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Hi 10 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1912. I
I BEGisrniis WEEK
Hf Demolition of Wells-Fa rgo
B Building- Will Be Started
H Monday or Tuesday.
B TO RUSH OPERATIONS
BIS Financial Establishment Will
Kh Be for Benefit of Farmers
Bp and Stocky rowers.
I Tile work of tearing out the "Wclls-J-argo
building to malco room for the new
modern building for the Farmers &
Slockgrowern bank will bo started to
morrow or Tuesday and will b rushed.
Tho architects, 75on Carlos Young, Jr.,
and F, D. Hloore. have not completed (he
details of tho building, although parlH
of thu pinna liavc been submitted to the
White Utah stone, with Utah marble
trlminlnsn, will form the front of tins
f-true lure and the rest of the building
M III bo of atocl and cemonl. Speaking of
tho new bank, C. IS. Stcwarl. one of its
must ffi-dcnt promoters, yesterday said:
Tlio bank in by no menus of a sud
den growth and neither Is It all that
we hope to do for the farmers and
vtoclcgvoweiy of this and neighboring
states. AVu liavo been working on
tlifi plans about rour years, although
It Ih only lately that we have received
subscriptions for tho bunk. Local
bank3 do not carry the sheepmen no
that they can hold their wool for good
prices, and as a fonseiucncc tho
money comcfi from tho ea.st or from
Gjljjil J'ortland and tho wool in sent from
wM tho intcrmouutaln country at low
ifSj Easterners Benefit.
ktlTj I know of ono eastern banking
JgijJ houao that has moro than $i!50,000
8Mj drawing Interest In tho neighborhood
!fl of Tlcbcr. It alao has the v.'ool rrom
that neighborhood in eastern Tva.ro
Mjjj Jiouaea and will get all tho benefit of
fl advanced prices. Alvo a Portland
gia bank haa money out within a hun-
gSg drcd miles of Salt "Lake City,
fjjlj VTq bclicvo this is all wrong and
)mi that the money should remain in
gifj I'tali. Our plan is to build ware-
tujl house.'! for wool and steel elevator.'?
jfgjp for the fanners' produce and then to
tsfftj advance the money for the slock-
fjj(l growers and the farmers so they can
grt the best prices. Jn this way wc
hopn not only to keep Utah money
In Utah, but to bring money from
the surrounding Btates hero and at
tho saina time benefit those whoso
pntronago we solicit.
In regard to' tho. bank. It will bo
built as much as possible with Utah
materials. Tho Blrdseyc Marble com
pany has bought, yards Just west of
tho Denver & Rio Grando depot hi
this city anil lias ordered machinery
to be Installed hero for sawing and
pollslilns: marble which will be
brought from the quarries of the com
pany in the rough.
The raflroiid management of the
Denver it Rio Grande railroad lias
agreed to put a spur from the main
truck immediately for loading tho
marble. Tblu spur will be near Clin
ton and just vest of tho quarries. In
addition t'o the matCrlu'ls., the labor
Ion the building "will be done by Utah
men. from the work of the architect
to that of the common laborers.
Those who have subscribed for
fctock in the bank arc scattered all
over the intennounlain country and
when the organization Is complete
there will be twenty-live directors to
be welected from different parts of tho
country. While most of tlic stock lias
been taken and wealthy men havo
nsked for tho remainder, It Is de
sired to have It scattered as much
as possible and iherc is still a chanco
for the small stockgrowcr or farmer
to get in.
Followlng is a list of those who liave
already subscribed for stock In tho bank:
Joseph F. Smith, Ticed Smoot, Wil
liam Spry, Joseph Howell, Francis M.
Lyman, C. S. Tiugey. V. W. Armstrong.
( W. Penrose. Albert Fisher, David
Matlson, Jesse D. Jewkes. Fred C. lias
sett. K. 1L Calllstcr, A. It Barnes,
lames IS. Jennings. C. B. Stewart, J.
G. McAllister. John Strlngliam, J. W.
Houston. Henry M. Dinwoodey, JL M.
ennemore, William ,U. King. A. C.
Young. George Stringliam. N. T. Porter,
.1. T. Kingsbury, 11. P. Morris. Edward
Rosenbaum, Richard KJotting, Horace
J r. Cummlngs, Moroni Helner. Thomas
Smart, Benner X. Smith, JJathonlhah
Thomas, Samuel W. Stewart. Stephen
J i. Love, Dr. Fred Stauffer, Dr. Samuel
TL Allen. X. S. Spencer. P. S. Williams.
J. G. McDonald. J Ji. Flick, A. H.
Woollcy, W. K. Williams, Hyrum Silver,
Kdwavd E- Jenkins. J. P. Gardner,
Georgo W. Mlddleton, Andrew Smith,
Jr., J. T. Hammond, Oliver Hodgson.
Dr. 13. F- Root. Hancock Bros.. Dr.
W, T. Cannon, Joseph A Jennings, M.
R. "Evans. Hay Van Cott. C W. Morse,
W. II. Dickson. Russell G. Schulder,
Frank B, fjtenhens, A. D. Hashimoto,
Henry Stringliam, Stringham Bros,
company, J. J- Thomas. .Joseph S.
Hyde, C H. Sorenson. Jj. W. Snow.
Daniel Mackay, D. 12. .'Law, Brigham
Sellers, George IT. Hornc, Arthur F.
Barnes, Bywater & Groo, J. M. Ras
musscn, M. liugenc Holt, A. J. Beaver,
H. P. Cole. Joseph William Taylor,
Citorge TC. Lawrence. George F. Felt, K.
H . Clarke. O. P. Bldredse. Georgo G.
f-'avacc, MInnio 13, Fabian, F. J. Fa'olan,
William Service D. IT. Christcnson, I.
I.:. Wllley, Amasa Aldrich. David C
Dart. Frank R. Snow. Levi Edgar
Young. George Roper, M. J. Abbey. IT.
Van Cott, J. D. Carter. J. A- Headlund,
J. S. White, W. H. Folland, David R.
Lyon. V. TP. Plielps. C. W. Johnson. W.
G. Romney, Clarence Xeslen, W. J.
Lewis, R. II, Winder. Frank K. cho
ker, Alex 15. Carr. J. S. Bodcll, E. U
Slonn. C. W. Peck. TT, S. Peck. Gor
don D. Peck. Guy U3. Peclt. Harry llan
fion, W. M. Calllstcr. 13. F. Kedtnan, A.
S. Hatfield. 10. Smith. S. C. Dallls, V.
'I'. Ooonor, Walter Komiiey. Fdgar A.
Ucrlng. I-'. N"; Paulfen. S. It. Kelly. W.
A. Rogers, C. U. VlgUB, Charles Hcinor.
Hcurv Jacobs. IJcrklcy Olscn. J. Jl.
llamfln, Charles (. Pcclt, Milton U.
Bltnci Dr. A. J. Stewart. J. C. Uilid.
Li-wls X. Knight. A- Motntyre, C. ;V.
Dauslc. Walter Dannie, Ar. A. Wilson,
James Sabine. Mrs. Wanchu J I. .Scarlet.
Jacob AV. Jensen. A. G. Dyer. Jr. ICd
wln WHulil, It. II. Kurdlcv. A. 13. Dra
by. Loo W. Moyors, W. 11. Marsh. W.
M. Slookuy, AJborl Smith. J. ii. Dunn.
Mayino JorgeiiHcn. A. Wilson, Cun
non Sc Kctzcr, P. P. Musser. M. J. Feth
erolf, C. F. Bray. J. A. Brown. Frank
W. Moon, J. D. Watson. EH A. Folland.
Wlllard Done, L. J. Dull, Louis Samp
son. Mrs. Mary K. Uroiighall. J. K.
lSvarus J. C. Hanchetl. 1 1. W. Davis.
D. 3. Wcrthisriuu, F. S. Plokcring. 13.
13. MoMlchael. It. 13. Miller. J. A.
I3rIckson. JO. L. Saunders. Harden Roii
nlon. Julius Frumkln, Harry S. Joseph,
J. M. iWbcker. Hellcn Kaihryn Brough-'
all, K. II. Underbill, James W. Don kin.
W. W. Hcclcslcad, WiUord Moyle, Dr.
lirncst Van Coll. A. M. GohIIii, It.
Davis. 11. Anderson, J. W. Ilunyun,
Horace Slayncr. Jomci)Ii L. Smith, A. B.
Apperson, Frank S. Untoh, C. ). Snell,
Dr. I... M. Harding. Dr. .1. C. Koblaon.
Albert Fisher, Ruby Williams. Mik. A.
C. Yomic. J. 13. Rlsxbv. A. Ulgcrcii,
A. J. Klggicn. S. 13. FJggrfu, Sul Ros
enbaum. Horace M. CummhiKH. Mr.'.
Hcnrlclte iAIcMlchacl. all or Salt Lake
is. S. NIelson of Mount Pleasant : V .
13. Warren of Cheyenne. Wyo.; C. D.
Clarlc of Hvauslon. AV.yo.; Wllford Day
of Pa rowan; William D. Sutton of Park
City; Joseph Hodges of Garden City; N.
P. Aaganl of Fountain Green; John V
Konnle, W. C. Blyth, Thomas Ulyth of
Evanston, Wyo.; John U. Mariln of Iflv
anslon, Wyo.; J. 1. Sovy of PanguitUi;
13. T. Harding of Provo; .lohii l' Spen
cer of Randolph; John Spires of Udon;
Isaai; J. Dunyon of 'Draper; Axel niooiu
iulHt of Coalville: W. A. Crane of Ilcrri
mau; Dr. D. IS". While of Ugdeii; Levi .'.
Marina n and Carl Guinlcrson of I'rleo;
I j. R. Anderfion of Mantl, A. K- Hansen,
Wilson Bros, and John 13. Heppler ot
Rlchllcld; Pat Anderson ami Andrew Uld
royd of Glenwood: Wlllard Aildcrsou of
VrcrinIIIIon ; Parley Anderson of lllch
tleld; Alma M.uglcby, William It. Collingrf,
Yorgciison brOthiTS, J. 13. Maglebi. An
ton Torgcnscn. P. P Washborn. Perry
Asay, Poter ChrlsllaiiBen, J. W. Olson, S.
A. ChrlKilanseii, Tuft oi.cn of Monroe-
S. M. Jorgcnsen, H. S. Aiidorsoii,
Carlos Rasmusscn, Joseph Colby. Charles
NIelson and John Scribble of Sallna; Jed
Siringham and Charles R. Maybey of
Bountiful: L. O. lloll'man and I?. It. Mc
Donald of Price: John AY. Tltoi'iiley" f
Kaysvlllc; G. A. Jversou. George G
Frendaeu. Carl R. Maivuson. Glaund
Bros., 73lcrro Jcaiiiichne. Moyiiier Bros..
llonorc Pussere and G. iV. Ifitchcbaciic of
Price; Phil Stringham, Harmon Howards.
John N". Davln and Wllbuni Sowards of
Vernal; John F White and Joseph B
Whlio of Paradise; Parley Anderson of
Perry, Ida.; AS. Anderson of Clcvclwoof,
Ida.; J. 13. Low of Soda Springs; L. S.
Smart of Ixjgan; James G. CYano of Mont
pelier, Ida.; P. Llnsay and George A.
UumphrcAS of Ovid, Ida.: Waller Find
lay of Paris, Ida.; Ahna Klndlay of
Bloomlngton: J. 11. Reader and Don li.
Colton of Vernal; N. .1. Hodges and
Thomas G. Tlodges of Cardm t'lty; R. A.
Jones. R. W. Roberts, J. W. Rlehins, J.
S. Faueclt. James Dcardeii and Georgo
Roberts, Jr.. of Heucfer; W. S". Rlgby of
Coalville; George CarLcr of Wanship; A.
H. Marchanl of Pooa; II. H. Slovens and
Georgo G. Stevens of Oakley; Rli'hard
Stringham of Bountiful: Li'vi It. Hoddloy
of Vernal: Alfred Powell. H. W. Woolley.
G. 13. Adams and Orson D. Caldei- of
Vernal; iybcrt Bruner, D. C Lee. W. J'".
Olson of Price: T. L. Allen and J. 13.
Pcttit of Coalville, Peter Ch-gg and J. C
Ormc of Tooele: Kephi J. Hansen of
Sugar House; Samuel Kcff of Calders
Station; Joseph M. Holt of South Jordan;
George J5. Girrard of Murray R, L. No 7;
W. W. Wilson, W. i Kukrc and Jamu?
Jensen of Sandy; John A. Sharp of
Twelfth South and Redwood: Joseph
Lindsay of Taylorsvllle; Sell) Pixton of
Rlvcrton: A. B. Adams, Carl Anderson
and J. H. Singleton of American Fork;
Starris Hatch of Woods Cross: C. J.
Weaver of Layton; John 'J'. Graham and
John W. Kurton of KaysvlIIc; Hyrum
Adama of Layton: IT. P. Thorson of Bear
River; Jensen Bros. & Co. of Geneva;
Alvord brothel's of BrJgha.m; lirncst Pe
terson of Hyrum; If. A. Pcderson, J. P.
Stewart, 13. J. Stewart and Albert Home
of Logan; S. C. Parkinson and Uriah
Wilkinson of Franklin. Ida.; Mecham
brothers of Preston. Ida.; B. R. Meek of
Logan: B. J. White of Cleveland. Ida.;
John Stoker, P. P. Willcy, Joseph J. Hol
brook, Alma Hardy, Christian Nelson and
W. J. Holbrook of Bountiful; S. C. How
ard of Wood3 Cross; Capital Mercantile
Co., C. S. Rampton n.nd Henry Moss of
Bountiful; G. S. Helner, John Helner,
Henry Helner, D. Heiner. James A. An
derson and Charles IVL Croft of Morgan;
C. W. Richards of Brigham; Dr. C. W.
Richards, Jr., of Bountiful; Mahonri Spen
cer of Muiray; Henry Harker of Murray;
H. J. Doolittlo of Tmnd; Frd F. Gun oC
Adamsvllle; J. Z. Stewart. Jr., and J. C
Allen of Ivogan; C. G. Gowans of Ogden;
M. C. Morris of Forest Dale; Jesse M.
Harman of Provo; Swen O. NTcIson of
Falrview; 13. O. Blodgett of Delta, Colo.;
R. Jones of Hebcr: James Auchisou, Jr.,
of Falrview; W. D. Candland and John
It. Scely of Mount Pleasant; Hugh
Sprlcper. Jr., of Centerville; Mary C. Mar
chant of Pcoa; James C. Jensen of He
ber: Shields & Stocking of Sandy; Cyrus
S. Stillman of Riuhlield: Keihi Duerdeu.
Elizabeth A. Mitchell, Eftie P. Eldredgo
and Clarence Eldredgo of Bountiful; C F.
Stillman of Calders Station; J. A, Corn
wall &. Son of Murray; Eliza .Tcnson ot
Sandy, Anna Junlen of Sandy; Sarah
Peterson and A. C. Candland of Provo;
George W. Watt of Layton; Samuel Perrv
of Sandy; R. White of Sandy; W. W. Er
canbrack and M. E. Ercanbrnek of Provo;
S. R. Brough of Lyman. Wyo,; George
Spencer of Evanston. Wyo.; P. W. Olson
of Cokevllle. Wyo.; Ernest A. White of
Brigham. Mary J. Rennlc of Evanston,
Wyo.; 13d. 13. Howe of Murray; R W.
Sev of Richfield; Wallace L. Shields,
Mary ID. Shields. Joseph Stocking and Hy
rum Stocking of Sandy; Kimball brothers
of Park City; Leo S. Snow of St. George;
Orson Cazier and George C. Whltniore of
i Nepal; J. E. Cordon of Logan; Walter
Hatch of Oxford, Ida.; II. T. Spencer ot
Garfield: E. H. Snow of St George: J.
R. Lango of Koosharem; Grant Y. Bul
lock of Coalville: II. T. Brown of Mantl;
T. J. Chlpman of American Fork, F. C.
Jensen of Mount Pleasant; Dr. O. W
French of Coalville; Mrs. E. H. Devel of
Centerville; Henry Bisel of Woodland;
Walter Steadman of Sandy; Myron D.
Higbeo of Cedar City; L. L. Baker of
Tooele; 13. J, Cummlngs of Heber; W. II.
Lyman of Parowan; David W. Thompson
of Ephraim: J. W. Webster of Rexburg.
Ida.; Axel Bloomqulst of Coalville; W. B.
Searle of Provo; A. J. Evan of Lchl; Ed-
H feMnclogs the Liver
II JP Ends Constipatioa
Hjffd The quiciwt, easiest and best way to put the fiver, bowels and stomach
Btt hi perfect condition is to use the purely vegetable
M CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS
M Imitations wont do they may look die wune they act differently use
Mf : Carter's Little Liver Piils to cure
, Constipation Torpid Liver Nervousness
Hp Biliousness Indigestion Loss of Appetite
K I Sick Headache Dizziness Sallow Skin
9 Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price. S?
j The GENUINE must bear signature
Misery Hates Sompany
Bat Loves TjZ
A TIJS Foot Bath on Reaching
Homo Will Make You Feel
Try It With a Free Trial Package
You ciinl. hide foot, niisev-. II. ruus
up into tlio not'ves. draws tlio uxpres
sion into tlio facu, niakos you look foot
nick. T1Z is for :11I people for hinds
of foot. Wlirllior it is corns, bunions,
diillilaius, calluses, or jwsl foot, TV.
causes nil rhoao acid inu'sons to coiiio
out. Fool pores :iro JiUvays cnbircd.
Nal iin.' inlcudod I hunt so. And 'VI'. was
dosipnod to aid natures: niillioiia know
tliiM l.o l)c ii fact. ")n you 7 Ciot :i -o
cont box of TV, al, onco mnl liavo your
sli:nv of fool, comfort. Any druggist,
dopartuiont ur goiiiral slonj, 'will supply
you. And for a fron trial puivk:ini',
wr:tp lo AVultcr but her Dodge & Co,
rSli: S. Wabash A.. Chicago, ill.
wan! D. Samuel? of Vernal: I!. V. Barnes
of Kanuis: Thomas BuUorlielil of Moirl
man: .James JL.. Wiathall and tJusluvc An
derson of Grantsvllle; CJcorpc Carson of
Salom: Kranz W Xuleon of Ijoan; John
11. Taco of Price.
ENII i GRIDE
WILL 8E ELECTRIFIED
(Continued, from Page One.)
velopment purposes and will lio able to
furnish power lo tlio railroad at a low
NUNN E'NJOINS 1
Special to Tho Tribune.
D13NVJ5R, Nov. Cliaifc-inp conspir
acy and an attempt lo defraud (ho mi
nority stockholders of approximately
51,000.001). b. O. Xunn today uppllcd for,
and late loniglit secured, a temporary In
junelion Jn the district court here halt
ing tho projiosed salo of tho Tellurlde
Power company, which was (scheduled to
tnko placo at Tellurlde, Colo., next Holi
T,hc proposed sale price, It Is asserted
by Nuim, who was formerly president of
the company and Is now a minority stock
holder, is 5G.C00.O00. The property, ac
cording to his statements in court, is
worth fully $10,000,000. Tin asserts that
the Electric Bond &. Shares company of
New York, together with St. Louis and
Cincinnati capitalists, havo conspired to
Kclher to purchase tho properlv at
$ 1.000.000 less than its value, after which
they propose to merse it with Utah and
Idaho plants lo furnish electric powor to
the Denver & J?lo Grande railroad for the
electrification of its entire Hue from Den
ver to S:ilt bake City, and also to fur
nish numerous cities, towns and indus
tries in the three slates with llsht and
GREAT INCREASE IN
TRAFFIC IN UTAH
Special to The Trihune.
NKW YORK, Nov. lG.Presidcnt B.
F. Bush of the Denver fc Tlio Grande,
in a letter dealing with KIo Grande
"Western first consolidated mortgage !
per cent honds, comments, In part, as
follows on the growth of traffic in the
territory served by the "Denver & Rio
Grand In Colorado and Utah:
"Tlio territory served by the Denver
Rio Grande railroad in Colorado and
Utah, and particularly that .section
served by the former Rio Grande "West
ern. Is unusually rich in natural re
sources and rapidly increasing in wealth
and populaton. Dulng the past four
years the revenue from tho products
of agriculture Increased over 100 per
cent. From 1905 to Juno 20. 1!U2, the
traffic of the company from products
of agriculture Increased 85. (J per cent;
from mlnou, 71J-1 per cent and from
manufacturing and general traffic, SI
BY A "STOOL PIGEON"
2I3W YORK. Nov. J 6. Money ad
vanced by Deput' Polico Commissioner
Dougherty to Benjamin Levy as a
"stool pigeon" was used to buy bur
glar tools with which a Broadway
feather store waa entered and $4000
worth of foathers stolen in a "frame
up" robbery, according to testimony
given by Lovy. before the aldennauic
inquiry into polico conditions today.
The witness related how tho detec
tives allowed h;ni to nscapo and how
thev stufl'od valuable plumes in their
pockets probably $1500 worth
! which the proprietor of tho store said
wore never returned to him.
Mayor Lunii Out on Bail.
LITTLE FALLS. N. Y., Nov. 16.
Mayor Luuu of Schcucctady -was re
leased this afternoon from tho Her
kimer county jail on furnishing bond
of irlOO pending tho appeal of his cane.
Tho mayor and hla counsel voro tho
Salt Ijakers in ITow York.
Special to The Tribune.
NJ3W ORlC. Nov. 36. Iformitagc,
H. Thompson; York, C, Ifpgntjy; HI.
Denis, "W. TP. Conrad, Ur3. "W. Conrad-
I One of Salt Lake's largest and finp
clothing stores, with its immense tJ
stocks, opens its batteries on regup
1 prices. CJThis great bargain event, bep
H six weeks ahead of the usual big clofc
H ig sales, will arouse men to purchfi
H winter clothing at sweeping reductiofi
500 Men's Choice Suits and djj( Tg' m
mm Overcoats, $15 and $18 values, P7, 3 C,:
fll at a Special Sale Price of ... . J.mmam. P;
iS The balance of our entire stock of clothing1, except bluesip
black, including the notable Chesterfield, the high qual;
Princeton makcand the swagger, stylish Vogue M
WMmt Suits for Young Men, University Students and H m
Sj High School Fellowsthe three best types of Jm
iH clothing made at the emphatic discount of . . . 'm
HH STOP A MINUTE -Jf -jZfTi
lfKf CHESTERFIELD Clothing is fine many business men who arc used to tailored clothes, Wh
t V i it i bifr TWfci ii" inffftil Chesterfield for years because of the perfect tailoring features. ?jpf
fjBSSg PRINCETON Clotting is the equal of any of the magazinc-advcrfciscd clothing it, too, is fins. Yol J
smmmMSM it because it fits so -well, loolcs oo well, and wears so well. There arc other makes and ali sUm-
lLif R irl Every suit in our large stock is tailored and jnade along the most approved lines. -m C
feS5j TKist of a ctoicc of 500 selected suiis, our leading, popular priced, new winter!!-
I $15.00 and $18.00, for $9.75. t
Tnink or a delectioa from tlie talance of' ouv new winter stock at 25 discount nov
fore cold wcatter oets la. j
Coming early in the season, before new stocks have been picked over, it will prove Salt Lake's Mm
clothing sale. OTHER STOCKS ARE INCLUDED. Read the good news. Lay in a supply.;
arc likely to need SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, SWEATER COATS, HATS, Now is the tin ta
BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS THREE LOTS WINTER e
1 Lot Boys' Reefer Overcoats, sizes 8 to 16, UNDERWEAR 1
values $7.50 to $12.50. Sale price $4.75 1 Lot, wortk $1.00 garment. Salepric jj
Lot Boys Suit, agei 9 and 15, values 1 Lot, wortli 1.25 garment. Salepric
$4.00 ai 55.00. Sale price . . . $2.95 1 Lot, wortn $1 50 and $2. Sale?! M
Lot Boys' Suits, all sizes, 55.00 and $6.00 DRESS SHIRTS Ii
values, bale price $4.1)1) i m ntt i c 1
J rnn $1.00 and $1.25 grade. Dale price .
SWEATER COATS Y L
1 Lot, $2.00, $2 50 and $3.00 values. Sale HATS
price $1.95 1 Lot Hat., $2.50 te $3.00 vaWJL
1 Lot, $1.25 values. Sale price 75c price Mf
MULLETT-KELLY CO. j
3&3hP the kind that always
1 J7fXJ:Sm:Mpi'i uc Brands as "Landers, Ferry
gg & Clai-k"and "Tree Brand" are
CUT GLASS w j ...
The celebrated "Hoare" line j fr
is always the best value. Se- JZ
now- we de' 'SS- V mtdwa Co;
' eis MAIN STREET. ;
i Honest Work ?
PalnleS3trncUonor teeth or
AU work Euaranteea.
j We Treat You W
I 0ff,C9 hloUrto 2?i3Ph0'nu