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THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 191 2.
Foreign Element, Mob Mad,
Drive Firemen Out.
MORE OUTBREAKS ARE FEARED
Half Dozsn Placet In Southern Anthra
cite Field Stirred by Rabid Attacks
of Men on Strike Trolley Cars
Held Up Nonunion Men
Mahnnoy City, Va., Mny 7. Kloting
broke out In a half dozen different
places lu the southern anthracite Held,
nnd the foreign portion of the initio
workers, which constitute 70 per
cent of the whole, was In n lighting
mood. The foreigners held up trolley
cars nnd compelled mine firemen,
pumpmen and ashmen, who nre al
lowed to work under the union's order,
to get off nnd return to their homes.
Mobs of foreigners went to tho Tur
key Run nnd the Koeley Hun collerles
of the Heading company and drove the
firemen nnd tho pumpmen out of the
boiler houses. At the Shenandoau City
colliery a mob collected, nnd the men
who nre employed fighting 11 mine
fire were ntopped and some of them
A detail of sixteen state police was
sent to Shenandoah. Arrangements
have been made to mobilize the three
troops of state police hero on short
Mayor Douchney of th'is city Issued
a proclamation calling upon all citizens
to aid In preserving the peace.
SHOOTS WOMEN, SLAYS SELF.
Ousted Boarder Fatally Wounds Two
on Porch of Boarding House,
Wnshlngton, Pa., May 7. With doz
ens of neighbors looking on from their
porches, Joseph r.ovejoy, Jr., thirty
years old, shot and fatally wounded
two women sitting on the porch of
their home, and then turning the re
volver upon himself fired a bullet
through his own heart, dying Instantly.
The women shot are Mrs. Anna
Welsh, who received a bullet In the
forehead, and Mrs. Pearl Ross, who
was shot through the body. Both are
In a local hospital in a dying condition.
The fancied wrong which It is be
lieved Induced Lovejoy to commit the
triple crime, had Its origin In Love
joy's dismissal from the Hoss home
four weeks ago. For several years
he had lodged In the house, nnd It
was about the time Mrs. Welsh took
lodgings there thnt Mrs. Ross notified
Lovejoy that ho must leave.
WILSON TO GET DELEGATES.
Governor Will Get Twelve From State
Harrlsburg, Pa., May 7. Battle lines
were sharply drawn for the Demo
cratic state convention here.
Each side was confident it would
have a majority of the delegates, with
consequent control of the convention.
The regulars, headed by James M.
Guffey of Pittsburg, national com
mitteeman, nnd Walter T. Hitter of
Wllllamsport, state chairman, asserted
they would have at least 112 delegates,
while the "reorganizers" under tho
leadership of George W. Guthrie, for
mer mayor of Pittsburg nnd chairman
of the "reorganlzers' " stnte commit
tee; Representative A. Mitchell Palmer
of Stroudsburg und Vance C. McCor
mlck of Harrlsburg declared they will
have about 127 delegates. There will
be only 182 delegntes.
Two things have been ngreed on.
First, that Woodrow Wilson will get
the twelve delegates at large, and,
second, that William II. Berry of Dela
ware county, formerly state treasurer
and nt one time defeated for governor,
will be the nominee for state treas
urer. The control of the party ma
chinery will Ik; the chief issue.
(Special to Tito Citizen.)
Oouldshoro, Mny 7.
Mrs. Louisa Klaro Toturned from
Scranton on Saturday whoro sho had
been spending a few doys with her
brother, Henry Klutz, who Is very
111 nt the homo of his brother, John.
His mother, Mrs. A. Klutz, of Le
high Glen, Is with him.
Captnln William Geary has gono to
Phlllipsburg for a few weeks.
.Mrs. Horuinn Hutt, of Philadel
phia, Is spending a couplo of weeks
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. BenJ.
Henry, at West 'End.
Mrs. George 'Wardell, of Scranton,
spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs.
M. 1M. 'Dutot.
Mrs. Maria Simpson, who has been
spending a few days with her son,
Elmer Simpson, In Washington, D.
C, has returned to Gouldsboro.
Mrs. M. M. DuTot and son Paul,
spent Saturdny In Scranton.
Mrs. Calvin Gross, of Sunnyslde,
who has been sick for several weeks,
Is much Improved nnd on 'Saturday
went to Thornhurst for a couplo of
weeks' visit with relatives and other
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Wilson Ellenbor
ger and children, Mnrjorlo and Wil
liam, were tho guests of 'Mrs. S. S.
linger on Saturday.
A meeting was held In Lohlgh
Glen school houso Saturday evening
for the purpose of organizing a
Grange. Thoso that attended from
hero wore Mr. and Mrs. George
Schitcrlie, Miss Mary Schlterlle,
John Courtney, Mr. and iMrs. Wnlter
Flower, Burton Tyler, 'Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Lincoln Scott, of Scranton,
spent Sunday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William Henry, at Klon
dike. It. B. Decker and Dr. Korllng
were Thornhurst visitors on Sunday.
Tho Gracer farm, located in Dre
hcr has been purchased by Daniel
.Mrs. Angelina Burke .has returned
to her home at South Sterling, hav
ing spent tho winter with her sons
in Buffalo and Now York.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Stalblrd, of
Avoca, and Mrs. Frank Gress, of
Scranton, who had been spending
several days with Mr. and iMrs. Geo.
Johnson, 'Sr., at Sunnyslde Lake
Farm, have returned home.
Hi W. Balcom left for Portsmouth,
Va., on Wednesdey, where ho will
oversee the installing of the machin
ery and the starting of tho new but
ter box factory being built at that
place by the 'Lay & Balcom Mfg. Co.
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Smith, of Eas-
ton, are spending a few days with
their mothers, 'Mrs. 'Etna Staples
and .Mrs. G. G. Smith.
Truman Johnson, of North Ban
gor, is tho guest of his uncle, Geo.
Rev. A. L. Smith, pastor of St.
John's Lutheran church at Ricketts,
was the guest of his mother, Mrs. G.
G. Smith, during the Lutheran con
ference. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schultz aro
moving to Jersey 'Heights. They
gave a farewell party In 'Dlerolf hall
to a number of their friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tingley and
daughter Dorothy have returned
from a visit with Mr. Tlngley's par
ents at Alford.
Joseph Tingley, of Hallstead, who
had been visiting ,hls brother, Her
bert, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Falrless have
Issued Invitations to the marriage of
their daughter, Marllla F., to Clar
ence .J. Surplus at six o'clock Wed
nesday evening, 'May 15, at their
homo at West 'End.
Tho Gouldsboro High school com
mencement exercises will bo hold
Friday evening, May 10, in the
TAFT TO WELCOME FLEET.
"Who's Who and Why?"
A complete short story appearing
in tho Friday (May 10th) Issue of
The Citizen. Don't miss it. 35el3
German Naval Commander and Offi
cers Will Be Honored.
Washington. May 7. Exceptional
honors will be pnld by the government
of the United Stutes to the commander
In chief and otllcers of the German
squadron which Is to visit American
waters next month, according to the
program announced at tho navy de
partment. President Tuft himself will go to
Hampton Roads on tho Mayflower to
givo the Germans au early olllclal wel
come to this country. He will also ro
celvo Hear Admiral Reblur-Paschwltz.
commanding the squadron and his offi
cers at tho Whlto House.
Tho German squadron will anchor
oft Capo Henry, Va., from Hay SO t
Amateur Aviator Badly Injured,
Harrlsburg, Pa., May 7. J. B. Mc
Calley, an amateur neroplanUt of this
city, fell with his machlno a distance
of forty feet and was seriously Injur
ed, nis aeroplane was demolished.
At Harrlsburg Lancaster, 4; Harris-
burg, 1. v
At York Alleutown, 4; York 3.
At Johnstown Trenton, 3; Johns
town, S (Ave Innings rain).
At Altoona Wilmington, 2; Al
BARON VON BIEBEESTEIN. (
) German Diplomat Who Will f
) Be Transferred to London. C
The announcement of the appointment
of Baron JtHrsehall von Uleberstetn as
German ambassador at London, or. rath- ,
er, his transfer from Constantinople to j
umi puni, aim uih rciirciiium ui uuni
Wolff-Mettcnilch 1h Interpreted as having
unusual International significance.
CLARK WINS TENNESSEE.
STEEL TRUSTSUIT ON
Trial Starts With Inquiry Into Stool
and Wire Pool.
New York, May 7. Tho taking ot
testimony In tho government's suit to
dissolve the United States Steel cor
poration was continued today before
nenry P. Brown, tho master appoint
ed by the United States circuit court
In Trenton, where tho government
filed Its bill in equity. Tho hearing is
likely to last two months. Jacob M.
Dickinson, former secretary of war,
appears in this suit In the role of
trust buster, having been appointed
special assistant to the attorney gen
eral. Judge Dickinson did nil of the ques
tioning nt tho opening session, with
Henry E. Colton acting ns his assist
ant. C. A. Soverance, who was Frank
B. Kellogg's partner iu the govern
ment's suit against the Harrlmat
lines, appeared In the suit among the
counsel for tho defense, the chief of
which Is Richard V. Llndabury, chief
counsel for the steel corporation.
Tho .subject matter taken up for tho
opening of the suit was the steel and
wlro pool, to which tho American
Steel nnd Wire company, a subsidiary
of the steel corporation, wos a part
nnd which itself was the subject of
government prosecution resulting lust
fall in the participants, not only cor
porations, but individuals, being fined
after they had put In pleas of nolle
Wallace Buell, onco a sales manager
of tho American Steel and Wire com
pany, nnd George n. Ilorton, president
of tho Bryden Horso Show company,
Will Control State Convention May 15
as Result of Primary.
Nashville, Tenn., Mny 7. Speaker
Champ Clnrk for president has swept
almost everything in sight lu the way
of Instructed votes In all of tho coun-
ties reporting so far, and the informa
tion from over the three grnnd divi
sions of tho stnte indicate that he can
not hardly be kept out of organizing
the state convention May 15. In the
First district In east Tennessee he car
ried it by at least two to one.
West Tennessee enme up splendidly
for Clark, and in nil of the counties
giving instructions ho has the best of it
by far. and his mnnagers' confidently
clnlm that they have the whole of that
section of the state conquered.
MRS. GRACE INDICTED.
"I'm Glad of It," She Cries, Meaning
Sho Welcomes Early Trial.
Atlanta, Ga., Mny 7. Mrs. Daisy
Grace, formerly Miss Daisy Ulrlch
Ople of Philadelphia, was indicted by
the Fulton county grand Jury on a
charge of attempting to murder lier
husband, Eugene Grace, while he was
asleep in bed. at their homo in Atlanta
"I'm glad of It; I'm glad of it; I'm
so glad!" Mrs. Grace repeated when
told of tho indictment. Sho expressed
the hope that she would have an early
Warrant Out For Unverzagt.
London. May 7. A warrant has been
issued for the nrrest of Charles Henry
Unverzagt of New York, who is a
wealthy mine owner nnd who was tak
en Into custody on March 25 here on a
charge of mailing libelous postcards to
Miss Winifred Smith and who subse
quently disappeared after being admit
ted to ball.
(Special to Tho' Citizen.) -
Indian Orchard, May 7.
Tho Grange nt this place is still
adding now members. Six will bo
voted on at our next meeting. Wor
thy Master illnlsoy Wells was unable
to attend our last meeting on ac
count of sickness.
Matthew Olver and cousin, Mabel
Olver, were visiting relatives and
friends at tho Lake on Sunday and
'V. J. Barnes, of Honcsdnle, Dr.
Crocker and J. C. Brannlng, of Nar
rowsburg, iN. Y., attended Virgil
Case's funeral nt tho lako on Sun
iRov. William Seymour was a wel
come caller at this place recently.
Tho rain on Monday evening Inst
proventcd tho Odd Follows from
here nnd tho lako from attending
their annual banquot at Honcsdalc.
Fred iDlllemouth and wife from
Beech Grove, were visitors at tho
homo of Mr. and (Mrs. A. Mitchell on
Mrs. J. G. Swartz Is having a
poultry houso erected. Mr. Swartz
la doing tho carpenter work.
Henry Garrett, or Rochester, Pa.,
Is visiting his mother, Elizabeth
L. H. Garrett and wife, of White
Mills, were visitors at tho Red Rock
Farm on Wednesday.
Mrs. Owen Olver, of Chestnut
Lake, and daughter, Mrs. Wilcox, of
Calkins, Blanche Oliver, Alice and
Anna Reining, of Beachlake, were
the guests of Mrs. David Olver on
R. B. Marshall made a business
trip to 'White Mills tho fore part of
Dr. Holford and Arthur Olver
were at this place during tho early
part of the week In the Interest of
tho Borden company.
Mr. iBodle, of 'Beech Grove, was a
recent 'business caller at this place.
Mrs. Francos Garrett, of Beach
lake, Is spending several days in this
vicinity as the guest ot Mrs. L. It.
Garrett and Mrs. W. H. Hall.
Martin Lllholt, the Atco cider
man, was a business caller at the
home of Earl C. Ham on Tuesday.
Charles Spry and wife, of Laurel
la, spent Tuesday with relatives
Several at this place havo pur
chased thoroughbred Holsteln
calves this spring; others have deal
ed extensively in fancy poultry.
iRay Hambley and Leslie Decker
spent several days hero and at
Boyd's Mills this week. They will
have some interesting fish stories to
tell when they return to their homes
June Decker and Joseph Jacobs, of
Honesdale, and Peter Nell, of Haw
ley, were looking up tho horse busi
ness here on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Spry enter
tained several of their Beachlake
friends on Thursday evening last.
Mesdames Ham. Brown. Guthcll,
nnd Mrs. lEdward Guthcll and son,
of. White Mills, wero tho guests of
Mrs. Rebecca 'Leftwlch on Thursday
Tho Ladles' Guild was hold at the
home of Mrs. Leftwlch on Thursday
afternoon. Tho attendance wns
nlrgo. Tho proceeds wero over five
dollars. The next QV1 mooting will
bo held nt tho homo of Mrs. Frank
An Ice cream social will bo hold
In tho hnsement of tho now church
on Tuesday evening, the 14 th Inst.
A cordial Invitation Is extended to
all. Come down, see tho new edifico
and havo a good time socially.
iMrs. Mary Eborhardt and children
of Tafton, visited tho former's broth
er, Jacob Switzer, on Sunday. Mr.
Wheole, of Wllsonvllle, was also a
guest of the latter on tho same day.
Chester Malonoy and Joseph Saun
ders, of East Honesdale, wore horo
nnd at Troop's Corners on Tuesday
looking for cows.
Our faithful mall carrier, .1. Owen
Olver, has decided to take a vacation
in tho near future. His son, Otto
will he on the route.
Ellery Crosby and William Ives,
Beachlake, were transacting business
at the Gray homestead on Wednes
day. Send six cents to The Citizen,
Honesdale, Pa., and receive a booklet
containing tho first thirty lessons of
George Spry, wife and son, Fred
die, of Chestnut Lake, spent Tuesday
last at the Chestnut Grove farm as
the gue3ts of W. iD. Buckingham and
Margaret Maloney, of Laurella, Is
the guest of Miss Anna Smith at the
Clyde Leftwlch spent Sunday tst
at the homo ot his mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. John Case, son. and
Louise Case, of Aldenville, passed
hero enroute for East Berlin on Sun
day where they attended the funeral
of Virgil Case.
Havo you sent six cents to Tho
Citizen for tho little booklet con
taining tho spelling words? It Is
a nlco thing to have.
Albert Swartz Is working for Alon
zo Williams of Adams' Lake.
iR. B. Marshall, wife and daughter,
Edith, of Beachlake, were visitors
here on Tuesday last.
Irtna Ham Is visiting her sister,
iMrs. Wesley Tuthlll, of Hawley.
William Avery has enlarged his
farm by purchasing 40 acres more
".Why,is it that men nevor seem to
caro to go to -weddings?"
"Madame, men aro progressive. I
havo no doubt thnt tho tlmo will
como when hardly any man will care
to wltne.83 a hanging."
Long Kelt Want.
Knlcker Is Jones a mechanical
Bocker Yes; he Is trying to In
vent a furnaco that will heat tho
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
9100 ItEWAIU), 9100.
Tho readers of thlB paper will bo
pleased to learn that there Is at
least one dreaded disease that
science has been able to cure in all
its stages, and that is Catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is tho only posi
tive cure now known to the medi
cal fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon tho blood and
mucous surfaces of the system,
thereby destroying tho foundation
ot the disease, and giving tho patient
strength by building up tho consti
tution and assisting nature in doing
its work. The proprietors have so
much faith In its curatlvo powers
that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that it falls to cure.
Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., I
Toledo. O. II
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
NOTICE is hereby given that an ap
plication will be made to the Gov
ernor of Pennsylvania on May 17th,
1912, at 11 o'clock a. m. by Catho-
llne Lambert, J. Wallace Lambert,
and W. F. Suydam, Jr., under tho
Act of Assembly, entitled an Act I
to provide for the incorporation and
regulation of certain corporations,!
approved April 29. 1874, and sup-l
plements thereto for tho charter of j
an intended corporation to be called I
"Tho Cromwell Light, Heat and!
Power Company," tho character andl
object of which Is the storage, trans
portation and furnishing of waterl
with tho right to take rivulets anil
lands and erect reservoirs for hold
ing water for manufacturing andl
other purposes, and for tho creation, I
establishing, furnishing, transmis
sion and using of water power
therefrom and for these purposes to
have, possess and enjoy all the
rights, benefits and privileges of tho
said Act of Assembly and supple
SEAKLE & SALMON,
Honesdale, Pa., April 18, 1912.
FIRE SALE I
All a girl needs to write n lovo
letter is reams of 'paper; a man
needs a fit of lunacy.
Tho people who frequently havo
to resort to expedients aro thoso who
can't affprd to, but do,
Marriage is a thing to 'bo thought
over very carefully beforehand, and
that's why everybody does it afterward.
New York, May 7.
BUTTER Firm; receipts, 4.101; cream
ery, specials, lb., 31c; extras, S0V4c.: firsts,
Ha30c.: seconds, 28Ma29c; th!rilB, 27a28c:
state dairy, tubs, finest. 30a30Hc: good to
prime, 29; common to fair, 24aI7a; pack
ing- stock, current make, No. 2, 22Hc; No.
3, Zla23c.; process, specials, 27Ha; extras,
2fiHo27a; flrsts, 25Ho2Gc.; seconds, 24a25c.;
factory, current make, firsts, 25a25Hc:
seconds, ZioZiHc; thirds, 22a23c
CHEESE Firm; receipts, (31; state,
whole milk, new, specials, white, lGa;
colored, 16c; average fancy, white,
15c; colored, ISHc.; undergrades, 14V4a
16c.; state skims, new, speoluls, white, 11a
lUc.; colored, llallVic.; fair to choice. Sa
lOttc.; undergrades, nominal, 6a7c.
EGGS Steady: receipts, 23,990: fresh
gathered, extras, dozen, 21Hn22c.; storage
packed, nrsts to extra firsts. 20V4a21Hc;
regular packed, extra flrsts, 2to20Vic;
flrsts, 19al9V4c: seconds. 18al8Hc: dirties,
15V4al6Hc.; checks, 10al3V4c: stato. Penn
sylvania and near by, hennery whites, !
fancy, large, 22a23c.; fair to good, 21a22c; I
hennery browns, 21a21Hc.: gathered brown j
and mixed colors, 19Y4a20Hc.
HAY AND STRAW Firm : timothy, 100
lbs., fl.40al.GS; shipping, 11.33; clover, mix-
ed, fl.30al.55; long rye straw, flal.05; oat. i
75c.; Brnall bales. 6c. less. I
POTATOES New, firm: old, firm; Der-
muda. new. No. 1, bbl., ISaG.60; No. 2. f5a
6.60; Florida, new,, white. No, 1, f3.60aG;
red, foaS.CO; seconds, t3.Kto4.0O; culls, f2a3;
Maine, old. In bulk, 160 lbs., fla4.60; bag,
f4a4.2S; Btate. old, In bulk, 180 lbs., f3.75a4;
bag, f3.60a4; European, ICS lb. bag, fl.50a
2.60; sweets. Jersey, basket, fl.2Gaz,
DRESSED POULTRY Fresh killed.
Arm; chickens, dry packed, Philadelphia
broilers, 4Sa60c.; Pennsylvania, broilers.
40a4Sc.; fowls, dry packed, western boxes,
14al7c; bbls.. Iced, UAiMc.; old roosters.
UHc; spring ducks, near by, 23c.; squabs,
white, dozen, J2a4.ES; dark, 11.50; frozen
turkeys. No. 1, Zlatta.; No. 2, 14al6c;
chickens, broilers, milk fed, 23a2So.; corn
fed, 20a25c.; roasters, milk fed, 19a20o.;
corn fed, 18al9a; fowls, 4 and 6 lbs. each,
lGc.; old roosters, lie; ducks. No. 1, na
22o.; geese. No. 1, 10a
The following articles, which is a partial list of goods for sale, are in
good condition and have been reduced about one-half of the original price:
Live Stock Markets.
Pittsburgh, May 7.
CATTLE Receipts, 110 loads; market
lower; choice, fS.2SaS.G0; prime, f7.7S&8.15;
good t7.t0aT.76; tidy. f7.2Sa7.66; fair, f(S-27a7;
common to good fat bulls, f4.60a7.2S; do.
cows, t3.60aS.60; heifers, fSa7.60; fresh cows
and springers, f23aG0.
SHEEP AND LAMDS-nelcepts, SO dou
ble decks; market dull and lower; prlmo
wethers, fS.60a6.2S; good mixed, fS.40aS.7S;
fair mixed, fSa&35; lambs, f4a8.2S; spring
lambs, Kail; veal calves, f7a7.60; heavy
and thin, f6aS.C0.
IIOOB Receipts, 60 double decks; mar
ket slow; prime, heavy, mixed, medium
aad heavy Yorkers, f7.78aT.86; light York
ers, f7a7.75; pigs, ftat.60; roughs. f&GOaT.
First column original, second sale price :
Nails 50c to 1.50 per keg
Paint $2.10 at $1.25 per gal.
Hinges Gc per lb. at 3c per lb.
Locks 30 15 etc. each
Wash Basins 10 05 cts. each
Milk Pans 15 0G cts. each
Galvanized 'Pails 25 07 cts. etch
Axes $1.25 75 cts. each
Sweeping Compound 25c. pkg. 15c.
Nickel Tea and Coffee Pots $1.25 C5c each
Hammers and Hatchets GO 35 each
Leather half soles 20 10 per pr.
Belting at greatly reduced prices.
Doors 2.10 50c each
Heating Stoves $20.00 $10.00 each
Meat Choppers $2.00 1.35 each
Wood Measures 35c 10c each
Metal Polish 50c 30c can
Files 15c 07 each
Scrows V original price
Pocket Knives GOc 25c each
'Razors $2.50 $1.00 each
Padlocks 40c 15c each
llathroom Fixtures at greatly reduced prices.
Hopo 12 1-2 Sc lb.
Poultry Supplies at greatly roduced prices.
Holts, at greatly reduced prices.
Furniture Polish 25c 15c bottle
Varnish Stains at greatly reduced prices.
snot uuns nt greatly reduced prices.
Hunting Coats $2.25
Shot Gun Shells GOc -
Carving Seta $3.50
Saw Clamps $1.00 GOc each
Saw Sets 75c 50
Mrs. Pott's Sad Irons $1.15 S5c
Asbestos Irons $1.75 $1.25
Kalsomino Brushes $1.00 40c
Ax and All Kinds Hdls. at greatly reduced prices.
Barn Door Hangers 75c 40c.
Stovo Clay 35c to 25c per pkg.
Stove Clay 25c to 15c. per pkg.
Stovo Clay 15c to 08c per pkg.
Fishing Tackle at greatly roduced prices.
Steel Traps 35c 20c
Bread Mixers $2.00 $1.25
Stewart Clipping Machines, original prico $7.50; sale price $5.50
Baumann Building Next to
South Main Street.