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EL PASO HERALD
Jday, February 19, 1915
REFUGES WE NISK
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American Aid Has Won the
Hearts of Servians, Says
Administrator.
Nish, Servia, Feb. 1. -Nlsb, normally
a. town of some 20,008, has been trans
forms by the war into a city of more
than 100,000 souls. The stranger with
in the city Rates wonders where all
tlin people seen on the streets sleep at
nitrnt The small public park, as well as
the two principal shopping: streets, are
i rowded during the daylight hours
s" Broadway and Fifth avenue on a
l-it" afternoon. The problem of caring
fm the thousands who fled here from
iRrnde and the northern communities
"f the country when war was declared
h.ii boon a difficult one.
.Trery house with vacant rooms was
"ommandpered b the government, but
e. n this action failed to provjde shel
t i for hundreds of fugitives from the
la.ttlp districts. In the dilemma in
whi-h the Servian people found them
ei l .! the American Bed Cross mission
nip as a veritable God-send. Kvery
nhrre are ewdences of good work dome
M merican citizens and grateful ap
pro lation on the part of the Servian
people This appreciation was offi
iialH expressed by 1C. Milosh Petronie
titih, one of the administrators of the
diplomatic press bnreau, who speaks
Ensrlish perfectly.
our constitution," said M. Petronie
rllih, "and all of our institutions are
feill.v modeled from those of the United
Mates of America, and some day we
hope to he really an American state
here at the end of Europe and the be
xinnlne of Asia. That, as well as the
f i miiathv and aid for our wounded sent
Us b the American Red Cross during
nit three of our recent wars, accounts
for the very warm welcome we shall
alas give to any American who cares
to come out and study us at closer
range
Tl BKEV HAKBfe lAMKNDS
FOR INSULT TO C.RUKK
London, Kna.. Feb. It, Turkey has
Yielded to the demands for satisfaction
m tde by Greece because of the insult
offered an attache of the Greek lega
tion at Constantinople.
The director general of police or
fonstantinople, it is officially an
. ou need, has visited the Greek legation
in that city and in the presence of all
lhe members of the staff he formally
pressed his regret at the insult of
lercd the Greek naval attache.
lour neighbor known that clean coal
and full weights mean fuel economy. Do
ou" It. C. Semple, successor South
western Fuel Co., phone 5S1. Adv.
MAZURIAN LAKES REGION
IS RUINED, SAYS KAISER
Berlin, Germany, Feb. 19. "My joy
(in. the latest German victory In east
Prussia) was tempered by the sight of
that once so flourishing country which
for lonir weeks has been in the hands
j of an enemy without human feelings,"
1 states' emperor William of the Ma
surian lakes region in a telegram to
imperial chancelor von Bethmann
Hollweg. "The enemy has in senseless fury
destroyed during his flight almost the
last house. Our beautiful Mazurlan
country Is a wilderness. What cannot
be replaced has been lost, but I know
myself to he one with every German
when I solemnly promise that everything-
within human power shall be
done to create a, new fresh life from
the ruins."
Kmperor William emphasizes how,
under the emperor's own eyes, the
bodies of new troops behaved as admir
ably as the old eastern troops. Neither
the fierce cold, the deep snow, the bot
tomless roads nor the tenacity of the
enemy were able to check their vic
torious course, the emperor says. He
reports that the German losses for
tunately were small.
TAYLOR CAN'T STAY IN U. S.
OR ENGLAND; IS ALLEGED SPY
Boston, Mass, Feb. 19. Frederick A.
Taylor, a man seemingly without -a
country, may have to spend consider
able of his life on board the steamer
Pretorian. lie is unwelcome In the
United States and England, and prob
ably in the countries allied with Eng
land, while it seems impossible, from
the Pretorian's sailings, for him to
reach any other country.
Taylor, who has been held at the
immigration station since he was de
ported from England as an alien spy
about four months ago, and who claims
to be an American citizen, born in San
Francisco, was deported Thursday for
England and will be guarded by the ,
amp s ouicers unui me .angusa auiuur
itles act further in his case. .
Plana nf TCnvlisli fortlfieu tlnna TCerp
I found on Taylor when he was arrested
J at a race track near London In October.
He was charged with being a spy, but
explained his possession of the plans
by saying that they were given to him
by an unknown man who rushed up to
him and asked him to hold them for
a few minutes.
His assertion that he was an Amer
ican led to his deportation to this
country.
ENGLISH RESEN
GERMAN REPLY
A RAW, SORE THROAT
Eases Quickly When You
Apply a Little Musteole.
nd MUSTEROL.E won't blister like
ihe old-fashioned mustard-plaster. Just
spread it on with your fingers. It pen
etrates to the sore spot with a gentle
tingle, loosens the congestion and
diaivs out all soreness and pain.
MTSTEROTJE is a clean, white oint
ment made with oil of mustard. There's
noth'ng like it for quick relief for
S..ie Throat. Bronchitis, Tonsilitis,
"'roup. Stiff Neck. Asthma. Neuralgia.
Headache. Congestion. Pleurisy, Rheu
matism. Ldimbago, Pains and Aches of
the Back or Joints, Sprains, Sore
Muscles. Bruises. Chilblains. Frosted
Feet. Colds on the Cheat (it often pre
ents Pneumonia.). Nftthing like MU8
TFROLE for croupy children.
t our druggist's, in 25c and 50c
i.i -s, and a special large hospital size
for J2.D0.
Be iure you get the genuine MUS
T1'R(H,K. Refuse imitations get what
i ou ask for. The Musterole Company,
Cleveland, Ohio.
Advertisement
NEUTRALS NOW LOOKING
TOWARD U. S. FOR REPLY
Amsterdam, Holland, Feb. 9. "If
Germany had only to do with the United
States," says the Amsterdam Telegraaf.
"this answer (of Germany to the United
States) perhaps would have been drawn
up In somewhat kindlier terms. It is.
however, a question of intimidating at
the same time a number of small neigh
boring countries, where every con
cession is regarded as a sign of weak
ness. "As usual, the German diplomat Is
hiding behind the rattling sword of the
militarist. The eyes of alL neutral
states in western Europe are now fixed
on Washington and 'their owners are
awaiting the next move of president
Wilson."
AUSTRIANS BOMBARD BELGRADE;
SERBS RETALIATE AT SEMLIN
Belgrade, Servia. Feb. 19. A monitor
and the Semlin batteries participated
Thursday in an Austrian bombardment
of Belgrade, the heaviest undertaken
by the Austrians since their evacuation
of the city. Several houses were
wrecked and many persons were killed
or injured.
The Servians retaliated by bombard
ing Semlin, doing much .damage and
forcing the monitor to retire. Sir
Thomas Lipton of Engla.id and prince
Paul of Servia witnessed the bombard
ment from the royal palace.
RUSSIA PLACES ORDER
FOR 300 MOTOR TRUCKS
Harrisuurg, Pa., Feb. 19. The Rus
sian government Thursday placed an
order wtih a local firm for the delivery
of 300 armored motor trucks at a cost
of about $100,000. Two hundred and
flftv men will be engaged to aid the
present force at the company's plant.
The cars will have 120 horsepower.
Consider Teutonic Note to
U. S. a Demand to Join
Germany's Side.
London, Eng., Feb. 19. English news
papers resent Germany's claim, in Its
reply to the United States note, that
the United States government should
not permit American arms and ammu
nition to reach the allies.
They . especially resent Germany's
claim that the United States govern
ment should" not permit American arms
and ammunition to reach the allies.
They contend in answer to Germany's
suggestion that American warships con
voy American food ships to Germany,
that such convoys would not safeguard
the vessels from striking mines.
The Morning Post in an editorial
says these are somewhat indigestible
propositions to set before a pioud and
great nation.
The Daily Chroniole, asserting that
no country in the past 40 yeJirs has
indulged in supplying arms to belliger
ents more than Germany herself and
instancing as cases in point tne kusso
Japanese and Balkan wars, savs:
Tuke Sides A HU Gcrmnuy.
"Indeed, the substance of the Ger
man note Is a pretty open demand that
America shall take sides witn Ger
many. Such a demand, accompanied as
it is ny tnreats, nas seldom II ever be
fore been publicly served by one great
power on another."
"We may safely guess," says the
Daily News, "that America will see in
the strance diDlomatlc effort of the
German note no reason for changing
us opinion mat tne uestruotion or
American ships or passengers will be
an outrage involving the greatest peril
to peaceful relations between America
and Germany. If Germany is prepared
tbrun the risk that is her coneern."
Germany Shown Poor Diplomacy.
The Times says:
"The German reDlv will h.-irdlv heln
to restore the sadly damaged reputa
tion of Teutonic diplomacy. Germany
tells president Wilson and the American
people that she will pay no attention
to their remonstrances. We cannot re
member anything quite like it in the
history of recent diplomacy."
EMBARGO "A11MS fl ()UI,1)
III! U.V.VEUTHAI,, SAIS WILSON'
Washington, D. C, Feb. 19. Presi
dent Wilson told a delegation of wom
en who brought a petition signed by
28,000 persons asking an embargo on
exports of war materials Wednesday,
that such an embargo, in his opinion,
would be an unneutral act
Sec Ardoln'n Heat Ad., page S. Adv.
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HUD
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SM TE
If Mixed with Sulphur It
Darkens so Naturally
Nobody caii Tell.
The old-time mixture of Sage Tea
and Sulphur for darkening gra,
streaked and faded hair is grand
mother's treatment, and folks are again
using It to keep their hair a good,
even color, which Is quite sensible, as
we are living in an age when a youth
ful .appearance is of the' greatest ad
Vantage. Nowadays, though, we don't have the
troublesome task of gathering the sage
and the raussy mixing at home. All
drug stores sell the ready-to-use prod
uct called "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compound" for about 50 cents a bot
tle. It is very popular because no
btdy can discover it has been applied.
Simply moisten your comb or a soft
biush with it and draw this through
your hair, taking one small strand at a
time: by morning the gray hair dis
appears, but what delights the ladies
w.th Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur is that,
besides beautifully darkening the hair
after a few applications. It also pro
duces that soft lustre and appearance
of abundance which is so attractive;
besides, prevents dandruff. Itching
scalp and falling hair. Advertisement.
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EDISON'S MASTERPIECE
In 1S7S Mr. Edison inented and patented the first Disc phonograph. Tins
information may come as a surprise to many, for not .until now has the great
waster permitted & disc phonograph to be offered to the public in liU name.
The new Editon phonograph, therefore, represents the culmination of thirty
five years of - endeavor to perfectly reproduce sound and to eliminate the
objectionable features of other machines.
j
SOME POINTS OF SUPERIORITY t.
Not found in any other machine
-
Not long ago a certain musician of note, after examining and listening
te the new Edison phonograph, exclaimed: "You do not know'what-you ha.c.
XoU call it the greatest .phonograph in the world. Yes, it is that- but it is
nitre ; H is the greatest musical instrument in the world. It means mo-re to
jamie than anything that has ever happened before." Here are some of the
adnwtsges that caused the musician to make that remark:
Edison Diamond Point Reproducers
.Supplant the 'steel or fiber needles of other make machines. The Teproducer
point,, being a genuine diamond, highly polished to a perfect surface, neither
,waw the record nr is worn itself. The playing of an Edison record requires
so changing of needles, and the record itself remains unimpaired, however often
It is played. All scratchy noises, so common to talking machines, are eliminated.
Edison Indestructible Records
Are ikd of a material new in chemistry and of so great hardness as to
yertnit the reproduction of the myriad of faint overtones which nlone gite
(polity to murie. A tea-inch Edison Record will play five minutes, which is
i viibli awBi iwuive-mcn records ot other makes.
It nutters not hew often you use the new Edison i
oagraved thereon can never be effaced nor distorted.
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records, the sound waves
Demonstrations Daily 9 to 6
EI PASO PH0N0GSAPH COMPANY
TWO-0-TWO TEXAS STREET
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AT THE "POPULAR
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TRIMMED HATS $0 QC
"POPULAR SPECIAL" P ?
Xew arrivals in the chic close fitting
turbans, sailors, tricornes and other
new shapes, in a broad choice of the
new trimmings and colorings and
styles entirely "different" new.
The New Spring Skirts
Exceptional Values
Saturday we offer an excellent selection of the newest
Spring Skirt Styles at very small price,
NEW SKIRTS AT $4.95-
Unprecedented offering of handsome
new skirts fashioned of pure wool nia-
NEW, SKIRTS AT $3.45.
A broad choosing of excellently made
skirts of the newer styles, belted,
pocketed, flaring, full models in dark
or light wool materials. Large or
small sizos.
Saturday
Jewelry Novelties
50c
As a Saturday special offering,
we will place on sale this special
purchase of jewelry novelties-
presenting- remarkable
values at
Included arc:
Eose bead necklets, German silver
oval shaped "Pay-as-You-Entor" 2
coin compartment purses with long
chain, relied gold shirt waist sets,
hat pins and earrings An excel
lent gathering of entirely new
styles and designs including the ,
popular black ring pearl earrings.
Most remarkable values Ef
Special UVC
Xcw French combs, in shell and
demi blond effects, with rhinc
stone settings Entirely Cfi-,
new shapes, each OvIC
EXTRA SPECIAL!
Women's German Silver Finish
Vanity and Coin Purses OP
Extra Special, each. ... &3C
Misses' German Silver Finish Coin
Purses Extra Special,
each
10c
Let Us Show. Ypu
, I he New
Blouse Styles
There's a choice of more than 50
models in these immense selec
tions and the strongest feature
is the military and convertible
collars. Crepe de chine, chiffon,
transparent lace and wash silks
a wonderful assortment of snappy,
dressy styles that portray the
newest style ideas
$1.95, $2.95, $4j95
Cleanup of Children 's Sweaters
Odds and Ends, Broken Lines of stjles and colore, sizes for girls up
to 14 years and talues that were formerly up A4
to $3.00, Choice at pl.Ul
Lingerie and Straw Hats, Special $1
A.fale tomorrow' wake and, colored hats, some trimmed with ribbon
caooebons, cockades and streamers, suitable for girls up (hi ff
to 6 years Extra Special, Choice P A vU
And a wonderful gathering of new styles 50c to $4.50
WOMEN'S BOOT SILK rtQ
and SILK LISLE HOSE 3C
Black, white or tan, a very special
Saturday offering. These are
fashioned in deep double garter
top and fully reinforced heels and
toes.
FIBRE SILK BOOT AND e
BTJRSON LISLE HOSE 1S?C
BMR white and colors, excellent,
serviceable, hose of splendid ap
pearance All sizes, fully rein
forced and an extra special value.
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WOMEN'S FINE RIBBED UNION
SUITS SATURDAY
Broken lines, odds and ends of lightweight union that regularly sold
at $1.00 and ?1.25, choice of several styles A special Saturday offering
75c
The Men ys Section
Saturday Special
AFTER SUPPER SPECIAL
On Sale from 6 to 9 p. m.
CHOICE OF OUR 25c ONYX SILK
LISLE HOSE With double re
inforced heel and toe, double sole.
Guaranteed to give satisfactory
wear, in black or colors Satur
day Night, Extra 1Q.
Special XU
Not o er 6 pair to a customer
MEN'S MEDIUM WEIGHT COT
TON RIBBED UNION SUITS
All sizes, Saturday 7C
Special... '....y iJC
MEN'S WORK SHIRTS In light
colors and stripes, Satur- OQ
day special, each OIC
YOU ARE INVITED
To stop in and sec the new styles
in shirts, hats and neckwear. The
spring season has begun at the
"Popular."
Spring Time in the
BOYS' NORFOLK SUITS $5.00
Unusual values, have stitched
belts and pleats, two pairs of full
lined knickerbockers, with buttons
at the knee, materials are neat
checks and mixtures in greys, tans
and browns, sizes G to 17 JC
years Special value pd
OLIVER TWIST SUITS $1.00
Oliver Twist and Middy Blouse
suite in the newest patterns for
spring, absolutely fast color wash
fabrics, sizes 2 to 9
years, Sat. special..
Other Grades $1.50 to $9.50
NEW SPRING HEADWEAR 50c
All the newest styles, including
round and square top "Bali Itah's".
Oliver Twist "Rah Bali's,'' Dia
mond Balmacaau, Irish Balma
caan, Hi-Hi Crushers and others,
in all the new colors and combina
1 tions, in wool and washable lab
rics, silks and silk and wool. ,
.bully 200 styles to choose (J f
from, 'Popular Special"' Ov'
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CHILDREN'S WASH
DRESSES Broken lines,
odds and ends, regular
95c lines, Base- on
Ui7b
ment Special
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Boys' Department
NAVY SERGE SUITS $5.95
Norfolk styles for boys 5 to 17
years, pleated and belted models,
all -wool, with full lined knickers,
Extra Special 4C QC
values pOc0
SHEPHERD CHECK NORFOLKS
$6.95 For boys 5 to 17 years,
have lined knicker trousers fci
black and white effects, all wool
materials, excellently tailored, new
models, a special Sat- !? Qg
tirday value, at tpOocd
BOYS' BANDED GOLF CAPS 25c
Alade with leather sweat bands,
full shapes, navy, grey or brown
mixtures,
OLIVER TWIST ROMPERS 50c
Newest styles, also open leg
rompers, with long sleeves, in the
favored shades and colors. Some
haTe eombination waist, and pants
etfkt; styes 2 to 6 years.
ADVANCE STYLES In Boy's
Wool and Wash Suite, Blouses
and hats are ready for you here.
Ask to see the new
"Chin Chin" Pumps, the
latest in women's street
footwear, $4.00 and $5.00
New Millinery For Saturday Selling
Tomorrow will Avitness millinery selling without equal Seldom comes to
womankind such buying opportunity as this, and we would, suggest that those
who purchase early' secure best .selections.
$3.95
TRIMMED HATS
"POPULAR SPECIAL"
New arrivals in hand made tailored
and trimmed hats in a. wonderful se
lection of both small and large shapes,
smart, dressy, fashionabV: select one
of these wonderful values.
terials in cheeks, novelties or solid
colors tbe latest styles of the season
Besides the Above, Many Splendid Values Axe Offered at Various Prices
Ranging from $6.50 upward.
WOMEN'S VANITY- COIN PURSES Entirely new styles, in gunmetal,
mottled, bright and chased designs. Extra Special KflV
JSr
New Dresses for tKe Children
---And Spring
Of course you are preparing for a new wardrobe for the ehildren
and what better time than now to select it? The new styles reveal a
charming simplicity, yet not too severe. Childish fashions in many
instances are replicas of those used for milady's frocks the high
waist line, the flaring skirt and the many military touches these
combine to make this spring's models quite the prettiest we have eVer
seen. Materials are imported ginghams and madras fabrics', linens and
linenes, crepes and cballies. The color combinations and contrasts
present a splendid choice of the most favored shades. The prree
range is broad
95c, $1.45, $1.95, $2.45, $2.95 and up.
These arc shown in sizes for children up to 16 years.
Children's Coats, 2 to 6 Years
FOR SATURDAY'S SELLING NobbyT Smart little coats for children
of tender years, in a wonderful selection of the newer styles for spring,
prettily trimmed, and quite exceptional - EjO JjQ.KA
values, choice of these .JpJLaOvF to JS53"
COATS FOR CHILDREN 6 TO 14 YEARS Dressy, smartly fashioned
checked coats, serge and gabardine coats, in the favored spring shades
and staple colors, trimmings of dainty embroidered organdie or lace
with satin and fancy buttons. $l QC (&1 H KA
Choice of these ipf&.ijD to tplUiDU
Special Offerings of Hosiery and Undergarments
After Supper
Sale
6 to 8:30 p. m. Only.
TOOTH BRUSHES Assorted suses
that regularly sell at 26c to 35c,
After Supper Sale, IP
each J.QC
I Limit, 2 Brushes
PURE MBRCOLIZED WAX
Regularly sold at 85e, CQ
After Supper Sale Zi
Limit, 2 Boxes
LAMBERT'S LISTERINB Re
gular 50o size, After CJQ
Supper Sale 0JC
Limit, 1 Bottle
All Day Spec'ls
"EVENING JASMINE" FACE
POWDER The regular 50c size,
All Day Saturday, OC.
Box JJC
DAGGETT &, RAMSDELL'S COLD
CREAM The regular 50c size,
A1J Day Saturday, C
DANDERINE HAIR TONIC The
regular 50c size, All day QC.
Saturday JQl
RUBIFOAM FOR THE TEETH
The regular 26e size, All -1 J
Day Saturday, Bottle.. XJ
4711 WHITE ROSE LIQUID
SOAP Regularly 16c straight,
Saturday All Day, 25 C
LAZELL'S " MASSATTA. AND
VIOLET TALC. POWDER 25c
size, Saturday All Day, Ifi
Bottle XiJ t
ASSORTED BULK PERFUMES
Regularly 60c and 75c, OQ
Saturday all day. ounce tZJ
VANTTNE'S TOILET WATERS
ABsWfeu odors, S1.00 size JQ
Saturday nil day, bottle 7C
XXTRA
Parisian Ivory Hair Brushes,
Hand Minors awi Trays, values
up to ?8.w, i en
Saturday pitJV
Cleanup of Neckwear
Saturday we will place on sale x
large gathering of neckwear in.
various styles, including collars of
lace and organdie, novelties in
bows, in colors or white you will
be surprised at' the values this
offerings presents Saturday f
AH Dav Choice OC
New Spring Neckwear
Assortments are complete. Dur
ing the past few days new ship
ments have arrived, embracing,
the newest fashion features for
the spring season; clever military
effects, convertible collars or ves
tees and guimpes, Nordica and
Chin Chin collars, panel, turnover,
rollover and flat collars of unique
deahrn, in sheer embroidered or
gandie, Mti, laces and raaliaes.
Prices are unusually small ,
25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 to $Z50
Special Glove Offering
NATURAL CHAMOISETTE
GLOVES In 16 button lengths
washaMe, all sizes, Satur- Q J?
day Special, pah- OOC
NATURAL AND WHITE CHAM
OISETTE GLOVES In 2 clasp
length, all sizes, Sat- 1Q
urday. pair A?C
12 OR 16 BUTTON WHITE KID
GLOVES In a fullN range of
sizes, Saturday, J - Ajf
Special, Pair P 1 .fO
Ribbons, Handkerchiefs
5 YARD BOLTS CORSET COVER
RIBBON In white, He or pink,
Saturday Special, f
Bolt., .; IUC
New Spring Ribbons
Recent additions to El Paso's
largest ribbon stocks bring to you
the most wanted styles and
widths suitable for every purpose
at very reasonable prices. The
new "silent" colors and neutral
shades form a chanaisg assort
ment, while many new stripes
and checks are shown in the
novelties, in both black and white
awLJn color combinations 25c to
$1.00 YARD.
LAUNDERED AND UNLATJND
ERSD HANDKERCHIEFS Em
broidered, or initialed, Saturday
Extra Special QQ
Dozen.- OtC
PURE LINEN INITIALED HAND
KERCHIEFS Or embroidered de
signs, unlaundered, Saturday
Extra Special " f
Each IUC
$1.00 NOVELTY VEILS 50c
Novelty mesh veils in black, white
or in combinations of both, 1-4
inch binding of black
velvet ribbon, Saturday,
50c
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lived next door.
WE PAY i percent. Interest compounded Twice Every Tear.
We do business ur.Jer the Dep sitors Guaranty Law or the State
ol Texas and are a Guaranty Fu'id Bank as provided by such Law.
Our plan. In addition to bong convenient. Is safe, profitable
and liberal. Nobody has ever lost a dollar in a Slato bank in Texas.
Write today for our freo looklet "BANKING BY MAIL" or
simply mall your deposit.
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Tel! These People What You Want
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Herald Wasif Ads Bring Hsniifs
STATE NATIONAL BANK
Ejlnbllnhed April. 1SS1. Cnpitnl, Surplus and ProfUm SSeO.OM.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
C. R. MOREHEAD, President.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres.
L. ,T. (MLCHRiST. A?t. Owliior.
C. N. BASSETT, Vice President
GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
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