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Image from web page 1196 of “Le quincaillier (Juillet-Decembre 1905)” (1905)
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Identifier: lequincaijuidec1905mont
Title: Le quincaillier (Juillet-Decembre 1905)
Year: 1905 (1900s)
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Subjects: Commerce
Publisher: Montréal :
Adding Library: Fisher – University of Toronto
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OUS remercions nos clients de leur encoura-gement passe et soUicitons de nouvellescommandes de tout le Commerce du DistrictdOttawa — Nos facilit^s sont exceptionnelles.Nous tenons un gros stock dans toutes leslignes et nos ventes annuelles d^passent un millionde bucks P. S, — Nous sommes toniours disposes a. ajouter a la liste de nos fournisseursexportatevrs. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ S. J. SIGNIFICANT, Limited i8, 20, 22 Rue York, = = OTTAWA, could. 82 LE PKIX OOURANT Divers Can. North West Land [com.] . 400Can. North West Land [pref.] .. 99J Montreal Loan & Mortgage .. .. 135Montreal. Light temperature &. Power [ex-div.] 92 Richelieu & Ontario Navigation 71per centWindsor resort 90 Valeurs industrielles Canadian General Electrical 152 Canadian Rubber t50 Dominion Coal [com.] 76i/^ Dominion Coal [pref.] . … 116Dominion Textile [pref]. . . . 97^Dominion Iron & metal [com.] . .21!Dominion Iron & Steel [pref]. . 70 Intercolonial Coal [com.] 81 Intercolonial Coal [pref.] 91 Lake regarding the Woods i[

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Image from page 101 of “Waynesburg, successful and stunning : a souvenir pictorial tale of the biggest and best little town in Pennsylvania” (1906)
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Identifier: waynesburgprospe00high
Title: Waynesburg, successful and gorgeous : a souvenir pictorial story of the biggest and greatest small town in Pennsylvania
Year: 1906 (1900s)
Writers: High, Fred. cn
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Publisher: Waynesburg, Pa. : Issued by F. Tall
Adding Library: University of Pittsburgh Library System
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Citizens Bank Building, Cor. Washington and High Sts. (The old Campbell place) THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANKOF WAYNESBURG,PENNSYLVANIA SEPTEMBER 4, 1906 VV. P. HosKiNSON, President Dennis Smith, Vice-President J. C. Garard, Cashii RESOURCES Loans and DiscountsU. S. Bonds banking-house & FixturesCash and ReserveRedemption Fund ,777,146 79 75,000 00 69.756 30 242,645 62 3,750 00 ,168,298 71 LIABILITIESCapital inventory Surplus and Undivided ProfitsCirculationDividends UnpaidDeposits S200,000 00 807.576 81 74.500 00 422 00 1,085,799 90 ,168,298 71 DIRECTORS W. P. HOSKINSOND. L. DONLEV T. ]. HUFFMAN HON. R. L. CRAWFORDT. J. WISECARVER DENNIS SMITH C. E. BOWER DR. J. T. ULLOM T. P. MOFFETT D. C. CUMPSTON J C. GARARD On roll of National Banks associated with the United States; first in Greene County, thirteenth inside State, thirty-sixth in the usa.

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Union Deposit lV Trust Company UNION DEPOSIT & TRUST COMPANY REPORT MAY 26, 1906 SOURCES financial loans and Discounts shares, Bonds and Mortgages Furniture and Fixtures Overdrafts Cash and Due from Banks Total LIABILITIES 7,024 29 Capital inventory 5,000 00 100,851 85 Surplus Fund 110,000 00 6,042 78 Undivided earnings 2,751 76 681 44 expenses Re-Discounted 33,500 00 39.994 48 Due Depositors 373.343 08 4,594 84 Total 4,594 84 R. F. Downey, President OFFICERSThomas S. Crago, Vice-President W. D. CoTTERREL, Treasurer DIRECTORS R. F. DOWNEY JOHN VV. DONNAN D. K. PHILLIPS J. W. CLOSSER S. W. SCOTT CHAS. V. GARRISON VIRGINIA E. SOUTH THOS. S. CRAGO N. H. BIDDLE H. K. BARB VV. J. BAYARD

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