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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1900.
Cleanses the System
Gently and Effectually
when v bilious or costive.
resents itt, the most acceplablefbm
the Inxath'C principles ofplants
Jcnon'ii to act most heneflcioffy.
TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS
BUY THE GENUINE MANF'D. BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUPCO.
. SAN FRANCISCO, CAl.
LOUISVIltE , KY. NEW YORK, N.Y.
tor tale ty tfrvfgisfs - price SO per bottle.
BEST IN TOWN.
LACKAWANNA DAIRY CO
UrlepboneOrderi Promptly Dell verel
2J-.137 Adams Avenue.
Srjanfon Transfer Co.
Baggage Checksd Direct to Hotels
and Private Residences.
Office D., L. & W. Passenger
'Station. Phone 625-
DR. H. B. WARE.
Eye, ar. Nose aud Throat
.-Qr? Hours a. . to 11.30 p. m.: ! to .
' Jlllatns Building, , Opp. Pojtofllc
10I..Ui:i OIIDI.NWtl. .Mm Jnne. ol rt
Sinntoti, u.is (".('ld.u cointtiltU'it to tlic coun.
y jail by Alilnin.iti H. l).iis llf it (hnripil
. 1 1 1 1 u'oUtiug ,i illy owlliuiiir.
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not ill. (1 ji'-tuiln cif t ho di.illi i ll.ii(l .loin'-,
ol fii-jl Wujno inn in1. An iini'-tuJtion will lie
liudu in tliu t.i-o 10ll.ll
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i ill iij iompim p.ml .Mintln .it t lie nmliiiic
hliulK nitl llio rijiui ami lliitliin rnllit'i'cN. To
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lllitlV llolllln llll1 lliH'iloil at II.' lil'A" llllUlllll'4
wiul nt thi; Iu l,.u ,um i lio;pit.il. Ml who 1.1:1
i.mlilliuti' or 'nil IiiIipj ulm .onlil lie wllllo
in stw mi ililldii'n's KJiinuit'J pli io rnmniuiii.
oitp wliuMI-s Kii'iiiii'r, siijiciliiuiHlont of llio
ltllfil'l Ml MIII.TINU. Tin- WoiiuiiV roifUti
Mlssioniiy Kiility of the l'iu( I'u'-.li.itfilan
cIhikIi will liolil ilii'h u'iilai' uionllilv meilliu
on 'lhi!iil.iy (tlleinoon it 4 o'cloil; in llio ihnuli
ldtino i oi,iii.( MUj fluilutto lliwhc, a ini8.-iun-niy(whn
ictciitv ii nipil frcm C'lim, will aii.
iln tlio iiioiSQm,',
5M.li H'ivn.M'.-lh.' nnniiil ineetliii; c!
tlu'JjMni' llnsUMl pifiity of Noilln'.uti'in IVnn.
tjhjniii, will '- lu'Ul nl tho lioaul of tiaile
loouto, I'rldaj rijninqr, Xov, I), at ,M o'lloil?, at
wMHi I imp illlcii aio tu lie rieoloil fur (lie en.
BiilnV juip ori'iiM aie lo he read ami atunsc.
mipf ntt'o- for t( anmnl rtimicr.
Complete HnWlnf eort flefy ribbed
timjerwear, peiffcet fiUlntf; inont de
flrajile Roods i have ever seeii, AH
Mz-j'ut inc. 20c, -p" so": nccordlnR- to
elite. MMARS & UAPKN.
Vo buy tho lowest
And boll the lowest. '
Olir store Is tho smallest,,
tUjr.expenneR tho least. ,
TJlis Is why we have no competition.
Our prices aro bulow conipaUliun It
purohiisots will coifilder t'.uullty.
This Is made pololbla by always
jiaj'Ju spot,cauh foa,all-we buy. Our
plaluis aiifl orKans are(nold on easy
month)y payments If purchasers bo
eslre, or at a Ilbtral discount for
1 convince all
Asvir prices are si small
And the quality offifoodi mi nil,
That it Ouernsey 'Brothers is the
largest Haul. I
N 114 Washington ave.
Steam Heating an'd Plumbing.
. P, M.jr, Howtoy,t Wyoming ave.
AN OPERATIC RECITAL.
.It Will Be Given In the Lyceum on
Thi! Hrcllal club, which incliulcn
pupils of MaiUune Tlinbermiin-Itnn-ilolph
nnil othorn, will give nn operatic
rocltnl, December 3, In the Lyceum for
tho 'benefit of the H&hncinnnn hospltnl.
It will be by far the most elabortttu
mid beautiful entertainment ever pre
sented In this city by local talent. In
Mtend of taking nn cntlri' opera, It Is
proposed to nlvo the prettiest nclR from
aevernl, nmont? them "The Chlmei of
Nm mainly," "The Mikado" mud "Katl
nltzn." The utmost care will bo bIvoii
to details of uostumlng and stnffo set
tlnsr, and with 'the contents of the most
elegant drawlnR-rooms of the city nt
the disposal of the committee It may
well .be Imagined that few professional
performances have ever been produced
hero which rould rival the magnificence
of the pioposed affair.
Tho Itocltal club Is composed of many
leading vocalists of this region, und tho
various bcoiich arranged for the enter
tainment will afford opportunity for
distinction In several roles.
An additional feature of Interest will
bo an ontr' act programme, In which
the famous Spanish Onchuka donee
will bo given, while a most fascinating
tableau effect, "The Artist's Dream," In
will I oh beautiful statuary will 'be posed,
Is nlso to be an attraction.
Tho recital will bo directed by Mrs.
Harry K. Dixie, who Is to begin tho
rehearsals nt once. In order to accom
modate the throngs of people who are
sure to attend, a matinee will be elven.
GIRL RUN DOWN BY
A RAILROAD TRAIN
Fileda Herbst Was Terribly Injured
on the Delaware and Hudson,
Near Snquoit Mill.
Fileda Jlerbst, tho 14-year-old
dnuKhter of Mrs. Frieda Herbst, o
Moltkc avenue, South Scranton, was
tun over yesterday mornlnf? by a pas
senger train on the Delaware and
Hudson lallroad and had her left leg
bo badly mangled thnt it was later
amputated at the Lackawanna hospi
tal. The child also suffered several
severe scalp wounds and was badly
bruised and cub about her entire body.
From the time of the accident,
about 12 o'clock, until several houts
after her admittance to the Lacka-
uanna hospital, she was unconscious,
and last night was reported to
be Mi .i very serious condition.
The accident happened at the lall
toad tracks near the Saqulot Silk mill,
wheie the little girl Is employed. At
noon she, with .the other 'girls, had
her hour for lunch and recieation.
She passed merrily out of the building
and, with several young companions,
was romping gaily about the street,
all unconscious of Hie approaching
In the meanwhile, the 12.03 Delawate
and Hudson passenger train, from
Wilkes-Bane, was coming up the
track at a very high speed. None of
the girls in the road paid any atten
tion to the ttain as it- rapidly drew
near, and when It was only a bhort
distance away, Frieda Herbst made a
faudden quick movement Vo cross the
tracks, and her young ft lends turned
away with a chorus of shrieks to avoid
witnessing the tenible sight which
met their gaze.
The gteat mass of lion and steel
pushed direct against the child, who
was thrown with her one leg lest
ing on the tiack. "Befote the engi
neer, by using all his energy, could
stop tho train, the giant wheels had
passed over the girl's left leg, and
when the train was backed up and
little Fileda was picked up by a score
of helping hands, the leg was a mass
of splintered bone and toin bhreds
of bleeding flesh.
The Lackawanna hospital, was noti
fied, and soon Dr. Walker arrived with
the ambulance. Tho child was taken
to tho hospital and there removed to
the operating room, as amputation of
the leg was unavoidable.
Dr. A. .T. Connell, of the hospital
staff, perfoimed the operation, as
sisted by tho senior resident surgeon,
Dr. J. W. Husch, and Dr. Claudo Wal
ker. The limb was seveiod just be
low the knee. Tho cuts on the scalp
and face wounds were dressed, and
thtoughout the tcmalnder of tho day
the girl did as well as could be ex
pected. Jits. Herbst, the child's al
most heatt-broken mother, remained
at the hospital tlnoughout the en
tile time, watching by her daughter's
side, with a face so full of sortow and
agony that it gave a heart ache to
everyone who saw tho lonely figure be
side the little white col.
MADE THEIR FINAL VOWS.
Two Young Women Received Into
Order of Sisters of Mercy.
"At 7 o'clock this morning two young
ladles, pustulnntn In St. Mary's con
vent, made their llnal professions oC
chastity, poverty und obedience, conse
crated their lives to God and took the
black veil" of tho order of the Sisters
of Mercy," says yesterday's Wilkes
J1.il io Times.
"The vowb were received by night
Rev. Bishop Hoban In the ptotty
chapel oi St. Mary's convent, and tho
services uttendant thereon were beuu
tlful und Impressive. The altar and
chapel were beautifully decorated with
a profusion of lloweis and brilliant
with clusters of lighted candles.
i "The postulants were Sister Uorro
meo, founerly Miss Anna Dunn, ot
Wilmington, Del., and Sister Gene
vieve, formerly Miss Kate Ituddy, of
I'lalns, The profession was preceded
by a mass, celebrated by tho bishop.
Fathers McAndrew and Dunn, of this
city; Father Judge, of Sugar Notch,
and Father Hussie, of Plains, were
alto present and assisted nt the ser
vice. The ehapel was filled with
friends of tho two slstors, many being
from Wllmlngtdn. Del., Towanda,
Plains and this city.
"After the vows were received tho
bishop preached a short sermon on the
beautiful and peaceful lives of thoso
who devoto themselves wholly to the
service of tho Lord."
WILL INITIATE GOBIN.
Is to Become a Member of Gohin
Command, SpauiBU War Veterans.
Brigadier General J. P. S. Gobln, for
whom the local command of the Span
ish war veterans was named, has ac
knowledged tho honor in a very pleas
ant letter to tho otllcers of tho com
mand aud expresses a wish to become
enrolled In Us membership.
The command Is making arrange
ments for a big celebration In tho
coursr of a few weel.fc to mark the
occasion of General Gobln's Initiation.
The date Is to be fixed to suit the hit
OF THE HOUSE
LACKAWANNA SENDS A REPUB
Each of the Legislative Districts of
the County Gave the Republican
Candidates a Rousing Qood Vote,
and All Four of Them Are Elected
by Very Snug Pluralities Sum
mary of the Vote in Each Legisla
tive District, ns Well as the Vote
in Detail by Election Districts.
The tables printed In tho last edition
of yesterday's Tribune showed that
Republicans were elected In each of
tho four legislative dlBtrlets of tho
Tables carefully compiled yesterday
from the open returns In the prothon
otary's ofllce showed that Tho Trib
une's figures were almost absolutely
The summary of the legislative vote
In each district follows:
T. J. Reynolds, R 3931
Timothy Hayes, D 3485
Corner Reese, P 189
Reynolds' plurality 446
John J. Scheuer, R., re-elected 4303
M. D. Flaherty, D 3955
Rev. Levi Bird, P 117
Scheuer's plurality 348
" THIRD DISTRICT.
Edward James, jr., R 2591
John H. Bonner, D 1781
John L. Lacoe, P 485
James' plurality 810
P. A. Phllbin, R 4771
P. E. Timlin, D 4343
William J. Evans, P 320
Philbin's plurality 428
In the accompanying tables the do
talls of the vote in each district aro
FIRST LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT.
Knir ward, 1'irst Uiat
l'irst ward, Pocond ilitt
I'irst ward. Third dist ,
l'nit wjiiI, Kourlli (list
I'irst ward. Fifth ilNt
"cconil ward. llrt ilisL
Stcond ward, Scioud di?t
.second ward, 'Ihiul dist
M-conil w.ud, fourth di.t ,
Second w.ud, 1'iftli ilist ,
'J hud ward, i'irst clist
Third ward, .second ilist ,
J'oiuth waid, l'iiit dist ,
l'omtli ward. Second iliit ,
Fourth ward, Thud ilit ,
rouilli ward, fourth dist ,
fifth Maul, fust ilitt ,
fifth waul, hecond dist ,
fifth ward, Third di5t ,
fifth waul, Kouitli dist
Mxlli ward, fust dist
Sixth waid, Second del
fouileentli waid, first ihi-l
fourteenth ward. Second dist ....
fifteenth waid, first (list
fifteenth waid, hecond di,.t
Twcnty-lirKt ward, flint ilist ..,
Tncnt) .flint waid, becoud ili-it ....
SECOND LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT.
Seenth waid, fit"disl
Seeu(li waid. Second dist
SmriiHi ward, Third dist
fiBlith waul, firt di,l
Eighth waid, Second dist
Ninth ward, flnt dist
Ninth ward, Second dist
Ninth ward, Thlid dist
Tenth w.ud, I list dist
Tenth waid, Second dist
fleienth ward. First dlsi
1 leventh ward, Second dist ....
fleienth ward, Third dit
Twelfth ward, Flit dist
Twelfth waid, Second dist
'llilitccnth wuul. fuel dist ....
Thirteenth ward, Second dist .,
'Jhirleenth ward, Tliiul dist ...
Sixteenth ward, first dist ....
Sixteenth ward. Second dist ...
Scicnteclnh ward, First dist...
Seicutecnth ward, Second ilist
seventeenth waid, Third dist ..
Nineteenth waid, fimt dist ....
Ninelienth ward, Second dist ..
Nineteenth wjrd, Third dist ...
Nineteenth ward, Fourth dist ..
Twentieth ward, first ilist ....
Twentieth ward, Second dist ,.
Twentieth ward, Third dist ....
Twentieth waul, fuuitli dist ..
THIRD LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT.
Vo Initl on
(ilenhurn , ,,,,
(ireenfidd , ,.,
laicUwanua South dLtiict ,
West district ,
i:a.t district ,
Northeast ilUhlct ,
Soutliwist district ,
I.I l'liuiio illstrlot ,
l.chigli district ,
Madlion di.trlct ,
Moiisii! borough ill.trlct ,
Newton dlstilct ,
North Abii'Rtoii district
Old forco township ...,,, ,
Old forsce-flmt dlstilct
fourth district ,,,
Hati.on first district ,,, ,,
Second distilct ,,,,,,
Scott ,, ,,,,,
Suanto.i Sixth ward, Third dist ,,
Siriiiif ilrooU ,,,..,
South AuliiKloii-l'list di.tiict ,
Second ilbtrlcl ,.,,,
Thlid distiht ,
Sec criil ward ,
Third ward ,,,, ,,,
Fifth ward ,......,, i,, .,,,,,,
N'aurly ,,.,,.,, .....,,..,
West Abiniitoii , , ,,,
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
lias been "sed for ov er , ITFTY YErs by
MILLIONS ol MOlTIKRS for their CIIILDRE.V
1ILE TElrillNa. tilth PERFECT SUCCESS.
It SOOTHES tin CHILI). SOFTENS tli uUifS
ALLAYS ill PAlNl CUBES WIND COUO. and
i tho test remedy for PUnitHOL'A. Sold by
UruifgWts In cvciy part ol thu world. Ho 6U
and ask for "Sirs. Window' Soothing byrun,"
and take no other Mud. Twenty-ate cent, a
FOURTH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT
Arcliliahl-riist ward, Hut illt ..
first wiril, Second dlit
Scond ward, Flnt dlt ........
Rlakely Fli.t ward
Third ward ., ,
C.itlioni!.ili tuwmhip X. W. dlit...
Carlmndilf rirtt wan!, Firit dirt..
rirst ward. Third dlt
Second ward, Flint di.l
Hecond wnrd, Pfcond illut
Hecond wml, Third IK
Third ward, flrt dist
'Ihlrd ward, second dist
Third ward, Thlid dint
Third wnrd, Fourth dlt...
fourth ward, first dlit
fourth waid, Second dht
fourth wml, Third dist
fifth ward, First dlt
fifth ward, Scond dist f
sixth ward, First dist
Sixth ward, Second dist
Dickson Clty-Flrst ward
Dumnore First ward, I'lril dist...
First ward. Siromt dist
Hciond ward. First rti.t
SYiomt ward. Second Jlst
Third ward, firV; dist
Third wrd, Kcond dist
Third wnrd, Third dist
l-ourth vard ,
.Sixth rd, Fust dist
HUth watd, Sfccnd dist
Fll township-First district ,
Jennyn First waid ,
Second ward .,,
1 rd ,
Olyphant lint ward
Third ward, Fint district
Third ward, Second district ....
1 ourth ward
Winton First ward
Second ward ,.
MEETS SAD MISHAP
Drank Ammonia in Mistake for a
Cough Medicine While Hurriedly
Responding to Serenade.
For a time yesterday it was feared
that Recorder-elect Emll Bonn would
never enjoy the fruits of his valiant
and successful fight.
Early in the morning a party of his
admiring fi lends, on their way home
from the central city, stopped at his
residence, CIS Flttbtou avenue, and pro
ceeded to give him a serenade.
On the way from hia bedroom to re
spond to the greeting ibe hurriedly and
excitedly reached for a bottle of cough
medicine, which he had been using1 to
cure a hoarseness brought on by the
campaigning, but instead of taking tho
throat remedy he got ihold of a bottle
of llnament, of which ammonia was
the principal Ingredient, and took a
small swallow of Jt before ihe discov
ered his mistake. Seven drops diluted
in an ounce of water was 'the prescribed
maximum dose for an adult. He drank
about a teaspoonful raw.
The burning'paln,caused to his mouth
and throat and thejSickness Induced to
his stomach prostrated him, and when
Dr. A. J. Kolb and Dr. L. M. Gates ar
rived in response to a hurried sum
mons they found him in a. state of al
most complete collapse.
The dangerous, dlicct effects of the
ammonia were readily overcome, ibut
the shock to his system, already debili
tated by the hardships and exposures
on the campaign, may bring on serious
consecjuenees, the doctors say.
No Grand Store.
We have no grand warorooms but
we have a nice little store well adapt
ed to our business where our expenses
are the lowest and where every In
strument Is paid for the day it arrives.
This way of doing business enables us
to ofter grand grades of pianos at
grand low prices and give the pur
chaser the most possible value for his
money. Cash customers will not bo
disregarded while those less fortunate
and needing a little time will be treat
ed just as courteously and the amount
agreed on bo accepted In easy month
Will prove to all
That pianos took atfall
114 Washington ave.
Denied the Accusations.
"I hae eomo to joii," said tho reporter,
a repreeentalhe, lifelong Democrat '
"But I sm not a lifelong Democrat," pro
tested the eminent cltiien. "Tho first three or
four j ears ot my life I paid no attention to poli
tics at all." Indianapolis Tress.
Black Meltou, seven rows of stitching, tourist , ft
patch pocket, $5,00 value for $2,y5
Twenty-seven Sample Skirts, all fine tailored gar
ments, in black, grey, Oxford blue and brown, at one-
quarter less than regular prices.
Misses' reversible, , in beautiful Clan a j w
For misses, in brown, castor aud blue, It's a & -
Another lot of scinch all wool tailor Veuetiaus, ft
all new mixtures, $1,00 value, for only 7vC
Vicunas, 50-inch, real $i.2c, value, iu shades of
slates, modes, browns, blues, greens, wine and fi nn
garnet, Our price , plUU
SEE OUR WINDOWS.
415-417 Lackawanna Avenue.
POLICE NOW KNOW WHO
PHILIP 8LOANE IS.
His Real Name Is Philip McManus
and He Was Paroled from the El
mlra Reformatory and Is Now
Wanted at That Institution for
Breaking the Terms of His Parol.
He Served Two Years In That In
stitutionNothing Heard as to
The police are now assured that In
arresting on suspicion last week the
two men, who gave their nnmes ns
Frank Sloano and George Dnvls, they
made no -rnlstnko, and that tho two
Htrangors are both wanted in other
cities for tho commission of a crime.
Advices from Elmlra tell that Sloane,
whoso real nnme Is Philip McManus,
Is a paroled prisoner of tho Elmlra
teformatory, and officers are dally ex
pected from that Institution to take
him back to the Imperial state.
McManus now admits his identity
and furthermore admitted that the
jewelry found In his possession when
he was arrested was secured by
crooked means. Just how this was
done, however, he will not tell, and
stubornly refuses to throw any light
on this part of the transaction.
As will be remembered, he and his
companion, Davis, as he calls lilmsclf,
were arrested In the early part of
last week by City Detective John
Molr, Mounted Officer Block and Con
stable Will Thomas. The two men had
been visiting various central city ho
tels and there tried to secretly dis
pose of an amount of jewelry. One
of the hotel keepers, who did not like
the aspect of the operations, notified
the police and the arrest of the duo
When taken Into custody, a neatly
tied parcel, which one of the men car
ried, was opened and found to con
tain a miscellaneous collection of cheap
watches, rings, scarf-pins and other
jewelry, the greater part of which was
bogus, but some of which proved to
be genuine. When arraigned before
Mayor Molr, the prisoners gave their
nnmes as Sloane and Davis, and
claimed lo be jewelry pedleis. They
appeared very hazy, however, regard
ing the place whenc they came here
and when asked where their homes
were, gave very evasive and discon
At the conclusion of the hearing,
it was decided to hold them until their
cases could be further Investigated.
Each of the men was photographed,
and his measurements taken accord
ing to the Bertlllon system, and sev
eral copies of the resulting likenesses
were made. These were forwarded to
a large number of police bureaus In
cities of the east, and yesterday Chlef-
of-Police Robllng received an answer
The Parlor City sleuths on receiv
ing the photograph of the man who
gave his name as Sloane, immediately
recognized the features as those of
one Philip McManus, a resident of
BInghamton. He was arrested a lit
tle over two years ago, seriously
charged, and at his trial received the
sentence of eighteen yeais In the El
SERVED TWO YEARS.
He served for about two years ot
this, and then for good behavior and
other causes, was released on parole.
This parole was to consist of his be
ing afforded practically absolute lib
erty, with the proviso that on the first
day of each month he was to report
at the reformatory, either In person,
or send a written statement of his
This parole was soon broken by
McManus, and all trace of htm was
lost until the picture was received at
BInghamton, and In turn forwarded to
Elmlra. When Chief Robllng yester
day acquainted McManus that his
Identity was discovered ho acted In a
very philosophic manner, and non
chalantly dioppod a lemark to the
effect that he didn't come by the
jewelry In any honest way.
Nothing further has been learned re
Yesterday's Marriage Licenses.
Tony Mlcho Utlca
Virginia Cerla Dunmore
"Is ho a trustworthy patriot?" asked the earn
"I should say so," answered Senator Sorghum.
"A man that can make money as brilliantly as
he can la worthy ot ll the trusts he is able to
Before the frost gets; them, and you had better do it at
once. First get your Jardinieres at this store, for we
have just what you want at the price you want to pay.
We have some In beautiful Rookwood Effects at
amazingly low prices, from ta.oo to $10.00. Then
we have others from 15 cents to $i,oo.
Geo V Millar
We m.ke a specialty of Painless Ex
traction, and If you have any pain while
we are pulling your teeth will guarantee
to do all of your work free of charge.
I had ten teeth pulled absolutely without
pain. Mrs. Duricin, 112 Adonis avenue.
I have recommended your painless method
to cvcijbody. Mrs. Smith, Moosic, Va.
We mako teeth to suit you and your friends.
We guarantee to please 3011 or no pay.
We Have Large Shops
For AH Classes of machine Wor
For All Kinds of Enameling, Nickel
Plating and Bicycle Repairing, by mechanics.
In Our New Store j
We are now located in our new store.
406 Lackawanna Avenue, formerly oc-,
cupied by Siebecker & Watkins.
We are showing a superior line of
Furniture and Carpets, and invite inspection
Carpet and Furniture Company
Steam Cereal Cooker
Does everything that a high priced steam cooker
can do, except charging you a high price for it.
It is a marvel in its way; simply constructed, yet
fulfilling every requiremeut of the steam cooker.
It prepares everything very thoroughly and very
quickly, making the food light and easily digesti
ble, and giving to it a peculiarly smooth and de
licious taste. Ask to see the Buffalo Cooker the
next time you're in the store.
J. D. WILLIAMS & BRO.
312 and 314 Lackawanna Avenue.
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low prices. We trill save you
nearly one-halt on all dental
Our Crown and Per
Bridge Work .... $3 Tooth
All work guaranteed (or ten yeara. Call
and have jour teeth examined free.
Dr. Reyer, Dentist
SU Spruce St., Opp. Court House.
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IU.. Franklin Ave. $
412 Spruce Street.
Agency for Young's Hats.
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