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!: . . Vim SCRANTON TRIBUNE-'JCtTESiiAY, dVht 2 1901?. . ' ' - " . - -
IN PHOTOaitAPHIO GOODS.
ing Done by Ex
21 1 Washington Ave.
Parsons Desiring to Borrow Momy
or InvcHt their uurpliw nhoiild Imitilrc if
the New Citizens HullilliiK ami t.oiiu As
mieliitloii, wIiohc nfllruM nro nt "ul Otliir
avemir, iintl 411 Huniil of Trmlp Ilullilliiff.
THIS ASSOCIATION will loim Jl.OOO
for J10 ner month. I'PON 8BTTI.KMBNT
every dollur palil will ho credited to tlio
loan nflor deducting Interest nl tlio rato
of 6 per cent.
It will pay li per cent, on investment
slcl. . . ,.
U will pay 5 per cent, additional on nil
It charges hut 1 per cent fine on arrears.
It charges no memhcrshlp or with
It litis no expena cCuml.
Shares may now be had fiom any of
thu following lli-ma:
H. J. KIUULMR, IWM. DIN.KH.
C01 Cedar live IJ1I Mnllviiy st.
K. P. KOlCUI.mt, II. T. UAHDI3II,
M7 Linden ht.i !. Adams live.
T. J. SNOWJJKN. II. SCIII'HKR.
iJinmoiuI avc, lt!t Mnlli st.
and Wood st. J. V. MII.I.UR. ,
3Y.O. SCHIJCKIUK. Ill Hoard of Trade.
r,lC i:. Kim M.J. HfPPIJNTUAK,
It, A. ZIMMKHMAN KQ S. living avo.
Til Board of Tiutla.,
Y "They Draw Well."
I Morris' Magnet Cigars
X 'J'h best "nine for " cents.
Y Try ono and you will smoko no
X AH the loading brands of .c.
Y cigars at $1.75 per box. or 1 for lie.
Q The largest variety ot Pipes and
A Tobaccos In town.
i E. C. MORRIS,
y The Cigar Man
325 Washington. Avenue.
In and About
Thcio will be a regular meeting of tlio
Surnnton Teamsters' union, loc.il No. "!.'.
in Itaub's ball, Wednesday evening at 8
Excursion to Mountain Park.
The pocond annual exclusion of the Bar
tenders' Local lrngbe, No. Ml, to Moun
tain Park will be held on Tuesday, July
29. Uxteiihivo piaperalions aie being
made for the annual outing.
Mirror Placed in Room.
The finishing touches were yesterday
given to the furnishings of Judge R. V.
Arehbald's officu in the fedeiul building,
when a handsome minor was placed in
the room. It is Mx feet lo s and four
feet deep, and has been installed o.cr thd
Tlio repoit of the bureau ot health for
last week shows oS deaths. One was fioin
whooping cough. Tluoe new cases of
hinnll-pox were repotted but with no
fatalities'. Theic was nlbo one new case
of typhoid and one case of scarlet fever
Alex A. Thomson, ol CirllMe. jiontcnlny
filed a 'petition In bankruptcy, in the of
fice of Clerk Searle, of the district fed
eral court. His liabilities are stnjed as
being $ll.31."(.:i0, while his assets nro only
i"o. The nifce was icfeircd to Referee W.
Accused of Larceny.
A. P. McDonough, the Dunmoie llv
eryman. was held In $.!0O ball yesterday
hy Magistrate Howe, on the cbaigo ot
larceny preferred by Mrs. Mary Chap
man, of Pcckvllle, who charges McDon
ough with the larceny of a grny hoiso
and set of single harness.
They Entered Bail.
John Lee, chaigrd with laicsny and
assault and battery, entered bail In the
hum of JJOO lufoi'd Judeo Nkwc nib yes
terday. Dav'd J. Davs. ih rscd with
mtrety, outer d ball In the sum of :'0).
C. S. Woodruff (iiiallfylng as his bonds
man nnd George lllclmtds, udso chatgel
with surely, was iclrnscd on his onn
Paying Witness Fees.
The county commissioners will go to
Carhondnle today and pay tlio fees duo
residents of the Klist nnd Second wntds
of that city as witnesses In the Lang
ntiifMfrlly toutcst. Tomoirow tlioy will
pay the rcsideuls of the Thlid and Fourth
wards and on Thursday tho lesldcnts of
the Fifth nnd Sixth wards, On Friday, at
Ciirhoudnle, tlioy will pay witnesses who
reside in Vandllng boiough, Fell tovMi
ship, Carbondale township tind Qreen
Mrs. Jackson Arrested.
Putrolmiin Davlil Parry last night tir-
tested it woman who Is well known In po.
llco circles, under tho nimo of Mrs. Jack-
ton. She w.isj found In tho company of
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ft tall, blind mail, for whom she was bo
Helling alms. The paliolmnn suspected
Iter ta lo merely iisltm hor compnnlon'as
a tncniiB of woikltiR on tho feelings of
tompasslotmto rcilcstrlniiH nnd moreover
felt dubious of tho blind twin's ever re
ceiving nhy of the contributions, Ho
thetcforo lodged tho wnintin, who was
drunk, In the Center street police station,
mid cscoitcd tho man lo his homo on
In Honor of Miss Kerner.
A jilcnsnnt mirptlse party was given
In honor of Miss IJcsslu Korncr, at her
home on Houlh Washington avenue, Inst
night. Tho evening wnn passed In a very
pleasant manner until it KCHsoimblo hour
when refreshments were served. Titos
present were! Mlus Annie Waterman, An
nie Htibcl, L"ttit Oram, Flora Feldtnati,
Iloso Hoth, Mlunli! Soltwnrtz, Itoso
Scltwarti!, Tlllle Juilkovltz, llellii Ilels
mnn, Itoso FrcediitHit, Roso areenlictgcr,
tlose Kernel", l!clla l.ttshlnskl, Mens)-.
Kddle Morris, Joe Fpldttiitn, Morris l-Mtlla
Helsuinti, Abe Ornm, Hen Kctncr, Hnrry
Frecilmitn, Mouls Harris, Max Fold
man, Jacob Pascycnb.
ROLLER WAS NOT SEIZED.
School & Co.'s Agent Decides to Be
Content with a Judgment.
Large crowds thronged Washington
avenue, yesterday, waiting to see a
man coining down front city hall with
the new road roller under his arm.
They were disappointed.
It scouts that the thrcut of School &
Co.'s agent to seize the roller ttltd take
It back to New York because the city
had not made ptovlslon to pity for It
was not, Intended to be taken seriously.
After Inlying mnde the threat to Presi
dent Oliver, of select council, Agent
Cllvln had an interview with Director
of Public Works Koche and learning
that things were not rcitlly as bud as
they were pulntcd, concluded to post
pone the seizure of the roller.
Mr. Givln had been led to believe
that the manner In which tho roller
was purchased precluded the possibil
ity of his collecting Its purchase price
until nCter the appropriations are made
next year. Director Roche showed him
that there was $3,500 ot unexpended
balances In the department of public
works; that the councils cun transfer
this money by ordinance, and that
when the transfer is made it is tho
duty of the controller to countersign
the warrant. Being made satisfied that
councils will make the transfer, when
it conies to realize that It is morally,
at least bound to do so, because of
their having directed the heads of de
partments to purchase the roller, he
went his way content.
The claim bus been placed in the
hands ot Welles & Torrey by Agent
Glvln. Suit vlll be brought, Judgment
secured and School & Co. will 'draw G
per cent. Interest on their claim until
councils get ready to provide money
to meet nn obligation contracted by
their express direction.
In the. meantime the city will con
tinue to use the big new road roller
in the absolutely necessary work of
repairing the dirt roads made miser
able by the recent heavy rains.
STRUCK BY DUNMORE CAR.
Injuries Sustained Yesterday by
Driver Amos F. Vail.
Amos P. Vail, of 1218 Willow street,
a driver in the employ of the Scranton
Forging company, was struck by out
bound Duntnore car No. 22, about 3.30
o'clock yesterday afternoon, at Adams
avenue and Green Ridge street.
Vail accidentally drove In front ot
the car, which was In charge of Motor
man William Schwenker and Conductor
Fred Denman. He was thrown violent
ly to the ground and sustained a dislo
cation of the hip, i,s well as general
bruises about the nrm and head. He
was taken to the ofllce of Dr. G. J.
Berlinghoff, where his Injuries were at
tended to, after which he was removed
to hts home.
His Injuries, while painful, were not
of a serious nature. The horse was
practically uninjured, and but little
damage was done to the wagon.
Bulletin Boards Placed in Corridor
Two large bulletin boards were in
stalled at the postoftlce yesterday, and
henceforth nil department notices and
orders will be posted on them, Instead
of upon the woodwork, ns heretofore.
One of the boards is for the money
order nnd registration department, and
was placed upon the wall, near the
money order window. The other board
was stationed In the main corridor, and
all general notices will be ported upon
It. The local authorities were also fur
nished with two key cases, yesterday,
to be utilized for the hanging up of
catrlers' keys, nnd the keys of all the
These latter are in the care of Cus
todlnn K. H. Ripple, and the case will
be kept In his ofllce. The case for the
carriers' keys will be kept In the car
Accident to i'ireman Dunlap on Re
turn from Mountain Park.
Over five hundred members of the
Scranton Lletlerkrnnz nnd their friends
spent a very enjoyable time at Moun
tain Park yesterday, at the annual ex
cursion of the society. The only incl
dent which marred the general enjoy
ment wus an nccldent which occurred
to Robert Dunlap, the fireman of the
engine, on the homeward trip. At
Yatesvllle he slipped and fell from tho
train nnd wits cut and bruised about
the head, nlthough fortunately not very
The excursion left Scranton at 8.30
o'clock yesterday morning over the
Central Railroad of New Jersey, The
committee In chitrge consisted of Frank
Becker, Fred Dlntler, Jacob D. Ferber,
Charles Wenzel and Edward Slcbecker.
THIRTY-FIVE MORE MEN AT
This Makes 100 Men Now Engaged'
in Making This Colliery Ready for
tho Resumption of Mining Re
ported' That There Are 111 Men at
Work in the River Slope and
Nearly One Hundred in tho Cay
uga Returned Strikers Quit Work
Thirty-flve more men were yesterday
ndded to the force employed In making
ready for the resumption of operations
ut the Oxford colliery of the People's
This, makes 109 men now at work at
the colliery. They are engaged In clean
ing up "falls," timbering and general
repairs. As soon nn the roads nro
cleared, Superintendent Hayes1 says, the
mining of coal will begin. Just how
soon this will be possible lie could not
say, but asserted positively that It was
only the matter of days.
That the men who have reported for
work at the Oxford nrc determined lo
continue at work Is evidenced by the
fact that they run the gauntlet of
pickets from uniong the strikers at
other mines, who vainly endeavor to
get them fo turn back.
Superintendent Hayes says his men
nre made up mainly of former employes
of the company. Committeeman Henry
J. Collins, who Is In charge of the dis
trict headquarters, declines that tho
men who have been gathered by the
People's Coal company nrn not strik
ers, but "Imports" picked up In various
places, nnd thut not a man among them
Is a miner.
FORCES ARE GROWING.
The forces at various collieries of the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
and the Delaware and Hudson com
panies nre reported to be growing In
numbers dully, and that if the present
rate of increase keeps up it will not
be many days before there will be
enough men on hand at some of the
collieries to make a start at mining
coal. It is said that there are one hun
dred and ten men working at the Von
Storch slope of the Delaware and Hud
son company and nearly one hundred
nt the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western company's Cayuga colliery.
The superintendents of these com
panies refuse to give any definite in
formation on this matter, evidently
wishing to avoid drawing the Are of
Secretary Richard Butland, of the
Providence sub-district, Is authority
for the statement that four men at
Storr's N'o. 2 and two at Leggett's
Creek, who went back to work, have
quit again and applied for reinstate
ment In the union. Tliclr cases Thave
not as yet been disposed of by their
RETURN HOME TODAY.
The Scranton delegation to the In
dianapolis convention will be home to
day and a meeting of the district board
will be held to arrange for the distri
bution of the relief fund resulting from
Some of the locals have been deny
ing relief to strikers who own prop
erty, holding that it is only those who
have no means whatever should be
given assistance. The property-owning
strikers demur to this, arguing that
because they were thrifty and provid
ed themselves with a home of their
own is no reason why they should make
sacrifices for less provident, and some
times dissolute persons.
It Is likely that the pioposed strike
fund will be divided pro rata.
ZOP SERIOUSLY ACCUSED.
He Is Charged with Criminally As
saulting a Young Girl.
Joseph Zop, un Italian, residing in
Wlnton, was yesterday afternoon com
mitted to the county jail, by Justice ot
the Pence McGInnls, on the charge of
criminally assaulting a 9-year-old girl.
At the hearing the child testified that
Zop assaulted her several times during
the past few weeks. v .
Zop is 30 years of age, and before tho
strike was employed as a laborer in the
mines at Jessup. Persons nt that place
were last night - responsible for tho
stntement thut the girl whqin Zop hud
assaulted was his own daughter.
WILLIAM B. DAA'IES, of 50 Aich
bald street, died yesterday morning at
G.30 o'clock. He was 58 years of age,
and was one of West Scranton's old
est residents. His death was caused
hy heart failure and the sudden end
ing of his well spent life comes as a
shuck to the numberless friends who
have learned to respect and honor him.
Although In poor health for several
weeks, his demise was not expected.
The deceased wus a brother of the late
Thomas D. Davies, and was a member
of Silurian lodge of Odd Fellows. Mr.
Davies formerly conducted tho butcher
business, now run by his sons. De
ceased is survived by his widow and
the following children: Lieutenant
David W. Davies, John D. Duv1
William W. Davies, Miss Mary Davl J
of Pittston, and Mrs. Fred Snyder, o,
this city. The funeral will be held
ftom the family home on Wednesday at
$ o'clock, nnd Interment will bo made
In the Washburn street cemetery,
MISS GERTRUDE DECKER died
yesterday at the home of her mother,
Mrs. E. K. Decker, 122 North Sumner
avenue, after a long Illness. Sho was
one of West Scrnnton's most popular
young women, and her death will bring
sorrow to hundreds of friends,. Hurvlv-i
lug her, besides her mother, Is a
brother, Captain Hairy Decker, The
funeral will bo held Thursday nfter
noon at i p. in. from the residence,
Interment will bo made In Forest Hill
Tho funeral of the latu John H. Fred
erick, who died nt Ills home. I'.'U lilulr
avenue, Sunday, will bo held from the
icsldcnco at '.'o'clock Wednesday after
noon. Tho funeral of tho luto Lawrence Me
Williams will take placo this morning ut
9.30 o'clock from the homo. 1310 Swetland
sticet, A high mass of requiem will ho
bung In St, Patrick's church and Inter
niciit, will bo nutdo In tho Catlicdrul ccmu
tcry, Grand Circuit Races Postponed,
By Eicluihe W'lru from 'the Associated rrcii.
Cleveland, O., July '.i. Tho crund clr.
VUlt Hotting ruccs ut tho Ulenvillo truck
ntehvdulcd (or loday were postponed on
aiLuuut of vain.
GEORGE W. DAVIS APPOINTED.
Member of State Board for Examina
tion of Pharmacists.
George W. Davis, the North Boron
ton druggist, was yesterday named by
Governor W. A. Stone ns a member
of the state board for the examina
tion of candidates for certificates as
This board consists ot five members,
and examinations are conducted every
three months. The places In which tho
examinations are held arc Philadelphia,
Pittsburg, HnrriHhurg nnd Wllllnms
port. The Addition of Mr. Davis to
the board will probably ntenn that
Scrnnton will also bo one of the places
where examinations will bo conducted.
A position on this board Is deemed a
very high honor by tho pharmacists
of the Btitte, nnd Is of Itself nn Indica
tion of tho high standing of the man
who receives tho coveted appointment,
ARE REFERRED BACK
Auditing Committee Wants Recorder
to Show His Authority for Au
thorizing Such Service.
At last night's meeting of the joint
auditing committee ot councils, Detec
tive II. W. Barring's bill ngalnst tho
city, for professional services, was re
turned to Recorder Connell, with a re
quest that the latter send tho bill back
again, accompanied by a statement,
showing tho authority for contracting
This action was taken, upon the mo
tion of P. F. Calpln, tho Democratic
leader ot common council, who declared
that this was the first bill of Its kind
to appear before the auditing commit
tee, us long ns ho had been a member
of It, and he was desirous of having
nil the whys and wherefores settled
once for ull, so that the committee
might act promptly ana surely upon
any other similar bills which might
come before them.
The committee ordered paid the bill
of $3,839.25, sent In by the viewers of
the Nineteenth sewer district, which
has been so often held up, nnd another
bill flnnlly approved was that of tho
Scranton Gns and Water company, for
setting hydrants In 1896. The bill was
A large number of bills sent In from
the department of public works were
ordered paid, the only one frowned
down, being Ordinance Officer John B.
Gillespie's bill for some $30. Said
Chairman Vaughun, when the bill,
which had been refused payment at a
previous meeting, was again read:
"There's no doubt that this is a nec
essary ofllce, but I don't think that
any city department has any right to
create a salaried office. I think the
proper thing to do In the matter would
be to take It Into councils and prop
erly create the ofllce."
On motion ot Mr. Calpln the bill was
refused payment. Director Roche was
present at the meeting and explained
the bills of W. H. Wlckizer, who was
in charge of paving and repairs ot
Grant avenue and Jackson street, dur
ing the spring. One of the three bills
he presented was approved by the city
controller, and the other two vetoed.
The former amounted to $37.50 and
the other two to about $265. The
reasons given were that the contracts
were not properly made, Inasmuch as
they were not certified.
Mr. Roche, In his remarks to the
committee, submitted an Itemized bill,
for 'men's wages, teams, etc., the whole
coming to $448. Mr. Roche said that
no real contract had been drawn up,
but that Mr. Wlckizer and he had
merely placed on paper an ordinary
business proposition to take care of
the whole Job for $300. Wlckizer made
this reduction, as he has a quarry In
the neighborhood, and It is to his
own advantage to have a good ap
proach to It. The committee approved
the bills for S300.
Detective Barring's bill was for $323.
5G, for services In obtaining evidence
In disorderly and gambling house
cases, and $550 for patrol duty and
work In the dynamiting cases of last
winter. A communication from Re
corder Connell accompanied the bill,
recommending its payment and re
minding the committee that council's
refusal on a previous occasion to pay
a bill from Mr. Barring hud resulted
In a law suit against the city, in which
the detective had won out.
GRIFFIN ART SHOP
211 North Washington Avenue.
CAD VOI I As an Introduction to our New Art Studio,
ruv ,uu an Washington Avenue.
For the next three days, this unparalleled offer
is made to anyone who presents this "ad" at
the studio on or before Saturday the 26th of
this month, we will make one dozen of our
$4.00 Imperial Cabinets for $2.00
Without this coupon the price $4.00 prevails.
Mr. Griffin, Himself Hakes All Sittings.
Don't forffct the new address, opposite the court house.
the "Kini of 'Bottled 'Beers," Every bottle is
labeled and every cork is plainly branded
'"Budtoeiser" so there can be no substitute.
Tfic product 0
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louli. U, S, A.
TirtUlirs also of Black O Tan. Anheusar.Standardi Ptle.Ligcr,
Faust, Export Pale, ExquUlU, Michelob and Halhtfuttlnt,
OZlp-V FCPr",J Wholesale Dealers,
PLANS FOR A NEW BUILDING
Thoy Were Prepared by Architect E.
H. Davis nnd Wero Submitted to
the Members of the Board Last
Night The Erection of This Build
ing on the Location Proposed .Will
Make It Possible to Completely
Sopnrnto tho Insano nnd the
Tho members of tho Scran I on poor
board last night examined plans for a
now almshouse, which It Is proposed to
qrect at tho Hillside farm. Architect
E. II. Davis prcpnred the plans, and
tho board examined them at his ofllce
For some time the buildings used for
almshouse purposes and tor nn asylum
have been overcrowded nnd It wns
found desirable to make additions of
After consultation It was decided to.
erect a new building, to bo used' en
tirely for nlmshouse purposes, and use
the present nlmshouse, which adjoins
tho asylum, for asylum purpose.
To completely separate tho paupers
and Insano It Is proposed to erect the
new almshouse on a plot of ground
which adjoins, on tho Clark's' Summit
side, the land now enclosed nnd upon
which the' Hillside Home buildings
stnnd. This will result In a complete
separation of paupers nnd insane,
which hus long been deemed desirable.
The larger room for asylum purpose
that will be gained will make It pos
sible for a greater division of the In
sane patients than enn now bo made.
This division of insano patients is of
the greatest importance In the treat
ment of cases ,where a cure Is hoped
The directors were very much pleased
with their preliminary examination of
the plans last night and there Is a
strong probability that they will be
adopted. They provide for a large,
plain, substantial building, admirably
arranged for the purpose for which It
MET AND ELECTED OFFICERS.
Temporary Organization' Effected by
Secretary-Treasurer George H. Goth
ier, of the Central Labor union; J. F.
Hammcs, of the Stonecutters' union,
and B. B. Anthony, of the team-drivers,
were last night in charge of the organ
ization of n hod-carriers' local.
A large number ot men met In Guern
sey hall, and elected the following tem
porary officers: President, Archibald
Hammond; vice-president, Alfred Cons-
lato; recording secretary, Hnrry Win
ters; treasurer, Patriok Graham; ser-
geant-at-arms, John Jordan. Another
meeting will be held next week and a
permanent organization effected.
25 Per Gent.
All new stock in all shapes
412 Spruce Street.
Sea our new line of Negli
Thla combination makes
$ $ $
$ $ $
$ $ $
1 Wash Goods
That Cost Little
The Summer Dresses may be as dainty and beautiful
as you like, and yet be remarkably inexpensive. There
are some striking offerings being made just now.
At FI?e Cents the Yard liight and Dark Figured
Lawns and Dimities, goods worth 8c the yard.
Now at )
At Nine Cents' the Yard Lawns, Batistes, Dimities
and Swisses, goods worth i2l4c and 15c. Now at'
A Shilling the Yard Grenadine, Swisses, Bqnita
Silks, goods worth 15c to 18c the yard. Cow at.
Fifteen Cents the Yard Imported Dimities, Fine Em
broidered Tissues, Lace Stripe Ginghams, goods
worth 25c the yard. Now at
Twenty-FlYC Cents the Yard Silk Ginghams, in lace
stripes and all colors, charming assortment Now
Foulard Silks at 39 Cents Balance of our choice
stock of Silk Foulards, dainty, fashionable designs,
and the best of qualities. Special Sale Prices this
week, and jhey begin at
I McConnell & Co.,
0 The Satisfactory Store.
flavor that appeals to people
ot renneu tabic.
They are different from ordinary lagers ; de
pending on the rich properties of malt for body
and containing only 5 per cent of alcohol.
The duto of bottling Is stamped upon
oacli label and tho price for a cuso or
dozen bottles Is ono Uollur.
BAUER'S BAND EXCURSION
Cranberry Lake, N. J.
Sunday, July 27
Adults, $1; Children, 75c
Train leaves D., L. & W. station at
8 a. in.
TUB QUICKEST WAY to get money when you can not
afford to unit for It, Is In come here and got a loan
on your household furniture. Wc will hand you tho
amount you want within an hour or two ufter you ask. The
easiest way Is to
Borrow Money On Your
WHY? Because you enn pny us Just whenover you know
you will have tho money to upare. You pay In small
easy Installments, either weekly or monthly. You muy
have tho loan for oua nionth or for a whole year.
TlltJ- CHEAPEST WAY' to get out of financial troublo Is
to get 11 small loan from us. We will tell you at first ex
actly what a loan for any amount for nny length of time
will cost. Wo charge only a moderate rate for tho use of
the money, and you will bo surprised to find how very low
our chnrges are. You pny only for tho actual tlmo you
keep the money. This company docs not clinrgo compound
Interest nt nil, nor uro thoro nny extra charges of, any kind.
NO PUBLICITY'. No questions nre asked -among your
friends or neighbors. No endorsement of papers here.
Everything fair and square.
From SI0 to $300 Loaned
If you want to keep your friends and neighbors
from knowlnjr that you are hard
up wc can help you.
( Private Rooms for Free Consultation.
Remember that there is no compound Interest to
pay and that you pay us whenever'
It is most convenient.
LOAN GUARANTY CO
207 Wyoming Avenue.
Bight In the heart of tho shopping district. Convenient for
tho ladles. Plenty of prlvute offices. '
P. O. BOX. 94.
and go up
400-4n2 Lackawanna Ave.
flunster and Bohemian
S. J, Fuhrman & Bro
Strap Holler ' fto
Awnings a Special y
328 Lackiwaaaa Ave., Scranton, Pa
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