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The Union Bank
of Richmond, Va.
extends you a hearty invitation to call and
"get acquainted" during your stay in the
The Oldest, Strongest, Safest Savings Bank
In the South
CapitalandSurplus $800,000 Deposits $1,500,000
Why not take advantage of this opportunity and open an account with us? A dollar will
do it?you'll be astonished how quickly your s& vlngs will accumulate. Many of America's most
successful business men owe their start in life to then* first savings account.
Interest paid on deposits?compounded every six months. Small accounts assured
the same courtesy and consideration as large ones.
J. B. Beasley, President. George W. Call, Cashier.
Chas. Davenport, R. T. Arrington, J. B. Beasley,
_ T. William Pemberton, Samuel W. Tompktns.
THE UNION BANK
of Richmond, Va.
1107 East Main Street,.Richmond, Va.
Do You Know That Real Estate
. Values in Richmond Have Shown
an Increase That is Nothing
Short of Phenomenal?
Three points?Broad Street (west of Elba Station), the West End and South Richmond?may be called
the three strategic investment points of the city.
Values on Broad Street have increased over 80 per cent in the last two yearr. Yto need not take
our word?records prove it. The growth of the city is westward, and the West End has become a beautiful
residential section. \ alues there have al*o <-hovn a wonderful increase.
South Richmond is the coming manufacturing section of the city. Values arc increasing by leaps and
bounds, and far-sighted investors realize the opportunity there offered.
We have desirable locations at all three of these points, as well as in other parts of the city. NOW is
the time to buy. bc-f'rr the choice locations arr gone and in time to catch the steadv ri*e in \aluev.
STATE FAIR VISITORS ARE INVITED TO CALL
We will be pleased to show them investment properties at various amounts, from the
smallest to the largest investments that will bear investigation from every angle.
McClure-Davenport-Taylor Co., be
Real Estate Bought, Sold a. d Rented
104 NORTH EIGHTH STREET, RICHMOND, VA.
Real Estate Loans Negotiated. Write for Illustrated Catalog of Farms. Insurance Writtt
THE BANK OF
Extends a Hearty Greeting to All
Out-of-Town Visitors During
THE STATE FAIR
We hope to greet many of you personally at our banking rooms, and cordially invite you to make use
of our splendid banking facilities while in Richmond.
We assure you of every courtly and consideration?our entire staff of officers and employees is at your
JOS. E. WILLARD, Pres dent. RO. M. KENT, Jr., Vice-President.
A. R. HOLLADAY, Vice-President. R. B. CAMPBELL, Cashier.
O. E. PARRISH, Cashier Church Hill Bank.
Jonathan Bryan, Jos. E. Willard, Emmstt Saaton,
Chas. J. Billups, J. Stewart Bryan, Jno. T. Wilson,
J. R. Gordon, G. L. Fairbank, Thos. P. Bryan,
Jno. S. Harwood, R. L. Gordon, R. D. Gardn,
Chas. A. Rueger, A. R. Holladay, H. A. Hare,
C. C. Pinckney, W. B. Tennant.
COMMERCE AND |
901 EAST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
1 he themi Company
Will Be Located in
Booth No. 90
STATE FAIR GROUNDS
With a Full and Complete Line of
The Largest and Most Extensive Stock
in the South.
Many of the Items Specially Low Priced During
Visitors are assured of every courtesy and afforded a splendid opportunity to view aH the very latest
time, labor and money-saving appliances for the up-to-date automobilist.
If you own a car?ask for copy of our General Catalogue and Discount Sheet, illustrating and describ?
ing the immense line wc carry. It will save you dollars?it's FREE for the asking.
THE CHEMI COMPANY,
020 EAST MAIN STREET,.- - - RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.