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W. T. Hollowell, mortician and undertaker
W. T. Hollowell, mortician and undertaker

W.T. Hollowell

In the day of tribulation consequent of the visitation of the grim hand of death it is the sorrowful duty of bereaved friends to resort to such establishments as that of Mr. W. T. Hollowell. Mr. Hollowell is a funeral director and licensed embalmer and has his office and parlors in the east room of the Masonic Temple. He also directs his attention to the business of picture frames, and in all lines he has for years had the support and confidence of the general public. He is of a frank and pleasant address, is affiliated with the Elks, K. P.'s and other lodges, and is at all times well disposed towards furthering any movement having the betterment of the city as its object.

Robert Peterson

Mr. Peterson has a finely fitted and clean restaurant at No. 210 Linden street, where short orders, lunches and meals can be provided at all hours and at popular prices. The premises are kept clean, airy and attractive, and patrons always receive full value for their money and that in good wholesome food, well cooked and courteously served. Mr. Peteson has been in business eight years and is well and favorably known by a large circle of friends and acquaintances He is honest and industrious and well deserves success.
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