.22
Checks on banks located' outside of city or town
of reporting bank and other cash items 6,499.20
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and dfue
from U. S. Treasurer 5,000.00
Interest earned but net collected?approximate?
on Ncltes and Bills Receivable not past due 6,000.00
War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps
actually owned 465.00
Total $2,893,691.26
LIABILITIES
Gaps-tall stock paid in 200,000.00
Surplus fund 200,000.00
Undivided profits 1 107,676.93
Interest an.d discount collected or credited, in ad
vance of maturity and not earned (ap
proximate) 6,0"0.00
Amount reserved for taxes accrued ' 4,565.43
Amount reserver for ail interest accrued 1,101.90
Circulating notes ouRtstandir.'g 100,000.00
Amount due to Federal Reserve Bank 16.882.38
Net amourJts d/ue to National banks ? 38,229.98
Ceittiified checks outstanding 49,867.81
Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding.... 5,632.95
Total cf Items 93,730.74
Individual deposits subjeat to check -1,077,310.25
CeiitificEites of deposit due in less than 30 days
(otfter than for intone y borrowed) 1,227.88
Drvidencis unpaid 11,940.00
Total of demand deposits (other than bank de
posits) subject to reserve 1,090,484.13
Certificates cf deposit (c'ther th'an for money
borrowed) 3,000.00
Postai savfntgs deposits 5,130.80
Other time deposits 1,030,387.55
Tc'al of time deports subject to Reserve 1,038,518.35
Other United States deposits, including deposits
cf U. S. disbursing officers 33,731.80
Letters of Credit and Travelers' Checks sold!
for cash and outstanding 999.60
Total $2,893,691.26
State of Virginia, CQby of Alexandria, ss:
I, George E. WurfieM1, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true to the best of mv knowledge and belief,
GEORGE E.' WARF1ELD. Cashier
Subscribed ami swicrn to before me thiis 9th day of July, 1919.
JULIAN T. BURKE, Notary Fubiic
Correct?Attest:
THOS. W. ROBINSON,
BE NO IT BAER. jr..
HARRY HAMMOND.
M. B. HARLOW.
W.M. A. MOORE, jr.,
GARDNER L. BOOTHE. Director;
NEW PLEA IS "NOT GUILTY'
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Answer to Murder Indictment at Van
riance With Statement.
Los Angeles,. July 19.?In a tone
so low as scarcely to be- audible, but
apparently .unshaken by any..emo-i
tion, Hairy S. New, Jr., yesterday?
answered "Not Guilty," when ar
raigned in court to plead to th<J>
grand jury indictment of first de
gree nurrder for the murder of his
sweetheart, the beautiful Freda
Lesser, who was slain in Topango
Canyon, on the'night of July 4.
The youth's plea was entirely at
variance with his statement to the
I police when, early in the morning
of -July 5, he drove his automobile
containing the hody of the girl to
the central police station, left the
car standing with the body in it,
and, entering the station, announ
ced calmly:
"My sweetheart lies dead in the
automobile out there. I killed her
She would not bccome the mother
of my child."
October 27 was set for the trial
date, by mutual agreeme*t.
CHILD CUT IN TWO
?Shamokin, Pa., July 19.?While
his mother stood but a half block;
away watching him at play along a
railroad running through the heart
of the town, four year old John
LVinusky attempted to climb aboard
Newell Printing Company
Producers of High Grade Catalog
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Members
Largest and best equipped print
ing Plant in Alexandria
112 SOUTH FAIRFAX ST.
Telephone 162
Men's, Women's and
Children's Clothes
Cleaned, Pressed, Repaired
Alterations a Specialty
HOME TAILORING CO.
903 KING PHONE 190.
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a moving freight, fell upon, the
tracks, vasj jcaught under the reai*
truck of a car and cut in two. A
half dozen companions and a num
ber of pc-destrians witnessed the>
fatality. ..
Despite his terribb injuries the
little boy lived until after he was
carried into his home.
SHOOTS GIRL AND SELF
Jealousy Blamed for Double Tragedy
in HdpeWell, Va.
Hopewell, Va., July 10.?Jack
Foreman, of New York, who for a
year has been living in Hopewell#
?Thursday morning sSict and seri
ously wounded Ruby Bennet, with
whom he was in love, and sent a
bullet through his own brain, dying
instantly. The girl will likely re
cover. Jealousy was the motive.
Foreman had been boarding aC
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100-102 N. Fayette.. St. j
Alex. 845
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Successors to Jamison Studio
24 hour service on
Developing and Printing
Kodaks and Kodak Supplies
416 KING STREET
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
FINANCIAL STATEM ENT
1,441,324.63
975.51
300,000.00
130,-150.00
CHARTER NO. 1716 RESERVE DISTRICT NO. 5.
Report of Condition of the CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK at Alexandria, in
the state of Virginia, at the close of business on June 30th, 1919.
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts $1,441,324.63
Total loans , >?
Overdrafts, secured $....; unsecured $975.51..
U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par
value) 100,000.00
U. S. bond's and certificates of indebtedness
pledged as collateral for State or othjr de
posits or bills payable 200,000.00
Total
Liberby Loan Bonds, 3VI:, 4, and 4Vi per ceit,
unpledged 40,450.00
Liberty Loan Bonds, 31L*. 4. and 4ri per cent,
pledged to secure U. S. deposits 90,000.00
Total
Bor.ds (other than U. S. bonds) pledged to se
cure U. S. deposits 12,000.00
Boras (other than U. S. bonds) pledged to secure
postal savings deposits 5,000.00
Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including
stocks' owned unpledged 143,162.78
Collateral Trus: and other notes of corporations
issued for nil less than one year nor more
than three years' time 74,251.25
Total bci::i.-. securities, ctc., other than U. S...
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of
subscription)
Value of banking house, owned and unincumbered 50,000.00
Equity in banking house
Furniture ami fixtures r
Real estate owned other than banking house..
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank ....
Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of
collection, (not available as reserve)
Ca^h in vault and net amounts due from national
banks
Net amounts due from banks, bankers, and trust
companies otiher than included above
Chucks on other banks in the same city or town
?as reporting bank _
Tcta! of Items 153,325.70
Checks on banks located outside of city or town
of reporting bank and other cash items ....
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer arid due
from U. S. Treasurer
'i'cital
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
Undivided profits ? ? ? 28,303/44
Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid .
CV cute ting notes outstanding
-vmcun't due to Federal Reserve Bank
Net amounts due to National banks
Net amount due to banks, bankers, and trust com
panoas (ether than above)
Certified checks outstanding ;
Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding ....
Total of Items 101,638.34
Individual deposits subject to check
Dividends unpaid
Total of demand deposits (other than bank de
posits) subject to reserve . ? ? 892,204.57
Postal savings deposits
Other time deposits
Total of time deposits subject to reserve .. 592,140.04
Other United States deposits, including deposits
cf U. S. disbursing officers
Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank
Liabilities other than those above stated
T otaI
State of Virginia, Citv cf Alexandria, ss:
I, Richard M. Green Ca*h;?r of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the bestofmy^vledgeand belief.
RICHARD M. GREEN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day c.f July. 1919.
MAURICE WILKINS, Notary Public.
My Comrrrissden Expires January 29th. 1922. '
Correct ?Attest:
JOHN M. JOHNSON,
WORTH HULFISH.
URBAN S. LAMBERT, :
M. A. AHERN,
CARROLL PIERCE. Directors.
234,414.03
12,000.00
50,000.00
2,717.52
3,000.00
78,629.72
9,045.36
135,283.42
2,170.23
6,826.69
10,561.46
5,000.00
$2,422,398.57
200.000.00
200,000.00
28,303.4?
93.400.00
14,2(14.36
66,118.86
111.57
20,616.36
14,791.55
SS0,204.57
12,000.00
3,688.33
588,451.71
85,428.36
200.00D.00
15.019.46
$2,422,398.57
the BeTinet home' for a year. An
other boarder, Ray Woods, it is said,
provoked him to jealousy. Early
Thursday morning Foreman got up
and locked Woods into the room,
which they occupied jointly. He.
then met the girl in the parlor of
the bearding house, and after a short
talk began firing a pistol at her.
One bullet passed through the girl's
neck, under the left ear. Foreman
went into a back room and shot'
himself, falling across a bed.
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Bluebird Hair Nets, in cap
and staight styles; ail colors 4
for 25c.
Good Quality Snap Fasteners
in black and white; all sizes; 0
dozen, 25c.
!44b. boxes Dressmakers'
Pins, in al sizes, 15c.
ipirks, in all sizes, 15c.
all colors, .3 for 10c.
Baby Dimple Safety Pins, in
a!l sizes, nickel and gold placed
dozen, 10c.
Clark's Luster Cotton, in all
colors. 3 for 10c.
Fancy Frilled Elastic, in all
colors, 59c.
3-1 Rubber Sheeting, Picce,
50c.
Colorite, for coloring straw
hats, 19c.
Sanitary Napkins, 3 in box 10c
Sanitary Aprons, well made,
22c.
Clearance of
Jewelry at 15c
A Clearance b'ale of Jewelry
including Bar Pins, Brooches,
Earrings, Scarf Pins, Lingerie
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DICKERSON1 GARAGE
llS-ll.oSoutlPitt Street
Alexandr., Va,
P. S. There are special models Joke Butclc, Dodgx & Ford.
To the Citizens c Alexandria
The following gentlemen ive been appointed a
committee to solicit funds fothe Children's Home
of Virginia at Richmond, andave been requested to
raise $1,200.00 as Alexandria proportion of the
$150,000 drive.
The committee feels that tgy have neither the
time nor inclination to make canvass for this in
stitution owing to the numeroi demands made upon
our people in the past, and ao feel that this is a
most important work and shcld be most liberally
supported by our people, and re, therefore, bring
ing the mater to your attentio for your considera
tion and help in this way.
Ile'ip save the children of Vijinia, our most val
uable asset. v
Send contributions to any rtmber of the com
mittee. Respecullv,
S. W. PITTS, V\ A. MOORE, -Jr,
C. C. LAMOND, J.H. TRIMYER,
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