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FACTS AND FIGURES OFFort Smith, Ark.sa.I89,x;aOn U. S. 64, the Pawnee Bill RouteFort Smith is located on the Arkansas-Oklahomaboundary, junction of the Arkansas and Poteau Rivers,100 miles south of the Missouri boundary, midway between the Ozarks, Ouachita and Kiamichi Mountains.Fort Smith Is the southern gateway to the Ozarks andthe hub of scenic concrete pikes. For 40 miles in everydirection ribbons of concrete lead into Fort Smith.These roads serve the dual purpose of making thescenic mountains and the rich valleys surrounding FortSmith accessible to the tourist and traveller and provide a quick market for produce.History of the Fort'The military garrison at Fort Smith was establishedin 1817 as protection against Arkansas Osage andCherokee Indians. General Thomas A. Smith orderedthat a stockade be erected where the Arkansas Rive'. intersected the Osage line. Negotiations made for thebluff north of the river were unsuccessful, hence thefort was built at the junction of the Arkansas andPoteau Rivers by Major Stephen A. Long, followingplans of the French military engineer, Verban. It wasfive-sided. Garrison Avenue ran parallel to its northeast wall and served as the parade ground for the gar. rison. Thus surveyed--120 feet wide and 18 blockslong--it ran, not with the compass, but with the fort.Civil government followed military rule, and Garrisonparade ground became Garrison Avenue; the tradingpost replaced the military post. Commercial evoiutioufollowed naturally, due to Fort Smith's ideal location;88 wholesale houses were eventually established, tose rve the field the garrison had onceprotected. Goodwill, convenience and habit thus combined to makeFort Smith the wholesale center of six great Southwestern States.Fort Smith has 129 manufacturing plants making170 different products.Fort Smith has a population of approximately 34,000with a trade area of 100 miles reaching approximately1.000,000 people. Near Fort Smith is a sportsman'sparadise with squirrel, duck, quail, etc. in abundance;deer and turkey In less than a day's trip; fox, coonand other game In the near vicinity.There are 13 modern public school buildings valuedat approximately 2,000,000.00. There are several excellent golf courses, including the Country Club, theMunicipal Golf Links, and the United Commercial-.j. Travellers Country Club.Fort Smith is in the center of one of the world'slargest natural gas fields. Four billions tons of unmined semi-anthracite coal (high heat content) exist within 100 miles of Fort Smith. Hard wood, timberand semi-precious ores are plentiful in this area. Transportation facilities are excellent. There are producedin Fort Smith 25 million dollars worth of goods annually. Eight railroads serve Fort Smith, with dependable railway and transportation in all directions. Sixbridges Connect Fort Smith with its territory beyondthe rivers which surround it. Excellent highways In alldirections with adequate bus and truck facilities. Thereare modern hotels; 45 churches, 6 theatres, 5 auditoriums, 6 city owned parks and playgrounds, the oldestsymphony orchestra in the State, 2 daily newspapers,a modern ratio station, many fraternal orders, makingFort Smith a cultural center which provides the otherhalf of a well-rounded and contented progressive life.For further information, write the Fort Smith Chamber of Commerce, Fort Smith, Arkansas.iWijpI v,.rdjYantis-Harper CompanyFIRESTONE TIRES - BATTERIESACCESSORIESStorage - Washing - Lubrication - Brake andWheel AligningGarrisonFORT SMITH, ARKANSAS12th &

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Official DescriptiveFolder.OF.CARDSTON(THE TEMPLE CITY)Alberta - CanadaIssued by and Distributed withthe Compliments ofCARDSTON BOARD OF. .1F1923

Cardston, the Beautiful, the Temple City.Yk "fryts»o-.d. .'xk 4',rul , r.rt ;. 3 –.,*, ,.see z l' ",V.s „ ,l!PrM "MT'sl., ,1nTpyY63.arg,fl' ', a R( R§, y Y'Y,1y,g- . Ji1KS,Part of Cardston, looking Northwest, showing business section.IfE history of CARDSTON dates backto June 3, 1887, when a company ofMormon pioneers from Utah, "squatted"on what is now the town of CARDSTON,took up their homesteads before there wasa railroad closer than fifty miles. Thesettlement grew. On July 2nd, 1902, theMunicipality of the Town of CARDSTON '(was incorporated with Mr. Card as thefirst Mayor. As early as 1890 the Templesquare was given to the people of CARDSTON for church purposes by this originalpioneer. A few years later the stone wasCquarried nearCARDSTON for the founda-tion of a Tabernacle.11 1 1"H:Two]Settlements began to grow up aroundCARDSTON, as follows: Aetna, Kimball,Woolford, Beazer, Leavitt, Mountain View,Hill Spring and Glenwoodville. The district grew to such proportions that therailroad was extended into CARDSTON in1905, since which time the surroundingcountry has made a substantial and prosperous growth.CARDSTON is located in the South Western portion of the Province of Alberta, Canada, about fourteen miles north of theUnited States boundary line and on the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains. It is theSouthern terminus of the Canadian Pacific

SCENES IN AND AROUND CARDSTON, ALBERTA1.—General view of The Great White Temple. 6.—Indians preparing for the hunt at Cardston. 9.—A scene in the United irrigation District,Cardston.2.—Threshing, a typical scene in the Cardston 7.—Another view of The Temple.8.—Chief Mountain, the first point of interest 10.—A good catch near Cardston, averagedistrict.3.—Outer Court of The Great White Temple.approaching Cardston.weight three and a half pounds.4.—A meeting of the Chiefs at Cardston.11.—Real game hunting at Cardston.6.—A general view of Cardston: (].) Free Camping Ground; (2) The Great White Temple; (3) Latter Day Saints' Tabernacle; (4) Publicand High Schools and Gymnasium; (5) Municipal Power Plant; (6) Ellison Milling Company; (7) Main St. and Business Section; (8) PublicMunicipal Hospital,[PAGE THREE]

LARailroad and is on the cross roads of threenational parks: 'I'hc Waterton Lakes Park,21 miles west; Banff' National Park, north,both in Canada, and the Glacier NationalPark, 26 miles south, in the United States.It is a prosperous, well-built and progressivetown, and is the trade and educational centerof thirteen smaller lovvns and twenly-tiveschool districts, and has a district population of six thous md, eighteen htmdred of\ahom live in CARDSTON.provide. its interior furnishings. The whitegranite of which the body of the temple isconstructed was imported from l3rilish Colunibia. The onyx which decorates some ofthe interior rooms came from Pelican Point,Utah; the fine marble Irmo Tennessee andItaly, while tltc United States, Canada, Cireassia, Italy and Africa have each sent someof the rare wood which adorn its interior.When completed the building, furniture,CARDSTON, among other things of interest, co Lila ius a Laller-Day Saint Teinpie,an unique and up-to-date structure built inthe form of a Maltese Cross. This is onegrounds, etc., will have cost over one millionof the Brost beautiful buildings in Canada,August, 1923, after which it is closed to theand the whole earth has been ransacked topublic.dollars. 11 hi p s alread y been visited bytImoustuids of tourists and will be open tothe general public until the latter part ofHeadgates of United Irrigation Canal, on Belly River, near CARDSTONI I'n ,P; FOiJtl

vYf nv a „a v"x vluG rx 'ga a *:v 41tSCENE'S 1N AND AROUND CARDSTON, ALBERTA1—Auto road at Waterton Lake Park."—Going to the round-up.2.—Bucking horse chutes.G.—Broncho busting.3.—Playing Polo.7.—View of Waterton Lakes from Cameron4.—Mountain sheep on a. summit near Card-Pollsdston,stun. One of the best photos of big horn8.—Holding him down. Cowboy sports.in their natural element ever taken.9. Riding a bucking steer.to—General view of Waterton Lake.11.- 1Sranding at Waterton Ranch.12. Playing polo.13.-12eflections in Waterton Lake.I l'AGE, FIVE]

wIOSo a u whokioI1 2 .(0Brockef ;ncher Creek \Pineu'n 'WW me5tirlmaymond v.a.aprir,p Couleealey't'q ,southN aln?9,,;Magra#hnS S offL lm ltal n .rillsojtIt,c6ry Fork , qtr Ni SYarrowO ' sp*in9 bA sh , 1 . 'A {os. a CARDSTONOwool orOLeavilfA1 n lc d 'cMov tainviewOldwell00WP OBeazerBmndary 0 Creekt\ !K1 1, 444. 1 y, any Ic d ; .f ,Lor lle .! f/.5 BOUNDARYALA! \O(a,500, 0008' U. CAha&e,-Da)n)CPAAt(Mdalana) VPGrins in peraun Mua— Above proposed lines show CARD TON a logical trade center-13 milesnorth of Montana line, 25 miles east of Rocky Mountains.Lethbridge, north-east, 56 miles, Yellow Trail.Calgary, north, 174 miles, Blue Trail.DISTANCE BYBanff National Park, north, 259 miles, Blue Trail.AUTO FROMMany Glacier Hotel, south, 28 miles, Blue Trail.Great Falls, south, 237 miles, Blue Trail.CARDSTON TOSalt Lake City, south, about 755 miles, part Blue Trail.Los Angeles, 19f4 miles, Blue Trail.All auto trails to CARDSTON are graded and easy to travel. CARDSTON is affiliated withthe Southeastern B. C. and South Alberta Tourist Traffic Association, the Good Roads Associationand leading Automobile Associations.I PAala lnGHHTI

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1EXCHANGE TABLEAT THE RATE OF 3.60 MEX.CY. FOR l DOLLARPesos Dollar Pesos Poilar Pe:os Pollar.25- .07.50- .14.75- 211.00- 281.25- .351.50- .421.75- .492.00- .55225- .532.50- .732.75- 773.00- .813.25- 91350- .983.75-1.01400-1.1?4.25-1.104.50-1.254.75- 1.325.00-1.39525- 1.465.50-1.535 75-1.606.00--1.676.25-1.740-50-1.81675-1.8 75-2111000-27810.2 -2.8510.50- 200- 3.5412.25- 3.l12.50-3.4812.75-- 3.5513.00- 3.6213.25--3.6913.50-3,761315-38314.00-3.8914.25- 3,9614.50-4.031475-4.1015.00-4.1715.25- 4241550-4,3115.75-4.381600-4.4516.25-45316.50- 4.5916.75-4651700-4.7317.25-4.8017.50- 4.871775-49418.00- 5.00

The Mew Hotel"MODEL 0"SPACIOUSAPARTMENTSWITH BATH,RUNNINGWATER INEVERY ROOM& RestaurantO pp osite ZocnloP. O. Box 79Mercadere., 4Tel. 52Spanish,Mexican AndFrenchCookingOAXACATIHE. F{OTRLWITH ALLCOMPORTSPRICES: 3.00 4.00PREFERREDBY FAMILIESTOURISTS ANDTRAVELINGSFLRSMBN& 6.00 M. N.PER DAYJose Belsells.Jew Viqui y Kn.—Oaia.

INUEVO HOTEL Y RESTAURANT "MODELO"Ernie I 16cdo.Portal MercaderesNArn. 4.Aynrtado, 79.Telefono. 52.OAXACA.El6nioo quo rouesTodo confort.Departamentoscon Bano, Aguaeorrieute eu todos los cuartos.ESMERA DA ATF NCI ONRI preferido porlas Familias,Agentes Via7e.ros y Turistas.Cocins Espseole,Mexicansy Enncesa.PRF.CIOS:CosrtuyCotnidade 3.00 4.00y 6.00 por diaJOSE BALSELLS.

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N. LAREDO, Tamps.ON THE "LAREDO MEXICO CITY" ROAD 3 PLANS OF MAIN CITIES 44L04f.-Regis Hotel.C. VICTORIA.Tamps.Q5CALLELi?L ] Dq1u I. -Inle alional BrldgElnnI 1UU , Liuu JL@TO«nMARTIN'S -jg 2 qCCCCZqIYJLO a eCLcre lJiJLJ4i 611[,f.-Gonzalez Hotel.2.-Modelo Hotel.[3.-Victoria Hotel.4.-Arreola Boarding House.5.-Barella Boarding House.6.-Palacio Hotel.7.-"Aguila" Service Station.8.-P. 0. and TelegraphTO LAR5ErT CARRETERA NACIONAInC2.-American Embassy.3.-Chapullepec Castle.4.-University Club.5.-Monument to the Revolution.6.-Fronton Mexico.Consulate.7.-American8.-Alameda.9.-Fine Arts Palace.10.--Central Post Office.11.-Sanborus.12.-Telegraph Office.13.-National Railways 0f/it.14.-Mexican Railway Office.f5.-Cathedral.16.-National Museum.17. National Palace.18.-City Hall.f9.-Colonia Nat'l. Rya. Sta.20. Mexican Railway Station.21.-Bull Ring.22.-Ritz Hotel.23.-Bank of .Mexico.24. National City Bank.2.5. Geneve Hotel.26.-Imperial Hotel.27.-Gobernacion Departme d.VILLA JUAREZ, Tamps.q1.- Aguila"Gas. &2.-Monterrey Hotel.1n 5 3.-Railway Station.4.-Mante Hotel.Plaza.6.-p.6.- P. 0. and TedTO TENAYUCAwC,OE -ROA, ACALZNONOALD O ISJE MEXICO ,,.NLINARES,N. L. Ail'2.-Customs' Office. 17TERA NACIONAL3.-Immigration Office.1.-"Aguila" Gas. & Lubricants.4.-Tourist Office.2. -Railway Station.5.-Juarez Plaza.3.-Ramat Hotel.6.-Sabinas Hotel.4.-Casino.7.-Cadillac Cafe.5.-"Agutila" Gasoline Statrot8.-Public Market.f.-Monterrey Casino.6.-Cathedral.9.-Longoria Hotel.2.-American Consulate.7.-P. 0. and Telegraph10. National Bank.3.-Foreign Club.li11.-Porcenir Cafe.4.-Terpsichore Gardens.12.-Chamber of Commerce.5.-P. 0. and Telegraph.]'-If II-Ifhn 13.-Hidalgo Plaza.6.-Ind. Credit Bank.14. -Rendon Hotel.027. Bank of Mexico.1dONTERREY Iice Sta.15.-"Aguila" Service e8.-Bank of Nuevo Leon.16."Aguila" Service Sta.9.-National Bank. P17.-To Mexico City.f0.-Mercantil Bank.18.- 'C. 0. b." Cafe.i1.-Continental Hotel.19.-Bonds.12.-Monterrey Hotel.JLJUUuu20.-Laredo MercantilBank.ir13. Ancira Hotel.21.-Buses to Monterrey.14.-Colonial Hotel.22.-Shamrock Cafe.15.-Iturbide Hotel.23.-Bohemia Club.16.-Railway Station.24.-City Hall.17.-"Aguila" Service Sta.25.-P. 0. and Telegraph.18.-Immigration Office.26.-American Consulate.19.-"Aguila" Service Sta.27.-Plaza Mexico.20.-To Chipinque.21.-Monterrey Chamber ofCommerce and MexicanAutomobile Association.?2.-"Aguila" Service Sta. -20GIUJUDOC)D L n PI P0 Dr7nflL.PUEBLAANDTEHGACAH16flJLJUIJLJu,1'Jp nnu U annn I0LQ D 'L2 a 7[-JA7 IQ Jr'4WHEN IN MEXICO CITYVisitthefollowing' Agulls" Stations28 Gerona 2 Agullaco AGUILA ServiceStations. for thebest service youcan get anywhere.31 Co1an GarageWHEN IN MONTERREYWe suggest thorough checking of your car at AGUILA station (No. 17 on map) on corner of5 de Mayo and Zaragoza Streets. Englishspoken.TO VILLAOBREGONTO XOCHIMILCO CUERNAVACATAXCO ANDACAPULCOA convenient placeto park your car,near the downtown hotels.English spoken.

Pida estos sabrosos cocktails, enlas Cantinas de mas prestigioy en los Restaurants mas exclusivos.Si desea hacerlos en su casa .Compre una botella en su tienda favorita.KAYMAGUI, es un licor originalyexquisito,en cualquier forma enque se tome. - - - - - SOLO 0 EN COCKTAILS.Ofrezca a sus invitados algo queles ha de agradai. No se preocupe poi tenet muchos licores. Unabotella de KAYMAGUI, le harkquedar bien, siempre.UL tribuidor Exclusive:JOSE MIGUEL VICENTAv Madero 67 Desp. 514 Apdo, 2826Te s.: Mex. L-42-13 J-94-05Eric.: 3-41-38 2-82-05Mdxico D. F.KAYMAGUIan oxotic liqueur made with thefinest ingredients obtainable, is theonly one particularly adaptedtobe served in many d erent forms:As an after-dinner coffee it isdelicious; can be mixedwithh creamor be served as demmittasse orasa liqueur.This is the only liqueur knownto-date that can be mixed withstrong liquors, such as brandy,gin, whiskey, etc.; and any number of different cocktails can beprepared with it, to suit as manyvaried tastes for unique drinks.Exclusive Distributor.:90SE MIGUEL VICENTAv. Madero 67 Desp. 514 P.O.Box 2826 lets: Mex. L.-42-t3.J. 9t.O5Eric: 3-41.38.2-82-o5Mix/co. D. T.

KAYMAGUI CARIOCO-/Una pane Kaymagul.'Media parts Cognacde } uevo,. lY. J'cream,ipagnedn deeccdmos-UAYMAGUIKAYMAGUI CARABAt IIZ- OI-D'AMOU I It eui.IIa o Ron.a e remade e.picado y sirvanadbrnesofEh tcoc ctail gla a ae hen r! So, she wouldn't, eh? Givrioca . and let hthfjibebe her guide.Itnese co ailsspeak perfect Frenchleast you'll think so. or at!Oh Boyj

OARCISORespo(EL VICHY DE AMERICA)GARCI CRESPO, Pue.RE PUBLICA MEXICANA

CO ME TO "GARCI - CRESPO" - THE VICHY OF AMERICAMEXICO'SSM O ST MODE RNHE ALTH R. E S O R TGARCI - CRESPO,Mineral Springs andHealth Resort, in theState of Puebla, south ofMexico City, where onemay rest and exercise,enjoy a real vacation-inluxurious comfort andwith every modern convenience, including thefinest meals in the entireRepublic of Mexico.Unquestionably Mexico's finest upto-date and complete resort forpleasure, health, recreation and rest.Allof the roomsof the HotelGarcl Crespoaremostfurnishedanddecorated In thetaste. exquisite-'The guestat Gate'Crespo enjoys the mostViewtheHotelgorgeousJo- refinedand luxuriousacby ofoftheCardeomodationsin nd tobeautywR:, comfort — where nod,the ,Hostdate hotel.ing is lacking for theof theupContinent.traveller and visitor seeking the best of eel perfectlyathome.GARCI-CRESPO, a Paradise for the Vacationist, as wellas for those seeking a quiet and peaceful haven of rest. .s ' It is here the world famous mineral springs that havemade the name of Garci-Crespo famous the world overare located. in fact, the tremendous popularity of thissplendid .health water, which is bottled and sold in manycountries, is the reason for the recent conInteriorof oneof theroomsdecoralel'struction of the new and modern health rethroughoutwinativemosaics.threstful place undersort known as GARCI-CRESPO.rature.an ideal temoc--

IT IS ECONOMICAL ATGARCI-CRESPOTHE HOTEL GARCI-CRESPO,unquestionably the most elegant,most modern and complete resortin the entire republic of Mexico,is at the same time the mostECONOMICAL hotel to spend afew days, weeks or even months,for arest and vacation. All ratesinclude meals, rooms with bath orshower, use of swimming pool, andfull privileges.ROOMS WITH BATH ORSHOWER AND MEALSONLY TEN PESOS A DAYAND UP.The Hotel Garci-Crespo is located atGarci-Crespo in the State of-Puebla, onehour and half from the city of Puebla.For further details or reservationswrite or phoneDIRECTORHOTEL GARCI CRESPO,Garci-Crespo, Estada de Puebla.El-The finest clay tennis cooguest to a game before hisThis great swimming pool andbeach, constructed at a cost ofV iew of th!:Laboratory,thousands of pesos, is a showplaceas well as paradise of recreationtcataandPlantBungalowsforyoung and old. Bathing in the:vatcurative Garci - Crespo mineralwaters and basking in a southern sun are healthstimulants that brings hundreds from the worldover. A uniform body-temperature makes swimming agreeably pleasant, while three differentwaters of different spring; constantly flow to'keep the pool as pure and clean as a mountainstream.

AT1ON - . - RESTHorse-back riding around thenearby hill, and valleys forthose who prefer this exercisefar front the hustle of thetown.u.rlA TRIP YOU'LL NEVER FORGETFran Mexico City to Garci-Crespo one has thethrill of as beautiful a motor trip as can be foundanywhere. Thru mountain ranges over paved highways, passing the famous volcanos, Ixtlaccihuatland Popocatepetl, the valley of Cholula with its"hundreds of colonial cupolas",the agricultural valleys beyond—and then from Puebla to GarciCrespo. Three and a half hours ofthrilling scenery —Mother Nature ather best.THE SPRINGSGuests at Garci - Crespo,when first they visit thefamous subterranean tun nels leading to each of themany springs all builtover a period of manyof labor,long yearsI pause and marvel atthe scientific arrangementwhereby the natural purities of these mineral waters are protectedfrom sunlight, rain, or dust. From the sketchbelow one can see the manner in which thevarious springs are protected. Nowhere in theworld will one find natural mineral waters soscientifically harnessed in a manner that sothoroughly protects its healthful character.courts Invite thehis regular swim.Entrance to the subterraneantunnels and sketch showing theprotecting tunnels.GARCI-CRESPO MINERAL WATERIS GOOD FOR THE HEALTHBecause of the impossibility of transcribingin so short a-space all of the tests that havebeen made of our mineral waters, we quotean abstract below or Garci-Crespo waterstaken from a study recently published bythe Geological Institute of the National University of Mexico, which reads as follows:"The presence of litium was proved bothchemically and by means of the spectrum. .this is of the greatest importance as this metal gives the waterits efficiency toA N At Y S I increase biliar andurinary secretionas also to causeComposieion Gramosporntro;dissolution of0.040r'stones ". This" i020.332""Ca Coswater has given0.042""Fe CO3also good results0.208""Mg CO3in the treatment0.131""Na2 04of biliar cattarh,0.060""Li CIkidney congestions0.096""K CIand arthritis in0.135,,"NaCIview of its uricI Na28 070.067acid dissolvingproperties".

3NLiiaGARCI-oRESPQ MINERAL WATER ANDQFRUIT SALTS SYMBOLS OF HEALTHThese famous health-giving products areacclaimed by leading medical authorities asnot only an aid to digestion, as well as anextremely mild laxative, but as products ofpotential curative powers forintestinal a n dkidneyailments.gall stones, etc.Physiciansprescribe Oarci-Crespo whilethe generalp u b lie alwaysprefer Q a r c iCrespo. awater that enjoys health andcurative valuesand at the sametime has proved a most popular beveragebecause of itsdelicious.refreshingqualities.r /,UFao 1(EL VICHY DEThe unusual underground construction,consisting of thousands of feet of tunnels,with cement lined pools and passagewaysfor the subterranean springs to pass04through are the result of more than thirtyyears of careful study, experimentationand investigation, It is because of thisythat the famous Garci-Orespo mineral50waters have been so highly lauded fortheir therapeutic, health-restoring qualitrties. Unequalled in purity, the GarciCrespo waters, as shown by the analysesmade by the Institute of Geology of theMexican National University, is undoubt-w4tLIMTtB OceF R.- Aa «.i . .0 n E'a6 . age e t C y a E y ;,e Na -0g«ate 6 Ay4tiis-;.004-edly one of the world's finest healthr a,beverages.X a nY nrV5DistilREPUBLICA MEt ICA

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