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FiaA I It X CMisS iM;
ELECTIONS FOR 1908,
Closes J or election Oct. 20.
Presidential election .Nov.
publican National Tldket.
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. leOH PkEtfltfEXT'i
. FOR VICE PRESIDENT
JAMES !S. SHERMAN I
of New York.
For Presidential Electors
J. D. LEE, of Multnomah County
F. J. MILLER, of Luin County ,
A. C. MARSTERS, of Douglass County
R. R BUTLER, of Gilliam County
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The Attitude of the RepubUcan fsin-
kidati5Twstpa'sBiion lndi J
5 I LifaJ Which Shows Adher-t
One Is running on
the other Is running Wrayfrom hi
to the Best Ethics
'' Cot'Ber' Seefthd I aBd"lioijrt)e: (Streets i
TAFt A MAN ; AMoAQi MEN.
We colored man ct
i i I
ivKo teaid that ! he liked Mr. Tift , p,- prmiie certiW I
because of his "pussonai maw ,-. i ( I J - . i ;u
spirit j ;
tude" was rieht. both in
. and . exoreasion.i even if .he hd p0Btai savings thanks -wm' rom
; -r;U tn nhnn the word that be,!'. Sava 'arid' Convenient- Syeteni for 7.
! wanted. ) If it is true,' as fre-. !io Accuiriuiaimg savtnfc 1
oueriLiv luaiaucu. fav - i
;1 man is rieveir elected to office i bsb;
' 'MK: Taft'ned . halve lid fears ;Of ment 'of poltal' savings banks y as, tafr
' ' defeat OA that' IsCOre.V No'.stuaeint orably reported by the United ' BtAtes
W ' l'--i:ij u J 'ioc-J-'l sen n to rimmfttee "oh Postofflces and
1 a-Vr ''Ti ViT OoV.foVi,,A4J Post Boads durifag the recent seli'Qf r,
; -filled the seat of tbe Secretary ot,oigres8 lani i abijy cerLw to
W,ar,u no ,Arnericam;was. yci beienacted intoflaw during tne coming
session, thus adding prompt perrorai-
nnce to the promise of the Republican
nower in the' Philippines,'. Cuba
and Panama; no judge ever at
upon the bench who was .'more
; popular with hiu' absoc'iates ' and
those with whbrn he came in ccn'
'tact than1 Mr,'Taft. His quklfty
' !of love1 for his.' fellows," bis desire
to 'be helpful to, them is as broad J
and'aU-embra'cmg : as his person-!
alby is magnetic;, - sunny, insp'ir-
ing.. As' Dr, Lyman "Abbott Well
i wrote of Mr.'Taft:; ! ,i : ..:.;
, "It iis i this intensely human
quality in Mr. Taft that gives
him i his , popular ; dobriqliet l of
' 4'RM" Taft. He likes' men and
' hje likes all.sorts ' of, meh , .exefp't
' those ' that ,'are dishonest , or disr
loyal- . 'He was the most .popular,
governor 'the .Philippines .ever
had. , This wasi noewnouy, De
cause he was absolutely just, vras
. loyal to their interests, urged the
'earliest ppssible substitution of
civil law for military law and of-
- , FeTd on invincible ODPOsition to
' All schemes of ! exploiting the'Is
larids for the benefit bf unscrbp-
! lnna American pioneers. - He was
' the' pei'sonal friend of the ; fjili
pin6s; he "believed in' them,.; de
fended them, befriended thepi,
trusted them - and danced with
them, v Thia.last fact, 1' ami in
clined to think, went as faf as
- any, perhaps, a$ 'all. Jher others
combined to'makethe Filipinos
idolize him, as tney cercainiy ao.
for Judge Taft is in the best
, sense of the term a democrat, j He'
is as free , f rqm race I and cjass
prejudice of 'every description as
any man I have ever known. ! H0
is thoroughly ,1 a believer' in the'
motto. ?A mkn's ,a . man- for a'
that "'.y... '" 1
national; plitffijn .relative U thl orin i
IS OUr UULlUUai Bjoicuiiw-
finance,. r i .,,jr ., -t,p
The- bilf 'reportecT provides 'for the
establishment of postal savings deposi
tories for depositing savings at interest
ivitK . the. Hornritrl of the ' Government
for the, repayment thereof .and') des-g-
nates the: .mopeyJrder, postioflBces and
each others as ,the Postmastr-GeBetal.
may, in ,his, discretion, from time :to
time 'desigpate' as savings depositories ( STATJBSMAN.' WITH A.
to receive aeposus rrom iuirijuuiit-ouu s. r r . SCIEHOE.'r
to account and dispose of the sam ao-
I ask that every responsible
and f alrTminded lior Jeadenjey-,
ery ' responsible and' fair-minded "
memherjdf a.laboE , tfrgailzt joni
read these (Taft's) injunctions
for himself. If he will do so, In
stead of condemning them he will
heartily approve of them, and will .
recognize this further astonish-
c, Jngf ljact .that .tlf: 4Elpclef &W .
down by. Jydge Taft tortnese Tery-
'injunctloM, which laboring peo-
pie are asked to cohdemn,t ar'ej
.hAjuion Sthoi 'lvei!!.'Brlnch)les,
P which, are now ! embodied. ih -, the
.laws or prpteeofTery, lsponj
1 1 slble labor rganlaatlon ,Th
prinblples ' whfch he; 'therelh' sJi
wisely and feariesBly laid iiojira
serriB asT a .charter -df ybety, foij
aH of jus,: for, wage workers,; for '
' '.'employers,, or1 the general .public i -for
they rest! bh the principles oil .
ciair aeamig ior uh. tji p,,c"7"11"v1 i
I edi justice for klli 1 They J maXM
hhfi judge; who rendered, the'nif as
..tnWHIn for . th riehtft of the
whole -people; as far as daylight j
rls rrom aarKness, bw iaf s wturo .
' judge from the, iline':sejveir; tbe ;
I truckler to the mot); or tnaenng
;ing tool ojf great, corrupt and, corT.
i ! rupting corpbrauons. Pjesident
. Roosevelt., H ; ( :
cording to the terms of the act. - i ; .
)Thp depositories are to ;be kept open;
for the .. transaction of uhjess eyery
day,, Sundays and lgal holidays ' ex,
cented. during ' the 1 usual 'post-onlce
business hours of the tovrn and local!- j
Ales wher& the respective 'depositories I
a re lpca ted, a nd. 'dur ing such additional ,
h6urs as, the Pos,tmaster:GeneraI may
designate... -) I ",l - ''
Accdunts may be opened Dy any per
son of the age of 10 years; and a mar
ried woman may open an account free i ,
from interference by : her husband . A
trustee may open an , account for, an
other person. No person, can open niore
than one- saving ; account except when
acting as trustee 'for another person.' -1
A 'depositor pass book - will be j de
livered to 'each' depositor in which the
hniiie and; othet njemoran'darhecessary'
for Identification will be".entefed,, and
entry of aU, deposits shall be made!
Description of the Bepublican -Pijea-
: -. Boston
Sec'y Root on State Legislatures.
If aiiy Legislature under 'the
Constitution does not choose a
Senator who properly represents
the people of the State, ' it is be
cause the people of the State have
failed in their duty in the selec
tion of their Legislature.
. : "The honest wage-worker,! the
r onest laboring man, the honest
7 mechanic, 6r small trader or main
of small means. can feel : that in
; a peculiar sense Mr. Taft will be
hia renresentative,?' is the state-
' ment of President Roosevelt
At no time and :n no country
; has mere' wealth secured for its
rtrissessor less' public considera
tion or have the hisch' qualities ,of
personal, manhood, availed so much ;
. . 1 i 1 -UAMf,ifv cava
i tor nonor anu uwiwiwuiu . , j -
,Oue dollar,, or a larger amoun in
multiples 6f 10 cents Will be necessary
to open an' accojint, ' but deposits Of 10
bents 'or multiDles' thereof will Ae. re
ceived after ah account Is opened. , -
Upon receving -a. deposit , the , rjost
master is repuired to , enter the same
in- the, pass book Of the depositor land
Immediately notify the PostmasterGen
eral of the amount of the deposit land
the name of tne depositor. The Postr
m ctor -riefieral. unoxt ; receipt i pi sucn
notice, is, required to send an acknowl
edgment thereof to the depositor, sf hlch
acknowledgment snaii cuuuiuic vuu
clusive evfdence of the making of such,
deposit. .' ' '-ii.
Intrt Allo-rr4 on epwn.
Interest -is allowed at the ratej of 2
per cent per annum, toiupmich ""
ally, on the average aeposii aunug
each Quarter of the 'yearl One thon-n
sand dollars is the maximum deposit
fallowed to the credit of, any one ac
count, and Interest: will not be paid on
any amount to the credit of an account
in excess ,or ? aou . j
Pass books must be rorwaraea to me
Postmaster-General on the1 anniversary
of the making of the first deposit for
TOi-inVutkm. nosting, and redlt I. in
terest' due Withdrawals may ne maae
under-rules and regulations to , be pre
scribed by the Postmaster-General. De4
bosits 'are exempt from (Belxure under
any legal' procest against me aepuwiur
and they are. aiso exempt
ion ibr .the United States or any" state.
Obe- name f o; a depositor or tbe amount
to his or her credit may not be dis
closed unless by order of tne osnmas-
; Postal savings funds are to be ae
Dosited by the Postmaster-General -in
national banks located as near as Jmay
he In the neighborhood .where Buei de
posits were received at a rate of inter
est not less, than 4 per cent per an
num -"lit derxwits can not be made .in
.ttnri hanks at the' specified rate of
interest the Postmaster-General taay,
with the aoproval of , the Secretary df
' the .Treasury nd th AttorneyfSieral.
, identlal' Ca4didate iby t
Borah of Idaho. 1 : : J
Fr.om r Senator Porah's.
'' . -, .' ;jspeecn,r. .-,;,:.,',,! I
"Now, it seems to be. conceded; by
friend arid We that few men have been
' nominated 'for' the presidency whose
experience, whose training and' Whose
'sound and whoiesoina fashion qf grsp-,
ihg and dealing w,ith pubHc questions
were equal xp tnosse oi uiiuu? . u.
Taft. ' ' ''' . ,' . ' '.' '" ' 1
He is not a crusader, he' is a states
man with conscience: l?e has-won: his
present position throigh a cheerful, jun-,
jhesitating and uhdeviating OEvqnqn jo
duty, through actually achieving things
on the .open field of action through ah
intellizent v conception of the strength
and ! wdrthr Of our great government,
with Its; checks and balances; and the
strength and capacity of our citizen
ship with its loyalty and: its jpatriotlsm.
i'"No' man ever' had a '-deeper retard
for the fundamental principles and Jpre-
Ictpts' upoa whih stills .gernnienit ta.
lounaea, ana no oue uu a
copvlctloaj that: the' cdnslStution s a
sufficient chart by which to measur s all
rights and obligations and to gaugi aU,
the' demands arid all '.the aspirations
and , restrain and control all the lieck
essness' of Tthls Indomitable raice Of
tirs. .Trained in the law, eleven years
on' (the toench.i he explored i well j the
sources or , jurisprudence! ana pamea
away from, his work an everlasting de
votion to order and justice, ", , ' . j
"Under all circUmstabces .and unaer
all emergencies,1 he has proved hinjiself
brave; clean-mindedi seir-poisett ana
courageous1 statesmkn No man; can put
hia. nnsrec upon' a lira jor cowaroiy
net an incompetent' , or , questieriablft
piece of public service no. stain wpon
his nrivate life. ' no shadow upon
his public career. And standing now in
th full fierce light which beats upon a
throne, 'with eager , eyes' scrttlnizmg
everv act bf a long and arduous public
career, no doubt arises as.t nis expe
rience and ability, no-challenge comes
to his' fine' sense Of duty or his patriot
ism." , . -'." ' ' ' i
"Because he is the highest type j of
ihe Christian gentleman."'
f -Hhw )s the way In which i heard the .
pastor of a Methodist church in soujth-,
etn, Hindis .end an .argujnent wlthj a
layman on the train coming to Cincin
nati from St. Louis, writes a staff cor
respondent of the St. Louis uiope
Democrat The layman, paying due,
repeeQ tvthej ckb3 Jf his j op
ponentj was trying to .convince h,lm
that , he should not support MrV
Taft ior the presidency, and instead
Bbouldr vbtejfor his Iemocattc - ppo
nent The churchman defended ' the
nrlnclble. of "theHeptfbllcan party, and.
as maicatea, aeienaea me -mnu
whpni hb said he etpjected to yptje, frpm
his personal' standpoint of a churchman,
"because he is the highest type of i
Christian gentleman." I .v
Bishop.. JMC,j ;HartzeIl of the'Metno,
dirt' 'Episcopal Church, .discussing tne
religious ' belief s qt ry an ' and f Taft,
fter"nin'W' the' latter, '"MSA." I
i 3 "Which of ; these men't shair vote1 f on ?
wOl faot ;b :dacided.by! their rellgiiu
beliefs, 'USA. what they are as men, and,
by the nrlnciples, and- policies; they stind.
f on in the administration ot .'the gpv
erhment. ff 'peUeYe thpt 1n'ctlug upn
vw. ''n lAniesricatf dlflzien.! km
In harmynyii-lth the spirited purpooi
I of-,- the- f ou41ersf tof four., pepiibllc, ,hOj
fmif Into the, constitution! -that : ; ther
should be;,no(reUiotl test es, to quaii
"flcadbns.'td an'y .pmce "or public trjist
l -fAiifMr States Mi1 coiivlc-s
Hon s ihat ;the-' futhro1 1 Safety of the"
nation dependfrcveryj largely -upon i our
people heeding .that constitutional' pro
MkwiAn n.ir niiHnn owWs much I in
moral charaqter, statesmanship, litWa-;
tnrp. Jarr and religion' to those 1 who
have not .been. iii strict 'harmony . with
some 'of the dogma's of the cWrch.The
days "of the Inquisition, are past" t j - .'
. Remeniberlng- , -that 'lira. Taft,
Presbyterian, but that MISs Helen T,aft
wat confinned; in the Eplscopa.1 cnurcn
In Washington last winter at the sme
time that Miss Ethel Roosevelt, 'daugh
ter of the (President, ras tonfifmed, I
h wondered as: to Mr Taft's church; asso-
V - ' t . . Kqm
.clajtlon. vvnen i niaue lu uviuiij
,ir&a ansWered through the columns
Or tne jNorxnwenriii vu..mim
bate the! greats Methodist publication.
Just as It had given answer to hundreds
of Inquiries from Its Mehoaist suascrio-
Tt anlrt , i : i , - . .. I ...
fblor. '.be .treated fairly before . in ,....J.
'rourts' 't' ''"!. ''' 'il 0,:J 1 j am a vestryman. T know very well
,;"taiii- Fallow THbt. that no one In trouble or distress ever
' Tn introdrielneiMrJ Taft -at Toledo, .onpealed. to him- without, receiving
Ohio, Bishop Samuel' Fallows muorseu
him unreservedly, and in thetcourseJor
, his remarks said : .. ' i" I
"I can a viir, without fear of- suebees-
Lful contradiction,, that .no man ever
P t;i..- 4--K - k'-mAytnari1 'rktwinlA Tor
came eLui uc iuc....u
Tifetleni hearing and Sprtompt and mate
rial aid, when In his power to give it.
If a maws, character ,1s .to be gauged
by what he' d"oes,'ahd notr by mere pro
fession ; if leading a clean and up
right life is to be guide, and doing
righteous deeds is to be counted, then
X anvednfldent. that 1 neighbors (and
fellow-citizens who 'have lived with
him and know him well, without re
lrnni to creed, color or party associa
te hiahesit honor W tlleir gift so thl
oughly pf-epaed, to, meet its' weighty'
resjjonsibinties.as' Sir. Taft.,-, He, is ripe
4h the Tspowledge-or jurispaenn; uiu
Wear 'arid ' firm in - fudicial ' decisfohs.
He.-nas 'won; as an'
ohr i Oriental possessioni
nt hia .nAiinrt'vtfien .and K
tions. He has satlsraptomy seiueu m ax? wjsaii a au.
1 Zl . Tmn.Si flonwquldV sayf that Taft has'lived -and
SSStl2 everf stationf..' . Christian
nnrj'-f T",T"'"i" gntlemap..., r, 'f'l ' I I' )
those islands, of. tne sea some v uc
most'qellcateatia .ajmcuii suDjevis, jiu
volvlhg deeB-feeaSea racial Knd Ilgius
4uestioiisi-ever! brought up1 for'adjudl-jt-t
, .. ,?; .ihb la.iTeeDlVrreliStious
Without, a trace of blgptpy,. tearing
o Tn'iiri'v leffort to-dlscbver ' the ' qnal
ltles wiiBch led one to descriDB ,irk ; an .
atf ther highest -typ-e, ?t Xtjristian geu
tieman'' I learn that r the ., candidate
himself., within a month, has aefine4
JUSL. tWJlOW juiiu"., ' i
LUC . UU1 IVP ..v
e dueetlon ihaid
ltWiJim loidevAoD his personal
views, and writing in response the Kfr
ppblican candidate said: r-sJ '
ivypoff gXestion csuggests' tv0n,rs
which4 must be answered inanswerfhg
irirf whatsis a Qhristlan char-
ictpVand? scebhclwhat' la a teuccesatul
First. I consider a Christian
rhn meter that of one who holds as bis
ideal 'a compliance1 with tne ,two ,com
manamerits given W ' Jesus, Christi and
who earnestly strives to live up to.ithat
iioti .ffoonnri 1 should idenne a 'sut
c. t , -, , - -
cessful career to be , that' career which
brings more real .happiness to .those
who ha1ptte tQ be within the ioperaiort
of the influence .of the person wnpse
ohrirHrter is in ouestion. , v . j
"Coming now j to answer
your .. ' in
auirv. I .should say tnat a
character in the buiwjng or a surass
ful career is-1 its most important part.
Chief Statistician of Census Bureau
Writes on "The Asseta of the
United States.'' 'r , ;
Th 'natJoh's wealth M not in th
hands -of - a few, according to l2 G.
Powers,, chief 'statistician W th census
bureau- at .Washington- r , , ; f
. Writing'.on "The Asset pt; tne unuea
fetktfes, ifn' the Septembeij 'numbet of
the American 'Journal f 'Sociology, is
sued" recently ftotn the .University or
Chicago press, Mr.-Powers has itb; fol
lowing tQ say, of the-ooncentratlop of
wealth in America , , ,. . : 1 ,
?'Tf , we. start with the value of farms
ihd" 'other' .homes -which:' are known to
be owned by men-' of'-tealf possessions.
tne s'avtegs bank deposits andi other
known possessions of 'thosfe or moderate
means,,and thenadd the iowest popular
estimate or tne poBsesniona . m uu.
milrtoh'aires,'We' tiftVe an aggregate far
lii' excess of the 'census appraisal' of
national wealth, and the'.! conclusion
under such circumstances Ib irresistible
either thajfc the -census estimates y are
ridiculously : small or the- popular .esti
mates of'.the wealth of our millionaires
are greatly Exaggerated. '' '
'The writer' 'does not 'find any 'evi
dence that . would ! justify either the
statement; that our; national, wealth is
grossly understated or that our million
aires own sq large, a share of that wealth
as to' leave the great majority without
broperty. '" '. 1 ' : .' V '
Tho. lnriffpr ) one lives the more coti-t
invest .the .same in- State. "Terriiorial,
"' MmA f Broail 'SrPe"-, I
fr. Taft and children are Episco-
.pallanstand! the Secretary frequently
Hvimnanles them to. St.! jonns onaa-u,
.where, also, he has , a pew., j while, air.,
Roosevelt eoes to tne, uerman neiuim
ed Churclh bis wife and 'family, who
are1 Episcopalians; attend ? historic j St.
aroiih's fchu'rchi where they slifonly one
,br :tiwpl,pews; reriioyfed' f rqm Mrs. iTaft
and ! her , , children.! Secretary , ,xaj.t
spends his vacation at Murray Bay,
Canada where there is a Union Church,
attended by, the summer colonists oiau
denominations, i iTheiSecretary of War
is one of the trustees of this summer
mionv church, .where peopla of mbny
faiths ghther -fir worship." v u . 1
This Mefhodist testimony inaicatea.
to me the broad ana imerai vie
Mr. Taft In religfous ma,tters. icok
ln,g through the file;of this sanie pnb-Hca'tlon-the
Western Christian Advo
cate-ri foiirid a discussion )ot both nom
inees, in .the course of which it f ?as
asserted': ' : " ,',
' r'7The sympathies of both Mr. xart
and Mr. Bryan are very broad, and pey
worship easily and Naturally with any
Christian -.' denomination? 3 Whichever
man is elected, the country, win ,nave,
therefore, a Pfesldenb of 'clean , flife,
lofty principles and Chrtetian convict
u - - ' 1 ; . 1 i,
II. - , '"1 - - t 4. I .
inced he nust become that .every1 other
incident and -element of a career Irises j
importance, in compajisoh, , andr that
wen a' man's life work is. done this is
what ' ' standsi ' out, and whether! the
career is one of profession; ibusiness pr
politics, ; the sariie thing ' Js tru;" ! -
' ) : Wkat tmm, 'pid . S'rferid 'Says. , .
(. -Mr. Aarofr, A-) Ferris ;a ; prom(rient
Cincinnati . lawyer, whp has known
jiidee Tafi for thirty years,vsald : ' i . . ,
"I ' have' never had occasiou to ask
Judge Taft what 'his creed was in' niat- ;
ters religious. ; I' know that,' when In,
Cincinnati,: he has been quite, regular
in attendance at Christ Episcopal
chu:-eK of 'wjiich' members- of , his .fnm
Mt sir'tf Wnrmnccants, and of -wh'chi'I
0 WHAT TAFT WILL DO. 1
i , . . ; ... ' ' ' '- I
' Here Is a, positive declaration
by William H. Taft which should
reassure the friends Of President
RooRevejt : ! ,' , r
"If elooted, 1 propose to devdte
all the,abiiit:y, that ls.in me to the
constructive work of sngsrestihg
to' Congress the means by which
the'Kooev.eit policies shall be
; clinched" f .
. ' Taft- is hiakihg a gqod impression by
his thoughtful speeches.! , Bryan Is as
clever and- as, interesting s ever-r-and
as superficial.--MIlwauk Evening Wi-
. TTar Clergryman.
I believe our strong, party with Its
rreat nrihclDles is only in its infancy;
Our glory as a' nation has but Just be- i
gun. i : There- are ! mighty problem yet ,
to be solved,4 grave questions oe3B-
wered, complex Issues to De wraugut
out, but I. believe we can irusi u
Grand Old' Party ' ana us leaaeip to
care for the entire future of ourj Na
tjon; and of pur people as.it has iared
for them, so well In . the. past. Hon.
JamesSa, Sherman. . . "J : j ;
In Dea Moines Jr. Bryan, taikedi free
trade. In. Indianapolis sailed into' cor
poI:a1lons,, and' In Topeka proclafmed
the necessity of th guarantee of bank
: -lie.' Bryan is geographically
.i,.9rcKi. mif a, . moment's i notice, and
no.or diETnavedt when one Of. his para
mount Issues blow ",up.--Sfc , Louis
' upi .- -
Gn the s,ame affernoon, when Bishop
Hartzell' called, Rev. James G. 'Robin
son, pastor of ,the Baker Street African
Methodist Church of. Pay ton, - Ohio,
Milled at the headquarters in company
with W.'H. Jones, one of the leading
colored lawyers of the same1 city. Mr.
Janes' was broud of the fact that, he is
president of the Colbred Taft aub; the
flrst one to . be incorporatea in iw ;uu
ted States, ,and Rev Mr. rRobinsonj ad
mitted 'that he d president - of the
Ti.ni of Directors f b ' same club.
A he left Mr) Taft's oc:LaSKeajnim
for his view Of tne canawaie, doui
bis standpoint as a churchman .and a
a leader of his race. . . j ' '
"I believe," he saia, -Juate xartiwin
be elected by. a sare ana tiui,
malortty .' no simply because he is a
Republican, nor am I. speaking because
'- : - ' : ' V.' , ',1 ' i - 11 II
I am a
n ; .
Renublican. But Judge
.k0nJ ait. of the Ideal of th
, a 4a !the; attitude of his ( owni race.
Rev, Mr.) Robinson sal4: v"We;ckn not
afford, to line up with the .Democratic
nortv.' which has been . antagonistic to
our interests alway,' and against the
party headed by such wfse and Chris
tian' statesmen, as is Judge Taft. He la
man whom we know in omo i
us ,that alliinen. without regar to
, Young Men's Clothes' '. '
Ederheirher, Stem & Co.j Makers.
TQU young itellows, must depend '
I on this siorfe:for your, style ideas
1 same as! yoiir bpoks fqfa' lwlede ; j '
OI IllSlUiyUl-J.ailV.fc'a.fcVi w.
" ' 1 .:U- :-:t I : f ! ';'.
Marvelous how eia it eomes with the' Ed"""
r. , heimer-Stein imtm. TkeyVo the productof peciau.t , , ;
i in the Youns Men's field; mora authentic and depend- t
i ableon tnat xunt; rW're .howJngjheiw FaU
- tjle the new shades; in ajl sues, I
I Secretary Root.' y ' , S '
County, or muuu;iyi ,wv.