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For Infanta and ChTIdran.
Mothers Know That
Genuine Castoria
Always
Bears the
Signature
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Thereby Promoting
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Constipation and Diarrhoea.,
and Feverishness a*»
Loss OF SLEEP
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Thirty Years
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CASTORIA
At 6 month*
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Exact Copy of Wrapper.
ARE YOUR KIDNEYS WEAK}
Thousands of Men and Women Have Kidney
Trouble and Never Suspect It.
Nature warns you when the trade of
fcealth is not .dear. Kidney and bladder
troubles cause many annoying symptoms
.and great inconvenience both day and
night.
Unhealthy kidneys may cause lumbago,
rheumatism, catarrh of the bladder, pain
or dull ache in the back, joints or mus
cles, at times have headache or indiges
tion, as time passes you may have a sal
low complexion, puffy or dark cirdes
under the eyes, sometimes feel as though
you had heart trouble, may have plenty
of ambition but no strength, get weak
and lose flesh.
If such conditions are permitted to
Continue, serious results may be expect
ed; Kidney Trouble in its very worst
form may steal upon you.
Prevalency of Kidney Disease.
Host people do not realize the alarm
8PEC1AL NOTE—You obtain a sample
8PEC1AL NOTE—You may obtain a sample size bottle of Swamp-Root by enclosing
ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. This gives you the opportunity
ta prove the remarkable merit of this medicine. They will also send you a book of
valuable information, containing many of the thousands of grateful letters received
from men and women who say they found Swamp-Root to be just the remedy needed
in kidney, liver and bladder troubles. The value and success of Swamp-Root are so
well known that our readers are advised to send for a sample size bottle. Address Dr.
Bhar A Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing be sure and mention this paper.
Curious Farms.
Municipal Dairy.
Curious Farms.
In Japan flourish two of the oldest
farms imaginable. From one there
proceeds each year a crop of tens of
thousands of snapping turtles. This
farm has, it appears, solved the prob
lem of preserving the supply of what,
to the Japanese, is as great a delicacy
as diamond-hack terrapin to the Amer
icans.
The farm consists of a number of
ponds. Certain of these are set apart
as breeding grounds. Once a (Jay men
go over the shores and With little wire
baskets, cover up all new egg deposits.
Sometimes thousands of the wire bas
kets are in sight at a time, marking
the places where the eggs lie and pre
venting the turtles from scratching
the earth from them.
Reached the Limit.
Four men In the smoking ear were
playing whist. One man was constant
ly criticizing his partner, finding fault
with his play. Presently, after the
victim had thrown away a diamond
on a spade lead, the iraseihle one
blurted out : v
Dash it, man, haven't you got a
black suit?"
Yes," said his partner quietly, "and
I'll soon be wearing it at your funeral
if you don't shut up.
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For sal« by dealers
everywhere
at reasonable prices
Fully guaranteed
— best
responsibility
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Shot Shells
For the high flyers, or the low flyers, "Leader" and
"Repeater' shells have the reach, spread and penetra
tion. Their great sale is due to these qualities, which
insure a full bag. Made in many gauges and loads, *
BE SURE TO ASK FOR THE W BRAND
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of
ing increase and remarkable prevalency
of kidney disease. While kidney dis
orders are among thé most common dis
eases that prevail, tbe y are almost the
last recognized by patients, tv ho usually
content themselves with doctoring the
effects, while the original disease may
constantly undermine the system. V
If you feel that your kidneys are the
cause of your sickness or run down con
dition, try taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the falnous kidney, liver and blad
der remedy, because as soon as your kid
neys improve, they will help the other
organs to health.
li you are already convinced that
ßwump-Root is what you need, you can
purchase the regular fifty-oent and one
dollar size bottles at all drug stores.
Don't make any mistake but remember
the name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., which
you will find on every bottle.
Municipal Dairy.
Not satisfied with the milk coming
in for its sickly children and indigent
families, the corporation of St. Helens
some time ago decided to try Its hand
at providing better milk from munici
pal sources. So successful was the ex
periment that St Helens continued to
Increase its supply in this way until
today quite a large business Is done in
milk by the council.
Tunbridge Wells had the foresight to
buy a hop garden several years back,
and from the very first this has been
a notable municipal success. The gar
den extends over II acres, and $2,500
worth of hops were sold from this the
first year the town owned the garden
is
No Consolation.
Beauty is but ski^deep.
Exactly, but the girl with it has
all the other girls skinned to death.
Occasionally we hear of a man who
managed to make good by following
the advice of his wife. *
Niagara Falls, N. Y., maintains a
free information bureau for the bene
fit of visitors.
\,
New Zealand is preparing to sow a
large acreage in wheat.
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Enables Builder to Get Effects at
a Comparatively Slight
Expense.
LENDS ITSELF TO NOVELTY
Beautiful Facings Eaay to Make With
out Costly Work of Mason:
Bun
galow Shows What May Be
Done With Material.
By WILLIAM A. RADFORD.
Mr. William A. Radford will anawei
questions and give advice FREE OF
COST on all subjects pertaining to tbe
subject of building, for the readers, of this
paper. On account 9t his wide experience
as Editor, Author and Manufacturer, he
Is, without doubt, the highest authority
on all these subjects. Address all inquiries
to William A. Radford, No. 1827 Prairie
avenue, Chicago, 111., and only enclose
two-cent stamp for reply.
Since concrete blocks have found
their way into the field of home con
struction the architect has been fur
nished with a greatly increased range
of finishing effects which may be used
without Involving a prohibitive cost to
the owner. As a first consideration,
the concrete block may be made almost
any shape, and novel masonry is ob
tained without the necessity of a great
deal of chipping and shaping of the
blocks by the mason. It is not neces
sary to use blocks having a monotony
of size and shape, for all up-to-the-min
ute concrete building block manufac
turers are aware of the possibiUties
which their product offers, and equip
ment for the casting of a variety of
sizes and shapes is now installed in
their plants.
A second consideration which has
placed the concrete block in favor
among those who desire a thoroughly
high-grade exterior finish is found in
the beautiful facings which may be
made an integral part of the block.
This feature is a development which
is largely responsible for the widening
field which the concrete building
block serves. Closely allied with the
use of various crushed natural stones
in the facings is the development and
use of white cement, which may be
used either alone or in combination
with a number of pigments, resulting
in the production of any shade of a
number of colors.
The . use of these materials enables
the manufacturer to produce very
close imitations of highly expensive
stone at a reasonable cost. Marble,
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the
granite, sandstone and limestone may
be imitated with such exactness that
there is nothing gained in the use of
the true material. The surface of the
faced block is, as a rule, finished in
one of two ways. After the cement
has taken its initial set, the crushed
stone is exposed by the use of water
and a steel wire brush. This surface
is rough and produces much the same
effect which is obtained by the use of
rough natural stone. Those stones
which are capable of taking a polish
in their natural state may be closely
imitated by the use of the crushed ma
terial, which is allowed to set firmly
in the face of the block, and then the
surface Is planed down smooth and
polished. In addition to these two
methods of facing it is possible to tool
the surface of the block in any desired
way.
In the structure, the block may be
used to carry out the effect which the
home builder is striving for. One man
may be pleased with the massive ef
fect obtained by the use of large blocks
in the entire structure. Another finds
his desires realized in the combination
of concrete blocks with other building
materials. In the latter class of
buildings an effect which has been well
demonstrated by the use of ornamental
brick may be obtained with equal suc
cess by the. use of concrete blocks in
the construction of the porch on a
frame house.
The illustrations present a bungalow
which has been designed with a porch
of distinctive concrete blocks. In this
case the architect has found it possible
to greatly .improve the appearance of
the structure by including the chimney
in the porch effect. The facing used
is composed of marble chippings and
y white cement. The surface of the
block is left rough, the marble being
exposed by the steel brush. Two sizes
are used in the walls and special-size
blocks are cast for the porch rail.
The wqrk is laid up in alternate wide
and narrow courses and is pointed
with dark-colored mortar. The heavy
columns of the porch are balanced by
the chimney, erhich is largely respon
sible for the manner in which the
porch seems to blend into the house
design.
Because of the rather extensive
white surface of the porch and chim
ney, it Is necessary that the trim be
white throughout. The dark stained
surface of the shingle-covered walls
stands in pleasing contrast with the
white surface. There are numerous
jtoecial features in the exterior design.
The roof Is a low-gable type with flat
robf dormers on the sides. Rafter
ends are exposed, and heavy brackets
support the roof where it extends out
from the walls at the ends. The heavy'
has
who
a
a
of
beams above the porch effectively fin
ish off this part of the house. The
flower box built beneath the wide win
dow above the porch is'flared out at
the bottom to harmonize with the
sloping roof.
The room arrangement of the bunga
low is simple and effective. The living
ropm extends from one side to the
other of the front part of the house,
and has a fireplace at one end. Six
windows and the front door admit light
to the room, assuring a pleasant place
for the entertainment of afternoon
guests. In the rear of the living room
the dining room occupies one side of
the house and the bedroom the other.
A three-window bay is built into the
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Floor Plan.
outside wall in each of these rooms.
The opening from each of the rooms to
the front part of the house is cased.
The kitchen Is centrally located in
the rear of the house with the bath
room on one side and the rear porch
on the other. The rear porch is really
built as an additional room and will
prove to be a valuable addition to the
space provided in the kitchen. The
porch floor Is lower than the kitchen
floor. There are two steps in the pas
sage to the kitchen and two steps from
the porch to grade. Space is provided
for the refrigerator on the porch,
where it may be iced without tracking
dirt into the house. The basement is
entered from the rear porch. Closets
are provided In the bedroom, kitchen
and rear porch, and a cupboard is set
into the wall in the kitchen.
The utility of this room arrangement
will be easily realized. A large, bright
living room, such as is provided in this
of
the
in
of
be
of
in
a
design, is considered a necessity by
those who take pride In making the
most of their home. The numerous
windows are 'pleasant and an abun
dance of healthful sunshine is admit
ted into the house. The interior Is
fully capable of furthering the good !m
pression given by the exterior design.
Ll Hung Chang's Grandson.
W. G. Anchung Kung, grandson of
the great Chinese statesman, LI Hung
Chang, who is at present on tour of
the United States to study problems
relating to agriculture, made an inspec
tion of the water front here. He was
particularly Interested in studying the
work of discharging tropical fruit from
the refrigerating steamers. The young
man's father is foreign secretary of
the Chinese republic. Kung expects to
be appointed commissioner of agricul
ture in one of the Chinese provinces
on his return. He is a graduate of
Cambridge university, England. He
has spent much time in the southern
states studying the cotton, rice and su
gar plantations. He predicts the com
plete awakening of the whole of Chinr
within 20 years.—Boston Post
Why We Should Be Fat
A liberal allowance of fat is needful
for perfecting the shape of the body.
Fat gives form and roundness to the
body. Fat is needed to help maintain
and regulate the body heat. Fat peo
ple do not feel uncomfortable from
the chilling blasts of winter as do
their less favored lean and lank broth
ers. Fat acts as a reserve, substance
which the body can draw upon for
nutrition in case of emergency, too.
If one Is inclined to grumble about his
weight let him think what it would
mean to him to be deprived of his use
ful protective covering of fat. De
terioration in health usually results
when there Is a marked loss of fat
from the body.
Shy of Faith.
, Helny—Blank is evidently a student
of human nature.
Omar—Why do you think so 7
Heiny—He has no faith in mankind.
Omar—Oh, that's easily explained.
He has associated with himself for a
number of years.
Said in the Trenches.
So that's your old lady, is it? My,
but she looks cross!"
"She is. When I go home after the
war I'll be scared to death the whole
time again.
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Rainfall in Bombay.
Bombay averages more than * 72
Inches of rain a year and gets moat
of it within four or five months.
of
CALOMEL SICKENS!
IT'S MERCURY! DANGER
Dodson's Liver Tone" Straightens You Up Better Than Salivating, Dangerous
Calomel and Doesn't Make You Sick—Don't Lose a Day's Work
Wonderful Discovery Destroying Sale of Calomel Here.
u
You're bilious I Your liver is sluggish! You
feel lazy, dizzy and all knocked ou£. Your head
is dull, your tongue is coated ; breath had ; stomach
sour and bowels constipated. But don't take sali
vating calomel. It makes you sick, you may lose
a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes
necrosis of the bones. Calomel crashes into sour
bile like dynamite, breaking it up. That's when
you feel that awful nausea and cramping.
If you want to enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver
and bowel cleansing you ever experienced just take
a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone to
night. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 50
cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my
personal money-back guarantee that each spoon
PROUD OF THEIR MODEL SON
Of Course He Was Young, but Just
Then His, Habits Were Abso
lutely Irreproachable.
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"Ah, well, wife," said John Rumbles,
the honest farmer, "though bur corn
was stricken with quinsy this year,
and our pigs all* got the ear disease,
and our cabbages were all hollow, and
our wheat had appendicitis, we have
the consolation of knowing that we
have a model son. Just think, Roland
^ as never smoked a cigarette in his
is in K*
whole life."
"Nor anything else, for that mat
ter," replied Susan, his honest wife.
And he would no more think of tak
ing strong drink that he would of fly
"True," asserted honest John, with
a sickly smile. "And the regular hours
he keeps !"
Yes," put In honest Susan, eagerly.
To bed right after supper every night
regular as clockwork.
And for a while John smoked in con
templative silence, while Susan knit
ted away in her easy chair.
But, of course, there's this," said
John at length. "We can't tell how
he'll be later on. We must remember
he's only six months old.
"Ah, John, we mustn't borrow trou
ble. We have enough already, good
ness knows," snickered Susan.—De
troit Free Press. '
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CÜTICURA COMFORTS BABY
Buffering From Itching, Burning
Rashes, Eczema, etc. Trial Free.
Give baby a bath with hot water and
Cuticura Soap, using plenty of Soap.
Dry lightly and apply Cuticura Oint
ment gently to all affected parts. In
stant relief follows and baby falls into
a refreshing sleep, the first perhaps
in weeks. Nothing more effective.
Free sample each by mail with Book.
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L,
Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv.
up
Altogether Too Economical
Mr. A.—So the Tompkins-Cborkins
ma tch is broken off, is it?
Mr. B.—Yes. The Tompkins object
ed to Chorkins being so economical.
Mr. A.—You astonish me.
Mr. B.—Yes. You know he Is a con
tractor himself, and so sent circulars
to all the ministers in town asking for
their lowest estimates for performing
the ceremony.
lie.
ful
Fifty-Fifty."
In Cornwall, England, there was a
case involving the ownership of an
eight-day clock. After listening to the
parties the judge said to the plaintiff:
You get the clock.
What do I get?" asked the defend
ll
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ant
You get the eight days.
Difficult Problem.
"There are some sinister influences
behind the boom in this aviation
stock.
"That may be, but how do you pro
pose to get after the man higher up?"
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Element of Uncertainty.
"How do you think your state is go
ing next election?
We're going to have a walk-over,
replied Senator Sorghum,
not quite sure which of us is going to
get walked on.
has
in
'But I'm
en
AVOID A DOCTOR'S BILL
on the firgt of the month by taking
now a bottle of Mansfield Cough Bal
sam for that hacking, hollow cough.
Price 25c and 50c.—Adv.
Even Up.
"Did the doctor pay a visit?
"Yes, and the visit paid the doctor.
—-Exchange.
or
get
a
was
to
will
more
solves
nate
the
neys.
tea.
Dr. Peery's "DEAD SHOT" ia an effective
medicine for Worms or Tapeworm In adults
or children. One dose is sufficient and no
supplemental purge necessary_Adv.
English colonies total 13,002,321
square miles in area, with a popula
tion of 389,065,035.
We like or dislike persons, not so
much for what they are as for what
they radiate.
easily
Electric railways of the United
States represent a valuation of $730,
1)00,000.
North Dakota has $64,000,000 worth
of land set apart as' school endow
ment.
sugar.
HORSE SALE DISTEMPER
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5
You know that when you sell or buy through the sales
you have about one chance in fifty to escape SALE STABLE
DISTEMPER. "SPOHK'S" is your true protection, your
only safeguard, for as sure as you treat all your horses
with it, you will soon be rid of the disease. It acts as a
sure preventive, no matter how they are "exposed."
60 cents and $1 a bottle; $5 and $10 dozen bottles, at all
good druggists, horse goods houses, or delivered by the
manufacturers.
SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Chemists, Goshen, Ind., V. S. A.
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HAD ALL SHE COULD STAND
Despite Possible Proposal, "Young
Old Maid" Was Unable to Put
Up With Bore.
his
Iole is a new and charming corre
spondent who describes herself as "a
rather young old maid in whom the
eager desire for matrimony is almost
overbalanced by an unfortunate sense
of the ridiculousness of all masculine
beings." Her letter relating some re
cent experiences with male bores and
zanies is too long to reproduce. We
print this brief excerpt :
"He talked of socialism from 8 :30 tc
9:30, of the war from 10 till 10:30,
of Bernard Shaw and how he is dif
ferent from Chesterton till 11:30—and
then of psychic therapeutics.
I am, you know,' he interjected,
'connected with the Emmanuel move
ment.'
mat
wife.
tak
fly
with
night
con
knit
said
how
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'You surprise me,' I murmured.
Why should you be surprised that
I am interested in so absorbing a sub
ject?' he demanded. And I'm afraid
I glanced at the clock as I an
swered :
" T didn't Imagine you could be con
nected with any sort of a-er-move
ment !'
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"Bgt isn't it too bad? I think he
would have proposed If I'd let him
talk for another hour or so !"
In
L,
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
Take Grove's
The Old Standard Glove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Gen
eral Tonic because it contains the well
known tonic properties of QUININE and
IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out
Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds
up the Whole System. 50 cents.
Disappointment.
"What made the man kill the goose
who laid the golden egg?
"I can only guess at it. Maybe food
was costing so much that he got re
sentful because the bird kept handing
him old metal instead of regular eggs."
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..A Lover of Truth.
George Washington never told a
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lie.
"I doubt that But he was too truth
ful a man ever to give his personal in
dorsement to that story.
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DON'T GAMBLE
that your heart's all right. Make
sure. Take "Renovine"—a heart and
nerve tonic. Price 50c and $1.00.—Adv.
Shop Talk.
Kate is a bundle of nerves.
I thought she looked done up."—
Boston Transcript.
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THIS IS THE AGE OF YOUTH.
You will look too years younger if you
darken your ugly, grizzly, gray hairs by
asing "La Creole" Hair Dressing. —Adv
A gasoline engine-driven machine
has been invented to bale hay or straw
in cylindrical bales.
One burlesque show will keep the
Average man awake longer than a doz
en sermons.
Cuba annually imports about G00,
000,000 feet of lumber.
ii
It is always easy- to be wise for
someone else.
To Live Long!
A recipe given by a famous phy- a11
or if uric acid in the blood has caused
rheumatism, "rusty" Joints, stiffness, my
get Appric at the drug store. This is sion
a wonderful eliminator of uric acid and edy
was discovered by Dr. Pierce of In- and
vallds' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. If your done
druggist does not keep it send 10 cents I
to Dr. Pierce for trial package and you No
will know that it is many times any
more potent than lithia and that it dis- I
solves uric acid as hot water does with
sioian for long life was: "Keep the
kidneys in good order! Try to elimi- .;j!
nate through the skin and intestines I
the poisons that otherwise clog the kid- ?;
neys. Avoid eating meat as much as ii
possible; avoid too much salt, alcohol, :
tea. Drink plenty of water." if j
For those past middle life, for those s j
easily recognized symptoms of inflam
mation, as backache, scalding "water,"
of
sugar.
t
50
ful will clean your sluggish liver better than a
dose of nasty calomel and that it won't make
you sick.
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver medicine.
You'll know it next morning because you will
wake up feeling fine, your liver will be working, '•
your headache and dizziness gone, your stomach
will be s\tfeet and your bowels regular. * You will
feel like working ; you'll be cheerful ; full of vigor
and ambition.
Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely vegetable,
therefore harmless, and can not salivate. Give it
to your children. Millions of people are using
Dodson's Liver Tone instead of dangerous calomeî
now. Your druggist will tell you that the sale of
calomel isfalmost stopped entirely here.—Adv.
Sorry She Spoke.
"John," she said sternly, "father
said he saw you this morning going
into a pawnbroker's with a large buu
die.'
Her suitor flushed. Then he replied
in a low voice:
Yes, that is true. I was taking the
pawnbroker some of my old clothes.
You see, he and his wife are awfully,
hard up."
"Oh, John, forgive me!" exclaimed
the young girl. "How truly noble you
are !"
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Chilian copper mines are calling for
American capital for development pur*
poses.
Every time a man scores a failure he
realizes how little he amounts to.
Oil production of Argentina last year
àmounted to 274,000 barrels.
that
sub
an
con
Kobe has 498,317 people.
he
him
Gen
well
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back of the cloth, inside the garment—
it's a satisfaction guarantee — the
mark of the genuine
re
Stifel's
Indtéo Cloth
Standardly for over 75years
a
that has never been successfully imitated.
Remember, it's tkt cloth in the overalls that
fives the wear, and STIFEL'S INDIGO has
broken all records as the long-wear cloth.
Sweaty toll and the rub of the tub can't
dim it's beautiful fast color.
Look for this
mark inside
the garment
on the back
of the cloth.
in
Cloth
Manufac
tured by
StOISTCftEO
J. L. STIFEL & SONS
Indigo Dyers and Printers Wbeeliag.W.Va.
.260-262 Church 8t
.324 Market St.
.31 Bedford St.
.223 W. Jackson Bird.
. Postai Telegraph Bldg.
.Saxton Bank Bldg.
.Coca-Cola Bldg.
..928 Victoria Bldg.
.238 Bndicott Bldg.
.14 Manchester Bldg.
.41X1 Hammond Bldg.
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