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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1914.
DAILY, WEEKLY, SUNDAY.
BY
JOURNAL PUBLISHING COMPANY.
FRANK L. MAYES, President.
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
SUBSCRIPTION RATESJ
One Week, Daily and Sunday t -Jjj
Two Weeks, Daily and Sunday
One 2:nth. Daily and Sunday -
Th. n.TT,ti tihII-v and Sunday.. l.'a
Six Months. Daily and Sunday
One Year, Daily and Sunday
S.25
6.50
Sunday Only, One Year
Weekly Journal. One Year.
.$1.60
. 1.00
Office Journal Building, Comer De
Luna and Tntendencia.
Entered aa second-class matter at the
nostofflee at Pensacola," Florida, under
Act of Congress, March 3. 1879.
Phones: Editorial
ness Office. 1500.
Rooms, SS; Bus!
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2D. 1914.
The Rat-Catching Should
Be Continued.
The Journal regrets that the city
commissioners have decided to discon
tinue the rat bounty' That means that
rat-catching- vill probably atop. But
it should not stop.
New Orleans is doing a splendid
work in eradicating rats, in rat-proofing
the -wharves and "buildings, and in
Setting rid of the bubonic plague.
Some time aso it -was announced that
the last case of human plague at New
Orleans hnd been discharged. Yet
every day or two, a plague-infected rat
is discovero l. Just as long as these
rats exist, there is danger of a new
outbreak cf the plague among- humans.
Therefore tie anti-rat campaign in
New Orana.s continues -with unabated
vigor
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reached 1-
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:;ir inspection .f all out-go-ij
:thio maintained, but even
not vii annate all danger to
..s ii-m the j .'.ague-infected
w urlcar.:?.
oniy tin wc(iv tai
tiit.- Southern Railroad
isutolc: front New Orleans
docl here ;t was found
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rats in Ponsa-
xtcrnjliiatiniT
AtBRtSgns
CnttcnraSoai)
snampoos
And light touches of Cuticura
Ointment. They remove dan
druff, allay irritation and pro
mote permanent hair health.
Samples Free by Mail
- Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold tbroucnoo thm
world. Liberal sample of each mailed free, with 33-p.
book. Addrcaa "CaUeurs," Dept. 2F. Boston.
PENSACOLA AND
PENSACOLIANS
A Lame Protest
One of the lamest protests that we
have heard is the "Protest to building
a laboratory in Pensacola." Well,
Jacksonville will take another and an
other, too, but let West Florida ask
for a small share and the protest is
filed by any and all classes. Carra
belle Topics.
No One Claims It
Anybody lost a leg? Shark caught
in Pensacola Bay had one in its stom
ach. Tampa Tribune.
not count :'or lr.uch. J.tul as
ague iiivar.-; in rats before
uinuu! beins--'. the cat eh -
inc; and examination of 100 rats a day
in Pensacola. would enable us to find
the plague bkoul.3 any of it appear
here and to guard against its spread.
The Journal does not believe the city
commissioners can '.o any more im
portant work right now than to con
tinue the rat-catching campaign.
News From the Front
of Our Own Country.
Elemental Passion vs. Written Law
A Florida jury is not likely to hesi
tate long over the case of that Pensa
cola woman who killed the man that
debauched her sixteen-year-old daugh
ter. The judge will do well if he succeed.-?
in restraining the jury from,
passing a vote of thanks to the mother
in the case. The "unwritten law" is
unsafe on general principles and is
frequently invoked by unworthy peo
ple, bat there are cases when written
statutes fail to "reach the spot" md
elemental passions kick them out of
their own summary fashion. Lake
land Telegram.
He Has Other Busines
Postmastership in Pensacola stirred
up a hornet's nest and will very likely
cause politics in the Third Congres
sional District to be warm two years
hence. Well, Congressman Frank L.
Mayes sounds good and natural, any
way. Carrabelle Topics.
Best
CITROLAX
C I T R O L A X
CITROLAX
thing for constipation, sour
The American Lumberman publishes stomach, lazy liver and sluggish bow-
a unique war bulletin on the "News
from the Front of Our Own Country "
which reads as follows:
If you'd like to know what the Ger
mans are doing, if you'd like to know
what the English are at, to know
what the Russians just now are pur
suing, to know what the Frenchmen
are at, and all that we gladly will
tell you; 'twill make you feel better
to know what the French and the
Dutch are about. We'll give you some
news not by cable or letter that really
should make an American shout.
The Germans are fixing their burns
and their fences (the Iowa Germans,
Wisconsin and such;) the English (the
ones in America's census) are busy
and prosperous Just liki the Dutch; ;
the Russians (the Russians who lately
came over) are placing the ties and
are laying the steel; the French (the j
American French) are in clover, and
some of them ride In an automobile.
For these are the Frenchmen, the
English and Russians, for these are the
Belgians. Austria ns, too yes, these are
the people, along w-ith the Prussians,
who really are mostly important to
you. If English and German and
Austrian neighbors keep busy, these
rumors of battles amid, if the Russians
and Frenchmen keep on with their
labors, perhaps 'twould be well if
Americans did.
Very good indeed. This is better
news than anything that Is coming
from tho war in Europe.
els. Stops a sick headache almost at
once. Gives a most thorough and sat
isfactory flushing no pain, no nausea.
Keeps your system cleansed, sweet and
wholesome. Ask for Citrelagi D'Al
emberte's Pharmacy: (Adv:)
WW
Toiirnal's "Wnt
will s'et 5gu results.
SEVERAL CALLS
FOR FIRE DEPT.
COLD WEATHER STILL BEING AC
COMPANIED BY AN UNUSUAL
NUMBER OF FIRES IN ALL
PARTS OF THE CITY.
Cold weather of yesterday still
brought out an accompanying num
ber of fires, and the department ex
pected at all hours to be summoned to
scenes of trouble during the day, hence
when calls were turned in the depart
ment was In such a state of usual
preparedness that the fires were soon,
reached and extinguished. Possibly
the most serious fire of the morning
occurred on West Wright street,
caused from the explosion of a lamp.
The police record snowed the fol
lowing: At 11:47 a. m., at 510 South Palafox
street, the place occupied by Friti!
Peterson was found full of smoke, but
there was no damage to speak of, the
small fire being extinguished with
chemical engine. A defective Hue
caused the trouble.
At 11:56 a. m., a lamp exploded at
the store of S. Balansano, at 115 West
Wright street, and before this fire
was extinguished considerable damage
resulted. The Interior of the place
alone was damaged.
Had Taken His Weight in Medicine.
M. D. Faucett of Gillsville, Ga,, says
he had taken his weight in medicine
for headache and constipation, but
never used anything that did him so
much good as Chamberlain's Tablets.
For sale by all dealers. (Adv.)
Buy a bale of cotton, will
store same for 50c per; month.
Ferriss Warehouse and Stor
age Co. Phone 1812.
L & I STEAHE
WILL BE LOADED
THE E. O. SALTMARSH, WHICH
HAS BEEN IN PORT FOR SOME
WEEKS, WAS BERTHED TO
TAKE CARGO OF TOBACCO AND
IRON. -. ,
NOT ALL Catsup is Good Catsup. It may be PURE,
but then, it may be "weak," or carelessly made. When you
order Gibbs Catsup you get a Superior Catsup, a very Tasty
Catsup. No Preservatives are used. The Bull Head Label
is your GUARANTEE of High Quality.
GIBBS TABASCO CATSUP
made with a little more sea
soning for those who like
a. Hot Catsnp! 8 oz. Bottle
10 cents.
GIBBS APPLE JELLY, made
from the juice of Northern
Apples. No Preservatives
are used. S ox. Glass t
10 cents.
GIBBS PRESERVING COMPANY, Baltimore, Maryland.
U I ) U
The TerffcctionLcuuidrji
PHONE 186.
WE DO DRY CLEANING.
After remaining at anchorage in the
stream for more than a month, the
British steamship E. O. Saltmarsh was
yesterday hauled up and docked in
the Louisville & Nashville slip, where,
beginning possibly this morning, a
large and valuable cargo will be
loaded. Much reticence is being main
tained as to the steamer's cargo, but
it was stated unofficially yesterday
that tobacco and pig iron would be
two of the most principal and valuable
Items to Se loaded at this time.
The steamer will fill out for English
ports, and at this time, it was stated,
will hardly take any cotton, although
present plans may be changed some
what. Tobacco handlers, however, will
bo employed this week, and It will
mean quite a "lift" to them, pending
the arrival of steamers for cotton and
timber.
Considerable Interest was manifest
ed by waterfront people yesterday
when they saw the big steamer being
hauled up to the assigned berth, for it
is believed that. Immediately upon ar
rival the other railroad company
steamer, the August Belmont, will
start loading, and may take out te
first full cargo of cotton for the pres
ent season.
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LICENSES.
(Continued From Preceding Page.)
At any rate the war la developing
u lot of first-class single and double
handed prevaricators.
Holland Is doing her best to sit tight
and "let George do It," but tho boat
is rocking mighty bad.
The Turk is said to be fortifying.
He could use his time to better ad
vantage by packing his trunk.
Wizard Edison says "future genera
tions will sleep less." And, in all
probability, they will die earlier.
Big ships are mighty nice to look
at, but mighty hard to keep hidden In
case of war it would seem.
The latest bulletin from the Powell-Straub-Clearvvater-Petrograd
conflict
Indicates that the "situation is sciH
jnchai'ged."'
I L
ill
For years it was thought that Japanese Plums could not be grown
profitably in the south, but the new cross-bred Japanese sorts have
changed the fruit-growing possibilities, and now the plum growers of
the Gulf coast are making money.
Grow These for Shipping.
EXCELSIOR, McREA and TERRELL are the forts we recom
mend for planting in commercial orchards. The fruit ship well, is hand
some in appearance, large and of fine flavor. If you plant these three
you are sure of a good market and a good price.
Tatar's Trees Give Results
Compare them with other trees, note the size, the roots, and see
for yourself why Taber's trees are the ones that produce the big crops.
They are true to name, healthy and vigorous.
Our 1915 Catalogue is Ready.
Describes and illustrates Plums, Persimmons, Peaches. Pecans,
Grapes. Roses, Vines and Ornamental. The helpful handbook for the
southern planter. Write for It today.
Glen Saint Mary Nurseries Co.
Kleffer Avenue, Glen Saint Mary, Florida.
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R. F. Papp, merchant
Wiley Pearsons, merchant,
J. M. Milsted, merchant
W. R. Tlsdale, merchant
J. P. Garvin, merchant
John T. Allison, merchant,
Allen Jay, merchant
Kd Burroughs, barber -
Pensapola Sales Co., merchant,
B. C. Jernigan, livery stable, Cess than 10 horses and
more than 5)
Wiley Nobles, merchant
Wilev Nobles, barber. (1 chair)
Brown & Winn, pressing club.
Liberus & Staessions, pool lpom (a tables)
Liberus & Staessions, merchant,
Stamatti Katchekas, merchant
Kemp Sawyer, barber, (1 chair)
King & Bass, merchant tailors
L. W. Nelson, lawyer
Nelson Pope, merchant
V. S. Noa, pressing club,
Antioneio Borza, green grocer,
Alexander Sacco, green grocer,
John Webb, pressing club
C M. Reiilv, merchant
Geo. W. Howe, ship broker. .............
W. K. Gannon, 1 automobile fpr hire, (less than 5 pas
senger capacity)
J. W. Ke-hof lawyer
Emmett Wilson, lawyer,
C. Abt. merchant tailor
Geo. Ptielis. peanut cart,
Nick Pteillis, peanut cart
Manos Logos, peanut cart
Southern States Lumber Co.. lumber exporters
Zimmers Coal Co., dealer in coal
C. Karptln, hat cleaning and blocking
Henry Thobe. merchant
Strauros Kelly, peanut cyrt
Rosnau"s, pressing club,
Chas. T. Cottrell, photographer
C. I,. Shine, lawyer,
Coe's Book Store, merchant
W. K. Pearl, 1 automobile for hire, (less than 5 passen
ger capacity, - '
Pensaoola Auto Supply Co., merchant
Hoomes Novelty Co., merchant
Jos. F. Quina, contracting stevedore,
Wicke Bros., contracting plumbers
Manuel Solomon, merchant tailor
R. P. Reese, lawyer
Mrs. ilaggie Bugas. merchant,
H. L. Simpson, physician
Pensacola Advertising Co., bill posters
Pensacola. Advertising Co., distributor of circulars, pam
phlets and etc j
C. H. Turner Construction Co., contracting plumbers
C. II. Turner Construction Co., building contractors
jV. I... Diamond, pressing club
S. Tabarras, merchant
Pensacola Marble Works, marble yard
K. R. Grant, merchant. ..... I"":
Florida Bankers Syndicate, brokers in stocks and bonds, . .
Young Men's Business League, merchant
Walter Thomas, boot black stand
AV. A. Leonard, merchant,
Alf Boiling, merchant
J. P. Blake, merchant,
Joe. AVeiland. pressing club
Dr C. Rav Mitchell, dentist
John Schanus. selling fresh meat at retail
R. P. Bell, public hack, (less than 5horses)
H. J." Brown, merchant,
Rosa Stokes & Georgia Philips, restaurant, (for lesa than
15 persons)
L. C. Rady, merchant,
K. Ii. Mitchell, junk dealer
Philips & Ernst, turpentine still, not over 20 bbl capacity. .
Philips & Krnest, merchants
R. G. Dunn & Co., mercantile agency,
Will Jackson, restaurant
Brewton & Nobles, public conveyance tor carrying passen
gers and freight,)
F. H. Gray, merchant
B. M. Hadon, lawyer,
Wm. Bird, merchant,
C. M. Hambric. shoe shine stand
J. E. Concannan. Insurance solicitor, (Empire Life)
Wm. Bird, barber, (1 chair) ,
H. G. DeSilva & Co., selling lumber at retail
Henry Bulk?, barber,
C M. May, nittiiiiWi4 u .
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LICENSES.
Chas. seals, merchant v 3.ro
A. G. Allen, traveling minstrel, one performance) 25.00
Joe. Fisher, merchant 3.0
J. H. Skipper, merchant 3.oo
R. E. Hamrlck, Insurance sollctior,
J. S. Walton, merchant 4. so
Lucius Dean, merchant, 3 -10
J. E. Daniels. Insurance solicitor, (Royal Indemnity Co..)..
J. B. Barnes, merchant 3.00
J. B. Barnes, selling fresh meat at retail 5.0
Jas. A. McCloskey, merchant, (lunch stand) 3. on
Steve Geeker, merchant, . . 3. no
Leroy V. Holsbern". lawyer 10. oo
Gonzalez Trading Co.. merchant 3."
Sam Ingraham, merchant 3.00
G. W. Rutherford, merchant 3 Oo
Morrison & Nelll. merchants 3.00
Henrr Kemp, restaurant, (seating capacity more than 15), lo.oo
1. &larvis, restaurant ft.nt
Frank Rogers, merchant 8. flu
Reuben Robinson, bakery, (not steam) 3d)
Tx-e Evans, merchant 3.03
Swift & Co., dealer In fresh meats and paeklmr bouse
products CM
Swift & Co.. wholesale dealers In olemargarlne 20.01
Kandy Kitchen Co., restaurant, (capacity moro than IS) . lo.no
J. W. Hyer, real estate agent, IO.m
H. O. Nelson, merchant 3.00
Jas. W. Chapman, Insurance solicitor, ...................
Mack Reed, restaurant, ................................ S-o
Geo. Pretnells, merchant 3; r
Grand Bowling Alley, one bowling alley io.no
Wm. Nelson, merchant 3"n
J. 1). Ward, merchant 3.00
Dr.J. o. Holly, physician 10.00
G. F. Mills, merchant 3.0
W. E. Marble, green grocer, 8. flu
Al. Bon as. merchant ...... 3.oo
Durham Belln. merchant S.oo
H. W. Tieiers, automobile for hire. 5.'
T. W. Clem, merchant, S.no
J. DiLustro. barber. (4 to 6 chairs) B.f-0
Priscilla Moore, restaurant, 5.00
Sulzberger Sons. Co., of America, wholesale dealer in Pl-
margine S"-0
PnsacoIa Amusement Co.. Theater, SOO.oo
W. G. Norman, merchant 3.wi
J. T. Smith, sowing machine agent 10 x
C. B. Turner & John Burke, merchants, 3.0
John Mizenk.o, merchant, ... 3 oo
Joe Parker, pressing club, S.flo
R. E. Denton, merchant, "oo
I. iuke Flowers, physician. ................. io.fl.1
M. Berger, shooting gallery. 3" .no
Alex Armstrong-, merchant, 3. no
C. D. Walker, green grocer 3 i
T. F. Shaw, restaurant, (serving drinks) 2.n
L. T. Martin, merchant ' . nf
Dixie Shooting Gallery, shooting pa 11 err. lft-rf
R. F. Steedy, merchant :t(i
P. T. English, barber, (1 chair) 1 "
Eliza Wilson, advertising on street with one vehicle 10 i
Osceola Club, selling liquor to members and non resident
guests .. snft.i'i
A. A. Watson, physician 10.' i
Chris Carucan, restaurant, lo'
Chris Carucan. merchant S-fl"
E. M. Pittman, merchant, 3 .no
Consumers Cash Store, merchant 3.00
R. E. Haly. Insurance solicitor.
J. D. McCaa, barber. (2 chalra) 5.M
Dr. Lawrence B. Eltz, physician, 3 0 v
J. A. Wiggins, merchant S O"
Auther Rimasso, merchant 3.00
B. S. Williams, Insurance solicitor, (Jefferson Standard Llfa
Insurance Co..)
W. W. Bryant, bicycle repair shop 2 .""
Mary Jones, merchant, 3. n
W. T. Waters, merchant 3. no
Mrs. A. M. Wiggins, merchant 3 0"
W. A. Hersh, photographer 5 0,1
F. H. Hemming, commission merchant, loon
E. L. Coleman, merchant 3. on
F. E. Wolcott, traveling minstrel, (one performance) ... 25.no
George Polizo, merchant. 3.00
Snowden Bros., merchants 3.nr
A. M. Thompson, bicycle repair shop. 2 :io
W. A. Miller, keeping for hire less than 5 horses, P .00
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Moon, photographer s.nn
J. Ji. Rich nor, merchant, 1.50
George Farrls, merchant, 1"0
Delores Trikardis. merchant, 1.50
Vann & Vann, restaurant, (capacity less than 16) 2...o
Eddie Knight, photographer, 2.50
Max Sorge, bakery, (not steam) l.'.o
Mrs. Sidney Schiffman, merchant
Xeroy James, pressing club, 2.50
George Wynder, merchant. ........ 1.50
Jewell Drug Store, merchant, 1.S0
Sava Stamattl, merchant, 1."0
Carrall Denier, merchant. 1.50
J. M. O'Donovan, restaurant, J.50
Jim Bassas & Co., merchant, 1.B0
J. B. Stanley, green grocer. l.r.o
Emma Mandeville, merchant, . l.i'.O
John Conroy.. merchant. l.f'O
J. W. Bond, restaurant, (seating less than 15) 2.50
W. S. Keyser, & Co., lumber xporters 12.Fi
T-llvia Morgan, merchant. 1.50
Chas. Manuel, merchant. ... I.Sfl
Chas Manuel, restaurant 2. 10
Union Furniture Co., furniture dealer, (capital less than
$25,000) T0n
E. Badgett, public hauling 5 m
Cary While, baggage transfer, (operating 1 wagon) .... r..oo
Jas. Jenkins, baggage transfer, (1 wagon) 5. no
G. D. Adcock. merchant 1.R0
Henry Williams, baggage transfer. (1 wagon) 5.00
W. McCall, baggage transfer. (1 wagon) 5.00
Comer Johnson, baggage transfer, (1 wagon) .l.oo
Fred Huggins, "baggage transfer. (1 wagon) 5. on
Ed Rush, baggage transfer, (1 wagon) 5.00
Chas. Poe, baggage transfer. (1 wagon) . 5.00
S. Antone, la ggage transfer, (1 wagon) 5.00
J. B. Wiggins, merchant l.r.o
MrB. J. B. Wiggins, merchant, i.f.o
Minnie Calhoun, dealer in cigars and tobacco 2.50
Fred Smith, green grocer l.r.o
Thos. W. Harris, baggage transfer, l wagon) , S.i
J. A. Litchfield, merchant 1.50
Ed Malache. baggage transfer, (I wagon) 5.00
Joe Baker, baggage transfer, (t wagOn) 5.0o
M. K. Henderson, merchant, 1.B0
S. W. Coley. merchant l.fto
Spencer Bibb, baggage, transfer, fl wagon) o.OO,
J. James, baggage transfer. (1 wagon) R.Oo
A. M. Douglans. baggage transfer, (1 wagon) 5.00
John War, baggage transfer, (1 wagon) 5.00
Njorman Cryer, pressing club, 2.5k
Eitzen Touaxt Co.. lumber and timber exporters, .... I2.r0
E. E. Pfeiffer, merchant, l..Vi
W. M. Rainey, merchant l.r.n
Palac Pharmacy, merchant 1.50
George Folmer, saw mill, (capacity less than 10m) ...... 5.o
H. E. Jerauld, merchant 1..V7
G. F. & A. R. R.. operating 12 slott machines,, 60.iO
Wm. Coombs, merchant, l.r.o
T. Proctor, merchant, 1 io
John B. Foster, merchant l.r-o
Martin & McNard, restaurant, (seating less than 15) 2.."'i
Mike Kelly, restaurant, (seating less than 15) 2 .f."
Mike Kelly, merchant .......1.. l.so
H. Fitchenberg, moving picture shpw, l0.nn
Pensacola Lumber Co.. lumber and timber exporters, ... 12
J. F. Handrop, gree ngrocer. l.fi
J. R. Coleman, public hauling 2.R0
Viola Henderson, merchant, 1.:,o
Thep. Geeker. merchant, i.i
Pensacola Feed Co.. merchant. ($1,000 to $2,000) J.ss
Chas. Rlgga, merchant, IT"
Ike Johnson, merchant ." lo
John Johnson, barber. (I chair) .tr
I. . K. Jefferson, green grpcer
Escambia Mercantile Co., merchant, a ui
John Smith, merchant ! ."'
S. Powell, merchant i
A. Stormes, merchant 1 '
.1. E. Foley, photographer I :.
J. Anderson, merchant, 1 -
T. G. Filllngln, merchant, 1 S i
Zack Douglass & S. Donaldson, merchants 1.:.
Krel Rhodes, merchant, ................................ l.i.i
Anthonv Presley, merchant, 1.."-'
Chas. Liberia & Co., S pool tables I0nu
Albert Cafey, merchant 1. :-o
It. E. Tucker, one pool table, 32.-
B. E. Tucker, merchant !..''
A. J. Leggett. merchant, 1
Mltchel D. Price, lawyer f..m
M L. Kimberl. merchant 1
W. E. Davis, bakery, (not steam) 1.r
Mr. Cry er.flcaning and blpcklng hats, ................. 2
John Itaucher, automobile 2 "
Chas Tavlor. automobile
C. I. English, automobile for hire, 7
Francis Ctommyns, automobile for hire 2 " 1
M. E. Baoli, merchant 1 r
Columbus Dougherty, pressing club, ,
J. L. Smith, merchant '
J. E. Morris, automobile for hire, (4 passenger) - "
Cleveland Craig, merchant :.;
Joe. Trammell. automobile for- hire, (not over 5 paen-
ger) - '
Willie Wright, merchant, i
B P. Edmundson. merchant, : "''
Miller & White, merchants '
S. S. Goldsmith, merchant
Elliott Gradn. merchant - "
Borras -Auto Supply Co.. merchant !-
Maura Abstract Co., Abstractor of titl
A.ltappoport, merchant 1
C. W. Tomkins, retailor in fresh moats 2
S. A. Taylor, retail dealer in fresii meat -
C. W. Benjamin, Insurance solicitor
Bruce Gardner, green- grocer
Joe. Schlaffino, restaurant, (seating bss than 15)
Nick Calanoe, dealer in cigars and tobacco
Wm. Fisher, real estate agent ' '
J. H. D'Alemberte, real estate agent, ' "'
A. M. Cohen, real estate agent ,
C. E. Wilson, real estate agent
J. N. Day, real estate rental agent, '
O. 1. Oaflin automobile for hire : "
N:c Callans, merchant 1 ''
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