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REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE P OEmx best (SEAL) E. J. BENNITT.... O. M. HALM LLOYD B. CHRISTY S. H. STEWART I MARICOPA CHAPTER Daughter of the 'Amtr can Revolu tion Elected New Officer Pleasant Social Session. Maricopa Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, held a delight ful meeting with Miss Fowler at the Indian school. A large American flag Ha!Ha! He! He! ! That's the way to feel EVERY ONE does that take CASCARET nlht BEFORE, when be looks at the fellow wkotfieVt. For OVER-EATING and DRINKING nothmf oo Earth cleans you oat as CASCARET, naturally easily, without that upset sick feeling. Don't nefleoe at bed time 9 P. if. or 4 A. M. no difference you'll need it. 698 CA9CARSTS ioc a box for a week- treatment, ell druggists. Biggest seller ia the world. MUlioa boxes a month. sT TV fT New Line of Standard Toilet Paper I5c, 2 for 25c WE DELIVER;' FREE OF CHARGE. THE BEAR DRUG STORE Tel. Main 93. Opp. City Hall. .ir P ; RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts . $G56,G34.23 Due from Directors ' .' 9,2G5.00 Overdrafts 15,G90.41 Stocks, Bonds and Securities.- 140,574.32 Warrants, "City of Phoenix 10,149.08 Real Estate 42,750.00 Furniture and Fixtures 10,500.00 Current Expenses and Taxes Paid " 4,124.82 Due from Trust Companies, State and National Banks ,. $154,774.44 Specie 125,041.49 Legal-Tender and National Bank Notes 22,112.00 Checks and other items carried as cash 4,072.23 Exchanges for Clearing House 8,G86.49 ai4.GSG.G5 Total $1,204,374.51 County of Maricopa 1 Territory of Arizona J ' - of my knowledge and belief. Subscribed and .u vvmmimou OFFICERS. and fine portraits of Lincoln fur nished a most appropriate decoration. The meeting was opened by sing ing "America." after which the chap ter regent, Mrs. G. W. Vickers, pre sided over the annual election of offi cers, which resulted as follows: State Regent Mrs. Walter Talbot. In order to secure the desired rep resentation, the Continental Congress, in Washington, D. C, Mrs. W. C. Barnes was elected ntate vice-regent, and Mrs. E. C. S. Brown, who has held the office for the past three years, was cordially welcomed to her former office as historian. Chapter regent, Mrs. G. V. Vickers; vice chapter regent, Mrs. A. J. Kdwards; treasurer. Miss Angie Parker; secre tary, Miss Almira Fowler; registrar, Mrs. W. E. Thomas; regents alter nate, Mrs. Clarendon riuiith, Wash ington, D. C. Among the visiting Daughters were: Mrs. George Archer, St. Paul, Minn.; Mrs. Pettis and Miss Ellis of Los Angeles, Miss Allen of Kansas, Mrs. and Misses Gregg of St Joseph, Mo., and Mrs. J. D. Stannard of Michigan. Other visitors were: Mrs. George Merryman, Mrs. Goodman, Mrs. Sny der, Miss Cutler, Miss Ridenour, Miss Gould, Miss Monroe and Mrs. Grin stead. Xo formal program was rendered, U. -rfim- i r-l. At the Close of of the above named Bank, sworn to before me, this 10th expires vprn is, ivw. Sim2JiJiiir President Vice-President Cashier Ass't. Cashier but great interest was furnished by original copies of the Galena (111.) Gazette, containing the telegraphic dispatches of Lincoln's assassination, and fac-slmile of the famous Lincoln and Douglas debate. An Interesting souvenir Lincoln edition of the Chi cago Tribune "was also greatly en Joyed. Post-cards contafning leading events of Lincoln's life were present ed each guest by the hostess. Maricopa Chapter had the honor and sincere pleasure of enrolling Miss Sharlot Hall among Its members. With the stimulus of her association, the chapter feels confident of accom plishing much In historical memorial work. Dainty refreshments were served at the close of one of the most Interesting meetings of the year. The next meeting will be held the last Saturday In the month. o LONG LINE OF NOVELTIES AT THE BIG CURIO STORE Everything Brought Under the Merci less Price Cutter. Here aro a very few of the cut price bargain at Balke's Big Curio Store that hav.e so far received no mention. They are all going at the sacrificing price sale. Among them are several thousand beautiful china phoenix sou venir pieces, bearing pictures of well known Phoenix scenes. Including the rapitol building. They are all hand painted, "made in Germany." The price has been cut squarely in two. There are also many novelties in na tive orange wood and cactus. One third of the price has been thrown off these. Besides, there are many novel ties In burnt and painted woods. These are one-third off. The costliest among them does tiot cost much. They are cheap and delightful articles for pres ents to friends in other parts of the country who would appreciate such novelties. (. J Now, here Is something else, a larg$ lot of shells, sea shells of many kinds bought by Mr. Balke on his last trip to Mexico. These shells are of every conceivable kind, useful for ornament and decoration. They are all hand- somely hand polished and every one bears a message. You hold the shell to your ear and you hear, not "the sad sea waves," but the glad sea waves, which say, "Xow is the time to take advantage of the cut prices at Balke's Big Curio Store," Again, the public Is urged to visit the st and see what is going on there u 'jnay not want to buy, but th.-make3 "J' difference. Tou will v-iust as welco. aVO.ie to resist the am" tW prices which have bV of goods at tCm in order that the stofn put upon t hem in oroer i. m ,'oe cleared for w TO ALL REAL ESTATE, This is notice inai i - 7 -- 1 nis . mjvithdrawn all my property . i, M'rket. Business February 4th, 1909. do solcmnlv swear that the above statement is true, to ' LLOYD B. CHRISTY, Cashier. dav of Februarv, 1909. MANY MEETINGS TONIGHT OF THE RAILWAY ONIONS The DeSouza Commission Bill to Be Considered. Tonight there will be meetings throughout the territory of railway employes' unions to consider the De Souza railway commission bill, and by tomorrow morning the sentiment of the employes regarding it will be made known here. This bill at the time that action was taken by the unions against the other pending railway legislation had not been in troduced and there had bpen'' no inti mation that It wouM be, so that whatever objections were iaised by -pyright, 1909, 7 L. ADLER, BROS. & CO. 1 S3 - W LIABILITIES. Capital Stock (paid in) Surplus Undivided Profits Due to Trust Companies, State and National Banks $ 43,242.25 Individual Deposits subject to check 904,257.32 Demand Certificates of Deposit 117,416.89 Certified Checks 2,118.26 Cashier's Checks outstanding G89.43 Total F. D. LANE, Notary Public. E. J. BENNITT O. M. HALM F. C. the representatives of the railroad workers here either did not apply to that at all. or, if so, only in a gen eral way. W. L. Fox, who remained here to look after the interests of the employes, will be guided in his fu ture campaign by the advices ho re oeives tomorrow. Mr. Fox yesterday received a tele gram from Conductor T. H. Purcell of Douglas, stating that at a meeting of the Order of Railway Conductors, the order had voted to withhold Its support of Mr. Morgan's bill for the ' regulation of train service and for the protection of the traveling public. Though that bill is designed, for the most part, to benefit the work ingmon, they say that it would im pose a hardship upon the railroads and that, therefore, the men who had objected to the other bills on the ground that the road at this time were unable to support the burden proposed to bo laid upon them by the pending bills, they could not now consistently ask for the enactment of the Morgan bill. 1 Headquarters for Good Taste Uf)Q McDoug'all (Si Cassou Co. and $1,204,374.51 the Correct Attest: E. J. BENNITT, G. M. HALM, P. T. HURLEY, Directors. DIRECTORS. EZRA W. THAYER P. T. HURLEY HATCH E. B. O'NEILL LLOYD B. CHRISTY ' ATTELL AN DRISCOLL. New York, Feb. 13. Abe Attell and 1 Jem Driscoll, champion featherweight of England, will meet in 10-round con test at the National Athletic club on Friday night nevt. A klrt of Beauty U a Joy Forever. DR. T. Folix Ooureucfs) Orlemtal Cream or Magic! Beeutler. Tib. Pima!. ta BUS Vrie ae4 every fcraia om bi yty. ud 4 tm dictkB. It hnoo4 IM tt I e ymn, ma4 to M tiftrmlM wfl tactetttnbrvnrett la prrprrly Acepf no counter feit of tnUax rane. Dr. L. a. tmn Mid to lady of tbe baat Um is patient ) t - t you ladles wUi sao (ben, I recommend 'Geamarf'o Crem aa th 1ea.t harmful ct ail tba akin Breparatlor..." Ft wla bj alt draitfista aim Kancy fcoodl finlvt tn the Suua, Canada aod Buropa. fmT.liOPClrrg, 37 EraJ Jora Strat lmto.1 rr-yri naaa. That is what our store is in respect to Men's Clothes. We have the garments that are correct and up-to-date; that wear well because they are made in the right way from the right materials. Our line of Suits and Overcoats is one that we are proud to show. We have been long enough in the business to know what good Clothes should be. This is a true story. Does it suggest anything to you? If so, perhaps we can be of service to you. Clothing', Shoes, Hats and Men's Furnishings 32 West Washington St $ 100,000.00 25,000.00 11,G50.3G j 1,0G7,724.15 WANTED Government Positions 36,000 POSITIONS are to be filled this year. Examinations for dif ferent positions will be held soon. I can fit you to pasa the exami nations for any of the following positions. Will furnish all text books free. Departmental Branch Railway Mall Clerk (male); Railway Mall Weigher (male); Railway Mall Porter (male). , Custom-House Branch Sampler (male); Assistant Weigher (male); Messenger (male). Post-Office Branch Clerk (male or female); Clerk Carrier (male). Full particulars regarding the above or any other Civil Service Courses. Call on T. C. S. repre sentatWe at Davidson's Cash Store and ask for free descriptive circu lar. Feb. 12 to 19th. D I T. AVIS.