Weekly Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1900-1924, March 28, 1902, Page 8, Image 8

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RALElf, OREGO:?. FRIDAY, MARCHUV J-
Tho Way a fling fils
IN MEMORY
OF M'KINLEY
fLAX INDUSTRY
ha a great deal tp do with the tray the
-I '
lady value It.- Now, it's not much of
a lover who does not know the ilxe of
hc-r finger, but uch rase do occur, and
ll you owe jlio StatfiKinan fjflico, and iulehtl
to pay in w(Kxl,.Icasc haul llio CxkI now.
We ncctl it iow. We inay not ncctl it later.
we are willing to exchange the ring If
Secretary of iht National f.Itco
rial Assccldtlsa
Threshing of the Sicck Oought by
ttl2223er Cosse.
it doesn't fit. As good valuta here in
Engagement and Weddings Rings as
you will find in the city. ,
ASKS THAT FENDS. COLLECTED
1 OR THE SAME, RE FORWARDED
TO THE TREASURER OREGON'S
I'ORTIONVTHUS FAR RECEIVED.
IS SOMEAVIIAT SMALL.
IS NOW UNDER WAY AND WILL
SOON RE COMPLETED AN ELKO--TRR
MOTOR IS REINtl INSTAIJ--KJDTO
FURNISH TOWEIt AT THE
MILL.
4 jr
Barr's Jewelry Store
" Leader Jn Low Prire. j
120 State Street. m Salem, Or.
f afremari Pub- Go.
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MARKET QUOTATIONS.
'"Daily Crein Letter . from a Chicago
- v Firm of Broker.
Logan & Rrya ' Chicago grain letter
and latest, market quot.itt&n to Roltnn
-! Ruyter, &. CO.. !of Portland; sent by
telegraplirom' Chicago, at the close ot
; the iiiarki-t yesterday afternoon, iuy:
' Wh-atHAltfMl, . tj higher;.' Pari.
l-4 ' higher; 'Antwerp FA higher. . "Re
ceipt. .?30.oW. against? 74S.O". ' Shlp
nntHi 104,'.o' ngaJnit 31p.itiO. Clear
ance wheat and f.Ur, On the
early tre.ngth. ' In ' torn, wh. at was
rath r firm but selling soon in ,
wulch lurufd lh-i market w.ak. and
carried! pilos'on'i -. ! The ; sellirlg ' wan
general, both Ionic tn!'h6rttwlfv The
continual fiiie weather anJ niore fa
vorable tone to eiip report, together
wlthV -pi: t-xfifn . demand, are ih
rautcv. Price. Cuirnt,!iaya that wheat
avciaK'' fairly gowJ.i promised d'vel
'opirte lit now equal; to lor exceeding eg-pete-allon.
: While, j there ore fi!J cm
p;altttrom the SouthweM, report !n
itut whl 'seem lo lif rather mfr; fa
v j. !);, Keeling m, the' whole i,Vx
U rn!y havy. ' Eirnatfd ear 20. ;
. "rtrhf.iv;rpooi,- higher. Receipts
34!.WO' against 317.K&0 last ywr. Hhlp
m fits ' r:,W ajjnt 27C,(WW.f Clear
ance Wr..: .1 iei' the market wa
strong and advanced harply. but since
tutrod weak in ympa!hy with ih
prfHlof in v. h at. The lare oncfn-
tial"(J lix jil ' buying f Ih't ia.'.i ff-w
dayji .' h'stn hv,m Ibf matter of r-al
llititrt-Ht anl I 'jiiM il xoirir ' civ.' riruf of
ahoi t 4m riy. .' Thri i4 In.- ;hanK -Jn
I h? fia a Jiitu.iti'jg: that owing
to (in.all reclpiM iMkt -iir tint piirnaiy
r -lpt ate f ulljP'euai!. . I'riceit at .in
ter (or. po.rtt- i-if rtittl)'-ly' ttter .than
-hehW'KtiJtr Klutirna .! linr &. .. '
. May..... ...
, July ....
fotu
My.,...
July .....j.
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July
I'ord-i
May .........
July ....
iftl
M'ty .... ....
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STEIN ERS MARKET., I
Chit-Ken to 10 eenta per tunJ.
Ec U cena cah. i
main featurelew. Seeding em to b
prfixreisning -favorably. Estimate!
car lia.i ' l . - i ,
JrovhiIon Market wij active. 5 to
34 higher. The extrema advamce wa
Jn pork ana ?f-nv' t6 be laid to an
oversold condition 'ot 'the market and
the fain covering f.ehort. Thre wa
fair profit tahlng noticeable- at the ad
vanrej Receipt of hog M.im against
.KK last year.. 7 ; ', i;' j
' . , . TIIE MARKETS. ; i
IV)RTI.ANr. Or,., March 27-?Vhsat.
Walla Walla, SCc; Valley, K-n.
Taroma. Marc h 27. Wheat UlueU-m.
ow;. flub, . : ; j
, H;jrt I'rari'.i-i, March
cX4b..il.lO. .. r . li "
!7. Wheat,
ojM-iiinif. 7j1
Jt.74.
March 1 27. Whent,! May,
Flax, $!.; Northwestern
NEW TO-DAY
WANTED. I want to rent a ranrh
p-.tu " f fitrtt. IaW, ' Mm?.
en i r M-i .
Ki '
' 19 7.,
H7
fir, 70
IB i
0J
lift
9 72
9 Hi
2 '
fid .79
JUitJ.'t
9 2
'J JW
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, Oa.1 Market wa.i waK in sympathy
with -weakftttXM in other .gr'aina. litn
Rn. moVtiititnt fuiiT o(-ratlt.n In n !'
ulatve way an- moderate and in the
Flocked, for! t' or .1 year,
aluto what you have. "II,"
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reference.
Statesman
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The Ktatiwman I'ub. Co. haa.on-ha'nd
'-veral hundred c-nplea of the Oly'JtlON
C0NMTITL'TKN; Th. price Is lflf centV
each a long a they last. '
MONEY TO IAN on IMPROVE
fiinn and city jnjperty ut per cent
I-erunnurn: no eommiiiion. ; Pleae
cull or addreHS Eugeiie Ilreymaa. Re
itit ruber the place, 27U Commercial
tttreet, one door norlb ot Htateman
- offlce. : . ; dwtf
BUFOUB. GUTHRIE & CO.
Euyer and hlj'p' r of
GRAIN
. I alr In
Hop Giowars' Supplies
: ' Warchotise nt '
TEUNKIi." MACI.EAY,
I'iutim.' r.i:ioK.-,
Hit AW. I f .KAI.EM.4 "
rtWITZKJtLAN'O. M
M I'll 1 1J. ( F ! I U f A L" At If It.
J. G. GRAHAM,
Manager . 1
207 t ommerclal St., Salem. '
NOW J'a good time to bring In
your machinery and htve your retir
ing all done. .Casting, Irion and- h"OH.
fuinlxhed on hort notice. One (boiler
and i-hore engine complete for sale
cheap.- K. M. KIOHTLINOER.
Phone 2933.' . 208 Liberty St
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ABSTRACTORS OF TITLE.
ESTAnLISilED "iNTkVlii'iio
Ilete wt of abstract books In Marlon
couitjy, Oregon. Concernlnjf lltie.
coiiKttlt u. Stitlem Abstract ad
ImiuI Cx., Saleiu, Oregon. I V . W.
Waters, Secretary and Manager.
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LEGAL NOTICES.
NMTICE OF INTENTION TO WlTII
DIWW INStlltANCE DEPOSIT
Hf TIIK . UNITED ' STATES
.. -.FIRE" INSURANCE , CO. ;
To Whom It Ma Concern;
In acrcordance with the requirement
of the laws f .the ; State of Orngon.
r,' l',itive to inurance cmpaulcH, no
4'ice. I hereby given that the UNITED
STATES FIRE INSURANCE COMPA
NY, of New York, New York, desiring
: cease doing buslnes within; the
State cif Oregoni intend to' withdraw
it deiMtslj with the Treanurcr of jsaid
Kucte ami tvlli. i no claim gilnHt iaid.
Company thall be filed with the liwur
anre Cntnmis's'loncr -within six .'months
r. om th' , 2 J fs t day yf! February, R02.
tl.- Hmt being - the date of the'jdrnl
I itMal Ion of this notice, withdraw it
depctsit froin the State; Treadier. ,
UNITED STATES FIRE 'N8UR
A N K 'OH PA N V," ;.
H W. W. UNDERIIILL.
1 ' : ,' president. 1
D.iteTat New York, thl 7th daj of
February, 1U0J. : 2:21-6 mo.
Oor. T. T.'Geer yesterday" received a
letter from RyVrskm Ritchie Secretary
of the McKInley National Memorial As
sociation, nsklng that the payments on
account of the memorial monument be
forwarded. :. He says: y
. 1 would BUgtrert that It b? an
nounced through 4he lepers that all
funds now In the hands of banks nnd
Other people in Oregon contriljuted to.
the McKlhley Memorial should be sentj
to tb jNatlonal Treasurer, Myron T.
Herrick from whoee office, as soon a
the name eon be - rrnngecj and tnc
ouveh!r proreiIjr fllier out, .will be
erit the souvenir receipts. In air cases
names of the contributors should b
f 6t wu nlerj with the collect Sons. It: will.
!e our pleasure to retorl to you from
time t tim thr amourtOf the ub-
acrlptions We have received, frotin the
state of Oregon. So far the National
resiKurer hi receive! directly from
that Ktrite. fise.-
NOTES FOM SHAW.
FOREHAND SIADIJ haruess, tlw
lKit oi t.lw Saleta market, go to F.'i K
SIIAFER, Conimerclal street, aotrth of
Ruwh's Rank. - Also a full line of sad
dles, whips, irolx-s aud all ncljtistUK'tirs
for the horse to selet't-' from. Otir
pik-e and;our qtialfties are tin Rents
th.it brlngHit our evcc-incrcitslng trade
Wlwn In Salciu doti'l forget to tall
a till see it.
Movements of tha People. lr That Town
Epworth Leagus Delegates. -
SHAW. Or., March 27. R-V. W. S.
Gordon, of Turner, was up last Thurs
day and -Frldwy, making calls... .
IiiKt Friday evening tii. Epworth
fcfigii. hel l jits iusfiiifs ifie-tin and
elctel ort'tcets. . '.'..-. -r
- VV. H. H. IAtby, of Salem, went home
riaturckty morning, ' after a few clays
at his farm rv r here.
Mrs. Aljion1 IJunu and buby
frcm Plain view Thursday to spend a
few -weeks with br iKiren-twi Mr. wnd
Mrs. J. I.. Nojyes. Mrh. C. .Chaffee ac
coiiipuiiled her. 1.
S. Kpencer wa a Sab tn visitor last
Wednesday; ulo O. V. Chiipln.and F.
Amort. . . r .
The ' E. L. delegates who are to go
to the convention at" 'F6r'e;t Grcne.
April 4th, 6th and ftth, ire: t'Hrroil
Cijniming, Mrs. L. Townsend and Mrs.
O. '. Le-wis.
Mr. and Mrs. O. .K. Lewis were Sa
lem viMituf Monday.
Mrs. J. C Hurd and John Ulrleh at
tended Miss Haheriy's funeral at the
Reform School Sunday.
Mrs, Peter Mciillray is very sick.
Dr. J. W. Uinsom Is attending h?r.
F. T I'ound, of Auinsville, was up
on huslness Welnesday?
Harry Ferris returned home Mon
day from Portia nd where he has Imm-M
taking medical treatment for the pat
two weeks. ., i ,
The work in the new flax Industry
Is progressing as rapidly as wuM bejj
expecteil under the complication or.
circumstances which confront Mr.
Eugene Bosse who lis engineering the
projn t In the Ineret of the company
which he "represents. He purchased
about flfty ton of flax from the Ore
gon Woman'! Flax-Fiber AK:taiion !
which Is in a latg stack on the statej
land,! about one-quaKer of a mile.eusjq
or the. Penitentiary, a portion of which'
has been , threhed.'sonW unthreshed
and n jtortion iKirtially retedall In
one stack, and Mr. lto with a small
force- of help is at present .engaged- In
sorting this flax, which isa, very tedi
ous task, as It is all tied, In bundles of
shout Coo to the ton, and it will require
several weeks to acompltstt.v An eight
horse power eietrlc rnotor ha been in-
stalbTd In Uie ofel fiourlng. mill on North
Front sr-et,iA hit h will furnish , Mr.
fjosse withwhat 1 power he will rcfjulre
unill thewater power can be supplied
and which. he will utilize for threshing
wfiiW flax hfe has on ha ltd, Tliere are
two fid rt-t ting tanks, oJho purchased
from j the VV Oman's Ashmc la.t!oitr. lo
cat.d where the stuck." of, llax is and
these will be repaired and usd i for
what retting purposes Mr-. Ikse. will
reciuJre until the new crop comes on.
: Mr, EoHwe has I' used 2?0 Hcrcs of
land In the ntsjr vicinity of Halein
catefully- sehrctad by Mr. I -.:.-.., owing
t 1i,h aduptability to flux culture and
which 1 now being plowed uud put
into proper tondition for, planting. Mr.
Eoasa laS on hand over 300 bushels of
sceI, the greater portion of which was
i
Atord News:!, ' Mr. S., 8, Jons. a
native , Wehfoot, representing the
wholesale manufacturers of confection
cry In San Francisco, Adolph Hro-rniidf-r
C'ompony, I In the c-tty. 1 He I
a Marlon county boy. : Jfe aw some
Imrnlgrfints in rorliand and aked
them where theywere going. They
said they would look around Portland
a fev. days and then go over to Puget
sound. Mr. Jones nays there Was no
lltriture for - Forth) nd or "Orejcon qn
the trains, white thy are flooded with
pamphlets- bragging on Seattle and
Puget sound. j-
DEEDS JIECORxIeD.
Four real estate transfers we-re filed
with the county-recorder yesterday,
the consideration of which aggregated
$27'; two mortgages of real estate' for
$700 and $L'r0. and ore chattel mortgage
for $40 were also filed. The deeds fol
low: t " .
P. H. Johnson and wife to Frank
i Stokes, Jots No. 25 and 26. in
Woodhurn Fruit Farms, IS
acre:, w. d... $100
ri. M. - .Partlah anI wife to P II.
Johnon." lots -No. 25 andl'6. of ,
Woodhurn Fruit Farms18. acres
w. d. ..... 1250
G. V. AWrnethy to Mettle K. Kid
retire. acres -In t 3 and 4 s.
t 2 wW w. .... : 1
James E. Eldrlclge and wife to O.
V. Abernethy, 31S4 acres in t 3
and 4 , ? Z w , w. d..,". 1
'. j ImtiiftMl fnun T,.tioe rtriil (ha
oatanc-e tie purcn-aseei rrom tne icio
mill. Ife expect to be able to begin
sowing the latter part of next week
and finish by the ilrst of May; be is
much pleased over the land he has
procured and say that if he does not
reallsw- a first class crop of flax this
scason he will be very much disap
polnted. Mr. Hoe said that ln Wisconsin,
t pon one acre ef ground from which a
crop of emt had been harvested, - he
raised flax that yielded 920 pounds of
fibre and the flux was not sown until
April 20th. The conditions are equally
If not more favorable here than there
sn-l he; feel confident that asgood re
sults will be realized here, as ih? til-;
imate being niuch warmer ami s thf
r.t umiii earner, ih neiuer :iwiHra lo nass
culture than Wisconsin, and all of the
ground which he has leased i either
la clover or pasture nn has hal froni
on? to threes year rest and is clean
Snd in first ckiss condition and the
prowpeet are very flattering.
As was said before, a sample of the
Oregon fibre sent to lielgium and
parsed upon by experts was pr-
roanw! equal Im quality ten that of liel
gium, where th best fibre on earth M
proeluc ed. Mr. Roxse Is Batintied that
the 'pnoduiit of thf- Oregon sll a ncl cli
mate will compete with any In the
world and thinks that there is. a great
future in store for Salem as regard?
thi fiax induwtry. The nw and latest
improved machinery which has teen
ordere'd f remr Iteigiuro I n:w belnR
manufactured and will arrive here l
due time to be installed for' the hew
crop, it h.ihg Mr. lSoe's intention to
make th old machinery purcluised
frctn the Whnns Aociatlon answer
the ituriKse In threshing and scutch
ing the llax now on hanL , ,
r f 'r,- rv;:"- r-'-:r'c
DOWN THE GREAT LAKES
In the. old days tbie trip op and dovn the great Lake wa the
favorite Hip of travelkra there Were no tourists then. iThe boats
then used dkl not compare with those on the lakes.: and the trip re
uiaini the finest one In the world of Its sort.
The Northern Pacific, via Dulutle. ejonnect. with the Lake?
SU-auiers. snu a trip oft the -NORTH COAKT LIMITED In Serv-
Ice itf-ahi May rdb-and these steamers, to the ln-American Kipol-
tlon at Uuffalo, will be something to recount to your children's t-hll
: - .. . . . .
dren;
8.
Send six cents for
FEE, SL Paul. MI nil
Any local agent will qaote ra
... . ..mi.
rWooderland 11)01," ready- Maj 1st. to CUAS. U
L
fit tv:-wf. t.v nii
THK flCMCOr THAT CURES SSS MCVtHTS. tNI
EPIDEMIC now RAGING among
Jrtjrc, Cough c,r
" wa 4Jfieaif.tr. 1 rrMMna Ucii 1'oveUe.r.
I. - : -.. cuaco 3 Hoascs. -,v
In tint tin Im ref4 U Siinwei eC bear-, 14 .f ,ll.eniia,r muit rf i hnink
". . liHT HHIki kl, ,tt,,. v.
. hnu oxer Nwiut Mae Oe., t. Seen. Mm.
THE
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The III Wind
ihat blows nolody gesxi is bent on er
rand of mijw-hlef In tU fall anwln
ter. It rcluce that most dangerui
of common ccunplaints a bad cold. Y4r
cold will not become bronchitis nor
conKtimptlon If you make timely ue of
Allen' I.u.'iK Itttltam. Take It fre
eiuently until the cUfrh ami the, siom
v.
"NORTH COAST LIMITED
ft
v iii n'sumtKscrvice danuary ;y,, iw. i ne irnin win
Is? even ts'ttT tliahk it wris in 19)1. Jt.will ls a (wmipletc
heiiae on wlie-ls. Panwr, Dining Jtistin, Sle'iiing, Kchhii, Li-'
trar'r Smoking bloom, anil Haiti lis)m thoy wil alt Iw
tJifrT and nil iJitctl by t-Wtricily ami IwAlvd hy sttarn. .
First and sepmd class nVkelg Imlh pHsl n this train.
IV lliis CIJACK TKALV of e -XOUTI t,VKST on your
Vmerican I'3xMsHif)tit JJufTalo, NVw York.
r ly vay of St. I'linI ant Chicaifo, or j)u-
-- - . . : . . ,
way to 1h Ian-
You can jjo t'itlu
I nth and the On-tit Lakes.
Incjuire of iny XOUTIIKUM rAcHl'IC A-itl m lo
further prtrticularg. or write to
A. D. CHARLTON
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d Ik! Ion
Total,
.$2752
HORSE TRAINER S DEATH.
DENVER, Colo., Mar. 27. Johnnie
Rlue, the wll-kmwn.-
died this afternon of
He teuves a siMer, Mr. Ada Hearst, of
Idaho Fails, Idaho.
FAME'S PATHWAY.
David It. Hill ha a the ohfy a lorn
merit on the wall of his. law office iat
Albany pictures of tleorg? Washington
an. 1 Abraham Lincoln.
Mil. Laurb Rienso, ' the Rrnxlllan
helre, hi crested a finatlon; in
I'a-ris by -driving a pair of bullock.
tandrm fashion, through then streets.
Mr. Moo ly, the nw Secretary nt the
navy, 1 a-eonnoisweur of r.pw books,
h is ' -ol lec t Ion s of work s on
on of the best In the country
ciuC "11 jAr? ! Hi uun ne
iooX wtorcs hi nt often picks
overlooktd
ped -up feeling in, the chest are on4,hchVnave Wn
. 'l- . c .. .t .t " ... Ml . .t.i,..lu ..- A
v omaiii.t uuum aiei urn inn umiui u i po,l Ite'er. -i
Count n Talleyrand-Perigord, head
at -the German branch of thkt family.
Is president of the motor' boh t exhUil-
tion projocted for June in Ite
horse tralner,the patronage of Emperor William. He
heart faliur". i -nllng' lnvitatlon "to all the prih-
clpat launch buHders, nmklriir them to
prtlcipate la the txhlbitlon.
Agg't Gen'l Paaienef Ar nt, J ciUanti
bw. being
He fre-
.ond-haml
up prize
by other
Hin under
JLoaris.,
At CURRENT RATE.
INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE - '
. B020RTH DRO
: J92-Commerclnl Street K.ilem. i"ri
Money to Loan
1 On Improved farm and city property,
at lowet rates. ' '.J'-;
' THOMAS JC. FORD.
Over Ladd Sl Ruah's Rank.
Salem. Oregon.. ,- ";
!-: ' : DICfTItt T'VE RLAZE. ' ' ::,::. -SC
ANTON, Pa, Mar. 27 -Mre In
Pwkvlllet!, mil from iieiV, eb
stroye l f 1 1 -j hiVildfug. ' Th ! i
$180,000. '. ".',
Legs! .Illanks Stalesmsn JolV.-Oftl'
j-': . ' -fi- - " ' -, !", .
, Ytu rrc them every wlitrc, The critical rider,
- tins customer who -has kept ;hi4 evt s and care
: open fr a fcir years, who ha noticed the fact
ttiat l'rihtine bicycles aro a larcty about the rt
rpair FHops, thco rtners buy Tribunes and stay
fwith thrtti !',:.-i- . -T ;- :.
TIJIBUNK IlEAIUXCJS ilcvcr wear out.
The inot perfect'shapo of bcariui; in the wotld
! TtttBUNK CRANKS have n world-wiMe
refutation. Vro hnven't bad a broken crank on
a later rnodcl tliati tho f0. Thafs a gcod-record.
- TRIiHiNE r OilK BROWNS. , There's never Ix-eh a biokcn Win the
, history of the factory. They are solid dropW- rged tteel, and will carry anv
weight. : ?. " .' :. , . ', '". ". ; ' '. r - -! . ''.'' . - "
Mi,. .J,Ji.J u ,, in .r . ,,. i .in .. . . i ni.tffT,.i, j... ii t mm urn iml sm.i-t
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TRIBUTE C YOLO 1 1) A 1 S I'ROC K 17TS are tho ntily perfect tvpe of
ihain drivinc mechanim.' Cut with a curve in the face of tho tonlh which
.fit.4-tho thin b?ock, preventing that annoying snapping and grinding com
inoii on lyMjf ly Airtncd f.procket. 1 .
- '...- i . ' - -. ':
Tribune Model CO, 1001 - 35.00
Ladies' and Gent's r
Tribune 3Iodel 5G. qhainless - 50.00
Latest1 11102, Chain - i 4Q,00
Cushion Frames - 40 and 50.00
Coaster ibmkei', all modeis, $5 extra
OTHER WHEELS $2) Ul.
Tribune wheels are favoriUs will
lady riders on account of their rasy
runiiing ijualiliis,, Nothing wears it woman out more than to ride a heavy
running wneei. t ' -
l OurLVDIES' SNELL WHEEL ht $25 U the haiidomel wheel
ever put out, having the graceful looji flame similar to our Tribune.
SUNDRIES OE ALL SOTS. Tires from $. a pair up. Single tube thorn tires at $3 and $10 a pair. Bells, putnpa, lamps, cemciits, etc., etc. I
IMPLEMENT HOUSE, '
Farm Machinery. Bicycles, Sewing Machines, Etc., Etc.
255257 Liberty Street', Salem.
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