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THE SCTiANTON TRIBUNE FRTD AY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 2S, 1894.
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PERSON A L.
Miss Blanche Kennedy, of Waverly, i
in tbe city.
District Attorney Kelly spent yesterday
Ei-Conuty Treasurer Ooorce Kinback.
now of Liberty, N. Y., is in the city.
Miss Stella Worrell, of Philadelphia Is
spending a short vacation In .Scranton.
Mrs William Miller and Miss May Mil
ler, of Easton, Are visiting relatives in this
vy. F. Shean registered yesterday as a
student atlnwin the office of Willard,
Warren & Knapp.
Mrs. Walsh, of Emmett street, is enter
taining Mrs. Willis and Miss Veronica Wil
lis and Miss Martha Wilson, of New York.
Misa B. McCoy and Miss Anna Shanlov,
of Hancock, N. Y., have returned home
after a pleasant Tisit with Scranton
Mrs. Will Miller, formerly Miss 8a
greaveg and Miss May Miller, of Easton,
are visiting Mrs. Eugene D. Fellows, of
So inner avenue.
Frank C. Hamilton, of Syracuse, editor
of the Commercial Travelers' Home Maga
zine, was in the city yesterday on business
connected with the laying of the corner
stone of the home at Binghamton on
Miss Llllie Mathers, dnughter of Eeese
Mathews, of West Morket street. Green
Kiuge, was married to William Mathsws
of Olvpuant last evening. The ceremony
was performed at the bride's residence by
the Rev. Mathews, grandfather of the
Mies C. Louise, daughter of Edmund B.
Hardeubereh, of Ilonesdale, and niece of
Miss I. Louise Harden bergh, of this city,
has been appointed assistant teacher of
music in the Randolph-Macon Womau's
college, Lynchburg, Va., under the emin
ent musician and teacher, Charles W.
Landau. Miss Hardenbergh left for
Lynch burg on Monday accompanied by
Addition to Sohool No. 33.
The building committee of the school
board met Inst night and decided to rec -ommend
that a two room addition be
built to school No. 83 provided that Sup
erintendent Phillips thinks the atten
dance warrants such an addition.
Night School Opto. Not. 5.
At a meeting of the teachers' committee
of the bonrd of control held last night it
was decided to open the city night schools
on Nor. 6.
On aud after Monday, October 1st, the
train from Lake Ariel which arrives In
Scranton at 8.20 a.m. will be discontinued.
There will be a grand opening of the
Misses Jenkins & Morrl, milliners, at 4(Xi
Spruce street, on Thursday, Friday and
Buy the Wbr
. and get the best. At Guernsey Bros.
Slegel's opening social Tuesday night,
A Foe to Dyspepsia
1 ; -
SPORTS ONILl KINDS
Fine Exhibition of Racing Witnessed t)j a
Small Crowd at Driving Part
WINNERS OF VARIOUS RACES
Little Agnes Went Under the Wire
First in the 2.35 Class and Blue in
the 2.40 Race Programme that
Has Been Mapped Out by the Ex
celsior Athletic Club for the Winter.
Notes About Sports.
Tbe races of the Gentlemen's Driv
ing club yesterday afternoon wero
featured by the good racing and slim
attendance. Nearly all the bents de
veloped a contest of sous sort, J. L.
Crawford and Walter Jermyn offici
ated as starters aud Frank Murrifleld
and J. Frank Siegel as judges and
Tbe fh'Bt heat of the 3.00 class wae
one of theprettiett and most changeable
trottinK exhibitions seen at the meet
ings. Mr. iluzz-ird's Frank II had the
lend by a good lentil after making tbe
first turn, and in the back stretch bad
Beauty J for compuny until on the last
turn, when Jonu Harris' J II, an add
ed starter, driven by Harry HeynoldB,
made the trio, all neck and neck.
Frauk 11 made ono of his fatal breaks
before entering the stretch and Boauty
J also lost her atriilt. J H won the
heat by two open lengths. In the sec
ond he at Net. a fast but uucuntrolable
animal, was kpt well in hand by Mr.
Goodwin until in the Inst stretch, when
she broke and lost the beat and race to
GRAY COOT'S IIAltD WOP.K.
T. L. S. was the pole horse in the
2.50 class race, mid was never headed
in the first heat, though from the head
of tbe stretch Gray foot gave him a
hruining race to Iho wire. Tbe latter
might have won the boat if lie hud
been more favored at the start. The
two bad it out in tbe next beat, which
Starter Crawford declared a dead beat.
Grayfoot had been running after pass
ing tbe quarter pole uud T. L. S. broke
a length away from tbe wire, which
they reached nosa mi 1 nose. The third
heat was a pretty contest witb T. L. 8.,
Grayfoot and lirowuy in the ; order
numed in a bnncb until on the last
turn, when T. L. S. wont into the air
:uid Gruyfoot pulled in the heat with
Drowny a short length away. Omy
foot captured the last beat from
Browny by only a scant half-length.
Bine never bad a competitor for first
position in tbe first beat 'of the 2 40 race
though the stripe for second nlnce
( fired plenty of excitement. Dr. Hill's
John was second .around the first tnrn
and was passed by Johnny in tbe
stretch, Maud L. j iued the trio on
the lust turn but broke with Jobnny.
John kept his stride and got second
placo with two lengths to spare and
three lengths behind Bine. The second
heat did not develop a contest and Blue
Little Aitnes had no difficulty in tak
ing the first heat of the last race though
Abeguil led until the head of the
stretob. Mr. Goodam had Lilllo Agnes
under a pull until near the quarter polo
which was made in 35 flat. Abagiiil
was under the whip from tbe bead of
tbe stretch bnt the gray mare won the
heat unite handily. Little Agnes
pulled in the lust heat without urging
innkintc the qnarter In 3j. the half in
1 12, the thre-qnartera in 1.49J and
the mile in 2 23 11 tt.
POSITIONS OF HORSES.
The summaries of the events follow:
Oravfoor. b. m . .Tnms Mpura . 9 il.li. 1 1
T. L. ., th. g., C. H. Seanmns.. 1 cl.b. 4 8
Urowny S, b. p., J.II.Suiberland 4 4 a 2
Coma, bl. g., II. P. Simpson.... 3 3 8 4
Time l.io, l.l.r4, l.l.l, 1.55.
Coma driven by W. U. Parke,
3 00 CLASS.
J. II., s. g., John Horn 1 1
Net, b- m., J. Im Crawford 4 2
Beauty J, s.ui., G. M. Shelly 8 3
FrooK H., br. p., F. C. Haz'zard S 6
Pilot, s. g., M. T. Keller 5 4
Eudd, ch. in., Dr. J. L. Wentz 6 5
Net driven by E. J. Goodwin, J. II. by
2 40 CLASS.
Blue. 9. p., J. H. Ladwig 1 1
John, b. g., Dr. (i. E. Hill 3 3
Maud L, b. m., Dr. J. S. Portens 3 2
Johnny, br. g., Cunrles Schadt 4 4
Fanny Blair 5 J
Time. l.H. 1.13.
Mand L, driven by C. S. Soaraans;
Jobnny by E. J. Goodwin.
2 33 CLASS.
Little Agnes, g. m., E. J. Goodwin... 1 1
Abagail, br, m., Dr. Houser 2 8
Jack, b. g., Dr. O. E. Hill 3 2
Mollie, b. m., A. L, Spencer 4 4
Time, 1.11, 1.13.
Mollie driven by W. Jermyn.
TOURNAMENT IN NOVEMBER.
Will Be Held at Monio Hall by ExoelslOr
The programme of winter sport
planned by the Excelsior Athletic
club, that of holding monthly tourna
ments at the club house, has been
abandoned. The expense would have
been heavy and there was no assurance
of sufficient patronage to meet tbe cost
to the club,
The executive committee of the club
settled witb tbe manager of Music
hall yesterday to hold a tonrnnmont on
the evenings of Nov. 20 and 21, Tbe
annual outdoor tournament of the
Amateur Atlantic association will be
held on Saturday in Philadelphia.
After tbe tournament a business meet
ing of delegates from every club in the
association will be held. At tbis meet
ing each elub will report the dates ar
ranged for its tournaments. They
will be recorded by tbe secretary and
invitations sent oat to all clubs to
compete as they may see fit
PLANS FOR TUB TOURNAMENT.
The Excelsior tournament will bring
on from New York, Philadelphia and
Trenton, no loss than a dozen of the
cream amateur boxers of the ntsocia
tton to meet tbe men of the Excelsior
Saturday's meeting at Philadelphia
was to take up tbe case of John Walsh
who fought with James Judge in this
city at the tournament held in April
at the Academy, judge beat Walsh
and was advanced to second place for
honors in tbe light weight amateur
championship. An amateur named
Early was the champion, bat he was
accused of having entered into pro
fessional fight, which would debar
him from amateur honors. The case
will come up anyhow to determine
Walsh's rifrht to tbe championship be
cause Judge has disqualified himself
y his professional tight with Jerome
Quigley, at Philadelphia, last month.
Judge is now at Camden, N. J., in
ebtrge of Professor O'Neill, who taught
tbe Excelsiors last winter. He is wait
ing to arrange for a fight with somo
one in bis class. Timothy Qaionan
leaves with President MoNally at 8:45
this afterneon. ' He will go to tbe out
door tournament of the Atlantic asso
ciation In the name of the Excelsiors
and enter with their colors. U will
compete in the one-milo run, running
high jump and pole vault. -N. H
Rocap, of Philadelphia, will be asked
to referee the Excelsior tournament
DONAHUE ALMOST BLIND.
P. J. Donahue's days as referee in the
amateur rinir are gone by. He is al
most totally blind. One day in August
be was out hunting wild pigeons. One
of the shells exploded and fearfully
burned and lacerated his face. His
eyesight was so impaired that since
then he is almost blind.
The bors of the Excelsior club are in
hard trainiug for tbe event under the
Instruction of Captain P. J. Durkiu
and are getting into fine form.
Captain Durkin, If it is poisiblo,
will be persuaded to enter the tourna
ment. He would prove a strong draw
ing card. His fighting weight is 130
pounds, and he bud a recent offer from
several substantial backers to back
him for $2,000 against any man of his
weight in the professional arena. He
refused and prefers to remain an ama
teur and it be oan be provailed to enter
tbe tournament those who see him box
may confidently expeec to be treated to
a snperb exhibition.
There will be no wrestling in the
NUBS OF SPORTING NEWS.
The Scranton Foot Ball club practiced
at the ball park yestorday afternoon.
Tne iirat game of foot ball of the season
will be played tomorrow afternoon be
tween the Scranton eleven and the eleven
from the Wyoming seminary.
This morning beginning at 9 a. m. and
continuing until 0 p. m. will be held the
til at annual pigeon hooting match of the
Green Kidge Gun club. Tbe shoot is for
the championship of the state and a num
ber of good prizos are offered. Among the
well known wing shots who have entered
are: F. M. Spencer. F. II. demons, Harry
Young, Fred Masou, Dr. J. W. Uousur,
Thomas J. Eley, Dr. II. M. Beck, A. O.
Monies, H. D. Swans. R. J. Grimes, Will
Fry, David J, Davis, Clem Marsh, jr.,
Sim Davis, John Coyne, H. W. Kistlor.
J. A. Van Brien, C. C, Stack house, Dr,
C. L. Hill, L, Bunnell, C. J. Maddock, E.
A. Hightield. V. J. Uighnuld, W. II. Dav
enport, Thomas Carter, Phil. Wiiliams,
James Twisi", L. Young, C. M. Brownell,
W. G. Faiwold. Thomas Lewis, Will H.
Davis, J. D. Mason, Robert Wallace, W.
H. Whatley, Will Spuser, and W. Anna-man.
LETTERS PROM THE PEOPLE
Under this hoadinpr short lottors of Intorfoftt
will be publis lied when accompanied, for pub
lication, by tho writer's name. TiibTiuhi'NE
will not be held responsible for opinions here
MR. CARTER'S CLOSING LETTER
Editor of tub Tribune:
Sir: My legal advisor has requested me
to confine myself to un explanation of the
"libelous" article in yesterday's Tribune,
so far as my relation to Dudley Buck is
concerned. 1 copy a letter from this fa
mous composer written me while at home
in Clean, attending a sick father;
"Dear Mr. farter:
I have just received your registered
letter with enclosure. I am sincerely
sorry that you are forced to stop
just now; aud I am not speaking
trom merely the business pecuniary stand
point, although it upsets my time rather
badly, on account of pupils refused in or
der to accommodate you with the choice
hours of the afternoon. However, your
excuse is ample and I think myself you
ought to be ou baud. 1 trust you will re
commence at the earliest pos.-iblo oppor
tunity. Yon have real talent and I would
like to make my mark upon you. When
yon are able to begin let me know a little
iu advance (a week or two) that I may ar
range time. Very truly yours, D. B.
120 Amity street.
Brooklyn, Nov. 20, "87."
Who told a falsehood?
William H. Sherwood, the great pianist,
gave a concert at Olean, my home, Sept.
14, 1SUI, and iu an interview published in
Clean Herald next day Baid: "I am glad
you have mentioned Mr. Carter. Nothing
gives me greater pleasure than au oppor
tunity to express my opinion of that
young man. I believe George Carter has
before him some of the grandest possibili
ties as an American musician. He has al
ready doveloped some of the best qualities
of artintis musicianship and skill in the
treatment of both tbe piano aud organ of
any young man I have bad the pleasure of
teaching, and I expect great things of
him. I am very proud to call him my
pupil. I think 'he has a manly and amia
ble disposition which ought to endear him
to his friends aud make him liked as much
as he is admired. Carter is one of the
calibre I should be glad to have associated
with me in Chicago, and it may be that he
will be at some time iu the future."
As to playing dance music, I quote from
a letter received nine years ngo from the
buffalo School of Music: "We have a musi
cal Saturday afternoon. Cnn you come up
and play the 'Rondo Capriccio' Of Mendel
ssohn?" A word with the Welsh people in con
clusion: With nil the taleut, musical abil
ity and determination you possess, are
yon satisfied witb the progresr of your
people? I claim that with proper instruc
tion soloists amou you might have be
come famous. Who is your greatest
friend the one who feeds upon you with
out producing the results desired or the
one who sees the possibilities of your peo
ple in Scranton aud knows tbnt with
proper instruction the beautiful voices
might have hold every position in Scran
Trusting yon will give this careful con
sideration uninfluenced by those using
yon to further their own ends, and witb
best wishes, I am
Giiorqe B. Carter.
City and School Taxe, 1804.
The city and school tax duplicates for
the year 18(14 are now iu my hands for
collection, Persons wishing to pay can do
so now, or any persou requiring state
ments of taxes by giving ward and loca
tion of property will be promptly
It. G. Brooks, City Treasurer.
Municipal building, Washington avenue.
Oillce hours from (I a. m. to 5 p. m., ex
cept Satuurday, this office wili bo closed
Closing out russett, oxfords and russott
dluchera at reduced prices. Also ladies'
bog, foxed, congress razor toes, pretty
styles. A. C. Netti.eton & Co.,
The $40,000 Fchool House
for Columbia avenue has been let and will
be commenced immediately. There are
still a few lotB left at a low price.
Office, Theater Lobby.
There will bo a grand opening of tho
MIbsos Jenkins & Morris, milliners, at 400
Spruce street, ou Thursday, Friday aud
Tbe championship gold medal and tbe
gold stop watch to be shot for on Sept. 28,
are now on exhibition in the wiudow of
Phelps drug store.
Stated by H. B. Cochran, druggist, Lan
caster, Pa. Have guaranteed over 300
bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters for dys
pepsia, sour stomach, bilous attacks, liver
and kidney trouble.
Pillsbury's Beet makes beet bread.
GRUENERAVAT80N At the residence
of tbe bride's parents, by Rev. H. U.
Harned, Sept. 20, 18U4, Mr. Gustavo
Gruener, of Scranton, Pa., and Miss Anna
M. Waison, of Uamlinton, Wayne county.
LOVELARS-GREENE At the parsonage
of the Penn Avenue Baptist church by
the Rev. Warren G. Partridge, Miss
Luoy A. Greene to Mr. James A. Love-loss.
Considering Plans Tor Extending the IoDotaca
or Mission Wort i 1
CONVENTION AT GREEN RIDGE
Held by the Women's Foreign Mis
sionary Society of the Methodist
Episcopal Churches of This Dis
trict Many Interesting Papers
Read Talks on the Work Being
Done In Mission Fields Officers
The annual meeting of the Wo
men's Foreiirn Missionary soeioty of
Methodist Eptsoopal chureb of the
Wyoming district was held yesterday
in the Asbnry Methodist Episcopal
churoh ' at Monsey avenue and Dela
ware street, Green Ridge. Tbe meet
ing wasoDoned by devotional exercises
led by Mrs. M. S. Hard, of Kingston,
who read that portion of tho gospel of
St. Mark referring to the anointing of
Christ by Mary, after which Rev. Mr.
Hiorns aud Mrs. Sweet Gardner led in
Mrs. W. W. Ives in greeting tbe dele
gates to tbe chureb and convention
said that the aim of the convention was
to increase the effectiveness of tbe dif
ferent auxiliaries. Womn are apt to
underestimate their ability, although
they have been in the lead of every cru
sade for any good purpose.
She was followed by Rev. A. F. Chaf
fee, who weloomed the delegates to the
ebureh because he thought it wonld be
the means of creating new enthusiasm
that will extend into all the branches
of church work, Iu the absence of
Mrs. J. B. Summer and Mrs. G. C. Ly
man the responses were made by Mrv.
M. 8. Hand, Mrs, Lee, of Plains, and
Mrs. Parsons, of Waverly.
REPORTS OP OFFICERS.
The report of the rocording secretary
and treasury were read and adopted.
Mrs. Leo, tbe corresponding! secretary,
reported having sent out 10S blank pos
tal cards, all of wbiob have not yot
been returned, fifty-four reports and
having organizsd an auxiliary of thir
teen members at Wunntnie.
Delegates from tho Wyoming, Kings
ton, West Pittston, WilkHs-Bsrre.
Plains, Yates, Avooa. the Elm Park
chureb, Simpson, Memorial, Provi
dence and Asbnry church auxiliaries
gave very encouraging reports, Wyom
ing has the banner auxiliary, for al
though only three years old it has now
forty-two mem bore and raised and dis
tributed 540 for mission! y purposes.
Mrs. V. II, Pearce told of her visit
to Miss Hull's school in Rjui?. She
said. that tbe soholurs ave trom all the
different classes, some of tbein being
able to pay for their tuiiion while
others are not. Tbe sohool is of the
8'ime grade as tbe government sciioola.
A large number of the pupils are
tanglvt the English language, as most
of tbe bnsineis houses need at least
one who is conversant in it because of
the largo number of tourists.
The president then appointed Mrs.
Parsons, Mrs. Price and Mrs. Fuller as
a committee on resolutions; Mrs. Dale,
Mrs. Ives and Miss Wad ham a commit
tee for notninntiug tbe officers for the
ensuing ye.ir, and Mrs. Furey, Mrs.
Smith and Mrs. Lea to prepare the pro
gramme of the next meeting, and Mrs.
Hiorns aud Mrs Chaffee to send greet
ings to tbe convention of tbe Honesdnle
district, whieh was in sossion at tbe
time in Dunmore. Mrs. C. W. Green
was introduced to tbe delegates jnst
before adjournment. The ladies of the
church bad prepareda luncheon, which
was served to about seventy poople in
tbe Sunday school rooms iu tho base
ment. TUK A1TEIINOON SESSION.
The afternoon session w.is oponod
witb devotional exercises ld by Mrs.
C. D. Simpson, of tbe Elm Park
church, Mrs. C. W. Green, late of
Japan, leadiug in prayer. Mrs. F. II.
Parsons' paper on ''Do I Help, or Hin
der," was very entertaining. Mrs.
Bsuton T. Jayne sang "Lo, the Golden
Sheaves Are Shining, "after wbicn Mrs.
C. W. Green, who lias but recently re
tired from the work after upending
over eight years in the mission-fioids
in Japan, spoke on the work that was
done.' She showed tbe audience a loi
ter written iu English by a member of
a class of girls that she had taugat for
some time. It wus written on a roll of
puper abouty twenty-five feet long and
six inches wide. Mrs. . W. C. MacDon
aid, desisted by Miss Barnice Conger,
then recited "The Watchman ou the
Miss Lizzie Raub gave a very concise
account of the "School at Lucknow,"
saying that is was organized by Miss
Col burn with six girls aud in two
months had increased to twenty-five,
aud at the beginning of this year il
contained over a hundred girls and a
college bad also been started.
Tue report of the committee on reso
lutions was then read, iu which the
convention thanked the ladies of the
Asbnry church for their luueheon,
hearty welcome and all who took Dart,
Thd nominating committee reported
in favor of keeping the same officers
for another year, witb the addition of
Heal Enamel 7 cents
Silver Oxidized, c. rt conta
Belt Pins 7 cents
The :e. kind.
Rexford Jewelry Co,
"We we prepared to furnish all
kinds of School Books and School
Supplies at short notice
We always have in stock a com
plete' line of Blank Books, Sta.
tionory and Office Supplies.
Wall Paper, WindowShades
' Pictures and Frames.
WHEN YOU WANT TO LOOK ON THE BRIGHT
SIDE OF THINGS, USE
Mrs. G. T, Price as vice president.
Tbe officers are: President, M. S. Hand,
vice president, G. T. Price; recording
secretary, Mrs. Dr. Meixell; corre
sponding secretary, Mrs. J. N. Lea;
treasurer, Mrs. W. W. Loouiis. Tbe
report was accepted apd the officers
elected by asolamation. The couven
was closed by Rev. A. F. Chaffee pro
nouncing the benediction.
' la the future when we have a youug
man or young lady of merit we shall an
nounce the tuct in these columns.
We have now a bright youug man, good
penmau, accurate in figures, 20 years old
who wishes a place in au office as book
keeper. Wanted A large, handsome young lady,
of fine personal appearance who under
stands stenography. Position In large
general office. Good salary.
Wood's Coli.eok of Business akd Short
Saturday, Monday and
Tuesday, Sept. 29, and
Oct 1 and 2.
Onr store at present is
full of quaint and pretty
designs for all manner of
A visit will repay you.
WEICHEL & MILLAR
n6 Wyoming Ave.
And every shoe
in the house is
new. No old
stock. We can fit
your feet and
tickle your purse
to the opening point.
li U U .rmm.
YOU1I S11.0J5 MAX
410 Spruce Street
tor whatever may bo the namj of your
better halt) come iu and see what she likes
among that elegant lino of Fancy Colorod
Bosom Shirts that we nought yesterday.
They nro to bo woru with white collars
aud are cut right down to the danger
A Dollar Takes One,
BOTH STORES. .
Christian, The Hatter.
412 Sl'lit'CK ST. and
205 LACK' A. AVENUH,
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BICYCLKS AND SPOUTING
'floteri Oendron, Eoltpee, LovelL Diamonk
and Other Whoel.
Ira at PrcMDl Uw Hoit Pofmlar tad PMtand by
205 Washington Av. Scranton, Pa,
W & u u u u
Martin & Delaziy
Custom Tailor3 and Clothiers,
308 Lacka. Ave,
Cloaks and Millinery
"On th9 Fence."
Soon be over the season for ridinjr. II
you want a Bicycle now, is the time to set
it. We are clearing up all stock, and will
give you such a cbauos as you never had
before. One ot our bargains:
A Fir-it-clnss, High Crade $150 Bicycle
Brine your cash and GET OFF THE
CLARENCE IvL FL0REY
Successor to Florey & Holt
A THING OF BEAUT!
OUR CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT
The favorite resort of Sorauton is now fillod to overflowing witli
the choicest anil most varied assortment of novelties ever shown.
Our line of
Tho largest in the city, contains many new and desirable fabrics,
many of which are exclusively with us. Our 3 ALL-WOOIi
REEFER is a beauty.
-rtP'nt fa y ,
IS L'-j L
The Gallan Combinallon Outfit.
PENN CLOTHING k SHOE USE
137 AND 139 PENN AVENUE.
Complete Outfitters. S, L. GALLEN
OI'KN VLYLXINGS TILL 0.30 O'CLOCK.
ARGE LINE 0
in Blue and Black'
Also, a first-class
stock of Imported
Suitings and Trous-
By DS. SHIIIBE22-,
The Sreetaliit on the E? Headaches an Netv
voueneai relieved. Latest and Improved Stylo of
KyeeUfsea aud Spectacles at tlie Loweit Prioei,
Best Artificial Eyea insertod for ti.
305 sritUCE ST., Opp. Old Post OBlce.
133 FRANKLIN AVE.
are now doina prnral Drug, Taint and
Oil business at tho above location, daring tho
erection of our store buildiuK recently de
stroyod by fire.
In Every DcpirtnM.
OCR TF.LF.rHONE CALL, 0. 823. At
orders promptly fillod and delivered to any:
part of the city.
133 Franklin A v.
IS A JO! FOREB
A BUSSING TO MOTHERS,
A Suit. -Extra Panta and Cap
to match, made of Strietly
ALL WOOL material; war
ranted not to rip; doable teat
and doable knees In both Pants ;
suitable for dress or school
Duplicate this In this city and
the Outfit il yours gratis.