The Wilkes-Barre News from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania on January 9, 1906 · Page 3
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Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 9, 1906
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ill i: W II, SHAliK; iNKWS. TUESDAY. J AN U A II Y 0. IDOG- 4 GOELTZ BIG fiR ; Which will be ready in a lew fay. The whole stock, consisting of furnittirc.carpcts, rugs and house-furnishings' will be sold regardless of post. :-:' Furniture 12 and 14 E. Market - v LOCAL MENTION " Notice ' . , The Senate Timea tibrdiit tbt ehigh Yiltf depot sey stand. Laurel ine depot news stead. Madden 'a book tore and al William Kaaeler's book store, bat Market street. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. " eassBBswtaat f RKDIMV1VMV . HOTEL AND RESTAURiXT. HOT MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAT AMD NIGHT. THE MOST COXVXH. 1ENT LUNCH PLACX IN THX CITY. THB BEST SERVIC IN THX QUICK. EST TIMJC HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS. MEN ONLY. FTNEBT BAR. CHOICE WINKS AND LIQUORS. ,-. THE REST 15-CENT DINNERS IN THE CRT. CAN BE HAD AT THE LD-- ZERW HOUSE. WE MAKE ASPECTIALTY 0? OUR DINNERS. M AND 05 EAST MARKET STREET. Special flenu at Hotel Hart Restaurant. Try flaa of Pilaaer or Stock Ala wita your luaea;. ea tap today. ' Clam Ckotrdat. CaneomaM. Ckickta Bret. Hungarian GoalaeeTe. . Baked lake trout. Fried eatfieh. ' Codfish eakaa. . Lamb pot pic ' Ham and cabbage. . , prima Elba ef Baef. Hard and Soft SkaU OK Steamed CUssa. Roast Young Tarkey. .. Meadow Brook dawk. Fresh Live Lobsters. - Cantaloupe. ICE CREAM FOR FASHIONABLE ' FUNCTIONS nut up In novel and -fancy forma, choicest confectionery, cakes, bread, and pastry. All tha aeason'a dalntle regularly served In tha dining rooms, East and West Market streets. , X J. BECKER. roR PA LB Elegant mahogany or chestral grand uptight piano; used for few concerts , by wall-known concert pianist Elegant, smooth, sweet tone, not a blemish. In fact, batter for Its u m: first claaa standard maker; no reasonable offer refused; cost 1485; will sacrifice: owner needs money. In stor age at No. North Franklin street. Don't mlaa thla bargain. tf. TVXASCLLL. MONEY TO LOAN. Oa Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry. Low rates at De-idow Bros., 7 Wast Market Street. ti. MONEY . to loan. Apply to D. L. O'Neill, Attorney, 60 Public Square. 816 ' FOR SALE Elegant new , mahogany upright orchestral concert grand piano. used only one month, coat $475.00; will sacrifice for $165.00 cash. Sweat tone and magnificent i action; , standard make; great chance . for Chrlatmaa present, thla piano ha not a acratch and la. bargain extraordinary. In atora ga at No. I N. Franklin atreet v FEMALE HELP WANTED. - HELP WAlSrTED--FEMALB-JBxper-Jonced,, operators on shirt waists and plain sewing; also pressers and fold-era. :, Call at the Autocraft Shirtwaist Factory, corner North and Wyoming streets. ' Tv '; ';J.5 to li SEALED PROPOSALS ' wlU be received by the directors of the Central Poor District of Luserne county at . their office, 20 North Franklin street, City of Wilkea-Barre, Pa., at 10 a. w. on Monday, Jan. 15, 1906, for furnishing bne car of potatoes, t o. b. Retreat, Pa., for the use of Almshouse, . aanV to be delivered at once, ;(v;' ; The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids; to Increase, or diminish quantity at tha same price olTered In the proposal. Any information doslred 'telephone D. A. Mackln, Stewart Almshouse, ItPt'rcat.'- Pa. ;-;l - : y f ; ' ' GEO. II. BUTLER, " ft . ' . Secretary. Annpuncemont mm TKZ LEATHER Washington, Feb. l.-Foreeaet for Tuesday and Wednesday, Eastern Pennsylvania: Fair Tuesday, preceded by wow In early morning; Wednesday fair; brink northwest wind. MARRIAGE LICENSES : f Andrew BtoiTa .llarwood Mary Matta , ......llarwood Charles Mutaer, ; ;. Sands' Valley Houaer ... ...Pocono Lake Oeorsa Wanko ..... .......Conyngham Ida Lindenmuth ......... ..',. Hasteton John Shokltla ,..; .,.it'..Wilkes-Barre Eva Tstkowskl .Wilkes-liai re t " ''."t; ? i"1 '""" ' ',"P!?:7'i f , j; ! . FERS0KALS : 1: "'J.' C. Atkins who has been in New York on business, has returned home., ' II 0 ' II r:--M--e. Isaac M. Thomas has returned home after spending a few days in New Bedford. ' ly 'f ' " - ;.. Miss Anna Haiul!' wio baa been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Edward Nlven. has returned to her home at Elmhurst. - u n u ! Miss Sallle Waaley of East Market street, who has been visiting In Hasle- ton, has returned home. , . Miss Mary Wents, of Hasleton, who haa been the auest of Mlsa Clav Pollock for the iut few dars, has re turned to her home. r .. 'ft u Fred Strong, of West Pittston. will leave this mornln; to . resume, his studies at Mercersburg College, where he la a member of the senior class. i' " Attorney James L. Morris is In Buf falo, to spend the week, he having gone there last Sunday. it it M Mr. and 'Mrs. M. F. Coons and daughter, MJsa Minnie, will arrive front New York today. Mlsa Coona la now residing In New York, where she is pursuing the study of music nnd she will spend the week with her parents here. Tomorrow , evening she .will make her initial appearance before the public of the city at the Nesbltt theater. t : ; , ... ,,. . Mlsa Mary Phillips, of West Union ; street, haa returned to her studies at the Armltage, near Philadelphia. Miss Phillips entertained a classmate. Mis Sock well, of ' 'Philadelphia, during her vacation In thla cttv. II II II Mrs. Julia Mulllran is the guest of friends in Atlantic City for a couple ol weeks. l H li Mrs. Oeorre J. Stegmaler is again ill with the grip. ' She but recently recovered from a rather severe attack of the same ailment. i " M Dr. Joseph O'Malley, of Philadelphia, (brother of Mrs. Ellen 0- M Barrett, of this city, has Just been . unanimously elected president of the Philadelphia Medical society. Dr. O'Malley is a graduate of the Harry Hlllman Academy and has many friends here. . II II H The Misses Nora O' Boyle and Grace O'Malley, of Scranton. visited Mlsa Grace Lynch yesterday. U II 11 Andrew Hourlgan leaves today for New York city, where he expects to look after some lefal business. H if II Sergt. Conroy, City Detective William Ruddy and City Solicitor McHugh will leave In a few days for Lake Silk-worth, where they will endeavor to play the Isaao Walton act Pickerel llahlng through the Ice at this lake Is said to be excellent thla season. II II H Abram Nesbltt, Jr., is on a hunting expedition in the Southern states. II II II : The handsome new mansion of Prof. W. L. Dean, located on Wyoming ave nue, Kingston, is almost completed. HUH Attorney Frank MGulgan and wife, who recently returned from their wed ding tour, are making their home at the Sterling for the present ii tr d ; Frank B. McCabe, who Is a pros pector In the Weat. is visiting relatives tn this city after an "absence of thirty years." He " wai greatly sur prised at the wonderful transforma tion of Wllkes-Barre since that time. II II D Miss Mae Keegan, of Waverly, N. Y., Is visiting her mother for a few weeks. ' ' II H II-" ' Misses ; Mama Mooney. and Mame Brady have returned ! home from a pleasant visit to Philadelphia. . v :. I I II - Misses Tlllle Schllts and Gertrude Guckln, of Scranton, have i, returned home after several days' visit here, guests of Miss Clara Bowman. : ' They Included a party who enjoyed a chick- an and.wagla silwwcjiURaub'a haul recently, .v.- II II II Money loaned on diamonds, watches, etc H. H. Blaae, 39 West Market street. " "''it II It 1 Dr. T. A. Monahan was the guest of Dr. v Zelgler at Pittston i hospital on Sunday. .V , ,1 II ll ' ' Joaeph Rice, of Mercy hospital, left FOR RENT Furnlahed room for rent; heat, light and bath, 10 minutes walk from Square. Apply 155 South Welles street. - ; , , , J6,8,9,10.U Ca Q, C. T. A. U., dance In Columbus hail Jan. 11. 1906. . J6.$.9.10,ll Good skating at Carey Avenue park. Skkates to rent. lant evening for Itlooernbuig:, where he has accepted a puNltirm in the hospital In that town, which will be conducted by the Sisters of Mercy, ' j ' i , , 6LEAKINGS'.:-;v;J::',:-- Rev.,Dri Piper of the First. M, E. church, North , Franklin street, made an address on "What Is It to be Lost," at ! the gospel , service .. held Iri that i:hurch last evening. The services will ooutinue every night V this week.-- i :n--.'- : . A' meeting of the Catechetical class of St. Paul's German Lutheran church was held last evening beginning, at 7 o'clock."-:''''. ',:fvs,-:T':: '" ': - : : i -li . .. ; , : Attorney p. F. O'Neill has announced bis candidacy for common councilman from the Ninth ward at the coming Spring' election. Attorney O'Neill m well versed with the. needs of the residents of the ward for he bar resided within its limits all of his life. ' . The monthly meeting of the officers of the C. T. A. U. will be held this evening In this city. ' At the Y. M. C. A. this week all classes will be resumed. Last even ing C. B. Mogg'a bible class met at 7 o'clock and the literary club and English class met at 8:15 o'clock. Tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock, Prof. H.C. Davis will address the yung men. Eynon Morgan, of No. 241 Rutter street, Kingston, won the prise of $6 offered at the Utlca Eisteddfod held Jan. 1, for translation of "Gorsedd Gras" ("Throne of Grace'). There were seven competitors. j Everything has been arranged fori the social and dance to be given in Concordia hall this evening by the members of the Gesang Vereln Concordia. The affair promises to be one of the most; delightful ever given by the society. ' Members of Vulcan Lodge, No. 292, I. O. O. F. are requested to meet at their hall this afternoon at 1 o'clock sharp. t -r According to the announcement by Father McAndrew In St. Mary's church the funds of the new school were Increased $762.11 by the recent reunion. '. r . . The annual banquet of the members of Co, G, C. T. A. U. Regiment, will be held this -evening. - A retreat will be conducted at St Mary's church commencing on tomorrow evening and continuing throughout the week. The service will be under the auspices of the Holy Name society and will be conducted by one of the Vlncentian Fathers of Germantown. Tickets for the benefit concert to be given in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium for the City hospital on Jan. 26 can be secured at the following places: Leo Long's, Public Square; W. D. White's, Public Square: Osterhout Library, South Franklin street There will be no reserved seats. . ., ' Members of the Y. M. C. A. will meet this evening for the purpose of forming fencing, acrobatic and wrestling classes. Physical Director Tyson will be in charge of the fencing class, W. McDou-gall of the acrobatlo and C. G. Muller or the wrestling classes. All members who desire to become connected with any of these classes are requested to report at 8 o'clock. The marriage of Charles A. GIaser and Miss Mary Haburger was solemnized yesterday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Boniface church. A nuptial mass was celebrated by Father Goeck-cl. The bride was attended by Miss Helen Stilb. A brother of the aroom, John Glaser, acted as best man. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride in Dalsey lane. Anna Frazer, of Slocum, died at her home Sunday morning from burns received last week. The girl was carrying a lamp about her home when she tripped and fell. The oil In the lamp spread over her dress and this took fire. Before the flames could bo ex tinguished the girt was fatally burned and death ' relieved her sufferings on Sunday morning. There will be Installation of officers. followed by a smoker in the hall of Wllkes-Barre Circle No. 77. Brother hood of America, on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. . a- ' . ' Today is the regular meeting, day of the county commissioners. There are a number of routine matters to be gone over and it Is probable that' the new court house question will again be discussed. Returned From Bernice National Beard Member -John Fal Ion has returned from Bernice, where he has been stirring up additional tn. terest in the two locals there of the United Mine Workers. Mr. Fallon stated that there was but tittle trouble existing In that region at present and the relations between the mine op erators and their employes seemed to be the most friendly.' - ' - - Enclosed find 25c. for which please and me a bottle of San-Cura Ointment, fUme-time" ago a friend sent me a small quantity to try and I it been nsins it fo a varicose ulcer with better results thaa I hata obtained from any. other prepara tion. F. A. Homan, Glassboro, N. J San-Cura Ointment 26c. and 50c. Msda br Thompson Medical Co., TitusriDe, Pa. W. J. Psnling A Co.. Wilkea-Bam. Pa.1 8. C. Hartman, Plymouth. Pa. , , Premium tickets! good' for the year 1906. fiend all tickets to Clark & Scutt, Scranton, Pa. ANNUAL JANUARY THE SALE STARTS A MONDAY, JAN., 8, 1906. Domestic Linens and Curtains A Few of the Clearance Trices for This Week: LINENS 25c Iflcached Damask, yd.;19 45 loom dice Damask, yd.37i) 65c Table Linen, yard 50 $1.25 Bleached Damask, yard $105 $2 Bleached Damask, yd.$1.50 95c White Spreads, each..79 $1.39 White Spreads, each .$1.25 $1.58 Linen Napkin9, doz.$1.39 $2.25 All Linen Napkins, dz.$2 10c Brown Crash, yard 15c Curtain Swiss, yard ..11J 58c Velours, yard 4JS BLANKETS. CLEARANCE PRICES. $4.50 Blankets, pair ....84.00 $t;.oo Blankets, pair $4.29 $6,513 Blankets, pair ....$5.99 $10.00 Blankets, pair ...$8.48 COMFORTABLES. Sale Price. $1.25 ones 81.10 $1.50 ones $1.32 $2.00 ones $1.75 $2.50 ones 82.25 $6.00 Lamb's' Wool ones $3.08 $6.00 Down ones $3.98 DOMET FLANNELS. 6c ones, yard 4i OUTING FLANNELS, loc ones to close, yard 8 Men's Furnishings Special Clearance Prices: Odds and ends of $1.00 line Sh'rts, each 79 All our varied line of 50c Shirts, each 42? Men's $1.00 Blue Flannel Shirts, each .90? Men's 15c Half Hose, plain and fancy, pair 11 All 25c Neckwear 19 AH 56c1 Neckwear for ....39t Men's $1.00 Wool Sweaters, sale price 79 OUTING. 8c Colored Outing, yard 5 SPECIAL. Regular I2ic Short Lengths in Bates' Seersuckers, YARD 9t. Fowler, Dick & Walker, NEW GARRISON TO EMBRACE MANY Proposition to Take Every Person Here Who Has an Hon. orable Discharge The new Karrison" of tho armv and navy league recently formed here Is destined to grow in numbers and in Commander- Hamersly is a vntnran of much prominence In the state and able to command general attention. He is also a veteran newspaper worker, having started the Philadelphia . Times with Col. A, K. Mc-Clure and Mr. McLaughlin. The range of eligibility in the new league Is broad and it la destined to in time oc cupy the field now held by the G. A. It. The National Corps. Regular Army Union of the United States of America, was incorporated under the laws of the attiH the Slat dav of March. 1888; amended May 18. 1888, to read the National Corps, Regular Army and Navy Union of the United States of America, and reincorporated under last name and by virtue of the laws of the state of Ohio. Oct. 15, 1897. ' And aniended Oct. 18. 1901, at Buffalo convention, to read Army and Navy Union of the United . States of America. '' Reincorporated as such under the . laws of the state of Ohio, Sept. 22. 1903. The object of the Army and Navy Union Is to bring together and unite In . benevolent and social, fellowship those who . have served honorably, in the, army,; navy and marine corps of the United States; to provide for our comrades and shipmates when sick or In heed; to asslHt in the burial of our dnad: to extend a liclulnff hand to the family or dependents ,of ,- a i deceased j comrade or' shipmate; to render suchl. CLEA GREATEST SALE OF ALL THE A sale that lowers the price of every piece of Dry Goods and every Garment in this store. All Winter Goods must be cleared out to make room for Spring goods. MUSLINS 4-4 Unbleached, yard A$ 6Jc Unbleached, yard 5J 7c Unbleached, yard 6 8c Unbleached, yard ...'It 6c Bleached, yard 5i 6Jc Bleached, yard 5a 8ic Bleached, yard 7 20c Unbleached Sheeting.yd.16tt 24c Unbleached Sheeting,yd.20 26c Bleached Sheeting, yd.22 49c Blankets, pair 42 88c Blankets, pair 69 37c Bobbinet, yard 25t Clearance Prices on Garments Ladies' Long Coats, in Blue, Brown, Grey and Black, all new models ,were $15, sale price, each $9.98 CHILDREN'S COATS. $3 ones $2.39 $19 ones 812.98 $3.50 ones $2.69 $12.00 ones $9.98 $4.50 ones $3.49 $10.00 ones $8.69 $5.50 ones $3.98 $8.50 ones $6.69 $6.00 ones $4.69 $7.50 ones $5.98 DRESS SKIRTS. $4.50 Skirts, sale price.. $3.69 $10 Skirts, sale price . . .$8.39 $5 Skirts, sale price $3.98 $8 Skirts, sale price $5.98 SILKS. $1.00 Black TanVra, yard.. 79. HOSIERY Ladies' 50c Fancy Colored Lisle Hose! pair 39 Ladies' 50c Black Ontsage 39?, or three pairs for $1.00 Children's 50c Leggins, sale price, pair 3t aid, pecuniary or otherwiwe, ns may be necensary for the welfare of any of our members; to foster that social and fraternal intercourse among our comrades and Hhlpmates which forms the true bond of union, and keeps alive undying friendHhips formed In the service; to secure from congress and other legislative bodies the enactment of laws beneficial to the welfare of our comrades and shipmates now in the service, and to secure employment for. those who have returned to civil pursuits, in consonance with the lawH of the United States, which prefer honorably discharged soldiers and sailors for government employ, all things being equal. Any man who has served in either branch of the United States army or navy, at home or abroad, and possesses an honorable discharge therefrom is eligible to membership. WINTER AT LAST Real Snow Came Without Interfering With Traffic" Any The first substantial snow Btorm of the present winter came yesterday and with it freezing weather that forced down the thermometer fluid. Tlie Jingle of sleigh bell came along later and the Inevitable small boy eagerly rushed for that sled so safely stored away. A species of bllszard prevailed yesterday afternoon but this stilled considerable .last night and left the city In the grasp of good winter weather. But little interference with traffic was reported.' A- fW trains were a trifle late but not enough to disturb the schedule. The Traction cars moved with due regularity and on all lines the schedule , was maintained. No telegraph or telephone lines were disturbed. - . . ' ' ubacribe for THB WlUUSS-BAAJUi II.NG Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Silk ALL AT CLEARANCE PRINTS 25c and 33c Mercerized Suitings 14 15c 34-in. Flannelettes, yd.lltt 8c Flannelettes, yard 5 I2jc Suiting, yard 6t 10c Seersuckers, yard 7ip 15c Figured Satine, yard . .12? Standard Apron Gingham.. 4.1 Lancaster Apron Gingham.. 6t Amoskcag Apron Gingham. 6 j6c Cotton Challie, yard 5? SILKS 61 ;c Plain Taffeta, yard . . . .49 69c Changeable Taffeta, yd. 49 LADIES' COATS. Tan Coverts and Mixed Coats at special prices. $12 ones 88.98 $15 ones 810.98 $18.00 ones $13.98 $22.00 ones $16.98 $15.00 Rain Coats for .$10.98 LONG COAT SUITS. $22 Suits, sale price. . .816.98 $25 Suits, sale- price. . .$19.69 $33 Suits, sale price ... $25.00 $4; Suits, sale price. . .$33.00 $65 Velvet Suits $39.00 $80 Velvet Suits $45.00 BLACK GOODS. 54-inch $1 ' Black Lattice Basket Cheviot, yard . . . .59 69c Black Mistral, yard...39t $1.00 fancy Checked Mistral, vard 59t 88c Fancy Sicilian, yard ..59 $1.25 Silk Finished, 54-inch Sicilian, sale price; yard.. 98 SILKS. 75c Snake Skin Moire, yd.. 49 Wilkes-Barre SHIFFER'S TiiRM EXPIRES SOON Two Other Persons in Miners Mills Region Are Looking for Positions on Poor Board The coining reorganization of the poor board Is now causing some comment in political circles. The board now has live Republicans and three Deivocrats. The term of Dr. George ShlfTer expires In March and there is some speculation relative to the man who will be named for that district. Heretofore the affairs of the board have been separated largely from political conditions and some are Inclined to believe that It should be conducted more along political lines. There are many, however, who hold tho belief that a political board is a menace to the conduct of such work. JiniKf kynrti' m tup Mfjiuniitiiig power under the law and is already besieged with petitions from men who feel that they could fill Mr. Shifter's official shoes most acceptably. It is Just possible, however, thut the present Incumbent will be named again. Many strong influences have been ' brought to bear tn this connection and as far as is known he has discharged the duties of the office In a very efficient manner. The appointment will likely be made on Monday next. Among those who want Mr. Sniffer's place is David Wal .S rorxjouan and Colds e: MALE YEAR. SALE LASTS ALL THIS WEEK PRICES THIS WEEK. DRESS GOODS. 33c and 39c Plain and Fig- ' ured Eiderdown, sahr price, ' yard ..: .19t 50c and 58c Wool Cheviot . and Shadow Checked Mo- : :, hair and French FlanneL-yard ' ...35 75c 46-inch Navy Blue Fig- --' ured Mohair, yard . .....45 54-inch $2.50 White Astra-: v chan, sale price .......81.75 SILKS- 50c Corded Wash Silks, yd.29 50c Foulard Silks, yard .,.391 75c Brocaded Silks, yard..39V UNDERWEAR. . For Men $1.25 Scarlet Garments. .88gV $1.25 grey wool Garments.$1.04 $1 Natural Wool Garments63 580 Heavy Fleeced Goods. 427 42c Heavy Fleeced Goods. 33 50c Heavy Ribbed Goods. 39. For Children . , , Boys' 25c Fleeced, now .Y.22 Girls' 25c Union Suits ; i .. 19 Girls' 25c Slecpuig Car-v ments .....19. For Women - j ; 29c Heavy Ribbed for.... 21 5 1 tr $2 Union SuiM. . . . . ,50 50c F!eeced Garmen. ...33 SALE OF SHIRT WAISTS. $5.00 and $5'.r8 Silk Waists, -sale price, each ....... S2.G9 $1.75 and $1.98 French Flan- u nel and Nun's Veiling , Waists, sale .price. . . . . .69. 75c Black . Wai-sis . . 49 $6.50 Lace Waists .;..,$5.49 $6.50 Net Waists ......$5.49 98c White Madras .69 SPECIAL.' Regular 27-inch $2.00 Silk Shan Tung, YARD 98?. ters and George Burt of Miners Mills. ' The other members of the poor board are Abram Nesbltt, George H. Butler, S. W. Davenport. Thomas ' Cassedy, Chester A. Westfield, Maurice Gaertner and A. P. Chllds. The only one whose term expires Monday next Is A. M. Sniffer's. ; " MAJOR PENMAN NAMED His Reappxntnmt to RevenuJ Office a' Blow at State Organization , Maj. T. Frank Penman, collector of . internal revenue from ' this .district, claims that he has been reappointed. He said yesterday that the secretary of the treasury sent him a letter asking for the renewal of his bond and that ' he considers that as indicating that he has been renamed lie has also signed a new oath of office and sent in his report, all of which have been duly acknowledged by the authorities. ,. Griffith T. Davis, of Scranton, was a candidate and so was Tamils Hiw merling, of this tity. ,. 'Congressman Dale and Senators Knox and Penros were for Davis, but it seemed to be ol . no avail at Washington. - Knox I Roosevelt's personal , friend and wtl!'. not oppose him in the senate. Penrose is so far down in the political ladder that he dare "not oppose the President. Maj. Penman4 friends say that hh name will be sent i to the' eenute ' thii week and that the nomination will U confirmed. Mr. , Penman's term expired Vesterday and he enters upon the duties of his new term today. V ' " ' ' "' "'"' ' "' ' ' lucre is remedy over sixty yean ij too have heard of It. probably have usea it. unca in me ramuy, 11 sry; i the one household remedy for cot- 1 ( end colds. Ask your own doctor hot;t W hav hcMi I WtHv& J.v.t- th fnrmnU 4 til mr '-. f

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