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Tuesday, iSToTember 1, 1910
(Continued From i-at?e One.)
awarding the coveted "silver cups and I some tailored suit of white serge with
'the tricolors of the three winning 1 DiacK piccuie n.u
places. The women's light liarness
classes and the men's saddle class
created the most interest- The enthu
siasm over these classes of the show
was shown by the crowd which con
tinued to call for its favorites and
express its disapproval when the rib
bons were, awarded contrary to the
Costumes Striking: Feature.
The costumes of the women in the
light harness driving classes formed j
probably the most striking feature of
the successful show. The lights
Among; the Drivers.
In the women's driving class, Mrs.
J. A. Pickett looked extremely well in
a costume of purple, in the grape tonis
with an embroidered lace 3'oke and
purple hat trimmed with yellow
Miss Adine Noake was most charm
ing in appearance in a chic tailored
suit of white serge, with which a
black picture hat was worn.
Mrs. R- W. Knoblauch wore a modish
tailored suit, in black and white, with
Avhite hat In attractive tailored model.
beaver -was worn.
with bands of Persian. A black picture
hat in velvelt, with willow plumes, was
Miss Edmonds was handsomely
gowned in white, with light gray hat
in attractive picture model.
In the Boxes.
Among those occuying boxes were:
Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. White. Mr. and
Mrs. TT. E. Race. Miss Ethel White,
Miss Wanda Race.
Mrs. and Mrs. James Crawford, Mr.
and Mrs. H. M. Andreas, Dr. and Mrs.
J French S. Cary.
Mr. ana -Mrs. rnu iuuub, "
Mrs. Charles Givens, Miss Lillian Giv
Mr. and Mrs. Julius A. Krakauei,
and guests, Mr. and Mrs. R. (J. bem
pie. "Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wise, Dr. and
Mrs. Hugh White, Miss Ieigh White,
A. D. Osborne.
' Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Montenghol,
Miss Mary C. Adams. F. U. Nelson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tuttle, Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. Frieze, Mrs. C. S. Adair,
Miss Mamie Adair. ,
Howard Coffin, George T. Ball, New
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Norton. Mrs.
George J- Cole, Mrs. C. M. Newman.
Mr. and Mrs. H. TV. Broaddus, Mr.
and Mrs- George R- LeBaron..
Miss Felecia Faix, San Francisco,
Cal.;, F. B. GallagUer, Miss Carrie
Race, J. E. Lehman.
Mrs. Steffian, A. Krakauer. Mrs.
Zork, .Miss Dora Zork.
Mr.(jnd Mrs. A. P. Coles, judge and
Mrs. Waters Davis, Mrs. E. M. Bell,
Dr. James B. Vance. j
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Williams. Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Happer, Mrs. C. X.
Buckler, Mrs. Marguerite Stephenson.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lyman. Miss Net
tie Wilson, Miss Ruby Wilson, K. F.
Johnson, J. W. Johnson.
Judsre JoseDh Mntrnffin ATrc TViliinm
Mrs. Marguerite Stephenson Hand- J Glasgow, and guests, Col. and Mrs.- A.
Mrs John Blake was attired in anisephLne Morfit, Miss Mary Nations, R.
old rose foulard costume, trimmed TW. Moss.
brought 'out the colors of the drivers' I iIrs j .- Morrison was handsome
gowns and heightened the sheen on ,,ly g-owned in black chiffon broadcloth,
the silken coats of the horses. The j a,1(1 wore a black picture hat.
colors of the Fair association fluttered .. L L Mundv's costume was of
from the whips of the women drivers j v-jiite"ser"ge. in tailored effect. A white
and many wore bouquet of autumn . "nne velvet hat with spangled
flowers which added another touch of i trmmings, and willow plumes cora
vlor -to the scene. The srrace and ,., t.s v.-minr- nnctnme.
.- . pleLeQ tins uctuu""b "- I
horsemanship displayed in the driving Mrs. Clif Robertson looked particu- J
of the El Paso women was commented jary -qii in a costume of white serge,
nnon bv the outoftown people present l ' ...v. ,ii, -n-hito Nanoleon hat f
in the stands.
Prior to the opening parade F. S.
Potter, a baritone singer of the Parker
shows sang, "Meet Me Tonight In
Dreamland." He was accompanied by
the carnival band.
Society Was There.
The one event of the season that so
ciety recognizes beyond everything
else, is the horse show, which always
supplies an opportunity for the display
of gorgeous gowns.
Next to the horses in importance at
the show, is the wearing apparel of the
gay throng in attendance.
Among many handsome costumes no
ticed in the boxes were:
Mrs. Josephine Nations Morfit
Handsome white lace gown trimmed
"with ermine, black hat with white wil
Mrs. J- H. Nations Black and
white striped chiffon, over white satin,
Mrs. Richard Ainsa Blue velvet
gown, black picture hat with while J
Mrs- Ysalfel Flato Green tailored
suit, with black velvet hat.
Mrs. William Glasgow Handsome
-white tailored suit of serge.
Miss Josephine Clardy White serge
costume, black picture hat with wil
low plumes in white.
Mrs. TV. E. Race Black tailored cos
tume, and black velvet hat
Mrs. Z. T. White Gown of gray sUk
with black turban.
Mrs. Henry Pfaff Old rose crepe
over silk, with black hat.
Mrs. W. L. Tooley Green tailored
suit, and green hat, also in tailored
Miss Leigh White Gray tailored suit
and black picture hat.
Mrs. J. A. Happer Blue chiffon cos
tume, over white silk.
Mrs. J. F. Williams Blue tailored
suit, with black hat.
MrSv J. G. McNary Black velvot
costume and black velvet hat.
C. Sharpe, Capt. and Mrs. Franklin
Mrs. Thomas H. Logan, Miss Evelyn j
.logan, Miss Grace Logan, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Ainsa, Miss Enid Ainsa.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pfaff, Mrs. W.
L. Tooley, Miss Valerie Lorig, Miss
Kathrine Pfaff, Miss Elizabeth Pfaff. '
Mrs. T. Gl McClendon and Miss .
" alker McClendon, of St. Louis: Miss
j Helen Bottom, San Diego, Cal.; Miss J
o-.nme is. Harris. (
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Wallace,
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Robertson, John j
M. Wyatt, Mrs. Bertha S. Henderson, j
Miss Frances Henderson. !
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Chase, A. A. !
Howard, Miss Sara Cobb, TV. L. Woods.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ainsa. Mrs. I
Ysabel Flato, Paul Hammett.
Mrs. Charles Hunt. Miss Bonnie Fel
len, Rx Millyan, Killian Lundek. j
IMr. and Mrs. W. C. Davis. Mr. and !
Mrs. W. B. Bull.
Dr. and Mrs. M. P. Schuster, Mr.
Davis, Miss Regina Schuster.
. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Dunn,-Mr. and
Mrs. A. P. Coles, W. B. Latta.
A. Coblentz, N. C. Thompson, M.
Coblentz, Mrs. A. G. Weil.
Mr. and Mrs. Long, Mrs. Flora A.
Mahlon, Miss Ruth Long.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Magoffin, Mrs.
I J. H. Russell, George Florey..
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Powers. Mr.
and Mrs. W. Sachs, Mrs. M. Hardin,
Mrs. H. Blum.
Miss Josephine Clardy, Mr. Lolzeau,
Garnett King, Eugene Fox.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Leavell, Mr. and
Mrs. D. T. White. Miss Lee "Walton,
Miss Fuqua, Mrs. James Brady.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nations. Mrs. To-
To the Fair
Do iot fail to visit us in our now store.
Six floors filled with the Latest Alillin
ery, Furs. Art Jewelry, Ribbons, Etc.
The "Beauty Parlor
is beyond a doubt the
most interesting place
in El Paso. See it.
There Is Choice In
Mr. and Mrs. Homan C. Myles. Mr.
and Mrs. S. C. McCurdy, Miss Kath
leen Myles, Frank O'Brien, Mr'. Ern
est. C. A. Beers, W. V. Sterling. C. Gib
son. H. C. Brubaker, Robert Krakauer.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Austin, Mrs.
E. P. Wal. Mrs. Lula H Montmo
rency, Miss Ethel Walz.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Perrenot, Dr.
and Mrs. B. M. Worsham, R. S B.
Washington. Mrs. Dora McDaniel, Miss
D. A. Austin.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McNary, Mr.
and Mrs. TV. S. Crombie. Miss Sue
Crombie, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benson.
The Winners. '
Event one, commercial teams, pair
of heavy horses shown to wagon, for
Maury Edwards silver cup Wells
Fargo Express company, blacks, first;
Pabst Brewing company, blacks, sec
ond; Western Transfer & Storage com
pany, grays, third.
Event two, model rig, for Dr. R. A.
Higglns silver cup Bay stalion Prince,
E. J. Peterson, Alamogordo, N. M., win
ner; bay mare, TV. L. Toolej owner,
second; bay filly, Dr. Burleson Staten,
Event three, western saddle horse,
for John, Fisher silver cup Jewel,
black horse, Greer stables, first; roan
horse, Max Meyer, second; brown mare,
C. .N. Bassett, owner, third. Other en
tries, sorel horse, T. W. Robinson,
black horse, Fred Rowe.
The Children's Entries.
Event four, children's class saddle
ponies for George Flory silver cup
Black horse owned by J. B. McGhee.
ridden by Margaret3 McGhee, first;
Bogey, dun pony, Marie Burkhalter,
rider and owner, second; Texas Belle,
black horse, X, H. Long, owner. Dor
othy Long rider, third; Snowball, Dr.
Edmunds owner, ridden by Charlie Ed
monds; G-eorge, roan horse ridden by
Event five, high school horse, one
Suit or overcoat gives yon
first dioice of the classiest
clothes made in the world.
Sold only by
ob Moore &. Co.
Opp. the P. 0.
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The Philosophers and tS
Dr. Safford, for many years profes
sor of cnemistry in the Medical Col
lege of the University of Nashville,
used to tell his students a -fable the
moral of which was "prove it." Cer
tain wise men were gathered together
j to ascertain the explanation of a state
ment mat wnen two glasses or water
of equal weight are balanced on the
entry Texas Ring, ridden by J. Wal
lace. Blue ribbon.
McLean's Horse "Wins.
Event six, most stylish rig, for W. T.
Hixson silver cu Nora O'Brien, chest
nut mare, Hugli McLean owner, driv
en by Mrs. Plftf' Robinson, first; Tem
pest, black horse, driven by Mrs. J. N.
Pickett, owner, second; Raven, black
horse driven by Miss Adine Noake, H.
P. Noake owner, third; L. V., driven by
Mrs. J. Blake, bay horse; bay horse,
driven by Mrs. W. L. Field; Lady, bay
mare driven by Mrs. L. L. Mundy; bay
gelding driven by Mrs J. M. Morrison.
Event seven, five gaited saddle
horses for Silberberg Bros, silver cup
Lady Peacock, bay mare ridden by E.
Harris, first; Kentucky Granite,
speckled gray, ridden by Dr. Burleson
Staten, second; High Wave, bay horse
ridden by Charles Parker, third; But
tons, bay gelding, ridden by W. K.
Event eight, roadster pacers, for
Long Lumber company silver cup, first
prize; lap robe", second prize Prince
Allie, sorrel gelding, Dr. G. A. Kig
gins, driver and owner, first; Lignite,
black horse, Charles Parker, driver
and owner, second; Dan M.i bay horse',
Johnny Prultt, driver, thiTd; Smoke,
bay horse, L. V. Carr61, driver and
owner; Electra, bay mare, C. N. Bas
sett, driver and owner.
For the BaKsett Cap.
Event nine, women's class, for C. N.
Bassett silver cup, first prize; gold
horse pin, second prize; silver mounted
whisk broom, third prize Granite,
driven by Mrs. R. W. Knoblauch, first; j
xempest, mack norse, .Mrs. j. a.
Pickett, driver, second; Nora, chestnut
mare, Mrs. Phil Robinson, driver,
third; Tony, bay, Miss Gladys Ed
monds, driver, J. Buckner on seat;
Raven, black horse driven by Miss
pany's silver cup Kentucky Granite,
Dr. Burleson Staten, first; Phocusc. bay
horse, Robert Martin, driver,' second.
There were but two entries in this last
event, as most of the drivers had gone
PLENTY OF FUN
ON "THE TEAIL"
beams of a balance scale and a frog
I is then put in one of the vessels the j Adine Noake; L. V., bay horse driven
by Mrs. J. Blake: bay horse, no name,
pectacular Display of
AH business houses closed tomorrow in honor
of EI Paso Day
balance remains the same, thus at
tempting to prove the assertion that
a frog 'has no weight when immersed
in water. Each wise man had his own
explanation, and there was much
heated argument and discussion. At
i length one of the wise men said: "But
Is your statement true? Let's prove
it." Of course when it came to prov
ing it, they couldn't.
So when you hear people say that
Coca-Cola is injurious, just ask them
to prove it. They can't. Nobody can,
because It is not injurious. But on
the other hand it can be .proved that
it is not injurious by chemical analy
.sis. Or if you are not a cnemist
yourself, why not accept the verdict
of every competent chemist who ever
analyzed it? Eminent College and
"University Chemists, Commercial Chem
ists, Government, State and City Chem
ists all have analyzed Coca-Cola and
not one has ever beenable to find any
thing Injurious in it. The very next
time you hear anyone say that Coca
cola contains deleterious ingredients
tell him to write the Coca-Cola Co., At
lanta, Ga., for a free copy of their book
let, "Tne Truth About Coca-Cola." In
the meantime write for a copy for your
self you will find it very interest!.
Os Aple Parade
Friday Will he
Dan Patch Day
All Fraternal and
Are cordially invited
to participate in the
! b aaaiiMeacga-a
Admission to the Grounds During Day, 50c-
at Night 25c. Children Half Price
Either on foot or floats
Phone or call
driven by Mrs. W. L. Field; baj' mare,
driven by Mrs. L. L. Mundy; bay geld
ing, driven by Mrs. J. M. Morrison.
Event ten, men's recreation saddle
horse, for the Heinman Morrison Real
Estate company's silver cup, first prize;
I Tom Dockery silver cup, second prize
Doc. bay horse. Dr. J. D. Love, rider,
first; Tennessee Fox, bay mare, Dr.
Burleson Staten, rider, second; Sidney,
bay horse, J. Calisher owner, John F.
Robertson, rider, third; Star, roan
horse, C. G. Gatley, rider and ownerrj modernized the old game Instead Tf
tne piece or canvas and the negro head
c n& nggeu up a seat over a tank of
water. Perched on this seat is a di
minutive coon boy in a bathing suj-.
The rod on which he sits has an
tension arm with a large target on it
If this target isUiit with a ball, -he
rod breaks in the middle and lets K
shivering darkey into the water. The
two gold dust twin attachments are
called Rastus and Rhemus, and they
take turns falling into the tank for Me
amusement of the crowd.
The merry widow duck pond is an
other new wrinkle on the Overland
Trail. A woman who swears that she
is neither a widownor merry, has two
trained ducks. "McGinty" and John"
who swim In a two-by-four pool of
-wjater. small hoops may be purchased
for the small sum of 10 cents. Wltn
these hoops the amusement seeker
tries to ring the duck's head. If he
succeeds, he gets half a dollar but he
doesn't if not he has a lot of fun
trying. "You can't lose at this game."
the merry widow declares.
Playing the devil may be all right
occasionally when the lights are
bright and the wine bubbles freelv.
But for a steady job it has its draw
back. This is the confession of J. R. Shak
lee. who is the red devil who sits out
in front of the "Devil's Dungeon" and
attracts the crowds by his wiles. Shak
lee says playing the devil is a "hell of
a job," but he gets three squares a
day and then some, and his lot could
be worse. Being "the old gent" in rid
is not his life work. He has been a
shining clown with Sun brothers' cir
cus and has engaged in other amuse
ment ventures, having been In the
game for 10 j'ears. His home is in Co
lumbus, O., but he is not home much.
Bobby Burns, bay gelding, J. A. Brad
shaw, owner and rider.
Big Bunch of Entries.
Event eleven, Myers company nickel
plated single harness, first prize;. Dr.
Burleson Staten silver shaving set,
second prize Tempest, black horse,
Chas. Parker, rider, first; Nancy W.,
bay mare, H. TV. Peacock, owner, Herb
Buckner, driver, second; Bobs, bay
stallion, Dr. J. A. Edmonds, owner and
driver, third; Electra, bay mare, C. N.
Bassett, owner and driver: Tonjr, sor
rel horse, J. Buckner, Latta aud Har
per mare, W. K. Marr driver; Easter,
bay horse, L. TV. Weir, driver; Phocusc,
bay horse, Robert Martin, driver and
owner; Nell White, bay mare, B. P.
Lerner, driver .and owner; Lady W.,
bay mare, Pomeroy Transfer com
pany, owner, J. W. Davis, driver, v
v Polo Ponies.
Event twelve, polo ponies, for J. G.
McNary silver cup White Man, white
horse, B. A. Palmer, rider, Midland,
Tex., first; white horse, Dr. J. A. Ed
monds, owner and rider, second;
Rowdy, bay horse, Fred Rowe rider;
Billy B., Sam McClure, rider.
Event thirteen, El Paso Fuel com-
Tomorrow W"e Close
at one o'clock
r 1 10 allow our employes the pleasure of Visit-
I iiig the Fair, we will close our " store j
promptly at 1 o'clock. Several extra
special items are offered as an incentive -to early
shopping on Wednesday morning.
WOMEN'S LEGGINGS Extra
quality knee length jersey cloth
leggings, in black only. A
regular $1.00 kind, 70
a pair ... tC
JEWELRY NOVELTIES Xew
style brooches, sash, veil and
belt pins, in plain gold and oxi
dized, effects. Many pretty de
signs, $1.00 quality; ye -3
GLOVES Chamoisetfce" iwash
ahle gloves for women, suede
finish, in Wack, gray and bis
cuit; alPsizes in an extra spe
cial value; a OS
a mair -dOC
UNDERWEAR Women's mer
ino vests and pants, fine rib
bed, non-shrinking, natural
grey only, all sizes, J?Q
Keg. 75c value, each.. OoC
CORSETS Now fall models,
long, medium and short, well
boned, embroidery trimmed,
special lot in a dollar JQ
quality, each O4C
VEILS Extra quality fancy
chiffon and silk larqtri3ette
Veils, long and square styles,
in all colors. tf - A Q
Values to $3.00.. 1 .xO
NAINSOOK Several pieces of j
cnecKeti annity ana namsooK,
good, quality for underwear or
child's garments; Q
121-2c value, a yard. O 70 C
NUNS VEILING Best quality
all wool nuns .veiling and al
batross m all colors. Regular
TAFFETA Full yard wide all
pure silk, finely finished, Mack
taffeta. .Guaranteed quality,
sold regularly for
$1.25; a yard
UMBRELLAS Extra quality
gloria silk umbrellas, 26-inch.
size, steel rod, on extra strong
frame, with fancy hand carved
and metal han- d aq
dies; $2.50 values. J 1 .t5
Pure Linen Tailored Waists
An extra special offered in the "Waist Section
for tomorrow morning only. ISTew style made
of sheer all pure linen, hand embroi&ered in a
number of handsome designs. A regular
$1.50 value, specially j. i iq
priced. ... r x J7
Indians Arrive Parker. Co
Has a Lot of At
tractions. The Overland Trail at the fair is one
or the best ever seen at a southwest
ern fair, and it wilL compare favor
ably with the "Midway" of any of ths
big- state exposition.
Another attraction has just been ad
ded, in addition to the Parker shows
and the regular park attractions. Maj.
Eugene Van Patton and his tribe of
Matechlnos indians arrived Monday
afternoon and are now encamped on
the Overland Trail below the figure
eight. These indians will give their
ceremonial dances during the day a"d
evening each day of the fair. This is
the same dances that they give at Las
Cruces at Christmas time each year.
The Parker 'Carnival company's
shows are now all set up and working
overtime along the Overland Trail. The
enclosure just off the Trail proper is
filled with the different big attrac
tions of the carnival company. The
wild animal show is to the left of the
board walk entrance to the poultiy
show and flanked by the Moulin Roue
and the "The House of Joy." x ferris
wheel, a merrygoround, "The Alps,"
'the Devil's Dungeon," "Pharoah's
Daughter," "The Bandit," a moving
picture show, and a number of smaller
side shows are scattered along the
Trail. Post card photograph galleries
are also to be seen on all parts of the
Trail, and cane racks, doll racks.
paimists and all 'of the other attach
ments to an amusement street are
found alnnfe- fha TVoSi t. u
hard to find a fair with more amuse
ments. A piece of canvas with a negro stick-
"b .w eau tnrougn a hole for the I f
uiMU o tnrow at. three throws for a
uime, is as old as the street carnival
idea. But one man on the Trail has
In addition to these extra special items, all spe
cial prices advertised for Monday and Tuesday
will remain in force until 1 o'clock "Wednesday.
n m iMMii -i"aiii Wl ....q,,
Only One Store Room Left
But we stilL have several offices for rent in the
ew Buckler Building
Anderson-Filler Realty Ok
Over Watson Grocery, Bell 491
Also sole agents for the Phoenix-El Paso Build
ing Company. We build and sell homes on easy
sweet until old
tartar, will not
25c and 50c at
ftoOD OMEX, XOTE I,EFT
ANOXY3IOUSLY AT FAIR
"Just tell them I am a com
"El Paso Pair. 1910."
This note was left by an
anonymous well wisher of the
fair on the big press table in
the -press building Monday aft
ernoon when no one was look
ing. The message, scribbled on
a piece of copy paper, is being
preserved as an omen of good
by the fair officials, who be
lieve that its predictions will
more than come true before fair
week is over.
, .. "
DON'T STAY FAT
This is fashion's decree as wen as the
general verdict of numanity in general.
Fatness is despised by every one fat
people mosjt of all. lou must be thin
to be popular, attractive, comfortable
or contented. How to accomplish this
much desired end without danger to
health or resulting wrinkles or flabbi
ness was an unanswered question until
the discovery of the famous MarmolaJ
t-i ; -V-n- 1iof ilo TnotVinrt
Sri cui ipiiuu. -vr ctw v....? ..w,.-
has proved to be absolutely harmless,
and the same formula Is put up In the
form of Marmola Prescription Tablets,
thousands of men and women are re
ducing to natural symmetry at the rate
of a pound or more a day, and are in
better health and spirits from the
change. This method of reduction is no
hardship on the smallest purse, as all
druggists sell a large case of Marmola
Prescription Tablets for 75c or the
Marmola Co., 737 Monroe Av., Detroit,
Mich., will mail a full case for the
same small amount.
Desirous of Curing the Drink
We are honestly desirous of curing
all who are addicted to drink, and if
you are interested in any one needing
Orrine we invite you to write us. Our
correspondence is confidential and our
replies are sent in plain sealed envel
opes. Orrine No. 1, is 'the secret treat
ment and Iso. 2, for those who wish the
voluntary treatment. $1 per box.
Write for free booklet on "How to Cure
Drunkenness. The Orrine Co., 467 Or
rine Building, "Washington, D. C. The
leading druggists endorse Orrine. Sold
in this city by Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon
. Drink Lots of it
It's pure, rich, sweet.
It's good, and good for your sys
tem. It's nature's purest food
drink. It's a health food.
Many families use three to five
quarts per day.
EL PASO DAIRY CO.
PhOHes: Bell '340; Ante. 11M.
Office 313 X. Oresoa.
EI Paso Pasteur Institute
For Prer-emtlve Treatateat
825 SAN ANTONIO STREET.
Phoae 234 R. 3. Kea., 3457
"Rough on Rats," a powder- Do your
own mixing, pay for poison only then
you get results, for Roaches, Ants
Mice. Rats. etc. See directions how to
use In out-bUildlngs. 15c, 25c, 75c
Crawford & Gottwald
Planing mill and office, 1200 Mo. St
Low prices on Sash, Doors, and Win
dow Glass; Cabinet Work; Bank,
Store and Office Fixtures. fc
Snr Printing for the Fair1
'Rush Jobs Are Our Especial Delight."