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ti rua and floors;
tt tbn, and it wil riot
.,to dust the .trnlture,
will he no dust. Try
Si4 Sºti$$. Us, all you
144;14:tr not satisfled with
a neyo will be cheer.
tliQe b ktiant wheat flakes,
otia 'hew t 'flakes, large Pkg
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E: F~ PRUIT.
l fr.ih 4ltt departmeot Is the
a .i Ol complete of any
l .the elt?. Also our fresh
``In ;P i9. Bell Phone i8.
While they laMt
we will give
away free nn.ln
f-pae tihe enarplexlon
hair Frle while they last at
t . M ON x,111 , , GGI.T.
X1+ - H4h d Ilk.
g . . pA iZ AN 8 Co.
p to Moaff Ie Bros.),
'14 Past Main treet.
.LOOSE LEAP and BLANK
syketat attengiven to
"NE.,. 'IA W TCH REPAIRING.
... 114 . Last' Main Street.
uallding Entirely Remod
eled and Refurnished,
P. J.' CQNROY, Mapager.
-- Te Tailor
CLOTHING TO ORDER.
Cleaning, pressily , altering,
O89 West Main St. Phone 76 Red
it of Your Next Pay
!Make a depolst on a sult. You will
never regret It If it comrn fromn
FLOOD & 8HUPELL, Tailors,
i1G W. Cedar, Opposite Court House
Ind. Phone 1678,
Missoula Cab and
J. E, ,annon Proprietor.
FirstClass Livery In Conneotion
Is. MY, n At. Telephene 41
SLUCY ~ SONS
, I.ALMERS AIND FUNERAL
w. D, Kendrlo, Manager.
l'rank Smilth is barck from an auto
mobile tour that is probably a record
for a local machine,
A LONG He was away from
JAUNT home for 31 days antl
in that time covered
2,200 niles without accident and
reached home right side up, tanned
and with an Increased ktho.vledge of
the northern part of the statle. "'The
trip was pleasant, -hut dry,", anid Mr.
Mmlth Iust night to a Mllsstrlian man.
"The roads wore better In mnost phIlcs
than I had expected and I found the
trip n satisfactory experience. I went
rrom here to Oreant tPaalls and after
that swLng around to lHavre and the
Illac'kroot reservation. Then I went utI
into Canada, going within twenty
miles of Lethbridge before 'I turned
back, 'Tihe trip was not undertaken
for pleasure; I had a companion who
was looking over the country; he Psei
a great deal of it and I had a good
time. It It a ,big country up there
and we ware over a good deal of it,
We had no accident and the machlne
acted well all the way. But twe
thuamland miles and more make a Iong
ridet w\hen you are running over t'rln
I,'rank (Coonry has been explorlng thi
Iltickfro.t valley to some extent by
Ilre automnoblle method
UP TO lrand reportql a leRas
LINCOLN nlt trip. Ite went Ill
to the headt of 'the
valley, cle.ar to IAinruln, iand says t4le
rotadl tiro not Ii llm iostI of the way.
"It was a good trip as far as Helm
villi," said lie yesterday, 'lbut If '1
had, known more about tlhe hills be
tween here and Lincoln, I would have
turned back there; but after r was
over and at the foot of the montnain,
I was glad II had made the trip. It
in a wonderful country, the Black
foot. It was a revelation to me. I
never sacrw such fine timlber anywhere
as there is up there and the ranches
arb all looking well; those which have
good Irrigation systems are heavy
with crops. The only disagreeable
feature to the whole trip was the
fires; they are bad In places and are
getting worse, so the .valley people
told me. The trip was pleaaant all the
way, except that In places the smoke
was a little dlsagreeable. There are
not many Mislloula people who realise
what "it splendid country It is up
Another expedition which returned
yesterday from the Blackfoot was
made up of Charlie
A GREAT Hart, Warren Shopp
VACATION and John Plemling.
The three hlid been
camping for twelve days, at the mouth
of Cottonwood creek and they are
burned and tanned and blistered but
they say they had the time of their
lives. Hart. acted as alarm clock,
Shopp was cook and Plemnling, lecause
there was nothing elso for him to do,
caught the flash. Hart had the hardest
joh; he had to wake up at ai o'clock
in order'to get the cook up at 6, so
that breakfast could be ready for the
fisherman at 7. But he did his duty,
and there was not It morning when
the tremendous sound of his voice did
,not wake the echoes along Cottonwood
and up and down the river. Hie was
tihe hero of the trip. But the sleek
appearance of the three testifies to
the excellence of the cu.isne which
Stropli provided and to tile hountiful
supply of trout which Plemling fur
nished. By these signs, the work or
each was well done. The only un
pleasant feature of this trip wlis the
nreelssity for coming honie; nIll wanted
The're were Ilively scenes on the sewer
conlstrltc'tion yes'terdliy; tihe big 'xctt
v'tiing mnichlne was
A GOOD s(t up and mnlde ready
START.... for operat'iion. It was
iv\en i whirl last
night and will be In full swing today.
It is an interesting pIlec of machinery
and Its operation was watched yes
te(rdaly afternoon by a good many peo.
pile. Contractor O'('Connor wias on the
Job hIllself and with hIls foreman' had
ti, fortc.e ul r itld at work all the time.
"'This Is mn l ellxperlenced gung," auldt
ih tto II Mlssrui olrnn mTarn wviltr wIt iook
ri tn ''n "lTh firelrrinr irnd thie englnr
ti'l ' Ir' t'e only ment wh tiare frmillllrh'
wIrli the mahlinli bu' rit thy will Ill
attIrn lillir'n lind thIng i wiVll ml)ive filnterl'.
In rune liltite, witlh air inexilerlr'i lnl
t'rr.', we unlloitl'rll thsl mallchint oilnr,
ilunrnlrig and Iand It wvorking irt 4
S'clock thIe sanle tiny. Wie shrill u.(r
this onri lll ti.i y up ir,'ront ltreelt.
illirn we act It. Hlgglns avenue, thoea'
itrItr will hr. givvin rinithi'r Inmrclilne
and ia ,tIu'w grng wi II uise thl on ontl
itiII '.ii ar url wOtrk. \Ve shall Ine iihl'
TO PROMOTE HARMONY
IN FOREST SERVICE
W\ashington, Aug. 14.-In order to
promote co-operation between the field
officials of the general land office and
the forest service in the settlement of
honlestead claims within the nutional
forests, representatives of the interior
and agricultural departmentts will leave
Washington Thursday for the west to
confer with field agents of these two
branches of the government. The task
hIl been delegated to Jamon M. Sherl
dan, chief of the field divilion of the
general .And office, D. D. Bronson, of
the forest service, hnd R. W. Williams,
Jr, assitant to the solicitor of' the de
partment of agriculture.
,T h Watshington officials will visit
ýqll*, Mont., Portland, Ore,, Nan
1i'tMlea,, Ogden, Utuh; Denver, and
.Albtiquerate, N. M.
Wgnt, advertlsin" Io ai right-work
thlipt--Opr ;thbe .ght .workerl
, MO NEY
' ro Inn on Irnprov .d tlly annll flrn
I or thro or five yeart with pirll
legr or rrpuyment of wholu or
part in two and a h ilf yolrs.
184 Hlggins Avenue
CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETS
BUT DOES NOT FIX DATES
Thel* M|IHIiIILa dernnclrlrticl iclrunt)
central colnllmittee, with C'htlrlnur
William H. Smith preshling, met II
H. '. Wllklnson'a offices, In the Dun.
can & Dixon block, lnst night ann
appointed delegates to the state con
vention, to be held at Livingston Sep.
tomber 8. No dates were fixed for the
county convention or primary.
Immediautely after the meeting wir
caulled to order at motion to have tit(
chali' appoirt it comrmlttee of five tr
name the delegates to the convent or
was adopted. Thel, following nUtime',
were alppoilnted on this eimnlittu.e: H
J. Coffe(, Dlan l, yfrorl. IPrlnk VWoody
C. H. Haull and .1. M. ICvlnlis. Thie dcel
lltre nIumnled rle:
'rank Woody. C. A. Marion, J. M
Evans, J. M. I.uty, Johln Lynch, Jame.,
H. Corhett, C. It. Hall, A. IH. Higginh
S. J. Coffee, It. J. Holland,. W. it
McClain, A. J. Vihlette, I). J. lHcyfron
Jr., Michael Lind, IFrlnk Nielrn. I%
W. Cowan, W. It. Shields, John H
Tonin,. Hugh Kennedy, Tytar l'hompp
son, John McCulg, Thomas Thlbodeatl
A. L. Duncan, GIrHlalprd Deochaimps, Jr.
T. N. Marlwe, J. Ilart Willis. 1). 1.
O'Hern. H. I.'redericks, W. W\V. Ilerry,
D). T. Currun nd Ii. ('. Stiffl'.
J. L. Hlocitn. lPeter HMhheffTr. J. W\V
Kennedy, W'. J. lhllhbington. C. A. Still
inger, M. M. lrlHN, ((l,'orge )Dln'llll,
John W'. IFran.er, ('. 1J. (Gllbert, Alex
Dem'ers, IEllwin IFox, i\'lliul n I1
Smith, Will ('luve, John Pope, Thomnas
P. C'onlon, 'Frank (Ullllgher. WV. V',
McCormick, I. T. Wilkinson, John It.
Tools, C. II. Richalrdsn, ,hones Pro
man, W. L. Kelley, C. R. Prescott, J.
R. Dean, Jdeephllll Ieehe, John Nolnnaln,
H. B. Campbell, C'. It inley, Adram
Bickol. W. H. M.(hiin.
Secreturyr' Cove an.i Ilnstrllted to
notify ttiO)e selected.
The (ltuntion of a mieeting p.lece for
the colunllty co)vnllion was discussed.
The county colmmir.lsoners hllave dc'
cided not toI let any orrL ofr orgllnizan
tion hold a meeting In the new cl'urt
room. Comnmislsioner ('rran., be)ng
present, said that this decision ol the
bonrd's part wn.wt final. It is desllired
to keep the colrtroom in scilp shalipe,
and that, he saidtl, wuldl he Ini' llossible.
if it were th'.'lrwn opiien for mneeings.
One and will hI te tr'otl'd c llke.
Thlese matters c ,suliclrlled. lle linellrt
VETERANS AT LITTLE ROCK.
New Orleansa, At ug .. -Official an
nouncement that the twenty-firs't re
union of the United Confederate vet
erans will be held Mary 1i, 17 and 18
of next year at Little Rock, Ark.. was
maude tonight by G(eneortl William G.
MHickle, adjutint general and ehlnf of
HAD FOUR WIVES AND
WAS ENGAGED AGAIN
t ull.ville, Ky., Aug, 13.-- (CIrh1gerl
with having mairried lui r Inimes with
out hnll ll r.ctn.ind t l divorce fl' ro
wit\' having stolen 11 diamond rnl'lg, t i
Igold llr; tch and othel r l IJewcelry from.,
I 'nite Lr' Wari'lnr of1 Winllhetri'. Ky.,
tit Whol lie wis engagedi, C. L. F'.
*i'l was arrested lhere tn' inlht. Al.
crdrhlig to h'ioie f I',oliiei Mcthorrd of
Winhtllrt', lIit ia ctrn helrr Fraozlier ulltr
ri'id Mins lriits' fr'ak of Chicago.
Seven months l er he is said i) halve
mirriid .Mtiss 'nauliUne ()lt, of litrck
iporl, Indr and pr'v, usly In said it
hlalvle 1r ld tir otlllr Kviticky
Wur.|hi goini , A rig. r5.--'rhi plir lnrlli
tiill Pof 1l'i ti cr . PI., Pis ni1,005, ain
i r'no s ilf i2.,i.ih, rir IS.2 rper rent., li
ilnililiri v wilh the i 0th'inliirlr'n lpo)irrhi.
451,512 ihi 1900.
I1' wilndow erich ioris ai t di lsti' d and
wivI 'id with a gr ltii rig necncir.i r Ilrlly
tiii ir livt e will bre mIitith prrllohnged, •
Barber & Mprshall
THE ACCOMMODATING GROCERS
Bell Phone 20. Ind, Phen. 420.
, THI1 OOUTH GIDE GROCE5R..
HIGH COST OF LIVING ATTRIB
UTED TO TRUSTS AND TAR.
IFF BY DEMOCRATS.
Washington, Aug. 1]." -The tariffs,
trusts, comllnes, monopolies and an
itnroie'l.td oney supply, are the subh
a..ntial incnses for the advance in
pri'es In the United( Stutes, accorldilng
to keneetorn Johnson of Alabama,
('lahrke of Arkansas, Iand Smith of
luth Carolina, mnlority nmembers, of
the' seltct elnnaLte cvommlittee ppointed
during the luast sesalon of congress to
Irnvestglrtei, and make an report on
w.lgex and the' prices of vommodiltie.
'The report was made public toeday.
Vigorous uattack is made In the mi
nority report on almost all the rea
sons given by the majority in its re
port submitted some' time ago as to
the cause for the' advance In prices.
After attacking one aH a time the 1I
principal causes which, according to
the majority report, contribute to the
hligh e.ast of living, tile minority re
port takes up the tariff, decainring,that
whlen , the Payne-Aldrich bill was
frt.me'd, "ehampegne was Iput on the
framed, "champagne was lput on tile
while wearinrg apparel was taxed froln
i0 to 9( per cent--drinking champagne
was to the encouragedl and wearlng
woolen clothes dlscouraged."
"8q with halts,"' they sald, "those
hrihlgin not over $4t.0 per (hdxon were
taxedl 77 per celnt and those valued lat
miorne than ;it per dozen, 47 per cent."
Showling thel effec't of the tariff on
1 prices they Instance sugar, oin which
tile New York consumer, they saty,
pays more than the London consumer,
by the difference between tile sugar
tariff In two countries, plus 17 cents
per hundred pounds.
"It Is scarcely necessary," they add,
"to meltion the iniquitous woolen
.cheedule, when the tariff ratee are so
high on (hese necessities of our peo
Iple us to preclude' and foreign compe
tition with .the American manufac
turer,' except on high priend goods
uI rcl(hase ll I by thie wealthier consumer
who (anll to. some extent, disregard
Tuking up. the (iuelstion of trusts,
comhinatlons mnd Inonopolles, they de
ellure, "that there are few trusts that
(' ould survive a revenue tariff. They
flourish only under the' shadow of high
"'rhie methods ,of tile niealt trust,"
they declare, "''sems to he' admirably
a; dopted to taking frolm the, consumer
and the producer the largeAt amount
that tat te triff will heaer. Their des
Iructloln of local competition , cannot
h1 lni.prove'd Illpon."
SCHOOLS ARE OT1ED
BUILDINGS FOR RAVALLI, ST.
IGNATIUS AND RONAN ARE
'rhe r~eservation is to have three
lnew schoolhouses, one at Rntalll, St.
Ignatiius and Itonln, as the reltilt of
it i specia election held yesterdally. The
parlt of the Ilhtiuthuad reserve that lieus
within the. bloundarles of Missoula
county incluilet the towns of Arlee,
HnynIai, St. ignatis and ]lonun, and
polls were' opened at each of these
places yestol'rday. The qultestion to be
voted til was the issuing of bonds . to
the soun of $15,i000 for the construe
thion of the three schools, and there
were 11i vtotes' for and only seven
agint. All ofi these seven were cast
ait Iltnnu. The M lissoult county part
of the reservalion Is to he reorganized
Into a new school distrlct, this huaving
been made leceesmary hby the opening
of the Indiant dolrlnin and oil petition
by prominenll t residtents. Yesterday's
Vote stolod(I Itn folll\tws:
I ,Iuv In L.
.\ i'lt't' ............ i
It atotill ... ..... Ho
l'otils .. 11 7
.\,rite halRs sc'hoolhousoe alrelidy and
the new distric't. when it begins oper
ations, will ihave fouir bhildlings, suffl
vl'ent to take cart io the edtteational
TO COMPETE IN RACE.
New Yorlk, Aug. .--''le three
Hrltslh mlotor" bouts which will corn
pelt for tihe Iltrmswornth international
c'hlllenge clp on Ineixt El8ltlrday nr
rived here todaly oni thle stt'lllelallli
M illetonkLt al . 'ilThe boats are the M taple
I.etlf, own\Ved ittby Mlaclcky Etidglrse; the
81gorellt, owned by )Daniel Iiatnhtury,
nndl it new ,htydi'roplane, owtnell by the
DI I)~ik W t \ lilllln ter.,
MANY KILLED INSTANTLY.
WIatertownI, N. '., Ag.' 1.;.--Several
italiln lithorers' were killed tindt a
Ilrg nlllller lnjred iby tihe collapse
Lttloday of It porl'tioln f aI da1m of tile T.
A. (lilllile & Co,. at Mnasstnu on the
big ltpowr canal. The Injutred were
Itkllenl til llospital at Cornwall, tInt.
GIVES LIFE FOR ANOTHER. #
'Venice, 'aIl,, Aug. t15,-Jolhni Ii.
lildgeway of this city wtas drowned in
the strr etrly tiday while attenlpt
ing to save the life or'f Miiss 13slie
li-lrtner of Ptiuldena, who wvlts belle
swelpt out to mse Iy a swiftly running
eturlrent. Mdiss la;'tner wte Ililter
brol'ught safIly ashore,
Boulder Springl 'Reopens.
The new hotel is conlplpted Rn4 was
opened for,. ttltlneles on' July .t. ' ilhisL
resort casn be reached b) the Northlern
T'aclifio elther via ,lelg)a or lBtl.4O
tIl.epfo vpyP 41ie Grele. N.frtl'lhern rail
Sa undred t
arl Fall Trimmed fats
' Direct From New York
Prices That Will Move Therm Quickly
Very jaunty and' smart is this Iqt of new early fall street hats,
mostly of new turban type. Black predominates, with a good
sprinkling of the new colors prettily trimmed and artistically
arranged. Quite a number have touches of Persian silk trim
ming, other shapes of all velvet or all silk.
These hats were purchased for spot 'cash by Mr. Spencer, who
is now in New York, where he will remain several weeks at
the market center.
SQ Hats worth to $9,00 priced at - - - 16.50
35 Hats worth to $10.00 priced at - - - .50
25 Hats worth to $12.50 priced at - - - $9.50
You are invited to inspect these new models at our new store,
at 403 and 405 North Higgins avenue.
THE STYLE STORE
FIND OF BODY IN BLACKFOOT
VALLEY CALLS CORONER AND
' What during the tday promised to
develop into at first-class, front-page,.
reare-head murder mystery, degener
ated into a rather commonplace Inci
dent last evening, when Corone. \V.
'D. Kendrick and County Attorney I.
C. Mulroney returnyl from the Zim
merman ranch above Bonner, where
they went in the afternoon to investi
gates the finding of a body in a sack,
Sreported from the .nlley to the locils
sheriff's office. The principal part of
the sensation, its it developed, was the
scaring of Rudy W\ltznman 'most to
Early yesterday morning it was re
ported that a body, sewed into a sack
from which the hands of the corpse
projected, had been discovered. The
talk of the street soon developed a
hair-raising murder story and there
was .much interest. The two county
officials found, however, nothing but
a sackful of what might have been a
man, it dog, a calf, ahout a year ago.
From the sack extended a bone; per
haps a femur of a man, perhaps not.
The whole affair was too dead to be
recognizable. It is thought that the
body might have beyn in the river for
a long timne and hlate been vashed upll
to the side. of the bank. The body
was found eight miles above Bonner.
Now for Rudy. In the first place it
is well to say that he is Tommy Thli
bodeau'q head chef and known to
everybody in Missoula. Sunday after
noon Rudy, who is fishing away a
vacation, started across the Zimmer
man ranch and discovered the slick
and its grewsome and noisome con
tents. Rudy took one look at the ex
tending bone and beat it, far, long and
industrtously. Along in the early hours
of next morning he rotunded himself up
and told the story. Then came the
telephone call to the sheriffs office and
the expedition of Messrs. Kendrlck'and
Mulroney. Rudy met them, but pointed
out his discovery from tile distance of
half a mile. Closer he would not go.
The body was buried wherlle It wats
ONE OF THE BIBLE FOLKS.
Bishop Kinsolving of Texas, while a
resident of Richmnond, Va., called to
see one of his parlilIonerls. lie rang
tile door bell, which was answered by
an old negro woman, who informed
him that the lady ,of the house was
not at homle. The minister searched
in his lippckets for a card, but failed
to find one, so he said:
"Just tell Mrg. Jones that Mr. Kin
"Some one came to see you dls
mornlin', Miss Annie," announced tile
I nld as soon Its Mrs, Jonls reachled
"Who was it, Aunt Dinali?"
"Lom-me-see," sile said, trying to
recall the nlame. "Oh, yes, it was King
Solomon," at last 'she proudly ex
claimed with it beaming countenance.
"Not King Solomon. It must lhave
been tile rector, Mr. Kinsolving."
"Yes-yes, dat's it! I knowed It was
one of dem Bible folks, but disremem
bered wlhich."--From Normlan E.
Mack's National Monthly.
Tyaok'l Chiaken, Pinners.,
James Tyack ato Florence announeas
tile contalllt rulilenss o' f excellent
llchken dinnersa it his hotel. Phlolul
.ordei's over indopendent line at
ACROSS THE RESERVE
Combine business and pleasure and take the large Packard "Sightseer"
automobile leaving Ravalll every day at 6 a. m. This car Is thoroughly
dependable and comfortable. It makes the 35-mile 'run to Poison in four
hours, affording patrons a splendid opportunity to see all the beauties
of the Mllsslon range, Buffalo park. the new settlers bulllding homes,
am,.ngst the prlmltlve Indian tepees, etc. Vare is now redlceed to $3.00,
Ravalli to Poison. This ear handles Ilggage andl explress andl connects
with steamers for Kialtspell, Speclal atten illn to cam:npinlg aull fIshing
THE ARROW LINE
Leaves Ravalli 10:30 a. m.,' after arrival of No. 41; arrives Poison 12:45,
connecting with lake steamers. This Is a 7-passengjFr 0-GO PIerce auto.
Fare $5.00. le sure you get the Slanliy Scearce Auto Service.
STANLEY SCEARCE, Proprietor
WILLIAMS' STAGES Betwee. RONAN
Dally service aorosrs lathead, connectlng with boat. Leaves 6 a. m. POLSON
GEN. Steamer POLSON
Pros. & Mgr. ROLLINS
S, afety, Comfort, Speed.
Daily service plying Flatllead Lake, connecting with train for Kalispell.
DIXON .LEm * mnfP YARDS. ALL
RONALN ) I WGet Our Prices MATIRIAL
MAJOR FRANK WATT OF BUTTEr
WILL TELL OF SALVATION
Major Frank Walt of llutte will do
liver an IIIustr.ted. lecture this evening
under the ausplhes of the local corps
of thle Salvathion ,Army. Major Watt
will lspeak on "Love and Hrorrow" lind
his address will be illustrated by stere
optlcon vliws showing the army's work
In the slums of the great cities of Am
erica. The lecture will be given on the
vacant lot near thb building of the
Rocky Mountain Bell Telelhone com
pIny, and setts for at least 200 will
he provided. lMijor 1.,att has t.oo rep.
tIatllon of being an orator or unusial
brilliance and his address should be
~yell worth hearing.
The campaign that the local corps
under Captain Knapp ons been waging
for the last few days has been fruitful
of 'results and shoultId find ri worthy
t:ltaut In tonight's lecture. An enter
tainling lprogram was given in the ar
mty's hall last evening.
TENNIS MEET OPENS.
Newport, i. I., AuIg. 1.--lWith the
largest list or contestants ever en
toroed in the toulrnament, play In the
tlhrtiuth alnnlual Ilwn 'telnnl chaum
pltonshll of 'the llUnited States was be
gunit on the Casino cour'ts here. The
eltry, list, whchh numbers 181, In
,ludews telaly all of the .tennls experts
of the country. In the opening round
today t, ,Witchte were carded, many
pirominent players taking part.
lBeideos Williarm A. Larned ot Sum
mit. N. .1, nrionla'sligls 'ohanmpio1n,
those entered include Maurice 1V' Mc
ioghlhill'" of Etan bFranclsco, 'Reales C.
Wrlylght of .I.tton. tt*l.rok) H. Ilackett
anld Irtedlrickl 13. Alexander of New
Want advetiitng srells ,salable parop
..ý" [Ji.ý! mAýý~i!:e".f..-, , . . .1 (
TO DELIGHT THE PALATE OF
3r arousa the torpid appetite Into
activity, is our tempting stock of
choice spring ltmb, spring ve~l.
spring broilers, which we are receiv
ing fresh every day, and which we
select specially 'to suit our most Ras
130 and 132 Higgins Ave. Phone 117I
Planos and fine furniture a specialty.
lcadqiuarl;ers: J. M, i!tucy & Sons'
Recltlent p)lne: Indcpendennt 2294.
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