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112 Texas Street
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HALF PRICE SALE
This sale gives you n opportunity to pos
sess the very latest, nobbiest and most
attractive headgear that has-been shown
this season at just half price.
Thioos In the
If you once try the milk sold by the
El Paso Dairy you -will use no other
kind. It's pure and fresh.
El Paso dairy milk is known to be
absolutely the best in the southwest.
Costs no more than the ordinary kind.
Insist upon having El Paso dairy
milk. The pure fresh and sanitary
kind. Both phones and city office.
The season Is nere when you must
have pure milk. That is the only kind
the El Paso Dairy Co., sells. Both
"When yqugo to" the Jackson Sanitary
Grocery for your vegetables you are
certain to get fresh and choice stock
because this store receives fresh ship
"Wood's ice cream has no equal,
phone. N. Oregon St.
Refrigerators, all sizes, all prices at
real bargains if you go to Springer's.
ADVOCATES USE OF
bans: money orders
Travelers' Checks Save Time
and Money to Travelers
"Bank money orders," or travelers'
checks, were advocated for general use,
by Fred I. Kent, vice president of the
Bankers' Trust company, of New Tork,
before the Texas convention of bankers
"Wednesday. In part, he caid:
The term 'money order' being popu
Jar and seemingly more understandable'
to the masses than the word 'draft,' it
lias been used more s?r less by bankers
and is apparently wKn us to stay. It
is not surprising that bankers, hotel
keepers, shop keepers and others should
feel Inclined to welcome such a sys
tem as the American Bankers' associa
tion travelers' check. It means a sav
ing to them of both time and monay,
time, because they can easily become
"We figure out the hat proposition
about this way
Ttiis 6tore "5kts" an- increasingly
large number of men each season
The man who came last season
comes TRgain and brings his friends
And that's all because the hat he
Bxraght was the right hat.
"We put a lot of emphasis on the
fact that the hat carrying with it the
Bryan quality and style guarantee
must be the satisfactory hat we
know it because we make it so.
Lots of stores will exchange a hat
for your money, and let you walk
away with headgear that's enough to
ruin your reputation. .
Xot so here!
Suppose you begin right now wear- I
ing the right 3nd of hat. "We have a
superior line of
Hats at HALF Price
You'll never appreciate ice cream un
til you try some of the Smith Ice
Cream Co.'s kind. Both phones. Free
The perfect butter, fresh and sweet,
is the Sedgwick creamery butter and
the Jackson Sanitary Grocery is the
exclusive agent for El Paso.
The Smith Ice Cream Co. furnishes
ice cream and ices for receptions. Free
deliveries. Both phones. Demand it.
All flavors of Ice cream are now to
be had at th Smith Ice Cream Co. It
stood the highest test. Both phones. !
Smith's See cream is strictly pure and
at the same time good. Demand it.
Both phones. Free deliveries.
"When it comes to fine candles there
Is none better than that home made
candy at "Wood's confectionery.
Don't fail to see the new summer fur
niture at Springer's. Real good values,
familiar with one form issued by thou
sands of banks, and money, because its
general use "will serve to prevent losses
made through the encashment of mis
"Every one who is in any line of busi
ness with tourists is apt to be offered
bogus checks of various kinds, and such
checks are being cashed almost daily.
This means loss to those catering to
tourists, and in order to insure them
selves, honest travelers are charged a
little more for service than would other
wise be necessary. Our old system ot
miscellaneous checks, therefore, makes
more exnensivp to nrotot th tmir-
1st and more expensive to travel.
Almost Impossible of Forging:.
"Also, think of the time saved. There
would be no looking through files for
various forms of comparison with speci
mens and no hesitancy and doubt as to
the advisability of honoring some un
known form or check of an unknown
concern. The only point to be estab
lished before cashing the check is the
identity of the holder. This can be done
with the greatest certainty but ft must
be done with care. No travelers' check
should be honored unless it la counter
signed in the presence of the payer, or
if already signed, the holder should
write his name on a separate piece of
paper, to be compared with the signa
ture on the check. It is a hard matter
to successfully copy a signature, and
not one man In a million can do it In the
presence of a second person.
"We can unquestionably say, there
fore, that if association checks were
used by all tourists and only such
checks were accepted from them, Lt
wouid mean a vast saving of time and
money to all who travel and to all who
are called upon to accept checks from
those who travel."
Four New Maxwell Cars
Will Be Here Soon
The car where quality, durability, style and sim
plicity are combined and is within reach of all.
This shipment consists of "Model E touring car;
Ifodel Gr detachable tonneau touring "car and two
model AA the popular "Little Eed Maxwell." It
will pay all who are considering the purchase of an
aatomobile to call and see these cars.
Edition De Luxe ladies' ear is now on display. This
electric .car is acknowledged by automobile enthus
iasts, including the ladies, to be the electric perfect.
Ask an owner.
Christy Automobile Co.
615 1ST. Campbell St.
M. B. Christy, Mgr. Both Phones.
Hat Shop Millinery
For All Occasions
Hats of Distinction
The air of elegance, of absolute cor
rectness and quality are noteworthy
features of the Hat Shop MiMmery.
Here are the season's veiy best fash
HAS FOCKETFULL OF BOGUS
CHECKS POLICE TRUST HI 31.
H. Su7iivan Says the Bankers Are
Easy Prey for Pen Artists Has
' Many Evidences.
Hist! Sheh! Tush! Pisht!
See that man over there? Speak soft
ly. "Well, he has a pocketful of bum
Grab him! Search him! Turn him
over to (the purrrlice! A daring crimi
nal, no doubt, come to rob the poor
unsuspecting bankers of their hard
But hold! See there is a tag on his
coat. What does it say? , "O. H. Sulli
van, Protectograph." Oh, that's all right.
He should carry the bum checks. That's
Mr. Sullivan is not a robber. Quite
the contrary. He is a scientist. It Is
his business to tell bankers how to
know a bad check when they meet one.
And that is not easy. The visitor rep
resents a company which furnishes a
system to detect a bad check and drafts.
It is preventive, not detective.
Look at some of Mr. Sullivan's bad
checks. .He has one raised from to
40 without any erasing. ft is very
simple- The '"one" is. written over and
made Into "forty"- without missing a
stroke. He also has one showing a
change from $1 to 50. That is simple;
also another where the forger had al
tered the little perforations' from 10 to
$40. That is difficult. It is done with
colodium, 'you can see the glace on the
back of the check. This one was done
by erasing with acid, of course.
"Paper raising is on the Increase,
statistics will prove it," declares the
bad check expert. "It is a very simple
thing to do. There are all sorts of
ways to do it, and all sorts of men are
THE MEN WHO HAVE HEADED
THE 'BANKERS ASSOCIATION
The Officers Who Have Served for the
Past Year at the Head of the Or- .
ganization of Texas Financiers.
Following are the retiring officers of
the Texas Bankers' association the
men who have served during the past
O. E. Dunlap, Waxahachie, president.
J. T. Scott, Houston Dist. No. 1, vice
J. K. Woods, Laredo. Dlst. No. 2, vice
F. H. Welch, Dlst. No. 3, vice presi
dent. L. C. Wells, Corsicana, Dlst. No. 4,
vice president- v
J. A Pondrom7 Texarkana, Dist- No.
5, vice president.
W. T. Smith Blanket, Dlst. No. 6,
A D. McLaughlin, Hamlin, Dlst. No. 7,
vice president. , ,
J. W. Hoopes, Austin, Secretary.
DeWitt C. Dunn, Houston, assistant
Thos. W. Slack, Fort Worth, treas
urer. Legislative committee G. L. Black
ford, Denison, chairman;' John Sealy,
Galveston; Nathan Adams, Dallas; N. s
Graham, San Antonio; F. M. Law, Beau
mont. Information and Statistics Oscar
GREAT FUN ST TH
Everybody Had a Good Time
and Almost Everybody
Talked .Everybody Ate
and Almost Everybody
"For it's always finer weather,
When good fellows set together,
With a stein on the table,
And a good song ringing clear."
That was the song the bankers sang
Tuesday night. And it was fair weath-
er at the Fraternal hall, when 500 good
fellows got together with the steins on
the table and the good song ringing
For three hours- the bankers romped
and sang and yelled to their hearts'
content at the one Informal feature of
bankers' week, where everyone was
privileged to take off his coat and have
a good time.
The smoker opened with a Spanish
dinner, served at tables scattered over
the big ball room floor of the Fraternal
Brotherhood hall, and it looked like
a night in Bohemia to see the bankers
and business men, with the officers of
the 23rd infantry dressed in spotless
white, sitting around the tables, eat
ing, drinking and singing with the
abandon rwhich coms with a week
away from business cares and worries.
After the dinner the bankers gathered
around the platform where the prom
inent bankers of the state and the vls
itfeg bankers from the east and mid
dle west had been seated and for twa
hours listened to a rapid fire bombard
ment of fun from the entertainers
among the bankers. John L- Dyer was
the toastmaster. He Introduced each
of the talkers with a little speech tell
ing of his past performance and pedi
gree and had the crowd whooping
things up by the time the first one had
siarceo. 10 sye..
The hit Of the smoker was a popu-
larity contest between Jones, of New
TnrV nnrt Smith, of ChicaKO. Owen
White, of the local entertainment com
mittee, read letters from both of these
representatives of two famous and dis-
tingulshed families, telling ot tnetr &i jraso oy ay ui uvu my swiea m
abilities as speakers and how good ; one wet one, the wet one being made o
they were in entertaining Crowds. "Sta- ' by the high waters of the Mississippi
tistlcal" Jones was Introduced first- In and not by any lack of prohibition. He
reality he is W. O. Jones, of the Na- then told stories on judge Dunlap ,him
tional Park bank of New Tork, but he self and the other bankers, and closed
was Introduced as "Statistical" Jones, ! by telling the crowd how glad he was
the man who was fed on facts ana fat- to meet them. The letter read to the
tened on figures. Jones is a fat, jolly bankers, supposedly Cfrom Joseph T.
-mMr-rt-inV -tr-ne. of a man. and he had Talbert was in verse and told of his
the crowd all voting for the. Jones end
of the contest as soon as he got . Deiore ue arrived in iaiinaT.i.an at -:
Jonci vs. Smith. Concha's orchestra played during the
He said he had heard so much about serving of the dinner and a male quar
Jones and Smith that he was in a tet under the leadership of Parvln
"Brown" studv to know what to say. TVltte' sang a .number of selections, iu
Right there he had to stop speaking to eluding "The Stein S,ong," with all of
allow the crowd to have Its laugh out. the bankers joining in on the chorus.
He continued by saying that he had Mr. TVitte also fiang a tenor solo, which
more towns named after him than was. encored repeatedly by the crowd.
Wells, Houston, chairman: "V7. H. Fuqua,
Amarillo; Chas. S. Miller, BallinErer:
George Webb, San Angelo; E. Key,
Constitution and By-"Laws. G. A.
Levi, Victoria, chairman; Wm. R. Ham
by. Austin: J. T. Scott, Houston; A. M.
Graves, Clarksvllle; W. M. Williams,
Hillsboro. . .
Officers' Reports L. I Shield. Santa
Anna, chairman; T. B. Benson, Bartlett;
W. F. McCaleb, San Antonio; T. TJ. Cole,
Sherman; M. G. Olsen, Aquilla.
Resolutions P. A. Murray, Wharton,
chairman; B. D. Harris, Houston; How
ell E. Smith, McKinney; P. L- Downs,
Temple; R. G. Miller, Falfurias.
Finance and Auditing R. P- Wofford,
Dallas, chairman; Whit George, Italy;
J. F. Williams, EL Paso; Ben O. Smith,
Ft. Worth; Sam W. Brown, Georgetown.
No, i p. B.'Doty, Beaumont, chair
man: D. W. Cooley, Houston, secretary.
No. 2 Jos. Hirsch, Corpus Christi,
chairman; Franz Groos, San Antonio,
No. 3 Francis H. Welch, Taylor,
chairman; Sam'l Brown, Georgetown,
No 4 p. E. McLarty. Waco, chair
man;!. G. Olsen, Aquilla, secretary.
Xo 5 H. W. Williams, Greenville,
chairman; W. D. Sanders. DeKalb, sec
retary. ' , . .
No. 6 R. A. Hall, San Angelo, chair
man; Ned Holman, qomanche; secre-
vn 7 N. Harding. Ft. Worth, chair
man: J. P. Owens, Weatherford, secre-0
TEXAS MONEY SHOULD STAY
IN TEXAS ASK "THEM" WHk.
"Tlie-r Sav" ftint New York and Baltl
"' more Companies Milk (Texas of a
Half Million Dollars Yearly.
"Keep the money in Texas," is the war
cry of the Southwestern Surety Insur
ance company representatives. There
are five of them in attendance at the
convention, and the way they boost the
virgin Texas company is a caution.
There is J. L. White, company vice
President and cashier of .the Collin
County National bank of McKlnnej . W.
O Van Wyck, an assistant secretary.
G L. Blackford, company treasurer and
president of the State bank at Dfnison;
genial T. F. Rogers of Collinsville, and
E C. Bates, the agent for sale of stock
who hails from the head offices a.
The new company already has work
ing permission in Texas, Oklahoma,
Louisiana and New Mexico and tin.
visitors declare that within a fev
months 10 states in all will bej fc prey -The
new surety company has been roll
ing less than a year. The Promoters
say that last year a cool half million
from Texas went to New York and Bal
"Why not keep it in Texas?' they
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. THE TEXAS RANKERS.
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From Texas Banker.
Secretary J. W. Hoopes has been as
enterprising as ever in giving wide
publicity to the forthcoming annual
convention at El Paso, and in working
up a large attendance. First, the phe
nomenally low transportation rates de
bar none on the score of expense. The
unique frog novelty sent out broadcast
was a surprising way of reminding
members to "jump out to El Paso" for
May 10, 11 and 12. Then, too, he sup
plied membership banks with cards to
send out in their daily mail, announcing
the dates of the convention, with "best
program ever presented; low railroad
rates; excursion to Mexico City; and
make your arrangemenis to be there."
The El Paso convention will combine
a goodly-' amount of business and lo
cal entertainment. Only, the mornings
of the first two days wil be devoted to
business sessions and addresses. The
E SMOKER Fill
HS;. LOIS OF STORIES
Smith, but that he drew the line at j
'"Last week a man told me he had
found another town named after me. I
asked him if it was Jonesville or Jones
boro. He said that it was Bald Knob."
As Mr. Jones has a few more hairs than
Park Pitman, the joke caught on and
it was smooth sailing- after that for the
representative of the Jones family.
George Smith, of Chicago was next
introduced. In his letter to W. L. Too
ley, chairman of the entertainment com
mittee, read by Owen "White, Smith said
lie did not want any brass band or
school children to meet him at the train,
but that he would never let a man
et the best -of a man
named Smith, and he would consent to
speak Jf the atmospheric conditions
The smoker committee saw to it that
these conditions were perfect and Smith"
had the same crowd whooping It up
for the Smiths before he had finished
speaking. He told as many stories as
Jones and got as many laughs from
the bankers. The Smith-Jones contest
was declared a draw and the two men
retired with honors even.
The Hebrew Banker.
J. Hirsch, of Corpus Christ!, intro
duced himself tp the bankers as the
only Hebrew Wanker among all the
bankers present, paid a tribute to his
nation and told stories about them un
til It was "Go on, HIrsch" from all parts
of the house. Mr. Hirsch has the stage
presence of a paid entertainer and he
told stories so fast that the crowd
begged him to stop so they could get
I.ettera and More Speeches.
More letters were offered in evidence
against Mr. Hirsch. H. R. Eldridge, J.
W. Hoopes. Joseph T. Talbert and
ludere O. E. Dunlan. Each of these men
responded after their letters were reao.
Secretary Hoopes was forced ito tell
how it happened that he brought his
wife to the convention and was given
a vote sympathy in the form of a
resolution. The secretary said he wa3
the, personal representative of governor i
1 Z.-ZZ-W .- r-r,(. . i- -x ui i
j Lampueil in .Cii jraau uus ntxn. iu. mci.
he was running things in El Paso and j
"the ring" had better listen to him.
Fred E. Farnsworth, general secre
tary of the Bankers association, ,of New
j To'fk. told of his troubles in reaching-
wanderings around the banking world ;
afternoons and evenings of bothr days
will be given to relaxation and socia
bility; while the third day will be occu
pied in seeing the industrial enter
prises of El Paso, aind the National
sport of the people on the Mexican side
of the Rio Grande river. The bankers
and entertainment committee of the
El Paso banking institutions have made
every preparation to insure this twenty-sixth
annual convention being one
to be remembered with delight.
It too ;commonly occurs that some of
the most important resolutions to be
acted on, including the election of offi
cers, come at the closing hour of our
state conventions, when a majority of
the delegates have slipped away from
the meeting for pleasure or personal
business. It is earnestly desired that
the El Paso convention may be an ex
ception in this regard. The comnjittee
have reduced the business sessions to
only the morning hours of the first two
days, and have left the third day wholly
for relaxation; so that it shou'd not be
considered a hardship for members to
stay with the business sessions of the
convention until everything on the pro
gram is disposed of, and also welcome
and encourage the incoming officers
when they are installed.
WENT TO ARIZONA FOR HIS
HEALTH; NOW OWNS A RANCIL J
A. E. Plumer. president of the South
ern Arizona Bank and Trust company,
of Tucson, came out west for his health
10 or 15 years ago. He came from
New York city, where he represented
a big packing concern. After living
like an Indian for a' while", Mr. Plumer
invested what little money he had in
Tucson real estate and now he is presi
dent of the second largest bank In the
Arizona city. He has only been at it
seven years, too.
ADDICTED TO THE "CURSE."
J. G. Spangler divides his interests
between his family, his automobile and
his bank. He is cashier of the Mesa,
Arizona, City bank, and with John Ellis,
of Douglas, represents the Arizona
BISBEE CITIZENS PLAN
TO SECURE RAINMAKER.
Comet Parties Now the Rage in Mining
Town Three Runaway Accidents In
One Day General News Notes.
Bisbee, Ariz., May 11. Plans are be
ing made to invite rainmaker Hatfield,
of California, to come and try his
method of bringing down some good
showers. Hatfield is said to be anx
ious to visit this section and has slated
that should he be unable to make good
he shall receive no pay.
S. Ratterre, shift boss at the Oliver
mine, was thrown to thegrourid and
Injured while his horse, which ran
away, demolished his rig.
Breaking loose from the rear of a
wagon where it had been attached, a
saddle horse belonging to E. B. Mason
& Co., of this city, started from tho
Copper Queen plaza at a' rapid speed,
crossed Johnson addition and LoweK
and was captured in the neighborhood
of Warren, after running five miles.
A buggy driven by A. E. Ludley, a
blacksmith, was upset and the driver
was slightly injured.
The Cochise County Medical associ
ation met at the Copper Queen dis
pensary and discussed the threatened
typhoid fever epidemic. The cases re
ported are of the most virulent na
ture, a number of Tombstone canyon
residents suffering most.
v The board of trade has arrangements
for the observance of Decoration day.
Comet parties are all the rage here.
It has now become fashionable for
select parties to gather almost every
night to see the eumet at Its best,
incidentally enjoying a good time.
Owing to the continuous drouth
most of the ranchers have sent their
cattle to New Mexico, Utah or Ca'i
fornia. Heavy shipments have been
Eyster's C. (X O. Grocery
Beli Phones 823, 844. Auto Phone 1691
The lowest prices, the best goods, and having added
another wagon, we hope to have the best service.
All Vegetables and Berries Fresh
f Every Morning.
Fresh Strawberries, every Qg
morning, 3 boxes for J
Fresh Strawberries, (per tf- 1 P
crate, 15 boxes) V'-'
Fresh 'valley Asparagus
4 bunches for
Fine new Potatoes,"
6 lbs. for
Xew Summer Squash,
2 lbs. for
Calif. Head Lettuce
(large size) 2 for
Green or Wax Beans,
3 lbs. for
Fresh Tomatoes (best of
the season) per lb
Pie Plant (large size)
fresh daily, 3 lbs. for ......
Xew Valley Turnips, Beets.
tard Greens, all 3 bunches
New Valley Peas,
per lb ,
Best Head Bice,
3 lbs. for
Pearl Meal, white or yellow, ty g
7 lbs. for AOC
Best quality Tea, any kind,
per lb .
Strawberries for preserving all next , d1 1 gj
week, per crate .?-
Phone us your Orders early and you will get them
Eyster's C. 0.E. Grocery
Two Sell phones, 823,
made to Kansas City for slaughter.
During last month many head died of
starvation and thirst.
Thursday is payday at the Copper
irloi, man'S envelope and for
Queen. Two dollars win De .euiuivu
.iw. ,-- , ".
warded to the county treasurer
As the result of a dream forecasting
serious Injury to his right limn, A. C.
Zeigler, a miner, has decided to leave
Bisbee and the mines forever and be
gin farming. .
Tpjil Masons are planning to -inter-
tain their brothers from Douglas Sat-j
Word has been received that B. Fran
covich, formerly a business man of
-Bisbee, died in Austria. He leaves in
this city his sister, Mrs. J. B. Angius.
J. McGregor, who has arrived in bis
bee from Bakersville, Calif., whese he
is lnteresiea in. several on jjiuusnrjiw,
i Lilies llia.1. V. J. J-' i mw civi -- '
Speers, of Bisbee, are meeting with
great success in the oil business there.
Mrs. J. H. Grayson has left for S'
Louls to be present at the we-Iding of
her niece. Miss Pinkerton.
Mr. and Mrs.' E. Hughes wiK leave
In a few days for Fort Worth, Texas,
to visit relatives.
Mrs. J. H. De Woody has left for
Kansas City, where she will visit rel
atives. H Cohn, of El Paso, is visiting rela
THIS PLAN THE BEST AND
ONLY PERMANENT SOLUTION
"Your conuslttee has to the best of Its
ability welshed with care all the ad
vantages and dlsadvntages of aiunicipal
ovrncrslitp nnd of the plan proposed for
acquiring the existing waterworks. Y'onr
committea his decided that this ar
rangement new proposed is the best all
around permanent solution that cam be
devised "Prom the report of the sec
ond water committee, James R. Harper,
WILL TAKE PLACE THIS EVENING
AT THE SHELDON AT 5
EVERY BA! IN CITY
The special adding contest for a purse
of $25 in gold offered by the Bur
roughs Adding Machine Co., is attract
ing much attention, every bank in El
Paso will have representatives com
peting and the world's record. If not
broken, will be considerably shaken.
This contest will take place today at
5 oclock in the Sheldon hotel, there
will be three lists of i00 checks each,
the person making the most correct list
in the shortest time will be awarded ?25
The following are the contestants
from each bank and if there are any
other persons in the city who wish to
make a try they are welcome.
First National Bank.
C. J. Deane.
G. T. Moore.
State National Bank.
D L. Hill.
C. L. Wolfe.
Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co.
J. M. Proctor.
H. T. Henry.
T. E- Thornton.
American National Bank.
T. J. Stafford.
W. IT. Carre.
City National Bank.
"V. B. Andreas.
G. C. Wines.
Guaranty Trust & Banking Co.
R. N. Schwab e.
National Bank of Commerce.
El Paso Bank and Trust Co.
F. M. Lynch.
Each of the above have been practic
ing very industriously for this con
test and some fast adding will be the
Fancy fat Norway Mackerel,
Old Potatoes (extra good)
15 lbs. for
Old Dry Onions (extra
good) 6 lbs. for
Strictly, fresh Butter,
35c or 3 lbs. for
Strictly fresh Kansas Egg3, J
per doz. 4&OC
Mountain Park Eggs, (never Afl
4 davs old -ner doz. ""v
4 lbs. best Bulk Starch
6 bars Crystal White Soap,
8 bars Diamond C. Soap,
3 boxes Old xutch Cleanser i
Brass Wash Board, regular
40c quality, for
Pipe or Green Olives,
Full cream Cheese,
2 pkgs for
3 pkgs. for
.844; Auto phone 1691.
THE TIME IS RIPE FOR.
"The result of municipal waerskip ef
waterworks throughout the cohhttj- hag
been satisfactory. Private owaenkla
- . water, caa omly be regarded jr
i a tMnanntrr prssiliiaiii- t.
m 1 f.u.o. l kSC -CiUTiV
stages or a city's growth. Municipal
ovraershlp at this time without acquir
ing; the present plaat la Impractical aad
Inadvisable. It vrenld heavily Bargea
the city with deat aaa weald, be ei
tremely costly to instal." From the re
port ef the second water committee,
James S. Harper chalrsaaa.- -
4 Read Hoyt Furniture Co.'s advertise-
i ment on society page, this issue.
VOTE FOR MUNICIPAL WATER
WORKS AND LEAVE CITY FREE
"By aeqalriag the presest piaat T
the proposed plan we can werk est ear
own system a a bread policy that will
coacera itself solely with the pahlic
benefit. If la ratare the city desires te
pat la a dapllcate plant that will fp--itlsh
water from the river valley ei
fire parposes, sencr flushiag, street
sprlnkliag, etc., while coaservlajc the
mesa supply for domestic parposes, the
j city ca do this work mere cheaply aad
more satisfactorily thaa coald a pri
vate company." From the report of the
secoad water committee, James R, Har
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will brace up the nerves, ban
ish sick headache, prevent despondency
and invigorate the whole system. Sold,
by all dealers.
Talley Cards and Score
Gold Edges, Large In
dexes, Ideal for Bridge
For Fine Correspondence
or for General Business