The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 24, Ed. 1 Monday, June 8, 1908 Page: 2 of 10
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s D AnBOSTiHONDAY MOBNIKGJUNE ai0037M?A.'
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1 WHITE HOUSE g ? (Tv-v rn-
h the Scene of Some Remarkable
tOUa BRARCB. H.J U
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Ckaica .1 Alt Roataa
tad Bar. Iaclada4
Many StopTra ADowad
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CHICAGO $36.55 Round Trip
Jaaa 12 ta 16 Incl.sira Good ta Ratara aatil Jaaa 30
ticket orncc 217 main
Why Not Insist on the
IS THE BEST
FOR SALE ONLY BY
Union Iron Works
feted topon the fart that whn this emer-
gency aroee the repute!. an party i in
peiPar and In position to come to tba
Th renuhliran administration will aJso
Hbm eaawpltinented un the passage during
tl Fifty-ninth congress of the railroad
rt few and this .etalatlon will be
pointed to as an example of what th
party will do for the country at larare
In cato It I given anh a lea of power
.W to afford it sufficient time for the
cfmaffes which are believed to be desir-
fU'WII-L GIVE PRESIDENT CREDIT
Tba president will atao be given mu-h
eradtt fdr recent legislation locking to
tha H atatii Tat ton of tba forest the con-
Si atton of the public domain rn the
fetaraat of the entire country and the
reclamation of the arid lands "f West.
Tbe prcaldent'8 attitude ir t: matter of
t$M) artier a 1 protection of reiour es of the
COantrr will be favorably commented
1 ttpoo as indicating tl:- t5t r..-:rs tor
lUtnra letfalation Hid pMi;in in faror
9t deepening ti e tha me! of the Missia-
x flfppt river and the gfr-ra! inmveni'M.t
of the Inland waterway come In
; for aothusiastk Indorsement a will his
Vigorous work In prosecuting tha ct-n-l
tmc41on of the I'ar.an.a rar.al
Tba convention wl1'. pkn e itself or rec-
. rd a fa vnrlnp h an p.mf ndment to
V; the Sherman RnTi-tr-mt law nn wti! enable
the railroads to enter Into raonabl traf-
Cc aK-reeni-T.m ltliot;i Taking tt-e riffk
' Jif proaeru' Inn In t h1 '-riniinal court s
Probahiy alRo tiiere will te a declaration
1ft favor of the regiBtrMon of certain
corporations having tl uu-ans to become
BSflnepol lef engaged In i-frstate mm-
" Baarca ao a t- rive The NaMonal govern-
MBit uch Rupervlnjon over them a Is
DAW tier laed o cr traneportatlon agett-
TV'.a In thle connec'n there wl'.I be a pro-
Munoement in fa-r "f National ccmtrol
M aarainst National owners' ip ("ogrl -Sance
wflavbe taken of t lf demand of
v labor to the extent of recommending much
lesjftelatton a will inor. lab-.- o'-ganlia
loot agrainst judgment by the .niirtu in
tW laauan'-e of injunctions wi'ho .t d.ia
notice or ner-essan fearing A re.- rn --
pianilatlon for the removal f trir!. pen-
" altjr fek conRplracy projections when mich
proaerutlons are .;-. id nga'i-Kt !aiHr
arganlxatkirs Ik r""'?'.! ' V
Tbare will be a tr it resolution along
th Itnea of that ei;b--a. l in the plaform
&t 000 wher the n"i-wln and pmprietT
ar BOneart c -operation nnd combination
; Vaa recogniz'-d o me-t r.ndltlona
- aa4 Ttend An.erlcai trade Ir foreign
VaQoantriea but when c piptra'ue which
ereat monopolies lirii.T pr-.du t :.m and
Control pricp. w-r- io!tte'i:v r.iwlernrel
PHIT.IPrTNKH ANI ( " I HA
BIwch Care wi'i be given to t he planks
ttaallrig with the I't IIlppU.es and 'ila.
Tba pacific att It ti'ie of t Ms cour t ry to-
rards Cuba will !' I. 'id to lave been
flawonatrnt r 1 1 tt prse-it re at --n! Ip
0 taa two countries h 1 b 1 1.' gt-De-ally
feOVD fact ti.al bv reitorel peace
aad order to tl.at r nnd il " rriti
State Is now p'-iar'.-t; t- br.fiit It 1 ro
t4frt orate t
dance of Its c: trot Our nanaRenie-.T
aC affairs in the I'b'hppv.e :.e .
'-katled. it mill he .'.e 1 11 at tl..- r"-
' plfioa are prosjie-ftig and improvInK U' -ler
.'tba rreent admlnistrat Urn of affairs and
:. H Will probahlv I- net forth 'fiat to adan-
0OH these Islaiids nnTii o-ir wr k t c ;s
t'flltlwhed an'i t!o l'hil'pplne pe..pU- made
feady frr self -go .-ri.nient be In-
' human. unwie mud In every wa un
' ;Y A usual the pi :i form H: d"lare f.-r
Vth protection of t'.-- civil lilK-Tttee of the
' negro race A spe h effort 'HI he made
WE HAVE HUNDREDS OF TONS Or
I Beams Channels Angles and Tees
la Stock for Prompt Shipment. Write for Prices
HOUSTON STRUCTURAL STEEL WORKS
$75 Ro"d Trip
akat at Oa) aa4 MaOarr U
(MM Kail via Baffakt Htatsra. D
rH. Cira St. Lii. FailaalaU.
Hartaajars. WnMum PhtaWr. Ciaciaaaii
4 St. Una. ar VICK VERSA.
M. L V ORRIS. Afnt
to have thla plank coniprabenarre and
There will be a strong declaration in
favor of the contianed Improvement of
the navy. Including the constant fncreaae
In oar battleshlpa with the end In view
of protecting our Interests abroad main-
taining our standing among the nations
and supporting the Monroe doctrine
which doctrine will again receive unquali-
There will be a word In favor of the
maintenance of the arniv on Its preant
basis but no recommendation for Its en-
largement The action of congress In In-
creasing: the pensions of the widows of
soldier will be commended and a libera!
peialOTi policy for the future will be ad-
vocated FOR STATEHOOD FOR TWO.
Among other recommendations that will
b made will be the following
For the admlsalon at the next session of
corwrreas of Arizona and New Mexico as
separate States of the union; for the pro-
tection of American cltlrens abroad; f-r
tl.- fostering of our commerce in tie
orient for the open door In China f.-r
tie exclusion of r.M.U latyr. whether
C h In eae or J a pa n ese s t ron g corn n ) e n d a -tion
of the present civil service policy
endorsement of the plan to grant a sub-
sidy in the Interest of ocean mails To
South America and Australia and for
the t ncourageuiciit of American shipping
There will be a dejnand for the contin-
uation of the poi tries of the present ad-
ministration towards corpora tion s A t -tentlon
will be nlled to 'he wisdom of
carrying into effect all the recommenda-
tions of the prt-etdent and the necessity
for a "square deal" ail around for the
enforcement of ti.e law without regard
1 - raoi.s or p'.ac-a. and for the eu.j ;
jir- t --non of all under the law will be
CONFIDENCE IN JUDICIARY.
Memorial Will Be Presented to Ke-
( Aisoixate d Press Repot;.)
NEW Y iKK. June T. -A large trmilr
nf representative public rrn have unit-1!
in a memorial to be presented to the N w
York member td the committee on reso-
lutions iff ir.e republican National con-
vention .m.l to th- chairman of the ret
lut Ions committee ask'ng for a ft roug
I lank afflrn.ing oiiflib-nce in th.e j ;
ulrlary of the .-o ::.try n- a bulwark for
the malntenan '- f the American syst ui
f government The memorial Is signed
bv f nir former cabinet officers Cornelius
N Mil 's. Thomas I . .Ir rnes Benjamin F.
Trnrj. John ' 'Jriggs and Judge Charles
Andrew former l.lef jiistlce of the
. "urt of appeals President Nicholas
il irra y Hut ier of Co! inihla un l ersit v
Judge WliU:tm Walla. e rmer I'nlted
States -tt' ult lodge I'r-nMent James M.
Thy'-t of "aifai and I'rt-sider.t Rhees of
HoC toiler -:nlverajt ai ) oh-rs
The memorial Is nf fmli.ws
1 .. un Ur-ioe1 repnblii ana having
In mind !e at'nk upn the i;fnirtt made
((. platform and lb (andidate of t lie
deiv .. Tfci lc part y In ha vtng r.-ason
t.. t-ile- tfiat a similar atta'-k In m.-l-rnpiated
In ti.e presMintlal a.nipHlgn of
i:. do a rrest 1 v rookie: 1 ti ( in rult (ee
"ii rsohitions to include Ui Its report t')
tie republican National ronventlon the
f 1 A lo whig decla rat
Ve affirm o ir f'-nfidence In tlie In
t-grity and J.istl-e of the courts. Htni
and N'ationul and v insist that The pr
ser. ation of their Independence and fu'.l
on"tltutlona! prerogatives is es.ei:ta to
tl.e mxli t'-i.aiK e of he American system
of gov er nn.ei.t."
TAFT LEADERS DEMAND
Control of the National Convention
and Suffeition by the Allies Art
Hot EeoeiTei in Very Good
Senator W. Murray
rhusetta will manage
The story that
;ne of alaua-
- Taft campaliftt
does not come from the Taft leader. Th
element of the repuhli. party which la
banded In opposition t Ta': and Rooa-
el! under the name f V e Allies." and
w hich picked Senator - ' . w 8 as tain
Prary chairman of t! c ' 1 ago conven-
tion has selected Senat Murray as
1 aft s campalarTt manag. r This aama
faction has alao seleited Ice President
Fairbanks as Taft'a rur.nl' g mate. Sena-
tor Hopkins of Illinois as chairman of
tha committee on resolutions. Elmer
Dover as aeoretarv and Harry New aa
chairman of fhe National committee.
It Is to break this slate of the "Allies"
at the Chi rairo convention that a series
of remarkable political conferences have
been held at the White House almost
daily since the adjournment of congTesa.
The moat Interesting- period In the re-
publican campaign la now at hand and
the game la being played by experts In
these board of-political -at rategy meet-
ings In the White House The fight no
longer centers about defeating Taft
nominHt 1011 In June but around the ab-
solute control of the National machinery
of the party by the opposition to the pres-
ent administration and Its avowed heir.
FAIRBANKS IS WILLING.
Vice President Fairbanks may never
become president of the I'nlted States
but he Is willing to stay In trim for the
office by accepting the vice presidency for
another term and the "Allies" are gla
to have him as the nucleus around whlcn
the opposition ran remain banded for the
next four years when t hey hope to
smash the Taft Roosevelt atrenjrth which
has triumphed In t Ii Is campaign for the
republican nomination. The other contin-
gency upon which both Fairbanks and
the reactionaries might be expected to
flKur Is the long chance of gaining con-
trol of the government In case some
calamitous circumstance should create a
vacancy In the presidency. In the event
of Taft s success at the polls such a
vacancy would give them the reins
sooner and Insure to them all of the po-
litical advantage that goes with a fac-
tion In power Fairbanks' reiteration
throuarh his friends that he will take
first place on the ticket or none means
nothing In the calculations of the poli-
ticians who are watching the big game-
How bitter the dose Is which the reac-
tion ariea are endeavoring to administer
to Roosevelt and his political legatee
and how Interesting the fight will proba-
bly le in Chicago t Ids month can be
better appreciated when the affiliations
and antecedents during the present cam-
paign of the men on t he slate of the
"Allies" are taken into consideration.
CRAVE IS PESSIMISTIC.
William Murray Crane senator from
Massachusetts whom t hey have picked
to run Taft's campaign as chairman of
the National committee has contended all
along that Taft. if nominated can not
win That Is the bitterest pill that has
been prepared for the White House can-
didate. Senator Hopkins who is slated
aa chairman of the commttee on reaolu-
t loans to write the plat f- rm. Indorsing
"my policies." Is a reactionary at heart
does the bidding of Sena 'or Aldrich In
all things and has lined up with Bur-
rows and Hale who did illant eenrlce
fr the democrats In l.i.idmg some of
'my p"'i ies " up to the !:g!.t so that the
count rv would have no trouble seeing
through them Harry New. who Is being
put f .11 as permanent chairman of
the convention is an o.jt and out Fair-
The -verhr"w of this Mate Is what
thn 1 fi rd p -I it leal strategy has been
W'-rk;r.x nri at Its sessions In the Whits
H"'is hrrt congress has adjourned
That tt w: ! not be accomplished wlth-
o t a d lfr 'ipt Imr struggle would se-m a
foregone --oni lusion were It not for tho
reniftrkal-'e facility of republican poll-
tl latin ' adapt themselves to any sort
of politic a' trade that face-saving ex-
edien v may require
Hi cw ever. ."h"-;ld the at niggle over tha
cont rol .if th- tarty machinery for the
neit four years leave no scar the fight
over the platform la apt to have a few
.; sp- - is t hat will need ten tier nursing
tefir the " fat frying" stride (f the cam -
jalKi is reached If the H v. y elt ele-
n.-ri r - u ccsfif ul t he st a ml patter) nil I
1-tse thir fight r.jalnst a p- posed Imme-
diate r'lslon of "excessive duties." as
t onfemplated In the tariff plank of the
h ' ' piHtform. which it said. the
Roose eit men have derldM to graft Into
the N .ti'.nnl declaration.
IKM'K'RATS AUK 1NTKKESTFD
A!toKf.-fer. It will be u m( Interesting
convention for the dem'TaM. The reac-
tionaries fixed as t he pri- "f harmony
during 'he coming arnp.vn the surren-
der of control nf the par'v to them four
years hence Fnr that ri.-P they will
put their shoulders t tl wheel and lt
congress with a standnaf senate. Juggle
with the tariff and let Taft the pacifier
i-arry out the Hwm-vc 1 1 "policies" wit h
kid gloved hands It Is nrd to say whs
tl 'onservatlve element would do In the
i- ent they are trai l j :.-d underfoot n
ChV.igo with i- of holding ttie
whip hand on the S' . I'hin against poaj.
si hie furt her arid m hhk reset ve radl -calism
four -ai- Jt wonld o- t-
mn' h to expect th- anipered Interests to
t ar either their -i. bugs or tl cur
shirts In the Imn - nf a campaign
which might give the rank and file of
the pnrtv a tast t Mood and leave the
Interests powerW-s -o far as control of
the party macMm-rv 1? concerned to
check the radh a! t rud of t he pa rt y at
the end of the next f ur years.
DIVISION OF CALCASIEU
Will Meet With Very Strong Oppo-
sition. tHouiton Prit Sptcvtt.t
LAKE CHARI.F.R. I- . Juno -That
Reprapnlatlv- limner's Mil to dlvlda
1 alc'Huii-ii p;irlRh Inln four plce hl
tlrrcd a hornet nwt la born out by
tha maim meetings Ix-tng; hM and reaolti-
tln aHiif.l protntlnit asalnat the mai-
ritlzeni Bt Wlh rlerlare they will
fight the hill while a maaa meeting held
In Iake 'liarl-n today resulted In ulrnl-
lar action helng taken. Max maetlnaf
will ba halri In Kinder. Da Qulncy and
Slngar on MondAjr whan similar resolu-
tions ara passed Tba claim ta mada
that a majority nf tha people of tha
parish do not favor tha bill and a rota
NURaiNO MOTHIRS AND MALARIA
Tha Old Standard Grave's Taateleas Chill
Tonic dries aat awlasia aa MM as the
THE MOST STUPENDOUS FURNITURE SALE
EVER HELD IN THE STATE
YOU CAN T AFFORD TO MISS IT
(Continued from Page One.)
the convention and latT t 1 tha conven-
tion Itself hut that he did not doubt that
the result would be the mi staining- of the
If the managers hold by their declara-
tlcn and it is evident that the attitude
rf tha managers of the local headquar-
ters reflects the situation In Washing ton
concessions to the anti-ThCi camp can he
gained only by a complete surrender of
all opposition. H was announced lodav
that Arthur I Vorers. another of the Taft
managers will arrive here tomorrow.
Representative McKinle v of the Cannon
forces and Senator Dick who la looking
after the Interests of Senator Foraker
are also expected.
NEGRO CONTESTS YET I'NSETThKP
AM of the contests r-111 to bs settled
are brought by negro voters Instructed
for Foraker excepting four districts In
Kentucky which are claimed for Vice
President Fairbanks and two In Mis-
souri which are claimed for Governor
Hughes. It wus rumored here tonight
though not confirmed that Senator I tck
will order that many of the Fornker con-
tests be defaulted in the interest of the
secretary. The committer will begin work
at 10 o'clock tomorrow 'aklng up first
the contests of the Third Florida district.
The contests not yet seltled are as fol-
lows: Florida one district ; Georgia three
districts; Kentucky four districts; Louisi-
ana delegates at large and seven dis-
tricts; Mississippi delegates t large and
six dlatrlcts; Missouri two districts;
Nort h Carolina delegates at large and
seven districts; Ohio four district?!; Ok-
lahoma delegates at large and three dln-
t ricts; Pennsylva nia. one delegate from
the Twenty-first district. South Carolina
delegates at large and two districts. Ten-
nessee delegates at large and eight dis-
tricts: Texas delepatea at large and six-
teen districts. Virginia delegates at large
and eight districts West Virginia one
There are also contests frin Alaska and
TEXAS NEWS IN WASHINGTON.
(Houstrm rTt S refill )
WASHINGTON June 7.- Texas post-
masters apn tinted Aqua. Moore county
John M. Crawtoiu vice E. McDowell re-
signed ; Cand' larl i. Presidio count y.
Iawkin Kfpatrh h. vice W B Premlt.
removed ; "l!ck. I .l.ir.o count v Drurv J.
Smith vice J t. All-ed. resigned. Eddy.
M-1 -en nan countT Henry C Ingram. vt;e
O. Terrell resigned I-akeport. Freestone
county Wade S- '-nan. vlc Hungary
AVilhams. rcsirc 1 Hllllster Tyler
county. Haver H 1' 1 hert. vice H. D. Dar-
den trcosed; K ur Bastrtm countj'
Mary Rowanky. FTank Dordovskv.
resigned; Perry. F county. William H.
Smith vice H. A
irton resigned. Run
E M Ruthven.
Burnett countv. J.
O. Faith resigned
county James Y.
t S. Champion vie
signed ; Smith wick.
E. Mohlev. vice J
Hunny Lane. Burnet
"x. vie John T.
Berry resigned; Tn rier Eastland coun
ty. William I M -r:ier. vice A J. Ma-
Rural free dell v.- -v
for Texas routes
Avota Ike O i -B
Wlese. sulislltut" r
Charlie. R. -hert A
Chlllicothe -Luth. -D
H Carter auhsti-
fJrace Gipson. uhj'
Norse. -Martin N
I R CHANGES
thwait carrier; W.
route No 1.
'!ese. carrier; Jos
.te No. 5
Neal. carrier; B. B.
it No 1
M Carter carrier;
te; route No. 1.
!e route No. 2
n. carrier; John
ite No 2.
I 1 d
II Add... yor Contest Department Houston II
ll Vaaa Solotlon o . THE HOUSTON POST TEXAS I j
is not only the price of
and bank. We extend
Union Bank & Trust
James Segrest. substitute; route No. 1
Sei.lv. H G. Castleton. carrier. Mat
Kveton. suhstUute. route No 2
Sealy - Joseph 1 ;otigh. carrier Jake
Kveton. substitute route No 3
Tt Erl.11 I Thomas. 4-arrler: C E
A:xander. utstiiute. route No. 1.
KEW OFFICES ANP I 13CCNTIN-
A post of fire has been establ ished at
Spring I-ake Lamrt county with Thomas
IS I veiling u.h p15t master.
The post offices Ml Cm ton Gin. Free-
stone county liriver Freestone countv
I-amkln. t'oinanche county Moselej". I'p-
ton county and Sartartta. Fori Bend
o'liniy. will he discontinued June ly
The name of tl.e ihjsi office at ircat-hi-use.
Jack "; i has ! en rh.Hroted
t . Stewa rton. with Andrew Si hn eider as
PATENTS 1('K TEXAN'S
Patents Issued Ti x.uis - K S Bunting.
M- - ill on. machine f r gathering cot ton
ires . E H H .1 er Houston ctr
1 r -.n L P. Ha v i now 1 marriage 1' 1 a
x). Mineral Wells tuilk looler. R John
fori Houston lock. M K. Ii ne and
S N Hall HmiM"i wrench. W 1'
1 .Ipscomh. Crocket t. loading appai a t ir.
J M Mat his ami E M Staggs. SttrliriK
'it. loi k nut. H. A Mtnrav and J
T; vans I a w son. fertiliz- 1 distributer; I .
M Piester. Weather for d spring tooth
harrow R I. Rhiiim J ; 1 1 1 1 1 fly trap. J
I Rev in dd s. 'leluirne r ; il w a y swtti li .
H Rohlnsitn. Wao medicating and mas
paging appllame. H ; 1 i L rs. Here-
ford wind mill; P. E Withams. Paris
seed planter S S Wolfe. Robert I-ee.
cu Unary time Indicator.
MAY HAVE BEEN MTJRDERED.
Body of Ole Nelson Was Found
Uiouslon - .!. iaJ.)
DALLAS Tfias. Junn 6- Floating In
the water of a fifty-foot well In a pas-
ture on tho Rockwall roaU about flva
miles north.ast of Iallas the I'H.llv (K--.m;o3e.1
Imily of (l Nelson a Swriln
about 60 years of age. w as ills'0 eret
yesterday afternoon A man who gave
ilia name aa l.ennle Thompson while seek-
ing lost FtiTk itirtde the lls-ovrjy and
reported It t" ihe sheriff's office Deputy
J J Ledhetter and V H Cullom went
to the scene and recovered the tody.
It In said that Nelson had horn in I as -lng
for alnnit three weeks from the f :u m
w here h had heen at work as dairyman
helper for the lust fifteen years.
Justice William acting ns coroner
viewed tho remains last night hut has
not yet rendered a verdict He staled
that the body iu In such a condition
liberty but it is tbe essential thing for botb customer
you our best energies and invite your participation.
that he could not tell whether there was
rvMt ni t' of powder hums
Peputy Cullom. how.-ver. Is of the opin-
ion that Nelson had heen shot and
thrown In the well hut said that there
was no clew.
NEGRO KILLED BY A WOMAN
Who Went to the Assistance of Her
(Hexifcs Post :'
HRVAX. Texas June Mrs J. M.
Sala. liner sli d ami killed Jim Jones col
ored in h-r l. ishund s store l oe ihls nf-
t ttio..i: The host ami . a.ighl l.im s'cal-
Ing aiiil went to take the goods The m--Kr.
restated ami while they scuffled the
wife shot '.he negio in the head with a
stx-shootcr. killing him instantly. She
was glen a prellmif.arv hearing tonight
and lor bond fixed : l.'OOo which Itie
fc.ae anil was released
Brakeman Badly Hurt.
iH)ns1o Fot .S"vrid )
MFMA. Texas. June i Hugh Wood a
hrake-oan on the Houston and Texas Cen-
tral while making a switch here vester-
dav morning was run Into bv a string of
movlcg cars and his hip l-adl lacerated.
i was sei.t to the hospital oi the loi al
freiglit tram. Ills home Is In Knnls.
Is Bitten by a Dog.
tfilMlfCM Vlf .SfCiajJ I
LEKSVI l.LK Texas June S -Melvln
Bratton ll lng one mile south of this
place on Sunday last had his hand badly
bitten by a dog supposed to have hydro
he left for Austin
Smith's itch and Eczema Remedy
Is til'ARANTKKD TO Ct'ltE any form
of skin eruption PRICE 60c.
SMITH DRUG CO.
W2 Preston Ave . 1417 Washington St.
WILBUSH DRUG CO.
813 Congress Ava.
Commercial National Bank
Surplus and F?ofits over $600000.00
$27.50 In Cash Prizes!
readers ot The Post for
money does not go by chance or
to the three readers who tell what the Zl Just of Age"
stands for and write the best article of not more than
200 words on the subject.
i - j i . i ii .
ll s easy 10 fiuess wnat me
can take your own latitude in writing the article.
You can't win without
i ir a i i
well worth your etlort. lew days remain in wlucl (o ;n
your answer. Send it in now Don't wa mill s tJ
1 he contest ends at noon Inursday July llili I .1 i"
ii i i .L f 11 c i "" allJ l"f awardi
will be announced on the following Junday.
Prlie $15.00 In Gold Second I'rlo
Third Prlae $5.00
Surplus and Profits:
- t'ommer- N:(t ciial Bank regular dlv-
Mend 1". i cm
Sioith lr National Rank raffular
dividend 1 i r cent-
- rnion Hank and Trust Company repfc-
lar dividend 6 per .ent. - -
- Merchunt .i National Bank
- Will !!! Hip above ptcks for lthar
cash or part cash balnnrp on time at ft
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