El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Tuesday, December 29, 1914 Page: 3 of 10
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Tuesday; December 29. 1 9 1 4.
EL PASO MORNING TIMES
TIMES' AUTO SHOW
OVERLAND AGENCY. CADILLAC PEOPLE
A Nit INTF.BVATfONAI. AUTO 00. EN-
TE IN I whit.
Mn Can Will Be BsalMtsS Br OH Tim
Ala; First Day lar Drriirlag Spare
Briaga Big Reaulta.
Yesterday the Tmleg luned Its rtrtt
official Invitation Tor entries or eihlliltora
to the Third Annual Automobile snow to
be held from January It to B. Aa a ra
Mill on Vic same day Hie Timet auto show
manager received ilxtecn entries. Leadme
the list la the El Paso Overlaad Auto Btle
company with I ears; the Cadillac agency
with three and the International with tour
resenting the right to Increase the number
wllbln s week.
The Overland company was llrst In; and
announced Ita exhibit would conalat or
willy. utility trucks and Overland cars.
This firm has been among the first to make
entry In the previous Tunea auto shows
and haa profited by the exhibit selling
ears dally throughout the show. Consid-
ering lb fast growing popularity or the
Overland cara this season's show will In
all probability be a banner one from a
sales standpoint or the Overland exhibit
lalrreattonal Aula Exklbll.
The International Auto company said to
be the largest automobile house In the
southwest and under the personal man-
agement or 1. W. Slockard will ahow
murk Abbott-Detroit and Packard can this
season. Mr. Slockard said yesterday while
st Hie Times orrice with his order for floor
space In the show that It Is possible his
nun would have the largest exhibit or
Packard cars ever shown tn any show In
the world except the great New York
events. This firm enjoys the distinction
of bring the only house except the factory
brsnches or the great clues of the east
which carries the expensive car In stock.
Mr. Slockard gave out In Inrormatlon that
there is at present a large consignment
or Packard! en rout to this city and thai
one or each or the models would be placed
on exhibition If It could be arranged.
Cadillac can have been Important rea-
taras at every snow ataged In El Paso and
wtth the much talked or "eight" of this
year should attnet more than ordinary at-
tention c. P. Henry local manager of the
Branch bas word rrom agents of toe car
throughout the United Stales and they
say Cadillac cara han attracted more than
nal attention durtna the present season.
The show will enable thousands to see the
working parta of the new machine with
an opportunity of examining It while In
motion. Many other dealers telephoned or
called at the Times orrice yesterday and
aiantrted their intention to enter the snow
and from ore sent indlcStlonS the Time
reels sare tn saying that the show of Hits
year Trill out-do In every respect roe e
hlbttlons or former years.
0n. Oa.. P. A. Morgan bad orcaslon
reently to use a liver medicine snd says
mithiv cleansed mv system and I felt like
a new man-light and rree. They an ine
best medicine I have ever tasan ror cot
suputan. They keep the stomach sweet
it ...i-. tw?ml. miriir" In pv Cato
nic Tallin are stimulating In action and
nvlthcr gripe nor sicken. They an whole
some ano tnorougmy cieaiisma. " -'
the. liver active stout people uu m..
Olive Drug Co. (Advertisement.)
. " " " H-MOKWmKK
iteJÜft OaaB. rsatea Caw las. Isaaw
NEW TRAFFIC CODE
ORDINANCE i mi II HiMitn FON
TEN HiNMI I I l I- DitYB FOR RKNE-
FIT Or CITIZKNM.
IVrlfslrlnns Mi.vl Slop ' "lay Ualklnfl'
very Phase nf i rrn lualsesa
HfguUIrd fey Aft.
ICTKRSONATU OFFICER; FINED SIM
MmlfU Wlfa Brairr Krr I'.mMhrrt Dy
n n o. aw. ttnma MOO and ordered '"
liaw El Paso by Corporation Court ludir.
Ballard ColdwMl yeauirday aiernoon. Say
wax artcMed Sunday mornlnc on a rharp
of imperaonatlnir an oiTlcwr. He IB aald
to have displayed a Ddfts reaembllnir thai
of an officer to (rain admittance to a San
Antonio street Dar WNM unoer mn umu-
ence of liquor. Friends of seay are nu-
inrg arrangements for the payment or ine
a . .Icltlnar In Kl I 'sail.
( in- CWJaj WH . i r . -
VIClUr I nil .11 iibihi . .
charre or wife beatlna- was rtnert M. lpod
Avtia arrested on a similar charre was
Three violators or tne new wiiic wrwr
ninrfi at it riMl Iierore all n If l.iUliwnii
Oeorre Bent. arresWd yesterday mom In pr-
at Mills and Oregon streets charred with
colliding with the bicycle of a youth em-
ployed at the China Palace was dismissed
aripr nromlatnr to oar tlw full cost of hav
ing- the bicycle repaired. Charles C. Lama
driMP ft ntnA far. ww ordered to pay
3.?j damages to a messenger boy whose
bicycle Lama Is said to have run down and
damaged. Jarona M. McKlm was dismissed.
hpinif rrifarrfui wiin diocsiuc miuh.
McKlm. who stated that be Is
Here ana came to ci rmmv tvr mm bww
admitted stopping his automobile on the
... ir. usn AntAnio atrppt near th
First National bank yesterday morning- but
Biri that he thourht the car track on which
be stopped was an old line and unused.
YOUNG DEMOCRATS MEET.
Speakers at the regular weekly meeting
last nla-ht or the Young Men's Democratic
club urged club members to pay their poll
taxes and use their efforts to see thst every
EI Paso an buys a pon tax this year. Mayor
veiiv waa the principal speaker and he
dwelt on the necesalty for securing a large
poll tax lssqance record this year. Other
speakers all of whom emphasised the same
Idea were: Alien uramoung unanrs Cun-
ningham Louis Bulger M. Mulcshy Bal-
lard coidwell. A. S. J. Eylar and T. R
Evans. Charles Brann acted as chairman
or the meeting which was well attended
considering- the weather.
According to rlly officials the new traffic
code win go to the printers today and will
become artlvc within ten days from the
day of the rirst publication. The code
which Is a thorouch measure covers all
phases or the city's traffic and Is as Im
portant to the pedestrians as to those
engaged in trafric business.
"It will oav the a-enersl puhlir
familiariie themselves with this new code."
said one ..rrifial at the my hail yeaterday
"There u really so much In It. and It
touches on so many different subjects that
every one should read It as soon as It is
puniisned. ror their own protection.
There are sections and sub divisions of
the code whleh rerulate the manner of
moving or household goods as well a:
regulation or how many passengers a com
mon carrier shall place tn his vehicle also
the class of people that he may Ian fully
refuse to carry so lengihy Is the measure
thst It will require Chief of Police I. N.
I'Svis a whole day to read it. The same
task Is In front of every member of nls
department. Every patrolman win he com
petted to know what the laws are and the
niy way win De to wade through tne rode.
or wnirn there are over a in sections.
i speaking of enforcing the new laws
Captain W. b. Oreet at the police station
said: "1 do not anticipate any trouble. The
ordinance 111 be published In the Times.
everyone win nave a chance to read it. or
oursc. there are many things covered by
the code that have not como to our notice.
due to the fact that there were no city
taws covering tne situation stui i under-
stand there Is no extremo measure In the
entire code. El Pasoana are not hard to
deal with and comply with the law without
me sugniesi irouDie. i ao not anticipate
many additional arreáis while the people
are learning ine new law. Tne 'jay walk
Ing-' section I suppose will get a few who
are forgetful for a while but that Is the
only thing which I think will be hard for
ine public 10 remember.
The automobile business of this city"
continued Captain Greet "Is becoming a
problem and we were in need of additional
laws to regulate tbe business one not
familiar with the business rsn not Imsglnc
what a greet volume of auto trade there Is
here and how many times every day we are
railed to setUe disputes between drivers
on points heretofore have not been covered
by a law. The new code was one of the
most needed things in El raso."
by Williams some time ato and certain
property stolen. The matter waa passed
until today owing to the fan that neither
side was ready for Trial. Tbe accused
created a lauah In the court room when
he complained about being taken back to
Jail because he said that the service at
tne county jan w riere ne ñas neen ror usa
past week la not good. WUiisms told
Judge Heaver thai be waa not given a
spoon witn wnien to eat nis soup and
waa compelled to sleep these cold nights
without a blanket or a cot. He says the
floor or his cell was aleel and very cold.
After registering his romplalnt against
the treatment accorded him at the county
Jail Ine prisoner requested Ujai it not
be mentioned to the Jailer as thmgs might
get worse for him there. He siso saM
that he received plenty to eat but wanted
nttie netter service. He waa consoled
by Judge heaver who told .the prisoner
I hat he was confined at the r&unly jail for
ptmlshmcnt and not for comfort and thai
the place waa not a health resort and had
never Drafted on the service of Its waiters.
Best fee Kldaeya Saya Honor
Dr. I. T. R. Real Oreentille 80. car.
ays that In bis SO years of experinnce ne
haa found no preparation for tbe kidneys
equal to Foley Kidney Pills. Pains in back
and hips is an indication or kidney trouble
a warning to build up the weakened kid
swys make them vigorous ridding your
blood or acids and poisons. Foley Kidney
Pille will help any cate of kidney ano
bladder trouble not beyond the reach ol
medicine. In loc and $1 sixes sold in
your town by Owl Druf Store. (Advar
COURT CALENDAR FULL
Numerous Cases oa Docket and Judge Pool
Will Re Owe ef Busiest Mea
15 pounda Potatoes $ .15
18 pounds Sugar $1-00
4 pounds Pink Beans $ .15
I pounds Navy Beans $ .25
3-pound can Ambassador
- Coffee B1.00
8 rolls Toilet Paper $ .25
I cans Milk .25
6 boxes Crackers $ -"
24-pound sack Flour 9 .BO
8 quarts Cranberries $ .25
Large size Peanut Butter. f .SB
6 bars Ivory Soap $ .25
1 cans Corn $ .3ft
2 cans Tomatoes $ .25
Hams whole per pound.. $ .IB
Bacbn by atrip 9 .25
10 pounds Cottolene 91.2ft
10 pounds Crescent Short-
Pork Sausage 2 pounds .. 9 .25
Hamburger Steak 2 pounds9 -25
Pork Jnk Sausage 2 lbs. .9
8 Fat Mackerel 9 .9ft
Codfish 2 bricks 9 .96
8 pounds Beef 8tw 9 -2
2 pounda Veal Stew 9 .IS
Shoulder Pot Roast 2 lbs. 9 -2ft
Pork Chops 9 -20
Mutton Chopa 9 .15
Round Steak 9 .11
Loin Steak 9 .20
Come to my store. and save the expense of delivery and see that
you get the best.
00 -San Antonio St. "The Clean Grocery." Phone 180
PRIZE WINNERS IN
In Issue of December 20 1914
FIRST PRIZE 910.00 To J. M. Bhackelford 25 Prospect Ave.
Orders given on the following firms: Pumphrey Tira at
. Supply Co. N T. Dentists Sheer's Hardware Co. More-
head's. Busy Little Tailor. Shop Western Welding A Manu-
facturing Co. Kansas City Life Ins Co. Commercial Na-
tional Bank London Woojen Mills Imperial Oarage Texas
SECOND I'KI.I-:. 95.00 To B. a Bishop. Sit Boulevard. Orders
given on the following firms: Kl Paso Trunk Factory
Fouts at .inkier. Independent Electrlo Co. Dr. Mcintosh
west -Texas Fuel Co.
The following II prises were awarded: Mrs. W. C. Raanidala No.
7 Bramos Api. order on El Psso Piano Co.; Mrs. A. Burton 187
Prospect Ave. order on Knoblauch Drug Co.; K. M. Barton 1917
Arlaona Bu order on It R. Ctroserr; Mrs. J. F. Uualtro. Ill Noble
St. order on Elite Laundry; F. B. 8c huta. 1224 Orient St.. order
on Heifer's Toy Store; Mrs. Kate A. Howell. 2111 Alameda Ave.
order on Bast El Paso Fuel Co.; Miss Specie Guerra Tal ata Tex.
order on United Typewriter Co.; Miss Katharine Hayes Tsleta
Tex. order on Sharp Elliott Co.; Miss Barnice T. Clark 219 A la-
mí .gordo St.. order on New Auditorium Skating Rink; Miss Ooldle
J. rutin Duncan. Arts. order on Curtis Kin; Misa Dorothy McCarty
8011 Alamogordo jBt.. order on Sharp Elliott Mfg. Co.; Mm. H.
Gray 111 Arlaona St. order on Grebe Cleaning; Works.
Accordlnr to the long list or crlmlnsl
cases which are set ror hesrlnr before
ludir Adrtsn Pool tne county rourt will
be one of the busiest places In Kl Paso
rouniy during the rumlng month. Aerord
Ing lo the court cslendsr there sre at
present about no cases to be disposed or
during the January term. They are of
varying Importance and cover a multitude
of alleged violations of the laws or the
state. Following are the rases ss they
win ne run. mi on ine county court:
inursasy January 7 mtr. -
WRa namon uonsaies.
58M B. Houghton.
tao Jeff sises.
IMo Simon Loya
5970 Emeterlo Apodaca.
8871 P. P. Marlon.
6W7Í F. Webster.
5878 Saturnino Oarcla.
5874 Jesus Lenns.
&B75 Chsrles Fritter.
5878 J. M. Olllesple.
68782. T. Heard.
8870 William Dayton.
5880 Andrea Franco.
5881 Pedro A rosta
5883 O. Rodrigues.
6884 Fidel Martines.
WW8-0. L. White.
&880 F. rtsmlres.
Frldsy. January 8 1015
68W Lauro Fontes.
5806 H. P. lames.
!; iiafaei sillas.
6807 Jeff Slkra.
6(03 Wm. T. Saunders.
6008 Julian Damlrei.
6004 Tararlas Duran.
mu s. T. Jones.
5014 Ft. K. Orosa.
5018 S. T. Jones.
6017 S. T. Jones.
5018 S. T. Jones.
5tv8 Rsmon Lebart.
5090 Wm. Carrol!.
5030 Adolfo Vasqueg and John Une.
5041- José Melendri.
Saturday. Jannary o 1015.
5046 I'snrho Marques snd Rsmulo Rars.
5047 f. F. Hlnch.
5048 J M. Bedford.
5050 J. Hlrka.
5058 Klrearlo Oarrla.
5063 S. J Kelly.
5054 jóse Garrís.
5081 J W. MrAllester.
6062 Manuel Lcvsrlo.
5083 Gerald Moses.
5056 Manuel Ochoa.
Monday. January 4. t
T7 sam Mixin
4747 E. W. Man!
4787 E. Granillo
4870 Ben n perry.
5050 Jose Cordera.
6tI8 Joe Fsrnro.
6164 John Por.
6080 Jose Mi-Inez.
5825 Jesús Montes.
5277 W. L. Tuly.
6S7S W. L. Tulv.
58113 Msnuel Ar.osta.
6488 Ramon Duran.
Tuesday January sriOIJ.
5651 Gurley Baihsrn.
5558 Ramon Lars.
6588 Ous Armendsrll!.
587 Si EaCQbedo.
5675 Antonio Lopes.
5570 Carlos Triólo
558 Juan D. Jlmlnrr
5608 Anastaclo Regalado.
5814 Joe King and Roy Johnson.
5831 Msnuel Halgore.
5621 Joe Dunne.
6834 Herrero Maese.
6828-P R Marlon
5644 Luciano Amador
5584 Manuel Man nuera
5656 w. 11. WIIiod
Wednesday January 8 1015 -
taw l. c rrszler.
604 ledro l ramio.
5606 Johu Stafford.
6704 Airredo Holavln.
5705 Dlonerlo (Uunenero.
5706 Agustín Calmenero.
6716 Juan Gonzales and M. Maclaa.
5720 Pedro Bargas.
6747 J. M. Olllesple.
6777 Kutslio Maclas.
5728 A D. Wilson.
8707 Luis Aaullsr.
611 .1. Pauunor et al.
5817 Patricio Ochoa.
hcoj jonn McCarthy.
888 Agustín Lopez
tea Bradford af Lyons.
5860-Mrs. Stella Lyons
SAYS JAIL IUVIIX 18 rOOR
Walter Williams a colored man was In
Justice Desver's court yesterday where his
Krclimiiisry hearing waa sel lor hasring.
a Is charged with burglary It as alleged
by Dennis Smith that his home waa entered
imW: A' w.
IN THE COURTS
JhsIIi r ourl
(J. M. Deaver Juntlce.)
Dtvli Broa. vs. TIipo Meyers mil on M-
couni tlO4.90; tiled.
Prescellano Oonulea A. T. k S. F.
Ry. Co. and n O. V . P. Ry. Co. lull
for dumaiea 100.7; Hied.
ANKENRAUER CiSK TODAY.
Preliminary Hearlaa of Man Charaed With
Maraer win ne iieia.
The preliminary hearlntr or j a. Anknn
bauzar. charred whh tho murder of 11
Mahoney will be held in Justice nravor .
uri ihln tnrirnlntr at 10 a. in. Tn CAM
a-rew out of the klllinr last week nf Ma
noney a telephone lineman al the; Anken
bauer residence. t3fW Wyoming-. The coin
lalnt airalnst Ankvnbauer was slaned by
unstable Dominro Mon toy a.
Mexican Boy Flaed Kor Klekini Another.
Knrimie HlverlH. a in1 suet in- r boy fin
ployed in the employ of the Western Un
ion was tinea yestrniay miernoon in
ne juniic' ruun .h-cbu.'- iir iimrii an-
other boy. The victim was even year
old. Rlreiia pleaded trullty. The kicking
took place in ttre alley back of ihe Western
ilium mi iff
Hervías Jury ttotlrr.
Members uf the sherlfPs department are
busy aervlnr Jury notices. About &oo
names are on the list of men to be noti-
fied by lire deputies that their services are
required for Jury duty either in the coun-
ty court or In one of the district courts
sheriff Peyton Edwards said yesterday that
tne nonces wouin ne serven ny nia men
In time to notify all the Jurymen before
the opening: of court early in January.
Will near White Slave Cam.
The preliminary hearlna of the case of
Alejandro Telao. who was arrested late
Sunday night by federal authorities on I
eharirc of vloUtlntr ihe while slave traf
flc act will be held tomorrow morn In
at ft 30 before united states Lmmiaaioner
Oeorre B. Oliver In the federal bulldlnv
MUST PAY FRANXHIHE TAX.
leías Corperatlons Will Have to Pay Bays
Secretary ol Stale.
Hy HpctHat H'b r Co the Timr
Ausiln. Tenas. Dec. . Franchise taa-os
must be paid by corporations doing busi
ness In Texas despite the ruling or the
rederal court at Forr Worth recently In
holding unconatltutrtinal the itate law on
that point. This was ihe announcement of
D. A. Gregg secretary of state today who
baaed bis statement on the Tact that ine
holding of the court was not binding In-
asmuch as appeal had been made to the
Judge (iregg is confident Hint tne Higher
court will not uphold the decision of the
Fort Worth court In the Crane company
The "Popular's Annual
Continues Ita Matchless Valua-Glvlng
During the Remainder of This Year
A SeMñimg Event That Offers Matchless Economies
in Wearing Apparel and Accessories for
Man Woman and CMM
Storks mu9t be reduced to the minimum before listing and profits have been shorn
even losses accepted on apparel up-to-the-minute in style and quality.
Women's Misses' and Children's
Suits Coats and Dresses
Millinery Corsets and Accessories of every wanted kind.
Men's and Boys' Suits Overcoats and Stio-s of dependable grades linens; woolen
coatings dress goods and silks all are redu :ed for quick selling.
All Lots Advertised in Sunday's Paper Will Remain on Sale at the Prices Quoted as
Long as the Lots Last.
i Ml OHM COMPENSATION LAW.
Association lor Advsacement or Laztor
LtifllslatloD In session.
Bit tht Aatociatrti Prtai
Philadelphia. Dc. 88. A unirorm work
man's compensation law which would pro
vide a payment or rrom so to eo per cent
or their wates In caso or occupstlonsl
srcldent or disease snd whlrh would be
silmlnlstered by slste rommlssinns rather
than by courts was urged todsy al tne
opening session or the Joint convention or
Pre-Inventory Sale of
An exceptional opportunity to secure Shoes of the better
grades at astonishing reductions. Entire stocks have been
sorted and all broken lots and lines where one or two sizes
re missing have been grouped into two big gatherings and
marked at prices that offer the most noteworthy values of the
Women's Shoes All Sizes
In patent leather gun metal vici kid aisede
and satin; shoes that regularly sold at $3.50
$4.00 and $5.00; all styles;
Misses' Shoes Sizes Hi 11-2 to 2
In a variety of leathers and wanted styles;
not every size in every style but a complete
line of sixes in the lot; values that regularly
sold $2.00 and $2.50; all styles; choice at . .
See the Special Window
Displays on San An-
tonio and Mesa Ave.
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First Buds of
ring Are Making
I iMir A l.l..K-a..
. - "s ri
J Third Floor.
the aUnftticui Association for Labor Legis-
lation and the national conlrenrtt on un
Joseph A. Parka a member or ine man"-
irtat accident board or MaitRa'chiisi'ttH de-
clared that the fifty per cent standard or
payment provided by most of the compra
tallón laws now in Torce was Inadequate
in Massachusetts he said even (he Iwo
thirds standard was Insufficient.
"I would have the scale or compensation
ranire from Hfty per cent In the case of a
minor or unmarried employe having no
dependents lo 00 Mir cent In the case or
a married employe havlnf a family or a
single employe who la ihe sole Kiiport or
Fai-Holdler Charged Witt. Burglary.
William F. IllUeaple. a discharged aol
dler of the sixth inrantry was arrested
last mailt on complaint or Mrs. B. K. RhII.
proprietress or a rooming house over W
South Ktnnton street who charred him vviih
Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind You Have Always Bonght and which has been
In use for over SO years has borne the signature of
ana ha Den mauo unaer his prr-
tys i so nal supervision since Its Infancy.
Á4iC Allow no one to deceive you In this.
All Counterfeits Imitation and " .lust-uH-good " uro but
Experiments that trine witn ana endanger Use hntiin or
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
Oastorut is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare-
goric Drops and Hoothlng Syrups. It is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Ntzrcotlo
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It tteatrnys Worms
and allays Feverlshness. For more than thirty years It
has been in constant use for the relief af Constipation
Flatulency Wind Colic all Teeth Ing- Troubles and
Dtarrhcea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels
sussimllates tbe Food giTlng healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panaeea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
I Bears the Signature of
lo Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In 1 1 v i n v Mrs. lold the police lh.it
ithe heard Olllesple opening the doors or
thr ropms hi Iter hotel mid Inter heard
him cuter Ihe hnlhrooin wh re he was held
prisoner tmill the police arrived. In the
bathroom a gild clock was found.
charge of vagrnnry and ñusplcioiin charac
ter was docttetiMi aKalnst him hut later
was changfd lo burglary Oillenple will be
Irausrvrred to the county auttiorlileh today.
John rreslillero the young Italian who
was accidentally killed last Thursday nt
Ihe Southwestern Portland Cement plant
was born In OIomso. Italy. Msrrh ft ItMM.
i iMiri.ii service! were held Snnday and
burial was In Concordia.
ELL PASO OVERLAND AUTO CO.
Overland Automobiles and Willeys Trucks
m m san ritANCisco HTRurr
BORDERLAND AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY
Plain and Puncture Proof
Itie Quality Tiro
Cor. Myrtl & Kansas
Full Line Auto Supplies and R" Rubr
r i t & Auto Supply Co
uooonch l ires ". a as e & p. u
A. KLOKt-KHT. Prop.
Vulraalzlag plaal a Tlr DL
lis Ba rraarlaco 8k
OAKLAND AUTO SALES COMPANY '
sin SUV III .M Villi I AVKM.E
OI..M MM MUTUB
KL FASO OTO
t. R. S
IIS N. Oc
aaa WW aat a
REMY SEIRVICE STATION
Remazfnazlalni Call r.d Mcnto. l.iiuin an lnltluB I'lauia lutL.a
rail CalM BtMk or Izaaar Part. nasaa lias.
TKI tn li i ' ' l m'l't-liTI .til.. IIS Vnitri "
E. P. & S. W. BUILDING
Sell Your Hammer and Buy a KLAXON
WESTERN MOTOR SUPPLY CO.
W par hlgtH-M price on frderal and conaUtullonallat mo
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