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TIIE ARIZONA REFTJBLICAX, 3IOXDAT MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1908.
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See our Toilet Sots, Perfumes, Hand Painted Clilna, Kodaks and
Fountain Pens and Cut Class for Christmas presents.
HARMER'S DRUG STORE.
Next Door to Post Office.
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OLD SANTA AS WELL AS OURSELVES
i" Invite you to make our store your headquarters during Holiday
X times. You will find a complete line of all the latest in Xmas
T LAIRD" & DINES, Druggists.
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Woolen Blankets Cheap
This cold weather calls for more bedding and for ten days only
we are going to offer our regular $6 and $G.'0 genuine Oregon Wool
lUankcts, regular 11-4 size, at
V. LUKIN CASH STORE
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Meals, C3 cents. Pleas
ant, airy rooms. Free
bus meets all trains.
Special Family Rates Upon
CALL AT EASTERWOOD'S j
And get a box of McDonald's Choco- I
lat'-s. The best in the world. If you
are not entirely satisfied return the (
Chocolates and we will refund your
la Real Estate, City or Country.
Money to Loan.
A. B. TOMLINSON,
Real Estate Agent and Notary Public.
Tempe - Arizona.
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entire stock of Cut Glass until Jan. 1. j
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Have jour own home. Interest
R. A. WINDES.
Real Estate, Loans & Insurance.
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We have a few odd pieces of
Fancy Dishes that we are sell
ing for just about half what
they are worth. Come in and
look at them, and you will bo
surprised how cheap they are.
Arizona Mercantile Co.
I Buy Your Tobacco
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Tit. It may be worth money. '
The most complete line of cigars
Y and tobaccos in town.
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THE HOBART BOSWORTH
Established in Los Angeles By a Man
Well Known in Tempe.
The many friends here of Hobart
Bosworth. the actor, will be pleased to
lej-.rn that in addition to his work in
I.os Angeles as stage director of the
lielaseo theater, ho has established
what is known as "The Hobart Hos
worth Institute of Dramatic Arts" in
the Hamburger Majestic theater build
ing. Mr. Hosworth has arranged to give
frequent performances upon the per
fectly equipped stage of the theater at
tached to the school, to which invita
tions will be issued to the friends and
rleatives of the students, and by which
iinans they will gain the advantage of
ap arances before sympathetic audi
ences so that they may become used
by easv transitions to facing the
greater audiences of the public per
formances. Mr. Iiosworth's whole life and train
ing has peculiarly fitted him for this
work. As an actor he has plaved in
every style of piece and spent ten
years under the watchful eve of Au
gustin Daly, the greatest stage mana
ger this continent has produced. He
played in many of the leading com-
anies in the east until ill health drove
him to the southwest, where he turn
ed landscape iainter and lecturer on
Shakespeare. It was at this period
that Mr. Hosworth made the acquain
tance of Tempe and Tempe people. He
spent several winters here and was so
much benefitted by the climate, that
being offered a flattering position in
Los Angeles, he f- lt sufficiently well
to accept it and has since that time,
made the California city his home. His
Tempo friends will be not a little
pleased to learn of his new venture
and wish it every success.
THE DECLAMATORY CONTEST.
There seems to be some question as
to the conditions which make a stu
dent eligible in the Student high
school declamatory contest, says the
Student. The conditions are the same
as in other years; that is, any student
who is attending a high school in the
territory is eligible as a representa
tive from his or her school. The pre
liminary contests are beginning to be
arranged in a number of the high
schools at this early date.
The new Popular restaurant, every
thing new, clean, and neat. The best
For sale, mesquite wood, stove length
IS. 00 per cord. Leave orders at Parry
Goodwin store. W. S. Austin.
The famous Hamilton Rrown rubber
boots. A fresh lot just In. Tou need
them for irrigating. W. Lukln Cash
Old Rutledge Whiskey, full quarts,
$1.00. Try it, Tempe House.
Finch and Carr, undertakers and em
balmers. Tempe, Phones, 1S1 Finch;
and 179, Carr.
Brown and white Leg
horns, Barred Plymouth
Rocks, R. L Red and
Black Minorca eggs for
Betting after Sept. 15.
$1.50 for 15.
C. W. ALEXANDER,
Calls Dala Poultry Farm,
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T TUESDAY NIGHT.
IN THE WINNING LIST
They Were Some Distance From the
Toys But Both Get Prizes.
As will be noted in the scholarship
story elsewhere in this morning's Re
publican Mildred Manley and Paul
Cornell, the Tempe representatives In
the contest, came within the winning
list. Paul being No. 8 and Mildred No.
9. There was a difference of a little
over a thousand in their final scores,
though Mildred kept in the lead of
Paul nearly all of the contest. Paul's
friends came to his aid at the lust
moment and on Saturday he collected
over a hundred dollars. Mildred was
not quito so fortunate and therein lay
the cause of her taking second place.
Though not as near the top as they
would like to be. both young people
will be well rewarded for their work,
though until those near the top have
made their selection of prizes, it will
be diflieulty to tell just what they will
For your spectacles, eye glasses and
other optical goods see Dr. Swigert, I"
H. Adams St. Phone Red 2641. Bring
your repair work to us.
NEW APARTMENT HOUSE
IS ABOUT COMPLETED
Already Some of the Apartments Are
Occupied: All Are in Demand.
The Miller arartment house on West
nth street is now practically completed
and already a number of the apart
ments have been rented. There has
been a lively demand for them and Mr.
Miller anticipates that they will all be
occupied in a very short time.
The long building consists of six
apartments, each consisting of four
spacious rooms, a screen porch and
bath room. The apartments are mod
els of convenience and are modern in
every respect, being equipped with
electric light and city water and ar
ranged f r hot water, should the rent
er desire to put in the heating appar
atus. The larg. building itself. Is an
attractive structure. , It has been con
structed on the Mission style with a
stucco finish. The rear yard will be
fenced with a high galvanized iron
fence, each backyard being separate
The front will have a neat grass pint
the full length of the bidding.
The completion of the building wiil
mean a good deal for Tempe as more
than one family has been turned awav
from the town this winter on account
of being unable to find suitable accom
modations. The apartments are being
rented by Mr. Miller unfurnished end
.it a reasonable rate.
In the first apartment on the east.
Dr. George Rubel will have an office,
that apartment having been arranged
especially for that purjioso.
A FOOL TRICK.
When a man puts new rafters In
the roof of his house thinking thereby
to strengthen the foundation, he does
a fool trick. It is Just as foolish to
take other remedies when a person
needs Sexine Pills. When you need
a tonic-builder, there is no use tak
ing anything else; for Sexine Pills do
it in half the time, and do it twice
as well. Trice $1 a Ixix, six boxes t't.
Absolutely guaranteed. Address or
call on Elvey 4. Hulett, where they
sell all the principal remedies and do
The Girl and the Motor.
Ry Hilda Ward; 120 pp.. cloth, il
lustrated. The Gas Engine Publishing
Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Irice $1.00.
The style of this book is that of a
gift edition, being printed on heavy
book paper with wide margins, a very
pretty type face and the binding is a
bright red cloth having a special typi
cal cover design. The five page illus
trations are from paintings by the
author and add to the grace of the
The book Is without the plot of a
novel, but has a bit of romance, a
snatch of the beautiful scenerv of
Long Island and a taste of the femi
nine that delights the mind and fre
quently provokes a laugh by the mirth
ful situations that occur. The tale is
the experience of the author a "mere
girl" who buys a small motor boat
and later a 20 H. P. automobile. With
out any previous experience with gaso
line engines, she naturally meets with
situations that call forth all the in
ventive temperament available. The
remedies that occur for instance, the
employing of "buttonholes for bolts
to go through" are often unique, but
always satisfactory. And the mechan
ical terms of the author show an abun
dance of keen perception and a rapid
grasp of things mechanical that one
seldom meets with in a "mere girl." Of
course, there are times when the "Mere
Man," the "Fairy of the Motor Cycle,"
and the "Master Mechanic" are neces
sary, for even the most observant and
heedful of persons will occasionally
find such need.
The foundation for the book is the
experiences of the author and they
leave a pleasant, fanciful sensation in
one's mind calling back many similar
trials and many pleasant hours that
each may have enjoyed himself. There
is no attempt at "preaching," and yet
the novice, and even the expert In gas
engines, will consciously or uncon
sciously absorb many a lesson on how
to care for these engines, how to avoid
and how to remedy troubles that may
arise. Nor need one be especially in
terested in motor boats and automo
biles to enjoy the novel experiences of
Call at the Hammond Auction House,
Thursday, for bargains in high class
Cull navel oranges at Crump's today.
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Sunday Morning Sermon at the Metho
The morning sermon at the Metho
dist church yesterday was based on
the text: "Rut the natural man re
celveth not the things of the Spirit of
God: for they are foolishness unto him;
neither can he know them, because
they are spiritually discerned."
Rev. A. L. Hawley said in part: "I
hope to show by illustrations and anal
ogies familiar to every one, that the
doctrine here laid down by Paul is
reasonable and In accord with well
known facts and usages of life. To
show this may help some one; he, for
example, who supposes religion and
mystery to be co-extensive. The one
great mystery is God all others are
but shadows thrown by that burning
Mystery and ignorance are co-extensive
things are mysterious because
we do not understand these cau'-s.
When the true Interpreter of God
shall arise ho will be able to show that
what Is distinctively known as the
Christian religion is only more mys
terious because it is more sublime than
any other part of the economy of life
and nature. How much we see de
pends on how much we are prepared to
see; and in the common things of life
use all possible mediums to assist our
natural powers: yet it has strangely
come to pass that men have asserted
he ability of unaided natural powers
to search the deep things of God.
For Instance. Here is a beautiful
diamond whose wondrous lustre moves
you to exclaim: "what a perfect gem,
without a fault of any kind." The
lapidary hands you a magnifying glass.
and through it you see a black sjt in
the center of the stone. The lapidary
says "the naked eye could not receive
it, for It is only microscopically dis
You see two shining surfaces in the
sky and remark there must be two
glowing fires there. A man leads you
to a telescope and through it you see
that one shines only by reflected light
and say: "they both looked alike to
my unaided vision." "Yes" is the re
ply, "the difference is only telescoplcal
Here is a field in which some people
think there is iron. One man, who be
lieves that what he cannot find with
naked eyes does not exist, goes over It
and reports there is no iron there. The
other, a man who has icarnt-d the lim
itations of his condition, goes over it
holding a little crystal box in which is
a tiny, trembling needle, and says there
Is iron there. He digs for, and rinds
the iron and answers his interogaters
by saying, "The naked senses, the un
assisted faculties cannot discover the
iron ore it is magnetically discerned."
You sav. "How well and strong that
boy is," and the surgeon who has Just
examined him says he will not live to
see twenty-five, for. he has valvular
lesion of the heart. "But see how vig
orous he is," you reply. The surgeon
places his instrument over the boy's
heart and bids you listen, and answers
your surprise by saying "valvular le
sion Is only stethoscopically discerned."
Everywhere we confess our need of aid
if we believed only what we can dis
cern with our unassisted natural pow
ers we would lose nearly all our knowl
edge: yet the man wiio cannot read his
mother's letter without the aid of glas
ses sometimes insists on reading God's
writing bathe universe with unassisted
faculties. Now the application of all
these Instances is: The things of God
are not discerned by unaided natural
powers few things are. "Except a
man be born again he cannot see me
kingdom of God." Is it not perfectly
reasonable that a selfish, sinrul man
must get a new view-point, or aids to
his spiritual vision to see the ieaui
ind grandeur of the Christ-life: I'.e-
cause we could not discern the things
of God with our natural powers, is why
the bible was written. God knows our
blindness, so gave us this revelation
of Himself: and because of our inabil
ity to comprehend. He sent His spirit
to "guide us Into the truth." God only
can reveal Himself we cannot even
read the thought of our own mother's
min,j so God must needs make Him
self known if men ever were to know
RICHARD AND PRINGLE'S
Richard and Pringle the peers of
minstrelsy and. their large troup of
fun-making darkies direct from the
"land of cotton" will form the next
attraction at the Vance auditorium
For years this popular aggregation
of "colored fun" has been pleasing
American audiences and this year, no
expense has been spared toward mak
ing the present tour the most success
ful of all. New Ideas have ' been in
culcated, new farces introduced, new
Jokes set forth until in the assimila
tion of the whole the Identity of form
er achievements is completely lost.
Tickets will soon be pleaced on sale
At the Vance auditorium Thursday
night, December 17th.
ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST.
Miss Vera Macdonald returned . to
Tempe yesterday morning where she
has a position as telephone operator.
Mrs. O. J. Greene will return to her
home in Phoenix this afternoon after
having had a very pleasant visit.
There has been a flagrant disobedi
ence of the curfew law in Mesa of late,
so much so that many of the residents
have complained to the city author
ities that some of the younger element
The annual meeting of the Stock
holders of the Iron Springs Outing club
will be held at the office of the Secre
tary, No. 37 North Center street. In
Phoenix, Arizona, on ThursdaT, the
10th day of December, .1908, at 7:30
p. m., for the purpose of electing Di
rectors and for transacting any other
business that may properly come be
W. K. JAMES. Secretary.
'Our glasses fit." We carry Invisi
ble Bifocal, Toric and all other lenses
land frames manufactured. Swigert
Bros., 17 E. Adams. Phone Red 2641.
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DUTY OF THE CHURCH
TO ITS MEMBERS
Morning Sermon at Baptist Church by
Rev. C. Sidney Maddox.
For when for the time ye ought to
be teachers, ye have need that one
teach you again which be the first
principles of the oracles of God, and
are become such as have need of milk
and not strong meit. For every one
that useth milk is unskillful in the
word of righteousness: for he is a babe.
Hebrews G:12, 13.
It is one thing to get a mula harn
essed and another thing to get him
hooked up and pulling. So it is one
thing to get members into a church
and another thing to get them to work.
And why Is it so hard to get the
younger constituency to work? There
is much in the blood and many may
trace their sins back to some ancient
ancestor or inherit it from their pa
rents, but with ail the laws and theo
ries of inheritance, the one great con
vincing fact stands out a bold witness
above all else. Man is a part of that
which he comes in contact. The en
vironment that the parent creates
about a child does far more for him
than all the blue blood that ever
coursed through a "gartered" limb or
circulated in a knighted breast. Nor
do I mean to discredit good breeding,
if thero was as much care taken, by
the fathers of today, about the pedi
grees of their grand-children, as they
do about the registration of Berkshire
pigs and short horn cattle, the race
would soon begin to improve. But
what we have we have to improve.
Let us create about our young Chris
tians an atmosphere of activity that
will help them to feel the thrill of bat
tle. A general wishing to get the
greatest amount of service of raw
militia distributed the companies
among several regiments of regulars.
So they took courage from their com
rades. It is time for us to be teachers.
Comrades of the newly enlisted. They
cry out their inexperience, but are they
getting the training of the exainple of
active Christians about them. I be
lieve this is at the bottom of the trou
ble. Show me every member hard at
his work and I will show you a church
with new members coming in rapidly
and anxious to help do the work. In
Dr. Porter's church at Oklahoma City,
Okla., it was wonderful to ee the
younger members at work. A boy de
livering groceries begged for work to
do on his work mornings. Our young
people have just as much in them as
anybody's young people. They are as
good as the best and we need to give
them a chance.
Will they ever have a chance while
Christians are so lax in their customs
and lives? Old Deacon Blank has al
ways used by words and we n ust look
over him. Old Sister Smithera, Mrs.
Punctilio have always talked about
every body in the church in general
and each other in particular, yes?
Women and men are not careful enough
about what they say. I tell you some
of the bywords that you use before
your children is the next thing to "cus
sln." Asked by a newsboy, on the streets
of St. Louis, one day for a "chew." I
replied to him, "Do you use tobacco?"
"Yesser, I chews, smokes, and cusses."
Why was this the height of manhood
to the "Newsy?" Because some older
person had shaped, by his customs, the
boy's ideals. Think, my brother, what
the result may be.
By a concerted action we can do
much. God gives us unity in the
church and then we will see His ene
mies rapidly become his foot stool.
Every member must do his best. If
one of the members or organs of your
body becomes sickly, the whole body is
disordered. So with the church. The
church is not able to pull the dead
weight of so many balkers. The load
is heavy and no room for some to ride
on the Gospel. Washington once sat
on his1 horse and reviewed a batten,- of
artillery as it filed by going rapidly to
the front. The last gun carriage stuck
in the mire. In vain they beat the
horses, but the wheels were mired to
Washington dismounted and grasped
the muddy wheels with bare hands im
mediately a dozen strong hands were
utilized in an effort, and a united ef
fort of men and horses and the wagon
moved. The commander-in-chief set
the example. Christ, our great high
priest and commander-in-chief has
shown us the way, will we unite in an
effort for God?.
Behold, how, good and how pleasant
for brethren to dwell together in unity!
It is like the precious ointment upon
the head that ran down upon the beard.
Aaron's beard; that went down to the
skirts of his garment, as the dew of
Harmon, and a-s the dew that descend
ed upon the Mountain of Zion; for
there the Lord commanded the blessing
life for evermore.
ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST.
Miss Wilson, one of the popular
teachers in the local schools here, re
turned to Mea yesterday after having
spent several days in the Capital city
as the guest of friends.
Mrs. Lindsay, mother of Mrs. James
Johnson, who has been ill for some
time past has been slowly regaining
her strenth and it is thought she wil'
soon be able to be out again.
, It is understood that the net receipts
from the bazaar held on Saturday last
by the ladies of the Methodist church
were over $211.00.
, were carrying things too far. Accord
ingly eight of the young boys were
brought before Judge Guthrie and ask
ed to give satisfactory reasons for
their disobedience of this law; upon
their inability to do so they were each
fined $3 and given until 10 o'clock this
morning in which to secure and pay it.
At the same time they were informed
that if they gave occasion for more
trouble the fine would be made higher
next. time. Those who seem to be in
clined to take the matter somewhat in
the light of a Joke, will perhaps realize
that disobeying a city ordinance is not
always the most pleasant sort of joke
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The Closing Day at Mesa Was a Hum
mer For Business.
Saturday night witnessed the close
of one of the most Interesting contests
that has ever been waged here, that
of The Republican scholarship contest.
Ten o'clock had been set by the man
ager as the latest hour at which votes
could be received and both Eugenia
Guthrie and Walter Tway worked
right up to the hist minute, each turn
ing in many thousand additional votes
to their credit. C. A. Baldwin had
been appointed to check on the final
count, as it was thought best to have
a disinterested party do this work. The
collections of the last day amounted
to over four hundred dollars which
fact alone gives some idea of the
ground covered and work done in this
short length of time ,in which they
had to labor.
From the first day of this race until
the final close, the Mesa contestants
have plied their efforts and energy to
make as high a score at the close as
possible and throughout they have
been supported and helped by their
many friends and well wishers not
nly in this immediate vicinity but
have rceived votes from other towns
and places through acquaintances who
have kept track of the fight. They
wtre working to be among those who
won prizes, and while it is not yet def
initely known just where they stand
it is believed that there names will be
among those who rank with the for
Both Eugenia and Walter feel very
grateful for the courtesy and support
of their many friends and extend to
them sincere thanks through these
columns as it is not possible for them
to see each one personally at this time.
The result of the final count is
now awaited with interest by Eugenia
ami Walter as well as all who are ac
quainted with them. They have both
waged a strong figiit and are glad they
entered The Republican scholarship
MEETING OF THE Y's.
On Friday evening. December ISth.
the members of tne Y branch of th"
local W. C. T. U. is invited to meet at
the home of .Mrs. E. W. Wilbur as her
guests, the hour appointed for assem
bling being 7:30. The time will be
spent in studying the work of the or
ganization after which a social time
will be enjoyed. All those interested
in temper, nee work are invited tJ
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T Ladies Give the Men Something Wearable this Year I
Many ladies each year regret the useless extravagance of super-
fluous candy, impossible fans, jewelry, etc., expensive and perishable ,
flowers, and the other ridiculous and excessive gifts that men pile '
upon them at this time of the year. '
We must confess, too, that the men regret the unsmokable cigars .
and pipes, the innumerable shaving mugs and sets, the razors that '
won't shave, the "bargain" neckties from women's stores that they
can't wear, and the usual other articles which, apparently in emula- .
tion of men's lack of real thought in this matter, women seem bound '
to inflict upon men at this season.
Think of the quite different effect to be had from a Suit or Over-
coat, a pair of Fine Shoes, or a Nobby Hat. a House Coat, Shirts,
Pajamas, Slippers, an Umbrella or Fancy Vest, Fancy Neckwear, )
Hosiery, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Mufflers
Sensible Gifts are always most appreciated.
THE TOGGERY, Mesa., Ari. :
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GOLDEN RULE STABLES.
Horses Bought and Sold. .
New equipment throughout.
T wishing to go to Roosevelt, and
I lie will be found in front of place
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THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO.
v-Ill take you through to Roosevelt from Mesa In ten hours. One
ef the most scenic stage routes in America. Five relay. Phone us
for information. Fare, $6.00.
MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO.
SUGAR, 14 POUNDS FOR ONE DOLLAR.
POTATOES, TWO DOLLARS A HUNDRED.
ALL OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION.
Smith & Bell
THE LATEST CONCEPTION OF ART AND USEFULNESS AT
M. P. HOLLADAY'S
Neckties. Shirts Gloves Urn-
brellas. Handkerchiefs. Sh.ivlnsr
Sets. Collar and Cuff Sets. Suit
Cases, Fancy Vests, Glove and
Tie Boxes. Fancy Combs.
FULL LINE OF TOYS.
CHRISTMAS PRESENT TO PURCHASER.
THE LESUEUR-GIBBONS CO.
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We have Just received a large and representative line from the .
light fluffy and daintily colored ones to the heavier and more sober j
hues; anyone of which, however, is just the thing for these chilly ,,
A winter nights.
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A GOOD BUSINESS PROPOSITION.
MESA LAUNDRY for sale. Including
entire plant, buildings, machinery and
ONE ACRE OF LAND, with estab
lished business, paying from $175 to
$200 per month. For a few days can
be had for SI 000 ,ess than cost.
Write us at once or call us up, and
let us put you next.
Money to loan plenty of it.
Don't forget the "Vineyard Place."
Pcmeroy-Guthrie Realty Go.
Oldest Realty Company in Mesa.
P. O. Box 247. Phone 81.
European plan. Large, clean, sJry
Doms. Splendid dining room In con
nection, under the direction of Mrs.
A. W. Cornett.
L. V. GUTHRIE. Proorieter.
We have Just received a consign
ment of Watches; besides all kinds
handled. Particular attention paid to
MESA JEWELRY STORE
Free Press Building.
Finest of rooms. Stage leaves
dally for Roosevelt and Globe.
Wednesday and Saturday
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of business each day.
LORAN DANA, Proprietor.
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