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Lincoln Savings Bank and Safe Deposit 'Co.
CAPITAL. $250,000. LIYIIILITY OV STOCKHOLDERS, $500,000.,
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ttin proof vaults, M nnnn.il rrtiltil ".". Money to limn mi ruul ostuto mill colltitorul. Your Savings Awoimt Solicited,
HENRY K. LEWIG, Prosidont. A. P. S. STUART, Vico President. W. H. MoCREERY, Treasurer. R. WELCH, Toller.
H. J. Walsh. A. P. S. Stuort. Homy E. Lewis, (f H. P. Lau. Win, MoLaughhn. John H. McClay,
tf, H. McCrcory. Johji B. Wright. Frod Williams.
HANK HOURS, ():.') a.m. to a:0 p.m. SATURDAY EVENINGS, (1 to 8 o'clock.
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