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2 The Salt TjATCf) Texbthstb: Sunday Morning-, February 21, 1904. 1
I': DEPARTMENT HEADS
!; . IGNORING THE MAYOR
" Will Re tain Their Subordinates in the City Offices and Await
; the Action of the Courts as
! to Pay.
I 1
I Mayor Morris will bo Ignored by the
several heada of departments In the city
government, do far as his letter notify
ing them that the payrools of the em
ployees will be held up, is concerned.
This has beon generally agreed on.
, Able attorneys of the city have been
consulted on the question, and it Is an
.almost uniform opinion of the lawyers
' that the Mayor's premises will not bo
Indorsed by the courts.
One lawyer snld that the subordinates
of the departments could remain In
their respective stations Indefinitely,
and that they must be paid until their
successors are legally employed. A
man, It 19 held, who does hlo work ac
cording to the instructions of the chief
, of department, must be paid for his
5 services as though thero was not the
, slightest frJotion In the city government,
and the threat to hold up the payrolls
Is characterized as the merest twaddle.
Mayor Morris made a bluff to the Re- I
publican majority in the Council and I
his arbitrary stand on the patronage i
I. Cbiircft Jjpesnistietiis.
y Methodist.
;'' IHft M, E. church, Ninth East and First
!' 1 South, Daniel M. Holmlck, pastor Preach
lng at 11 a, m. by the Rev. John RIcholsen
'' of tho Westminster Presbyterian church
', of this city. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. by
tho pastor, subject, "Application of tho
Golden Rule." Sunday-school at 10 a. m.; ,
Ep worth League, C:30 p. m. Miss Kathryn '
Riddle will sing a solo at tho morning ser- '
vice. A cordial Invitation to all theso I
services. Scata froe.
Liberty Park M. R church Sunday- 1
school at 10 a. m ; preaching at 11 a, m.
' by tho Rev. V. M. Dowoy; class meeting
I at 12 m, : Junior League at 3.30 p. m
Harriett Laney. superintendent; song sor
vlco, 6:15. At 6 30 tho servlco will bo for tho
benefit of tho Freedman's Aid and South
ern Education socloty of tho church.
There will be speaking and singing appro
priate to tho occasion. Epworth Lcaguo
at C:C0 p. m. A cordial wclcomo to every-
, uouy. iouis i. uaucy, pastor.
Hj Christian.
Central Christian church, corner Third
East and Fourth South streets Preaching
at 1 la. m. and at 7:45 p. m. by Dr. T. w.
1 Plnkerton. Mrs. Martha Royle King vll L
i sing, "Pea.ce I Lcavo With You." by Pln-
i cy, at tho morning service, ana tho choir
1 uill sing "In The Blest Ever Moro" at the
ovcnlng service Sunday-school at 12:30 p.
m. Christian Endeavor at 630 p. m. Ju
ntor Endeavor at 4 p. m Tuesday. Praver
service Wednesday at S p. m. A cordial
Invitation Is extended to all to attend
these services.
German Lutheran.
1; First Sunday in Lent. Servlco In Gcr-
Hi man Sunday afternoon, 3 o'clock. Sunday-
Hj: cchool at 2 o'clock at Swedish church,
Second South and Fourth East. A full
attendance is desired at tomorrow's scr
l vice, The German-speaking public Is most
cordially Invited to attend. J, R. Gracb
ner, pastor, 647 South Second West.
First Unitarian. Society.
First Unitarian Society Services at tho
Unitarian church, 140 South Second East,
at 31 o'clock, the Rov. AV. H. Fish, Jr.,
pastor. Subject of Bermon, "Spiritual VI
slon " Tho Unity quartette will sing "At
Evening Time," and Miss Parson will sing
"Tho Flight of Ages." Sunday-school ana
Emerson class at 12.15. Tho Emerson class
will take up Emerson and Carlylo. At the
Sunday evening lecture at 7:30 Don Carlos
W. Musscr will speak on "Five Years In
the Philippines." Singing by tho Eutorpo
quartette and a piano solo by Miss Fannlo
Neal. On Wednesday aftomoon at 2:30
i at tho church parlor Mrs. W. H. Fish will
entertain tho ladles of tho Unity circle
and congregation at a Kensington, Thero
I will bo reading by the Rev. W. H. Fish.
Regular meeting of the Unity club on
' Friday, February 26th, at 8 o'clock. Spe-
W clal music by Mrs. Agnes Osbourno and
Miss Berkhoel.
Scientist.
H) First Church of Christ, Scientist, 33S
East Third South Sunday-school at 9M5
H' a. m ; church service at 11 a. m., subject,
W "Christ Jesus." Each Wednesday cven-
1 lng at S o'dlock a meeting Is held to listen
W to the testimonials of healing of both sin
and sickness. All arc welcome to theso
services. Frco reading-rooms open dally
from 10 a. m. to G p. m in rooms 607-60S
Scott-Strevcll building, 163 Main street
Tako elevator.
German Evangelical.
German Evangelical service at tho East
Sldo Baptist church, Third South and
Seventh East Sunday-school at 2 p. m.
Preaching at 3 p. m. Bible study Wednes
day at &' p. m. at pastor's homo. You aro
cordially invited. The Rov. G. A. Zlmmer,
J paat6r. Residence; &23 East Second South.
Episcopal.
St. Mark's cathedral, tho Vory Rov,
James B. Eddie, B. D.. dean First
Sunday In Lnt, February 21st: 7:30 a. m.,
holy communion; 9:45 a. m Sunday
V school; 11 a. m,, holy communion and the
fourth of a series of sermons on "Chris
H tlanlty and Evolution" "Evolution and
tho Croatlon"; 4 p. m., Bible class; 7:30 p.
m., evening prayer and address, "ChrlB
V tlan Socialism." Tho public Is cordially
Invited to attend the services.
St. Poter's chapel 3 p. m., Sunday-
school.
W St. Paul's church. Main and Fourth
South streets, Rev. Charlc3 E. Perkins,
B. D., rector. Services: S a. m., holy
communion; 9:43, Sunday-school; 11, morn
lng prayer, litany and sermon, "Right
Values": 7:30, evening prayer and serai on,
"Tho Lord's Prayer." Strangers and vls
llors aro cordially welcomed. All scats
St. John's chapel, Perkins's addition,
Mr B. W. E. Jenncns, lav reader. Ser
vices 2:45 p. m., Sunday-school; 4 p. m.,
evening prayer and address. Thursdays '
during Lont, servlco and address by the '
rector of St. Paul's church at 8 o'clock In
the evening. Persons residing In tho
neighborhood especially Invited.
Baptist.
F'"t- Baptist church, Second South anil
Second West, tho Rev. D A. Brown, pas
tor Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday-school at 12.15. F. J. Lucas, super
Intcndcnt. B. Y. P. U. at 6.30 p. m.. sub
Jcct, 'Some Good Ways of Using tho Sab
bath." leader. Henry Jacobs. Monday
evening at S o'clock tho voung ladlea' Be
renn Bible class. Tuesday ovcnlng at 8
o clock the Young Men's Darko club.
Mtdnccday evening at 7:30 o'clock, the
regular mid-week prayer meeting. A wel
como to all.
Burlington Mission chanel, Indiana avo
and Navajo Btreet Sunday-school at
"'V pv,"?v G J- Badortscher, supcrlntond
trUr, Friday evening service at 7:30.
Grande Mission chapel. Second
South between Ninth and Tenth West
iunday-school at 10 o'clock a. m., Georgo
Paul, superintendent.
Tabernaclo Baptist church, C. O. Bootho,
pactor Services; At 11 a. m., lost: t
rrm:! XJ,V', Subject: "Laying Our
lroublc3 Beforo tho Lord." Sunday-school
atttr aonaon. At 7:80 p. m.t tost: Mallohl,
question hao led the majority to stand
ao a man for their respective rights. At
leust that Is the indication at thin time.
The Republican members insist that
they attempted to reach a fair agree
ment on the patronage- question, and
conceded to the Mayor even more places
than they fairly believed were Justly
due him. They oven proposed to split
tho number and toss a penny for the
odd place, but tho were treated, ns one
member of tho Council put it, "with
shameful contempt."
Now tho breach has grown so wide
that there le open war and. there may be.
no early end to It.
Until the Mayor and a majority of the
Council can get together the present
heads of departments will continue to
discharge their respective duties and
they and their subordinates will be en
titled to their pay as though there were
nothing Interfering.
"If Mayor Morris tries to keep faith
ful employees of the city from drawing
amounts due them for services regularly
performed," remarked a lawyer, "he will
lead the city into a legal contest that
will not only be expensive and needless,
but will result in the Mayor's discomfiture."
VJPu Subject. "Human Relations to God
Jsot Recognized."
East Sldo Baptist church, corner Third
South and Soventh East streets, Rov.
Frank Barnott, pastor. Regular servlco
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m with sermon by
Rev. Amos Weaver of Provo. Morning
subject, "Christ Glorlllcd Through the
Spirit ; evening subject, "Law Versus tho
Gospel." Sabbath-school at 12.15 p. m, E.
B. Brown superintendent; Christian En
deavor meeting at C:S0, Miss Emma
Thomson leader. A wolcome to all.
Congregational.
First Congregational Public sen-Ices at
11 o clock. Sermon by the pastor. Rov.
Elmer I. Goshen. Sunday-school at 12;30.
loung Peoplo's meeting at 6:15. Public
cordially Invited to all services.
Phillips Congregational church, Fifth
South and Seventh East. Rev. P. A. Slmp
kln, pastor. Services this day: Morning
sermon by Rev. J. C. Lincoln; evening
sermon by tho pastor; Sunday-school at
12:15; Christian endeavor at 0:30. All aro
cordially Invited to those services.
Presbyterian.
estminstor Presbyterian church At
tho 11 a. m. servlco tho Rov. D. M. Hel
mick of tho IlilT M. E. church will occupy
tho pulpit. Special muslo by a trio. A
patriotic sorvico will be held at 7 30 p. m ,
at which the pastor, tho Rev. John Rlch
e'sen. will speak of "Somo Lessons From
tho Life of tho Late Senator Mark Han
na.' Tho musical numbers will be a fea
ture. Third Presbyterian ohurch, Eloventh
Last and Washington avenue Preaching
at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. by Dr. Rankin of
Bngham City. At 1210 o'clock he will ad
dress the Sabbath-school on tho "Civil
,VaX:". AU are cordially Invited. Joslah
McClaln. pastor.
First Presbyterian church, corner Sec
ond East and Second South streets, W.
M. Padon, D. D.. pastor; John C. Lincoln,
assistant. Morning service,' 11 o'clock,
"The Sabbath -Was Mado for Man." Sunday-school,
12:30 p. m.: Junior Christian
Endeavor Hocloty, 4; Senior society. C 30;
evening servlco, 7.45, "St. John, tho Rove
lator, ' sixth sermon in series on tho Bi
ble. All aro cordially Invited
Southwest mission, corner Second West
and Mead streets. Sunday-school. 4 p. m.;
evening service, 7:45.
Lutheran.
Our Savior's Evangelical Lutheran
church. Fourth East between Fourth and
ilfth South Sunday services at 10:3") a
m. In English and 4 p. m. In Norwegian.
Tho Ladles' socloty will meet next Thurs
day afternoon with Mrs. Wittenberg, 515
Sixth street. Tho Young Peoplo's Luther
League will meet next Friday evening at
tho parsonago. You aro cordiallv invited
to attend. A G. H. Overn, pastor.
Becord It.
When the Century Owl has laid its
eggs and their young shall have died
of old age, It will still be on our records,
If he don't pay. Merchants' Protective
Association, scientific collectors of bad
debts. Top floor Commercial block.
Francis G. Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like ub."
EX-ARMY MAN GOES TO
PRISON FOR BIGAMY
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 20. Samuel C
Hazard, alias Hargreave, the WeBt
Pointer and former army officer, con
victed of bigamy, was sentenced to two
years In the State penitentiary today
COSTLY FIRE
FAMILY TERRACE
Building Owned by JL C. Hill and
Furniture of TenantB Damaged
to the, Extent of S30OO.
For over two hours yesterday firemen
battled with a blaze at Fifth South and
West Temple streets which threatened
the destruction of a four-house torraco
and an adjoining residence, with their
entire contents. Two and a half hours
after the alarm was turned In the fire
was- under control, after having com
pletely destroyed tho roof of the ter
race and entailing a loss of $3000.
Tho fire originated In the residence
of Richard G. Hartley, 7G West, Fifth
South street, supposedly from an ex
plosion of gasoline. Fire Chief Devlne
has been unablo to learn the exact
cause, but Is positive that gasoline In
some way became Ignited. One report
which has been sent to him states that
a woman engaged In the kitchen at the
time was cleaning her gloves with the
liquid. Another report says that a
gasoline stove exploded. The latter Is
corroborated by neighbors who claim to
have heard the explosion.
At any rate, tho fire started, and
started about as quickly as possible. It
completely enveloped the kitchen and,
leaping from a rear window, stretched
its yellow tongue to a window above.
Leaping inside, the fire took possession
of the room on the second floor, but
was prevented from spreading by tho
walls. Socking an outlet, It again
sought the window and, ljcklng its way,
crawled toward an opening Into tho
attic.
Once Inside It ran riot without inter
ruption. Firemen assert that the attlo
stretched- the entire length of the ter
race without a barrier or wall, and that
It was an ideal place for a blaze of
even Insignificant proportions to change
Into a destructive conflagration within
a second. Tho fire ran rapidly along tho
entire length of the attic and ta,egan to
shoot In various places from the roof.
Meanwhile the alarm had been turned
In and tho department from central
station and sub-stations Nos. 1 and 3
responded. Through an unknown cause
the alarm announced a fire at First
South and Fifth West streets Instead of
Fifth South and West Temple. After a
fruitless run to the place of the sup
posed lire the teams were turned and
stimcd threatening aspect.
From the kitchen, where it originated,
tho flames poured out of the windows.
Tho roof was penetrated in many
places and the lire shot high into the
sky. A huge crowd had congregated
and men, women and children thronged
the streets, almost preventing the ap
proach of the fire apparatus.
Soon four lines of hose, besides that
of the chemical engine, vere playing on
the fire. People who had assembled
readily turned themselves Into a volun
teer corps and assisted in removing
furniture and other articles from the
buildings. With the precaution and
Avlsdom of tho usual crowd at such
places, they tossed mirrors hastily
from the windows and carried mat
tresses down the steps. In that way
and by means of the huge volume of
water which fell from the upper stories
considerable furniture was destroyed.
The terrace includes the residences
at 72-7S West Fifth South street and
was the property of H. C. Hill. Insur
ance to the amount of $4000 wa3 carried
on the building, but none on the furni
ture or other contents. It is estimated
that the loss to the building will ap
proximate $2000, leaving a loss of $1000
on the contents. The occupants of the
terrace, in addition to Mr. Hartley's
family, were Oscar Groshell and fam
ily, Benjamin Heymanson and family
and F. L. Boynton and family.
McCoy's livery stablo for carriages
and light livery. Telephone SI.
WEEKLY HEALTH REPORT,
The report of tho Board of Health for
tho week ending February 20th shows a
report of 34 births, 19 of this number be
ing males and 15 females. Tho death re
port for the same porlod numbered 23, of
which 17 were males and 11 fomales.
Four cases of scarlet fover were report
ed during tho wook. Ono caso of diph
theria ro.naincd from last report. There
were no new cases reported at the close
of this roport. Thero were four cases of
smallppx In quarantine Thero was ono
caso removed, leaving threo cases In tho
city at tho closo of this report. Six cases
of whooping cough wero also roportcd.
It Manh0c1, 1
sXJ delicate boy, the
237"35sp r " spindling boy, the pimplb-
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Strsaparillal
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1 the muscles and bones, promotes mental and HS
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W " I have used Hood's 6arsaparflla for years, giving
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mg Btomacbs. It has always proved a bjesaiug, It tones the
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Forest Grove, Oregon. n
If Thore Is BHIounnoM or Constipation, Hood's Fills I
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Thoosaeds of Women Have Kidney
Trouble and Never Suspect It.
AlmoBt ovory one, from personal experionco, knows that tho effects of any kind of severe physical strain
are felt, first of nil, In tho small of tho back in other words, in thoso Vital Organs, tho Kidnoyn. This is ns
truo in the caso of tho very powerful as it is with one of lesB strength, and It is especially true -whenever tho
kidneys are weak or out of order.
The Groat Kidney Kemedy, Swamp-Koot, strengthens tho kidneys and through them help3 all the other
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WOMEN suffer untoldi ml&ery because the nature of their disease is not always correctly understood In many
cases when doctoring, they are led to believe that womb trouble or female weakness of somo sort Ib responsible for their
lllo. when In fact disordered kidneys are the chief cause of their distressing troubles. Perhaps you suffer almost contln- i
ually with pain In tho back, bearlnc-down feelings, headache and utter exhaustion.
Didn't Know I Mad
Kidney Troufole.
I had, tried so many remcdlc3 without
their having benonted me that I was
about discouraged, but In a few days af-
ter taking: your wonderful Swamp-Root I
besan to foM better
I was out of health and run down gen
erally; had no appetlto, was dizzy and
suffered with headache most of tho time.
I did not know that my kidneys woro tho
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1G "West Linden SL, Atlanta, Qa.
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Your
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l Early shoppers are taking ad- i
riyif-i) vantage of our advance showing I
fer&S' " f Sl)rin Suits Topcoats in I
our ys' Department.
f$MMkk flf Others are taking advantage of g
lfSS Jfi tlie reduced Pces on the remain- I
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""Ito zt Qnd 0vercoats for Boys. j
! llwT Either way, you'll find good
ilwWl'l choosing.
1 ifF w 'A'nd wil1 have no troul)le in
m M M finding what you want.
IjS v Wo? now you have the stooka ot
, two seasons to select from.
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SwampRoot a Bless
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was obliged to pass water very often night
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ID Nassau St., Brooklyn, N. T.
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for VQU Evefy Reader of The Tribune May Have a Sample
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JOSEPH ZIRBE
AGENT,
19 W. First SouthJy1
IS
ANNUAL STATEMENT 3i '
For tho year ending December 31
of tho condition of tho .rt
German Insurance Comp
L Tho name and location of thoj
pany. German Insurance Coin
Frcoport, Illinois. j tft4'
2. Namo of President- C. O. Call fcf
3. Nanio of Secretary. Wm. Trem
L The amount of Its capital ?'
atock la t i."
5. Tho amount of ltB capital a s,
atock paid up la 33 tfl
6. Tho amount of Its assets 4 V..
IS g (JQj Aj
7. Tho amount of Ita llablll- ' j A
tlca (Including capital) I3 3.C0I 1 . 1
8. Tho amount of lt3 In-
como during tho preced- 2
lng calondar year 3,073 rK
9. Tho amount of Its expen- ' l'$
dltures during the pre-
ceding calendar year ... ZATQ j&i,
10. Tho amount of losses 9, ',fi
paid during tho pre- fi
coding calondar year . ,2Ji fcl;
n. ne amount or risks -writ- , i.
ton during tho year ... . 251,28(1 lid
12. Tho amount of risks In t pi
forco at tho end of ? V.v
tho year
Stato of Utah, Office of tho Scoreti si k
Stato. S3. ' u
I, James T. Hammond, Secrctar 0
State of tho State of Utah, do h '"
certify that tho above-named lost
company has flled In my ornco a da 1 It
statement of Its condition, froml'
tho foregoing statement has been Jv;
pared, and that tho said compan-
In all other respects complied wltl "3'
laws of tlie State relating to insura I
In testimony whereof I hitvo hei flia
eot my hand and affixed tho greal Ja
of tho Stato of Utah, this elovcntl 71,
of February, A. D. 1WM.
(Seal.) J. H HAMMON a I
Secretary of S
! cilt
SPECIAL
50 Percent Ri
Off tan fflS
Rockers mh ipift
and Chairs sftp
One week only, mtKv:
common clng WSnjtW
February 15th, tf&ze&ttxtia JKi
Sco them In PYMw'1
window. Terms, f&gwr g
ll on 110. $10 on VWmr-4.
5100; no Interest. iTcrtr.
I. X. L. Furniture & Carpetl
stallmont House, '
P. A. Soronson, Prop. S B. 2ndrf
SOME BUSINESS BARGAINl tpq,
Bowling alley, 6 alleys coapleto, S ip;.
ton, Cal. ft 1 7j
Ico bus., Ico houso and pond, 24-M
house and 4 a., Cooporsburg, Pa. J 5-
Stock drugs, books, paints, wall t Sl
etc., and bus., Horso Cave, Ky., JTOOCM Ft
Furnished hotel prop., 6 a.i on Lakoi ia
nomowoc, "Waukesha co,, Wis.; beai
location. ijc
Four-story hotel, Poto3koy. Midi, j.
guest rooms; all mod. convs.; comp;
furnished. t
Carriago mfg. and repairing, nora ftc!
lng bus., shop and 3tock, Stafford opt v Dr
Conn. , J -KfM
Qonl. mdse. bus., stock, store, dwel f.
lot. Buckingham. Pa.; woU est, tradi . ;
"Well eoj)d. sanitarium and hospital, W
dover, N. Y. : 1 a. ; est. reputation; ld -ni
Wtivn. , , ,. i !
M. OSTRANDBR, N. A. Bldff., fj t
k Jc
V 5R
Tf.-nAT. ESTATE BARGAINS;
CaL, Stanlalous Co.. lino 2 A. f ara a
Lob Angolca, good bldg. lot, Hi , ua
Tract. . . ns
Colo.. Mcaa Co., 20 a,, Impts,: half.J
Colorado Springs, 2 lino cottages o
grounds. , M ,f ij
Colo., nr. Nonvood, equd. farm, lj"..
Fla., Uttlo River, excellent 45 A. nit
fa"- , 4
ni., Galosburg, 10-r. Res, and lot J 6;;.
Ia., Audubon CO.. excellent SO A WJ .
Das iMolnes. 30 A.. V ml. from Bus.;
tcr. admlrablo located for platUng. v J.1
Kan., Kingman Co., enpd. farm, M; -Mass.,
Southampton, 7-r. houso andj'
Mich.. G-onesoo Co-, lino 212 A farm KK
Mo.. Riploy Co., &) A. eqpd. farm, f
Omaha, good $-r. houso and lot. J
N. H.. Bath. Grafton Co.. ftnoW
cstaU:, 700 A.; bldgB. Ui fino condldon., 7ffe
N. Y.rClty, Rlverhead. 2 bldff. lots, j -
. N. Y., Ulster Co,, opposlto KlngsKJ .
A.: fino largo mansion, outbiuss.,. &
right. land highly cult., valuabio dfln j
moulding sand; portion specially mui l
for bldg. lots. ., ,f.
N. Y.. E. Pembroke. 8-r. houso ana
N.D., Benson Co., good 173 A. farm 1"
Okla., nr. Hcnnesdoy. 24 A. and imp;
Oro Columbia Co.. SO A. and ImpW.
Oro., Umatilla Co., Ono farm.
T?a'Monroo Co.. U0 A. and l3iy.j f!ei
Pa., Bdillng Springs. -r. cottage VM. H
Tonn.. Sumner Co., 75 A. and mpM.; . r
Vt, Windham Co.. 200 A. and Impta- 0
"Wash.. Evorott. 2 flno bldg. lots. .
"W. M. OSTRiUTDEIl, N. A. Bldg-
Desky's Big Salejg
205 So. Main and 10 East SeA
ond South, mk

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