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Zagelmeyer Cast Stone Cos.
Manufacturers of WET PROC ESS CONC RETE Blocks.
We also make the Celebrated
GRANITE VENEERED Block.
Twelfth ItrrH end Detroit TrrelMl. I’hone Hen, look 10*4
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Many a Man la Sorry When Hit New Poof leaks
i SSJSSi for ten years at least is
Reynolds' Asphalt Shingles an<l Rooflc* A full stc, k ■
grades at
Hamtramck Lumber and Builders Supply Cos.
Yard: Joseph Caaapoa and M. E. H. R- -_,_ h
We also handle a full llna of lumber, sash, doors and l t» 1 r *n.sh. j
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THE OLDEST HOUSE IN MICHIGAN
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Twenty-one years In the Investment Business in 1
H. W. Noble & Company
314-318 Dime Bank Bldg. Telephones Main 6026-7-S-9
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STRUCTURAL STEEL WORK
Trusses. Columns and Girders. Cast Iron Building Work.
Russel Wheel & Foundry Company
Rior.R S2«O Detroit. rich.
'
The
Frank Farrington Cos.
Building
Construction
201 Scherer Building,
Cad. 4855 Detroit, Mich.
Michigan Ornamental Iron
and Wire Works
Manufacturers of
Ornamental Rronae. Hnu, Iren
and Wire Work
Factory and Office, Sheridan and
St. Paul. Phone East 107.
DETROIT, MICH.
The Roberts Brass Mh; Cos.
High Grade Brass Goods
(IQBp) for Steam, ifciSß)
" Water, Gas and Gasoline
CONTRACTORS Supply Cos. j
T«l. BUILDERS SUPPLIES, COAL, COKE
WOODLAND A\E. AND (.KAM) THINK 11. R.
V T _ r _ 1 -
DRINK HABIT
Dingfroui to Ilaalth, Homo and Pnaltlnn. 4.«• t larrtrr rid *»l l« hr ih«
NEAL THREE-DAY WAY
Wo h * pndrrmlr ln|rfllon*. Ihaiilntrl i no bad altar rltrcu.
Ahnolata privacy maintained.
DETROIT NEAL INSTIII TL ‘■-i womm \m»
■ 11" -
POLYGLOT PRINTERS 1
*< HI. M nMO, Mur
GENERAL PRINTERS
iltri In Kora la n I a«CH«|r».
If daalrad.
I II Randolph, 'lnin 1.171.
IBr -I
ESCO MOTOR LOCKS
HAVE NO EQUAL
Eventually Why Not Now
ESCO MFG. CO.
25 Warren West
r ,
Daigle-Steger
Iron Works
STRUCTURAL AND
ORNAMENTAL IRON
L.., ,
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Royal C ycle
Company
lIMI Mini 11. IVK.
Gasoline Station, Auto, Motor
cycle and Bicycle Supplies
See Us
Northwestern All-Steel
CONCRETE MIXERS Easy Terms
The Machinery Sales & Electric Cos.
26 East Woodbridffe St* Muin 6217.
CADILLAC 3902
NATIONAL ROOFING & PAINT CO. b’**U
Rn nrr and c xsu '»k'»•«»•*
V/ I L II J •«" "IIM. * r ,
' •*•' "«•*•* “Utr *>l.l,<Blc«> r 9 '
-i ... t- i!*7 an tin.tv 11
Taepke-Zepf Paint Cos.
Paint*. Varnishes, Glass. Brushes
381-253 Randolph-.!. Phone » h 4T2.1
XX'holeeale and retail diatrlbute-s
of For-st City "Tirr-e-T. at
Paints and Yarmaheo.
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P 1 1 -
Frank H. Davis
CONTRACTOR
301 Penobscot Building.
Phone Cherry 2800
Detroit • • • Michigan
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Frost & Winchester Cos.
Architectural Engineers
and Constructors
Wain I*4o. )«7 Faulty Rid*.
DETROIT
C. E. FALES
MACHINERY CO.
New and Second Hand Mac tne
Tools and Supplies
Ist Floor Kerr Bldg. Cad. 3162
v
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Telephone Zni
KHwnrit llxrlim, XtniiMuer
Detroit Towel Supply Cos.
MMTim toxx hi. *i:i<xirn
V*7-1* il.ikcr S(.
f»anltar> Tuw#l S. rvl* •. XX'lute
Coat and Apron .-»rvlce, H->tel
and llcstaurant Service a spe
cialty.
R. C. MUELLER & SON!
75 AMICI.Bt ATHKET
MACHINISTS AND LOCKSMITHS
Keys of all ki*.'la ai.d repal-ed
L* wnmo w.-r* rep» j- e t i-.t >hHi i < n#4
Telrplion# Ma r. xnij
r '
I 1111 I IIXX . F, 111 r.l.u, <<l
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M!vrnri, It 7 - *l% . nv
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f t K • I. ♦ - , j
Man* Main »» »
I 3*ie 110 I Os I %|fr » I I. n«f
EAT
Butter-F!a te
The Quality Brent!
VAN DYKE HAKE! -
Detroit Is Still the City Beautiful
But It Is Known as the “ Dynamic”
An old-time r*»#ld«cu of the city,
lived hi>r» before tkxn.
try a;: i .Vs took the fortresses
of dlowtowa by etonn, drifted Into
town »he other day. When he
alighted from the tram at the Union
d**,-ot he at on«.«* made hie way to
w There he be
cunfuawd by tho ocnuh of
•ra.'flc, ani the mar of It. The
a. r!ek and blast of Lhe auto horn.
’c.e clanging of street car bells, and
i.ois* of Innumerable vehicles
mad* ruth a dm that the belated
h onu-r paused in his progress,
,n. . kt l perplexed.
Gazing at the many fine, new
builuu-s*. he mentally observed
Am I rtally in Lfc-troit. or am I
suffering from mental aphasia - ’
S :-i' this un't be the town 1 once
}.** wa« on the point of asking a
.m. when it occurred to him
?: at he might get arrested as an In
con 1« ent. So he ivconnolteresi a
b. . H* took i second look at the
■ Ity hall and then at the unwashed
- Idlers’ monument, in order to as
sure himself.
There could be no mistake "By
George," he .-aid. “It is tvtroit, after
all"’
The old timer's experience has
teen the experience of many others
T u-»>d to talk of her beauty
The\ -Ml! do that, but they also
g-),>ak of her wonderful growth and
j ros;>< r:';- The stay-at-home doesn't
realize It haif as- much as the old
r* ld»-rt who returns to revisit old
scene*.
“Aside from New York and Chi
cago, there isn't a ettv with half
the enterprise and bustle as are
s -.own by Detroit." said a visitor the
other day. "Your growth has been
simplv amazing Your real estate
ir.cn are all hustling, factories
booming, and the aid of prosperity
is so general that it seems con
tagious."
The announcement that the Ford
Motor co!' par.v has made plans for
.ildi: g an JvO'Xi.oOO blasting plant
a 1 »’;e intersection of the River
Rr'ice and the pere Marquette raf
juad :..e«ns tne emplovm*r.t of
a lot of nien. The Ford com
an in'»-nds to m/>ke next year’s
far outshine that of the flit
FRANK P. MILLER
INVESTMENTS
REAL ESTATE
BCILPER
l\«l RAM K, HFATXLS
Suite 708 Free Press Building
i’- n#“ Oartiliac :ioo
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High Grade Paint 51.25 Gal.
Gniiritntfftl 5 ' » 27
VARNISH SI.OO GALLON
I'nlnf VXarehonaea
ir.i; liraii*>trn VJ»* Hlchlaai*
i nilltlm 1510 Orand 4XT*
*-
IMAI II XX 11 O.XI"T XX \N T
IN Ol II X(«K
N. REESE
(.rnrml tgrat
I*itnx iiniN ii in. a rut *T ro.
1 2 I *>-1 tl-go Ford Hid*.
I The Fibre Package Cos.
Grand 606 G 88 Itiabelle St
CORRUGATED FIBRE
SHIPPING CASES
- -
I JON A I.DS() N BROTH ERS
Contractors and Builders
l.+t u r*'ur» on your plan- f-.r
y.Hir TANARUS;. -A ■ Th'.l* f'T wh^m
i. L-.v. mi.it ir* ntir l>»at rerom
• n-1.-i! r. N'.t d«.4.-itieA»-l
wn r 517 F or.l Hid*. ( nd. .V»*T.
BICYCLES
• - • - -n »ln
t - ir- double frame,
bar. |4O;
f-.rk In ;1 1 1 e bar. |»0.
*i . ■;.(i»f *• and br.-rtk and guards,
1 : . ,T-iv.-niJe |lO, Ladles' Ju
\ r a. TANARUS« Tire*, f 1 SO.
WANDERSEE CO.
• f.rrat'ot >I»ln Ilmnrlk
2 \\ \% nr«f. Ilrfvilork 2200.
Cold Drawn Seamleta
Steel Tubing
Made by
m TROIT SEAMLESS
STEEL TUBES CO.
Insure With Detroit Life
Insurance Company
’ - * * 1 pldly Uri.wir.a rim.
Home Office—733 Majestic Bldg.
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People’s Building Cos.
General ( ontractors
We specialize in buildmg four
family flats on 30 foot lota.
I'h.inr M 4 n 1X54.
! tn l-) n l Hammond Bldg , Datrott.
DETROIT TIMES
cal yea/ Just cloned. One hundrxM
and twenty "chucking’’ machines, of
anew type, haro Just been bought,
at a cost of flO.oOo **«oh.
The plane for tho new furnaces
are about perfected, and Mr. Ford
says It la to have the ore
brought direct to the Pimacns at
the Rouge plant and mn through to
the completed pan?, with one heat
lag
BEET INDUSTRY
IS EXTENSIVE
17 Sugar Factories In State
I’ay Farmers $8,000,000
Annually
Comparatively little i* known ;>•
the general public of the marvelou
growth of the beet sugar industry ;n
Michigan In the state there arc
17 factories, which ph> the fanner
of the state over Iv 1 dO.OdO for their
crops of beets. To tne railroad com
panic- they pay nearly fi'.OoO.rtOrt for
frvight. and they use lot,ood tons of
limestone quarried in the state
About 200,000 tons of coal, rained In
Michigan, is consumed in the beet
factories, and one-half off i« 2X".
OuO.ooo pounds of sugar produced In
Michigan in a year Is pac-ted in L.’b
0»o barrels of Michigan make There
17 factories employ 7,('>o men. :i*
good wages, in the winter months,
ar.d fully 30,tWW) farmers are i-ntaz* i
in ralsine t>e«*ts consumed by the-e
factor!* s.
Only a decade ago the grate was
paying 110.noo.O'R) yearly to lmpcr*
the sugar she us«d. This > ear sh°
r*orlved f15.**)0.000 for h*r own
product of *he saccharin-* >'■ wtancp
The land is admirably fitted for
other crop- through the intense cul
tivation required in raisin? beets.
With »he automobile, t; >eet has
created anew uid Inportant ind ~r
try In Michigan T*< rollers crtrr
lr<-d and hnaneci :hr»e of 'be •,r
Innl sugar comran.»-s. and t->ov tb
have Million*-’ of dollars ir.w-M 1 a
the In iu.-try
EGLE BROS. MAKE
PRACTICAL AND
SIMPLE FILTER
Now that the qv.r ti>n of p'ire
water Is being tg.’a’e lit micbt b**
well to con-id' - r *h'- pra- *lc?il device
Which the I-gle Hr-’ Mmufi* ...
company. Bc-i -\ h-.vc ir*i Sylve
ter st., liavr ; la?ed <<ti 'he tr trk- ‘
It can be a*'arhed iirectly ’•> f-,
fauret. and C•* inter < ~m* - rr it. •
clear and pur< ar ! in an '• • -
routed r m it -
ami af’ractivp in ai ‘aiarc*
rt rr* »’ j • * ]; of
which IS -old direr• i from 'h* f
tory
Because of th* .v«r rof u
r»f ' v, i>r fror*i *a
ths*ir ikiap|fl y, t• *• i: r ' i Titi*. ■ ' i
triatN r ir un <'" i ' ■ r
MACHINERY ( O.
MAKES PROMPT
DELIVERIES
This fltn. H’-o o;.e- -a
repair or • r*;
The blistne* r ' ' rr-r, r-
Cfljoyed «U< h 1.-- S' r ?
Mon* have 111 1 u, . ’ \ • ■
differr 11* C-. .-Mr
their e|ec*ri' a' ;r
are taking on r tr •
fractot-’ “UppLr
handling ihr N< " |
Iron Wrirk r,- . • • • . i
ttiey gell at S I « if ’
distributors for V.ij
Oakland. Macomb a’ I V.
counties.
At prr-ent the firm
3rr.all mm-hine-. r-.p, • I
to -mall contractors. .r<
Realty Board Outmq. J,.--.
• m» nbtr
falo real * b«- rd- - ,
Cleveland. Thtirsday, .1 ■ ir* •«
gursta of the Cleveland hoar e
program of entertalnmen* r
morning aod afternoon rid*. |
ahon* Cleveland
Within the last year 2 f *
In St Louis have r!*.«ed Mnr and •
on account of lack of busin* *• .- 1
500 more are reported to he In bad
financial circumstances.
ANTHRACITE
OUTPUT GAINS
Shipments for March Were
Over Six Million
ions
V vtr before have waget. b*en so
- ii- J Ih -or so scarce in Amor*
I : be l.ict th.it uy ants have boon
s’ ').*» m aid at nets in the
». t '.o lure hands a way from
rr;.s 1.- making th» problem a
. ir* with the utriut rs Many
■vr.- of the plowshare have
r* • :> ■ nllstod for service on the
.Vi \ ir. order, too. so that If mat
II : i . M*x. i .-hould become ultra
!• \mencan 'anner may
• . •• • ~.inie trouble that 1*
■ - - brother agriculturist lr
t .. i inability to obtain help.
• • ui unskilled labor has
a \ •••! *" a m irk»“d decree. I^abor
• :r ; rl i >«• i v.-d $1.75 per
• • . vrt'an diuncti around
Ni V k ar«* ni w netting fiat),
a:- 1 • -.•<> bt-gging at that Umpire.
niin ifiicturinx concern
m. . * ir’vnc out Munitions is
pi> - ~k:ile i laborers s♦. and fs
r r .i. ju-t to -land around and
tf.*• irrtval of machines.
A- in in ii< r on (and the era of
_i • -ti ; •-sp.Tltv the quarterly
-r i*. • f r v .» Lackawanna Steel
i w' t! at the company
i .-i? ,i of |J 2*t,onO, where*
• %..ir b n .. a.- a deficit of
t•> ‘ i>oo.
r \* ’ 1 -a. ;re Bureau of Informs
*, - .ports *ha' th* “hipin nts of
,r .n i.' oil for Man ii ag-rregat
i '.T" l *" f or.s. ag.i;n-t a.ttTS.uOO
v : •; March last y*ar
23 ENTRANTS
IN FORC RACE
\\ hole State Well Represented
In Independence Day
Struggle
Tw*■ nty-rhree en’:ie« representing
< !gh’ c;t • s, towp-hips and villages
in M •*.;jr in wdl : t e the starter 1”
’he h'r rd c hampionship rnre.-i at the
-tate r Lr grounds on the afternoon
of July 4.
Excej ’ for a f-w- -traeglprs who
pleaded for n little more tinie to c*”
their ear- ready befor* tying up to
contra'’- the list i< complete, the
tjm> for elo-dr.g nominations hav
;nji terminated Wednesday night
A-ide from I*-?roit. Owosso and
Flint lead In the point of numbers.
• >.rli of th# up fa’ e cities namin’
three <; ( rs to s’art One of the
Owosso et.tries, (', R Wilcox made
the fastest lap of any contestant
last year, a mile in 7»7 -eronds ffa*.
and tint for motor tr<»'ibl» m Kht
hav# be- n < stai JLhed the cham
pion Instead of Rrne-t \nstcrber*
por’ Huron will ---nd peter Wood
h.-c’,( an ■ In. while Dearborn, Wyan
dot t e Bedford, and < 'old-.v a ter -ire
listed wi»h one representative In
cluding Ar-ferherg. last year’- - 'ln
ii'-r and Johnny Milo?, whom \n
«• ter berg b* P by a wheel. I*-?roif
has an even dozen named to star'
Secretary and Vannjer f) W
Dickinson, of the Michigan Star-
Kail ;i'-oclat|on t ha- -elected his
teff of Official* They comprise
practically she sam*’ m»-n who
handled the May js io races -o a<
ceptably
.Start.r» Chas. Boss Mark
Boss, LeJloy Wayner air] V.arren
Arbog i t Referee John S ling
g«r’v » or< rs (’, S M'Liwaln. T
A I rquh r * and Harry K Ledn<
Timer «# iy f\ Brown. (• () M<
('on-rbi*- and Deorge Kxl*- Judge-
FT W. S 'l!lvan. Harold Wilcox.
IF' »ard P ar.-on, Nate Bowen and
• has fuller.
H. W. NOBLE & CO.
HAS A BIRTHDAY
Relent) the of If w Voi.le
A. Cn r> 1< bra’eil i* • tw•mf v- .e< on l
hirliday. Till f.rrn i- *he oldest
investment ccurlti. house in
Michigan
It* long -xper'er.ce makes this in
stitution Invilnole to patrons It
t.a paid parfeiilar attention to
-tails Mes, so that it ha-* 111 its File*
information thn! Is of Incalculable
\alnc to th«- prospe.flTe investor
It has made marv -eb-ctions tha*
,iv« proved greatly proftable to
i* * patron?- Th« firm also doe-< \
large bu ui# In Vu.ds, speeialialng
in niUl.lr ipal bond- It Is officered
by II \\ Nr Me, president; I> I.
Robinson v|fc-pr» ! ide.it. and S R
Xoblt . » retiry, and ha« splendidly
• quipped ofhre- on the third floor
of the Pimo Ilar.k building
Twenty three state- and the Pls
trirt of f'olttrnila furnished volun
teer troops N in our lar-f war with
Mexico.
FAIR VOLUME
OF NEW WORK
Weekly Report of Builders
Shows Temporary Decline In
Big Construction
Tho list of n» w- work which > unio
fmm the offices th*• archltcots
during th** past w*-*k lid r »t con
tain any particularly large items
la fact. Um re was I tei - »
ing off in big construction How
»*v»-r. the volume of- ork w.i- fair
and Included a larg-> number of m -
lilenccs more or l*-ss pretenuou- a.
cording t,i *h. r.-; «rt of the Build
ers a- Trad* - • \ hangc.
An eight-apartno nf structun
brick and stone a brick v« neor four
family flat building, another r v.>
story apartment, a brick and Ml»>
store and flat and a four story hide!
w,Tt* among th** !arg*r ;'»ni-.
Son:*- good sized « ontracts w**rt
awarded and th* 1 list r»*ach**«l a good
volume, including many of a • *!1» r
nature residences an! fla - ,r- and n,
inatmg
EXHIBIT OPEN
TO CHILDREN
T’lans ar* under wa* to p* rmit h*
school children to in-s**‘* t th*- build
ers permanen* exposlM *n »>n th**
fourth floor of th* p.-no'-scot build
rng The exhibits will b«* both in
t* re-ting and InAtrurtive to :he *' 1
dren F* r instance, in -h** exhibit
of nicn is
detail. wi*h garage, pergola f-n* . -
iawn. tree--, etc all made «>f ey
pr.-« Th.* •xhi’.-!* came from »h*
Southern Cvpress Manufacturers’
soeiat ion. New Orb an*. !-t
Among the new exhi’ i*s are the
Molby boiler, by *h,. Molby Boiler
Pure W ater
Free from dl*-e,-.«e rarrving
germs and clfur as crxstal. * »n
be h<ad Instantly wdh a Vi* .or
Water Filter attached to >our
Egle Bros. Mfg. Cos.
Cor. Sylvester A Bellevue
Ridge 208
PHONE MAIN 5846
A. T.Knowison Company
Wholesale
Electrical Supplies
99 103 Coogreaa Street E
The Hen-lex Trollex
A Rflfjf. Cos.
OfA'-r nn>t I nrti.ryt I!*l.l llntilrn
X»e. I rlntltun. North *ll.'.
Brass, Bron/e K Aluminum
( as tines
Candler & Oehring Cos
roofing
XII KlnN* of Hoof llrpairlnn
IMli-tMir. ilriiil.lrn-tl., nr. XXnrrrn.
I’h.mr f mill tiii* II 1.1.1.
Sewer Crock
Builders* Supplies
If. H. DICKINSON A CO.
I I 111 F'OI Mill >1 II -XX FI.
I’hi.nr Walnut 2ISMS.
Safety Firat n Plumbing and
Heating
XX hrn In XrrA
Asche & Nyhus
aV* ( IIM 11111 l XXI!.
F'.rtllmnlrrt Mini. Irl. Ilii.t ll**|
wnrk tlonr .tin *,r nluhl.
11 -- - ■ ■ -- ■-■-■■■■■ i■« i ■■ —.
Car I hr* hr«|, lima! rflt.'trnl
tralnlna In Hii«lnr,», “linrlSmiil,
Ti pi-w rlllna. nltrn-l
The Business Institute
163-169 Caa« Ave.
I.Mraceaf. h»*kt fjlltppnl h'lklnraa
ai honl |*i Mil Hluilfi,
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— ll ' ' » ——«na ,
Detroit ( m Co.
98 Rusaetl St. C *e* y 42'! P
Buy and Sel- Feather*
N——ln— ———. ii» i ■ i■! ■ ■
Vote Yes For a Dry Michigan
Call nr Write
70H Kre -ne Bldg.
for Literature or Information
Wayne Cos. Dry Campaign
Committee
Call at Henry C. Weber Cos. for a demonstration of the
CAILLE 5 SPEED MOTOR
Turn* any row boat Into a launch. Made by the
' CAILLE PERFECTION MOTOR CO.
Second and Amateroam
I C E
>XI I It XI. XXI) X HIT F’K I XI..
Crystal Ice Cos. Ltd.
Oft.v.h 1215 XV. JrfT.-rs. n-«v<*.
• - Writ :"i XV* st 13'»
17" \x XX’arren-ave XX'.ilnut t.XtO
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ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
“OUR SEAL” MUSTARD
Pure, Smooth and Delicious
ii ip ■ F.I. \1 N
lira I I*nt. Olllrr
M\ * j IN r S. A
Detroit Marine
Contracting Cos.
ID’O 10’2 Penobscot Building
p nt-
W. H. ELLERY. Mgr.
(has. Raymond & Son
93-103 Meldrum Ave.
Cabinet Work Carpentry
Jobbing and Repairing
Promptly Attended To
I'bonr Kant 655.
W. J. Baird Machinery Company
llsdlrr* In
Machinery, Tool* Sc Supplies
11-M J*a»nnn X*». IFKTMOIT. WIIM fhe»r, Iv7u
—c.=
Automobile Painting and
Irimrring Cos.
J C. GAYNOR- Manager
701-707 Grand River Ave.
Phone Grand 4677 Detroit. Mich.
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\\ *llllll I Ilf JO Walnut T4-VO
Builders (Sl Pavers’ Supply Cos.
BRICK IN STOCK
Stiver Pipe
X, XX . « or. 17* h. A XX. Ilanrorh.
P H n.t klnson, l’r**«
14th Ave. Cartage Cos.
XXt.rk i nntrnrlrri h» Oar, Floor,
M*>nl k **r X nr.
11 Large Motor Trucks in
Operation
f.ranA eitOO. 41*1 F'*inr»rrn«h-arr.
WISCONSIN BRIDGE &
IRON COMPANY
llr »Ik tirra. Xf an us ar t lirr ra and
Flrr* Fora of **lmr!ariil **trrl.
I'lionr < Mil <151*2, limit I’rnnhai'a!
FIMk- XX. I' < mHIm. < «>*itrni-|ln«
I nalurrr, llrtrolt, Mlrli.
C. R. WILSON
BODY CO.
BUILDERS OF
AUTOMOBILE BODIES
AUDUBON CLUB
Protect the Birds
R.A.Lenhardt Construction Cos.
Frlnfnrrnl • **«■!rurllnn, I’nvln*,
XnphNll. I rm«-»*l l«’l«ora,
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Sale* Department—Detroit, Michigan
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J. A. PETERS
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620 Dix Avenue
Detroit Tank & Seat Cos.
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CLOSSER BROS.
General Contractor*
777 Fort SL
Excavating. Phone W. 2767
Candler Dock& Dredge Cos.
CONTRACTORS
Special Concrete Work
Dockx, Bridge*. Sea Walla
and Pile Driving
305 Moffat Bldg. Main 112
BRENNAN TRUCK CO.
Teaming Contractors
Machinery Mover*. Riggers and
Erectors
DETROIT. MICH.
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Schroeder Paint & Glass
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Polished Plate A Window Glass
Paints. Oils, Colors. Varnishes,
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Moreton Truck
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H. G. Christman Cos.
General Contractors
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315 Stevens Bldg.
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