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Moses (I Allen We are trying to save you money and you can do so by trading •with us. We can sell you cheaper than any other house for we buy in car lots from first hands and give you the benefit of our low purchases. We can sell you aOibs Hulled Oats for lino M lb* Itlc* for .1.00 10 lit* Mexican lie ins for .1.00 100 ll*h Hliogu Hour . 1.85 100 Him Kni|)ln> Hour ..l.*o 100 ll>« Columbine Hour . 1.95 IK Urn ( Irnnulutrii sugar 1.00 19 lbs Kxlru < sugar 1.00 « uni nil per gallon .0.1 A rklioklr's cotlei- 25 t X Mcl.nuglillii CO Hoc 25 Mok ask a coffee .25 Mldlund coffee ... *5 2 Dozen Hani'li Kegs ...... 85 11 B »rs W. H. soap 25 0 liars Clarli'U soap . 25 8 liars Town Delight soap ..25 1 Dozen i irunges 25 5 lbs N. V. apples 25 12 lbs Curnuits 1.00 12 lbs ICalslns .1.00 12 lbs \V lilbt l*’lgs l.m lo lbs Turkish prunes 1.00 7 lbs choice Kvaporutcil apples. . .1.00 Sardine*, per can ...... 5 .Mustard Harillncs, per can 10 I'ea, (Inn Powder, per pound. 25 M K Tea, Japan ... ...25 50 05 Tea. oolong, very fuller . .65 Ton, Kngllsli Break lasi, very fancy 05 Ten. Young Hyson . 40 05 creamery llultcr, 1 lb Prints . 35 We have a full line of fish also. Wo carry a full line of Garden, Field and Flower seed ; 111 no Grass, White and Red Clover; Alfafla. WE ARE YOURS VERY TRULY, Moses & Allen 202 Hout!: Union Avenue and Corner of Sixth and Santa Fc Ave. CUT RAILWAY TICKETS. 1 will give you lower Railway or Steam ship rates to any part of the Uni ted States t>r Europe ihan can he had through any one else ia Southern Colo "t 10. Call on or write me for rates and will furnish you with all desired infer- T ation. C. L. TINGLE, Ticket Broker, Pueblo. South Union Ave. near B Street. R. A. CROSSMAN, ATTORNEY-AT—LAW, Criminal Law a Specialty. Prompt Attention Given to Pension Claims Hoom 1 over Postofllcc, I'UKlil.o/ W,h. UitAiiam, Cham. K. Saxton, President. Cashier. WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, Union Ave. and C Street, Pueblo, Colorado Authorized Capital, - - 1250,000. Paid In Capital, ... 50,000. Surplus. 175.0 m. Full Set ol Teeth FOII $5.00 AT DR. STONE'S DENTAL PARLORS, Rooms2ol-6-0-7, Central Block. Bridge and Crown work done. Also all work known to modern dentistry. Prices Hsonable and nil work Warranted. WEST BROS. Buy and Hell Fnrnilure, Carpets Curtains, Glassware Queenswar Tinware, etc. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SECOND HAND GOODS. kOO UNION AVENUE, * - NEAR BRIDGE F. H. STEWART & CO. Manufacturers of and dealers in Buggies and Wagons, Agricultural Implements of All Kinds. Wag on and Buggy Harness. 101-108 B. UNION AVE.. 102-104 VICTORIA AVE.. tbliphone No. las. PUEBLO, COLO CHAS. 0. RICHARDSON, ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR. Engineer of the City of Bessemer Office 214 Central Blk.. Pueblo. unjiyr Hercules ■ Bas and flasolinn POWER 21161,168 - TTur* fewer parts, and are therefore leas likely to get out Bny c * h,r gun or RAiiollne engines now ruWOU***• boru " c ' fe rn wheel, *i*l li MAKES MO SMELL OB DIRT. No doable or felM explosions. bo ftvqosot with ttao uu reliable spark, Tor Simplicity It Boats the World. Xt Oil* Iteelf J ntoMtiiMii^ Me Batterlee or Xleetrie Spark. I*. runt with eCheeper Grade of Gasoline tbea ear oUitr Kuguie. *oa MBCBimra aaovuii *mv to A MY, Bmwmtiihm, lu rfWM.hl.au MM, 1. The Bessemer Indicator. The Indicator. P. BYRNES, Editor and Proprietor. Published Every Kuturduv at Bessemer. Colo. Entered at the Postofflre at Pueblo, Colo., ns second eliiss matter. Price of Hubsckiption. One Year fl 00 Six Mouths 50 lIKaiKTF.n. or you can’t vote. Next Monday is the last day. Tins ia the lust day on which candidates for the various town offices can file acceptance of their nominations. The democratic convention will be held at the city hull at 2 o'clock this afternoon. \V. L. Shockey will he the nominee for mayor. It is now certain that the voters of Bessemer will not depart from their regular custom of swapping candi dates and the weak men will be quiet ly killed off. To register, you must appear be fore the county clerk with two vouchers who are electors living in your ward. Monday next is the last day. Extreme partisanship will kill any political party in the West. It lias done so and will do 90 again. This hint may not be last on the ‘•middle of the road” populist. The republicans in the fourth ward could not have made a better selection for alderman than it. M. Quackenbush. He is one of the hustling young men of the city and the men of his ward did well to recognize him. The republicans hold their con vention to-night. Charles Colvin leads in the mayoralty race while from the complexion of the delegates at this time Chris Funk is the fav orite for treasurer, though the nom inee may be W. 11. Cush or J. T. Glover. It comes with had grace for the National Populist of Denver in its initial number to begin n tirade against T. M. Patterson and the News Had it not been for Mr. Patterson and his able newspaper last fall the people’s party would’nt know that there had been an election. According to the Morning Call the next mayor of La Junta must be “a citizen of property, of dignity, of thought, of energy, of purpose and push.” The political ambition of La Junta's rising young daily is soaring very high and the higher it goes the greater will be the fall. The republican city convention will meet at the city hall at 7:30 o’clock this evening to nominate a candidate for mayor and treasurer. A. C. Colvin, the man who con tested the claim for the same nom ination against W. L. Kees a year ago will in all likelihood be the candidate. Ability, honesty and Independ ence are the qualifications to be sought in choosing men to repre sent the city for the coining term. Does the man you have m mind possess these essentials? If not he honest enough with yourself to study the candidate a little. A little reflection might induce you to vote for a better man. President Cleveland is going to follow the Jackson polio}' of rota tion in office with a vengeance and not content with paying his respects to the opposition will errry the idea into his owu party. This is a new federal deal and characteristic of the man. Mr. Cleveland is always springing something new on the public and his declaration that ex ofllce holders stand a slim chance of reappoiatment is one of his novel ideas and one which ia creating a great stir among his constituents. The new administration promises to be one of surprises. That the present legislature of Colorado is even below the mediocre in point of ability is a fact which is humiliating to the pride of the aver age citizen, and yet it is a fact which it is useless to deny. Thera is no consolation at all in the reflection that no one party is responsible for sending all the peanut-headed states men to the assembly; each party has its quoto, aud while there are a few able and judicious members in tbs legislature, the common herd is very common and in nowise intelligently represent their constituency. BESSEMER, COLORADO, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1893. 11. E. CnunnucK, general manager of the street car company has leased lake Minncqua for the coming season There is always considerable talk about casting politics out of city affairs until the time for action is only n few days of!’ when this handy stock in trade diminishes wonder fully and the man who is in part re sponsible for the manner in which the city is to be governed becomes a strong democratic, a republican or a people’s party man. This is strange, but it is a solemn fact and is to be regretted. The good resolve is broken as easily us a New Year’s pledge. Some lose their little heads in the whirl of excitement and others let prejudice rule, while both luck the courage to be fearlessly inde pendent. Some time or another when Bes semer numbers 19,000 people there will be a good sewerage system to carry offthe disease breeding slum and garbage of the city, there will be sidewulks on the main thorough fares, more trees will be planted at public expense along the streets, there will be a public park, and three or four artesian wells, horses and en gines will be added to the fire de partment, a viaduct will be built across the I). K. & G tracks, the steel works will employ 2,500 men, four story business blocks will loom high in the air, the street cars will come up Santa Fe avenue and ex tend on out to the lake, and the Indicator will be a flourishing daily when Bessemer numbers 10, 000; and the time is not fur dis tuut. The True Patriot. Tiie true patriot is the Mugwump who uses party-spirit if it serves for justice and right, but casts it aside if it is useless for this end, and where he is unable to form a party large enough to win the day for purity and economy, unites himself to that one which here and now is more likely to serve, this purpose, regardless what ticket his grand father or his father or he himself may have cast at other times.—Rev. Edward McSweeney iii The Colorado Catholic. STEEL WORKS SPARKS. The C. F. & I. Co. has mortgaged the stee. works plant for the sura of $(1,000,000 of which $4,800,000 will go to paying off bonded indebtedness and the remaining $1,200,000, or ut least a good portion of it will be spent in making improvements. Of course the rumor that the Union Pacific and the Missouri Pacific will establish locomotive shops here is unfounded, but that important extensions and improvements will be made is beyond question. As it is now much of tiie profits are being put into additions and repairs and the entire works have assumed an uir of substantial business activity. George Colgin, a rail chipper quit work » few days ago and went to Cripple Creek where he claims to have valuable mine Inter ests and will work in gold iustead of steel for a change. The addition to the main labora tory is going up rapidly under the bauds of a dozen brick masons. ’ The pay roll will be SBO,OOO for to day, being nearly $12,000 less than for last month. The cause of this is is tiie repeated breuk-downs in the converter and the damage re sulting to blast furnace No. 3 from an explosion. There were breaks and shut downs all through the mill and the wonder is that more time was not lost. The pay roll is large considering the difficulties under which the mill was run for tiie month. Frank Johnson for some reason threw up his job on tiie cupola a few days ago. Frank is one of the most popular young men in the works and the boys in ids depart ment miss him. J. E. Jones, ex-roll turner will leave for the East In a short time. Manager Howard L. Smith of the steel works branch of the Keeloy Institute is having his office at the rail mill plastered and papered and otherwise put in repairs. Master mechanic J. T. O’Rrien bad plenty of hustling to do tliis month owing to the many breaks in the mill. John Sipple, a switchman, was ter ribly crushed by a dinkey yesterday forenoon. In attempting to make a running and while going back wards his foot caught in a frog throw ing down and was badly crushed and cut by the dinkey. It is feared he can not live. The converter shut down last night for repairs and will not start again be fore Monday. Lots For Sale. Lota 24, 25 and 26 in block 53, diagonally across from Methodist ehuroh, for $2,000. Will take SSOO down and balance to suit buyer. These are all 60 foot lots. H. S. Curium, 106 South Union Ave Opening Week of that GREAT PUEBLO World’s Fair of DRYGOODS, CARPETS and MILLINERY EXHIBIT From almost erl 1 parts of the world. Please don’t until you see this exhibit and get the prices. EAS TER MILLINERY OPEN ING the last of the week. PAUL WILSON DRY GOODS CO Main and Sixth Streets. The Men Who Run For Office. PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET. Mayor, W. S. Williams. Treasurer, Andrew Park. ALDERMEN. Ist Ward Frank Muxheimer 2nd “ James Ferguson. 3rd “ A. H. Baker. 4th “ O. A. Lee DEMOCIIATIC. Mayor to be Treasurer 1 nominated ALDERMEN. Ist Ward Harry Hart. 2nd “ George Jackson. 3rd “ J. E. Miles. 4th “ J. T. West. REPUBLICAN. Mayor I to be j Treasurer i nominated ■ ALDERMEN. Ist Ward .Sol Fisher. 2nd “ David Evans. 3rd “ R. M. Quackenbush. 4th “ J. V. Leithend. W. S. Williams, the Man. W. S Williams Is the man for mayor. One of the oldest residents of Bessemer, though still a young man, bo is universally liked and no one cun say aught against bis in tegrity or his loyalty to the city. He bus friends in every party who can well afford to lay politics aside uud vote for him, a clean, able and conscientious citizen. PEOPLE’S PARTY CONVENTION. It was a foregone conclusion that W. S. Williams would be the choice of the people’s party for mayor. At the city convention Tuesday night he was made the unanimous choice and accepted the nomination in a brief talk. Tiie honors of mayor of Bessemer would rest easy on Mr. Williams, he being one of tiie fore most aud most valued citizens nnd has strong friends in all parties. He will be a hard man to bead off in the race. W. H. Cush, the present city treasurer, was nominated to suc ceed himself. Mr. Cush was elected on the republican ticket a year ago but some thought him a third party man and lie was nominated. Mr Cush, however declined the nom ination, he being a candidate on tiie Republican ticket, and A. Parks was nominated in his stead. Bessemer Building and Loan. The Bessemer Building and Loan association will hold its regular monthly meeting next Monday night, the principal business to come up being the sale of money, $3,000 now being in the treasury. It is understood there will be sev eral applicants which means that several new houses will soon be started. Tkis loan association is a very popular institution, reliable and enterprising and is growing steadly. It offers the best oppor tunity possible to those who con template borrowing money for building purposes. J. G. Knobel, one of Pueblo’s very foremost renl estate mow informs the Indicator that property is moving off in fine shape and that he will close several important deals in a short time. He spends most of his time in Bessemer and declares there is a constant demand for houses which cannot be met r.s there are few vacant buildings to be had. A brisk real estate business always denotes a stir in everything else. Irishmen were feeling patriotic yesterday and wore the beloved green. “Erin go bragh .• STEEL WORKS ADDITION P< >r t lc'! All Houses and Lots in this Addition for sale on Easy Payments. Land under the Bes semer Ditch for Sale or Rent. O. M. LADD, LAND COMMISSIONER. Room 21 , Union Depot. SAVE MONEY! By making your purchases at H. PERLET’S Store. To investigate is to buy. This is fact. Lemons only 25c. and oranges 20c per dozen. H. PERLET, EVANS AND SUMMIT AVENUES, BESSEMER. POSITIVELY We will not be undersold in filling orders for goods. We don’t carry any second class articles but the best of Groceries and Provisions. If you want Shoes give us a call. C. 11. Quackenbush & Son. CHURCH NOTICES. Services of the 1st Baptist church are held every Sabbath in the Odd Fellows Hall. Routt und Summit avenues, at 11 o'clock a. 01. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Rev. A. McNeil, pastor. Special services have been held at the Methodist church the past week, Rev. A. W. Nicholson of La Junta conduct ing the services. Those who have at tended have been greatly profited. Rov. Nicholson will preach at the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening. Everybody should hear him. Services will bo continued on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday night of next week. A cordial invitation is extended to all. In Pullman’s Finest. A trip over the Missouri Pacific rail way from Pueblo to Kansas City, St Louis and all points east can be made in slegant Pullman buffet sleeping cars and free reclining chair cars. For fur ther information nddress William Hogg, agent. Union avenue bridge depot, tele phone 191. Miss Miriam E.Greenbaum of 1015 Routt avenue has opened up a dress making establishment at her home. All work guaranteed. Prices reason able. Second Hand Goods. J. E. Hoyt, of 118 South Union avenue, is offering big bargains in second hand goods. Bessemer peo ple cannot miss it by trading with him A full line of diamond dyes at the Bessemer drug store. Now is the time to place your money in the Pueblo Savings bank. Do not hesitate because of small deposits; your patronage will be duly appreciated. CALL For Republican Primaries and Con vention. The Republican Primaries are hereby call ed lo meet at the respective polling plaoss, hereinafter named. In the four wards of ths City of Bessemer Colorado, on Friday even ing March 17, 1898, at 7.*) o’clock to elect delegates to the City Convention to name a \N »rd Chairman and to nominate one alderman in each ward. Primary polls to be kept open one hour Voting thereat to be confined to the qualified elector* of the various wards as shown by the permanent registry list, and In accord ance with the present ward boundaries. Ihe Republican City Convention will be held at the City Hall In the City of Ileasemer • .dorado on Saturday March 18, 1898, at 7.30 o'clock, p. m. for the purpose of nominat ing one Mayor and one Treasurer to be voted for at the coming City election, to name a central Committee Chairman, and to tran sact such other bnslncse as may properly come before said Convention. The respective Wards will be entitled to the following number of delegates and Primaries will be held as herein provided. FIRST WARD. Polling place—Psrlet's store, cor. Evans and Summit. Delegates 8. SECOND WARD. Polling place—City Hall. Delegates 7. THIRD WARD. Foiling place—Chase’s barn. cor. Spruce street and Northern avenue. Delegates 8. FOURTH WARD. gates» n * plac< ’~ Ho * # House No, |. Dele. H. M. Shoup Chairman. John T. Glover Secretary. At The Grand. MacLnin and Marie Prescott. March 27. Liot. Peary, Artie Explorer, March 28 Turkish Bath, March 29. Sutton’s U. T. C., March 31. Larry, the Lord. April 3. Peter Jackson, April 7-8. Mrs. Florence, April 10. Eflie Ellsler, March 11 12. Hullcn und Hart, April 19. Crust of Society, April 21. Jus. Corbett, April 26. Louis Morrison, May 9. Hungarian Orchestra. May 15. Lottn, May 18. Prodigal Father. May 19. Tuxedo, May 29. Howard's Athenanun, June 7. Joseph Jefferson, June 19. Of Importance to the Traveling Public. Before purchasing your tickets, ea. at the Union Pacific ticket office, Tri angle Block, corner North Unmn ave nut* and First street, Pueblo, Colorado, for authentic information on the subject of rates, routes etc. To all points North. South, East and West, which will be cheerfully given. Making a World Wide Reputation. Chamberlain Medicine C'o., of Des Moinei, is an lowa manufacturing in stitution and one in which the residents of the state look upon it with pride. Chamberlain's 'Jough Remedy has be come hatioual in reputation and is known in nearly every household in the state and throughout the great west. Its merits nre becoming established in all piuts of America. For sale by W. P. Swartz, Druggist. MONEY saved by placing it in the Pueblo Savings Bank. Don't delay but begin an account if you have not alreidy done so. Great Rock Island Route TO THE EAST. BEST DIBINS SIB SERVICE IB TNT WORLD. III.'). 1 OO'J As long u time ns David reigned, so In n g ha* the Chicago, Rock Matul A l’m'lth' I! ail way run trains westward from Chicago. The Hock Island Is foremost in n<l<i|>t inn any advantage ralculated to improve ,1 and give that luxury, safety and comfort that popular patronage demands. Its <-.|tiip tnent I* thoroughly complete with vcstthuled trains. nmgnlllccnt dining ears, sleepers and chairs coaches, all the most elegant, ami oi recently Improved patterns. Faithful and eapalde management and polite, honest service from employes arc important Hems. They are a double dutv~ to the Company ami to travelers—and li is sometime* a task dlfllcult of accomplish ment. Passengers on this line will tlml little cause for complaint on that ground. The Importance of thW l.luo can he better understood If a short lesson In geograph v he , now recited. What lathe great Eastern termini of the i H<*ck Island Konte?—Chicago. What other suh-F.astern termini has It?—lVoria. To what Important points does it run trains to the Northwest?—st. Panlaml Minneapolis, M Innrsotu and Watertown and Sioux Falls,! Dakota. To what Important lowa and Ne braska poltds—Des Moines, Davenport, lowa : Omaha and l.lneoln. Nebraska. Does it touch other Missouri Klver points?—Yes; st. Joseph. Atchison, Leavenworth and Knnsas City. Does It run trains totho Foothill* of the Rocky Mountains?—Yes; to Denver. Colorado Springs and Pueblo, solid vestlbul od from Chicago. Can Important cities of Kansas be reached by the Hock Island Route?—Yes; Its capital city, Topeka'and n full hundred others In all directions In tlie Htate, and It Is the only road running to and Into the new lands opened for settlement in the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Reservation. I It will thus qc seen that n line tapping, as the Rock Island does, such a varied territory, i has much In that regard to eonitnend It to i travelers, ns all connections are sure on the i Rock Islaad, and passengers can rely on a speedy Journey, as over a ladk of the system ! through trains are run, and It has become, and rightly too, the popular Line. A very popular train on the Chicago, Rock aland A Pacific Railway leaves Denver, Pueblo and Colorado Springs, dally. It U called "The World's Fair Special," Is one day out, and passengers arrive at Chicago early the second morning. The Rock Island has become a popular Colorado Line, and the train above referred to Is Vestlbuled, and carries the Rock Island i excellent Pining Car Service. For full particulars as to tickets, maps, ! rates, apply to any coupon ticket office In the.Vnlted, Canada or Mexico, or addreas: _ , JNO. SEBASTIAN, Genl. Tkt. A Pass. Agt., Chicago. lU. B. ST. JOHN, Genl. Manager. Chicago, 111. J. O. KELLtR, AfMit, pKuo, SSSiHi. > SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES Are individual safes constructed or selected drill proor steel j mid designed Tor the sale keeping or Diamonds, Jewelry Ab , streets, Deeds, Insurance policies. Money and Valuables if all kinds. Owing to their superior construction and location in the strong vault of the American National Bank they afford a protection not offered by the ordinary sare. The owner of one or these sales enjoys the privilege or keeping valuables in asure place known only to himself. Any person can rent one of these safes by applying to this department or the— AMERICAN - - NATIONAL - - BANK T .w, LYNCH, CORNER OK EVANS AND SUMMIT AVENUES, BESSEMER. Dealer in Wall Paper Paints, Oil, Glass, Varnish and Brushes PAINTING, Paper Hanging, Kalsominingand Glazing done on Short Notice, All Work Guaranteed. YOU KNOW VICTOR BICYCLES ARE BEST. VICTORS are Guaranteed. VICTORS are taken care of IN PUEBLO by the OVERMAN WHEEL CO. ROBERT GERWING, MANAGER. 312 SANTA FE AVE Before buying a Rueumatu Bi. jcle se that it lias an inner tube, removable through tbe rim. VICTOR Bicveles are buiß that way, and they lead the world. All makes of Bicycles repaired. * HAMILTON, & QO., CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS, Plans and specifications furnished on application and estimates given. Cull at No. »>OO Arroya Avenue, Bessemer. D R Greens p HI , D.F. Urmv, vice pri*. N. d . Hinsdale. oa*h.c*. PUEBLO NATIONAL BANK. P'JEBLO, . . COLORADO. PAID UP CAPITAL, $250,000. FOREION AN D DOMESTIC EXCHANGE HOUOHT AND SOLD. DIRECTORS. Jame. I. fomlmnl. T. t. Slestte. Tims. Thompson. K,«, r U . \\ oudbury. I). K. Vrmy. J. K. Shir, ' John J, Burns, N. D. Hinsdale. J. J. LANGDON. Has Rare Bargains in Houses and Lots m Bessemer. Choice Garden tracts under Ditch, fenced, and cult Rated last year, sold on easiest hind of terms. Abstracts of Title prompty furnished. No 8 East C Street, Back of Western National Bank, Pueblo. HEADLIGHT FEED STORE, WHOLES A I.K AND RETAIL Hay, Grain, Flour and Feed. Headquarters for Natural Ice. E. G. DONLEY, Proprietor. TELEPHONE 185. Between Union and Victoria Avenues. The Perfection Steam Laundry. j Work Called for and Delivered Promptly, DOING THE BEST LAUNDRY WORK IN THE STATE. Goods left ut the Bessemer Fair or Foster's Restaurant receive prompt attention. WORMLEY & MURTHA, Telephone 146 Proprietors. (PAPAIIinO ' leeran BtcsuT quote any prices, but lie permits JIULLI ll 1,0 onc to pive mnre Grocer >es and Provisions for a BIG UOLLAIt than he does.. He is in THE LEAD and intends to stay there Don't a9k questions, but drop in and sec him. You will call again ROUTT AVENUE, NEAR SUMMIT MESA FRUIT STAND ! For Fresh Fruits and Confectioneries of all kinds, Ci gars. Tobaccos, Cider and a variety of goods kept at a Arst-class stand, go to — JOHN H. PLEIS, Corner Union and Abrtendo Avenues, PUEBLO. COLO. GENERAL MERCHANDISE That is what everybody knows our store to be—a great General store where you can get anything in household use in tbe way of Grocer ies, Provisions, Canned goods. Meat and Oysters, and such ar ticles as Hardware, Glassware. Tinware, Chinawarc. Dry goods and Clothing. Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Etc., Etc. We thank you for your custom, and Remain, Respectfully Yours, Hernqari & Slqloss. BESSEMER DRUG STORE. A full line of fresh drugs always on hand. Prescriptions care fully compounded either day or night. Give me a call. 1w - p * SWARTZ, PROPRI STOR FIVE CENTS