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THE FARMERS ALLIANCE, LINCOLN, NEK. THURSDAY, AUGUST G. 89L
Ornci a kb Hkadqcabtkks 1
PEOPLE'S lKDrE3fI)K15T Partt, s
State Ex Committee. 1
Liscour, Seb.. July 29, 1S1.
Tt the mmbtrt of the People Independent
party of Xtbraska.
You are earnestly requested to hold
open primaries in tie several counties
far the selection of delegates to the state,
county and judicial conyentions. It is
charged by the oM party papers that
the fiance. Grange, K. of L. and
other industrial orders are political
-, bodies. Keep your erdersas educational
v-j not as political. Transact all your po
tt litisal business through the channels of
Jl the independent party.
r Great care should be nsed in making
" tests of membership in the party.' As
I far as the independent party of Nebras
I ka is concerned, it stands . upon the
J platform adopted by the state conven-
I tion last fall; and io test of membership
, j can be properly applied requiring sup
I port of a platform subsequently adopt-
f ed. All who endorse the platform of
last fall should be considered independ
, enta. Bet no tests shonld be applied
1' unless absolutely necessary.
1 GEO. W. BLAKE,
Chm. State Com. '
: C. H. HRTLE, Sec. State Com.
State papers-please copy.
From the National Committee of the
Independent Party for Nebraska.
Lincoln, Neb., July 18, 1891.
To all the friends of good government, and
toe lovers of true republicanism and de-
, mocracy, the Xational Costmittee of
the People's Independent parti of the
State of Nebraska send greeting:
We ask you to elect or designate at
your coming County Conventions three
energetic, true men to act in conjunc
tion with us in thoroughly organizing
the state for the fall campaign, and the
campaign of 1893, and report the same
at the State Convention to be held at
Hastings, August 18, 1891.
Jl H. Edmiston, Chm'n.
W. H. Dech, Sec'y.
Wm. Dysart, Tress.
Call for Peoples' Independent Judicial
Convention for the Fust Judicial
Whereas, There having been no
regularly constituted authority to call
a people's independent judicial conven
tion for the first judicial district; ami.
Whereas, The call for the judicial
convention in that district has been
made without consultation with com
mittees or persons authorized to act in
such capacity; and,
Whereas, The date for said pro
posed judicial convention has been
fixed at a date so early, and occurring in
the midst of harvest, that it will prob
ably be impossible to make it a repre
sentative convention; and so great
dissatisfaction having been mani
fested at the hasty action taken;
Thereforethe Independent State Com
mittee by its Chairman and Secretary
hereby directs that said Judicial conven
tion for the First district be postponed
from the 25th day of July until Tuesday
the 25th day cf August; that it be held
at Beatrice, and that the county conven
tions of the counties of the First district
select delegates to said convention.
The ratio will be the same as for the
people's independent state convention,
which gives the counties the following
numoer oi delegates:
The same rules as to proxies applied
to the state convention will apply to
this judicial convention.
GEO. W. BLAKE,
Ch'n Ind. State Com.
CHAS. H. PIRTLE,
Sec'y Ind. State Com,
Call far judicial Convention in
The People's independent party of the
v Tenth judicial district of Nebraska will
meet in convention at Minden, Kearney
v .1 county, Neb., on Wednesday, Aug. 26,
f 1891, at 10 a. m., for the purpose of
placing in nomination one (1) judge for
said district, and to transact such other
business as may properly come before
The basis of representation will be
the same as the state convention, to
wit: One delegate for every one hun
dred votes cast for John H. Powers for
governor, or major fraction thereof.
The several counties in the district
will be entitled to the following repre
sentation: Counties. Delegates.
Adams , 15
It is recommended by the committee
that no proxies be allowed, and that the
r delegates present be allowed to cast the
' full vote of the county.
.T V Wfu.v.
H. B. McGaw,
A. J. Shafer,
H. L. Hopkins,
independent paper in the' district
People's Independent Judicial Convention
The Judicial convention for the 11th
Judicial District of Nebraska is called
to meet at Burwell, Neb., on Friday
August 28, 1891, at 9 o'clock p. m., for
the purpose of placing in nomination
two candidates for judges of the 11th
Judicial District, and the election of a
central committee. The ratio of repre
sentation is fixed as follows: - One dele
gate for each one hundred votes or ma-
Jur fraction thereof cast for John H.
'owers for governor, and one delegate
at large from each county, provided
that each county shall have at feast two
dolegates. Tne several counties are
entitled to representation as iouows
Boone 12 Howard 10
Blaine 3 Hall 13
Garfield 3 Loup 3
Grant 2 Thomas 2
Greeley 8 Valley 9
Hooker 2 Wheeler 8
F. M. Sillik, Chairman.
Wiix S. Leonard. Secretary.
J. H. McMurtry, real estate and
loans, abstract and notary. McMurtry
block, Adjoining Alliance headquarters
corner Eleventh and M stroeU.
SOME HUMOROUS SIFIIXGS.
SOME SP1TV HEADING FOR OLD
"Who Was De Odder Cemmin"--He
Cot the Seat A Study in Calm
ness Down the Tree Cut- .
ting Things DownHe -
Was a Brute.
"Who Was Do Odder Gemman?
The sleeping-car porter faithfully
gathers his "50 cents all around," but
as faithfully carries out his order
when the money is in sight. The Hart
ford Post tells how some man found
it out by bitter experience: "
'"The president of one ofourlarjre in
surance companies just returned from
a Western trip relates the following
good story. On the train going from
Chicago' to Dubuque, Iowa, was a pas
senger in one of the 6leeping-cars who
had been drinking heavily, but realized
the fact that he was intoxicated. As
he was aboutto retire without disrob
ing he called a porter to him and,
handing out a dollar, requested to be
waked up at Rockford, 111., and, said
he: 'Be sure and put me off, whether I
go or not. I know I'm pretty full, and
when I'm in this condition I'm likely
to fight, but don't mind that, put me
off and it will be all right.'
"The colored porter promised to do
so, and the man was soon asleep in
"Early next morning as the train
Was nearing Dubuque, and the pas
sengers were hurriedly dressing, the
colored porter was attending to his
duties with his head bandaged, one
eye closed and his face showing hard
"Just then the Rockford passenger
crawled out of his berth, looked out
to get his bearings and then went for
the porter: 'Look here, you what
does this mean? Didn't I tell you to
put me off at Rockford, you ?'
"The darky looked at him a mo
ment and said: "Is you de geminan
what wanted be put off? '
" 'Yes, I'm the one, you ,and
I gave you a dollar to see to it!'
" 'Well, if you's de gemman what
give me dat dollar, what I waiiter to
know is dis-yer, who was de gemman
datl put off at Rockford?' "
Cutting Things Down.
"Maria," said Mr. Jones, upon one
of his worrying days, "it seems to me
you might be more economical. Now,
there's my old clothes, why can't you
cut them down for the children?"
"Because they are worn out when
you are done with them," answered
Mrs. Jones. "It's no use making over
things for the children", that won't
hold together, smart as you are."
"Well, I wouldn't have cupboards
full of things mildewing for want of
wear if I was a woman, that's all,"
grumbled Jones. "A penny saved is
a penny earned."
That was in March. One warm day
in June' Mr. Jones went peering about
the cupboards looking for sonWhing
he couldn't find, and turning fjings
generally inside out.
"Maria, where is my light dust
coat?" he bellowed.
"Cut it down for Johnny."
"Ahem! Well, where's thebrownone
I bought last summer?"
"Clothes-bag! "mumbled Mrs. Jones,
who seemed to have a difficulty in her
speech at that moment, "Just made
it into a nice one."
"Where are my shepherd's plaid
trousers?" screamed Mr. Jones. ' ,
"Cut them down for Willie."
"Heavens!" groaned her husband;
then a voice of thunder, "where have
my blue and white braces got to?"
"Made a beautiful cricket belt for
Harry," said Mrs. Jones.
"Maria," asked the astonished man,
in a subdued voice, "would you mind
telling nie what you have done with
my silk hat you have not cut that
down for the baby, have you?"
"Oh, no, my dear," answered his
wife, cheerfully, "I've used it for a
hanging basket. It is full of nice
plants and looks lovely."
Mr. Jones never mentions economy
or suggests cutting things down he
has had enough of it quite cured, in
He Cot The Seat
A nice young man got into a street
car a few evenings ago, and saw to his
delight the only vacant seat was by
the side of ayoung lady acquaintance.
He made for that seat with joyous
strides, and her eyes answered his
with delighted looks. But just as he
got there an elderly party walked up
and dropped into the, coveted seat.
The young man approached more
slowly and accosted the young lady.
"How is your brother?" he asked;
"is ke able to get out?"
"Oh, yes!" she answered.
"Will he be very badly marked?" he
continued, and the bid gentleman grew
"Oh, no!" she said,, "with the ex
ception of a few marks on his fore
head." "Were you not afraid of taking it?"
the young man coutinued, while the
old gentleman broke out in a cold
"Not at all," she replied; "I had
been vaccinated, you know."
The seat was vacated instantly,
the two innocent young hearts beat
as half a dozen, and the prattle of
"nice talk" strewed that part of the
car, while an old gentleman scowled
upon them trom the distant corner.
A Study In Calmness.
Doctor's son (rushing into
ather's study): "Papa! oh,
Doctor Ponderous: "My son, how
often have I told you not to disturb
me when 1 am reading or writing?
Wait till I have finished what will be
a really helpful, practical article for
the 'People's Physician' on "The
Neccessity of Promptness in Emer
gencies, and I will attend to you. Sit
down, my son, and learn calmness of
your father. Sit down sir! (Half an
hour later.) Now, my son, I shall be
happy to attend to your communica
tion." Son (with great calmness): "I mere
ly wished to remark, father, that th
baby was choking, that mamma had
gone out, and that nurse 'was so
frightened she only stood and stared
and never offered to touch her."
Down the Tree.
There were eicht or ten of us on the
platform of a railroad station in Ten
nessee waiting for the train, and by
and by some one called attention to a
woman seated on a barrel and smok
ing a pipe with great vigor.
"What big feet," said one.
"How stupid she looks!" added a
"Bet a dollar 6he doesn't know A
from Z!" put in a third.
Half a dozen people had had their
say, when a "native," who had been
whittling away at a shingle and sit-'
ting with his feet dangling off the plat
form, turned about and called to tho
"Mary, is the shot-gun in the cart?"
. -Yep." -
" You'nn tote it along yere!"
"Got to shute some of these 'uns fur
talking' 'bout you! Drnp some extra
buchshot in the bar'ls!" j
Mary didn't go, however! Six
apologies wererendered in six seconds,
and the husband accepted .each and
every one and said: - '
"You'un needn't tote that ar' gun
over yere! These 'uns hev cum down
Giving Him a Lesson.
B , who has been con fined to his bed
for a couple of months, is walking out
for the first time, leaning on the arm of
his friend, to whom he relates the par
ticulars of his "little affair."
"During the heat of the discussion,
M--gave me a 6lap in the face. An
amicable arrangement was out of the
question, and 1 sent him a couple of j
witnesses to demand satisfaction."
"Well, I suppose you got it?" j
"Yes, we fought it out; I fell wound
ed, and this is the first time I have '
put my foot out of doors since the
"But what do I see? Is not that
"Yes, that is M who has passed
us; didn't you notice howhecurled his
lip? 'Pon my honor I shall have to
give him another lesson!" Petit
How to Stop an Express.
Suburban Resident "See here, sir!
You told me that that country place
I bought of you was only thirty-five
minutes from the city."
City Agent "Yes, sir, "thirty-five
minutes by express. You remember,
when we went out to look at it, the
time-was thirty-five minutes exactly."
"But, confound it, sir, the express
trains don't stop there, not one of
them, and the accommodation takes
about an hour and a half!"
"You and I went by express, and it
stopped for us, you know."
"Yes, I know; but it hasn't stopped
"It will stop if you hire a mail at
your station to buy a through ticket
for somewhere. That's the way I did
the day we went out." Good News.
He Was a Brute.
He was up stairs rummaging around
looking for a clean shirt when he
heard his wife scream.
"Come down stairs quick," she yell
ed. "Well, wait till I get a shirt" he yell
ed back. "I can't find one high or low.
Where in thunder are they?"
"Oh. .lohn; John," she wailed, "let
the shirt bo and come down here
quick, the baby's swallowed a collar
"Confound that baby" he growled,
throwing a coat around his shoulders.
"I wonder if the shirt's gone with the
The babv was all rmht when he cot
down stairs nnd his wife .nearly had a
tit when he asked lier if the shirt hacj
gone with the collar button.
Low Comedy Merchandise.
A theatrical manager, who had just
arranged his spring tour, and confid
ed the details thereof to his company
as a mighty secret, said in the green1
room, at night, "Which of you boys
was it that told Bilkins a rival ca
terer all our towns?"
"That town crier, Grigson!" said the
first old man, with whom the second
ditto was no great favorite.
"Then why," said Flips, our low
comedian, who was such a humorous
rascal off, "then why is Grigson
like a school board pedagogue?"
We all give it up. "Curse your con
undrums!" said the manager, as he
strode out of the room.
"One teaches the poor the other
peaches the tour." Then we all very
properly retired to our dressing
Between Two Fires,
A young spark lately found himselt
in an awkward predicament. He had
gone to select a beautiful and costly
fan for his intended. On leaving the
shop after making his purchase he fell
in with an old flame of his, 'who was
carrying a parcel which he offered to
carry for her, as thev were going in
the same direction. After a while they
parted, and the fair one trudged off
withher parcel whilst ouryoungswain
hastened to the dwelling of his dearly
beloved to whom he delivered his
purchase with the assurance of his
deep and lasting affection. The young
lady opened the box and produced
therefrom a pair of stays! Tears
explanations, curtains (The parcel
had been exchanged in transit.)-'
The Preacher the Cause.
Many mothers are either compelled
to stay away from church or take
their babies with them. A poor wom
an took her little one in her arms to
hear a London preacher. The loud
voice from the pulpit awoke the child
and made it cry, and its mother got up
and was leaving, when the preacher
stopped her by saying:
"My good woman, don't you go
away; the batoy doesn't disturb me."
"It isn't for that, sir, I leave," she
replied; "it's you disturbs the baby."
Mrs. Faddlety: "What a rude wo
an Mrs. Hinier is. She always looks
back at people who pass her."
Mr. Faddlety: "How do you know?"
Mrs. Faddlety: "Why, I've caught
her at it several times myself.
It will save eighty -five
niTnninir imur niniirwnu IS
f Allium it iiur.it nuiUwiifi.
ALL HER BEAUTY WAS CONE.
She Slept Cnrtr the Wtaard Light of th
"The ugliest woman I ever saw,"
said the rccounter, was a Cuban, and
she was so ugly that It was really pain
ful 1o look at her."
"It takes the exception to prove the
rule," said his vis-a-vis. "Tell us
'sne was a woman ox me numuiest
class, and it was at Uavanna that I
first saw her, tethered to a goat that
she was herding among the stubble of
the sugar-cane. Her husband was a
charcoal-burner, and when I first saw
Estella, I wondered how any man liv
ing could have married such a car
icature." "Lovegocs where it Is sent," said
one of the after-dinner crowd.
"Yes, and the charcoal-burner mar
ried for love. But he never would
have won Estella If a dreadful provi
dence had not favored him. The Cu
ban a had once been the most beautiful
girl in Havanna and as good as she
was beautiful. Her eyes were big and
black, her skin a glowing olive, and
her hair a mass of blue-black silk.
That is what an old dame told me with
much Spanish lingo. Her father was
a bodigero a man who kept a wine
cellar. The girl's mother was dead.
One night her father went home
drunker than usual and turned her out
of doors "
"Brute!" exclaimed one of the party,
with that quick sympathy that the
sorrows of beauty always arouse.
"She did not goto her lover, nor
did she fly to the refuge of some adobe
roof where she had friends. She sim
ply pillowed her head upon the gray
donkey that had been her friend and
playmate from childhood, where he
slept against the tumble-in thatched
roof of the pen in the chaparral,
prayed to the Black Madonna, and
slept soundly like a child In the moon
light" "And the brigands came and carried
her off to their fastness?" suggested
one of the party.
"Nothing of the kind. When her
pillow, the little donkey, rolled over
In the morning she arose another per
son. She ran into the house and her
father screamed 'Sante Maria!' and
drove her out as a stranger. She had
slept In the Cuban moonlight, the
fairest moonlight in the world, but as
deadly as the shadow of the uoas tree.
Her face was drawn out of a41 shape
resembling a human being. It was
the horrible, distorted mas' that I
saw, with the features of an imbecile.
Her father drove her from him with
curses, but the . lover with whom she
ooquetted married her at once, and
they told mo he had made her a good
"But you will hear the Cuban
mother calling her young daughter In
to the house when the full moon is
flooding the balconies with its silver
light, and the light seems made for
lovers to wander in, for everybody
there knows the story of Estella."
Some Flaldj Used In tho Pact and Tbell
The ink first used probably was
some natural animal pigment, such as
the black fluid obtained from various
species of cuttlefish; but the limited
supply of this material goon led to the
use of a chemical mixture of water,
gum and lampblack, and the charac
ters were painted rather than written,
by means of a broad-pointed reed.
As ink of this simplo nature, says
Chambers Journal, was easily removed
from the surface of the parchment by
the mere application of moisture, it
was early found necessary to contrive
some means of forming a more dura
ble ink, and for this purpose the ex
pedient was adopted of treating the
mixture- with some substance such as
vinegar, of the nature of a mordant,
which would penetrate the parchment
written upon, and form an ink not lia
ble to fade.
A chemical dye. consisting of an in
fusion of galls with sulphate of iron,
was afterward ' used, as from its vitri
ous nature it bit into the medium em
ployed; but a compound vegetable ink.
containing a good deal of carbon pi
stent, was subsequently adopted, aid
was very generally employed down to
the middle ages.
With ink of this sort the best and
most ancient manuscripts which have
been preserved to us were written, and
the separate leaves, after being allow
ed to dry slowly, were bound together
Pliny and Vltruvius, as well as other
writers, give receipts for the manufac
ture cf inks.
'A Saint on a Gridiron.
Ragg 4 "Queer missionary they sent
out to the Cannibal Islands last month.
Should think they would send a peace,
able man." '
Bagg "What was the matter with
Ragg "Got into a broil with the
natives very first thing."
PATENT - : - REVERSIBLE -:-ROAD-:- GRADER.
per cent of making roads the old
MASON FRUIT JARS
State Agent has Mason's
Fruit Jars by the case.
8 doz. quarts in case.
0 " J gallons in case.
$1.25 and $1.50 per dozen.
J. "W. Hartley, Agt
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Highly recommended by ttaote who have
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COR I4th and O STS
LINCOLN, : : NEB.
Bates U, per tar. IpMlal rata fey tat waak
Comer 15th ml Jieksoo Stneti,
B Oat feleak tm iU. Mti
E. JENNINGS, IVopV, C
A BETTER DAY
J. A. EDCERTON,
Coasisting of thirteen Poems Suitable lor
Every Alliance should have a copy.
Price in leather 25c. Paper 20c.
46 f Address this office.
Forest and Fruit Trees,
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Hartfaft ton far Nakraika. Ipartal artaas
t aUianoa taaktlaa. Nad far rrtoa Uat to
RtoVI Mil; tanatyjlattfe Umf, Ms Oa,
tif f prtato .
Market and Office 1218 0 St., Lincoln, Neb.
We pay the highest market
price for Hogs. Cattle,
Calves and Staeep, and sell
at Living Prices.
We Handle Nothing tut Home
All persons having fat butcher stock
are requested to give us a call. Our
mono is to "Live and Let Live." A
Square deal and correct weight. Itf
BRENNAN SHAFER BROS., Propr's.
j. CL.ifin a. sop.
1630 O Street.
First Class Horse Shoeing.
I guarantee to stop all Interfering. Par
ticular attention given lo lame, and stumbl
Every description of blacksmithlng and
Plow Work a Specialty.
Give me your patronage. Satisfactlov
Notice Is hereby given, that by virtue of a
chattel morurage, dated Oct. 2, 1S-MO, and duly
Hied in the office of the County Clerk of Lan
caster County, Nebraska, on the 30th 1tiy of
Oct , im. and executed by Carolina M.
Llnob and O. A. Ltndk to LyJIa R. Rogers, to
secure the payment of the sum of tlJO.OO and
upon which there Is now due tbe rum of
(187 "4; default having been made in the pay
ment of said sum, and no suit or other pro
ceedings at law having been instituted to re
cover said debt or any part thereof, therefore
I it 111 sell tbe nrooercr therein described viz:
; Tbe undivided one-boif interest in Livery
1 and feed barn, taiown as tbe Checkered
barn) blacksmith shop and sheds, situated on
lot (l)one, bloc Ci) thirty, that la to say on
lots locateu on S. K. corner of block 30 in the
city of Lincoln. LaEastcr county, Nebraska,
at public auction at the above described
place in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster conn
ty, Nebraska, on tbe 12th day of Aug.. lcvi.
Wm. B. Pu:cb, Astirnee.
A. B. Beach. 6-3t
Notice of Sale.
In tbe mutter of tke application of)
Lucy Hoppe and Henry Hoppe. I
guardians or the minor belrs of the
estate of August floppe. deceased, I
for license to sell real estate. J
Notice it hereby riven that in pursuance of
an order of A. W. Field Judge of tbe District
Court of I-ancamer County, made on the Itlth
day of July. A. D. 1M1, for tbe sue of tbe
real estate hereinafter described, there will
be sold at the east door of the County Court
house of Lancaster County. Nebraska, on the
Sib day of August, A. D. lxl, at 10 o'clock a.
in., at publlo vendue to the highest bidder for
cash, the following described real estate, to
wn : Lou p seven and (8) eight in block ilK)
eighteen in South Lincoln. Lancaster County,
Nebraska. Said (tale will remain open one
boor. Dated t bis 17b day of July. ltWi.
LCCT Horn akd Hekkt Hoppa,
NEBRASKA HEAT GO
205 Bohanan Block, Lincoln, Neb.
Can be found one of the most complete lines of Implement in the ftl'.y, including
The tried and trueT & H Smith Company'! Farm and Spring wagom. 41-Sui
THE PEKIN PLOWCO'S'J.w'C fl0 GOODS.
The Wonderful Davis PLTFORU Hamster ni Itiu.
The Perfect Ad
vance corn planter Z44.
and check rower. -fr
The old reliable
Sandwich Manufac- f f
Hiring Company t J
bhellers ana ceea
The Oldest and
best Aultman and
Repairs for above
corn Snellen and
threshers In stock.
Call and Sii
John. T. Jones, Agent, Lincoln, Neb.
C W. LYMAN,
WHOLESALE LUMBER '-. At4D '-.COAL
Special Rates to Farmers'
Rooms 17 and 18 Montgomery
Corner lltli and N
THE ELIUIAIIT carriage hkd hmess t:ffi. co.
nv. a whalcwUeDricea.
wiJ.r-'. tir.i.i CV m akt
Jh Timw .... For IB years h.T.dH alreet wtth eaaaaaiera,
with priTilaf of uuiiniat Mm burins. A'o.U
Wtm Irrlakt darpi Mt wan a aos
satsnaeton. Wamnt mtrtliiac far! mm.
A.aj m wan aaa wnw m araar diut
etHinalnawH well as MrSIO to tMta soaaa
middlamu to onUr fur thaa. Wa gin no endit, sad
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, M1 1 aaoMaaotlMraMUattSa.
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Pins Hal7:arl -
Doctor frm. H'a Ufa all Hik
Ara all Na. t
locus Free, iddiaas
Leopold Bar r, Jewele r .
The farmers of Lancaster county are cordial
ly invited to call on me in my new quarters,
1136 O street, where I will take pleasure in
showing them my handsome line of jewelry,
watches, clocks, etc., which I offer to members
of the Alliance at discount rates. All kinds of
repairing at low rates. Kespectfully,
"tf ' LeoDold Barr.
Wholesale and Retail Lumber.
O street between 7th and 8th. Ulnooln, Tick
I. M. RAmoiro, Lewis Greoort, S. H. Bcbsham, D. G. Wno,
President. Vice-Pres. Cashier. Ass't Cash.
Liability of Stock holders $200,000.
J.H.Barrbtt. 47tf ; H. R. Nisslkt.
I. M. Ratmond , Lewis Gbegobt. S. H. Bchnbam. T. W. Lowket.
W. H. McChmrt. ' M. L. Easterdat. A. J. Sawteb. ,
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
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A full and com.
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and make prices as
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quality of goods
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