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The holidays will soon be
here. The time of happiness
nnd cheer. Your friends will
bo expecting you to come
home. So will mother, futher,
sistec or brother.
Low Holiday Fares
Are avnllnWo for the holidays.
On snle between all Southern
Pacific stations in Oregon,
Deo. 17, IS, 82, 23, 24, 25, 31
nna .tan. 1. Return limit Jan.
4. From Oregon to California
points on sale Dec. 23, 24,
25, HO, .11, Jan. 1st. Kcturn
limit Jan. 3rd.
Ask the local agent for faxes, train Mir.ee
and other Information, or write
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon
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Untouched by Lands
AVERAGE SALARY OF
IS $24.12 A WEEK
Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 11. Tho aver
age wage of Methodist Episcopal
prenchers in Ohio is $24.12 a week and
what is true of Ohio is truo of most
other states, according to a report sub
mitted today to the commission on
1 t. a lie !
I Fred C. Croxton, chief statistician of
j tho week end in Albany,
ed the report, not in his official capac
I ity, but ns superintendent of r. Colum
bus Sunday school.
Among other facts brought out by
the report regarding tho pay of Metho
dist Episcopal ministers in Ohio were
One-third of them receive only $18
Only nine per cent get $10 a week.
In nil the state only 35 men get more
than $2,000 a venr.
Salem Readers Are Learning the Way.
It's the little kidney ills
The lame, weak or aching back
The unnoticed urinary disorders
That may lend to dropsy and Bright 's
When tho kidneys are weak,
Help them with Doan's Kidney Pills,
A remedy especially for weak kid
neys. Bonn's have been used in kidney
troubles for 50 years.
Endorsed by40,000 people endorsed
Proof in a Salem citizen's statement.
Joseph Wint, 608 High St., Salem,
says: "My kidneys were disordered
and my back seemed to have lost its
strength. Doan's Kidney Pills soon
fj-ted me up all right. I know that
Doan's Kidney Pills are a fine kidney
medicine and I willingly recommend
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply nsk for a kidney remedv get
Doan's Kidney Pills tho same" that
Mr. Wint had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
SAN FRANCISCO WANTS IT
Washington, Dec. 11. San Francisco
boosters for tho republican national
convention city selection are expected
here tomorrow or Monday with $100,
000 guarantee, an offer of plenty of
convention space, aud plenty of say
about the beauties of the California
Most of the republican presidential
nspirnntnnre already here for the com
mittee session starting Tuesday. Chair
man Hilles and "Boas" Barnes of New
York, will arrive tomorrow.
THE MACHINE COLLAPSED.
Lyons, Fiance, Dec. 1.1. Lieutenant
f'nudron, his brother nnd anipehanieinii
were killed when their new machine,
designed to carry several passengers
collopsed today nt a great height.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, UKtiGON,
Blooded Caltle Sold
At Livestock Show
, at Union Stock Yards
Portland, Or., Dec. 11. Twenty head
of blooded Holstein cattle were sold
on the block at Union Stockyards Fri
day morning for $5005, an average of
The occasion was the third annual
sale of Pacific International Holsteins,
held in conjunction with the livestock
exposition. Nearly 100 handsome ani
mals, all breeding stock, are to be sold
The sale was the liveliest of the
week, the ringside being packed with
Hojstein fanciers .from all parts of
xno nortnwest anil threo skilled auc
tioneers exerting their talents to get
Colonel Georgo A. Cue of North
Yakima handled the hammer, assisted
by L. H. Linbnrgr of Santa Barbara,
Cul., on one side of the ring, and J.
W. Hughes of Forest Grove on the
Heifer Brings $500.
The big sale of tho morning was the
disposal of a 2-year-old heifer belong
ing to E. B. Marks of North Yakima,
for $500. By sheer force of salesman
ship Guc boosted the price up to $500
for the last sale before the noon re
cvss. Prices Are Advanced.
The heifer, which is declared to be
one of the finest of her breed at the
show, was purchased by the St. Ben
edict Abbey at Mount Angel.
When the bidding got to tho $400
mark, Gue and his assistants obtained
advances $5 at a time up to $500. The
opposing bidders were on opposite sides
of the rings, and so exciting did tho
contest become that spectators began
rooting for their sides as at a football
"God bless your generouB heart,"
Gue would yell as ho obtained $5 more.
"You are not going to lose that
splendid heifer for $5," an assistant
would exhort one bidder, and so it was
up to $500.
Friday afternoon, Golden Goods,
Jr., a three-year-old bull, brought tho
record price of tne alternoon, $12.00.'
Ho was purchased by tho Ormondale :
Farms of Redwood, California, from
Finnic Brown, a well known Shorthorn I
urcecier or v anion, wregon. uoiuen
liooils, Jr., is a sou or uolilcn Goods,
ami was senior champion bull nt tho
Oregon state fair this year, lie took
pirst place in his class at tao show
The best price for n cow was $725
paid for Kosclawn Mnid 84th, by O.
K. Hughes of Victoria, H. C. Sue was
purchased from tho T. B. Gibson estate
of Woodland, California, and is rated
as a junior yearling heifer. She is a
daughter of t lie celebrated bull, Ring
Walter J. Hill, son of James J. Hill,
sold one of his bulls at auction athouith
it. was not isted tor sale. It was pur
chased by W. O. Minor of Heppncr, for
Cr. R. Huires. of Victoria, who nur-
ehascd 10 head, anil tho Portlaud
Union Stock lards company with 11,
were the largest buyers.
Yuan Agrees to Take
Throne In One Year;
What Will Japan Do?
Peking, Dec. El Yuan Shi Kai. ureal-
dent, has agreed to become tho emper
or of China. He announced his accept
ance to tho council of state. His corona
tion will be postponed for norhnns a
year and in tho meantime he will con
tinue as president of the republic, with
virtual imperial powers.
With the announcement that Yuan
Shi Kai had accepted tho change
came the gravest fears tonight of
trouble with Japan. It is feared that
while the powers which might check
Japan's ambitions 'are engaged ns they
now are tho Nipponese will begin an
aggressive campaign to dominate
Japan May Interfere.
The fact that tho mikado's govern
ment protested a month ago against
the suggestion that China be chunged
from a republic to a monarchy is
looked upon ns one indication that she
will interfere. Many statesmen believe
Japan well knew nt that timo nn em
pire was inevitable and mado its pro
test with the idea of having an excuse
for a subsequent interference with
Chinese nffuirs. Tho now emperor
has taken cognizance of this situation
in announcing he will not be crowned
for a year. In announcing his nc
ceptace it is thought ho has created the
impression in the minds of most Chinese
that he has taken on regal authority.
Could Not Compel
Son to Join Navy
Milwaukee, Wis., Dee. 13. Ts there n
law in this land of the free that will
permit aworn-out father to force his
minor sou into the United State Ma
rine Corps against that son's willt
Otis Tinsdnle, of Packwaukeo, says
there is, and Sergeant Ansell M. Stowo,
in charge of the locul United States Ma
rine corps recruiting station is equally
positive that there is nothing on the
statute books covering a case of that
, Tinsdnle literally dragged his 10-yenr-old
son to the Milwaukee recruiting
station and demanded thnt the boy be
enlisted. But the young Tinsdnlo tear
fully protested at what he seemed to
think was a "high-handed outrage"
and in Srgeant Stowe he found a sym
"I can't enlist the boy unless he' Is
willing to join," Stowe told the fath
or. "What's the boy got to do wllh it
anyway f I'm his father nnd if I say
he's got to enlist you've got to take
him and that's all there is of it. He's
a worthless hound on the farm and I
want you to take him and make a man
of him," the elder Tinsdnle hotly re
plied. But Sergeant Stowe refused to enlist
the boy, and Otis Tinsdnle left the re
cruiting office, vowing to return when
he had consulted his nttorney.
Tou get a paper full of read-
lng, no contest dope.
Polk County Exhibitors
Carry Off Many Awards
(Polk County 'Observer.)
Perhaps .because other breeders of
Ayresbire cattle in Oregon realized
they were Up against an unbeatable
combination, Walter J. Domes of Mc
Coy was the sole exhibitor of this
breed at the Northwest Livestock
show held at Portland this week. Be
ing the only exhibitor, Mr. Domes was
of course, tho only prize winner and
his collection of premiums from all
parts of the country and all kinds of
shows was increased this week witj
ine audition or tnirty-one prizes and
premiums. The livestock show, which
is an annual event conducted by the
cattle and stockyards interests of the
metropolis, was of greater importance
this year than it hns even been, from
the fact that animals come from a
wider territory, that there were more
animals exhibited and geiiernlly more
interest displayed by all. concrned.
Some of tho animals shown were de
clared superior to any ever before dis
played in Oregon, and the breeders
who exhibited, especially those from
Polk county, who took the lion's share
of prize money, are very well pleased
with the exhibition. The breeders who
took their animals to Portland were
tho center of a number of social events
ami the program planned for their
pleasure was a continual round of
merriment. Meetings of tho various
iivesiocK association were participated
in by the Polk county delegation and
its members were also interested at
tendants at the many banquets and
dinners that were hold during the
week. Cash prizes aggregating $15,-
000 werA riintrihiiti.1 n'Ari,, AnflA
, , v.w...e tome,
sheep and hogs.
Among the Polk county prize win
ners, and the premiums they receiver!.
are: Walter J. Domes' Mcf'nv Av.
shires: Bulls one, two, and three
years old. first nrixn ;., mi. ,.i...
senior bull calf, first nnd Bceond; jun-
ui uiiu i-air, nrsi anu second; cow
four years old. t'irurr nur !. ,..
old, first and Beeomt; heifer; two1
years old, first; senior yearling heifer,
first; junior yearling heifer, first and
second; senior heifer calf, first and
ocvuiiiij junior neirer cair, first and
second. Among Ayreshires Triune,
winch took first for bulls, one year
old, took the ribbon for junior and
grand champion, nnd Prince of M. B
best three-vear-nlil hull ..., ,i.i..'
ed senior champion bull. Alloka,' best
lour-year-old cow, was declared seni
or champion cow, and Princess Happy,
first junior heifer calf, was declarc'd
grand champion heifer. In the Ayro
. shire herd- division, Walter Domes
aain took all prizes, getting first and
third for aged herd; first for young
herd, first for salf herd, first and
third for groups of two animals, first
and second for four animals, tho got
ot one sire.
In the Jersey classes TTndulappa
Inncc, owned by C. P. Kmbiee of
Monmouth, took second
year-old bull division. Mr. Embrec's1
.vu.-m-nu s inoiuo uiike, took second
lllOneV in the nnn.tfnn,.nll U..H
; ',7'". "ivi unit mviH-
lon, and his Roxey's Rochette Noble
took fourth in the samo division. In
senior bull calf division Mr. Kmbree's
fat"o took fourth and fifth prizes,
and fifth place among Jersey cows
lour yenrs old or 0r?' Other prizes
awarded Mr. Embrco's Jorseys wore
eltifer, 2 venrs old and under 3, first;
senior yearling heifer, first and sec
ond: lllninr venrlimr l1nirnn l.;-.i.
senior honor calf, fifth; junior heifer
"lf, third; herd prizes,, three seconds.
iolk county hogs, if any were ex
hibited, did not figure in the prize
money. Neither did Polk county
Shorthorn, Hereford of Guernsey cat
In the sheep pens were a number
of wooled creatures from Polk coun
ty ranches, and since it' seems impos
sible for tho county of the county's
representatives to get awav without
a trunk load of prizes tho sheep men
had to do their share. In the Cots
wold class prizes wero awarded as
follows: Ram, 2 years old or over
first, ). A. O. 184, Wm. Riddeil Ic
Sons, Monmouth; third, Baron Duke
HHth, . A. Foster, Rieltronll. Ram,
year old and under 2 First, Hnron
Duke p. A. Koscr; third, Baron
Duke 127, F. A. Koser; fifth, Riddel! 's
1K.)H, William Riddel! and Sons.
Rum lamb, under ono year Second
Huron Duke 140, F. A. Koscr; third,
Huron Duke 14.1, F. A. Koser; fourt.i
Itiddcll 1HIH, William Biddell & Hons;
fifth, Riddeil 's 1317, William Hiddell.
fcwe, 2 yenrs oh! or over First. Duch
ess 100, F. A. Koser; third, Hiddell
liA' iV1,lllu" Ki'Wt'H; fifth, Duchess
llth, I. A. Koser. Kwo, 1 year ant
under 2 First, Duchess 1211, F. A.
Koser; third, Riddeil 's 1S5H, William
Hiddell; fifth, Hiddell 's 181), ,WilIiain
"iddull. Kwo lamb under 1 yeur
Second, Duchess 151, F. A. Koser; third
Duchess 148, F. A. Koser; fifth, Hid
lell's i:tl5, William Riddeil.
t THE MARKETS ;
The mnrket is stagnant, with no
chnnges todny from those of Inst week.
It is any man's guess as to wheat quo
tations within tho next month, as even
tho millers who have been in touch with
the wheat murkot hero for 20 years
hardly have an opinion on the mnr
ket. Several grocers expressed the opinion
today that beforo the ond of the week
country butter would bo selling for 25
cents and eggs several cents lower, as
the pullets aro now bringing up the to
tal out-put of tho egg market, nnd an
over supply of storage eggs still on
No changes aro noted In grains and
mill feed stuffs.
Hay, timothy, per ton $14.00
Oats, vetch. (10.00
Boiled barley $32.00
Cracked corn ,. $41.50
Shorts, per ton $27.00
Creamery butter, per pound ...... 35c
Country butter 30o
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, candled, No. 1, sash 38c
MONDAY. DEC. 13, 1915.
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Eggs, case count, cash 3638c
Eggs, trade 3739c
Eggs, storage 28c
Hons, pound 10llc
Roosters, old, per pound 7c
Spring chickens, pound 10llc
Turkeys, live 1510c
Turkeys, dressed 1810c
Pork, Veal and Mutton.
Vonl, dressod 7(5)8c
Pork, dressed 7 l-2c
Pork, on foot 5 I-4e
Spring lambs 6 l-2o '
Steers S5 l-2c
Wethers 44 l-2c:g
Tomatoes, California ...... $1.251.50
String garlic 15c
Potatoes, ewt 7, 75c
Brussels sprouts 10c
Sweet potatoes $2.75
California head lettuce, case $2.753.00
Green beans r 12 l-2c
Oranges; Valencia '. . . $5.00
Oranges, Navels $3.754.25
Japanese oranges $1.75
Lemons, per box $4.254.75
Bananas, pound 6 l-4o
California grape fruit .... $5.008.0(1
Dates, dromedary, case v $3.35
Fard dates $1.60
Grapes, barrels $5.00
Pineapples 7 l-2c
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch . ,4045c
Eggs, storage. 30c
Sugar, cane $7.15
Sugnr, D. G. $6.95
Creamery butter 40c
Flour, hard wheat $1.502.40
Flour, valley $1.20l.rf
Portland, Or., Dec. 13 Wheat Club
Oats No. 1 White Feed' $24(a24.50.
Barley, feed $2(i28; -.rowing $M(n
Hogs, best live $5.90(n$6.
Prime steers $(i.907.50.
Fancy cows $55.tfb.
Spring lambs $7(H)7.50.
Butter ity Creamery 32c.
E"'rs Selected Local Ex. 42c.
Hens -ifa 11c.
You can make money by
reading the Journal New Today .
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DR. O. L. SCOTT Gradunte of Chiro
practic's Fountain Head, Davenport,
Iowa. If you have triod everything
and have got no relief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustments and get well.
Office 406-7-8 U. 8. NationalBank
Building. Phone Main 87. Residence
CONSULT DR. MAY, experienced and
successful Chiropractor, for acute and
chronic disorders. Has practiced six
years in Oregon. Free consultation.
Hours, 9 to 12, 1 to 0. 305-0-7 Hub
bard Bldg. Lady attendant. Phone,
office 572; residence, 982-R.
DR. O. A. OLSON, DENTIST
Administers Nitrous ud and Oxygen
Boom 214. Phone 440.
Masonie Temple. Salom, Ore.
C O. U. W Protection Lodgo No. 2.
Meets every Mondny evening nt 8
in the McCornack hall, corner Court
and Liberty strectB. A. E. Aufranco,
M. W.; 8. A. McFaddon, recorder;
A L. Brown, F.
0ENTEAL LODGE No. 18, K. of P.
McCornack building. Tuosday even
ing of each week at 7:30. F. F.
Schrarn, C. C.J W. B. Gilson. K. of R.
SALEM LODGE No. 4, A. F. & A. M.
Stated communications first Fridny
in each month at 7:30 p. m. in the
Masonic Templo. J. C. Welch, W. M.;
8. Z, Culver, seoretary.
PACIFIC LODGE No. 50, A. F. & A. M.
Stated communications third Friday
In each month at 7:30 p. m. iu the
Masonic Temple. Olenn C. Nilcs, W.
M.; Ernest H. Choate, secretary.
S. N. of A. "Oregon Grape Camp,"
No. 1360, meets every Thursday even
ing in McCornack building, Court and
Liberty streets; elevator. MiBS Syl
via Sknupp, 1701 Market, oracle;
Hazel Price, Imperial Furniture Co,
tlODHON COUNCIL, No. 1, R. 4 tf. M.
Stated assembly first Monday in
each month, Mnsonio Templo. Juntos
Plant, Thrice Illustrious Mostor; Glon
0, Niios, recorder.
DKMOLAY COMMANDER Y, No. 5,
K. T. Regular conclave fourth Fri
day in each month at 8 o'clock p. m.,
In Mnsonio Temple. Sojourning Sir
Knights are courteously invited to
meet with us., Goo. IL Burnett, E. C,
Frank A. Turner, recorder.
0HADWICK CHAPTER, No. 87, O. E.
B. Regular meeting every first and
third Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the Mn
sonio Temple. Elizabeth Bond, W.
II.; Ida M. Babcock, secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meet
every Friday night at 3 o'clock in
McCornack block. Oscar Donaldson,
1 ........ A. ...1 ...... ,.
Don't Scratch Use Zcnsal
This remedy Zensal Is made to reach your particular
case. If you have an Eczema that la dry and scaly, use
Dry Zensal. If you have weeping akin or any watery
eruption, buy Moist Zensal and get the relief you have
been seeking. 50c the jar at Poole's.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
EVERYTHING- ELECTRICAL . .
Salem Electrio Co., Masonic Temple. 127 North High .......... Main. 1300
Salem, Steam Laundry, 130 South Liberty Main II
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING
T. M. Barr, 164 South Commercial Street Main IDS
Bigd.-SiRichardson Co., 254 North High street Day and night, Main 181
TRANSFER AND DRAYAOP
Salom Truck & Dray Co., corner State and Front streets Main 74
Beaver State Printers, Patton Block 1511
LODGE DIRECTORY Continued.
O. C. L. S. Geer, clerk. B07 Court
street. Phone 593.
MULTNOMAH ROYAE, ARCH CHAP
TER, No. 1, R. A. M. Regular meet
ing second Friday in each month at
8 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. Al
fred F. Marcus, Ex. High Priest; Rus
sell M. Brooks, secretary.
UNITED ARTISANSCapital Assem
bly, No. 84, meets every Wednesday,
at 8 p. m. in Moose hall, Mrs. F. W.
Cook, M. A.; C. Z. Randnll, secretary,
Salom Bank of Commerce.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Keelor, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson,
seoretary. All cases of cruelty or
neglect of dumb animals should be
reported to the secretary for investi
gation. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp; No. 5246.
meots . every Thursday evening at 1
o'clock in McCornack -hall corner
Court nnd Liberty streetB. F.lovntor
service. W. W. Hill, V. C; Rex. A.
GOOD USED FURNITURE Bought,
also tnken in exchange for new. Full
lino of now furniture, ranges, heat
ers, and other house furnishings,
Peetz Furniture Co., 233 North Com
DRIED LOGANBERRIES In pound
cartoons packed for mailing, 20 cents
each. An excellent Christinas present
for eastern friends. Stoddard & Dun
Inp, 22.13 Fairgrounds road. Phono
SQ3.T, evenings. Dee 14
DRS. B. H. WHITE and R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduates of Amer
ican School of Osteopathy, Kirksville,
Mo. Post graduate and specialized in
nerve diseases at Los Angclos college.
Treat acute and chronic diseases.
Consultation free. Lady attendant.
Office 505-506 U. S. Nationnl Ban'.
Building. Phone 859. Residence. 340
North Capital street. Phone 369.
SALEM 8CAVENOER Charlos Boos,
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yards and cess-1
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
2247. Residence Main 2272.
LEIIMAN & CLOUGH 0. B. Webb, A.
M. Clough morticians and funeral di
rectors. Latest modern methods
known to the profession employed.
445 Court street. Main 120; Main 988.
BIGDON-RICH A RDSON CO. Funer
nl directors and undertakers, 352
North High street. Day and night
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets.
For water service apply at office.
Bills payoble monthly in advance.
SMALL general stock of merchandise
for sale. Inquire 111)0 North Cap
itol street. tf
SPLIT BODY OAK Gurb oak, ash,
second growth fir, old fir. J. U.
Eaton. Phone 1954. tf
FOR SALE Antinue Mac walnut bed,
dresser, commode. Otaor black wal
nut furniture. Good organ in black
walnut case. 233 North Commercial
FOB RENT 10 acros, choice grain
land, five miles out, no buildings,
for share Five acres, near car line,
small house, 2 acres loganberries,
bearing, $8 per month. Fivs acres,
small domestic orchard, fair build
ings, good water, two miles from
fity limits, $7 per month. Square
Deal Realty Co., 304 U. 8. Bank
NOTICE OF VACATION.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for the County . Court of
Marion. , . '
In the matter of the Application of
Seid1 Back for - the- vacation . of
Frank's Fruit Tracts.
Notice, is hereby given that the un
dersigned, Seid Back, the owner of all
the real property hereinafter described,
has filed a potition with the County
Clerk of Marion County, State of Ore
gon,, to the County Court of the State
of Oregon for said eounty to vacate all
of tho sub-division or addition and all
the lots, blocks and tracts thereof, the
same being lots or trnots numbered
from ono. to twelve inclusive in that
cortnin sub-division or addition known
as Frank's Fruit Tracts in Marion
County, State of Oregon, the plat and
dedication of which is now of record at
page 175 of Volume 10 of the book of
plats, of record in the office of the re
corder of said Marion County, and all
the roads, streets, avonues and alleys
of such sub-division or addition.
That said petition is now on file and
pending and all persons opposing said
vacation are hereby notified and re
quired to presont their objections to
such petition to tho said County Court
on or before Friday the 7th day of
January, 1910, at the hour of 9 o'clock
Dated at Salom, Oregon, this 23rd
day of November, 1915.
Deo. 28 Petitioner.
DR. D. B. GRIFFIN Drug and drink
cure. 1425 Fir stroet, near Meyers
street. Phono 1037.T.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security.
THOS. E. FORD
Over Ladd ft Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon
MONEY TO LOAN V
ON GOOD REAL ESTATE SECURITY
HOMER H. SMITH
L. M. HUM
YICK SO TONG
Chinese Medicine and
Has medicine which
will cure any known
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283.
REPAIRING AND COIL WORK A
SHOP TOOT OF UNION STREET
A. L. Godfrey
Phone 1617-J Day or Night
SALEM FENCE and j
S. B. FLEMING, Prop.
I Depot American Fence
f Gates, plain and Barbed Wire.
I Paints, Olla and Vamlsnea.
Boonng, post, nop hooki.
I 40 Years Making Stoves
f KUtm rebuilt and repaired. t
. mm Dvugii mum evio.
I 250 Court Street. Phone U4 I
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