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RILLY'S
Mitaoula'e Best Grooery.
BUSY CORNER 'PHONE 98
FISH
FOR 40 DAYS
10 CENTS for a fat Norway
Mackerel. A fine breakfast mank
erel worth more money, but our
prle, nl ................... .. . 1
BLOATER MACKEREL, ncth 2544
SOCKEYE SALMON, belles in
brine; very fine, b. .........2 O0
ALASKA RED SALMON, per
pound . ................ 1 1-2e
1,000 c(ans or rctd nalmon, the
Carrier irand. An extra fine fl-1,
and a lti bargain; per c:n.. 104
54--SARDINES-54
CODFISH MIDDLES-the choiceat
pieces of the cod; per lh .......20d
10-LB. PAIL 3K Norway
Herring ............... ....1......... .35
SMOKED HALIBUT; b...... .. .0
CHOOSE YOUR
PRESCRIPTIONIST
When you receive a prescription
It is always your privileger to, have
it compounded by any druggist you
may prefer, no matter what physl
elan writes It or upon what blank
or form It appears. Physlclans as
a rule prefer that their patients
shall exercise their own judgment
In this matter. Any physician will
approve of his prescrlptiq'ns being
brought to us because our service
is always of a scientific and wholly
rellable character. The best medl
cines is none too good for sick folks
-we furnish the hest.
Missoula Drug Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DAUGGISTS
Phone 16. Hammond Block
Misseula, Mont.
Special Prices on
PICTURE
FRAMES
and Pictures
SIMONS
812 figgins Avenae.
World's Almanac
1910 JUST RECEIVED
New shlpment Blue Print paper
received taJay.
McHaffie Bros.
J. W. LISTER
New
Location
114 East Main St.
Rowland, The Jeweler
WatMes, Diamoeds, Jewelry
8pe.al attention given to
FINE .WATCH REPAIRING.
114 East Main Street.
LUCY & SONS
EMBALMERS AND FUNERAL
DIRECTORS.
W. D. D. Kendrick, Manar.
Phone *4.
Henley-Eileman
Grocery Co.
J, B. Henley. N. . Tevis.
John Elgeman. C A. Crawshaw.
"Ravalli"
Oat Meal
Made at H7amllton from oats grown
li the Bltter Root valley. A superior
artlele at, 2 packages .................S.$B ,
06-p und sack ......................... 45
fI. 0. DeTar, who has won the title ,f
"The Silent llonoter" by going ahead1:
and 4howing .\issniula
D. O. DE TAR that there is plenty or
OO008TS coal where nohody else'
cottuld Mr e it, hns colmel
to tht' front again with an tilllltl'lne
nlitlt that is wI-holit·ne news to itll wih
aren interested in the e mointlerelit l flt
Itiure of the ;lrdoen itly of \ofntltiu.
"'r'here is entlough tiln meinrl ilshlle in
the vielnilly of Missoulu," haid h' Ilxt
right to ai .Alis+nillaltn lan, "to bring
thoullsallds of dollars Into lthe town,. I
htve jsit re'eilved frott W. A.. 'lit is,
itn ex-pert olf Vil"tld Dlu Iac, W\Vi., 1lll
connlneteld with the: ilandlard I.inie &
Irit I. conlmpany, an analysti of tlni"
that l' found neall r t'HuIlmn, anti the fig
tre sthow thul the setuff t'ortpares vIery
favorahlily, Indorel, witll that prodltcitlni
'in the Itllalrr state. which leads this
etolntry in that line. No. I'm giving
tihe Iil~flnn Ilitm' ilitle tlle worst of it
vwhen I Fsay that it compares only fa
vorably, for It's Jllut nhnut as good,
'Tlhis nonlysIN was maide in the lahor
ntorles of the university of Wis.onl
sin t l .\Indisnn and is prrnrtlnllrlnil Ins
rermnarknlhl, hy MIr. Titus. IIh rntluth n
Slsp'il l trip .i llissotla at mny rellcnest
unit is elthlNsilastic. Thailt isn't till,
how'eveur. 'I'here are grealt deposIlits iot'
rhtlli within a mitle of the city lImlite
tiad plllns 'for a modlern bri'ik-nlilkiing
pltllat went back olt with .IIr. Titus
for inspection by othler e.xprts. Ite
toil me thtll theor wti no lntll of
Misntllln'is going oIlut for hbriel, -itnciy
tre ll Ihriclk -when wit htu illi sh nill
trial right at Ihomne. We intrlld Into
start - work uI 1)oon tas Helsible' aUtn
will -i ut aua r own nloney into the prop
onitlin. No stotk will he sold. I can
not help but feel that this menaan
annethling to Miisouln nind the :lty's I
htulinees fultllre."
"I just lost a bet," snid c. A. Ilarnolh
last evening. "I het M&anager ILonnil
Iof the I'amliy a dnllnr
HARNOIS that this would he the
LOELS worst night for the
Winston company since
It came here, and 1 lost by a big ma
Jority. The way the theatergoera pat
r:nlize this house Is very gratifying
to all if uis and I'm sure it's duly
appreciated. To my mind, the largo
audiences that come night after night
and weekt after weteIl show that the
people enjoy dramatlred novels--no'
el of the romantic type. Manager
Lionel has been wite In featuring stach
plays and the result Is a triumph for
his hbusiness sagacity. Hlrton of love
and adventure take well with the pen
ple; I guess there's a whole lot of
sentiment In the best of us. Resides,
the company is one of the best on
the road; there's no getting away from
that." "Utncle C'harlle" Is now able
to announce the date on which Mrs.
I,esllo Carter Is to appear in Mia
tsoula. "V'ata llerne" is the vehlole
that Is to bring the famous aetress to
tJLt Itarnoli theater next month. It
is the first diltinctly modern play in
whluh Mrs. C'arter has appeared since
she became a star anl Is' said tn he
a remarkable producticoi. "\'ustra
Iterne" is given the cretdit of being a
worthy mutccesor to "!alti " "Itti Bar
ry" and "KassI."
frill WVcynmn is engaged Aix nights in
the week in ,cr:atilng artistic advertis
Ing in the newsroom of
WEYMAN The MMlssoullun, but on
HAS KICK the other one he likes
to amuse himself and
his family. LasIt night Iill didn't worl
and began ia cruiel that Included the
various picture and vaudeville shows
of the city. lie, landed flrst in n mov
ing-picture emporium and lthe very
first picture that he saw showed at
lot of men working in a foundry. 'That
was all right, thought 8111, but whebo
an aelident was shown and a pot of
metal was overturned on the workmen
he didn't likl, it. Then came a film
that showed the shanghaing of a boy.
That was all right again, for till has
been shanghaenhld himself, and began
to feel homesick for the forecastle and
the mlllzien mntti, or some such nntliL
cal things. Presently. however, the
shangh)aled one was taken into the
ship's galley and the cook approached
with a branding Iron and--well it's
easy enough to imagine what hap.
pened. "Itight there Is where 1 quit,"
said IHill. "The first pidcture showed
IIenough suffering, but tIle sncond ono
nnltdo It wor"e. When 1 go to a 'Inc
lilke that thoeutler I go to .he :umuttsed,
and seein'tg human ttings suaffer Is not
lIy hh ida of funl"
I'ra lios Atl.\n eles Iztnyntl ti It. it l ndls,
night thif displather n tilthe Iloieky
\la ilttan diivision of the
DODDS IS Northern IPacific, has
FAT NOW written to friends itn
.Missoula.h, For Iht, first
few weeks of his stay, ItRayitonaa Itran.
son was too blusy "sIa'leing tty toll
head oftf" to write to anybodty, but I
he has caught up with tthe let stleep
of ten thousand nights and has thir. ih,
tell whlat' happenedtl to hito tlneo I.e
went off shift at C8 'clock one morninlg
to take a long rest. lie writet he is
getting fat and that (nalifornia is d,,ling
wonders for his health. tie spleals
as follows of the railroaders of the,
I coast: "These fellows down here don't
know what a game we htave let thetre
on a railroad. Sunshine and .fine,
warm weather is the combination they;
have to contend with, and thant's pretty
easy. Hay. 1 saw Mr. JlzapeIje today
and he is looking fine; he looks at
e Ist 10 years younger than he did."
All this will be welcome newss' tol the
friends of the dlspstcht'er and the s.o
perlntlle ndent.
Reopening of Establishment.
Madam t'lotilde will have her r'e
opening March 1st, and cordially in
vites all the ladles to come and see
her Parisian models.. 14 Hammond
hlock.
MISSOULA
Billiard Parlors
107 LAST FRONT STREET
W, R. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.
FOR
RENT
Three first-.la· s office rooms
on Iliggins navnue, centrally
Io.'nlde', can Ih rent~d epanr
Snltly or amn a unite.
. 5-room modtern fint, jIst
coinpl'ted, on WesV t Spruce
E. A. Winstanley
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS,
154 HiggIns Avenue.
ROWE TO DELIVER
LAST LECTURE
WILL SPEAK ON PRE*HISTORIC
ANIMALS IN THE EXTENSION
COURSE THIS EVENING.
I Dr. .1. 1. Itowe of the tatt I' tnl
Sverslty will deliver the last .orture of
|lhi. extension oeurse on geology at the
Scity library this evening. lilI auh
dject for the evening will be "Anlmnl
Development Thrmough the Ag"rs." Ile
will begin with the different theorloe
regarding the formation of the solar
system and will explain the nnimnls
r which existed before the time
of man. These anlmnls wer,
of course, invcrtehrates and of
the lowe.,t type of animni life.
,lie will trace the development of the:
animanl from that period through the
different ages of which we have rec
ord up to the time of man. Dr. Rowe
n will have about 75 slldes to Illustrate
thi lecture and It should prove even
p more Interesting than those which
have preceded It. The talk will be
r comprehensive but brief and will cover
n all of the ground as thoroughly as the
r space of time will permit.
~ peaklng of the course last evening,
Dr. Row saild: "The series of lectures
, has been a great success from every
t, standpoint. It meant a lot of work
n on the part of those who delivered
n the lectures bhut the results have more
e than satIsfied us and I believe that a
, general Interest was created by the
colurse. The average nttendAllne was
a in the neighhorhbnd of 70 and at no
o time have there been fewer than 40
it people present. The laboratory classes
n were also very well attended antl I
e 'think that the courau more than justi
e fled itself." *
a The lecture this evening will begin
a at 8:30 and i iii he delivered In the
- hbsement of the city library.
NEWS OF ST. REGIS.
n! --
S FSt. lRegi., Fe'b. 14.-(RSpoeial.)--H.
if nrns, who has been employed by
n the Big* Tillncfto, t Milllng company
here, has left for his home in Wash.
id Ingtnn.
k 'I'e youlng people of St. Regis gave
to a very enjoyable dunce last evening.
A. ltns. of Wallace has taken Mr.
Ilnrnes' Ilinac in the office of the Rig
llinctkfIoot .Jtilling company h.ere.
J. H. MAHONEY RETURNS.
J. II. Mlthomny of th Independent
.umhber c'mpany retulrlned IAt even
ing frort a two wVeks' trip t, . attle,
V\'utori, Il. C,, and othir coa.t clties,
lie Hpeont several tdny il T;toln In d
Heattle. butt waI mxit inmpr,.M ed with
kVictoria, @stpc'inlly afrter having heetn
tompell)ec to itIanwer .toii ih' f the IeIPs
tietin aaikedr by the immllnigritiomn of'L
citils.
MRS. JONES RESTS EASILY.
MIr,. Izzle Jlones. th,. colored
woman ah Wis shht ti IW. It. G(;rif
fith, talo ciolored, la.t week<. Wals r. -
piIrted lastt night Iis rit.tlig witv at
Ht. Pa4Ltri4'I s kIn1. 'it l. he, i l ono
lhlamllton, l.:t. - "The Itavalll
ITnlel," J. O. lie:il, ownetr anid manpger
Under New Management
The ISIS.
Barber & Marshall
THE SOUTH SIDE GROCERS.
609 South Higgins Ave. Phone 20.
Ravalli
Products
GRAHAM FLOUR
10 potunds ... ......................40c
'4 pounds .......................... 90
WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR
10 pounds ..... ..... ................400
24 pounds . ...................... .. 80o
ROLLED OATS
4 pounds . ..................... 25
ftavalli Graham is as good as
tavanlli Oatmeal.
.\sk any customer of our's whetlh
er Hlamilton Graham Is good.
LOOK AT OUR WINDOW
SHOIGUN MEN AREi
TO TAKE TRIP
MISSOULA COUNTY TRAPSHOOT.
ERS' ASSOCIATION TO
VISIT HAMILTON.
The MissoulaCll (ounty Trapshootera'
iasrorlatlon agrel to Ilnmllton on Htn
dyln, F'hbrclury 20. nm guelots of the
llrlrnilton f(ctn hchib. M.Inch enthlusiasm
hna hIen manifeoted In regard toe the
efmlniln trip alnd on enjoyalte shoet is
nIltielllled. Mlnnmy of the remerrel.n, of
Ihltr eui.itio)lln havi expressed their
intllellioln of going. They wIll Iunve
len the morning tra in and return In the
eveningg
I 'le. shoot nver the' new groundsi on
lost eienday wasH wll attended and It
1s hopede that the nuemhershllj roll will
hi r t least I00 Iorleror the big state
)ionnt takee plinace in ,June. linny In
Sllelrlnes arel helng rep ilved by Fecretary
Mj.llpe In regard tol thel big shoot and
It Inrge eItteeluendncee: lvu expreted. mol
I lonwing r( h ru e scores minlde on
I'irt eve.ll, 2. singles -fhpges 24.
IIunrtle 19, '.hiIbnilen li , Andrews 21,
Stelnhreennor 21, MInnIgoKnlery 1;,
\W'nody 17I, Ilarson 2", England 232. .enr.
ihalll tR, HIlter 21. IHolmbneh 17. Nor
berg 12, (ettingeer 20.
:rcond ,eventl. 2.' inulel,-M.lapes 23,
SIlartley 21, 'l'hiho.rleo t 14, .\ndrews 23,
NItrlllnhrenneler 23. lontgonmory t,
\Vontly 21, I.rllrln e li, I1: ellllnd 22, MInr
-Ieh ll 2(1, Ilnk r 24, IfeIlmh.c'h Il,. Nor.
berg 20, olttinger 12.
'Third event, 2. .lngchles-Mnpeee 24.
Jiartley 23, T'lllrhde 1nt4. .undrewn 22,
HNtlnhrennller 2., Mlnnt.nlmery 20, l.nr
son 24, England 23, Marshall 19, IlHlm
c hash 17, Norberg 13, Ottinger 22.
I'ourth event. 25 elngle.-Mapes 23,
I Itartley 21, 'i'hihbndeul 1R, Andrews 1A,
S1telnhroenner 23, Montgomery 17, 1,nr
r oen 22, I'ngland 21, fleinhbah 24.
LADS OF MISSOULA
CONFESS TO THEFT
Loquacity of One Leads to Admissions
by Boys Who Snatched Purse
From Mrs. Cole on Street.
Through the Ioquaoit of one of the I
trio, the Identity of the three boys who
last Saturday evening robbed Mrs. Al
bert Cole of her pocketbook, contain.
ing a conalderahle sum of money and
voluables, as she was walking along
South Fourth street west, has been
learned, and one of the boys has been
arrested, nithough he was later allowed
It go to his home upon his promise
to appear In court when wanted. The
lads are members of well-known Mis
soula families and the officials are of
the opinion that they will be sent to
the reform achool. Two of them have
been In trouble before. Through their
eonfoseions, it has been learned that
the boys met under the south end of
the Illgglns avenue bridge and divided I
their spoils. They thriw away the
llrse nnd It has not been ifound.
IN THE THEATERS
Olga Nethersole, who comes to the
Iturnols theater' Friday, February 1,i
in "Sapho," is conceded by the critics:
of Paris, London and New. York to
be the greatest "Sapho" the world has
ever seen. In all probability the part
twill be associated with her in theater
annals it as "Rip Van Winkle" was with
Joseph Jefferson and "Beau Drummel"
with Il'hard Mansfield.
I Many other actresses have attempt
ed the rolte. Some of them, notably
the Flrench women, have met with sue
ctes, for "Sapho" is built upon an im
mortal theme. It Is at page from the
book of life and must make a general
appeal to all who see it,
The stamp of authority has been
definitely placed upon the Nethersolo
interpretation of the celebrated role,
however, by the highest authority, and
that no other than Madam Daudet,
widow of Alphonse Daudet, the cele
brated author of the novel from which
the play was written by the late Clyde
Fltch.
The grand.
"Hoth Spinner's Troubles" is the it
I ti i' io t skit at the (brand, which is
r played by Lewis & .Lessington. Just
what Seth's troubles are would be
hard to find out, but at that, the act
is good. It gives a fine chance for the
man of the team to give an exhibition,
of dancingi which wauld make most
"rlhbes" green with envy. The sound
of his dancing can easily be heard at
oInner, for his feet are adorned with
heavy brogans which strike the stage.
iloor with awful thuds. Howe & Howe
give an exhibition of mind reading or,
as they term It, "mental telepathy,"
which Is hetter than the ordinary. One
man is blindfolded on the stage, when
his partner goes among the audience
and points to the various articles they
may be wearing or carrying. The
blindfolded one invariably toells the
name of the article, much to the die
appointment of the audience.
At the Family.
Only a fair-slmed audience witnessed
the initial production of "A Panic in
Wall Street" at the Iamilly theater
last night, but those who did were
well repaid. It is a stirring play, with
plenty of action, good, strong comedy
and bright linou. The great stock
scone in the third act is a "hum
mer" and was handled with a vim and
dash that was commendable. C. J.
Lionel as "Jim Errol" gave a fine por
trayal of a trying part. W. S. Van
Dyke was exceedingly good as "HJar
ry." Rotheft Ingersoll, M. E. Callanan
and Edward llearn all deserve special
mention. Miss Winston sns "Mary
lawton," while hat ing little to do, was
sweet and winsome. Miss Spencer and
Miss Cirey both did well. It is a good
performance in every way.
COAL MINING PLANI
TO COST FORTUNE
REPRESENTATIVE OF EASTERN
CAPITALISTS ANNOUNCES
ELABORATE PLANS.
"One milllion dollars is to be spent
In the vicinity of I)Htnrnet iin the dev-el
nping oRf ·onl lands," pald the reprie
sentaFive of nnl 1atstern connern last
night. "This Is to be the greatest
r coal plant In wvstern Montann," ho
rw-nt on, "atnd this money In all Ito
i.be broiught In from the outsile. Nat
a penny is to he unliciteid here iand notl
a single share of .toi'k is to he 8itd.
S'ev.crail easte(rn men of large meaneis
t are Interested in thlli proposition and
Sprospect work has shown that valuha
hlo hbdn of coal ctre situated neattr Il.
Rmet. Title to a good many acre. hnas
already been noetired through agents
and we hold options on much more
hland. We plan toL make our plant
strlictly modern in every way, and
when I say that $1,f000,00o 1 14 to be
spent In develnpment work and for
machinery. I mean every cent of It.
The first transfer of lind tl to he
made within a week."
The man who spoke the abovo words
in favornhbl known in li'snn.in and o
to Missoulla buiness Ipeople. 11e re
'lt'ests that his nrmne he kept a seer,'(
for the time hringl. l . e any that there
ai enough coal in Mitsnitln's vicinity
. to koeep th city sullpplild for count
Iss years to cnmo and that intelllgent
miniong In all thlt Is needed to bring
out this supplly. I1e Is himself it Iltln
Ing eRxprt and Ihas prospected west.
. erm Montana thorioughly'. Therhfre
his nnnouncement hlm. more thnn ordl
nay interest.
AN APPRECIATION.
Editor Missoullan-As a citizen of
Missoula, I wlsh to express my ap
,preciation of "The Kingdom" column
conducted by Dwight 8. Bayley. Ills
articles "About Gymnasiums" and
"Public Cleanliness" In this mording's
paper should he thoughtfully consid
ered by every one who has the best
interests of Missoula at heart.
Yours for a Y. MA. C. A. and a
cleaner city, 3. . 1ROROERIS.
Missoula. Feb. 14.
PROHIBIION MEASURE
STRONGLY OPPOSEDI
ltonolulut, Feh. 14.-The congres
sional measure providing for prohlbi
tlon in the Hawalian islands is opposed
by the Honolulu Chamber of Com
merce, the Merchants' association and
the Bar association on the ground that
It in unwarranted federal Interference
with a local matter, hut I stipported
by the Civic federation and the Minis
terial assncintion.
Twenty-four feminine organizations
Ihave petitioned congress to extend
them the privilege of voting at the
plebiscite on the prohibition question
proposed by the senate committee on
Pacific islands and Porto Rico. The
wives of Governor Frear, Chief Justice
Dtole and other prominent women of
the Iolapds are tnking part in thi'
movement.
SETTLES APPOINTED.
Helena, Feb. 14.-Charles M. Settles,
for many years an eynploye of the
Helena postoffice, now In charge of
the money order division, has been
appointed by Postmaster tIuffaker as
assistant postmaster, succeeding the
late A. J. 1lisk. W. F. Ziets, who has
'been In the posatofhe for 20 years,
succeeds Mr. Settles In the money or
der dbpartment.
The "Pree"-11 a week buys It. In
.iured five years. Orris Music lHouse.
H amilton, Mont. - "The Ravallll
Hotel," J. O. Ttend, owner an0 manager,
Special Matinee Saturday
2.35 at
.The ISIS
Brinq the Little Folks
t
a Pine Watches 'and
o Repairing Diamonds
E. H. DEMING
t Jeweler and Optician
e 120 Higgins Avenus, MissoulI, Mont.
y
eI
h
y IT'S AGAINST OUR RULE
k to sell any paint we4 Opnot safely
guarantee. Itf t's quality and dur"
ability you pre looking for
KE.LLOQ, PAINT CO,
stands for that.
Hermonsa Toilet Articles
y Agents will call on you, Give them
ls a trial. AGENTS WANTED.
d ' EVA "ALL,
d I 1246 North Higgine Avenue
S Briton ioek.
SPENCER'S
Correct
Ladies' Clothing
New Spring Suits, Dresses
Skirts and Waists
Arriving Daily
One-Piece Cloth Dresses
$5 $7.50 $10 $12.50
The hands on Your
Watch May Lie to You
.Andl i I the(y do it is ti ne for y2Vo to
have it repaired. A sic'k watch is
like at sick ersoln, it should have
thle Ihest doctor. We are prepared
to put your wateb in order and it
will tick fo r your grandchildren.
Try us on your jewelry repairing.
Every piece made to look like new
when finished by us. (live its a
trial. Sat isfuaet ion guaralnteed iat
Kohn Jewelry Company
The Largest Jewelry Store in the City.
DESCIIHAMPS'
IMPLEMENT
STORE
Farm
Implements
Hay and
Grain
Missoula, Montana
He Eats
HIS NOONDAY MEAL AT THE
California Wine House
That's why he looks so contented.
Everyone knows the worth of
"Rudy" Wischmann as a chef. He
puts up the best in the lunch line
and he specialnllzes the merchants'
noonday lunch.
A test will prove the correctness
of this assertinn.
11:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. m.
I.ulln.'I' Rervrl witl wine or hbeer
ait ftsl tihc's (t't "p h:nin in closing
h u 'r.
THOS. H. THIBODEAU, Prop.
MIX ,& SONS
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS. HAY,
GRAIN AND WOOD.
Knowles' Block. 204 8. Third
Save your cash register checks,
return $25.00 worth and get $1.00 In
merchandise free.
S HORTHAND
and Typewiting School
AT HOTEL MISSOULA
No home study. Positions secured
Private Phone 141.
yi MISS WISDOM, Teacher.
USE SMITH'S
COUGH BAILAM
nI For Coughs and Colds. At
SMITH'S DRUG 801OR
Algnt for Eastman kodake and
Dlrcn hbarbors' suppllie,
Great
Sacrifice
Sale
Retiring From
Business
Sluits to )rdi r at it lidne
1tiot of
$7 to $10
a tnin Vonlelleod lo Irtirte
from 1lll sii 'ss jn.1, .s I hIIaIve
a, ltIn'. stock of
High Grade and
Imported Woolens
O()n 1111an, I tllur goin- to i111
SUITS AT COST
C(io lde illK imygoods Ildll
iy pr'ices
I IX 8I , I1'~,l I,)01º .ISALE
M. Solomon
212 Higgins Avi. Mlissonih.
Careful Housewives
1consult their own best Ihterests by
Svisilting the Union maraet. In all of
Moptana, for excellence of stock and
lowness of prices we stand unexcelled.
Union Market
1 0.132 Higgins Ave. Phone 117
The Perry.Esseistyn Coal Company
Suouessor to Q. W. Perry Coal Co.
Higglne Blk., Ground Floor
iPhone 282
Excluelve Agente 'Owl Creek Coal.,

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