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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1908)
WHAT CLUBWOMEN ARE DOING
Ready for Entertainment
MRS. MOORE EXTENDS GREETINGS
ew President of Cieneral Federation
Imim First Commaulcatlon to
Clabdom Throoah Ortobrr
For the second tlmo since Its organlta
tlon the Nebraska Federation of Wompn'i
clubs will hold Ita annual convention In
Omaha this week. The federation win or
ganised In Omaha In 14 and In 1898 Ita an
nual convention waa held here. The meet
ing thla wek will open Tuesday and con
tinue through Thursday. All except the
business scsMons will be open to the pub
lic and bealdea theae program the follow
ing complimentary affairs for the visiting
lelegates has been announced:
The Omaha Woman's club extend a cor
dial welcome to all members of the state
federation, and in their honor will tender
a banquet Thursday evening, October 15
at 8 o'clock at the Rome hotel. Delegates
will be guests of the club and any other
club members desiring to participate may
do so by remitting $1 and sending name to
Mrs. H. 8. McDonald. 4018 Farnam street,
Omaha, not later than Tuesday, October
The presidents, delegates and visiting
members are cordially Invited to take lunch
at the Armour and Cudahy packing com
pany's plants, Wednesday, October 14, at
It Is requested that all persons desiring to
make this trip be ready to leave the club
rooms by 11:46 o'clock In order that the
return may be made In time for the after
Superintendent White of the Deaf and
Dumb Institute extenda an Invitation to all
club members td pay a visit to the school
at 4:S0 o'clock, Wednesday, Octoher 14.
Mrs. C. W. Unlnger and Mrs. Frank
Haller cordially Invite the presidents and
delegates to visit the Unlnger Art gallery
at 1:30 o'clock, Octoher IB.
Mrs. Llnlnger and Mrs. Haller also extend
a cordial Invitation to all club mcmliers to
visit the gallery at 1:80, Thursday, Octo-
V tor 15.
The Omaha Society of Fine arts ex
tends to all delegates attending the con
vention, a cordial Invitation to visit the
club rooms, third floor, Omaha public
library, Thursday, October 15, at 3:30 p. m.
Members will be there to meet their
guests and Introduce them to Mrs. Sher
wood, ex-chalrman General Federation of
Women's clubs art committee, who will
give an Informal gallery talk on forty or
more original paintings of American art
I -its which she Is able to bring to Omaha
1 ause of the courtesy of the artists with
whom she Is personally acquainted.
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock the
Commercial club will take the visiting
women for an automobile ride about the
Greetings from Mrs. Moore.
Mrs. Philip N. Moore of St. Louis, newly
elected president of the General Federa
tion of Women's clubs, has Issued tHe fol
lowing communication to club women
through the October Bulletin:
My Dear Friends of the Federation:
Nothing could have pleased me more than
the Introduction to you In Boston as "the
Hew president, but your old friend."
Our beloved past president has given us
thought and work of a marvellous scope,
fnd It rests with' us In the next two years
o Justify her belief; not to be content In
taking "no step backward," but to keep
ttep and press forward.
Not every president can do what she has
Sone, In going to your homes and In glv
lg Inspiration from such a magnetic per
sonality: but we would not be worth the
four years she has given, were we not
ready to stand with utmost loyally for
her principles of work, with and for each
other and for humanity.
This may be a time for correlation of
forces, for helping stedlly forward the
enthusiasm that sometimes wanes. I beg
you therefore to remember that no tw.
IK-ople are alike, no two methods of work
are exactly similar; and therein lies a
charm Ini diversity, provided wo work to
ward the same ends, and never forget the
underlying principle of right.
You should not depend entirely upon the
persona you have pluced In office to make
your "platform, " provided you have chosen
tho right ones to whom you can Intrust
the various plunks of the platform, that
they keep them sound and strong.
l.t my first message be one of persua
Ivn force. We call ourselves WO.OUO In nutn-lM-r,
imd with such a body we could ac
complish anything that wus right and ex
pedient. Why An we not accomplish all we at
tempt? Because there are many clubs un
willing to respond to the will of the ma
jority. They are practically weights around
the necks of those who follow the prin
ciples of such an organisation. When the
chairmen, whom your officers have placed
It. authority over the work of the federa
tion, present their tilans. manv clubs think
tt futile to consider them. They do not
' ai '( tii.fi lory miKMi m icuni iim
them, as an appreciation of tho work of
their own organisation, to gain the knowl
edge noCcHMiry for nn intelligent vote.
Numbers give fictitious value unless every
club uiulerstar.ds the questions under con
sideration, even if not individually work
ing along those lines. Let us make our
organisation so thoroughly understood
that the question need never be raised as
to what we do, or, If raised, easily an
swered by every one In membership
The report of the ninth biennial with ad
dresses from distinguished experts, reports
or committees and slate presidents and the
business action of the federation Is In thi
hands of the retiring recording secretary,
Mrs. John D. Sherman, 73 Bust Forty
seventh atreet. Chicago. III. Copies will be
sent to every club, but any Individual
member may obtHln a prpy by sending Jn
cents to the above address. It will be
pleusant to hettr from you with a question,
k problem or a suggestion and I prom's.
a prompt reply. I may refer you at times
to a e. inmlttee or our bureau of Informa
tion, but u will be glad to know exactly
where to find the word vnu are seeking.
With cordial good will and service, sin
cerely yours, EVA PERRY MOORE.
D. A. H. neglna Work,
The local thupter, Daughters of the
American Revolution, will holt lis first
meeting of the autumn Monday afternoon
at the home of Misa Eliza Burdett Pat
rick. Mrs. Charles B. I.ettan of Lincoln,
state regent. Mrs. Geoige Sheldon, wile of
Uovernor Sheldon, Mis. Drayton Buahncll
of Council Bluffs, vice president geneial
of the society for Iowa, and Mrs. Thomas
Metcalf, regent of the Cornell liluffs chap
ter, will be guests of the afternoon. The
launnehlng of the battleship. N bruska, will
aftord the theme of the afternoons pro
gram. Mrs. Edgar Allen, who waa among
the Nebraskana present at . the launc hing,
will give a paper on "The Progress of the
Fleet Around the World." Mrs. A. C. Troup
will give a history of the Nebraska's stand
of colors. Mrs. Sheldon will tell i f the pre
sentation of the colors and Mrs. Amy Car
penter will tell of the social side of the
launching. Miss Nancy Bdttln will furnUh
Mrs. Sheldon and Mrs. Let ton will be
the guists of Mrs. A. K. Qault. regent of
the loal chapter, during their stay In
Tuesday afternoon the visiting Daughters
en attendance at the convention of the state
(deration of women s clubs, will be re
ceived between 4 and t o'clo k at the home
of Mrs J. M. Metra.f , n South Tenth street
by the resident memners of the state biard
of management and the local board of
management of the Daughters of the
American Revolution. Mrs. Sheldon. Mrs.
f l.etton, Mrs. Rushnell and Mrs. Thomas
)y 1 Uetcalf will receive with the hostesses.
' 7 Domestic Science Teachers.
' Mrs. M. U. Ulair of St. Paul, Minn..
former chairman of the economics com
mittee of the General Federation of
Women's clubs and Miss Rosa liouton of
tU demestlo scloina UyrliBe&t of the
I'nlverslty of Nebraska will come to
Omaha Monday to speak on the domestic
science program of the convention of the
Nebraska Federation ff clubs. In compli
ment to theae two guests the old and new
members of the household economics d -psitmcnt
of the Omaha Womon's club will
five a luncheon at the Young Mens
Christian association Thursdxy noon.
Mrs. J. J. Ilealy, chairman of the en
tertainment committee of the Woman's
club, h.as requested that nil Pib women or
others who can do so and who have not
Already arranged to entertain cne or more
rf the visiting federation delegates, com
municate with her Immediately of 'phone
Harney 2S3. There are at ill many dele
gates to be provided for and the committee
Is anxio;is that this may all be arranged
by Monday evening, If possible.
The Knglhh literature departme nt of the
Woman's club will hold Its f.rst meeting
of the fall Wednesday morning of this
week at if). Hi o'clock In the west parlor of
the club rooms. Mrs. Millard Langfelt will
give a paper on "The Evolution of the
Short Story and Its Place In Literature."
The Omaha Women's Christian Temper
ence union will hold Its regular business
meeting Wednesday afternoon. October 14,
at 2:30 o'clock, In the membership, parlor
of the Young Women's Christian association.
SOU EIY f Ml EOS BRICM
(Continued from Second Page.)
21, when the guests will be restricted to the
Complimentary to Mrs. Sherwood of Chi
cago, who comes to lecture for the Society
of Fine Arts, Mrs. C. C. George will enter
tain at luncheon Monday at the Omaha club
and Mrs. O. W. Wattles will give a lunch,
eon party Tuesday at her home on South
Thirty-seventh street. Thursday afternoon
the Society of Fine Arts will give a recep
tion at the Omaha Public Library for Mrs.
Sherwood at 3:30 o'clock.
Wrdillnsi anil KnsraKements.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hayden, 2016 Cass
street, announce the engagement of their
daughter. Miss Mary Hayden, to Mr.
The wedding of Miss Jean H. Huntington,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hunting
ton, to Mr. Ernest A. Conaway took place
quietly Saturday evening In All Saints'
church in the presence of intimate friends
and relatives. Rev. Thomas J. Mackay,
rector of All Saints', officiating.
The wedding of Miss Mamie Free to Mr.
John T. Yates will take place Monday after
noon at half past two o'olock at the home
of Miss Free's sister, Mrs. J. J. McMullen,
808 South Fortieth street. Dr. F. A. Love
land will officiate and only tho Immediate
families will be present. After a wedding
trip, Mr. and Mrs. Yates will be at home
at 3009 Marcy atreet after November 16.
The wedding of Miss Bess Fisher and Mr.
Frank Wilson Ingersoll will take place at
the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. E, R.
Leigh, "28 North Eighteenth street, South
Omaha, Saturday. October 17. The cere
mony will be witnessed only by rela
tives of the bride and groom and followed
by a wedding breakfast. Mr. and Mrs.
Ingersoll will be at home after November
18 at 912 North Twenty-third street, South
The wedding of Miss Ethel Conant and
Mr. Franklin Harwood will take place
Wednesday evening at the First Christian
church, Twenty-sixth and Harney streets,
Rev. 8. p. Dutcher officiating. Miss Grace
Conant will be the bride's only attendant
and Mr. Ray Eeaelln will be the best man.
Messrs. Arthur Rogers, William R. Wood,
Clarence Van Kuran anil Homer Conant
will be ushers. Following the church serv
Ice there will be a small reception at the
home of the bride at the Bachelors' hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Harwood will take a wedding
trip, after which they will be at home at
the New Strehlow apartments after No
MG1 ffirM ROOTER
Paver Collars Abroad.
From the United Stales consul a Frank
fort, Germany, comes the uiiKKeation to
American manufacturers of paper collars
and cuffs that, with proper effort, they
might secure a largo trade in that country.
Not everybody is aware that such an In
dustry still exists and flourishes. Those of
mature years who can recall boyhood days
on the farm or In the country village, .will
remember a general use of paper collats
which would bo bought and consumed, box
upon box, and even paper false "bosoms,"
which the hired man would fasten over
a woolen shirt for dress occasions. Thut
was the golden Hge of paper gentility.
DevBtMii F Bajixt.
Thla Institution Is the only one
In the central west with separate
buildings situated la their own
ample grounds, yet entirely dis
tinct and rendering it possible to
classify cases. The one building
being fitted for and devoted to the
treatment of noncontagious and
nonniental diseases, no others be
ing admitted. The other, Hest
Cottage, "being designed for and
devoted to the exclusive treatment
of select mental cases, requiring
for a tln.e watchful care and spe
25c AKan's Janice Cold Cream.. ICC
75c 4711 Baroness Cold Cream. .'J.Wi'
25c Merldor Greaseless Cream. . .10
25c Beaton's Cold Cream 15
15c package Emory Boards - TtC
Be Orange Wood Sticks, 2 for 5
25c Cake Nail Polish 8
100 2-graiu Quinine Pills 23C
100 3-graln Quinine Pills 3
100 5-graln Quinine rills -J3
BEATON DRUG GO.
15TII AM) FAHXAM.
TERMS 50c Cash; 75c Monthly
THIS ELEGANT HIGH GRADE ROCXER IS ACCU
RATELY DESCRIBED AND IS EXACTLY AS ILLUS
TRATED, AND IS POSITIVELY AN UNMATCHABLE
VALUE IN A HIGH GRADE ROCKER.
Another example of the Peoples Store's ability to give you
unmatchable values. This beautiful rocker is made especially
to order for us, and if it was not for the fact that w
vast quantity of these rockers, we
would not be in a position to offer
you such a tremendous value in a
high grade rocker. It is constructed
on the famous McKinley style and is
without doubt the most comfortable
rocker ever constructed. It has four
coats of the finest grade of varnish
obtainable and every rocker is hand
polished and hand rubbed to a piano
finish. It is constructed by expert
workmen and with ordinary care will
last a life time. Never before has
such a value been offered to the pub
lie. Remember this rocker is actually
worth every cent of $10,
but the special price for
this sale is only
Wi sell Goods
Out of Town
on Yery Easy
Terms 50c Cash: 75c Monthly
Description. These rockers are made of solid
quarter sawed oak, hand jwlished and hand
rubbed. The massive arms are shaped and
are four inches in width. The quarter sawed
back is 20 inches in width, giving it that
broad comfortable effect so much desired in
all rockers. The height of the front post is
24 inches and the height from the floor to the
top of the broad back is 40 inches. The seat
of the rocker is broad and comfortable, the
dimensions being 20 by 18 inches. The front
posts and the cross center piece are hand
somely carved. The rest of the rocker is en
tirely plain, giving it that rich
and elegant appearance; actu
ally worth $10.00; special price. .
A ft . i
I & A A A
1 1 1 1
''X75 For this handsome
RUGS FROIVI THE N. Y. SALE
Our buyer attended the recent rug sal e in New York, and we were large buyers.
We are now giving you the benefit of these advantageous purchases and guarantee
that every bargain item in this announcement will be found here this week, exactly
as advertised. It's a saving occasion that you cannot afford to ignore.
Avminster Hugs. Handsome pattern, size 2 7x54 inches, worth $2.60, sale price $1.10
Heavy Smyrna Rugs, good quality, 36x72, heavy wool fringe, extra special value
worth $3.00, sale price $1.98
Art Reversible Tiger Rugs. Can be used on either side, good quality, felze 9x6, $4.60
values, sale price S2.08
Reversible Tiger Rugs, size 10-6x9, extra fine quality, $6.60 values, sale price 32.95
Tiger Brussels Rugs, size 9x6, extra heavy quality, guaranteed wear, worth $12.60,
sale price .7.95
Tiger Brussel Rugs, size 10-6x9, made of selected quality, handsome patterns, $18.60
values, Bale price 811.25
BrusFel Rugs, size 12x9, extra special qunl ity, best of materials, worth $22.60, sale
Tiger Wilton Velvet Rugs, size 12x9 feet very handsome patterns, and specially priced
for this sale. Worth $32.50, sale price 319.75
Lancaster Axminster Rugs, size 12x9 extra fine quality, very heavy pile, worth
I; $35.00, sale price 321.50
Seamless Wilton Velvet Rugs, size 12x9 absolutely the best value ever offered in this
i character of rug. It is a high grade qual ity worth $89.60, sale price. . . -324.75
Sofa Bed Davenport
TERMS $2.50 Cash, $2.50 Monthly.
Exactly Like IlliiNtratlon This handsome davenport
is constructed by expert workmen, they have mas
sive solid oak frames, highly polished, and are up
holstered in a special grade of Imported velour. They
make a handsome article of furniture during the day,
and can be easily converted into a soft
and comfortable bed at night. Actual val
II rf Bays a Guaranteed Gold
pJDJ Coin Base Burner
TERMS $2.50 Cash, $2.50 Monthly.
We Are Sole Agents tor the Famous Gold Coin
Base Burners. They are unquestionably the most eco
nomical Base Burner on the market today. They
have a large patented fire pot, special air-tight maga
zine, and are beautifully nickeled trimmed with the
best grade of sllvernickel plate. They bear a double
guarantee; they have all the latest patents, and many
special features not found in other Base Burners. Buy
a Gold Coin Base Burner, and save time, save worry,
and save fuel.
16112 & FARNAM STREETS, OMAHA.
(Th Fsoplss Trrniturs and Carps Co. Zitsbllshsd la 1887.)
9A Buys Our Special
vp&0. ?U STIEL RANGE
TERMS $2.50 Cash, $2.00 Monthly.
Positively the best value ever offered in a high grade
Steel Range. They are made of extra heavy, cold
rolled steel, that is absolutely guaranteed. They are
full asbestos lined, and have a large fire box equip
ped with duplex grates, permitting you to burn either
wood or coal. ' They have a large upper warmlpg
closet, they alBo have a large 16-lnch oven, and are
guaranteed to he first-class bakers. The entire range
Is handsomely nickeled trimmed, and. with ordinary
care will last a life time. An actual value at $40.00.
Lf fisiMBifclilW -
This Is for You
We still want to lmprpss on your
mind tli Ht wo have a superb stock of
You can select a sjlft at 5.00,
I10.0H, $15.00 and up thi-n we have
dainty Cheats of Silverall prices
$35 00 to $r00. Nothing; Is more ap
preciated for a Wedding Gift than
Silver Rood silver and with our Im
mense stock there 1h no queslli.n but
what we can pleube you if you'll take
C. B. Brown Co.
16th and Farnam
Fresh Home-Made Candy
Our New Depattment
Goods Made Fresh Daily
Not for us, but by us, iu our
store at ICth and Farnam Sts.
Myers-Dillon Drug Company
WE DO WOT QUOTE PRICES
But we give you the best and most up-to-date hat in the city
for less money than you ean get elsewhere. New patterns
in every week.
F.M. SCHADELL, 1522 DOUGLAS ST.
Shown in Smart.
Have your furs remodeled and repaired In a reliable establishment
where there la no danger of substitution, for furs, It must be remem
bered, come in many qualities; nnd where they will receive the finish
and style thut only a tailor can give.
IAI)li:S' TAIIjOH AND Fl UKIKIt
X. K. Corner 10th und Howard.
Kor. nnnir as v
A great many people
know this store by its
know it by reputation, ,
but still more know it by
And they know that
trading here means al
ways dependable mer
chandise, open h onse
dealing without petty
quibbling. These inspir
ing methods contribute
largely to our healthy
It's the store with lit
tle price and large ac
commodation. Our optical depart
ment at your service.
T. L Combs & Co.
1520 Douglas St., Omaha
Our Shirt Waist Rings are "Chic"
Dr. H. R. Arends
Wead Building. 18th and farnam
All Work Guaranteed
Monday, Oct. 12
Sorosis Shoes are in a
class by themselves.
Setting the style for
many makers of
This season the new
shapes and patterns in
Sorosis are more at
tractive than ever. The
fitting of Sorosis is a
feature never neglected.
Are the 0oe Recognized Shoe I
of All Nations
SHOE STORE W
FRANK WILCOXi Mir.
203 South 15th St.. OMAHA
10 cent and
Stewart's Seed Store
no n. letti st.
Cut prices prevail at all times at our
stores but we some time forK''t costs en
tirely for the purpose of rapidly unload
ing our over stock.
cut prices on
STAPLE XATMT MEDICINE.
$1.00 l.ydia Plnkham's Compound KHo
11. 00 Squibb Sarsaparilla 7fc
$1.00 Pierce's Favorite Prescription. . 8o
$1.00 Green Mountain Renovator &Hc
$1.00 Kexall Rheumatic Cure 75c
$1.00 D. D. D. Eczema Cure Wtc
VI rial, the great tonic, always $1.00
$1.00 9. 8. S. Blood Cure...-. RWe
$1.00 Kirk's Dandruff Cure...- Xc
$1.00 Peruna, for H'.tc
$1.00 Duffy Malt Whiskey RUc
$1.00 Baker's Barley Malt 70c
We have a fine line
of Chent Protectors for
I.adlrs and Gentlemen,
assorted an to size and
Cut prices on
Vine Toilet Soaps
Ivory Soap, Monday, 3
60c Soclete Hygler-
lque, for V-c
10c MnKiietlc fikln
Soap, Monday ....6c
10c l.lquoxone Soap,
50c Rieger's Boap,
1-lb. Bar Castile Soap, Monday 10o
10c Rise Simplicity Soap, Monday.,. 5o
60o Shah of Persia Soap, Monday 'Jlc
16c folate's Transparent Glycerine Bo.ip,
cake G', dozen .'tf,o
lRc Pi iir's Soap, rnkn c
Kirk's Juvenile Soap K.c
Jayne's Kxpectorant 4 fie nn I ,V.ie
li.iy'rt Hair lieulOi 4."ic und SSti:
Newliro's lierpielde 4."ie uml hue
Knowllon's Danderine . ;ic, 4,"e end Hlis
More Cut Prices on Staple Drug store
1-lh. Mule Team Horax 9c
lloef, Wine and Iron 25c uml foc
Abbott's Saline l.ax.illve. . LMe, 45c and altu
Be sail Jlsinediss r'nll line cut price;,.
Stuart's i-pi-p-.ia Tablets.. 45c ami 8'JC
Iambert's i.istorine ...,23c, 45c nnd K!ic
Hitter Apple Hair Tonic... bOc and 7oo
Ayer'H Cherry Pectoral ..J3c, 45c anil K9c
10 kinds of .Malt K.xtrart 2 fur 'JTiO
Vimault, one of the best malt extracts,
Horll. ICS Malted Milk 4 5.1, gc and $3.25
hi. Inula RlaekhiK. Monday 5c
60c Locust Hlossotn Perfume. Monday 29c
"YELLOW BOX CANDY
We are Just In receipt of our first ship
ment of Uililretli's Velvet Candy. ' It S
fine, 10c, 16c and 25c.
Our now "Owl Drug- rftors" at IQth and
Hnrney, tinder the personal manaKmfnt
of our Mr. McConnell, ts rapidly build
up a thriving business while the Do1t;e
street store, with Mr. Sherman In charge.
Is perhaps the busiest druv store In the
entire west for nil nf which we are truly
grateful to the people of Omaha.
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
Corner 16th and Dodge
OUL DRUG 0.
Corner 16th and Harney
Wheiv You Buy Peroxide
of HydrogfH, be sure and specify and take only the brand labeled "A. I). 8."
There may be other good brands, but we know there are other brands no
good so take no chances.
The above also applies to family remedies ror every purpose lor'wnico
you need such medicines and the "A,
lng well known druggist.
I). H." brand l (ruaruntei-d by the follow
Bell Drug Co.. 121t Farnam ft.
S A. Beranelt, 1402 South 16th Pt
Km II Cermak, 1262 South 13th St.
Crissey Pharmacy, 24th and Luke. BtS.
K. H. Ehlers, 2802 Ieavenworth St.
Foster 4k Arnold), 111 North 26th Et.
J. J. Freylac, 114 North 24th St.
Green's Pharmacy, Park Ave. and Paclfia
Haines Drug Co, 16th and Farnam SU.
Hanscom Park Pharmacy, 1601 So. 2sth.
Howell Drug Co.. 207-209 N. 16th St a.
W. C. Hayden, 220 Farnam St.
Her Grand Pharmacy, Cor. 16th Howard.
Johanson DruK Co.. 24th and SpalUlntf.
H. S. King. 24th snd Farnam Sts.
C E. Lathrop. 1224 North 24th St.
J. H. Merchant, Cor. 16th and Howard.
U E. Peyton, 2401 Leavenworth 8t
Prlbbenow ec Co., 1627 Vinton St.
Saratoga Drue Co., 24th and Ames Ave.
J. H. Schmidt. 24th and Cumin Bts.
Aaa a.000 ether dmrglsts In every TlUlafe ana city alt over the Uatt4 States
selUas; this wonaerful preparation. toOey.
Fchaercr & Bon. 2631 North 16th Pt.
Schaefer's Cut Price Drug Store, 16th an6
Schaefer's Cut Price. Drug Store, 16th and
Walnut Hill Pharmacy, 40th and Cuming.
O. 11. Wlrth, 40tU and Hamilton Sts.
Sprague's Hensun Pharmacy.
Bonth Omaha, Veb.
J. 1 Kubat, 110 North 24th St.
Schaefer's Cut Price Liu Stores, HQi U
St.; 24th and N Sts.
Conn ell B raffs, lows.
Jno. W. f'amp, 6u5 W. Broadway.
Dell tl. Moik. 142 Went Uruadway.
Schaefer's Cut Price Drug- Store, 6lh Ave.
and Main St
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