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%J \ LjJ. Vr.&« ml I\JY. m. m seekers and the natural economists. "It's the safest place in town to
expect good bargains at, for when Jacoby Bros, promise anything they're sure to keep their word." That's what they all say of Jacoby Bros.
You Got them Yesterday and You'll Get them Today, too.
Men's Hats Boys' Waists Men's Boys' | Men's Shoes Children's Men's Sox
JftLVfA ,5SiiS: Jv Tan Shoes Knee-Pant Suits iAH Tans Seamless Hose E * tra
gray and black; hard-finished welted very finest imported French Prrcales, , . . . you pay a quarter for, for two pairs,
brim; a soft hat having the dressy Cheviots and Scotch Ginghams, in »hib.-4. ,Wt» Mat top., m theory The right good sorts for School wear ?&l j I Why Br£ 1,™,?,'" < There's a dozen pairs in a bundle, and
finish that suggests the Derby; a light, medium and dark; laundered In B Sft al" ; you can have the bundle today for
swell, up-to-date hat that selili every- highest quality finish. Reduced from & and A(\ f" d KlT* "SIU a "1
where for $1.75 to $2.00, excepting $1.00 and fi.2; for today only; at gee***-..*' »»»« *»*»!>!■ / Xll hrown rherked and nliid rhrvint well ntttDK, stylish and car. Jl% Jr. ZXI I toes' Just half price today. Reduced s *\.
here today, and then only for JACOBY BROS.' only fc&ZtZ?.^., 9 . from 2 cc per pair to £\f\r
$1.35 49c 5f1851..59 WKSL7S 10c ouc
tripsins ja'C^P^ob
PASADENA ELECTION CASES
Set for Trial on the 15th of
May
MISCONDUCT IS CHARGED
On tbe Part of Members of Election
Boards
Memorial Day to Be Observed by Veterans
aad Allied Organizations—Personal
Notes and News Brevities
PASADENA, May I—Friday, May IS,
has been set as the day for the hearing
of the city election contest, which takes
place before Judge Shaw. The com
plaint was tiled by Attorney Metcalf in
behalf of Messrs. Reynolds nnd Laeey,
who were elected to the offices of trus
tee and city marshal respectively, but
whose places were filled by tho board
of trustees by placing their opponents
in office, owing to the lrregule "i_s in
the returns. The complaint all 'ges that
the members of the election board in
precinct number one were gullt> of mal
conduct in not complying with the stat
ute requiring a list of the persons voted
for, for what office and the number of
votes given for each candidate to be
attached to the tally lists and prop
erly attested. Also that the election
boards in precincts numbers three and
six were guilty of malconduct in not
complying with another section ot the
law which requires them to enclose in
a cover, seal up and direct to the city
clerk the election returns in a certain
prescribed manner.
It is asked that the court make a re
count of the ballots In each of the six
precincts and that the result of the elec
tion be declared in accordance with the
findings.
Memorial day will be observed as
usual by the veterans, the oration being
delivered by W. E. Arthur, esq., and
religious services will be held on the
Sunday preceding at the Baptist church,
the sermon to be preached by the pas
tor, Rev. Mr. Douglass.
The memorial committee of John F.
Godfrey post, JJ. A. R., have issued The
following call:
In accordance with the order from na
tional headquarters of the Grand Army
of the Republic, as printed below, the
committee of John F. Godfrey post, No.
93, G. A. R., having in charge the exer
cises for Memorial day, do most ear
nestly request the people of Pasadena
to unite with us on the 30th day of May
next in commemorating the services
and honoring the memory of our dead
comrades by the usual Memorial day
services.
"The time is again nt hand when in
clination and duty call the Grand Army
of the Republic to prepare for the sol
emn services of Memorial day. In ac
cordance with our rules and regulations
the 30th day of May is set apart for its
reverent observance. This day is con
secrated to the memory of our dead. It
ls the nation's festival of remembrance,
when a liberty loving and happy peo
ple, enjoying the blessings of peace and
prosperity, cease from their labors, and
with grateful hearts pay loving tribute
to the memory of brave men, who hav
ing finished their course with honor and
crossed the star-lit line, now rest peace
fully under tho shade of the trees on
eternal camping grounds. Sweet be
their sleep, unfading their glory, im
perishable their fame. Cover the
, mounds above them with spring-time's
richest offerings. Raise above them
the flag they loved. Let silvered age
standing by their tombs feel that, with
the dust of such men sleeping in our
soil, the republic will stand with its
glory undlmmed and its power unbro
ken. Let trusting childhood weave
srarlands for them, and at their graves
leceive inspiration that will keep them
earnest in loyalty, pure in citizenship
and faithful to duty.
It has been our custom for years to
gather in the churches of the land on
the Sunday preceding Memorial day for
such reverent worship and instruction
as becomes the occasion. We shall
honor ourselves by a continuance of
this custom as a fitting preparation for
the solemn duties of the day, and all
soldiers. Sons of Veterans, Women's
Relief corps. Ladies' aid and citizens
generally are invited to attend these
services and unite with tho Grand Army
of the republic in paying tribute to those
who feil in defense of national unity.
DEATH OF MRS. HALL.
The death of Mrß. Hall, wife of Rev.
Dr. Wyllys Hall, occurred Thursday
evening at 6 oelock, after a lingering ill
ness which extended over a number of
years. She passed away very peace
fully, all of her six children being pres
ent. While her death was not unex
pected, as she has been an Invalid for
a long time, still It fills with sorrow her
family and friends. Mrs. Hall's maiden
i\ame was Eleanor Kellogg. She was
the daughter of Rev. E. B. Kellogg, D.
one of the early rectors of St. James'
church, Chicago. Her girlhood was
spent at Gambler, 0., where her father
was connected with the Episcopal Theo
logical seminary at that place; and it
was here that she first met Mr. Hall, who
was at that time a student in the sem
inary. Mrs. Hall leaves two sisters and
two brothers. The funeral services will
be held at All Saints' church at 4 p. m„
Saturday, Bishop Johnson of the Dio
cese of Los Angeles officiating, assisted
by Rev. Mr. Dyer.
MATINEE RACES.
At the matinee races at the Crown
City cycle track this afternoon, the of
ficials of the meet were W. W. Jenkins,
referee; E. W. Flint, starter; Harry
Black, E. a. Braley, c. Hewitt, judges;
E. S. Crump and A. S. Van PUten, tim
ers, and A. E. Van Etten clerk of tho
course.
In the one-mile novice race the start
ers were F. H. Weight, Fred Rowan and
Fred Yore; won by Weight, Rowan sec
ond, Yore third; time, 2:36 3-5.
Ono-half mile handicap —Entries —
Coty and Hill, scratch; Wilson and Ed
wards, 15 yards; Frost, 20 yards; Weight
and Hadley, 25 yards; Rowan 35 yards;
Myron Hill won, George Frost second,
W. Wilson third, Walter Hadley fourth;
time, 45 seconds.
One mile open—Entries—Coty. Hill.
Edwards, Wilson and Hadley; won by
Myron Hill, Coty second, and Bert Ed
wards third; time, 2:20 3-5.
One-third mile, against time —Entries
—Coty, Hill and Wilson; Hill's time was
43 seconds, Coty's 45 and Wilson's 45.
Two-mile handicap—Entries—Myron
Hill, scratch; Edwards and Wilson 50
yards; Hadley and Gammon 75 yards;
Weight and Fassel 100 yards; Yore 125
yards; Hill won, Bert Edwards second,
Weight third.
Ten miles, business men's challenge
race—Entries —P. E. Burnham, George
Frost, E. S. Crump, Harry Black and
I. Gammon; Gammon won two points,
Burnham one point.
THE NEW TORRANCE BLOCK
The L. C. Torrance block, as stated in
yesterday's Herald, will be erected at
once on the northwest corner of Union
street and Raymond avenue. Seymour
Locke is the architect, and the cost will
be $12,700. The block will he of STUff
pressed brick, iron and glass, two stor
ies in height and 55 by 107 feet area.
The ground floor will have four store
rooms, two of which will face on each of
the streets. On the second lloor will be
an assembly hall 53 by 83 feet and pro
vided with stage, toilet and dressing
apartments, and will seat 500 people.
This floor will also be fitted up with a
kitchen and reception room for the use
of public meetings, balls and the like.
EUCHRE PARTY
The home of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Childs
at Arroyo Vista was prettily decorated
last evening with llowers and ferns, the
occasion being a progressive euchre
party to a number ot their friends. Ta
bles wero arranged for twenty guests,
and prizes were won by Mrs. Emll Kay
ser and Mr. Williams first, and Mr. and
Mrs. R. T. Vandevort consolation.
Dainty refreshments were served.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. W.
S. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Kayser,
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hertel, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis C. Torrance, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Rose, Mr.
and Mrs. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Vandervort,
W. L. Wotkyns, G. B. Post and Miss
Van Zant.
BREVITIES
The delegates from this city to the San
Fernando convention tomorrow evening
will ledve on the 7:25 train. A meeting
was held In the recorder's courtroom
Inst evening, when the matter of trans
portation was taken up and placed in
the hands of a committee composed of
Jno. McDonald and S. V. Tubbs. It was
also agreed to place a Pasadena man in
the chair If possible, and W. E. Arthur
was chosen for the honor.
Burglars entered the studio of Mrs. E.
B. Far on Vineyard street last night, be
tween the hours of 12 and 1 oelock, en
trance being effected through the kitch
en. The found the door to the studio
locked and went away without taking
anything. Mrs. Farr was awaiting the
thieves, ready to perforate them should
they succeeed In entering.
Miss Dortblns of Garfield avenue en
tertained the Young Ladies' Riding club
today with an elaborate luncheon in
her newly completed studio. Among the
guests were' Misses Bolt, Brown, New
ton. Greble. Watson and others.
The Ladles' Tip Top Whist club met
with Mrs. T. W. Goltman on Kensington
place Wednesday for the enjoyment of
whist. Prizes were won by Miss Mc-
Dermld, first, and Miss Smiley, second.
Miss Templeton entertained with a
musical programme last evening at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. McKechnie, the
programme being as follows:
Overture, Lights and Shadows, orches
tra.
Reading, A Rara Avis, Mr. Laeey.
Flute solo, Brilliant, Mr. Darlington.
Piano duet, L'ltalian Algcrl, Mrs. Sed
wick and Miss Wyant.
Nocturne, Remember Me, orchestra.
Selection, Home of Love, orchestra.
Vocal solo, God Is Love, Miss Darling
ton.
Flute duet, Juanita, Messrs. Laeey and
Darlinton.
Kitty Ransom, a young girl arrested
for petty larceny upon the complaint of
Mrs. Toms, appeared in the recorder's
court this morning. There was evi
dence of her having committed other
offenses, and the probability ls that she
will be sent to Whittler.
Mrs. Amelia Craig, mother of Ly
man and AVllllam Craig, died this morn
ing at the home of her son on South
Madison avenue at the age of 67 years,
after a short illness. She had been a
resident of this section for some years
and was held In te highest regard. The
funeral will be held tomorrow at 2 p, m.
The Epworth league met this evening
for the purpose of studying the Metho
dist conference. Papers were read upon
Its Organization. A. B. Stevens; Cost of
the Conference, Matthew Holmes; Pow
ers and Jurisdiction, W. N. Van Nuys;
The Month of May In Cleveland, Miss
Woodruff; Proposed Changes In Con
stitution and Discipline, 8. F. Johnson.
Attorney B. W. Hahn argued in the
recorder's court this morning for a new
trial for his client, Saleldo. convicted
some time since for stealing mod from
the Hugus ranch. The motion was de
nied and the Mexican was sentenced to
a fine of $50 or fifty days in jail. An ap
peal will be taken.
Mrs. Frank Chandler, who ls from
Chicago, en route north, is visiting Dr.
and Mrs. L. E. Wlckens of Madison
avenue.
Walter Vail will leave with his family
next Tuesday for their home in Phila
delphia.
Dr. and Mrs. E. Lewis of Denver have
taken up their reidence in Mr. Richert's
house on North Marengo avenue.
H. W. Latham is said to be seriously
ill.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gall, who have baen
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNTNG-, MAT 2, 189«.
at the Caleton, left this evening for Buf
falo.
Theo. Simpson is filling an engage
ment with the Los Angeles Abstract
company.
C. M. Smith and wife of South Madi
son avenue left tonight for Lawrence,
Mass., with the body of their daughter
Mabel.
J. L. S. Rush of 5S North Lake avenue
is reported seriously ill.
SANTA ANA
Citizen! Object to the Invasion ol the Reser
vation by Sheepherders
SANTA ANA, May I.—The beautiful
Trabuca reservation, set aside by a gen
erous government for a public park, on
which even a bee man is not allowed to
pasture his stock, is, as the Herald cor
respondent is informed on unquestion
able authority, being involved and prac
tically monopolized by a lot of Basque
sheep men, who now have their bands of
sheep herded thereon. .
These Basque herders are credited
with having swept with fire and destruc
tion every section where they have
been allowed to herd their flocks. This
reservation Is under the protection of the
United States District Attorney for the
Los Angeles district, nnd parties inter
ested claim that his attention has long
ago been called to the case, but without
avail.
D. Webster, postmaster of Garden
Grove, is dangerously 111 at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Scarborough gave a
very pleasant muslcale at their home on
North Main street last evening.
George Baldwin of Boker was brought
down from Los Angeles today and ar
raigned in the superior court. The tes
timony of his little victim seems con
clusive. Baldwin plead not guilty.
Monday, May 28th, was set for trial.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dean entertain
ed a few friends last night in honor of
Miss Agnes McCollough. Those present
were, besides the host and hostess,
Misses Minna Roper, Bertha Gallup,
Maud Roper. Agnes McCollough,
Messrs. J. R. Porter, W. H. McClain, C.
H. Wolf and Burt Ostott.
James McFadden will give the school
children of Santa Ana a free excursion
to Newport Beach in three divisions, the
first being for tomorrow.
The farmers of Bolsa have determined
to commence suit for condemnation
against the Steams rancho company for
right of way for the Bolsa drainage
ditch.
ANAHEIM
ANAHEIM, April 30.—At the last
meeting of the city trustees an ordinance
was introduced declaring the necessity
of extending the waterworks and elec
tric light plant.
John Schouman occupied one of the
rooms in the new Ruhman building to
day with vehicles.
Mrs. Margaret Higglns departed for
Yosemite valley yesterday to accept a
position with the Western Union Tele
graph company.
Mrs. R. C, Hutchinson of New Jersey
is visiting her brothers, Walter and Fred
Muchle, and will remain for an Indef
inite time.
The Democratic county convention
meets in Santa Aana Saturday.
At the Paullst primary held here, Sat
urday, H. C. Gade, C, Spencer and Dr.
S. J. Paschall were elected delegates to
the county convention to be held at
Santa Ana Saturday. Tre primary at
West Anaheim elected Carl Raab, D. W.
Snyder and B. J. Snodgrass as delegates
to the county convention.
Drs. Scheurer & Moore of Santa
Ana have leased the Hotel del Campo,
and will establish a sanitarium and
school of osteopathy. They take pos
session next Mondey. A journal will be
published in connection.
D .Hamilton has bought the Koerner
property and will make his home here
in the future.
The girls of the public schools enjoyed
a picnic at Curtis' grove today.
A tally-ho from Whittler passed
through the city this morning, going
south, and loaded with a merry lot of
young ladies and gentlemen.
ONTARIO
ONTARIO, May I.—The Right Rev.
Bishop Johnson has returned to Los An
geles. On Tuesday a pleasant evening
was spent by a large number of Ontario
citizens at a reception given in honor of
the visit of the bishop and Mrs. John
son. Bishop Johnson confirmed nine
teen candidates on Wednesday evening.
On Wednesday night the Westmin
ster Presbyterian church flower festival
was opened in a mammoth tent on Eu
clid avenue. The affair was a grand su"
cess. The festival will conclude tonight
with a complete change of probram
each night.
Leon Freeman left today for Morris
town, N. J., to take a position with the
Morristown Trust company, of which
his uncle, Samuel Freeman, is president.
BEAUTY
Saturday purchases won't be complete if
you don't buy a jar of Loia Moiitez Creme
of druggists.
11. If, SAL • A SON, 270 R. Forlng St., L. A.
C. F. lIEINZKMAN. 'J2!i N Main St., L A.
It removes age traces, prevents wrinkles,
pimples, blackheads, all skin irritatioss.
75c. Lasts three months.
~fW Trlfll BOX JfM'.
__sSn_ steles sending tills
xVaSHbin * d wlll > 10 cents in
s lames win receive a
W of Instructions
■j| amagi and a box of
yf, t loio Mofliez Cfeme
FREE
riStS. NETTIE HARRISON.
Dermatologist, 40 *2 Geary it, tan Francisco.
® THE LOS ANGELES •
DAILY HERALD SUNDAY HERALD
The Loading Newspaper ol Is the Great Family Paper
southern California. of the Faciflo Costs t
® ADVERTISERS ® |
Who patronize The Herald find that it pays them to tell the story of the I
bargains to its thousands of readers. i
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V Bear in Mind—Not one of the host of counterfeits and imita- %
(jj tions is as good as the genuine. Jy
4P m% jfcfc yWWWW Xmtk last year, of Lost Manhood,
UalwTvm Nightly Krnissioua, aud all Seminal weakutsa of
plSfl Emm Nt&Ww MaaK Wtw any nature arising from disease, over-indulgence
Fl*Ic«lB j-TF r or abnseofany kind of either sex, Havethe Drug
■asMWr 4§k\wM M&oWa Mm gist shoTryou'testimonials or tddress with stamp
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jjß&Mjm \\ Vr,-»Ta otksr. tlper bottle, OforffS. Soldunaer a Btiaran-
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I'orsalo by lliOMAi* KLbIJIUXOK. Corner Touiple and spring streets.
Tivato endorsements.
l'rematnrca.ts means impotency In the first
stage. It ls a symptom of seminal weakness
■nd barrenness. It can be stopped in -'0 days
by the us. of Hud van.
The new nlscoYf-ry was marie by the Special,
lata ot tbe old famous Hadson Medical Insti
tute. It is the strongest vltallzer made. It ia
▼cry powerful, but harmless. Loam tbe grand
truth of health, make yourself a man again by
using tbe Gallfornlan remedy. You can only
get It from tbe Hudson Medical institute
Writ, for free circulars, tend for testimonial!
and circulars free.
hi übon medical iinstitute,
Stockton, Market and Ellis Sts.,
san raANCisco, California.
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Dr. Pierces Galvanic
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Improvements and Is sold atone-half the prio*
asked for Inferior, but much-advertised electric
belts.
Tho results accomplished by Dr. Pierces belts
are simply wonderful, thousands of curt'S having
been made where physicians and medicines had
failed to Klve relief.
The strongest possible evidence will bo given to
Inquirers as to tho efticacy and superiority of Dr.
Pierces belts, and a thorough examination aud
comparison of these Roods with all otlurs if ft
■pectfully lnVlted of all Intending purchasers of
an electric belt. Call or write for t'reo "PuniphhH
No. 2." Address
DKS. PIERCE & SON,
700 to 704 Sacramento Street.
•Stand, third aad fourth floors, San Franclaco. Cftl
These shoes fit to perfection and wear
as only the best of leather can. They're
shapely, pliant -the most comfortable of
footwear. They always manage to let in
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Here Ten Years.
ij. M. Griffith, Pres. Jonn 1 crimen. V.-Pre.
K. T. Griffith, Secretary and Treasurer.
Geo. R. Waites, Supt of Milk
J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY,
Lumber Dealers,
And manufacturers oi
rustic Mill work 01 Every Description.
Boors. Window!, Blinds and Stairs.
Mi N. ALAMEDA ST.. Urn Ang.laa. CaA
J. A. FAIRCHILD
Contractor in Asphalt Work
Room 31 Bryson Block
I use only the Alc.lraz brands ol Asphalt,
which aro the purest, nnd highest grades
known aud are guaranteed free from coal tar
or petroleum residuum.
STATE LOAN & TRUST COMPANY
OF LOS ANGELES
CKPITHL PKID UP IN COLD COIN $500,000
A General Banking Busings Transacted
Interest paid on time deposi.s. we act as trustees, guardians, administrators, etc.
Safe Deposit lio*es ior Kent.
DIRECTORS AM) OFFICERS
U. .T. WOOLLACOTT, President: .T. F. t'OWFI.I., Firs' Vice-President,; WAMtCT OILLELEIf.
second Vice-President; JOHN W. A. OFF, Cashier: .U li i,K W IS. Astlsimt Cashier; OEOROB
H. BONEBRAKE. B. F. PORTER, F. 0. HOWES, It. 11. HOWELL, P. M. OREBN, W. W.
GAKUXHR. U. F. BALI,. _
•THE NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFORNIA
* AT LOS ANGELES
Capital and Profits *_70,000.00
OFFICER" I' DIRECTORS
„ „ ~ 1 J. M. C. MARBLE, O. H. CHURCHILL,
J- "' C \,^, A „?. B , L ,?,Kir/ eS ' Cn i O. T. JOHNKON, JOHN WOI.FSKILU
O. 11. CHURCHILL } Ice-Pros dent mei.soN STORY. GEORGE IRVINE,
H M. LUIZ Vice-Presld, nt | N w STOWKLL, X, K. C. KLOKKE,
A. HADLEY Cashier w p. UE VAN. M. K. SIII UMAN,
JOSEPH D RADFORD Assistant Cathler I FKh ,]j 0 . JOHN9ON, TE. NEW LIN,
£. I. ROGERS Assistant Cashier | a, HADLEY -
OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Farmers' and flerchants' Bank of Los Angeles, Cal.
Capital Paid Up, $500,000. Surplus and Reserve, $820,000
I W. HELLMAN, President; H W. BELLMAN, Vice-President; 11. J. FLEISHMAN, Cashier;
O. HEIMANX. Assistant Cashier. Directors-W H. PERRY. O. W. CHILDS, J F. FRANCIS,
O. X. THOM, I. W. HELLMAN, JR., H. W. HELLMAN, A. GLASSEL, T. I. DUQUE, I. W.
HELLMAN.
Special Collection Department. Correspondence Invited. Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent.
UNION BANKOFSAVINGS
CAPITAL PAID IN 120,600
223 S. Spring Si.. LOS ANGEL'iS, CAL.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTOR?
M. 'i*7. Stimson Wm. Ferguson V. E. McVau
Prp.t. fire I'tevt Coiner
C. 0 Harrison S. H. Mott R. M. Baker
A. E. Pomeroy S. A. Butler
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS
MAIW STREET SAVINGS BANK
AND TRUST COMPAHT
Junction of Main, Spring nnd Templo sts.
(Temple Block), Lus Angeles.
Capllal paid up stoo.oo.
offh-ers and directors: T. t* t)uque. President!
I. N. Van Nuys, Vice President; J. V. \»»ichtet,
Casbitr; H. W. Hellman. Kaspare Cohn, H. W.
O'Melveny. J. B. Lankershlm. O. T. Johnson, At*
Haus, W. G Kerckholt.
Money loaned on real estate.
Vive per cent interest paid on term deposit*
G" i ERMA.V."AMKKICAN~BAVix«B BANK
t Cor. Main und First stti., I.os Angeles, Cal.
Paid up capital 1100,000 00
Surplus and undivided profits 37,4. Vi BS
Victor Ponet. President: L, VV. Bllnn, First Vice
President; c. X. Flint, Second Vice President: M,
N. Avery, Cashier; P. P. Bchumaker. Assistant
cashier." Directors — Dr. Joseph Kurts, 1.. W.
Blinn. Hugo gutter, C. X. Flint. 11. W. Htoll. M. X.
Avery, C. Brode, Victor Ponet, I. A. Lothian,
LniuniK'l Eyralld, Interest allowed on deposits.
Mouey loaned on ront estate.
•J OS AH (JfiLKS SA V iVa 3 B War*.
280 jr. Main st.
i E. Plater, Pres. IF w. Hellman, V. Pres.
W. M. Caswell, Cashier.
D rectors—l. W. Hellman, J. K. Plater. H. W.
Bellman. I. W. Hellman, jr., W. M. rjaswetl.
Interest paid on deposits. Money ta loau oa fless
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Capital stock HOO.OOO
Surplus and undivided profits over.. 230,009
,T. Jl. ELLIOTT. President.
W. O. KF.UCKHOFF, V. President.
HUSK A. GIBSON. Cashier.
0.13. SHAFFER, Ass't Castler.
DIRECTORS:
J. M. Elliott, J. D BlcltneU,
F. Q. Story, H. Jevne,
J.D.Hooker' \V. 0. Patterson,
Wm. a. Kerckhof!.
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United States Depository.
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Total .muajwo
GEORGE H. BONEBRAKE Presides.
WARREN OILLKLBK Vice President
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George Tr. Bonebrake. Warren aillelen. P. M.
Green, Charles A. Mrorriner, %V. C. Brown. A. W.
Francisco, E, I. Johnson, tf. T. Allen. Jr'.C. Howes,
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