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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 3 April 1889

S TELEGRAMS. A lK JOURNALIST ADD TO THE "LIWT." a New allroad Pro odshed Expeced in ns-The Copper Inqulry. 2prl 2.-The president . N. Huston of Indiana 7 the United States; Ellit N. Y., assistant treasur city; Win. F. Wharton, f istaot secretary of state; lissouri, assistant attor Richard Montgomery, S B. White of the United bureau of yards and cacancy; L. Bradford rie, governor of Mew leio Walker, Helena, secre nry of has.A. Scobey, Meon n, Fort Peck agency, the Coast. Articles have been e retary of state by the le lway, with a capital S is proposed to build , ph lines from Grand the Grand rivertoits river, through.Utah, nd Arizona; thence Coloradb river at a pties into the Gulf of ce to the cities of San So and Los Angeles. h all Colorado men. is at Denver with r New York. Spril 1.-When the t of the proclamation pep ry was received, the od showed their joy 10 manner, some even t At Guthrie, where ces has been located, rmed out of their dl woods and went up to arlrmation of the re ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 3 April 1889

GONE FOR "REDDY." SHERIFF DOWNING WILL BIRING HERE THE ALLEGED BURGLAR. Arrest of James C. Hunt for Alleged Complicity in the November Rob bery-His Friends Say that He Will be Viindceated. Great surprise was caused this after noon when City Marshal Sweeney and Deputy Sheriff Hamilton arrested James C. Hunt of First avenue South for the robbery of M. IIarris' store on the 26th of November last. The warrant upon which Ire was arrested was sworn to by 2M. Harris and is In effect as follows: Personally appeared before me this day [yer Blarris who unon information and belief saith that one James C. Hunt did on or about November 26, 1888, felenous ly and burglariously break into and en ter the store of B. Harris in the night time or, said day and being a building is which divers goods, merchandise and valuable things were kept for saleand deposited, with the latent the said goods and chattels telonously to steal and carry away, namely live pairs of socks, $1.50; one crip-sackt $6, one ove...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 April 1889

GREAT FAILLS TRIBUNE, SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. NUMBER 89 GREAT FALLA, MONTANA. SATURDAY. APRIL 6, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS (rLARIES. JAMES C. HUNT f'E DYAS. ry of the Two Rob bhran Causes Croy suffocation was the Tuesday afternoon the territory against i After some unex roceedings began. d at the.long green Swith John W. Stan n ographer. George or the prosecution. omas E. Brady were edefendant, who sat e east side of the Mr. Taylor said pect to submit testl nclusive as to the Sat, hbut he expected S e for committing S he grand jury. was City Marshal a at last November d by Mr. Harris to al ow, which had been that some clothing towed about. examiiatioo, asked his basis for as had taken place, t was. Sthat his store had ber 20, 1888. The timber grating at the had thus gained ac t window, on which ener. Mr. Harris at andi other thinge argli'r. He was pos tbeen sold by Mr. nicknamed "Hed" complection, then People from all ited theireyes on slight build, with a od dull eyes. He but weak voice...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 April 1889

.REAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUBLiSnHE DAULY AND BEM-WEEKLY 'THE TiBilNE PUBLISlilS COMPANY, (INnOORPORATED] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mlii subscriptions must be paid in advance. ne year by mail, 10.00 One yssr, by mail, $8.0 ,lx monsth, 6.00 Bix months" 1.0 Ina month 1.M0 Three months" 1.06 anewesk, ny carrier, 25 Single opy ... P I city subscyribes to Dailydelivsred by carrier Advertising rates furnished on appliation. The circulation of the Tribune in .,,rthery M iutena is guaranteed to exceedthat of ny pa Aer published in the territ ry iousorlers desiring their address chaneg imust send their former address; this should be remembered. Address: asrBUNE PUBLISIHING (OMPANS .rest Falls., Mutana. NO. 3225. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFIOERS: T. E. COLLINS, . • . President A, E. DICKERMANi, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPs, ... ... Cashier D. . TRACY, . . . As'et Cashier DIREOTORS: C. A. BlROADWATER, MARTIN AGINNIS, PARIS lBSON3 , IR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 April 1889

ENTS CLOSED. HE LONG TALKS. erves His Decison n in th Until This Evening ý tse Made by `case yesterday James C. hat he returned to Great at on October 25. Tom at the $15.95 which Or ialom was p1id in cash. the case was argued by the prosecution and by Brady for the defense. ed the discussion in a which he reviewed tihe point qf view. Id that the prosecution had oborate the testimony f ct ecomplice. The testi. no way substantiated far as James C. Hunt n the contrary it show d sworn falsely when hreatened to have re a for Cochran's testi m tirely the theory of for he asserted that he Harris' store on the ry. When asked If he person whom he saw Hunt. Mr. Kally's ful, but it was at best bearing on the case. briefly to the other esecution, contending f the corrobotary evi na law requires to . He cited the au. uoted by Mr. Taylor he application was en that assumed by the SSumming up, Mr. at the prosecution their case, as they order to warrant the the defendant for the ury. While he fav of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 April 1889

A SIGNAL VICTORY. CHICAGO GOES DEMOCRATIC AFTER A SPIRITED CONTEST. All the Demonratic CandiHates Elected by Large Pleralitlee --A General sweepl Made. CtIcao, April 3.-The municipal elec tion held yesterday in this city closed the hottest campaign seen here in a number of years, not excepting that of two years ago, when J. A. Roche was nom inated by the republicans and endorsed by the democrats as the candidato for mtayor to oppose Nelson tie candidate of the anarchists. The returns show that all the candidates on the city ticket are elected by pleralities nverag'og abhot 12,000. The north and west town tickets of the democrats have won. The demo crats secure everytlung. Ilemaocratic Gains. (CIaciNNA'rt. Ohio. April 3.--Yesterday the municipal elections in Ohio had many mixed results. The democrats elected a mayor in Akron and Spriugtleld and car ried the principal offices in Middletown. A TERRIBLIS .\ICC I)IINs . i Three Men Killed by a Collalisin Near ;i Helena. HIlh.ttNA, April ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 10 April 1889

G;REAT ALLS FRIBUNE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. 8, NUMBER 90 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 10, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS A llTTd ?T1 Iostonnmarket is out of Montana wonid a I CV cro annu .,ý r.. .. 1 .ý -_ . AROUSED. 8 MAIlKIG A SPIRIT S Piftted Against E1oh ey Vote Will by Sun. 4 IThe voting for alder her city officers is pro Se The democrats are land feel confident of icans majority consid Swin the day. The n as follows: For y ; police magistrate, (lty attorney, Frank iurer, Simon Jacobs; o ard, John Condon; a nessy; Third, Dan hn F: Cowan; Fifth, enry Mueller; Sev et is composed of dates: For mayor, police magistrate, rney, W. O. Speer; e eler; for aldermen, Driscoll; Second, hird, Enos Carmen; hburger; Fifth, R. H. MlIerris; Seventh, hleavy vote will be atic gains in Helena g effect on the un il 6.-J. M. Burns ved here today with t and will seed 200 ent is progressing B Sons of Burnham, bank here. Broad Co. have located a l nd of Bear Paw and 00 head of blooded Returned. 1,-The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 10 April 1889

JREAT FALLS TRIBUNE 0UBRL1U0A)IAAIY AND Bl WM·K10Lx 82 THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COPA1NY, IINOOBPOlATID] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subscriptions must be p~aid in advance. AII n, fSRI-.WERILY. 1oneyyla by $l, .0 0) One0 yea, by 1ail.6-0) sxmonths, 610 6 mnh Une montoh 54.00 Thre moths" 1.506 tieweek,)ycaryirier, Soinglooopy..... I II city eubeoribors to Dailydelivrered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on appiaoslion. ihe oiroulation of the Tribune in neorther M 'mane is guaranteed to exceed that of Ad pa per pblished in the teeltuoY 001oscrmers desiring theiolddress changed must send their forler address; this lh10ld he remembered. CYAI }Addeee 0110101 PUBLIeamNO COMPANt, NO. 3526. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFIOERS: T. E. COLLINs, . . . President A, E. DIOKERMAN, . Vice-President L. G1. PHELPS, . .. Cashier D. L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: c. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 10 April 1889

HE BATTLE. THE SPIRITED CON F YESTEIDAY. Well Contested Elee eelng on all sides l Comes Up y aily.] the city election was t y last evening. Crowds rt ward polling place erly the judges and ent on freely. One ta st $25 that Wegner n el The returns from the her in before theFirnst ad ted. These returns rea feat of Charles Weg a e needed a majority 2 the Fairfield vote in e t was evident that S a large vote, but his pected that the gains et 7:80 the coant was w moments later the on the streets with Sful rg that Dr.-Fairfield Ad ol o t ity in a total of 512 nong Dr. Fairfield's Sed around him and joy. They gave his and then went to rink. While there As came in and sur vrs who were still phi tor's actual majority. Ald to center on the an the evening eor elect Fairfield a ren He came forth _ds for their support, d uld do his utmost to ro of the city. After |• the band and the o, where they drank success to the new ahad ended with the oanegner men read yi doctor on his good rtoso persuaded...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 10 April 1889

SPRAY OF THE FALLS. PFrom Saturday's Deily.] Colonel lBroadwater arrived from Ilele un this afternoonl The Great Falls I(. A. R. has chosen comrades Dean and Coombs as delegates to the Helena encampment. Comrades Marston and Taylor are alternates. C. H. Toliver of Ashland, Wisconsin, purchased today through Hanks & Atkin son sevren lots in Highland Park addition and will at once build a $1,000 house. A quartz lode mining claim called "Judge" has been entered at the county clerk's oflice by dames and William Judge, Michael Dwyer and Carson MIc Clubbin. The place is not stated. Religious servicesat the iMethodistEpis copld church at 11 it. m. and 7:30 p. nm. Sunday school at 2:30 p. mn. and young people's meeting alt 0:80 ip . m.all are in vited. Rev. F. A. IRiggau will elofllciate. The election for school trustee is going oi today. The candidaltes are S. S. Ilaw kits, Fnik 'W. Webster. One is to be elee ied. 'lThe judges are Dr. Ladd II. P. (rll'e, Clnrles Wegner and Ernest A. Ii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 13 April 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. 3. N, MBER 91 (GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY. APRIL 13, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS BEEF. IoGS fVEs A PEAO ON E SUBJET. i th nspectlon Bills to reseA Beef Sbr it. .tt of the TRIn irview today with o is now in the city nization of the Mon ompany. nion of the meat in g passed in the east?" Sill soon die out," said arise from afewlocal nstance in Minnesota. up from the South St. company and the St. vision company, and lantary reasons, they sm in real estate and y mind the bill is un coonstitution of the that congress shall between states, and citizens .if all states Sequal privileges and ese bills would abso etition." this have upon the Ompany?" as far as local trade ie shall start with a by the time we are eastern states will ese bills, and by en ts we will be able to .se many eastern peo to handle M[ontana into the enterprise, influenced by these i system of trans fby refrigerator cars !s years. .The lrst founder of Ham ewhile after a com Dennis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 13 April 1889

23REAT FALLS TRIBUNE PBBIUYDIn DAILY ND SdlAI-wYE1.AN TEE TRIBINE PDBLIBHIi CONMPANY. f[INoRPORAsDD ] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail ebeodptions must be paid in advanoe. UAIL.T BEys.wEXLY. Oneear bymail, $10i00 ne r magl $8.O Sm moDnthsI 5 SA Tmonlths 1.51 Oinemonth' 1.00 Threemonths" I.6 net week, Ny crrier, 2 Single copy...... 5 Anll oit subsribere to DailydeliHered by carrier Advertlesing rates frnished on appliation... The Nircnlatian of the Tribune in L+rthorn Mlntana is gueranteed dt exeedathat Nof Iy pa er pblishAe in ithete tDaNlTn eDatosNoesr desiring their address changed .emembered. AddresDs: TNeDe PBNISHTINN iONMPANY, Grest FallsM ontana. NO. 3I25. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFIOERS: T. E. COLLIN5, . . . President A; E. DIOKERBMA, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, ... . Cashier D. L. TAUav, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: O. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J. T. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 13 April 1889

S REnIUCED. STONES WILL BE EMPTY NEW CLIP COMES. ntion n PrOl.e--Large De. 1 In eel Sales at astoen in hIst gan te' ofr hYear. 12.-A recent wool circu ks of all kinds are very and that all the wool on ded before the new clip o s are about 1y cents ols are higher at the les for the first three f 8,500,000 pounds less tu first qparter of 1888. P:wder Used. S .-Yesterday morning an the town and sent peo pteta expecting to see a S. Some miscreants had wder under the north scoll's saloon and ex a whole building. tal Fall. Yester lay morning, bile recovering from o at the Washington his neck. He was bf good family. He bellion as captain of regiment; came to M engaged in mercan noltds City. He was er Lodge county and m 1869 to 1878. His ecommon one-liquor. Republic took charge - Explosion. o, April 12.-While Pmae a 4,000-pound the fou.ary of Will exploded, hurling the ry directionii. Fore rned that he cannot ployees were severe not regarded as dan ey Freak. 12.-An alarm of lire 'clock last...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 13 April 1889

PLAYING MONTE. A SUIT BROU.GIlT UNODEIn TBIHS NEW (IAAMBLING LAW. Mr. J. W. MoKnight Shows That He is Not Repolnsible-Colonel Ton Horn Aoumes Fuoll Liability. J. W. McKnight, post trader at Fort Shaw, was arraigned today for allowing the game of monte to be played in the amusement room atthe post. He was for mally arraigned and the hearing was postponed. MIr. M.cKnight says that at Fort Shaw as m most military posts there is an amusement room where soldiers are at liberty to play cards. Such rooms are provided by the post and are entirely un der the control of the commandant. They are intended to keep soldiers from going outside the limits of the post to engage in gambling. Mr. McKnight derives no benefit from such gambling and does not control or direct it. The soldiers have as much freedom as if they were in their own private houses. The room is not a gambling house any more than a private residence where people amuse themselves with card playing is a gambling saloon. There is no ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 17 April 1889

GREAT FALLS TRRIBUNE, SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. NUMBER 92 GREAT FALLSB, MONTANA., WEDNESDAY. APRIL 17; 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENITS TERESTED. Y, GOIOAT AND OTH SEE THE CITY, the Signs of progress hold-r. Samalley thern Pacific to tis City. Magazine car arrived day. On board.are ey, the distinguished itor of the Northwest S, Groat, general emi the Northern Pacific rsoll, the well known her, and Mr. Agnew siness staff. the party have been all that concerns this Mr. Paris Gibson yes ith him today to the ow falls, where they rial progress of that S deur of the scenery. o visited this region o, when there was no f this city was much rast which the whole j He has been here first visit and on each steady adivancement. with much interest f the smelter, which finest plants in the et as he was going a train arrived with worth probably $28, roof of the growing lter was observed tion by himself and noted our massive considered them re .a town. with satisfaction of which the northwest nung, ambitious far...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 17 April 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE UODLI5HU5 DAILY AND BEMSI. L.L THE TRIBUIBE PUBLIBRIBW COMPAY., [INOONPO'ATSD. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. il all subscriptions must be paid in advance. UAIL. es.I-WSELY.. 5)5ne5ye by mail, 10.00 O yea by mil, $. d month, . lAO Blih1e months" 1.5 (n weeloh ,yoerroer, Singlo opy...... Alloity enbsciberd to Dailydelivered by carrier Advertising rates fnraishahod on applioation. 'the scnalation of the Tribune in c,,rthern Mmutana is guaranteed t,' esoeedthat ot suy pa per pyublishd in the terrltuoO anoortoers desiring their address chanaged mast send their former address; this shuld lie remembered. Address: T s 8NS PUBLIsUING COMPANY, Great Falls. Stuntana. NO. ax2a. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Cavital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: T. E. COLLINS, . . . President A, E. DICrERMAN, . Vice-President L. G. P LPs, . . .. Cashier D. L. TRACoY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MOAGINNIS, PABIS GIBBON, IRA MYERSB, OBERT V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 17 April 1889

HOOD COMIN0. PREPARATORY STAGE CHED THERETO. te eespeoet the Apportion eby Governor Lelle ine Ordered to be d ext Month. 11 16.-Appended is part Governor White's procla. g that elections be held for e constitutional conven congress of the United by an act entitled: "An for the division of Dakota and to enable the people South Dakota, Montana to form constitutions ments and to be admitted -on an equal footing with [sand to make donations such states." approv A. D. 1889 provides ngs as follows: That the all that part of the United stituting the territories of na and Washington, as at e, may become the states South. Dakota, Montana respectively, as herein that all persons who are laws of said territories to tatives to the legislative erehy authorized to vote legates to form conven sed states. The quell ates to such conventions y the laws of said terri persons are required igible to the legislative . The aforesaid dale pportioned within the sed states in such dis tablished asherein pro ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 17 April 1889

A MINING DEAL. THE "MONARCH" AT NEIHABT SOLD FOR $16,000. The Monarol Mining Coumpany Organ ized-Extension Developmet to be Done by n New Company --ooa Property. The TRIBUNE is enabled to give today the full details of one of the most Impor tant mining deals that has taken place at Neihart for some time. A few months ago F L. Sweet, Francis S. Eaton and W. J. Clark bonded the Monarch mine at Neihart f6r $16,000, and yesterday at noon they were to meet the owners at White Sulphur Springs and pay the cash, provided they concluded to take the mine. After makinga thorough examin. ation, takingassays, etc., this conclusion was quickly arrived at and yesterday, in accordance with the bond, Mr. Eaton met the owners at the Springs and paid over the stipulated sum. William Muller, the Neihart merchant, Larry Nelhart, Dun can McDonald and Duhcan McChownn, well known miners, were the owners, and although they consider tile property worth much more than they received, they were willing to sell ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 20 April 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. E 8, NUMBER 93 " GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY. APRIL 20, 1889.] PRICE, FIVE CENTS ORA CRAZE. KANSAS, FILLED WITH BOOMERS. et Increasing -- A Great i Made on Mon the Promisedl land. , April 18.-In this city gins and ends with Oklaho one topic of every tongue of every enterprise. The rade is holding off its reg :supply one source of de sufcient for the current in hardware, implements erchandise stores. In the yards, crowded on the er moving orders, are ains, freighted with the essitles of the coming are are houses in sections, and entered for habi minutes after their ar. lpri 17.-The postoflice ig every necessary ar the new settlers in the homa postal facilities. aster General Clarkson three months from the ere will be at least 100 .lces in Oklahoma. In will be more than 100, Oklahoma within six that in his opinion it dmsesion into the union a state. ssS WAGONS. nsas, April 18.-The ment is at its height almost impossible to reets as the crow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 20 April 1889

TREAT FALLS TRIBUNE :'UBLISBBeD DAIL AND SEMI-WER LY THE TRIBUNE PFUBLBIIHB COMPANY. [INOORBPtASOTE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subscriptions must be paid in advanoe. DAILY 0 SEMI-WZKLY. Iasyar byal,1. One year, by mail $108 ine month i.oo / .ne week, or carrier, 23 Single copy ...... S11i cit subsc ibers to Dailyoelivered bY carrier Advertisig rato furnished on application Ihs ,ciruation of the Tribune in nothern hi ·ntnal is guaranteed to exceed that of r.eY pa tser published in the teri.u.ry od a ,nsoroers desiring their address o an e must send their former address; this should be ,emembered. Address: TARsUNE PUBISHING COMPASN, 'Arsat rallsr, Mntana. NO. 3525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,o0o,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS': T. E. COLLINS, President A, E. DICKERMAN, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, ..... Cashier D. L. TRACY, . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERSB, DBERT VAUGHN, H. 0. COWEN, J. T...

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