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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
Ardmorc, Tuesday, January 2, 1933. SNAKE DIVINITIES. I'nlltnxllf I'di-hik of Worship on Miiulliu t I'onl i( llllllll. H.T'iit wonuin nnl tin) proiiltintlon of kiiiiKi- livlnlttf), which once spread nil own- Asln, itlll ninlntuln n lunn cioim lutlil on the little native stall ot Ou-IjIii and Trimuicore, on tho Mouth count of India. Hero Hindoo tut,)- and low revere the coliru hr they did a tltoimand yearn iiro, mid It Is nlderod a heiuouR erlnie to Injure tho reside or newleet It IntereRtR. In Hit dlKtrli-t of 'i mvtiiiroru nlone icp are hut ween l.,wx) nnil Lo,(m) filirlneH tlwllciitiil exclusively to the wopdilp of snnlieji which xtaivnn e.x tensive and valimlilo properties for their iiinliilennneo and for the rot of the crcinoiiles which the liccpers hnvo to perform from time to time. In thcie HhrlneR the Hindoo not down fillitaNlle Idols of serpents on n Mtone Iiiisc, mid the shrine In protected liy n mud wall. HoilReliolderR to iiHRtire their welfare Rhotild make offerhiKR of doiinli. milk nnd cooked rlro to the nor pcrtlne liiililtueH of tho Klirlne mid place lights nml rlmnl liynuiR In order to lie axxnred of their favor. Kvcry inoriilUK the king and queen of the HorpentR nre bathed, nnd fruit and mill; are offered to llieiu, to lie followed lit ii'Miii liy cooked rlee nml frlel grain On certain dnyx the Idols In grove and household temple nro carried In pro ci"ton to the house, where propit la ta ry offerings nre made. Tho prcHidliii; funclioiiiiry lniiRt lie tho oldest female memlier of the fnmlly, who tins to prae. llee cellliney from the day hIio attains the position. At famoiiH Miinke fontlvalH nt Trnvan coro plou folic Kiilhcr from all parts to Join In tho worHhlp, Im'Iiik'Iiik offer ings' of sold, Hllver, grain, pepper. Kplccfl, oil, Handahvood, sill; and other thlnpi. 'I'lio cost of tho fcstlvnlM U do frayed liy the ruvoiiuuH of tho paddy fields mid pirdciis nttnehed to the HhrlncH. It H believed that utilcsK the cerenionle-i are conducted with rever ence the In rues t eohraa of the grove will come out mid xhow themselves to tho member.- of tho bouse. Tho na tive also believe that Kimkc lilten In the neighborhood of these Hhrlnos nev cr prove filial. He that art It may. death from hihiIjo bites nro very rare, though many groves contain as ninny as thirty cobras and the nhrlnes In Trn vancore number between llfteen and twenty thousand. Tho snake ot India nro rarely' ng gresslve, but generally keep to them Kelvcs, nnd, being ho kindly treated nml benevolently attended, It Is not nston Ihhhig that they become docile and harmless. All over Travancore Uie pe j ple when they see a snake approaching nay, "Hie god Is coming," and make way for tho divinity. Children play fearlessly about tho groves while their tierp"iitlne friends nro gliding about or basking In (he huii nnd have never been known to bo banned. When the grove i become overrun wlm serpents the mir plu population Is removed and sent to other shrines, certain ploiu Itrahman being especially applied to for this pur pose. Now York Herald. , Holulile (.Ilia. Soluble glass, or water glass, ns It Is sometimes called, Is an nrtlllcln) sili cate of sodium or potassium or n dou ble silicate of both of these alkalis, and thus In Its essential Ingredients the snnio as ordinary ghus. But ordinary glass I to n slight extent soluble lu wnter, owing to tho alkali which It contains, mid by varying tho propor tion of the alkaline cmistiturnts the compound becomes readily soluble to nny desired degree. Attention wan first directed to It by Fiittis, a Gentian chemist, about lS'JI. It lias been used to some extent, and quite successfully. In preventing tho decay of stono walls and cdlllccs under the action ot the weather. Tho surface I coTered with a coating of it suitable solution, nnd. tho water soon evaporating, a thin, transparent glaze Is left over the nlone, effectually protecting It fnxn the dis integrating action of the ntnuwphcrc. Several public bulldlug lu various parts of the world hnvo been success fully treated lu this way. Wiiintcrfiil liiillr.n Uumicr. An Indian has been known to carry n letter from Guanapares to Chihuahua nnd back again in live days, the dls tanee being nearly WH) miles. In some parts where the Taiilliilinarls serve the Mexicans they nre used to run In the wtlil horses, driving them Into the cor ral. It may take them two or three dajs to do It, sleeping at night aud liv ing on a little pinole. They bring In tho horses thoroughly exhausted, while they themselves are still fresh. They will outrun nny horse If you give them time enough. They will pursue deer In the snow or with dogs, lu the ruin, for days mid days, until at last the mil mill Is cornered nnd shot with nrrows or falls an easy prey from sheer ex haustion, Its hoofs dropping off. Kim I it ml AVI no Mr ii. If you nro dealing with a fool, die tate, but never argue, for you will lose your Inbor mid perhaps your temper; if with a bigot, say nothing or you will certainly lose both. Never dispute with tho man who asserts a parados. If lie does not believe It, ho Is amusing him self with you; If ho does, the hiiiuo dis tortion of mind will make him Incapa ble of appreciating his own sophistries or your arguuients,-0. W. Holmes. Anil AViiou't Ailinint-d. Mr. Povoe Why don't you wear that dress to the party? Mrs. Devoo-I'd bo ashamed to be Been lu it. Then she put on n sleeveless nffnlr cut four Inchos lower lu tho neck mid went. Judge. Time mirk tho title pago of our I (s. i'.I'i fie finis, nnd tho grnve lv comes tuc,bludut;. : LOCAL UNIONS. : : : INTHKNATIONAIj TYPOOKAl'HIC- AIj UNION, No. (ilU MoetB llrst Sunday In each month, at 3 p. in. J. W. Oolledge, prosldent; Allison Colonmn, Secretary. RUTAIIi CLISKKS I. P. UNION, No. 086 .Meets 8cono juonuay nigir. In 'nch month. U. O. Sain, proul d..t; I S. Sliolkowltz, secretary. IIAIHIBUS' JOUUNUY.MUN INTER- NATIONAL UNION Meets flrat mid third Monday nights In each month. Jim Klldnn, prosldent; Kl iner Wrlifiit, iocretnry. INTUIINATIONAIj IIIIOTIIUHHOOI) .OF ISLUCTUICAIi WOUKHIIS MeotB Bocond nnd fourth Friday nlKhta of oach month. 10. M. Parker, proRldont; A. A. Holcomb, socro tnry. ImICKI-VYHUS, MASONS' AND I'liASTHIlHUS' IN TKRNATIONAIj UNION, NO. 9 Meets ovory Tuoa day night. J. II. Dixon, pronldont; A. 11. Drown, gecretnry. THAMSTHHS' UNION, No. 583 J. 11. DeArmoiid, president; 0. w. Young, ecretnry. C'ARPHNTBRS' AND JOINURS' OV AMURICA, No. 1028 JloeU every Thursday night, 7:30, at Union Hall. W. II. Keener, prosidonL Dangers of a Cold and How to Avoid Them. Moro fatalities hnvo tholr origin In or result from n cold tlinu from nny othor cnttso. This fact nlono should mnko people moro enreful nn there la no danger whatovor from n cold when It Is properly treated In tho beginning. For many years Chamberlain b Cough Remedy has boon recognized ns tho most prompt nnd offcctunl inodlclno In uho for this dlsenso. It nctfl on na ture's plan. loosens tho cough, ro- lloves the lungs, opens tho secretions nnd aids naturo In restoring tho sys- tom to a hoalthy condition. Sold by F. .1. Rnmsoy, t. II. Frame, Ardmorc Drug Co., Homier & Uonncr. Phono 20G for feed, cotton eeod meal and hulls. 23-tt HOLIDAY FXCUR3ION RATE8. Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe. Golf Tournament, Mexico City, Jan. 1st to 12th. Rato $39. Annual mooting Oklahoma. Board of Agriculture, authrle, O. T., Jan. lGth to 20th, Hate $4.45. Stock Judging and Seed Selection of tho Oklahoma Agricultural nnd Mock nlcal College, Stlllwntor, O. T Jan. 8th to 11th. Rato $G.8G. W. A. DASHII3L1, T. A. Rock Island. Golf Tournament, Mexico City, Jan. 1st to 12th. Rnto $39. W. A. DASHIKI.L, T. A. A mnu Is nevor qulto suro whether n woiiinn Is worried by her own tro-i bles or thoso of her nolghbors. Election of Officers. On Tuosday, JanuiTry 9th, 190C, bo tween tho hours ot 10 n. ni. nnd 3 p. in., thoro will ho n meeting of tho shareholders of tho llrst Nntlonnl bank ot Ardmoro. Indlnn Territory, nt its ofllccs In Ardmoro, Indian Ter ritory, for tho purnoao of electing six directors to borvo for tho ensuing year. O. 1j. ANDKRSON, Cashier. First published DoccmDor IB, 1905. ICvcn tho man who denounces capi tal ns a curso novor objects If the curso comes homo to roost. Share-Holders Meeting. Not'co Is hereby given that thcro will bo n, meeting ot tho shnro-holdcrs of tho City National Uank of Ard moro, I. T., at tho otllce ot said bank, hotwoon tho hours of 10 a. in., nnd 4 p. m., on Tuesday. Jan. 9th. 190C, for tho purposo of electing soven di rectors to servo tho ensuing year. A. H. PAUUER, Cftshlcr. Dec. 9. 1905. First publlshod Deccmbor 12, 1005, WARNING ORDER. In the United Stntos court in ttia Indlnn Torrltory, Southern district: Mnttlo Martin, plnlntlff. vb. U W. Martin, defendant, No. 104, Marlcttn. Tho dofondant, U W. Martin, Is wnmed to appear In this court In thirty days ami nnswor tho complaint of the plalntiit, Mnttlo Mnrttn. Witness tlto Hon. lloson Townscnd. judge ot said court, nnd tho seal thereof, this 1th, day of December, 1905. (Seal) C. M. CAMPDEI.L, Clork. II. G. HOUSE, Deputy. Eddleman &. Graham, attorney.). Attorney for non-rosldont : (J. II Montgomery. First published, Dec. b, 1905. Our spices nro tho kind to uso nt butcliorlng timo. Tlioy nro puro, frosh, strons nnd of lino flavor. Cost no moro than Inferior kinds elso-i whore. 31 F. J. RAMSEY. Druggist. A mnu may owe BomoUilng to him self, but the chnncos tiro that ho owes moro to other peoplo. Doy's Life Saved from Membraneous Croup. C. W. Lynch, a promlnont cltlzon of Winchester, Ind., wrltos: "My lit tlo boy had a sovoro attack of mom braueoiiB croup, nnd only got rollof nfter tnklng Foley's Honey nnd Tar. Ho got relict after ono doso nnd 1 feol that It saved tho Hfo of my hoy. ' Rofuso substitutes. City Drug Store. Tho scarcity of good cooks may ho duo to tho overproduction of lady nov elists. Corruaated Iron. Wo carry In stock corrugated Iron In nil lengths. B1VENS, CORI1N & FRENSLY. Everything yon cat will tasto good i ami no cood ir von take it he's nvt,. mpsla Tablets. Sold by City Drug Storo. DANKMUPTfY NOTICE. To tho Honnrcob Ilosoa Towns "nd, JtidKo of tho Inliel States court In tho Indian Territory Southern dis trict, at Ardmore. In Uio matter of Flatt, Davenport & Co., a partnership, nnd J. 0. Flatt nnd S. O. Wood as Individuals, bank rupts, In bankruptcy. Tho flnn of Flatt, Davenport k Co. nnd .1. G. Flntt and S. O. Wood Indlvdunlly ns mombers ot said Arm, of Ardmoro, In the Southoni district of tho Indlnn Territory, rospocttully represent that on the 11th day of November, 1905, last past, It nnd they woro duly ndjudged bankrupt under tho actg of congress relating to oank ruptcy, that It and thoy hnvo duly surrendered nil Its and tholr proper ty nnd rights 'of property, and have fully complied with nil tho require ments of said nets nnd of tho ordors of tho court touching bankniptcy. Wheroforo It nnd thoy pray that It nnd thoy bo docrcod by tho court it) havo n full dlschnrgo from ail debts provable ngalnst Its nnd tholr oftt.ato under said bankrupt acts, ex cept such tlobts ns aro excopten by lnw from such discharge. This Do combor 14, 1905. FT-VTT. DAVENPORT & CO. J. G. FIjATT and S. G. WOOD, Bankrupt. Order of Notice Thereon. Southoni District, Indian Tcrrh lory. On this the llth dny of December, 1905, A. P., on rending tho foregoing petition. It Is ordered by tho court that a hearing be had upon the snino on tho 15th day of Jnnunry, 190C, A. D., before said court at Ardmore, In dian Territory, In said district, at 9 o'clock In tho foronoon, nnd that no tice thorcof bo published in the Ard morelte, a nowspnpor prlntod In said district, and that all known creditors nnd other persons In Interest may ap pear at said tmo and placo nnd show cnuse, If any they havo, why th' prayer of said petitioners snould not bo granted. And It Is further ordered by the court that Uio clork shall send by mall to all known creditors copies ot said potltlon and this order, address ed to them nt their places of rosl donco as stated. Witness, tho Honorablo llosca Townscnd, judgo of said court, nn tho seal thereof, at Ardmoro, In said district, on tho 14tli day of Decem ber, A. D 1905. (Seal. C. M. CAMPBEUi, Clork of tho U. S. Court In tho In- dlan Territory, Southern District nt Ardmoro. By O. A. WI3U5, Deputy. First publshcd December 2C, 1903 Our buggies nro standard brands, tho guaranteo that goes with them will stick. You mako n mlstako when you buy from tho buggy pcddlor. NOBLE BROS. WARNING ORDER. In the United States Court In the Indian Territory, Southern District: Jno. A. Hutntihrlcs, plnlntlff, ys, Ella. M. Humphries, defendant. No. G4S1. Tho defendant, Ella M. Humphries, is warned to appear In thm court in thirty days and answer tho complaint of tho planum, Jno. A. Humphries. Witness tho Hon. Hosc.a Townscnd, Judgo of said court, nnd tho ecnl thereof, tills 22nd day ot DcccmDcr, 1905. (Seal) C. It. CAMPBELL, Clerk. By O. A. WELLS, Deputy. J. C. Thompson, attorney. Attornoy for Non-Rosldent, W. D, Potter. First published Docs 24. 1905. Dally Ardmorclto CO eta. por month. WARNING ORDER. In Uio United Stntes Court In th Indian Territory, Southern District: Emma Allen, plaintiff, vs. Nathan Allen, defendant No. G485. Tho defendant, Nnthan Allen, Is wnrncd to nppcnr In tills court In thir ty days and nnswor tho complaint of tho plnlntlff, Emma Alien. Witness tho Hon. Hosca Townscnd, Judge of said Court, and the ecnl thereof, this 29th day ot December, 190S. C. W. OA1IPBELU Clerk (Sil) By W. 8. CROCKETT, Deputy. Pottcrf fc Walker, attornoys. Attornoy for non-resident, W. V. Bw man. First jiubllshcd Doc. 29, 1903. WARN'NG ORDER. In tno Unl d Staten Court in tho Indian Territory. Soutliorn District: Sldnoy J Jmlth, plaintiff, vs. Dolllo L. Smith .f fondant, No. CI59. Tho lofondnnt, Dolllo L. Smith, Is warp' 1 fo appear In this court In thirty day nnd nnswor tho complaint of Uio plaintiff, Sldnoy B. Smith. Wltno33 tho Hon. Hosca Townscnd, Judgo of tho said court, nnd Uio seal thoreof, this 2nd day ot Dccomber, 1905. (Seal- O. M. CAMPBELL. Clerk. By W. S. CROCKETT, Doptlty. Brown & Turner, Attorneys. Attornoy for non rosidont, S. II. Butler. llrst published Dec. 5. 1905. WARNING ORDER. In tho United Statos court In tho Indian Torrltory, Southern district: Allco Ganand, plaintiff, vs. Elmore Gnrnand, dofondant. No. G ICG. Tho dofondnnt. Elmoro Garnnnd, Is warned to appear In this court In thirty days am. nnswor tho complali. of tho plaintiff, Allco Oarnand. Witness tho Hon. Hosoa Townsond, Jiidso of said court, and tho seal tlioroof, this 5th day ot Deccmbor, 1905. (Sonl) C. M. CAMPBELL, Cleric. By O. A. WELLS, Doputy. Brown & Turner, attorneys. Attornoy for non-rosldont: Sam 11. llutlor. First published, Doc. C, 1905. A man hatos to boo his Blstor get married IwcnuRo bo knows what mer. an . in 1 li d" ;iH m h r If sh uocsn't . Ramsey's Headache Elixir affords almost Instant relief from nny kind of hendache. No need ot suffering Try It. Money back If your aro not satisfied. Prlco 25c. 31 F. J. RAMSEY, Druggist. WILLIAM W. WRIGHT. (Kcglstoreil Attornny.) (Formerly with Dawes Commission.) Contests, Citizenship caacs nnd other matters boforo tho Interior De partment, Exclusively. Rooms 4u7 and 8, Corcoran Hiilldln. Washington, D. C. HUGH W. McGILL, Attorney at Law. Offlco In Horbort Building. 201 Woot Main St Ardmoro, ... ind. Tr. Capt. J. W. Ellis. W. D. Halfhlll. ELLIS & HALFHILL, Attorneys at Law. Rooms 21 nnd 22, Homestead Bids. Olvll and Indlnn business exclu sively. MUSKOGEE, IND. TER. RICHARD M. LESTER. Attorney At Law. Civil and Corporation Law. Commer cial Collection. Estates Managed. Poatofllco Block. Ardmore, Ind. Tcr. Notary In Offlco. Ouis. J. lCirri.nn Ohas. II. Mbrillat Active Court Practitioner Compiler "I nil Inn Lawn and Treaties' KAPPLEfi & HERILLAT Attorneys and CounscIlors-at-Lnw Prnctlco boforo nil Courts; Conureim, Clov cruuieui ueimnineuis ana uoinnilsslons. Indian casea a ispoolilty. OIllco, llonil bide. Washington, I). J. V. Cbll. C, U Df.7 CABELL. O. DEEM, ATTOR?fEYS-AT-bit"W. Do a General Practice, OWco over Hotchkisn' Jawolry KTOT Ardmore, Ind. Tor. i. C. Pottcrr. E. A. WEft POTTERr? A, WALKER. Attorneys tnti Councallcs-j at Lan OoLertl Praceo. OScoa over City J?tlonaI Bars, Ardmore, I. T. VHY3ICIANS DR. FRED W. BATES. Physician and Surgeon. Olllce Doak-Itoblson Bldg. Itooms 7 and 8. OlHco hours: 9-12 a. m.; 2-5 p. m Phones Offlco 424; resldenco 455. G. E. GOODWIN, M. D. (Offlco over Hall & HUHs) Phones Offlci 349; residence 307, R. D. Mooro. J II. Ilargravs. Res., phono 213. Res., phono 519 Offlco phono 499. MOORE & HARGRAVE. Physicians and Surgeons, Offlco In Fronsloy Building oyer Ilotchklss Jewolry Storo. Special attention to treatment of piles and diseases of women. DR8. BOOTH 4 BOOTH. Physicians ond 8urgeon. Offlco Phone 4. Residence Phoo L ..Offlco oyer Coleman's Drug Store... DR. R. M. McCALL. Office Randol BuildTrri. Offlco Phono 572 nee. rhotro BCT OH PHILIP STEPHENS. Crfflce, Randol BaSldbag Office phono 071. Residence 48. F.P.TOn KBLLER.M.D. R. U. IIEHRY. ti.V, Uet. Phone 1 lies. I'hoio S?1 OUlie Tkcne 1W Men fCEt-LtR 4 ireNRV, r-(j-lctow had OuVjotms. fjye, Ear Noie and Throat BpoelatUU. (pectaolna & Kv Mlassea ncoaratelr rUtC, OIllco ovor Ilonner & Donnor'a. Itoomi S tot DR. J. M. VADEN. Physician ud Surgtton. Offlco hours from 8 to II ud I to and 7 to 8. Office Noble Bnlldlns. Offlco phono 88 roaldrace 71. Dr. J. 1. Kann. Dr. E. J. wJodard FANN O. WOODARD, DENTIST8. Office over Ramsey's Drut Store. Phono 401. Ardmore, I. T. DR. DUDLEY PAYNE, Dentist Offlco over Bonnor & Bonner's Dru Storo. Phono 146. S. A. BROWN. Real Estate. Owner of and has for sale tho Town slto of Aylcsworth located on tho Washita, midway between Ma dill and Durnnt. Offlco with J. T. Coleman, Court Houso Block. J. L. WILSON FREIGHT, TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE LINE. Offlco at American Restaurant Residence Phono 72. Office Phone 76 ARDMORE SANITARIUM. nita. IIAkDY A MoNEEB.I'ropi SnrKiiry and Dloenses ot Womeu WE HANDLE .At e UfiLi McAlestcr Lump, McAlnster sylynnia Antracitc, Arkansas Antracitc Wo li.imlto nothing else -no clionii coal. Wo hnvo the bout equipped dollvory nystoniln tho oily you irot your conltho'dny you onlor. TKLHI'IIONB I6fl AKDMORE 2CE COMPANY a. a, CAKTtn CARTER oS CANNON, agents REPRESENTING THE rOLLOtVWO REUAHLB COMPANIES Coroinorclnl Union Anstir.inco Comtmny of tjomlon, Enctantl Pklntlno InnarnncH Comii.iar of Lomlon, England Queen Innurnnco Conipnny of New York Nlnicrn Flro of New York Phoenix Innnrnnco Compnny of Hartford, Conn, Orlont Innurnneo Company, of Hartford, Conn Klromnii Kunil ot 8.in KrnncUco Norwich Union Innurnneo Soctoty of Norwloh, Knctuni) Uorinnn Alllnnco In.iuranco Company of Now York Ocean Accident ami (Juarantoo Corporation l'rudontlat Ltfo Innurnneo Company Now Jersoj- I'lnto (llnnn Company Phonlxof il.ooklyn, I'htladolphlii Unilorwrlters of Philadelphia, aprtntcflold of Mftssncliusetts, Liverpool, London X Oloho ot Liverpool OFFICII IN OARTER'OOOKER HLDO. OVER EKCUSiOl'a BATES TO Florida and Cuba Will sell, daily until April 80th, 1000, low rato round-trip tickets from till stations to oortai l points in Florida and Cuba also lo certain points in Alabama, Georgia, Louis iana, Mississippi nnd South Carolina. Keturn Limit June 1, 1906 Through Sleepers and Fred Harvey Meals Let us furnish you rates, schcdulp.. l--scriptive 'itoi'iture and other information. W. A. DASHIELL, A;aiu D.O. I'ARMNCITON.T. P. A. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Meet AH Prices WE want you to remem ber that we meet any body's prico on Wagons. Buggies, Harness, Saddles, Stoves, Ranges, and in fact anything kept i n a first class hardware store, qual ity of good considered. Mako our storo your head quarters when convenient. A welcome awaits you. Same Old Stand 1 NOBLE BROSj AROMORE. ino mruoni. mo nest enui ppen, mn mom Practical, the most tiroL-roniilvn nrt lh rnst successful l)Ulnc collete In Indian Torrltory. Bay nod nljlu " school the entlrS oar. oay pupils attend nlKlit school without extra charge. Tuition ill per "monfh or Il ,r unllinlte.l scholarship. Hoard $10 to J12.M per month. No voca Ion. PuptS ml? Sntu- t any timo. Kvery pupil Is placed on bl merits or may advance aa ranldlr as his alitllti II permit. Thorough tralnlnt In shortest time consistent wllbemcfe w "eferences viy bank or business tlrm tn Ardmore. For catalogue address ueieruui.es U. P. SUI.VIDGEJ, A. M. M., ACCT3., ProaJdent, Ardmoro, Indian Terriion COAL! Erjii, McAlcstcr I ut, Pcnn HAL CANNOH P. O. PHONE 224 'J U.CLAIIK, D. I. A. Wichita, Kansas Wo Stand AldVio on tho lumber quostlon. If you want to UutlU out of tho ordinary yon can always Ketjuat such supplies as you want at our yard. Wo havo LUMBER for Christmas Gifts, and why nott A Mil of lumbtirpresonted to nmomboroftbo family for a contemplstoil butldtoi: Is a irenorous act. WhciBvor receives It will Lv.i,0.rto,o1.o',9eJ-Try onco n" EAST SIDE LUMBER COM'Y, IND.TER. J 1 ' V mn ru j mm i p u a r. ti