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B LEHI LOCALS H '11 10 City Marshal had a sick tramp H In Ills care several days thl3 week. H Doris Dorton returned homo on Hi Thursday, lifter an extended vlalt lu H Halt l.siko City. H l''llo Child, now representing the H McDonald Cuiuly coiiiiiiuy, spent H Thursday In Lehi on business. H Dr. Holhrook attended a meeting H or tin- Utah County Medical Society nt H I'rovo In Bt Wednesday. Somo boys broko Into Die Fourth HI Ward church Wednesday night after HJ the party anil stole a lot of oranges, H etc., that were left over. H Frank Fagau wns In American Fork H Tliursdny on business, prctulnlng to H the opening of up-to-date tonsorlnl HJ Iiarlors here In the near future. HJ Roy Davis, dciiuty assessor, went HJ to 1 rovo Wednesday to get his lu. HI Htnu tlonn, iirciaratory to commenc- Hj lug the annuiil iiBscssmcnt for Lehi HI lirccluct. HJ X. I. JoIiiiroii, lu his automobile, HJ took A. L. Wilcox and three Salt Lake HJ City representatives of the Wnulnns HJ .Mining company, out to the company's HJ s property yesterday. HJ Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Peterson HJ made a trip to Suit Lake on Thurs- HJ day. Mr. Peterson went on school HI business, thus combining business HI with iileaoure. H Roy Davis killed nu IS-mouths-old HI bog this week that when dresscil H welched GllO pounds. The lard alone Hf weighed 101 pounds, It was n Herk- HJ shire, and Mr. Davis said that the HI secret of hog growing Is to usu plenty I of barley and com and keep the pip HJ growing. HI Messrs .Anderson nnd llretns of HJ arnntsvlllc, come to l.ehl Thursday HD nnd disinterred the body of a son of HJ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffmlre, hurled HJ lu the l.ehl cemetery, and took it to HJ arantsvllle, whom It will be burled I Mr. Hofl'inlre Is reported as falling H fast. Among .thr Salt l.nke City Interur M ban passengers tint latter pnrt of this HJ week were: Mr. anil Mrs. ThomtiH B Crnbb, Mrs. U, S. Peterson, Mrs. Ira Hj Taylor, Eph Jackson, John Hill, Win. M Wine J. W. (lurnoy, Jr., JntncH Wood IE house, llcrulco Austin, James Kirk fi ham, Herbert Taylor, Sam K. Jackson Ijill and wlfo and Mrs, Joseph Ashton. H 0000000000000000 01 o THE SICK o ma oooooooooooooooo HJ Mr. 1). II. Allred continues conllu. HJ ed to his room. Soon as the weather fifl moderates ho will probably be mov- HJ ed to a lower climate. Wm HL Mrs. John Jacobs, one of the old Biff est citizens, wns routined with an nt- H tack of bronchitis this weok. HJ Mrs. Mary K. Turner Is critically HJ low ut her homo at l.ehl Junction. H . HJ Mrs. John St. Jcor, who 1ms beci HJ con lined to her bed for a week with HJ tousllitls, Is Improving. HJ Mrs. A. E. Marohnl, who has been HJ ludlRpoued for several months,, Is not HJ so well. .' it I J IB mm Mrs. Abraham Anderson presented HJ her husband with a new baby girl HJ Friday. Mrs. Anderson was confined HI at the l.ehl hospital. rH HJ ' 'r- - -1- Roberts, operated on some HJ time ago for appendicitis, has made HJ Biilllelent progress as to leave the hos- HJ pltnl Monday. mmi HJ Mrs. Thad Powell, Jr., of Juab, win HJ has been spending the winter In l.ehl HJ underwent n successful operation fm Hj appendicitis at the local hospital Mon Hj day. She Is Improving nicely, HI Hj Mrs. Wesley Preslwleh, who hu Hj been nlllng for several mouths, I: Hj now eoullued In her bed, and was Ink- Hi '" '" "'" home f her parents, Mr Hj nnd Mm. Win. Tliomas, this week. Urn Hj Mrs. 'nines W. Taylor, who was III Hj last week, Is Improving. H Mrs. Alice Tuekfield spent part of H the week In Salt Lake City, on ar il count of the Illness of her mother. H U Mrs. Paul Miner wns taken to the H l.ehl hospital yesterday, where sin H j underwent a successful operation foi H gall stones. Shu has been sulYorlni- H occasionally for severnl mouths. H U .Mrs. Hcrnleo Ooodspood had hei H tonsils removed nt the l.ehl hospital H Thursday, and Mrs. Myrtle McEwnii H of Eureka, hndo hers removed yes- H terday. Roth cases were successful mm o Now Ciiiifeclliiiier) (o Open Seen U Mr. C. J. E. Hartell will open r M confectionery lu tlio near future hi H his shop on First East Street. He I will carry n full Hue of cnudles at)'' D conf.etloiis lii boxes ami burs, suit i i hhhVhV able for theatre goers, and will iiIbo sorve hot coffco nnd hot pies for them as they return from the shows. When spring opens up he will. re sume the manufacture and sale of Ice cream. He ought to do n good busi ness and will III) a long felt waul. , u " ' ' Main Street Business Changes Dm Id I'lninige (foe I'rein l.ehl Cash Store In Douglas and Douglas Cues lo Salt Lake Clt). A deal was eonsumated this week, nnd the papers were drawn up and signed, whereby David Flrmnge, who for the post three- years has success fully managed the l.ehl Cash Store, will, lu the near future, lake over the management of the Douglas Ladles' and dents' Furnishing Store. Mr. Flrmago's contract and agreement provides that ho will not only be the manager hut become the sole owner after one year. Mr. Flrmage comes of a family of merchants. He has n brother managing the Uoldcu Rule of American Fork Fork, one lu charge of the noldou Rule In Malad, Idaho, and another working In u store lu Park City. Mr. Douglas Is one of the 'promot ers and large owners of the now Jit ney Uus Service In Suit Lake City, and will devote his time lu the com pany's Salt Lake olllce managing Its affairs. The Jitney Ruses, which wero started lu Salt Lake thrco weeks ago, are proving Immensely popular and promise to develop Into a big thing. Bridge Location May Be Changed The now Iron brldgo over Jordun River, which the County Commission ers oted to build on the College site, nnd for .which a contract has been let, may not bo built there. Prospects .are now that- It will be erected at the end of the Reoves' road, due west from l.ehl Junction. The material for the bridge has not yet arrived, though It was reported iih having been shipped several weeks ago. The contract calls for the con struction of the bridge at the end of the Collcgu street, a half mile south of thu Reeves' road, and If the cor. trnctors Insist there Is where It will Ko. The new County CommlsBlonar, however, favor the location to the north, and are preparing to negotiate with the contractors to chnngu the lo cation. If the contractors are will ing to do the snmo work nt tho new location for tho same price, the change will be made. Tho now road that the county has made from J. S. Rarnos' to tho river, will not be abandoned, ns It was need ed nnyway. If the chango Is made the county will connect this road with the Reeves' road by building one noith, on tho enst sldo of the river Lehi Irrigation Company Holds Annual Election The Stockholders of tho Lehi Irri gation company held their annual election Monday, and listened to n report of their secretary, I). J. Thur. man. The report showed receipts ol $J,3S2.9S, from a tux of70 cents per ahare, and expenditures of an amount a little lu excess of this, II. C. Lott, Israel F.vaus, Oeorgo G Webb, 0. L. Comer and George Y. Myers wero elected as members ol the board of directors. They aro all members of tho old board excepting G. G. Webb, who succeeds W. W Clark, who hns served for many years. Tho vote on Clark nnd Webb was 27 to !10 lu favor of Webb. There was a general sentiment lc favor or changing the wages al lowed on assessment work from $l.r.o to $2.00 per day. Rut as this amount Is provided Tor lu the bylaws, the board was Instructed by u vote te bring the mutter up at a future meet, lug. Mil. unit .11 IIS. .MAMN; I'l.HASANTI.Y Sl'ltl'ltlSIMl Mr. ami Mrs. A. K. Manning were pleasantly surprised Tnesduy.evoiilng when twenty friends, loaded with the good things or the earth, walked Into their beautiful new home, ami took full posaesBlon. They soon had the table spread with everything that honrt could wish In the way of eat ables, and Mr. and Mrs. Manning were eompeled to net as the honored guests lu tholr own home. The evening was spent In a social way, and everyone had it most enjoyable time. Those prosent were: Mr. and Mrs. John Hrown, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mer rill, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Rradshnw, Mr. nnd Mrs. Parley Austin, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. A. 11 Anderson, Mr. and .Mrs. J. W. Wing .Mr. and Mrs, Hober Hart, Mr. nni! Mrs. John Roborts Sr., Mrs. Clnre Goates, , and Mr. A. II. Manulr . and family. Renthrop Will Wrestle Alex Ghristofferson Itcnllinip Defeats Herman Stroh of Si. Louis In Two Straight Falls. One of the best wrestling matches over seen In Lehi was lu tho Royal Theatre Thursday evening, when Charloy Renthrop throw Herman Stroh or St. Louis, Mo., in two straight falls. The fall was secured with u body scissors and a half nel son, d lasted fifty minutes. The second was secured with a body and head scissors and lnster ten minutes. Stroh claims that coming from n low to n high altitude weakened him and ho had been In Utah only four days. He will trnln here for two weeks and then wrestle Nelson, the Salt Lake firemen. Motion pictures wero shown before tho bout and ono reel after. Al Wil son promoted tho bout nnd had n good house. Alex ChrlBtoffcrson and Charles Ren. tlirop yesterday signed up articles to wrestle one week from today, Janu ary 23rd. ChrlBtoffcrson will spend tho week lu Salt Lakca City under a competnut trainer. Ho did consider able training for tho preliminary bout lu tho Yokel-Drown contest, nnd Is now in good condition. It Is admitted that Renthrop has had tho most ex perience nnd possibly tho moro sci ence, but Chrlstoffcrson's Buporlor .weight will probably offset tho Dutch man's advantage otherwise. At tho Yokel. Drown contest Chrlst ocerBon made a wonderful showing with the Alaska wrestler, and at this snmo match Renthrop challenged Drown to a match nnd offorcd to wag er $G0O on the outcome. Ho will meet Drown later. O I. - Canning Company Will Erect Warehouse The directors of the l.ehl Canning company hold a meeting Thursday evening and decided to build a brick wn rehouse HO by 80 reel and two stories high. The building will be erected Immedltnely woBt or tho fac tory, with about six feet between the buildings. For this purpose three thousand dollars more capital stock will be Is sued, and It is the Intention to have the work done almost entirely ror stock, lu this way people who have not money, but who want stock, will bo able to get lu tho compuny. Work will bo commenced at once, and as soon us tho frost is out of tho ground tho foundation will bo put In. As Boon as the contracts ore print ed, contracting for tomatoes will bo commenced. State Bank Machine Has Almost Human intelligence The Stuto Dank of l.ehl this week added a machlno to their equipment Hint acts almost as Intelligently as a human. It only occupies about one cubic foot of space, but Is cost $750.00. It Is a Rurrows listing machine, and Is used to jiost tho customers' ac counts In tho dally statement book. It Is tho Intest thing In bank book keeping, and both adds nnd subtracts with great rapidity and perfect ac curacy. It records tho date of each transaction, tho bnlanco brought for ward, to which Is added the day's de posit. If any. and then subtracts the several checks that may have come In during tho day. and finally strikes a balance, showing Just how the cus tomer's account stands, and all In one tranenctlon. It Is operated with a smnll electric motor. If tho depositor has any overdraft the little mnchlne refuses I,, ttork' until a special key i,uli..il. and "en following the last llgur- it pre sents lu nd letters (. " RV lite clerk notice i warn ihe depositor' that his account Is lu the i,., lf 1U day's transactions loaves the .i,.,.i.. ' , -'. luates III.- deport. or without a balance, a star uk-s Mm place or the lust figure T,u ""c I" a great uw mu.r Pinetleally doing the work ..f i, .V ,il "'". nml enables the c,w,0llll,r to obtain a statement or his Mcom. ' miy time, without waiting rr ,,; clerk to miike one out. " M i'iiriiii-rH trm Jieci i:,,rj TH11 .u The Farmers'loTTety of i;,,,,,,,. ' J1 '"eetlng m , ( "1 il rooms Saturday nigh. ., .., I to a talk by County Farm .,m . tratorA. D.Dallentyne.on'The " kotlng or Farm Products x was also given on potato dl8eaBei! ... " rated with ft chart. The So , y voert to hold meetings .lr.R 2 winter every alterimto Sntanli.y '""BUS WAVMMX 1!n,,lns The (mention or yearlv i.,,..- . tnxos has become J' JJ fanners of Amerle.,,, ,,ork .J"";; ,ho question up. Within the past re cent years the taxes have been al most trebled, and tho threat la tlmy will come higher yet. It Is 1ilgl probable that the movement started L our neighbors may become state wide An account of tho meeting will te found on another pngc. I MILKS The Local Papsr a Most Useful Afleney on the Farm The Press, Pulpit and School a Trinity of Influence That Must Be Utilized In Dulldlno Agriculture. By Peter Radford Locturcr Notional runners' Union A broad campaign ot publicity on tho subject of rural life Is needed In this state today to brim, the problems of tho farmers to tho forefront. The city problems arc blazoned upon tho front pages of tho metropolitan dall ies and echoed in the country press, but tho troubles of tho farmers aro seldom told, except by those who seek to profit by the story, and tho glitter of the package oRtlmcs ob jures tho substanco A searching in rcstlgatlon Into the needs of tho farmers will reveal many Inherent de fects In our economic system that can bo easily remedied when properly un derstood and Illuminated by the pow er of tho press. The rural press, the pulpit and tho icliool are a trinity of powerful lm fluences that the farmer must utlllzo to their fullest capacity before ho can occupy a commnndlng position In pub lic affairs Theso gigantic agencies aro organized In every rural community and only await tho patronage and co operation of the farmers to fully de relop their energy and usefulness. They aro locnl forces working for the best Interests of their respectlvo communities. Their work Is to build and their object Is to serve They prosper only through the development and prosperity of tho community Every farmer In this state should subscrlbo for tho local paper, as well as farm periodicals and such other publications as ho may And profitable, but bo should by all means subscrlbo for his local paper and no homo should bo without tt Thu local paper Is part of tho community life nnd tho editor understands the runner's prob lems. It Is tho local press that will study the local problems and through Hi columns deal with subjects ot moEt vital Importance to local lire of the community A Noble Task. In too many instances tho country papers mimic the cltj press by glv Ing prominence to scandals, accidents and political agitation. Tho now rural civilization lias placed upon tho rural press renewed responsibilities, and enlarged possibilities for useful ness. It cannot perform Its mission to ngrlculturo by recording tho frail tics, tho mishaps und Inordinate am bitions or humanity, or by lllllng Its columns with the cchoc3 or tho strug gles or busy streets, or by enchanting stories or city life which luro our children rrom tho rami. It has a higher and nobler task. Too often the pages of tho city dallies brlstlo with tho btrugglo or ambitious mon In tholr wild lust ror power, nnd many times tho tlnmes of personal conflict sear tho lender buds of now civilization and Illuminate tho path way to destruction Tho rural press Is tho governing power of public senti ment and must hold fiendfast to prlnclplo and keep the jl.ip or state in (bo roadstead or progress Tho rural precs can best servo the inter ests or tho farmers by npplWng its energies to tho eolutlou or iiobleniB affecting tho local community It must stem tho mighty life current that Is moving fn ln the fr.rn, to tho cities, sweeping beroro It n thousand boys and girls pet day R , , (k.a, with tho fundamental problem of civilization at their fountain head Its mission Is to direct growth, tench ef ficiency nnd mold the Intellectual life of tho country placing Mn b lie tho dally problems of the runners and giving llrst attention to the leg" Iilatlvo. co-operative, educational and wm!,,TU" f "'" "'" clw" wlthln Its respective community The Power of Advertising Tho inlluence ot advertising is clear- y visible In the homes and hub 80f tho farmers, and -he udvertlsl,," col umiis of tho pron are making the! Imprint upon the ;lves r , ,, i ' r Tho farmer ,.om.,. the ., , J nro best ndvortlsed. Tho farmer is entitled to all the advantages and t.-serves mi tl ,." urlos or lire We need ,, 0 ? '" Jiico and user... McHUIes .,,,' farms, mid innn home, am, ,r, aro well balanced m this repoCt Z he advertiser cm render u h, rvlc, by teaching the advantages .rlKl' equipment throughout the enluin" . of tho rural press. or Tho farmers nro In neeii ,.t , . leadership The, iiu ,. TS era. hut they . ,ocn, j community and educational loX Tin Runner mints innr ii . . ln,airl,s,,3 i J, 1 i'"- i No Difference The Proof Is Here the Sumo Ah' Everywhere. For thoso who scok relief from kid. noy backache, weak kidneys, bladder Ills, Doati's Kidney Pllla otrcr hope or roller nnd tho proof is horo In Utah County, tho samo ns everywhere. Utah County pcoplo havo used Doan'd nnd t'tnh County pcoplo recommend Donn's, tho kidney remedy used In America ror fifty years. Why auffor? Why run the risk of dangerous kldnoy Ills fatal Urlght's disease. Hero's American Fork proof. Investigate U Mrs. W. S. Greenwood, American Fork, Utnh, says: "I hnvo taken Doan's Kidney Pills and thoy have never yet failed to give tho best of results. Gonprally, tho troublo I had could bo traced to over exertion which tended to weaken my kidnoys. This caused attacks of backache nnd u general weakness. Doan's Kidney Pills arc certainly good for ailments of that kind. 1 can bear witness thnt they relievo pnlns across tho back and causo tho kidnoys to act regular ly. Prlco COc, at all dealers Don't simply ask for n kidney remedy get Donn's Kidney Pills tho snmo that Mrs. Greenwood had. Fostcr-Mllburn Co., Props., Duffalo, N. Y. NOTICK OF DELINQUENT SALE The Meholes Tlntlc Consolidated Mlu lug Company. Principal placo of business, Ameri can Fork, Utah. Notice: There are delinquent upon the following described stock, on ac count or assessment Ko. G of 50 cents per thousand shares, lovlcd Novem ber 20, 1914, tho sovcral Bharcs set opposite the names of the respectlvo shareholders follow: Name Shnres Petrc Anderson 3,300 Gcorgls D. Amoro 1,000 Frank L. Draining 2,000 Kverett P. Rroknw 600 ICdward Darratt II. .V. Chrlstcnscu 10,200 W M. Fergusen ...., 3,000 H. D. Olnzc 1,000 John W. Jones. 4,000 Clnru K. Miller COO Alex Meholes 7,000 K. Papa Nicholas 2,000 Rocco Rossi 1,000 Nick Rugo 1,000 Martha L. K. Stuhbs 600 Otto Varney 1,320 Peter Winters 1,500 Amos Wugstalt 500 Joseph K. Nlcholcs 7,000 Ray I). Nlcholcs 7,000 And In accordance with thu law nnd an order of tho board of directors, made on November 20, 1914, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may ho necessary will bo sold at public auction nt the ofllco of the secretary on Saturduy, Jnnunry 30, 1915, nt 2 o'olock p. m., to pay the delinquent assessment thereon, to gether with tho cost of advertising and expense of sale. P. M. KELLY, Secretary. Postponement of final payment mado to January 30. 1915. (First pub, Jan. 10; last Jan 23, 1915) ESTKAL NOTICE Stnte of Utuh, County of Utnh, High, land Precinct. Ihnvo In my possession tho follow ing described animal which, If not claimed and taken nway, will bo sold nt public miction to tho hlghcBt cash bidder nt estray pound In Highland Precinct, on tho 19th day of January, 1915, at 2 o'clock p, m. One red brlndlo cow, about C years old, dehorned, whlto under bo)iy, weight about 1100 pounds. Ilrnnded A with underneath. Crop and silt In right ear and crop and upper bit In left car. Said cBtruys were taken up by mo In Bald precinct on the Cth day or January 19U. HYRl'M HARMON, Poundkcopor ror Highland Precinct. o RED BARNS IN UTAH Many now barns nro being built in the rural districts or Utah, Dulldlng materia) dealers lu nil sections or tho stnte report an un precedented demand ror barn lum ber and red paint. Next to tho home, the barn is the most Important build, lug on the rutin, nnd wherever red Imrns exist there rrugallty mid pros petity abides supreme. The rnpld construction or now 1 ' In I'tnl. Is lining the tormlus imltistry or this stnte into n higher 1 zone r utility and Is establishing a w era In our Industrial progress, ' v community can proceed far into its agricultural economy until Its Htoek Is well sheltered u..d Its crops are properly housed ' OOOTII nnd uCOTIi At.. ft Administrator ' AttoriJBi (First pufcJnnjM Peb ' NOTICE FOR "lnwm Department of lntthtt W U.S. Land Office at Salt UwM Utah, December 23, 19H ' V, Notice Is hereby gVCn th.. . I Mid Freobaim, of" Salt Srlc Jtnh, who, on December Bi nndo Homestead Application a! -no 052C7. for SH, Section 2 'Tm ..IPS South, Range 2 We.., si, m viorldlan, has filed notice of S o make five year Proof, to e,t!X ilalm to the land above describe :oro Register and Recdre" d Land Omcc, nt Salt Lake Cltr vmW on tho 12th day of February, ljuMf Claimant names as witnesses- A, E. Hawkins, cf Cedar Pert 'i-tH Androw M. Freebnlrn, of Salt X Clty. Utah; Joshua E. SiUita Salt Lnko City. Utah; J. iM Frccbalrn, or Tnylorsvllle, Utah, ft E. D. R. THOMPSON, V.M (First pub. Jan. 2, last Jan. 30. lB' ASSESSMENT NO. 4 American Copper Mining and niB Compnio-, Principal Place ol bS ncss, Lehi, Utnh. Wt Notice is hereby glveo that ttl' meeting of the Board of Directorial1 tho American Copper Mining A? Milling company, held Friday B cembor 18, 1914, an asseasmcntB' 11-25 per thousand shares was ltnw on tho outstanding capital stock, able Immediately to Wm. Aaher, Sty rotary, nt Lehi, Utnh. Any itock M on which this assessment has 9 been paid on Wednesday, Jan. 20I 1915, will be delinquent and adreruw ed for sale at public auction, and B' less payment Is made before, will sold on Saturday, Feb. 20tb, 191S.V 2 p. m. at the office or the secrettV on Main Street, l.ehl Utah, to A the delinquent assessment therecsiV gether with the cost or adrertliv and expenses of Bale. B- WILLIAM ASHER, B SecrettB (First publication Dec. 26, 1914.) B NOTICE FOR PUIILICATION B Department of Interior. H U. S. Land Office at Suit Lake ClB Utah, December 23, 1914. Notice Is hereby given that Jane m. Frcebalrn, of Salt Lnko City, I'uM who, on December 22, 1909, nuB Homestead Application, serial N 052C9, for N4, Section 35, Townili 5 South, Rnugo 2 West, Salt Lai Meridian, has filed notlco of Intcntl. to mnko flvo year Proof, to estate clnlm to tho land above doscribed.t foro Register nnd Receiver, U. Lund Ofllco, at Salt Lako City, UU on tho 12th day of February, 1915. Clnlmnnt namos ns witnesses: Archibald Frcebalrn, Aleiaadi Wnndless, Androw M. Fretilin Joshua E. Salisbury, all of Salt Lai City, Utah. B. D. R. THOMPSON, RtjWti (First pub. Jan. 2, last Jan. 30. 1915 In the District Court of the Foirt Judlclul District, State of U. County of L'tuli. In Ro. Lehi Mill nnd EIoTntor Cos pnny, n Corporation of the Stilt 0 Utah. NOTICE To All Whom It .May Conctra.-; Notlco Is hereby given that acorn ' Robinson, u stockholder, has nii potltlon In tho above entitled I com praying for tho dissolution of tat " Mill nnd Elovntor Comany, a . Corpo rr Hon of tho Stnto of Utah: That isu mnttor has been set for hearing ro' Monday tho 25th day or lanmj, ""' nt ten o'clock n, m., of "lda Iu Court House, nt Provo CUJ. County. Stnto of Utah, at l ch W any porson desiring to bo l" nppenr then nnd thero an d now "' If nny thoy have, why said corpo" Hon should not bo desolved, wo persons who fall to l'Pc"! , ' the forovor barred from objecting to dessolutlon of said corporation. Uy Order of tho Cour , A. V. ROUIS9N, Clerk, Ily Orn Roylnnce, Deputy. ,. JACOB EVANS, Attorney for P" Honor. . . , 01 1915. First Pub. Dec, 19-lnBt Jnn- m I HAMMER BROS. 2 LIVERY, FEED AND TRANSFEB t I Stables.... J On Main Street, ftear d! & TL. G I Buss Meets All Trains.