Jack and Carl Ollendyke Bear Hunt

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Jack and Carl Ollendyke
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Br. Amn . . . 23 28 9 7 18 8 3 52 Braden 8 Bay State Subway 4 Cons Ariz i Ely Cons .. ............ 16 Oreene . . 9 Salt 3 Salt 5s . . 48 Stand Oil 1060 Jim Butler ... 64 Jum'bo . . 27 La Rose '. 2 McKinley . 2 Mines of Ami 2 29 - 2 2 2 8 6 8 3 1 Nlpissing 8 6 8 Tonopah . Belmont . . Yukon . . . West End 3 1 PHILADELPHIA STOCKS PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 26. Stocks closed steady; American Cement, 2; American Railways, 42; Cambria Steel 48V&; General AsDhalt. 28 do preferred. 68: Lake Superior Coroor - ation, 30; do preferred, 74 - Lehigh Navigation, 92; Lehigh Valley, 87; Pennsylvania Railroad. 619 - 16: Phila delphia Electric, 23; Philadelphia Company, 50'; Philadelphia Rapid Transit, 27; Philadelphia Traction, 82; Reading, 85; Storage Battery, 64; Union Traction, 51; United Gas Improvement Company, 90 - ; United States Steel, 74; do preferred, 111. NEW YORK PROVISION . . NEW YORK. Nov. 26. . FLOUR Quiet and lower - to effect sales. ... WHEAT Spot,' irregular; No. 2 red, i.W5 elevator and $1.06 r. o. b, afloat; No. 1 Northern Duluth, 95c f. o. b. . afloat. Futures closed lalc net lower. ueoemoer closed 91c; May, 9c. CORN Spot, easy; export 53c f. o. b. anoat to arrive OATS Spot, steady, i ' BUTTER Firm; creamery held ex. tras, 38a33c. CHEESE Steady and unchanged'. EGGS Irregular; refrigerator, spe cial marks, fancy, local storage charges paidv ac; do nrsts,. ziaz2c; do thirds and poorer, 17al9c. JERMTN The Blakely board of health met In regular session Monday night and the following .bills were read and orders drawn. AH 'bills were for the smallpox cases: L. N. Boyle, for property destroyed, $54.93; Hector Jones, guard, $54; Harry Vanderberg, guard, $54; G. D. Locklin, meats, $7.40; Robert Bros. Co. .oil, $1.15; W. & Bloes, rugs, $19.56; Howard Miller, disinfecting, $10; George SItgraves, labor, $5; Dr. Monle. professional services, $250; Mt. Jessup Store Co., groceries, $22.49;Lee Bloes, advertising, $1.20. The following young . men were among those present at a party In Luzerne Saturday evening: Irvln Lew - Is, George Price, Ewiyln Evans, Frank Williams, Albert Richards, Arthur English. A delightful program will be rendered at the dime entertainment at the Peckvllle Baptist church this evening. The program ls as follows: Solo, Epple Williams: piano duet, Misses Sterllnr: recitation, Wendell Thomas; solo, Charlotte Farman; solo, Leslie Dal - ling; recitation, Augusta Raymond; duet, Rachael and Eppie Wins; solo, Martha Yarns; recitation, Doris Ople; solo, Leighton Thomas; solo, Ruth Roberts; spelling contest; solo, Myrtle Pugh; piano solo, Hazel Carvolt. Jack and Carl Ollendyke and Marshal Bonner returned yesterday morning from a bear hunt, it being reported that there was a bear on the west mountain. Bruin has not been shot as yet. Attorney .Paul a. i.eiiy, oi oym - cuRe. was in town yesterday. Miss Helen Keller is expected . home today to spend Thanksgiving. Mrs. J. B. Grover, of Main street, has returned from a visit to Berwick. Mrs. C. A. Heller has been ill at her home for the past week. ELKDALE ELKDALE, Pa., Nov. 26. Lightning struck and burned a barn belonging to Edward Reynolds, of Welsh Hill, near Elkdale, during the electrical and snow storm Sunday, completely destroying the structure, including hay, wagons, farming implements and one cow. A new hay .press and gasoline engine belonging to Robert and Meryl Jones, of this place, was destroyed also. dre spent turday and Sunday wfK Mrs. Weed's fa therlnPleasantMount. Weed and chll The Mining Engineering Co., Of Pennsylvania. 515 - 16 - 17 Traders National Bank Bldg., Scranton, Pa. EXAMINATION, ESTIMATING AND REPORTING ON COAL LANDS. Coal Estates Managed TITLES OF COAL LANDS IN - VESTIGATED. Coal Properties Placed On a Paying Basis. INSTRUCTION Music JOHN T WATK1NS. VOICE CULTURE, artistio singing; refined diction. 182 Washington At THANK J. DANIEL. A. A. O. O TEACH r of voio. organ and piano; Olif ptaon. 884 - J. Studio, 42$ Qulnojr Av..j voiess ia.ua (re. of cbar. VIOLIN, PIANO, VOICE. Class and Ensemble Work. EMIt,T HAOKETT AND MAKIAN TOWNS, studios. Old Phone. 481 Monroe Ave. 4782 - K and 2360 Elocution and Oratory. THE FURMAN 6CHO0L, 604 LINDEN ST.; class ana private instruction lor men women ana ennaren. m. m. jrurman, M. O. principal - Expression. HISS ELIZABETH WEYBURN. IEACHER OF EXPRESSION. 682 WEBSTER AVE. Popular readings tor Parlor, Church Societies, ate Mano and Language. ALBIN XOBN'S STUDIO. ZSIDLER BLDO., 13 Franklin Ave A few. choice hour, still ontn; apply early. I

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  1. The Scranton Republican,
  2. 27 Nov 1912, Wed,
  3. Page 17

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