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THE BAKERSFIELD CAUFORNIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1908. Th «Bakersfield Californian FOR SUPERVISOR nnoutire my tb t tl" :>n<Hdacy uper- rial DIs- of the .ce M Li.ikersfield, rs Mail Matter $5 a Year in Advance ELL, Editor and Prop. They have dom out the ni'l ami tl: • •• iii-i! !:<•>.-.• niiiil- 1 lili.'i'fil to stimiilnte their TELEPHONES: cfice I. B. Berges & Company Wholesale Dealers In For President, WILLIAM J. BRYAN Fcr Vice President, JOHN W. KERN For Congressman—Eighth District W. C. SHEPPARD Court, Wines, Liquors And Cigars The Cream OI All Goods Served In Sample Room Quotations And Samples Sent On :ff PHONEUMAIN 237 Application 1623 NINETEENTH STREET For Judge cf the Superior j. W. MAHON. For AMemblyman, 66th District, ROWEN IRWIN For Supervisor*, First District, WM. HOUSER Fourth District, J. M. BUSH Fifth District. H. A. JA6TRO BRYAN ON CANNON. sonieihiii'.: The New Work in Manual i Training ers. the ted t hi- il ry The student Is shown by example iGando, (iande, W. J resiitls of having improperly tit- . flanks, sand rammed too hard in i Gibbs, Mrs. Emma mould, sand too wet, sand too | Gande, J. \V. etc. Lectures an.1 demonstrations , Guthrie, Mrs. T. • «ic given on the theoretical side of Jeannette .. 'foundry work, and the latest develop-(Greater, A. F. ments in foundry practice. The lat- Goodfrlend, A. ler half of the term a little Instruc- Glaze, J. T tlon in piping and pie fitting is given. Garvin, Miles M First Term, Junior Year.—Pre-re-1 Higglns, Pattlllo .M'fi . vOt'i 901! '.ofil .585 . 1 Mr. else to •will ni Stlltev thnt L ress. .! HIS tlntl him t<> tin- L-ooil nf the rnitrd the district of iiiitn'iiiil |in>ir- i|-|niVi;tinll cull- ml sji. ,ik>'i' "f a eor- l.x- nf r..|,!VM.'!it;itivi'X. ,.j tli:,; pnidti'-t ..!' U >', eminent, llilx l| niily tli.' iitti-iiti.'M ,]' tli.' district t' the He poralion h.i liticai life trust rul.-.i rectc.l ii"t the voters Canii.iii is, iiini wliat lif Mini. tilt he hit* ttlii.i.' Cannon an. tioiiisi.'i mi country. Net Inn}: stand |>at Bryan is a likely in not snid The work in detail Riving the new course in domestic science, as pub; Hshed In the CaUfornlan last evening, 'attracted much attention, and it Is believed that that portion of the new high school manual which deals with 'the manual training work, though ' more technical in its wording, will : not fall to Interest. It Is as follows: i First Term, Freshman Year.—This l term IH demoted to elementary wood- i working, consisting of planing, join, Ing., glueing, sawing, and chiseling rx- i ercises, joinery, and structural work. Care of'the tools, proper angles for ', grinding, and reasons, sharpening of 1 siiws. reasons for set and different de- 1 grees of set. for different pitch different saws, relative hardness different woods, an.l best uses for I same. ^ I Second 'Perm. Fre«hnnn Year --This '" term "ill be a continuation of the- first :i ' term, advancing as rapidly as possible s-|lo furniture and cabinet makltiir. w.iod ' f Iturniiii;. and work with wood working t machines. IMirinu this term the student is allowed, if he so elects, to design and make any ariicle n! fur- jMiture or home ornameiitatiou tiia' UM' instructor believes him r;ipable ,,f carrying to a siic.essful coiiipb-lion in the time allotted. During this term an oppoi tunity will be given , . qulsite, freshman and sophomore I Hlgglns, Pattillo work. Forging is taken up during | Higglns, Pattlllo this term. Care and management of forge and fire, different ways of building gre for different shapes and kinds of work, bending, swedglng, drawing out, punching, lap, scarf, butt and jump welds; treatment of tool steel, making cold chisels and tempering same; making lathe tools and tempering same; reasons for • different tempers; color scale, and approximate degrees of temperature of different colors. Illustration showing that color does not of necessity always Indicate temper, but only Indicates temper after having been previously harden, etl. Illustration of the burning of tool "f \ steel by means of test plec£ of ASSESSMENT NOTICE. m '.v that it. .M luliillfe. aiJ. lie wishes I Hryaii. a ft thai iiis 4 1 * years I|i-t1e.l Ililll the Ilin.lest f >f I.~IIMI(IM. turned liis iit- (i Cannon, and siiiiiined thill it is .• liii.l er ex- ,,f la- who desire it to become familiar with the design and const ruction i,f s.uall, inexpensive houses b> means of mod els constructed as class work, particular attention being paid to framing. Fourth Extension Water Company. ! Location of principal place of busi- ! ness. Waseo. Kern county, California. i Notice is hereby given that at a | meeting of the Board of Directors ' held on the 2fith day of. August, 190S, an assessment of one dollar per share , n^tmn, , ,1^...^ • , was levied upon the subscribed capita! ! Higgins. Pattillo . stock of the corporation, payable in:-' •••--• ^..n^ - mediately in United States gold com , to the secretary of said company at to those'Its office, Wasco, California. , Hlggins, Pattillo . Higgins, Pattlllo . Hlgglns, Pattlllo . Hlgglns, Pattlllo . Higglns, Pattillo . Hlgglns, Pattlllo . HSggins, Pattillo . Hlggins, PatUllo . Hlggins, Pattlllo . Hlgglns, Pattillo . Hlggins, Pattillo . Hlggins, Pattillo . Hlggins, Pattlllo . Hlggins, Pnttlllo . Higglns, Pattillo . Hlgglns, Pattlllo . Hlgglns, Pattillo . Hlgglns, Pattillo . Higgins, Pattlllo , Higgins, Pattillo , Higgins, Pattillo Hlggins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattlllo Hlggins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo Higgins, Pattillo s, Pattlllo 2000 ;!000 :i(Ki 1000 1000 10000 2000 2000 100 25000 2 25000 3 25000 4 25000 r. 25000 f, 2!<!00 - 25000 8 25000 9 25000 10 25000 11 25000 25000 25000 25000 12500 12500 12500 12 It! 14 1C IT IS 19 20.00 30.00 n.oo 1(1.00 10.00 100.00 20.00 ! 20.00 1.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 125.00 125.00 Runnels, Lillian E. 672 Randolph, Mary A. .642 Randolph, Mary A. .64S Roe. William 864 Rice, H. B ......... 567 Stolp, F. A. ..unknown Stolp, F. A. ..unknown Stolp, F. A ......... In! Stoip, F. A ......... !'•» Stolp. F. A ......... 919 Smith, Mrs. Ellen J. P. 78 Seley, Miss H. J. . .653 Stumpf, L. M ....... 658 Standeford.Margaret 761 Standeford.Margaret 779 Standeford.Margaret 784 Smith, Mrs. M. L,. . .754 Smith, Irwln L ...... 797 Smith, Irwln L ...... 798 Smith, Irwin L ...... 799 Smith, Irwin 1 ....... 800 Smith, Irwin L ...... 801 Stone, A. L ...... Sheneberger.Joseph Seltz, C. F ....... 20 10(1(1(1 inoao 1(1000 1000(1 10000 Sweeney, 125.00 j Sweeney, 125.00 | Sweeney, 100.00 , Sweeney, Sweeney, Sweeney, Sweeney, Stevens, 100.00 100.(iu 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 10(1.11(1 40(1 100 10000 1(100 500 500 500 600 600 100 100 500 2000 1000 1000 2000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 10000 869 10000 887 9000 5117 10000 538 10000 539 10000 .540 10000 ,541 10000 .865 .542 .543 .948 Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on September 30, 190S, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction. and unless payment is made befon 1 1JH (III 111 t" lltlllllllMf ««»•« i. ...- •'.. i '•- .- •-- ~ this work will be re- will be sold on Tuesday, the 20th day worthy's words : to 1li . Mr. bur had fortune < tout ion " up that in these Every pved prayiim for C;' man feast im; lenlnn <>n 1:1^ anxious thai ! district to a ! Ki'tVrrini: own t'.'i't;'!!'' rest the ••• .•' corniiii: it !>\ "I was wot elccte i I ' '• years a:: i !'.. $;!(i"ii Mi'! }••'. betwet :i ;l !'- " terms an.! ir jiresideiiey, ;<• mouths, 1 ""> lecturing ;,n 1 my s.,vi!i^r. ••Afl.'l '•:• c-.irii'iiiL i" '•'• • )V rlli, .;.. • 1 i Bat!!., ':• e<!\l:'l : mlttee. ' paign ..: iill . .!.. 1 t'stimat OHO ;it tl:. to leave ,\l:ettiei This i, ill'.: (.!'!!.•' '.-is:' ii!' i hiddini: .•! and not n noil himsf }iortilllce fact that meet with low cmie pluc'inu him to do ^rreiit liariti. N Cannon hi- retired. responsible for I. presiding ot'ticer i ovtcht t" —o nit<< well. ot'tieiiil Kv< Students taking quired to draw up specifications and tit-lire out the cost of lumber, mill work, hardware, an.l .approximate cost i of labor on two bouses. ! Third Term. Freshman Year.—Pre"''requisite, Mrst and second terms. This ' term will be a continuation of the pre- isivions term, the latter part of the term • ry ! to be devotfd to elementary pattern ;ai i maklnt!. of October, 1908, to pay the delinquent assessment together with the costs of advertising and expenses of sale. ALFRED B. JORDAN, 8-20 Secretary. lliggins, Pattillo Hii-'glns, Pattillo Hlggins, Pattlllo Hlgglns. Pattillo Higfilns, Pattillo Higgins, Pattilio Higgins, Pattlllo Hicglns, Pattillo s, Miss Annie s, Miss Annie DELINQUENT SALE NOTICE. 28 10000 29 10000 30 10000 31 1"000 ;->o }(,.', fii i 33 10000 34 SOOO 35 500(1 36 5(100 37 5000 , 118 5000 5000 50nO 37000 10000 KKiOO 5000 Scott, Geo. A. J. ---^l Scott, Geo. A. J. ...579 Shultice, Robert W. 568 mo.do I Shultice, Robert W. 559 100.00 I shultice, Robert W. 560 100.00; stetson, H. J 909 ico.oo ' sturdivant, Paul H. 971 lo.i.oo | su?g:-', Miss Under- 100.00 j hill 58 ° 50.00 | Taylor, Jas. H 110 50.00, Tr ,i er . Mrs. Hattle 10000 15000 2000 1000 1000 2000 2000 1000 1000 2000 1000 6000 4.00 1.00 100.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 6.00 6.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 20.00 10.00 10.00 20.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 100.00 100.00 90.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 150.00 20.00 10.00 10.001 20.00 ! 20.00; 10.00 10.00 20.00 10.00 60.00 AREN'T yOU ASHAMED OF THOSE SOILED WALLS? "When for 2 or 3 dollars they ould be repaperccl and gen- rally brighten up the house. Vail Paper at Special Prices is our strong hand this week. You can paper yonr whole house now for what it would ordinarily cost you. Do it now; special money saving prices prevail. Let us figure on wfiat you need. Pioneer Mercantile Co I Phone Main 98. GUI SchambliD (Mjf_gt_f^0-fffjrjfffff - ff " -*••"'• 39 40 553 46 47 '.cation of i Arizona. World's Oil Company— l.o- principal office. Prescott, Location of principal place from nures- tbis I ->'1s i''t ! to tin,iildini; for the p nl- II- | i •IS I '" U ' insinlit 'ereiit :i! into t; draft, shrinkage reasons for split - •••'"i • l!i! to I i term will In- devote,1 to pattern mak- j iim. due period a week, and iis much i more as is llecessurv. will be ill voted irpose nf L'ettiim reasons for the in piiitern m;ii< iin and reasons for split patterns. The prai-iic.il construction of patterns to prev.-iii, so far as possible, weaknesses due to tlie materials and methods of construction, and the IM-.-I Wii.vs m overcome them an.l to prevent warping and oilier distortion. Secon.l Term, Sophomore.- Year.— l're-re(|iiisite, first term. Dnrinu this '.•nn the time will be evenly divided between the moulding room and the pattern shop. In the pattern slif advance H> split patterns and s; patterns with movable boxes, I'm iTw:se ini'iossilile draws, and ; San Francisco. California. Location of winks, HockV;., Harris County, Texas. Notice.—There are d< : iimr>i<:;( upon the following described stock, on account of Assessment (No. 2 l !>"'. i<-.i on the 14th day of July, 19"*, the several '. i amounts set opposite the nani'-u o! she respective shareholders, as follows: . SO 92 .101 .P29 .73S .741 0(1 Alderson, A1 del-son, Alderson, Alderson, Alderson, Alderson, Azcarate, we ut only luit s electli'i) i!' lli I'elil'i'llle.ll work, such •s. r; shop we in:ro ir.ce Mask, draw back, false and complicated core lition 10 the ordinary MS and linseed oil mlv a number of patclite-l or ,re mixtures. Particular I 'in the projier terui'er ot tlie sail I, ramming up of the mould, ventliii; of both cores and moulds. •ir.iner plir'in- of chnplets at both - . itoiu siiid toi>, an.l reaKOU for chap;.-i i n toji. In connection with this, the stu.U-iii is required to fi - .:ur( out the weight ow metal and pressure ex- ted by different heights of riser*. Third' Term, Sophomore Year.- -Pre •qulKite, socoiv.l term. HurinK 'he i first half of this term, all of the time is speni in the moulding room. During ibis term we cast in soft metals, and touch on the metallurgy of iron Alexander, .] Alexander. • Blackburn, Burke, .1. .1. ,, Itl . i Burke, .1. .1. ;,,. j Blackburn, Blackburn; Blackburn, Blackburn, Higgins, Miss Annie 48 Hlggins, Miss Annie 545 25000 Higglns, Miss Annie 546 ,'0000 Harvey, E Hamburger, M. . . Hamburger, M. . Hamburger. M. . . Ha«e. Henry \V. • Hittif. Henry W. . Howbind. Mrs. E. K. Mi4 Haatt, Christian . . . .OSO Home Mission. Board of the Southern Baptist Convention 5"3 ! Harris. R. C a 1 ' 1 " ! Hare, .Miss Lucy . .. .547 ' How, Thomas s( '.7 ! Hromada, K. .1 !| V4 j Hayden, E. R 97.-, ijurgens. Louis . . 149 bal. 1 Junes. Mrs. Gainey .7s^ i Jones, Mrs. Gainey .855 Jones, Mrs. Gainey .859 Jones, Mrs. Gainey .985 Jentschy, Wpi " :; '.' Jehu, Mrs. Sarah Jehu, Mrs. Sarah Jones, Thomas . Jones, David 705 Jones, J. Hobson . .5S2 Jahn, Herman 536 Jahn, Miss Clara ..554 Jahn, Miss Ella 5s4 Kent, D. M., trustee 5d.OO I 50.00 j ."0.001 5(1.00 I 50.00 i 370.00 1<.0.00 50.00 250.00 500.00 3.00 4.00 1.1'. ll'.l'll l.iid S. .755 1000 'H'' 870 10000 Theisen, A. L. 570 Talbot, Mrs. Madrid 25 10.00 100.00 .25 ".fli'id 5'HI 1000 H. Talbot, Ben P. .. . Vlgus, \V. E. .^ Valleau, John S. G. jValleau, John S. G, I Woo I). S., j \Yoo, D. S I \Yoo, U. j Wolfrou!, \V( irror... i Wolfrom, Wolfrom, Wolfrom, Wolfrom Wo; from Wo; from Wt-li'rom Wollrcm WfUri-ni \Vnifrom, . . W..l!roin. Emma H Wolfi'om, A. E. . . William:-. W. E. . ; Williams, Robert , Willams, Robert White, Mrs;. T. b. ; Wilbur, Sidney . Wilbur, Sidney . ! Wilbur, Sidney . •Warren, John, Jr. Warren, John, Sr. iWinfree, E. H... ; Wint'rfcfc-, S. , F. . F. , F. F. F. F. F. F. F. K. F. F. I->. . Emma D. H. D. D. D. D. D. I'- L). D. I). 1000 2000 5000 2000 2000 1000 1000 1000 55 25000 890 5000 5000 8000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1500 1500 4000 900 250 710 01(00 2000 1000 600 4400 2000 5000 5000 573 574 50 , 64 .151 .630 .650 . f.5!i .891 .906 .907 .909 .910 .911 .912 .914 .910 .917 . C70 uses of softeners ;>u 1 the different standard 1 an,I mixture*, llux for slait. mixtures lor brass and the solder alloys for sprinkler systems, automatic tire alarms and fusible plugs for bull ^ _ _ A PRACTICAL SCHOOL, \Vo think the i>it!n'<- \v fail to he deeply mleivstt'i details of the work l;ii<l the courses lor t ing aiul ilonu'stif munts i» 'he lii^h .casual I'Xiiiuiii ap outlined '••!H'\VS wider in scope 1.V 8Upp<>S('d. boys and i^irls l<> low the ddails \villi new doj)ar1nnM!ts ml.l the school worl.; has long hecn u along with the commercial course, hish school one of lii-iil institutions of its state. Piano Tuning It wan a foregone conclusion that nn American inventor would mum hold tho record in the matter of ai'rial nwviu'ation, novcrthclcm tin- siH'.M'ss of tho AVn^ht AV* is noiio the <i;i»» ti' 1 '" Phone Main 257 BON BON Your order for lee Cream, Fruit Ices or Candy. SPECIAL FREE DELIVERY Prom 8 fl. m. to 8 p. m. T. 0. COPPIN, P»op. Breece, II. Breece. H. .1 Brcece, H. ,1 Breece. H. J Dreecc, H. ,1 Breed'. H. .1 Breece. 11. .1 Breece, II. .I Burroughs*,U.S. nn Uuhllng, Herman Boffa, Charlotte . Burton, B. T. . . Broocks. John H. Broocks, John 1!. Broocks, John H Broocks, John H. Broocks, John 11. Broocks, John H Hroocks, John H. Bro'ocks. John H Broocks, John H. Broocks, John 11. Broocks, John H. Broocks, John H. Broocks, John H. HroocUs. John H. Broocks, John 11 Broocks, John H Broocks, John 11 Broocks, John H Broocks, John II Broocks. John H Hi'vens, E.L. Ma Breblenbecker, Ella M Breidonbi'cker, Ella M Breldenbecker. Ella M Rreidenbecker, Ella M Baldwin. U. C. Bui-gin, J. F. . B-irwick, J. F. Cue, Geo. D.. . Coe, Ceo. VI. . . Coe, !,aur:i I*. . ChcnoweUl, F, , Conart, Oci. W. . 1 (Vrit<'r,Mrs.Je'innel> 'Crooks, W. M Crooks. W. M. , Kynnersley. J. Kynnersley, J. Knapp, Wm Kleupfer, Fred Kleupt'er. K. H. KM Sr. Fred, Sr. Fred, Sr. Kleupfer. Fred, Fred, Fred, Kleupi'er, Kleupfer, Kleupft-r, .M3 .M4 .S15 .Mi! l.on 10."0 50.00 ro.iio 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 t. 00 Sr. Sr. Sr. ,M7 Fred, Sr. .S18 Kleupfer, Fred, Sr. .Silt Kleupfer. Fred, Sr. .820 Kleupfer, Fred, Sr. .M'l KleiiMfer, Fred, .Sr. .S22 C. ... ' Winfrce, 1 C. ... 1 Win free, i C. . . . 1 Winfrc-e. jf C. ... i Wlnfree, C. . . . Winfrte, : C. ... Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. 748 970 .752 703 .75fi .777 .838 .877 .523 .524 .525 Mary 549 Mary 552 Mary ,-,62 Mary 563 25000 Mary 564 25000 Mary .56 5000 1000 25000 2500U 15000 i' 'T .'.'.'.'.'.'. 871 l Wilbur, E. 1) ....... 880 , Woodwf.rth, Marshall 6000 25 3000 50 10.00 20.00 50.00 20.00 20.00 10.00 lu.OO 10.00 250.00 50.00 50.00 80.00 10.00 10.0U 10.001 10.00 10.UO , 10.00 ', 15.00 15.00 411.00 j 9.00 i a.50 i 7.ID! co.oo I 20.00 ' 10.00 6.00 44.00 20.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 10.00 250.00 250.00 250,00 250.00 150.00 50.00 .25 Any time you purchase the Cern River Mills brand of Flour rou can rely on the quality heing ight. For this is made possible »y scientific milling and the bent f wheat is the only kind used. When in need of flour insist n getting the Kern River Mills trand. The best Flour for the east money. Every sack guaran- «ed. DELONEGHA HOT SPRINGS. Most remarkable mineral springs n California. An aosoiute cure for RHEUMATISM Forty-flve miles from BaKersfteld in 3l«rra Nevada Mountains. Fine num. mer climate. Good accommodation:'. Terms reasonable. Stage leaves BaU- •rsfield Thursday mornings between \ and 9 o'clock from Arlington ai.d Accidental hotels, and from Metropole n Kern. Returns Tuesdays. Ad- tress, BARBEAU & ROQUETTE. •.f Proprietors Latlmer.Mrs.JennieE S5 Levy Brothers Long,Mrs.EleanorG, 555 Mitchell. H. C 168 Mitchen. L. A 1GP -nnn Mayes, Rev. L. T. ..504 •-'.,;! MaoFadden.Catherlne te ::;•': MMIS, N. i 575 :;;;' ( ;;; i Mitchell, D. p 577 550 12500 1000 2500 no.oo liiO.OO 11'd.00 1'iO.Ofl "l.i'l.OO '. '10.00 l.iO.OO 1(1(1.00 IHO.UO !ul>.00 '.(10 '.00 Morris,Edwin .unknown Northey. Edna B. . .828 Nc-vlns, Mrs. M 760 Neidt, Mrs. M. H. . .938 Norman, Lyman E. 572 Orr. Monroe J 67S Olephant, Robt. C. . .920 Powell.S.W., trustee 14;', Peck, R. M 672 ,Phelps, A. D 077 I Parislen, Ida 740 Pillot, 1 Sf'l Riddle, Miss Effle D. 54 Reilly, Wm. J l" 1 - 100 500 0(10 500 100 50(1 50dO 20(i(i MOO 30*0 Welps. Chas. F 951 50 .50 NVrlpht, Mrs. Anna Alb ii 576 1000 10.00 Walkarte, C. D 581 1000 10.00 Walliiirte.RuymondJ. 583 1000 10.00 Young. A. D 868 10000 100.00 Names unknown.... , unknown 10599 105.99 \ And in accordance with law and an j order of the Board ot Directors made , on the 14th day of July, 1908, so many i shares of each parcel of such stock ' as may be necessary will be sold at public auction at the office of the ,„„.,! company, 612 Mills Building, San IIMI,, , Francisco, California, o n Monday, the '25114th day of September, 1908, at the hour of one o'clock p. m. of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. • D. M. KENT, Secretary. Office 612 Mills Building, San Francisco, California. 8-28 E. H. WHITE Real Estate Insurance Notary Public. Publisher "Daily Report" o Kern County Records. 8 CC Money to loan on good Se- g curity. Sole Agent Royal .Insurance Company, a "Dollar for Dollar Company, with "D >1- lars left." ^ 1803 Chester Avenue o Phone Main 906 P 1(1.50 127.50 125.00 5.00 14.IH1 California)! want adft. nest, results. THE UNION HORSESHOEING SHOP Has Moved to the Union Stables Corner 21st and K Sts. Bakersfield Iron Works il. 1 U.' U'haKtain, Cluin, K. Clniu, R. Cluin. B. ciuin. K. PavK A. 1 OIL WELL TOOLS AND SUPPLIES Oooloy, John S. P)dwards, H. J. . Kemnot, Mi«u Je-i PiMivtc*. PwU*r H. W.. -. .875 Phones Main 29 and 230—L, M and 24th Streets 1!5000

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