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Description: Financial Ads (1 of 2) Page 3Date: October 27 1893
Newspaper published in: Washington, D. C.
Evening Star October 27, 1893 Financial Ads (1 of 2) Page 3
[Transcriber note: Classified Ads are selectively reported. Individual Ads are reported if there is an individual's name; or if there is a business name that we have not previously reported.]
American Security And Trust Co.
Banking House 1405 G st.
Storage Warehouse 1140 15th st. n. w.
Capital (paid in) .................... $1,250,000
Surplus ................................. $150,000
You can open an account with this company and receive interest upon your deposits, and NO NOTICE IS REQUIRED to withdraw same.
You can buy Debenture Bonds in sums of $100, $500 and $1,000, earning 5 per cent interest per annum.
You can buy Real Estate First Mortgage Notes at face value, plus accrued interest, netting the purchaser full 6 per cent per annum.
You can have your will drawn and kept at this company’s expense should you desire to name this company as executor.
C. J. BELL ............................................. President
J. W. WHELPLEY ....... First Vice Pres. and Treas.
Geo. E. EMMONS ......Second Vice Pres. and Sec.
John RIDOUT .............. Attorney and Trust Officer.
A. T. BRITTON ... Chairman Executive Committee.
A Letter From Comm’r Veazey.
The following letter from Hon. W. G. VEAZEY of the interstate commerce commission explains itself:
“Washington, April 7, 1893.
“Messrs. Bowes & Hall, Managers:
“Gentlemen: - Twenty years ago today I took Polley No. 79,885 in the Equitable Life Assurance Society. The total premiums paid amount to $1,126.80. Today I have settled with you by receiving cash $700.06, being 67 per cent of all the money paid, and I still retain the policy in force by paying the same annual premiums that I have heretofore paid.
“I have been insured on other plans during this time, and I do not know of any plan that would have afforded me cheaper insurance than I have had on this policy. I also took a life policy in your company at the same time, and very much regret now that I did not take the whole on the Tontine plan. Everything with regard to this policy has been perfectly satisfactory.
“W. G. VEAZEY.”
Is your life insured? Don’t delay. The younger you are the lower the rate.
Bowes & Hall, Managers, 1226 F Street.
The Washington Loan and Trust Company.
Paid-up Capital, One Million Dollars.
Surplus and profits, $163,898.
Organized under act of Congress and under the supervision of the U. S. Government.
This company act as Executor, Trustee, Administrator and in all fiduciary capacities.
It will care for your estate and furnish good investments for your money while you live; it will settle your estate after your decease.
It will pay interest on your savings bank account. It will pay you a larger rate of interest on time deposits.
It has a magnificent Safe Deposit Department. Silver Ware, Valuable Papers, Trunks cared for at very low rates.
It rents magnificent office rooms in its fire-proof, granite building at reduced rates.
Brainard H. WARNER, President.
John Joy EDSON, Vice President.
John A. SWOPE, Second Vice President.
Jno. R. CARMODY, Treasurer.
Wm. B. ROBISON, Secretary.
Andrew PARKER, Assistant Secretary.
John B. LARNER, General Counsel.
A. S. WORTHINGTON, Advisory Counsel.
J. J. DARLINGTON, Advisory Counsel.
Charles B. BAILEY, John A. HAMILTON,
A. L. BARBER, John B. LARNER,
James L. BARBOUR, Theodore W. NOYES,
William E. BARKER, Isadore SAKS,
R. N. BATCHELDER, N. H. SHEA,
Charles BAUM, Ellis SPEAR,
John R. CARMODY, Frederick C. STEVENS,
John M. CLAPP, John A. SWOPE,
Horace S. CUMMINGS, J. S. SWORMSTEDT,
J. J. DARLINGTON, George TRUESDELL,
John Joy EDSON, B. H. WARNER,
Albert F. FOX, A. A. WILSON,
James FRASER, Louis D. WINE,
O. C. GREEN, S. W. WOODWARD,
William B. GURLEY, A. S. WORTHINGTON.