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THE SCRANTOtf TRIBUTE-SATURDAY AUGUST 23, i&rJ2,
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WORKERS AT DODGE COLLIERY
CAUSE OF KILMER'S DEATH NOT
Nourish ,the Weak Nerves,
Build Up Waisted Tissue, and
'Purify the Stagnant Blood .
Cut This Out
THE MODERN HARDWARE STORE.
Cuts tho npple into eighths
and tnkes the core out with
Price 25 Cents X
Foote & Shear Co. Q
119 Washington Ave. O
Wo otter the following, subject to
40 slut res of Title Guaranty ana Trust
, Co. stock.
30 .shares of County Bank unci Trust
CO shares of International Text Book
(Jo. stock? at $139 per share.
Central Pennsylvania Brewing Bonds.
United States dumber Co. stock.
Less than market value,
i 'Phono. 100.
It. EUNEST COMEGYS & CO.,
Brokers, Connell Building.
of Music and Art
Season 1902 - 1903 opens
Thursday, Sept. 18. Host
modern and approved methods.'
Send for prospectus. Carter
Building, 604 Linden street.
PETER N. HAAN
Livery, Boarding, Cab Service, Shop
ping; Opera, Party, Wedding
and Train Calls.
HEAVY TEAMING AND DRAYING
New Stables, 1415 Mulberry Street.
New 'Phone 2057.
;If You Are Considering
The purchase or snle of any hleh grade
stocks or bonds, better' consult us. Wo
.make, a specialty of -this kind of securl-
-Httes. "" -'
? I. F flEOAROEL & CO.,
'" Rooms 206 & 207, Commonwealth Bldg.
' FIRED AT AN OFFICER.
Two 'Polanders Empty Their Revol-
& vers and One Escaped.
'Charles Berry, one of tho special pa
trphnen dolntr duty In North Scranton,
had a lively experience ut 10 o'clock
lust' night, on North Alain avenue, near
tho Marvlne shaft. Two men, who
vere Intoxicated, were passing along In
that locality and when they noticed the
officer approaching, advanced up u hill
When they reached tho top, they
opened lire on Berry, and live shots
were heard. Ono stiuck In front of
him, another wlitoed by his ear, and
another plowed up the earth ut his
feet. The other two shots were II red
in the air. i
Berry gavo chase and captured both
men, but dmlng the struggle one of
them 'escnped, Tho other ono was
locked up In the North Scranton police
Htutlon. After they weie caught by the
ottjeer, tho revolver they used 'was
thrown away, but was luter recovered
' LABOR DAY "EXCURSION.
It Will Be a Most Enjoyable Affair
at Lake Lodore, Sept. 1.
The Labor Day excursion will be'eon
ducted to Lake I.odore on Monday,
Sept, 1, There will be no place 'at which
the day can be more pleasantly spent
than at this beautiful lakeside, where
thousands of merry excursionists will
bp entertained Jn royal style. There
will be an excellent dunce programme
provided In the. mammoth pavllllon, and
the sufo and rapid moving steamer and
liuplha launches, tho large and com
modious passenger boat together with
iho fleet of row bouts will be In full
service, No better spot fur fishing In
(ho region, Then there will be one of
"be inost exciting ball games of the
season for a go)d prize. Au abundaneo
pf delicious icfreshments will be sup
plied; the merry-go-round, swings, etc.,
fdr the children. Trains will leave tho
P. & H. depot, .Scranton, at 0.15 and
40.13 a. in, and. 1,11 p. m. Fare, from
Scranton, 75 cents. Excursion trains
w leave Carbondalo ut 10.00 and 11.05
a. m. and 2 p. m. Reduced rates from
all points between Scranton und Hones
dale, Cortez Key West Cigars,
I Ij 4 several, sizes for box trade,
iCVilara's. ' "
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Alderman Ruddy Holds Two Men
Under Bail Who Threatened and
Interfered with South Scranton
Workers Warrants Issued for
Strikers .Implicated in Riot at Elm
Street Bridge Men at New Belle
vue Washery' Stoned Interview
with Superintendent Rose.
Dm lug the pnut few days numerous
attempts have been made to prevent
men living In South Scranton from go
ing to work at the Dodge colliery, and
yesterday tho acts of Interference were
so, llugrant that olllrers of the Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western Ball
road company swore out a number of
warrants before Alderman M. .1. Buddy
for the arrest of men Implicated.
David Aloigau, of l!(i t'orbett avenue,
and .John Henrle, of 71!) Kynon stieet,
wore arraigned before Alderman Bud
dy last night and held In $G00 boll each,
anil mote arrests will piobably follow
today. The riot, yesterday morning oc
curred at the Kim street bridge, which
has been the center of all the recent
dlsordeis. A crowd of about sixty men
had gutheied there, and not only
stopped the men going to work, but In
some Instances It was claimed abused
them with vile names, and nssaulted
them. Special Olllcer T. V. Lewis, of
the Lneknwhnnu, and two other com
pany deputies who had been delegated
to' escort the working miners, were
powerless against the crowd, and
police headquarters was notified.
POUCH TO T1IK SCENE.
Lieutenant James Feeney responded
In the patrol wugon with a squad of
ten patrolmen, and the strikers quickly
dispersed as the police contingent were
seen approaching. The Lackawanna
authorities claim that their men have
not only been Interfered with at the
bridge, but In some cases their houses
have been blockaded In the early morn
ing, and they have been prevented
.from even starting for the colliery.
The building of the new Bellevue
washery Is also being attended with
some disorder, dowds of men have
been congregating dally In the neigh
boring fields, and men going to work
yesterday morning found n mob of
about two hundred per.sons stationed
near the Dodge breaker.
A young boy, Robert Snyder, was
hailed with cries of "scab" and 'black
leg'," and had to pass through a shower
or stones. He recognized some of the
men, and warrants were sworn out for
their arrest by Alderman Ruddy last
A rather peculiar case arising from
tlie slilke was heaid by Alderman
Ruddy yesteiday afternoon, when airs.
Ann McIIale had several of her neigh
bors arrested. airt. Mary Ann Lewis,
Kllen Williams, Thomas Lewis and
David Williams, the last two small
boys, wete each held in $300 bail. 3. -
McIIale's husband is working In the
mines, and for this reason she claims
she has been Insulted and threatened,
and recently was stoned.
She ran 'Into her house for protec
tion, and claims her neighbors broke
in a door and lollowed her. She then
ran Into another room for protection,
and claims that young Lewis took ad
vantage of her absence to remove a
purse containing $10.
President John Mitchell is expected
back fioin Indianapolis todny. It Is
thought he will arrive In Wilkes-Barrc
about 8 o'clock this evening.
At 1! o'clock this afternoon a joint
meeting of United Mine Workers will
be held at OlyplMnt, In Father Mat
Reports were current yesterday that
operations had been resumed at the
Sloan colliery of the Delaware, Lacka
wanna & Western Railroad company,
und tho Mount Pleasant and West
Ridge collerles of the New York, On
tario & Western Railroad company,
but inquiries at the company's local
headquurters showed the rumors to
be practically groundless.
A large crowd congregated at the
West Ridge early yesterday morning,
but conducted itself In orderly fashion,
and soon scattered when no Indications
were apparent of a resumption of work.
The reports evidently weie based upon
the fact that a large number of men
have been seen recently about each of
the collieries, as a good deal of repair
wo'ik Is In progress. It Is more than
likely that development will ensue at
the tluee collieries in the early part of
Superintendent C. C. Rose of the coal
department of the Delaware & Hudson
Railroad company yesterday afternoon
stated to a Tiibune man that no woik
was In progiess yesterday at the Von
Storch colliery, wheie a number of cars
of coal were hoisted to the surface and
put through the breaker Thursday. In
discussing the situation Superintendent
Rose casually lemarlted:
"I wonder who's going to be the next
man to settlp the sttlke, now that Bis
hop Potter, Moigan and two- stato
politicians have all been suggested and
nothing's developed as yet. There's
one thing certain and th.it is that tho
companies aren't going to back down.
They can stand a long siege of It better
than the men can, and there aren't
going to be any weak-heart,ed moves
on the part of the. corpoiatlons,
A TERRIBLE THINO.
"This strike Js certainly it terrlblu
thing, but It has to bo gone through
with now, and carried to a definite con
clusion. It's strange the way the com
panies aie generally misapprehended.
Now this raise In the -'price of coal Is
generally attributed to us, and we will
get nil the blame attendant upon
straitened conditions which may re
sult from it,
"Now us a matter of fact the coal
carrying companies had all their con
tracts made some lme ago, apd as soon
as the strike Is declared off, and they
are In a position to do so, must deliver
the contract amount at that fixed price.
Why at the close of tho lust strike, our
company didn't make a cent, ubove tho
otlgiual contract rates, until the follow
At Mine Workers' headquarters Presi
dent T, D, Nlcholla discussed the situ
ation freely with the newspaper men,
und reiterated his former remark that
the entire output from the collieries
working In the dlstrlt would not equul
that from any ordinary colliery, at an
Fur different from his opinion, Is tho
statement yesterday glven,out fiom tho
ofllce of the coal department of the
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western rail
road company. .The hitter's officials de.
iltii'O flint lioltvann ulvlit .i,l ..,.!..
thousand tuns of coal have been pro- J
Outline of Pianoforte Courses
, (To Be Continued.)
Course C $60, September to June.
Payable) in Throe Instalments of $20 Each.
Pupils In this course recelvo TWO L13SSONS each week as
One pilvate lesson In Phmnforto Maying, nnd
One lesson In Fundamental Training, Sight Playing, otc.
t'onrso C Is Intemlod for pupils who have been for ono or
two years In Course B, yet It Is sometimes taken In place of
Course H by pupils who require special training In certain dj
Students may remain In Course C as long ns they choose.
The Conservatory ofllce, 604 Linden Street, is open
daily from 8 to 12 a. m. nnd 2 to 5.30 p. m.
duced this month from the three col
lieries und four washerlcs they arc
operating In the city.
SMALL-POX CASES AGAIN.
Six Victims in One Family Who
Were Not Reported.
Dr. Houser, who has charge of the
small-pox cases In the city, learned
yesteiday that six victims In the fam
ily of Patrick Ruane, on Bloom ave
nue, have been at large for some time
unknown to the authorities.
The family has been In needy circum
stances owing to the coal stiike, nnd
when the disease made its appearance
among them no physician was called,
on account of the expense that "would
The father became seiloUsly HI on
Thursday night and Dr. Holllster was
called, lie diagnosed the wise as small
pox, and iiutlllcd Dr. Houser, who quar
antined the house and placed an offi
cer on guard. 'Tlie man was removed
to the Emergency hospital yesterday
In a precarious condition.
The other victims have a milder form
of the disease, but require medical at
tention, and It may yet be necessary
to remove some of them to the hospital.
Some of the children have been seen
about the streets with the rash plainly
visible in tbelr l';irPK
Tlie mother and one child are the
only members of the family who have
escaped the disease. They both were
vaccinated. All of the others had not
been Inocculated up to the time the
cus.es were reported.
NEW PICTURE OF DR. PIERCE.
Taken in Paris After He Had Sac
rificed His Moustache.
The accompanying picture of Rev. R.
F. V. Pierce, D. D., was taken in Paris
during ills recent trip abroad and will
have a strange look to his many friends
REV. R. V. Y. PIEHC'i:, D. D.
as his moustache was sacrificed before
the photograph 'was taken. The mous
tache has not since been restored.
Dr. Pierce will return to the city tho
latter part of next week and occupy
his pulpit Sunday, Aug. 31.
APPLICATION FOR PARDON.
Will Be Made to Board On Behalf of
When the board of pardons meets at
Harrlsburg on Wednesday, September
3, Attorney George S. Horn, will make
application for the release of Max
Koehler, who Is serving a twelve year's
sentence In the Eastern penitentiary.
Koehler was convicted of murder In
the second degree for the killing of
Frank Keryekl during a quarrel In
Prlceburg, and was sentenced by Judge
Edwards on Apill 21, 1S07.
Shoholft Glen on the Erio Railroad.
This famous excursion resort will at
tract a largo number of Scranton's
pleasure seekers on Sunday, August
-Mill, The fJlen Is a wonderful exhibit
of caverns, ' cascades and waterfalls,
and hiiH been greatly Improved and
converted Into au Immense pleasuro
This will bo thu only opportunity to
visit Shnhola, the banks of the Dela
ware, and tho famous switchback this
Special excursion train will leave
Soinnton, Sunday, at 8.15 a. m.; Dun
more, S.iO u. m. Returning, leave Sho
hola ut r p. m. Faro for round trip,
RUSH FOR SEATS.
Scranton Business College,
The fall enrollment will be very large
at the Scranton Business College. Al
ready (Aug, 11th) six hundred and
lltty dollars worth of tuition hus been
wold, This Is unprecedented,1 Peoplo
are beginning to learn that Scranton
Business College students easily secure
positions, draw largo salaries and are
Vapidly promoted, Messrs. Buck &
Whitman ure absolutely unuble to
supply tho demand for bookkeepers and
stenographers even during tho "quiet"
The Temple Iron company will pay
the above reward fpr information
that will lead to the arrest and con
viction of the person o; persons who
shot and seriously injured two of Its
employes at the Edgerton colliery on
Monday night, August 18, 1002.
S. B, THORNE, 4
DAGGER WITH A HISTORY.
Blood Stained Weapon Was Found'
Under a Stairway in Holyrood
For nearly sixty years there has been
In the possession of the family of Wil
liam .Murray, of this city, a dagger of
fine workmanship, which was taken
from the Holyrood palace In Edlnbor
ough, Scotland. The weapon, now rus
ty with age, Is the property of Mrs.
William Burns, of North Fllmore ave
nue, tle daughter of William Murray,
who died a short time ago. Mrs. Burns
says that one of her earliest recollec
tions' Is sselng this dagger hung over
the fireplace In the old home In Scot
land. A cousin of William Murray was en
gaged to be mat lied to a stone mason,
and tills stone mason was hired to re
pair an Inside Htone stairway in the
Holyrood palace. While engaged In re
moving some of the masonry work, of
the stairway, he discovered the dag
ger behind a large stone, und, putting
the weapon in a safe plueG, he waited
till night and then took It home with
him, A close examination revealed the
fact that the dagger was covered with
blood to the hilt.
Believing the weapon to be of con
siderable value, he kept It for some time
and finally gave it to the-young lady to
whom he was engaged. For some rea
son the engagement was broken, and
she, after keeping the, dagger for some
years, gave it to her uncle, Mr. Mur
ray. Although numerous explanations
have been offered ns to why the dagger
was hidden In the staircase, and how
it became coated with blood, yet none
of the old Scotch weople seem to be
able to throw much light on the history
of the blood-stained blafle.
A peculiar tiling about the dngger is
the fact that although several members
of the family have at different times
tried to clean the blood off, it has re
sisted all efforts and today can still
be seen the stains. The dagger blade
Is made or the finest steel, and Is four
teen Inches long. The handle is of Ivory
and Is mounted with gold. Although
Mrs. Burns has had some tempting of
fers made for the dagger, she has re
fused all and the weapon, which Is
probably a hundred 'years old, will re
main in the family.
P Quad's Program.
The following program will be render
ed by Lawrence celebrated band at the
P Quad's outing next Sunday ut Lake
1. March, "Rellglr.so" ....
L'. Descriptive, '.Midnight
3. Selection, "Klorodor.i"
t. "First Heart Throbs" Eilenberg
5. Polish Daneo No. 1 Scharwcnka
C. Fantasia, "Souvenir de Beethoven,"
7, "Kin Mnrclieu" Uoch
S. "The Gloat Heavenly Chulr" ..Jordan
!. Oveiture, "Orpheus" Offenbach
10. March, Selected Reeves
POLICE COURT CASES.
Tl.nmiiu f'fiv1i. wtMiir.r.ii1 lol' nirn,.inrl
fur being drunk and asleep, was com
mitted In Jail yestordfty by Police Magis
trate Howe for ton days In default of a
line of $3. ',
Michael Hopkins, of Dunmore, wno was
arrested Thursday night for attempting
... .It...... ti ni,i r.ii P.trrnlin'in AJnlllw v.nn
lined $." in police cutirt yesterday morn
ing. Jesse Dlalno and Thomas Murphy, two
young men who wcro arrested Thursday
night by Patrolmen Sloat nnd McMullen,
for annoying members of tho stieet
cleaning gang, wero each lined $3 In police
cum t yesteiday morning.
The Brooks & Sanderson Shoe 'Co.
Are giving twenty-live Green Trudlng
Stamps with every dollar purchase,
until Seot. 1st. "
Dr. D. D. Gardner, of Moscow, who
recently graduated from the University
of Pennsylvania In dentistry has regis
tered at tho prothonotary's office and Is
associated with Dr. C. C. Luubach, of
113 Wyoming u venue.
Coursen's Triple Blend Coffee, 32c
We Do Not Like
To harp the same thing
all the time. Still, we like
to talk about our
Teas and Coffees
Our' Mocha and Java Cof
fee at 25c is carefully
blended. Try it and be con
vinced that it is the best in
the city at that price,
Elgin Crsanwy Butter,
20 lbs si.oo.
The Great Atlantic
and Pacific Tea Co.,
411 Lackawanna avenue, 321
North Mnln uvenue. 'Phono 73-2.
Prompt delivery. New 'phono 123.
Coroner Bergo Was Not Able to Con
duct an Inquest Yesterday, but It
Will Be Held Today Circum
stances That Go Against Theory
That Death Was Caused by Heart
Disease Youth Said That He Had
an Enomy Who Lived at No. 4,
Near Moosic. k
The mystery 'In connection with the
death of Jes.su Kilmer, the 10-year-old
boy from Spring Brook, has not been
cleared up yet, and his parents und
ninny others are of this opinion that
he was foully dealt with, notwithstand
ing tho statement made by Dr. Pier
that death was duo to heart disease.
An Inquest was to have been held In
the enso yesterday, but owing to tho
absence of Coroner Berge, tho healing
was postponed until today. As far as
can be learned, no autopsy has been
made on the body, nnd thu theory of
heart failure was advanced from out
ward appearances of the body.
The position lu which tho body lay,
and the trail of blood discovered lead
ing from the railroad to tho point
wheie the body "-was found, would
hardly Indicate heart dlsense. Fur
thermore, the wound on the buck of the
young man's head, and the marks on
Ills face nre suspicious.
HANDKERCHIEF OVER FACE.
The finding of u handkerchief over
his face, and his coat buttoned up, to
gether with his hat pulled down over
the wound on his head, -would Indicate
that un effort had been made to cover
up a crime. It Is hardly probable that
young Kilmer lay down where found,
as he was familiar with the locality
and had gone homo that way many
times at night before.
Another fact which has some signifi
cance Is that Kilmer was a strong,
robust, fearless youth, who was not, a
victim of heart trouble. Had he com
mitted suicide by drinking the. carbolic
acid he was known to have when last
seen alive, some evidence of it would
be plainly apparent, nnd the body
would not have been found In such a
restful position ns It was.
A peculiar, coincidence in connection
with the carbolic acid he purchased Is
that fact that he gavo an assumed
name to the druggist who waited on
him, and when the remains wero dis
covered and examined, no trace'of the
carbolic acid could be found about the
body. The bottle has not yet been lo
cated. SAID HE WAS AFRAID.
Miss Osborn, the young woman with
whom ho was lust seen alive, made the
statement that Kilmer said he did not
want to go home Sunday night and ex
pressed sonij fear for his safety. Since
his body was discovered, she recalled
a statement he made to her some time
ago, that lie had an enemy at No. 4.
The enemy was a young man with
v horn Kilmer had quarrelled and
fought and demonstrated his physical
superiority, but whether such a per
son had any connection with his death
is not known. No. 4 is near where the
body was found.
SHORE DINNER AT LODORE.
Conductors Will Enjoy a Rhode
Island Banquet, August 27.
A great excursion will be run by the
Delaware and Hudson conductors on
Wednesday, Aug. 27 to Lake Lodore,
by the shores of which they will serve
a Rhode island Shore Dinner, a repast
befitting gods and epicures. It will
consist of tons of chicken, sweet pota
toes, sweet corn, fish and clams, all
covered with clover and long grass and
.sod and cooked at the same time under
fi great pyramid of burning wood. Peo
ple who once enjoy a real Shore Dioner
will walk miles to attend another.-
Many attractions will bo provided, in
cluding an elegant dance programme,
for the enjoyment of every one who
Excursion trains will bo run from all
points or the D. & II. railroad, between
WIIkes-Barre und Honosdale at greatly
reduced rates. Trains will leave tho
Lackawanna avenue depot, Scranton at
0.28 and 10.13 a. m. and 12.00 in. Fare
from Scranton 73 cents.
Scranton Business College office now
open day and evening.
A New Messenger Service,
The I S,tar Lhio Messenger Delivery
company, a concern doing, a messenger
und parcel delivery business on a scale
of great magnitude In tho lurger cities
throughout the country, have establish
ed their service In Scianton, with au
ofllce nt 12S Washington avenue. Neat
ly uniformed messengers of Intelligence
are employed and letters or parcels' will
be delivered to any part of the city for
the nominal sum of ten cents. The, new
concern will be ready for business
Monduy morning. Telephone culls will
be promptly uusweied, "
The P. Quads,
Next Sunday at Lake Poyntelle.
Delicious melons at Coursen's,
We will havo a large line
of Fruit TODAY.
If you desire Delaware
Fruit, we advise buying
E. G. Course n,
Nature's Summer Medicine,
The One a rent Health Builder.
Pnlno's Celery Compound supplies
the needs of the weak, sickly, nnd dis
eased In a way that no other medicine
can do. H never falls to brace and
strengthen tho weakened nerves; It
forms new tissue and quickly purities
the foul and stngnnnt blood, allowing It
to course with freedom nnd life to
every part of tho body. Paine's Celery
Compound Is the great 'furnisher of
nutriment for tho weak and rundown
The use of il few bottles of Paine's
Celery Compound produces results
that are most astonishing and happy
to the sick. The thin, emaciated body
soon takes on solid llesh, the skin Is
clear, the oyos bright and sparkling,
pain In the back Is banished, tho liver
and kidneys work healthily, the diges
tive organs do duty with unfnlilng
regularity, feelings of new energy and
well being take the place of nervous
ness, despondency and melancholia.
Nourishing the nerves, thu formation
of fresh tissue, and cleansing of the
blood by Paine's Celery Compound,
means a new, vigorous and happy life.
There can be no failures when Paine's
Celery Compound Is used; It truly
"makes sick peoplo well."
FOUR MORE TRESPASS SUITS.
The Plaintiffs Are All Victims of the
Attorney Aaron Augustus Chnso yes
terday instituted suit against the
Wllkes-Barre and Scranton Railway
company and the Scranton Steel com
pany for Mrs. Mary Lutz and Nicholas
Gnns, who seek to recover damages
In the sums of $3,000 and $2,000 respect
fully, for Injuries done to their prop
erties in South Scranton during the
Suits were also Instituted by Attorney
Chase for Mary Saner and Charles
Stone, for damages done by the floods.
The former asks for $6,000 and the lat
ter for $3,000. The Scranton Steel com
pany, the Scranton and Wllkes-Barre
Railway company and the Central
Railroad of New Jersey are named as
Sunday Excursion to Shohola Glen.
On Sunduy, August 24th, the Eiio rail
road announce a special excursion train
from Scranton and Dunmore to Shohpla
Glen. This idoa) resort Is located on
the banks of tho Delaware and Is noted
for its romantic and rugged sceneryr
The Falls, the Glen, and the Switchback
attract thousands from New York each
Sunday. Trains leave. Scranton at 8.15
a. m. and Shohola returning at 5.00 p.
m. Faro for round trip $1.00.
The Largest and most
artistic line ever shown
in the city.
Hill & Connell
121 Washington Avenue,
We have an immense line of Den-.,
tho grades and shades that make dej ,
slrablo outing hats.
up on the most
hats, namely; black, white and thre9"j,,S
different shades of red. We have
the complete line of colors which
have become so well known for dec
On all sales of S1.00 and over at
Of Oxfords and Shoes.'
Opposite Council Building,
134 Wnsliington Avenue. '
Seeking safe investment,
paying highrate of interest,
will do well to consult
Guaranty & Trust Co.
We Offer For Sale
High class, ist Mortgage
per cent , gold bonds, in
amounts from $i.odoup. We
Pay 3 per cent interest on de
posits. Insure titles. Become:
Surety. Act as trustee.
Capital and Surplus, $1,000,000
L. A. UATRES, President
F. L PHILLIPS, 3d Ylce-
President and Treasurer,
Are tho best in the world.
In VARNISHES we carry
Also a full line of Brushes
ftittenbender & G
126-128 Franklin Ave.
Why Is It?
AH Good Grocery
That's easy enough,
because it is recognized
We only Wholesale it.
Mill & Grain Co.,
TI.e,,. Hanoi' lltal ht ftf :' !
We have stocked .'
durable shades foe, V,
Hotel Jermyn Building.
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