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Alexandria gazette. [volume] (Alexandria, D.C.) 1834-1974, March 31, 1922, Image 5

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It's jest about got so a
senatorial election is our
principal circulatm' medium.
Th' cabaret singer at th'
Elite Drug Store burned up
last night after backin' int'
th' cigar lighter.
(Copyright Nail Newspaper Scrvice.}
WEST BROTHERS' BRICK CO.
One of This Section's Large unci Jm
portant Industries Is Uriel: Munu
facluriny. For AH Buildiny pur
poses .'Is Maintained by This Com
pany at 75,000 Brick Output Uaily.
Alexandria's industrial and busi
ness progress is reftected in most con
vincing manner by the growth and
forthcoming expansion ol one of the
city's largest industrial enterprises,
the West Brothers Brick Company,
embrace some ninety acres of ground
on which arc erected live gigantic
kilns as units of one of the biggest f
plants turning out common building
brick, the West Brothers Brick Com
pany is now planning to enlarge its
plant and otherwise add to its facili
ties that the demand for the product
may be adequately met.
A number of large structures for
which the West Brothers' Brick Com
pany furnished materials are the .new
colored high School in North Alfred
street; Elks' home on Prince street;
several large warehouses for Charles
King and Sons, a row of five resi
dences on Duke street for T. J. Fan
nan, and a large number of resi
dences in Roscmont.
The West Brothers Brick Compa
ny established in 1811 has had a long
and useful career during which much
has been done in the building up of
Alexandria and other communities in
this section. The plant is located at
Arlington Junction.
Ninety employes, on the average!
are kept on the job and these with the
high grade raw materials and the
modern kilns produce approximately
75,00U building brick daily.
Eight big motor trucks are required
for the company's transportation and
delivery of orders, which at all sea
sons are promptly made.
/ The firm is a member of the Wash
ington Board of Trade. Officers of |
the Company are Mr. Henry P. West,
president; Mr. L. Perry West, vice- |
president and treasurer; Mr. E. E.
bowham, secretary and manager, and
Mr. George A. Martin, superintendent
of the plant.
Mr, E. E. Dowhain, a native of Al
exandria lives in this city. He is one
of the most popular of the business
men this city both personally and
in business way. lie is an officer of
the local Council of the Knights of
Columbus.
For eight years Mr. Dov.ham has
been connected with the roi.-inanv and
for the last three years has been the
secretary and manager of this sterl
ing institution. i
Don't Miss
I "THE SHEIK"
g April 4-5 I
BY YlirrUK of a deed 01 trust
executed by Adolph F. Koch and,
wife, to the undersigned Trustee, re- ?
corded in Deed Book 72. page 462,
of the land records of the City of
Alexandria, Virginia, default having
been made in the payment of certain
installments of a note thereby se
cured, the undersigned trustee will,
at the request of the holder of said
note, offer for sale at public auction, j
before ; lie Royal Si ret entrance to
he Market Building, in the City of
Alexandria, Virginia, on Tuesday,,
the -Jth day of April, 1022, at twelve
o'clock noon, the property, with thj
buildings and improvements thereon,
mentioned and described in said deed j
of trust, as follows, to wit:
ALL THAT LOT OF GROUXD,;
with the buildings and improvmcnts
thereon, in the City of Alexandria,
Virginia, known and designated as
all of Lot numbered Twelve (12L
in Section numbered Five (5), of
the Subdivision of Rosemont, as the
same is shown on a plat thereof,
duly recorded in Deed Book (i?, page
509, together with the right of way
over the alley ten feet wide, on the
rear portion of Lots numbered
Eight (8) to Twelve (12) inclusive,
running north to the Street north of
said premises, in common with
others entitled to the use thereof.
THIS SALE will be subject to
the lien of a deed of trust of $5000.
00, recorded in Deed Bonk 70. page
3.'? Terms of sale CASH, cor.vevaru
ciiig and revenue stamps at the
cost of purchaser.
72-Sc Howard W. Smith, Trustee.
BANNER LAUNDRY
One of Largest and Most Modern
Sicam Laundry Plants in South?
Occupies Two Floors and Has Up
to-Datc Sanitary Equipment?0.
H. Hulling8 Is Manager
The operation of a modern laundry
has been developed into a science so
great has become the demand for
plants which are run according to
the most sanitary principles, as well
as cn a basis of giving service.
With years of experience the Ban
ner Laundry at No. 909 Oronoco
Street has broken all records and has
established itself as one of the most
important plants in the city.
Under the management of Mr. 0.
tl. Hullings, who established the busi
ness in 1909, the Banner has devel
oped an extensive trade and patron
ige, which comes from all sections ?
)f the city and adjoining territory, J
shiphents of laundry being received i
and delivered by rail.
The plant has most complete mach
inery in every department, and par
:icular attention has been paid to the
?anitary arrangements in equipping
t for service.
Both floors of a brick building on
Dronoco Street are occupied by the
aundry, which has twenty employes
?nd uses four trucks in collecting and
s driven by electricity, and the cap
icity, of the Banner compares most
'avorably with any in this section.
The importance of the Banner
^aundry to the commercial develop
nent of Alexandria has been recog
nized in numerous ways, and the busi
ness it has developed has demons
rated the need for just such a plant
ind organization.
Mr. 0. H. Hullings, who came to
ho city in 1909 to establish the plant,
u:s had thirty years of practical ex
>erience in the laundry business and
:nows every angle thereof. He start
d on a small scale thirteen years ago,
nd has built up a business which not
?nly reflects the greatest credit on
lis management, but also speaks well
or the growth of Alexandria.
Mr. Hullings is a member of the
"hambcr of Commerce, and an active
ride-awake citizen. He believes in
rogrcss and cooperation of its citi
cns.
I ^setimond 1
| TODAY
MABEL
NGRMAND
in
"MOLLY O"
Usual Added Attractions
and Orchestra Music Each
^Evening.
lrsg?maR
TODAY
Goldwyn presents
DICK HATTON in
"Watch Your Step"
With Ruth Roland in
"White Eagle"
Tomorrow
"The Fi&htin' Fool"
With
Ham Hamilton 2 reel
comedy
"The Rain Mocker"
Holman Day's
"The White Mouse"
Great Reward No. 13
White Horseman No. 9
Mutt and JefF Comedy
TOMORROW
"Gods' Crucible"
Comedy
Also International News!
C. F. COFFEY
Prominent Wholesale Groccr and
Produce Dealer Who Is Doing Much
to Make Alexandria Important Dis
tributing Point for Northern Vir
ginia
? V
The natural location of Alexandria
with its unsurpassed railroad con
nections and highway terminals offers
peculiar advantages for its develop
ment as a distributing center.
This advantage has not been de
veloped as rapidly as it should, many
of its citizens believe, but with such
men as Mr. C. F. Coffey active in this
direction, it will not be long before
the city assumes its proper place as
the most important distributing cen
ter in Virginia.
Mr. Coffey established an exten
sive wholesale grocery and produce
business at the corner of Lee and
King Streets two years ago, and by
modern methods and the promulga
tion of aggrssive ideas, he has built
up a business which is not only highly
creditable to himself personally but
is doing much to advertise the dis
tributing facilities of Alexandria.
Mr. Coffey specializes in produce
and handles large quanities of eggs,
dressed foul, butter, vegetables, fruit
etc. His territory includes Fairfax,
Arlington and as far as Orange
County, and a salesman is constantly
an the road working for the firm.
His equipment includes two auto
mobile delivery trucks and two tour
ing cars.
Mr. Coffey is a member of the
Chamber of Commerce, and is act
ively interested in civic affairs and
public improvement. He is a hearty
supporter of the King Street White
Way, and is confident that Alexandria
can become a great distributing center
by cooperation and the adoption of
modern methods.
j HISTORIC JBRADDOCK CANNON.
i
1 When Major General Edward
Braddock, with George Washington
as his aid de camp, left Alexandria
in April, 1755, with a little army
of regulars and provincials on his
ill-fated expedition against the
French and Indian allies, he left
behind a number of cannon that
were later planted, with muzzles'
pointing skyward, at the entrances
I to several of the principal alleys of
i the city of Alexandria. A few years
jago these cannon were turned over
I to the Colonial Dames, who intended
,k to use them to mark what is known
as the "Braddock trail." For this
purpose one has been erected at
Winchester, Va, and another at the
juncture of Russell road and Mush
pot, or Braddock road, on Braddock
Heights, in the northwestern sec
tion of Alexandria.
A third cannon was made the
central part of a public drinking
fountain, which was presented to tho
TO THE CONSUMERS
ALEXANDRIA WATER COMPANY
The City contemplates improving at once the following streets:
Pitt Street, From Prince to Duke
Prince Street, From Royal to Henry
Duke Street, Rrom Royal to Henry
Washington Street, From Duke to Franklin
Property owners are urged to have their service lines examined and
renewed at once in order to have improved service before said streets
are improved and resurfaced.
ALEXANDRIA WATER COMPANY
The Best Watch and Jewelry Repair Service
at reasonable cost, is what you want and what you
get at
ACTON & SONS
606 King Street
city of Alexandria by the Colonial
Dames and stood at the intersection
of Cameron and Royal streets for
several years. The fountain was
knocked from its foundation by an
army truck 3 years ago and is now
said to be stored in the market
building while city council deliber
ates on a new location for it. The
remaining cannon are lying In
Both Floors
5th and L Streets, N. VV.
Washington, D. C.
Christ Church yard. It is under
stood that the Colonial Dames will
present them to the George Wash
ington Masonic National Memorial
Association to be mounted in the
grounds of the Masonic Temple to
be erected on Shooters Hill, Alex*
andria, as a memorial to Washing
ton.
I
ENTERTAINMENT
? RECREATION
AMUSEMENT
? EDUCATION
- i
ALL THE LATE
SCREEN
PRODUCTIONS
BOWLING
?
BILLIARDS,
POOL.
THE
RICHMOND
yiiilii
THEATRE
The Richmond
BOWLING ALLEYS AND
BILLIARD PARLOR
THE
INGOMAR
THEATRE
Alexandria's
Best
Motion Picture
Theatre
Home of First National and
Wm. Fox First Run
Special Productions
Special Music Every Evening
Six First Class Bowling Alleys
Ci
gars, Tobacco,
o) '
Soft Drinks
A Place of Recreation for Ladies
and Gentlemen
The
Kiddies' Theatre
Showing First Class Dramas,
Comedies and Serials
Plenty of Seats Comfortable
at all Times
Office 812 King Street
Alexandria, Va.

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