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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1901.
NEWS OF THE
PRESENTATION TO SPECIAL
AGENT P. O'KEEFE.
IWmerahered by ft Number of His
Fellow Employes of the Lnckn
wanna Bond Plan for a Ballroad
That Will Croes the Continent D.
I. & W. Board for Today J. E.
Adamson, the New Special Agent,
Hab Arrived in the City.
Special Accnt P. O'Keefe. who is
about to retire from the servlco ot
the Lackawanna rnllroail, was mit
priscd yesterday af lei noon by his fel
low employe)! around the station, wl'o
called him over to th I.,ivtawaniiu
Valley house mil pir-wntf 1 him with
a. diamond scarf pin an.l a pull of
st (.tided cuff button?.
Mr. O'Kccfe was taken entirely by
surprise and accepted the Blfta In his
usual modest manner. It. Is with the
utmost regret that all of the ku'ku
wanna ofllclnls and employes, together
with Mr. O'Keefc'H mnnv friends In
Scranton, sever their relations with
him. and all wish for his future sue
(.ess wherever he may cum! hi lot
Adamson Has Arrived.
X V.. Adamson, of llohoken. who will
nucceed I. O'Keofe as chief sjiei-lul
nRont on the l.nckawann.i tallroad, ta
il veil In the city yeteilay afternoon,
and today he will make a trip ver
the road with Mr. O'Kcefe.
Mr. Adamson Is a man of fine phys
ique, and hems somewhat of a tt'
semblanco to foimer fJtnernl .Super
intendent Illissell. Ik- Is peeullaily
well llttcd to succeed Mr. O'Kcero,
having been elosely Identtfleil with hint
III tallroad woik for u number of
He will formally assume the lespon
slbllllles of his new position on Jan.
1... when Mr. O Keel'e leaves for a
i-lioit visit with friends In t'hlcag-o.
"itepoits to the contrary notwlth
htandlup, strong Intimations come to
The Stockholder, that the Kile is In
volved, with the St. Paul, the North
i in Pacific and the (treat Northern,
In a bit? deal to form a trans-contl-ne-ntnl
line, Provided (hi? is tine, se
curities of the i:ri me In for fuither
material price pains. Mor. conspicu
ously In evidence than ever before was
InMcte buying of the atocks yesterday,
and this tends to stimulate belief In
Important developments soon,
"Should such a system as above In
dicated be foimed. It will doubtless bo
followed by othois. In I his event,
lompctlng lines would be forced to en
ter the combines lor protection. Once
a movement In the direction of a
Muui-coutincntnl system Is Mnrted, It
I" thought thai I he Uurllngton, thi
Baltimore and Ohio, the Union Pacific
and the Atchison will play prominent
putts In other deals of gigantic mo
portions. One of the most prominent
lallro.iil authorities In this country
made the following statement yester
day, which tends to greatly strengthen
the piedlctlons from time to time In
..he paht made in these columns-
'The Twentieth century eveldently
is about to start out with a reorganiz
ation of the uillroad systems of the
I'ountry. out along ery different llno-i
trom those of the leorganlzatloiis of
the past decade. The Investors and
peculator's of tho future will have a
much shorter list of railroad stocks In
which to tind.V "
.Ilonid for Today.
Today's P., I.. & W". boaid Is as fol
lows: Wednesday, Am. 9.
wan t;is, t:.r.
p. II). I'. CllliiMn.
Vi p, in. J, liuili.
11. 'J1 1 p. m M. OlltWuI.l.
Im,rdj, Jan. 1.
wuu cats, t:.sr.
I'.'.I.il a. lii.-
.'. a. in. I!,
.1. in. 1.
i. . in. W
C 4, tii. P.
7 a. i:i. J,
s 11. III. S.
MclMuull. Midi II. D..li(.it'n ini-u.
t (.'onnor. villi II 'I liMlowV nun.
'i ,i. in. ( . n Dunn.
lrt ,i, m. V. A IIiitlioloiiiHW.
ll.KU a. in. O. I-. Kcaiuj
IJ.BO i. ni. W. P. W.irlf
I j. m.-ll, W I'itzcruM.
" li. in, II. .1. l.iiKln.
,',! p. in. K. Will.
1.45 p. in. 1. MU'artli.i.
i, p. m. .1. lljNter. nidi l.atlnt's iiirii,
i! a. in., wrul (I, rrounlellicr.
a. in., ct W. II. NUliol.
M o'docK noon, wot I. CairlRff.
: ,i. in., tast H. MiWllistci.
'i p. m., f.i-t II. lilillsan.
T p ni west fioni ( .iiiiK.i-(linle..
Women are vastly more patient than
men. It is scarcely believable that a
woman, suffering past all telling, cau
attend to business, and bend and stoop
with a back whoe ache is agony. And
lc,oiid all this she smiles as she bends
anil stoops about her customer. A man
might swallow down an oath or keep
back a sroan, but his face would be like
a thundercloud, and his voice scarcely
disguise his irritation.
I'or women who suffer from backache,
bearing-down pains, or other pains due to
womanly diseases, there is no other med
icine equal to Dr. Tierce's Favorite Pre
scription. It regulates the womanly
functions, dries weakening drains, heals
inflammation and ulceration and cures
There is no alcohol in " Favorite Tre
ncription" and it is entirely tree from
opium, cocaine and all other narcotics.
A vegetable preparation, it cannot dis
agree witn the weaKesi conuiuon,
i wish to
thank vou tor the sood
cluen linve done me,"
Mae Drown, or Canton,
lllr, "I was troubled
temale wfkleneis itid
rd with KCTtral different
tort. They did not
help me: indeed, I a
nil the time, I had ill
ation nnd displacement
thetiterut. Whit Iv.tf
doc, rem to
loneue can tell.
I hud heavy,
talsint rive bot
tle en 'Favor.
(te l'rttf rlntion ' and
three of Roldeti Medical
t'oterv. 1 am feelinBr aa well
n ever It has been almost two years and I
have Iiri. no return of the trouble. My friends
tell me I don't tool i though 1 ever was sick."
I)r, I'icrce'.s Pleasant Pellets cure con
s-tiiatiou mid its causes.
JfB Vtiii " Jt?W
,, jt- XJ I
These Facts Most Convince
E? ery Scranton Reader,
That whli.li follows Is the exper
ience of a resident of Scranton. In
credulity cannot exist about the state
ment because It can easily be Investi
gated. Mr. Thomas llamfoid, flagman on
the D. nnd It. It. It., says: "I had a.
severe attack of la grippe which left
me with weak kidneys. The kidney
secretions were scanty, highly colored,
routulued a sediment like brick dust,
and caued me a great deal of annoy
ance, and at limps were very painful,
t was much disturbed nliio on account
of them at nlsht. 1 U3ed many differ
ent medicines, hut without much re
lief. 1 wan ndvlsed to try Doan's Kid
ney Pills by n friend, Mr. What ton,
who bad received the Kieatest benefit
from their use, and I procured a bo
from .Matthews nro. After using
Iheiii, the secretions remained their
natural color, I he sediment alto
jMlici' disappeared, and 1 was not
troubled with pains In my back nor
Die numbness In my Iprs."
I'or sale by all dealuis. Price r,0
cuits per box. Foster-Milburn Co..
Iluffalo, X. v., sole agents for the
IP'member the name, Doan's, and
take no substitute.
7 ji. in., ret from Ciuirh MeLane.
7 ji. tn., east Ironi S'.iy Aut; K. I'.. ru3y,
in i. m. 1". II. Secor.
S, lit. ltouvi.
It. SO a. hi. Moriu.
7 p. m. Murphy.
9 p. m. Laming
7 a, in. flaflnry.
7 a. in. Sinter.
C.SO p. m. Stanton
7 p. tit. McGourn
mi.n ivts, wi:st.
J n. in. .1. II. Mcl'jnn.
fi a, r.i, ,1, O llaia.
i it, m. J. K. Mast"t.
Ji a m. A. E. Kctcluni
11 a. n, Kirliy, with lljiiiiriltl'd mm.
12 o'clock r.oon 0. Thomas, with C. Baitholo.
t p. in. II. Smltli.
2 p. in. O. ftnltli.
S p. in. T. Kltp.ittUW
1 p. m. llaggctty.
tliakcmjii II. II, Drpcw will go out on hit
own tun next (tip Willi Secor,
Conductor l Cavanaugli und new will tun
C p. m.. Wild Cat Kast, Wpdneday, Jan. , in
plan" ol ,l, 11 McC.inn and crew.
Conductor William McAllister will run picK-up
l'..i"t Thursday, Jan. 10.
Ilukiman A. l'olliamu will co out with Con
ductor ('.naiuugli, (I p. in., Wednesday, Jan, o.
Conductor J. Baxter will take Ditbci'n mm
This nnd That.
T. S. liasterbrook. of Minneapolis,
Minn., was among the callers at the
Lackawanna railroad offices yester
day. Plans and specifications have been
prepared for the proposed spike mill.
Hlds will be received at the company's
otlicc, Board of Trade building.
The practice of conductors cutting
off or pet milting caboose cars to be
cut off from their trains west bound,
between Nay Aug and Scranton, must
be discontinued at once.
Knglnemen In charge of east bound
Lackawanna, trains will be careful
when Injectors are working that their
engine docs not throw water on the
station platform at La Plume.
Lackawanna tialnmen have been
notified that all caboose ears are
now equipped with journal bearings
and neeessaty tools for replacing
them. In order to avoid detention to
freight, particularly that carried on
manifest trains, trainmen will icplaco
brasses when they find It necessary
and when it can le done without ex
a irxutir miiimiiiirjllmi uf King Solomon
IimIki-. No. 551, '. and A, M,, held .it Uuiminit'.
I'a., Jan. 7tl P.Kil. tlw- following preamble jncl
evolution were unanimous) adopted:
Wlificu, U li.H plrjrfd Ihc (iif.it Auhllcct of
Ilic imluiie to lernntr freni our inldct nur lato
l.iiillirr, Alimr A. Ku.l.'ir, .irnl
Wlicrfai, It i but just tlut J fllllin; leioRhi
lion of Ins minv irtnci sliouM be hid, tlieicfore
llifloheri, fly Klrc Solomon loduc, o. ,rit, K,
and A. M Hut while we how with humlile mb.
iiiiislon to tlic will nt I lie Most IIIkIi, we do net
Hip lc- mom 11 lor our brothei who h,ii been
talcn fit.111 v.
llcftllfil, Tint in the death ot Miner A
KmliM. Ih i lodje liiiit'lits tlic lo-s of .1 biothor
wlie was ;erv lejih to profit r the luml of aid
and tli" oko of syinpitliy to the nKd.i und dn
tin.oil of the fiatemlly; jii adliu officer mid
iniinlur nt tliU olctj, wliotc uliiuwt nnKMor
wfp- rcrud fur lli uelfaie und prospcrltj i a
filrnd nnd ioup.uiloii who wan ilrir tn in all.
it iltltn whoe iiprlitlii and noblo life was n
hiandaul of rnuilation to liin fellows,
Itfohrd, That (lie heartfelt sympathy cf tliU
Icdrte he etriilril to lii fainllv in their affliction.
Kranlvcd, That these resolution ho spimd upon
Hie iecord of the loduc, jml a copy tlnuraf be
Ir.irMiiUtrd to the family of our thceawl Uiollv
ri. and In eaili of Ihe newnjiapeia of the ritj,
.lr.iili T. Tear,
('hailed .1. Ili.idy.
iUU V.. Ilartou,
At a mjiiUr (Oiiiiiiunliatioii of Klnpr Solomon
lodge. No, 281, 1'. and A. M,, lirld al Piiniuorc,
Pa,, Jan. Till, 1P01, the follonint; preamble und
rcolutlom were unanimously adopted:
Wlieirai, It hai pleased the (!nat Arohltret of
the imlvrra tu idnoic from our mldt our late
lirnllier, llowsnl H. Potter, and
Whn cos, It U but Just that a htt lnjj ti'iottnl'
Hon of his many virtues should be hid, thciefore
Ittohrd, By Kin Solomon lodne, So, SSt,
ami A. JI., that while we bow with humble nib.
liittdon to the will ot tho Mott High, we do not
the le mourn for our brother who h.i hern
Ul.cn fiom us.
Ittsohed, That hi I lie ilrath of lluv.ai, 1),
Potter this lodge laments the lo.s of a biothti
who was emy 1 early to proflcr the hand of aid
snd the solec ot sympathy to (lie needy and dU-
(leased of the (rateiiiuy; un uctlvc member of
this society, whose utmost endeavors ucie ex
erled lor its welfaro and piosperlty; a friend
and companion who v.u dear to ut all: a citlen
rthose uprialit and noble life was a standard of
emulation to his fellows.
Ilciolied, That the heartfelt sjiiipalhy ol this
lodge be extended to lilt family in their affliction,
Itesolied, That thon resolutions be ipnad upon
the records of tho lodjc, and a copy therruf be
tisnmlttcd to the family of our dcreaned bioth
cr, and to each of the newspapers of the city,
Jotkli T, Pesr,
diaries J, Pridy,
uaim 1;. tiarlou,
Bteam Beating and Plumbing,
r. F. ft M X HowIer,:31 Wyoming uve,
WAS OBANTED TEN DAYS.
Brown Was Dissatisfied and Ex
tended Timo Three Months.
George Drown, a man about 27 years
of age. Is detained at police heuicjuitr
tcrs on the charge of deserting from
the United States nrmy. "Wrrto pa
trolling hln beat on Lackawanna nvn
nue at 4.80 yesterday morning1, Oillcer
Hart was accosted by Hrown. In the
uniform of the United States army,
with the request that he bo locked up.
Ho said he had deserted.
Hrown was attached to llattcry A,
Seventh urtlllery, stationed at Voit
Schuyler, New York. September S3
ho wiih granted a ten days' furiougn
to visit his homo In Klmlra. N. Y.
Hrown was in no hurry to resume the
dull routine of military life, so he did
not hasten to return when his ten
daya expired, but at tho lapse ot three
and a half months he was convinced
that his place was with the nrmy, and
gave himself up. The authorities nt
Tor Schuyler have been notllled of
Urown's apprehension here.
THE LANGSTAFF CONTEST.
Witness Wants to Know How to Get
The following communication was
received by The Tribune;
Scrjiituti, Tj., Jan. T, PiOl.
Scranton Tribune, Scranton, Pa,
Gentlemen: Will yon pleavc Inform a iniinbtr
of jour readers, through (he columns of out
piper, where the people who were subpoenaed In
tliu LaiigstafT-Ki'lly could and tollllod will be
able to secure their r.i.v and (lorn whom liny can
Bet ninic. ur truly,
The simplest answer to the subscrib
er's query is: "Sue the party who sub
poenaed you." This course Is always
open to a witness.
The contest Is ut present lying dor
mant. The next step towards llnal dis
posal will be a motion to have the
commlsslonois Me their lludlngs.
Then would come the exceptions to
these findings and arguments thereon
and Anally a decision from the court
as to who wax elected and on whom
tho costs should be placed.
M. & M. BANK BUILDING.
Likely to Be Located on Spruce
Street, Between Bieck nnd Forest
An offer for a ".txlOO feet pot lion ot
tho lot on Spiuce street, between
Kreck and Forest courts, owned by the
Stewart estate, has been made by the
Merchants' und .Mechanics' bank and
the possibilities are that the bank's
new homo will be located on that site.
A decision will be arrived at Saturday.
It Is understood that the price of
fered Is not much less than $1,000 per
The bank proposes to erect a large
and handsome building, but the de
tails of Its constitution have not yet
been agreed upon.
It is present-day conditions heaping
buidens of work upon the nervous system
that tells the story premature breaking up
It tells why so many men and women,
who so far as age in years is concerned,
should be In the prime of health, find them
selves letting go ol the strength, the power,
the vitality they once possessed. It is be
cause that great motor power of the body,
nerve force, is impaired, Lvery organ de
pends upon its controlling power just at
much as the engine depends upon the steam
to put It into action. An engine won't go
without steam. Neither will the heart, the
brain, the liver, the kidneys, the stomach
act right without their proper nerve force
supply. Let any organ be lacking in this
essential and troubles begin some of them
Throbbing, palpitating heart.
Morning languor. .
Inability to work or think.
Exhaustion on exertion,
Easily excited, nervous, irritable.
Loss ot flesh and muscular power. s
A picture, hideous, but easily changed to
one of brightness by use of Dr. A. W.
Chase's Nerve Vills. They build up the
nerves and supply nerve force.
The above is the genuine package of Dr.
A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills, are sold by deal.
ers or Dr. A. Y. Chase Medicine Company,
Buffalo, N. Y. Price 50 cents.
LITTLE LIVER PILL
Sold by all ctrucRlsts
or sent by mall.
Nmlta Medical Co., Cblcix
Kolil by McG.uuli & Thomas, IliugKhts 2X
Laritiittiiniii uuniie, Set anion, I'.i
A Skin of Doauty Is a Joy Forover.
TU. T. rCI.IX OUI'KAL'U'H Ollir.T,
cut: a. 11,
m uatuuAi, iiuAUiirittu.
rteinort Tn, Plmrlts. mektaa.
Moth I'atchu, IUiC, .nil Skta
llKsses. anil iery blcmliih om
uwmy, s&a aenes
dttcellon. II lus
stood ins sn stst
?, anil Is a
huTnleis UiU li
Ia b sure It If pro?
ill tnsdi). Aecsp
no count erf tit of
similar oain. Ur.L,
A. 6yt said to a,
Udy or tb haul-to
(a illnl)i "As jan
lulls wtll u, thtia,
I rsooramsnd Mloiu
aud's Cream aa tbf
least hmrmful of all
the fiUn prepaia
tloas " For sale br
all pnurauu u
1 25 CTS. I
BLACK or GREEN
The Plain Truth
About machine made teas is
that they are CLEAN nnd
PURE. Other teas are col-
orcd with what ? Think 1 1 If
you want the best use Ceylon
and India Tea.
DIRECTIONS: Use less tea and
Infuse three to five minutes. Al
ways use boiling water.
, ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
Sold only in Imd Fackrli,
50c, 60c and 70c fer Lb.
Fast Time to
JO CHANGE of cars via Chicago
Union Pacific and North-Western
Line; all meals in dining cars. Faster
than any other route. Trains leave Chi
cago 6.30 p. m. and 10.30 p. m. every
day. Tourist tickets are sold at all
prominent agencies the year round. Call
on any agent for tickets or address
411 Broadtail. ' !Vf rort!435 Cfia 51., - Cincinnati
SOI '( St., HiUtUlphla 507 Smlthfld SI., ritlltrg
368 Watnhllon St., Ballon
I 30 Main SI., Suffalt
f 7 Camout-hlartlut. Ottrtlt
311 Clark St., Cktcagi
WESTM 1 KSTER HOTEL
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irvine Pltce,
American risn, S3.C0 per day and upward.
European Plan, 41.60 per day and upward.
1. D. CRAWFORD, Proprietor.
For Business Men
In the heart ot the wholesaU
S minutes' walk to Wanamakers.
S minutes to Slcsol Cooper's Die
Btorc. Easy ot access to the Great
Dry Goods Stores.
One block from E'way Cars, civ.
lnr? easy transportation to all
points ot Interest
i HOTEL ALBERT !
X Cor. 11th ST. A TJNIVEnSITT VU
Only one Block from Broadway. .
t Rooms, $1 Dp. pitto. t
"Through the Hesperian. Gardens of
the West" Runs tho Luxurious
The Finest Thing on Wheels,
AND IT TAKES YOU TO THOSE
Summer Lands of " California."
Special through trains consisting of sleeping
anil Ulnlng-cars will lcao New Voik eciy Sat
urday, Tuesday and Thursday, conncctinir di
rectly vMh tho "Sunset Limited" at New Orleans.
I'or full Intoinulion, frro llhistiutci pampU.
lets, maps and timetable-!, also lowest rates,
elcepin: tar tickets und beggage chfil.cd, apply
to Southern Pacific Co., 103 S. Third street,
The Dickson Manufacturing Go.
fccranton aud Wlllcss-Uurrs, I'a,
LOCOMOTIVES, STATIONARY ENGINES
Boilers, llolstlngand Pumplns Machinery.
General Office. Bcranton. Pa.
FREE ELECTRIC BELT OFFER
)VVl'i'lrt,-iaiTi-iliil"- WITHTINDAT SlKIWiARINQ
JHIAluiuuru.u noue, tvu
rurnuh the genuine and
only IIUDIIJIIHII tLTCIliT.
to any rwuttr or tola Daner.
Heeiaatj Is edfierei vert low
Trltb most all other treatment. Cur when ell othrr elrc.
trie Belli, apelUant (a reareli fell. QUICK CUM for
nioretuaneoaiiracnts. OM,BlKr.l I'M'fnr all ncrrous
dlseasDs, veukneetet and disorders. I'or complrta
eeeled 'onndentlsl ratatotruo, eat IhU tdeot end m til tens.
1EARS, ROEBUCK & CO., ChlonRO.
Z Vn uralltStlfMa,ra. lladeaUtatrinl. Una f
1 1 JM rtnlttt tu euie elltr all plhtr. fail, fttlYATU
-VJ7I1 nitrtcte eieeuannte BitHHiyne tnlttri
fiitB tifs merrt i.rvnotaiiJitie Inlttlirn 1
2lT MANHOOD. rl,,.l si.I.lut... neuuinK,
nlyeffet(dsllch. Kulnt Thouunitt.be ml ttaer
4ltlHHleli 4, Peek cv(mIp meriiral VeUclrlcel fieultC
trrrHliiienthv.Wnll. Inelcmt rrllrf.1Trli.J:
BORANTON'3 SHOPPVQ O ENTER.
ty 'b 4 lA h lM 4
f JI W TH 4 M"J
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
STATEMENT OF THE
United States Depositary.
At the close of business Dec.
Loans and Investments
Banking House 38,509.64
Cash and Reserve ... . 536,870.10
Capital S 200,000.00
Undivided Profits . . . 57,005.29
Individual Deposits . . 2,415,536.98
U. S. Deposits 422,720.39
Due to Banks 54,785.53
WILLIAM CONSUL!., I'ictideiit.
HUSKY DELIS, JR., Vice-President.
WILLIAM II. PUCK, Cashier.
438 to 455
N. Ninth Street,
Telephone Call, MM.
SIC POWDER CO.
Booms 1 and2, Com'lth BTd'
lining and Blasting
Mada t Mooslo and Ruth Jala Works.
LAPLIN ft RAND POWDER CO.'S
ORANOE GUN POWDER
Bcetrlo Datterlss. Elaotrlo Bxploaari
zplodlDg blasts, Safety Pus anl
Rciauni Chemical Cos cxploc'iVg
4" ' 'h 4 4- 4 4 4 4
tl-4 Rt evT. ro wVi vr,a f,To Aj vj Aj a"? Mj
- H'tt - f - T - M - f - t - ft - fM
Shrewd buyers will take advantage ot the special J
prices made on our entire Lace Curtain Stock. Many
small lots at a fraction of their real value.
I FURNITURE COVERINGS - COUCH COVERINGS I J.
I HIGH-GRADE BEDDING I
WI LLI AflS
LEADERS IN CARPETS, WALL PAPER, DRAPERIES,
129 Wyoming Avenue
r - H
Steam and Uncinro
Hot Water fib did Id,
nc-sn penn AVENUia
Physician and Surgeon
311 SpQ) St.
Tiuip.e (.curt Building
SCRAN ION PA.
All scute and chrcnlo distsses cl men, no.
men and thlldren. CHltO.MO NEUVOUS.
BKA1N AND WASTIXQ UI3KASE3 A SPEC
IALTY. All dlsesscs ol tlia Liver, Kidneys,
Uladder. bkln. Blood. Nerrci, Womb, Eye, far,
Note, Throat, and Lungs, Camera, Tumors,
I'llce, Hunture, Goitre, ilbeumatlsm, Abtbms,
Catarrh. Yariococele. Lost Manhood, Nightly
Emissions, all Fcinalo Diseases, Lcuiorrnoca, etc.
Uonnotlhta, Syphilis, Dlood 1'oleon. lndlictc
Hon and youthful balits obliterated. Sure'ry,
Kits, Epilepsy, Tapo and 8toinach Worma. C'A
TAllltllOZONi:. BpeclDo lor Catarrh. Threo
months' treatment enly 3,00. Trial Ires In
efflce. Consultation ami examination ties.
Offlco hours daily snd Sunday, 8 a. m. to p
Si BBSBsHl -
4 4 4 4r 4; iV S
i eXj, 6yo 4&j j j0 Jj,. g&t
127 AND 129
- H - H - - M - fit' - H
I HEAVY DRAPERIES I
& flcANULTY I
- f - M-H-H-f -M-H-
HENRY BELIN, JR.,
General Agent tor ths Wyoming
Ulnlntr, Blastlnir, fportlnj, SmoVeleu and tb
Itcpauna Chemical Company'i
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JOHN B. SMITH ft SON Plymouth
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