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Money In Any of These "Two lots within half a block of the N. P. depot; 4f0130 feet; a big bargain at 1,500; only $500 cash need ed. Two lots, each 40x130 feet, on South Third street; ce ment walk in front and city watlr withiu 10 feet; a spe ciall fine opportunity for the home-builder, as I can make terms to suit the most modest purse; $375 each. Six fine lots in block 52, South Missoula. They are right where the city is im proving most rapidly and are an excellent buy; $250 each --one-third cash, balance one and two years. i p HALFBREED SPRINTER .I1 CLUTCHES OF LAW Ieputy United States Marshal Sand ers left yesterday morning for Helena with Michael Plant, a halfbreed from the reservation. Plant is accused of selling liquor to Indians, and has been up against similar charges before. He was arrested last summer by that in trepid scout, Same Coner. sltwital offi cer of the government, but broke away at Arlee. As will be remembered, Cone had corralled a bunch of picnic parties with bottled beer in their pos session and had also arrested a num ber of Indians and breeds--all of the captures being made on a North ern Pacific train. Cone unloaded his prisoners at Arlee, and Plant, who is a famous sprinter, escaped, then offleer riddling the depot with hullets III a fu tJle attempt to stop hlim. Now P'lant is In the clutches of the law, and it will probably go hard with him THE WEAIITHER (oatrary to . expectations and ama tour prophets the first day of the now year was fine business. The observa tions: Maximum ..................26 Minimum .................. 12 At 6 a. m. Thermometer ..............15 Barometer ..............26:79 At 6 p. m. Thermometer .............. 20 Barometer ..............26:62 Wind from the south; precipitation, .04 Inches; snow, 13 inches. A NEW YEAR'S WEDDING. Mrs. Nettle M. Chase and Gus Helm were married yesterday afternoon by Justice of the Peace Phillips, the father of the bride. Both of the con tracting partles are favorably known in Missoula, where they will make their home. They left last evening for Helena, where they will spend their honeymoon. SNAKES. M. McNamara was lodged in the county jail yesterday by the police and he will be taken before a sanity com mission. McNamara is said to be one of the most artistic drunkards that ever visited Missoula. At any rate he has been giving thei Iloc.: authorities lots of trouble recently. BEGIN ICE HARVEST. A start was madi icutting Ir' at Bloasburg yesterdlia:. It is iaid that the ice Is over a ft thick andl of good quality at BRloa.lbrg this season A large force of cutter, vwill he tiiln tained at that place until all the ice is harvested. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Meroury. as mercury will surely destroy the sense of mell and completely deran e the whole s-_ Swhen entering it throgh the lmutns suf faces. Suoh articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable plhvsicia"s, as the damage they will do is tenfold to the good you can poslbly derive from them. Itall' tarrk Cure, manufactured by P. J. Cherey & .* Toledo. 0.. contains nt, mercury. and is atkes internally, actitngdirectly upon the blood and Imaeus suraces of the system. In buying lt'slCatarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. pt ltaken internally and made in Toledo. lOhlio,. B.yP.i. Checey& tCo. Testimon lss free old by Druaglsts Price 7Tc per t-Ittle. Take Hall's Pmily Pills for conntlptaton Wanted We have a customer for a small place where chick ens can be raised, at a price not exceeding $1,000. If you have such a place, call in and let us know abeut it. W. I. SMEAD CO. Phone 212 Red. Higgins Blk. Missoula, Mont. LAST TRIBUTE PAID TO VETERAN SORROWING FRIENDS FOLLOW THE REMAINS OF JOHN VEEDER TO THE GRAVE. Mourning frTonds yesterday after noon laid at rest all that was mortal of John Veeders, veteran soldier, good citizen and loyal friend. There were tears on tanned and wrinkled cheeks and there was no apology for their presence there. There were bowed heads that told of _ethat rds could not express, and there were whispered words of reminiscences of the comrade who hthd crossed ,the great divide and whose tent was pitched in the last camping ground of all. It was a simple ceremony; there was no pomp about it; just some of the men who had known Veedefis for long years and who knew the truth of the heart that had beaten for 70 years and more beneath the gruff ex terior that gave the stranger an Im pression of the man that was alto gether wrong. The service for the dead was read by Rev. W. Lennie Smith of the Episcopal church. It was brief and appropriate. The pallbearers were chosen from those who had known John Veeders I.ast and who knew him for what he was rather than for what le se+med. Prom the veterans of the civil war were taken Pope Catlln and RI. i). ()wings; Pat Donovan represented the older friends of the, west. Alderman McCormick, Eddie lillups and James A. Baker were from the younger friends who had known John as long as they had known Missoula. There were othler in attendance at the services; there were more who fol loweid the casket to the grave. All mnourned sineerely for a good mllan gone. CLERKS THANK PASTOR At reglaxr mieetliing of Retail ('ierks' Int ernatioIlii i Pr'otect.ive asso iatiion, No. 991, the fillowing re'solu tlon vt- were, uinanimoiiusly adoipted: Resol vid, That the assoiiatiton o',nvey to the iRev. J. W. Tault, D. D., mlr sincllre thinks for the kind and niidielilratme expression of Christian 'ionisidhlratin.ii, o( expressed in the able 'I'IIsermoni delivered at the Methodist .:liscopl; l chtull'r( h uoIltld y evening, I)Do cvtinher 20. the subject bIing 'Shop iEr::ly.' In which the true teaching of 'ChrIist to lighten the liburdens of others xwa. so forcefully expounded. I:eli,\ ilng ix we do that this is a sub jiet thUt appeals to all humanity, h" Itspe,'t\ive oif creeld or sect, It is with sill(n'''er gratitude that \vi' unite in tendelring to thle Rev\. I)rt. Tait this slight exl)ressionI of our appreciation of his effortls to lighten the bihriden of othiers; and )he It further. lIesolved., That colpy of these resohlutions l sIcut to thle Rev. Dr. Talt. Iil; )r (1408 V. St'()'l'T, President. It. T. I'ASu'TRID)E,, Fin. Secretary. J. 1. MALANEY, iec. Secretary. PRICES ARE SLASHED LOW ALL SALES ARE FOR CASH At the store of tile Connaughton companyr this morning there will he ilnauguriatedl t sale for the purpose of realizing ils quickly as possible upon :t remarkably fine stock of goods for iomen's wear. The local buying pub lic is familiar with the high quality of thise. goods of tli Connaughton stock. Thiey a're to b)e sold regarlless of ,iist, at figures that will move the stock immediately. The only provisios Is that every sale must lie for cash. Iluyers should bear this fact in mind. The purpose of the remarkable price reiduction Is to realize ealsh: this be ing the, mIotive for the ruthless slash, there can ,he no, book acicounts made of plurcthases at this sale. SHERIFF CAMPBELL RETURNS. Shueriff 'amliphl'll rituru1ed yei'terday fromi Twin Itridlgis and Warmi Springs, he having takn WVilbert and Herbert ,lac'kson t-, the state orphanage aind 'imi ihli stiikesi t,,i the insiane ' syluui II la\'\x's this miornii iig for liilihnuu, ii h.l, ii' vis ill l-.,'iri. rII' II'tiisliioli hi - i" I 1, for , iii ' l'li iux, i oi ihi jail iat l 1i:u, lhuh, +Mr. ';unuu h, ll wa' in )!l. to olt huil th ,it i it iiti't f i ivi r liilng a ,, gal hioliiay MARRIED IN DAKOTA. W.rald hias bhtn r'ii'civced llhere of the marriage ''t" Leovi.L I) Keilir, formerly of Mislula, :tnd Miss liertha Meeok of M1illt, N. 1) The ctiiilinlly was per turOl'ttl on t'hrilstlnmas day it the homen of the bride Mr iand Mrs. Keelhr wll risili' tit Tiottl t 'u. \s\hire ti i grlooml is in busiiine-s. Mr. KEiher, \ho is a .ao' of iirs. Jesshi Kieli'r of Plalins, kx xvll known In Missoula. BUSINESS CHANGE. J. RIt. 14 nch. iriulrreitor of the Wind si)r Ihotel ar, hasiii sold his business to Andrew Stlnger, who wvill take pos session( tioday. Mr. Iynllch is an old thiner i this city, havinig comel to Mlissu.oul;i 2R yei.rs iRgo from New lltrunswhck lie will leavi' shortly for a \visit tu his oldl homn: antl will visit hlii iiothilur \vholil hle ha not seen since he lift the old hiiiine. MISS FISHER RETURNS. Miss Ida L, Fisher principal of the hlllttler schuol, returned yesterday from Itelena:. where she attended the imeting of the state teachers' associa tlon. Miss Fisher said last evening that she considered thu. meeting just closed as one of unuisual iprofit Simple Remedy for La Grippe. Racking la grltpe coughi tha:t r ay develul into ipneumnonla over nlight are quickly cured i1y Foley's IIoneiy and Tar. The sore and Inf'tmed lung: are healed and strengthened and a d:xnger ous condition is quickly averted Tlake Foley's Honey and Tar in the yellow packagei. For sale by t,,,). l'rel.hld mer. Go to the Palace Market for your New Year's poultry. Special asserted young hen, turkeys duoks, gee** and chiokens FERMENIATION OF! YOUR FOOD FEW KNOW THAT ALL STOMACH TROUBLE 18 DUE TO FER MENTATION OF FOOD. If your meals don't tempt you, or you feel bloated after eating and you believe it is the focli which fills you; if what little you eat lies like a lump of lead on your stomach; if there is difficulty in breathing after eating, eructations of sour food and acid, earthurae brash-cr-a-ele. l.g-of-gas you can make up your mind that you need something for a sour stomach and indigestion. To make every bite of food you eat aid in the nourishment and strength of your body, you must rid your stom ach of poisons, excessive acid and stomach gas which sours your entire meal-interferes with digestion and causes so many sufferers of dyspep sia, sick headache, nauseous breath, and stomach trouble of all kinds; pu trefying the intestines and digestive canal, causing such misery as bil liousnees, constipation, griping, etc. Your case is no different-you are a stomach sufferer, though you may call it by some other name; your real and only trouble is that which you eat does not digest, but quickly ferments and sours, producing almost any un hicalthy condition. A ca.,s of Pape's I)iapepsln will cost fifty cents at any pharmacy here, and will convince any stomach sufferer five minutes after taking one trian gule that fermentation and sour stomach is causing the misery of In. digestion. No matter If you call your trouble catarrh of the stomach, nervousnass or gastritis, or by any other name itlwaiys remember that a certain cure Is waiting at your lphrarncist any time you decide to begin its use. Pape's Diapepsin will purify the sourest and most neld stoimatch within five minutes, and digest promptly. without any fuss or disconmfoirt, all of any kind of food you could eat. FORTY-ONE CONDEMNED TO DEATH IN RUSSIA Yekate.rinoslav, Russia, Jr.n. 1.-The military court today pronounced 41 tdelathl senltences, nine for "r--nt crimes. Thirty-two of the condemned men were strikers in the' railroad troubles of Oc tober, 1905. In addition to the death senlteln.os, 12 strikers were condemned to pinlial servitude for life. 48 to lesser terms of exile', anti 39 were, acquitted. 'l'hese sentences grew out of the ,vents of 1905, when strikers attempt id to tie up the whole railwaly system, ti'legrtllph lines and gas and electric liglut plants. The demonstrations at e.kateriooslav were particularly des '-.rate, many persons being killed. If you will take Foley's Orinb , ax ati\ve until the bowels become regular you will not have to take purgativest constantly, as Foley's Orino Laxative posIitively cures chronic constipation and sluggish liver. Pleasant to take. For sale by (leo. Freishelmer. SLAYER OF CHILD IS NOW IN CUSTODY 'eattle, Jan. 1.- Joseph Nicholas, slayer of the 4-year-old son of Joseph Hantos nlld assailant of the u-year-old brother of the dead boy, and of George A. Ilrown, both of whomii he shot, the latter dying of this wound last night, was traced to Port Orchard Cy blood hounds plut on the trail ''Thiursday, and captured today. 11t is now in jail at Scattle. ('tlie, the 2-year-old soll of Santos, who , as shot through the neck, is -till in a tdangerous conditotion. The billot iassed through thI chlilds neck on theI right side atnd caused paralysis of the right side of the body. Y )u would not delay tlakinig -oley's Kidmvy inmeddy at tli first sign of kidtny or bladder troubll if you real ized t'hat neglect might result in Bright's diseaso or dlabetts. ,'otly's Kildnty Remedy corrects irregularities :and cures nll kidney and bladder dis orders. For sale by tiho. Ftrelshteilmer. PLANNING TO REOPEN BOUNDARY DISPUTE 'ortltlnd, Jan. 1.--.\A evening paper today says that definits steps toward it reopening of the Oregon Washing ton boundary were taken by a party of Washington officials who recently heldit a secret conference in this city. Applicatlon will soon be formulated for at rehearing before the United States supreme court, which recently decided the controversy in Oregon's favor. Several contentions in sup port of the appeal for the reopening of the case will be set up by the people of Washington. Notice to Contractors. Scale of wages of International Hod Carrlers and Building Laborers, to take effect January 1, 1909, will be: Tending plasterers, $5 per day; mix inlg and handling mortar for masons and bricklayers and carrying hod, $4.50 per day. All other work, tending ma sons, bricklayers and carpenters, and mixing and handling concrete, $4 per day. Eight hours (between 8 a. m. and 5 p. m.) to constitute a day's work. All overtime and Sundays shall be paid time and a half: holidays, tdouble time. J. A. JOHNSON, S. S. WILDER. President. Recording Secretary. Are You a Weather Prophet? Does your rheumat'sm tell you when we're going to have rain or a change in the weather? You'd be wil ling to quit predicting the weather If you could get rid of the rheumatism then use Ballard's Snow Liniment. It's sure. Price 25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by eo. Frelshelmer. GUN FIGHTER STANDS TRIAL FOR ASSAULT SALTESE RESIDENT CHARGED WITH SHOOTING--M'VETY'S ACCUSER IN IDAHO. Yi-iterday afternoon County Attor ney Thomas Nelson Marlowe returned from Saltese, where he conducted the preliminary hearing of A. Ratcliffe, who is charged with assault. Ratcliffe, it is said, fired a shot at Peter Erick son a few days ago and came so close to establishing a reputation for marks. manship that he was thrown into jail. Th,- iallot passed through Erickson's hat. A decision in the case will be rendered this morning. Ratcliffe was represented by Gus Moser of Saltese and the county attorney conducted the prosecution. Mr. Marlowe was unable to hold a conference with "Kid" Bogart, the man who has made affidavit that H. H. McVcty was criminally responsible for the Taft fire of last fall. Bogart, who is a cook, is now working in Mullan, Idaho, and Mr. Marlowe has sent him an invitation to come to Missoula in order that the charges made may be investigated. It is understood that Bogart's accusation involves another man besides George Green, as an ac cessory in the crime and that this man is now out of the state. McVety was not In Taft at the time of the holo caust and it is alleged that he bribed oth.rs to set the fire. LOCAL BREVITIES Smoke \mr. Hooper cigars. L. Brooks of Plains was in town yesterday. James Rhoades spent yesterday with friends in Batte. Ring 263 black for Ed's hack. iH. E. Stone of Stevensville was in the city yesterday. James M. Rhoades. fire insurance. HI. M. Butler of Hamilton spent New Year's day in this city. Marsh, the undertaker, phone 321. E. A. \Winstanley went to Plains yes t'rday mlorning on ilness. Public stenographer, Florence hotel. Peter 'St'tvens of '\\winl Bridges was : Missoula visitor y'esterday. Public stenographer, Dawson. 5 Dixon ('. \V. Johnson of W\allace was in thli . city yesterday Iin business. ( Ferguson,. insuranlce, real estate. (' ('. aill of An\lnonda is attending to Iuisimisa matters ini this c'ity. Ior. Willard, osteopath. 1st Nat. bank A;I O(tuelette was in the city yester dav frolm his home i In earmiouth. Pinon tuning. $3.650. Phone 633 red. Ht. M. Coates of b:utte was a busi liness visitor in this city yesterday. Majestlc haims and Edgewood eggs -fine. Fred IHahn of Sploknne was In this city yesterday and greeted friends. ('hlldren 5c at the Lyric's special matinet e this afternoon. Miss A. Johnson of Livingston was rmgilsternmd at tihe Florence yesterday. Ri. ilwinn, M. D., diseases of the eye, oar, nose, throat. Glasses fitted. E. WVega was in the city yesterday fromt Saltese on business and pleasure. hIave your carpets cleaned the new way. Phone 561. Sloan Davis. Miss Mary Newport of Blonner' was the guest of friends here on Frl day. Drink Joel n. Frazier at the Oxford. "lvery swallow makes a friend." Mrs. R. C. Allison of Spokane was a Missoula visitor over New Year's day. Complete change of program at the moatline this afternoon, Lyric theater. John A. Carlson of Salt Lake was In the city yesterday on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Kaufman are mlending ia few days here from Salt Lake. J. Meriaum. electrical fixtures and supplies. Phone 311 black. Morton Webster was in the city yes terday fromn Wallace to spend his holiday. IT. J. IHamlill, architect, top floor First National Ilank building. Mlis Belle Sturtevant of Bremerton, Wash., Is 'visiting with Missoula friends. High-class piano instruction by Neal C. Perry, graduate pianist. Phone 82 red. W. RP. Allen, lieutenant governor el.'4t, was a New Year's visitor in Missoula. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Totman of Hamil ton were guests of friends in this city yesterday. The Star roller rink will be open every afternoon and evening from now on. Mr.and Mrs. A. M. Runnells of Hel ena were Missoula visitors on New Year's day. George tiothler, resident of Mulilan, is spendlifng a few days in Missoula on business. "Roller Skate Craze," at the Lyric this afternoon See it and laugh. 2:30 to 5 p. m. L. I.. Dawes and O. Miller, residents of Huson, are spending a few days here with friends. G. R. Brown came down from Ifutte yesterday and spent the day with friends In this city. Dr. Relsland, optical specialist, Ham mond block, directly over Missoula Drug Co. Glasses ground. Phone 374 red. Iiugh M. Ferguson came in from Bonner yesterday and spent his New Year holiday with friends. Don't forget the band dance on Monday evening at Elite hall. Full band will furnish the music. A good time is assured. R. T. Olson and family of Iron Mountain were in the city yesterday to eat their New Year's dinner and visit friends. Charles Pinkerton of the Big Hole country spent yesterday with his sis ter, Mrs. E. F. Herring, who gave an informal dinner In honor of the visit or and Mrs. Rose Morris of this city. 3he qolden Rule Children's j~ose---Jpecials Children's good, strong, firm knit, fast black ribbed hose, for boys and girls; regular value 19c; all sizes from 6 to 10; special, two pairs for .. . .......... ...2 &xtra Jtrong Ribbed jose Extra strong ribbed fast black hose, for boys and girls,_with reinforced knee and foot, as sizes fom 6 to 10; three pairs for......50O athletic f ose Extra heavy, wide rib, double knee and foot; if you have had trouble in finding a hose that will wear, try one pair of these; all sizes; per pair .... ...................... .......25 Sheet Blankets Jilkoline and White Cotton By placing orders for large quantities of Comforters cotton blankets enables us to make prices Comforters made of best quality wash. lower than you have been accustomed to able silkolines, and filled with pure white pay. carded cottons, closely yarn-tied or stitched. 10-4 full measure sheet blankets, good weight, in tans, grays and white, assorted Comforters fast color borders; per pair ..................68 C rt 11-4 full measure sheet blankets, extra Full size, filled with pure white fluffy cot weight, extra fleecing, grays, tans and ton; best grade silkolines ..................1.50 white, assorted fast color borders; per 72x80 best silkoline comforters, filled with pair ................................98¢ and $1.25 white soft cotton, close yarn-tied, good as 12-4 largest size made, an extra heavy, soft sortment of colors; each ..........$1.85 fleeced sheet blanket, in white, tans and 72x84 best solkoline comforters, filled with gruys; special value, per pair ..........$2.45 best grade soft white cotton, extra heavy; splendid assortment; each ........$3.25 $il WMool. jfigh qrade All Grades Comforter Coverings and Cot ton Batts. California Blankets Full Bleached Bath 7owels In these celebrated high-class blankets we Jpeclatlsed make a complete showing in whites, plaids, light and dark grays, mottled and browns; 18e full bleached bath towels ................13€ full assortment of sizes; ranging in price 25c full bleached bath towels ..............190 from ..........................................$4 to $12.50 35c full bleached bath towels ..............250 5 0 piano ,7ickets ,ien with each' o purchase from anyi department or with a 2 purchase of jewelry. `a "KID" ADAMS WOUNDED IN ATTEMPTED HOLDUP Spokane, Jan. 1.--After being hunted the country over for a theft committed In Anaconda, Theodore Adams, alias "Kid" Adams, was shot early today while trying to hold up a street car. Adams and another masked man boarded the car and attempted to hold up the passengers. Seeing C. U. Smith, a land office deputy, reach for his pistol, they fired at him, the bullet cutting his scalp. Smith re turned the fire, the bullet striking Adams in the back of the head, in flicting a wound which, if not fatal will paralyze him for life. SAILOR IS DROWNED. Suez, Jan. 1.-The United States At lantic battleship fleet, homeward bound, at 8 o'clock last night was 619 miles from Suez. The fleet is due Sunday morning. While passing through Babel Man deb strait into the Red Sea December 19, Jessio Scottland, an able seaman of the battleship Illinois fell overboard and was drowned. Perfect weatner was experienced all the way from Co lombo. There is no case on record of a cough, cold or la grippe developing into pneumonia after Foley's Honey and Tar has been taken, as it cures the most obstinato deep-seated coughs and colds. Why take anything else? For sale by Geo. Freisheimer. DESTROYED BY FIRE. Cebu. Island of Cebu. Philippine Is Itnds. Jan. 1.-Th' major portion of th' Chinese busiress section of this city has been wiped Jut by fire. Part of the foreign district also has been destroyed. The los.1 is estimated at $500,000. Ideal food for children. D PRICE'S WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD makes the children plump and strong and prevents sour stom ach and constipation. The best food for growing children, in valids and the aged. to For sale by all Grocers Look at This 5-room house, two lots, 18 bearing fruit trees, woodshed, chicken house and shade trees. All for . .1,800 Kline 'A Keith INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS Room 10, Dixon Blk. Phone 319 Red Missoula Investment Co's Grocery Shop 121 EAST MAIN ST. PHONE 72 A. J. BREITENSTEIN, Mgr. PHONE 72 Buckwheat Cakes and Brookfield Sausage Isn't that compensation enough for crawling out of a warm bed on a cold morning? This is the kind of food our pioneer ancestors ate and they thrived on it. The real genuine buckwheat in 10-pound sacks. 65# Brookfield sausages, per pound ............................. ...... a20 Popping Corn Corn never popped like this corn. Several years old, and an A No. 1 rioe popcorn and every kernel bursts into a white cluster of toothsome good ness. Three pounds ......................................... ...· Peanut Butter A perfect product of the choicest peanuts, palatable and easily digested; can be used in various ways in connection with other foods. You'll de clare that peanut butter on your bread is the best combination you ever tasted. Per jar ................................................. 5 Joe Fitzgerald's TOGGERY A happy and prosperous New Year to you. If you're looking for a good res olution put this u;ider your hat band: "When I need a suit or overcoat I'll have Joe make it for me, and save $5 to $15. "When rm running shy on shirts, collars, neckwear, underwear and other things peculiar to man I'll go to Joe's-the place where men are known and their tastes understood. "And when I don't even want a blooming thing I'll drop into Joe's and get posted on all the new ideas." Do this and you'll live happy for the next 12 months. Yours truly, JOE, 223 Higgins Ave. J. E. DEAN PAINTING, PAPERHANGING, DECO RATING. Estimates cheerfully furnished Contract work a specialty. Shop north of Shapard hotel. Tele phone 294 black. DR. E. H. FREEZE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Speclal attention to diseases of womnen. Suite 36, Higgins Blook, Third Floor. Telephone 517. Missoula. FOR Wines, Liquors and Cigars For the holidays phone J. E. POWER Family Liquor Store Corner Main and Woody A Cigar that Pleases -----THE "DELECTO" Union Made Magone & Anderson toldb Imining Company Room 5 Allen Blook MISSOULA MONTANA PLUMBING J. P. GRADY 119 W. Cedar St. Phone 175 Red Residence Phone 510 Blcek Missoula Palace Market J. D. WATTS Wholesale and Retail. FRESH AND SALT MEATS BUTTER AND EGG8 Phone 143 306 Higgins At M. L. GULDEN State Taxidermist AND FURRIER. Won Medal at Bt. Lo.h / 601 N. Sesend St.