HHE ALLEGHENY COAL COM
PANY ROSSLYN, VA.
Yaids of Allegheny Company in Sos
shjii Extensive Sales Department
Under M. Mcintosh Making a Re
cord for the Year.
Thi> Allegheny Coal Company of
Washington and Rosslyn maintains
an extensive yard in the Virginia
town employing many men. Its local
sales department under Mr. Mcintosh
of Clarendon has managed to keep
things humming and coal moving in
a creditable manner even during the
so called slack period.
Maynard C. Murrell, President, is
a progressive Washingtonian, who be
lieves in boosting the prosperity of the
section in which he does business. "A
Boost for a Bigger and Better Ros
slyn," means a boost for a bigger and
better business for us and everyone
else doing business in that section,"
stated Mr. Murrell when interviewed
regarding the Publicity Edition of
the Alexandria Gazette.
And while we are talking about
boosting we will say that The Alle
gheny Company has some boosters
on its list of customers. According
to several large consumers in the Vir
ginia territory their coal is clean, free
from slate, high in heat giving qual
ity and always 2,2-10 full pounds to
tho ton. And Mr. Mcintosh states
that this is a mighty good time to get
in your order for a new supply to
refil the depleted bin of the winter
W. A. BARNETT & SONS, IN<"
Wholesale Confectioners and
ntors of Crackers, Cake*, Paper,
Hays, Stationery, Cigars, Toilet'
Coods, Flavoring Extracts, Fire
works and Other Specialties.
Among Alexandria business houses
supplying the needs oi the people in
specialty lines, throughout a wide ter
ritory, is th(- establishment of \V. A.
Barnett & Sons, which since 1000 ha.:
been supplying the trade which deals
direct with the consumer in northern
The firm of W. A. Barnett & Sons,
owns the large four story building ii
occupies, three floors of which are
used in the conduct of the business.
Each floor has an area of 23 by 42 l'eet
and every square foot of space is
utilized to best advantage in the stor
ing and moving of the large stock of
goods of the several, varieties distri
buted to the retailers.
The specialties handled include con
fectionery, crackers, cakes, paper
bags, stationery, cigars and other
smokers articlfs, toilet soap and toilet
goods of high quality, flavoring ex
tracts, fireworks and novelties.
Two delivery trucks are operated
steadily to maintain the requisite de
livery service that has made the busi
ness a most efficient one for nearly
a quarter of a century. Five assist
ants are given employment, and each
one of these is skilled in the various
phases of the business transacted by
the store. t
The trade area served is the city
of Alexandria, county of Fairfax and
several of the neighboring counties in
Mr. W A. Barnett, senior member
and guiding spirit of the business,
is a man who has the best interest
of the commuity at heart, and one who
is always working for a better and
busier Alexandria. He is a member
of the Chamber of Commerce and an
advocate of any progressive measure
tending to develop and expand the
city in a business way. That the road
to Fairfax Courthouse is a most de
sirable development is his belief. He
favors also establishment, of a ferry
: svsfcem across the Potomac.
? / . .
C. W. HOWELL
Proprietor of Alexandria's Leudinr,
Hut Store and One. of City* a
Most Prominent. liiisivenx </,; '....
Public Spirited Citi::ens
There is nothing more essential
| about a well dresed man than that he
(wear a proper hat. Although the male
DAVID J. HOWLLL BEAUDRIC L HOWELL.C.E.
M AM SCC C. r. ASSOC M. AM. SOC. C. i.
M. WA9>H. SOr c i. W. WASH. SiC C. i
Mf.l0Ch NC// if-ultNC AND
DAVID J. HOWELL 8c SON
UNION TRUST BUILDING
WASHINGTON. D. C.
SUBURBAN DEVELOPMENT?COUNTRY ESTATES
REAL ESTATE ENGINEERING
WATER SUPPLY AND PU RlFICAT ION?SEWERAGE SYSTEMS
SANITARY ENGINEERS. ARLINGTON COUNTY. VA.
is not always so careful regarding
his hat style as the fair sex, it is a
fact that many men depend abso
lutely on their hatter for being prop
So it is that Mr. Howell, for nearly
forty years has been recognized as
Alexandria's leading hatter for hi';
store at -112 King Street is always
headquarters for the men who desire
the best in head wear.
Mr. Howell established the business
away back in 1882. He has always
sold exclusive styles, and reliability
has always been his watchword
He handles a complete line of hats,
caps, and umbrellas, as well as other
articles essential to the protection of
Mr. Howell has the exclusive agency
for Schoble brand hats, for Stetson
hats, Blum-Koch &. Levy's straw hats,
and other lines of hats and caps?the
best manufactured in the world. ,
No business man in Alexandria is
better known or is held in higher es
teem than Mr. Howell. He is a mem
ber of the Chamber of Commerce and
is affiliated with the Independent Or
der of Odd Fellows.
The antelope is purely an amimal
of the plains and open, rolling coun
try, never being found in the tmiber,
much less in the mountains.
R. F. CAMPBELL
Proprietor nf Alexandria's Lending
Automobile Supply House, Sper-ial
iziny in Tires S Battery Repair
~\Yorl:?Has Seen Many Com
petitors Came end Go But
He. Stays On aad His
Alexandria as an important auto
mobile center is necessarily expected to
have in its midst many up-to-date au
tomobile repair and accessory de
partments, and that is a fact as many
motorists or visitor* find when they
visit the modern and up-to-date plant
of Mr. H. F. Campbell at the corner
of Royal and Cameron sreets
For the plant is certainly one at
which tire and battery repair service
is given with promptness and satis
faction and Mr. Campbell has spared
no pains to see that such is done
In addition to the tire repair ser
vice Mr. Campbell is the leading
battery man of Alexandria, and han
dles over 200 batte-ie? a month. He
not only recharges batteries but man
ufactures them on an extensive scale.
In the near future Mr. Campbell j
will begin handling Firestone tires j
exclusively, and will alr.o enlarge his i
vulcanizing plant so r.s to increase j
his service for' which he employes I
from six to seven expert mechanics. ?
Mr. Campbell carries a large stock
of accessories, including spare parts,
supplies etc., and handles 10,000 gal
lons of gasoline a month and 3,000
gallons of oil a year.
Mr. Campbell has been engaged in
the business three years and during
that period has seen fifteen compet
itors come and go. His plant has
6,000 square feet of floor space, and
has all modern machinery and facili
A veteran of the world war, Mr.
Campbell attributes his success to
hard* work, and fhe close attention he
has given to the business. He takes
an active interest in public affairs, is
progressive and a booster for Alex
A. F. THOMSEN
Proprietor of Clarendon's Leading
Hardware Store?Has Large and
Complete Stoek, Including Silver
vare, and Cutlery
Recognizing the need in Clarendon
for a hardware store because of the
growing importance of the town as a
trading center, Mr. A. F. Thomsen es
tablished ail important commercial
enterprise her& five months ago.
His increasing trade almost from
the start illustrated the need for such
a store, and he has built an extensive
business which is becoming more and
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for a bigger and better
Washington, D. C.
In the interest of the citizens of Rosslyn
and Arlington County.
MAYNARD C. BURRELL,
more Important dally.
Mr. Thomsen Carries a complete
stock of shelf and heavy hardware, in
cluding paints, oils, glass, cutlery,
aluminumt enamelware, keen-kutter
tools, wiring, roofing of all kinds,
this being a specialty, and in fact
everything in the hardware line, as
well as silverware, kitchen utensils,
A resident of Chevy Chase, Md. for
eleven years has been in business in
Clarendon for five months, Mr. Thom
sen is well known in Clarendon and
Arlington County, and has a wide
acquaintance. He has i xtensive ex
perience in the hardware business,
is an active member of the Citizens
Association of Clarendon.
A Convenient Place
To Supply Your Needs
Paints, Oils and Glass
Cutlery and Silverware
Make this store headquarters for your requirements.
We have what you need. If we do not have it we can
jjet it for you.
A. F. THOMSEN
THE STORE ON THE CORNER
Telephone, Clarendon 375
ARLINGTON TRUST COMPANY
Get Ahead-Stay Ahead
Fay yourself something. Set aside a part of
your earnings. As your earning power increas
es, increase your savings.
The saving habit is a practical road to suc
Let Us Help You To Save!
C. T. Merchant, Vice-Pros, and Cashier
W. C. Wibirt, Vice President
M. E. Church, Vice President.
WILL W. DOUGLAS, President
II. R. Thomas, Secretary
Allan Prosise, Asst. Cashier
W. C. Gloth, Attorney
e Pay 3 Per Cent Interest on Savings
WILL W. DOUGLAS, President
C. T. Merchant, Vice-Pres. and Cashier
VV\ C. Gloth, Attorney-at-Law
H. R. Thomas, Attorney-at-Law
Geo. B. Fadeley. Physician
M. E. Church, Real Estate and Insurance
E. W. Ball, Treas. Arlington County
W. C. Wibirt, Treas. Rosslyn Milling Corp.
Harry K. Green, Com. of Revenue, Arling
Robt. N. Harper, Pres. "District Nat'l Bank,
Washington, D. C.
L. Morgan Johnston, Gen'l Contractor.
A. D. Torreyson, Farmer.
Paul Himmelfarb, Pres. Penn Oil Co.
Paid In Capita! Stock
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