A Whitman landmark, which closed in June due to financial troubles after being in business since the early 1900′s, is gone. Nothing except the foundation remains of Saftler’s fabric store after demolition crews finished up their job last week. But Mutual Bank, the Whitman-based bank which purchased the property at foreclosure auction told WATD’s Steven Dodrill the building has a new future in the community.
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