Harding sells to Furlong 1916

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Harding sells to Furlong 1916 - Gcr-muny, Harding & Co. 811 Out Harding & Co.,...
Gcr-muny, Harding & Co. 811 Out Harding & Co., who succeeded Frazer & Barnes in the general merchandise business here in 1910, have sold the business business and Harding's liome to R. Furlong of Oceanside and Bonsall, San Diego county. In the trade Harding & Co. get 10-acre 10-acre 10-acre orange grove in Arlington Heights, and the balance of a deal approximating approximating $20,000, in cash. E. II. Harding, who has been In charge of the store for the past six years, has no plans for the Immediate future, but states he probably will not remain In Highland. The new proprietor Is considering the removal of the merchandise at Oceanside to this place. In which event the local stock will be largely Increased. In connection connection with taking over the Harding stock, Mr. Furlong has here James Bichowsky, an expert window dresser, who Is said to be exceedingly clever. Congregational

Clipped from The San Bernardino County Sun06 May 1916, SatPage 7

The San Bernardino County Sun (San Bernardino, California)06 May 1916, SatPage 7
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