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" Wher« Yoor iJollar Does Its Doty" GUNSON These f Clothes Talks TJBIfllTOSr EVENING TIMES. KK1UAT. VOVBMBEB 4, 1910. APPLEGATES ARE GIVEN SURPRISE Doings in Bucks County, Pa. wards \Varren Edwards. L«on Hill. Isaac Rwd. Jnhn Vernier. Carl Maple. Paul HJ11 a.-id Mr «ind Mrs. Charles Carson of SURPRISE MISS CHEDESTER ! OBSERVE TWO BIRTHDAYS ^B. S Bt 't^ kJ '^^ Can terrr bv.T o Out Ivii::::: ' - '" mean; r i u : ·:" · ; " have t i l 1 ' · ; ' · ^ : ' A : · ! ··:" .'·-·: jncnT*^ - t* ""' "' ' ·- " f Jfc ^^/ ^r m «* ^^ f ·· ^ --**···«» M^ w "of "Ours f ,,_,_..,,, . v .. ..; ,,, ,-v 1 v nn:"t f r \va V \v:'i - S r* i i u r r V t V i - ·';· x ^- ! *r ! -.* p---" 1 *·-· ". n . , ; · · ; - . . . .ry W, .-.-iMi-.t I - O N - ; / r " : - : - i ' . ; - - - ; - r -.:.:;· a n - i ,·!..; tit-^-rv '·-·· ' 1 - - . T . v.. 1 , ·. - . . h"Y\ y . ' U ,sr:: ! ·"··' y..-.; K ; ,-,';·- t ;k.:;u i:r ' . : · . I i. ··;· V- " · «- r "- -' · '"- r : - r ' m Men's and Young Men's Lew Fall Suits and Top Coate. | $10.00 to 535.00. : | -Raincoats. S5.00 to $30.00. _^ | A STJFEEB model r.f sty "heavy wi -irh , Beys' Suits. jSVrmVi'HlNG Shoes, I'm"! T a THE BEST MADE CLOTHES IN AMERICA. I^^H^HBH I ARRAY OF'STJITS AND OVERCOATS $15,00 TO $18,00 a-ii.T'tic. fit «rd finish E v p r y trHrm-'Dt is a worth. Y o u r c':n:s f c i t h e r i n f - i n i m or $2.50 to S8. Top Tnats a;;-! R*pffrs. $3 to $10. t IN FALL AM) WINTER FURNISHINGS. '!!(··: » i .IT-, ^.irts.- ~:i K --rs, li--» :o.-y, Hftts.-Caf«._ a and Ou ClAthing. lilTM^ifll^J A L W A Y S GOOD Xf J l ^« *-- ^-P* ~ BUT N E V E R J X 7- J f 9 East State St. AS GOOD TRENTON. X. J. AS N O W - .I.E. N"v N iv i - M - . s s 4.--M'ss Bertha ?legt*. son ar.J GHfOri Apjjif:-- their j PLAN OYSTER SUPPER. 1 Srx"-lal to the Times I UORRISVIULE. NOV. 4 -- The amrua) ( oysl'T s u p p e r f»f I fit* I-adles' A!1 Socl- j ety of I h t First Presbyterian Church ivi'l! be he:3 T h u r s d a y and Friday cv«- ! ""«*· N o v e m b e r 17 a n j !?. BOARDWALK REALTY SOARS. on Hair foi Men and of k - M ( ·-: '. Tty J.orne. a'.lmetive. ..--· Kinds of ? -i.v-i R" i '.ate hour. for Hotel J'ur- H.il- 1 The i R \V M r - ISAAC SWANGLER BURIED. $4,000 · f*ront Foot Paid Property. ATLANTIC CITY, Nov. i. Boardwalk realty sold for $4,000 a foot front here when the Dtlaney Comp»"i} - . .lessees of the Hotel Durilop. purchased the hot«i. the Savoy Theatre, next door. ,je-:i A p - j and two adjoining stores, with a, total A!psa^*. | frontage of 1UO feet on the Boardwalk \~ Kur.t, MiMnvJ .··!·'*. Stella H-n- civ5":i. Robt-rt E''- .n A n n a Kosr-'.'s. _ . Mr. r! Mrs \V;I;;«T )! .\rt.r.1 H . i r ; ^ -Th- lur.fra. ^; were HI-. 1 Mi-« ' K ! '! N .! "iaa A a ·. * Et: M r K-: I "resvs l .v«ir ; · ( !· . . . - . . - - . , . · _ , j a t Ocean Avenue, from the Youns · Mar ."''p.^ 1 : N«k V- :· Amusement Company for SlOO.OtfO. ' ,i"''?r!.'"k and Orover I Robert E- Delaney, hotel man and poll- '·'.-' i'rij-ciiia Emmor.s .f ilclan, la secrtsutry-Wfeasurer «! th» . ! frs Willar-! Ru!J. Utjlaney Company - Frank Bowman, .·M Russell Hurst of [ maj , a gr er o f t he £unlop. Is pestilent. " . , * ' ' * » ? , "i- il r o i Tlls new own*** wli l erect at "nee a . ,'-'f-4e Atrhliy Mai- 200-room addition to the rear of, the V AtchlVy, Gord.in Ed- Iunlop. a six-story hostelry. How to Stop Falling Hair, and Drive Away Dandruff One* a day. if ocJy for one mlnuie, every wornwi and ev«ry man too. for that matter, ought to rub the scalp vigorously with the tips of the flng«rs. The blood supplies nourishment to th« hair Just as It does to the skin, stail frequent massaging K«tntly stimulates the scajp and causes the blood to flow more freely- t'tvclean hair brushes and combs attract dandruff g-enns, and should b» ·p ^",hel frequently, and If possible flrled in the aim Both men and women should be careful In the' bolce of a hair dressing. A good one us?d r^^rularly, not only destroys dandruff germs, but keeps the hair from falling, and causes It to srrcw profusely arid luetrous. SSarislan Sage Is the hair dressing, grower and beautlftar most in d«nmnif by discriminating people. So certain i»J its tyiiic action on the scalp and haJrJ and so sure Is it to give the limit of satisfaction that Miller Drug Co. gue antees Parisian Sag* to abolish darifj druff. to atop falluig hair and Itching I scaJp. or money back. Parisian Sage is a most delightful hair dressing, free irom grease and stickint-ss and once us«.-d. will never be displaced by any of the ordinary com- i:u-rcia! hair tonics. A lur^e hottle costs but 50 cents at Miller Drug Co. and druggists everywhere. The girl with the Auburn hair is on every package. Mail orxltrs filled, charsres prepaid by Girou*. ilfg Co, Buffalo, N. Y. "I have used Parisian Sage for some time and thiuk It has. no equal as a hair beautlfier and scalp cleaner. Xf more dandruff or faded hair," thanks * Parisian Sage."--Mrs. William Hoglund. Sault Ste Marie. Mich., June J. 1910. I'row5., M:s? M a r y Ifrv'.vs WORRISVILLE. - R E P U B L I C A N S . T O MEET. p ^ r i a l t i - t n e Times M O I i f l ' P V i I . T . E . N .v 4.- -A f'-f-l-! : ph!a. / V . i r ^ n th- h'.-m. 5Iar-. !. i a ^ v o r p l v f. W a ' l f . .'ib- : ut t' 1 a f T«t-kt-d ti- I* \! F'o-.vlPr h n ^ r ^ i u r n ^ d .sin-.-s t r i p a n d is v l s . t - n g «t ..f his son. T B. F'i«-!«-r. K l - k r y . a.K»il '.1 years, ^-as !-::ii-n ^y a rtoj belonglns? Ix-'Ti 3 . vfs: *?r«1i^ . "-vh**n he was r:i!*T ir.p Lord hou^e- Trie doe: th.- *ioy as soon a* hft en- varrt and "!t his han-3 Climate Failed-Medicine Cured It has be".", aSi'-indaiitly shfiwn that r*t. · ' fT«s5) air ano g«*I fTM«l ^ h-lp m-iny p?rsnns sufferinc from tnf^rciii-'S.s .'.V : 'j "It's the Busy Corner. $1.25 Gray Cotton Blankets we will Never Sacrifice Quality to Advertise Bargains. Special Every Fiu\h?we Mtirt Be Satljrfactoij- or_Mon«ry Eefujrfled Without ^oestion^ Music Sale Tomorrow 1 W. C. T. U. DONATION DAY HAMILTON SQUARE. to the .Tiraes flower rr.i "Wednesday Alllnsoc. pr ·was Sc cija iaiKj gare ar ' 1B ''' work o thp TOls"! ;y«ar. Mercer "~ - ^jTuriTieT counties " - trntor. T: ' day j'rlnx tb Mrs Pt \V: Mr.- ' Mr? 11 r.- ' ir:-:.i " e. "Junri,".wa£ struck i.ii.ler of Trent'jn set · RWd and sons, Ltinion and ' i the wr-c-k-snd i»-!th Mr. ajid J?=j^'en:er:aln--d her mother. M"US)t o{ Tr-nton. Wedn' s- - ,, , am W-ek* o : L*nRhorn.e Pa - . f n j r .f th.* piace. was a v^ntor ..e.3 ; Vubh«-rty has moved Jnw"nVs""ne« Miss MHrgaret Baker of Ventnor,'- t A t : ' i n t ! - C1:\. t5 v i M t l n u at the honK- ; ..f Mr. an'! Mr?. Jo*! Muson . ! ! Miss Janp Reese ftf Tacohy-}s vjsltlng $ " n»i"h stanA pipes are reported to be " , in *«·! c.'n-!U!o-n. but,*} Improvt-ments made to thfui un*'* sprine. Eckman's AI:-::.i^ for the cure of Tub tliip -rl'.5=?a^p ftsj.^iin ^-'^ire. 11 havt 1 r"'en *·. · r f i u n i l i n p s wfre rf T. ilrg^nt C^ITR wa* =e!'in:n jnor'- : rri-^re i.^ n*-*.1 l ve is ,^ tn**-^- ircul-'s.-s. I" .i,,l s c i i n . O ue--t-:--: *-"r.*-rf t !V:U, 1-1 r- 1 r.r. :n- ostat,- u n t i l the water rent is paid T h e attorney for .this estate claims horoupr- xvater '.« r..n used on tne premise^ aa.l ih» bor^ush wishes to show ;t Is hy l u , n l n 5 of f th( ,. water. . . ^^ p u hj!c _ Service Corporation has « « « » 5 ' lts w^n-out Po.i«« w ^ h , Cla-v*»y Millinery Store Makes Some Gtai-lling Saturday f)fferings Fri- Ii mrl'n . i o u i h * n,"d i n ev,- ; r ;, b ; r ;- l ., ns;S ln a d«l!tinn to jr. - fi ,,. i3 · ,, rres!l j,, wh . "^j " Th« f«rt*-the evidenc* "? cures th j- avf i,,. Pn made-are kif»r=st!nK r.-.i-l-r. A remarkable cure Mlow *' ^ fl ^ ni !;; Gentlemen: "Throtrgi Eckman's ,\i:«- - Tlrsis iiff hra'^adocio nor an alluring statement for effect only. The statement above is absolutely correct, and It takes but, a sinirl/v'Mt to our Millinery Salon on the Second Floor to convince any woman oMts truth. There's hundreds of the very ncw,.-st and CJxarcli of this R. , - a r r , l e VuUorn R»«d P^r.sSuke^the lu M; CciKver and wife. ' h-r.."-flt in I A HOVEL IKTRODUCTION lessle Pope Is -rtsltlng In Phlla- _ _. ! at!ve-I hav'o been saveit from n. p i : II H. Moor* and family have moved prave. and. fwllnf; that I mlspt nt 'h«!-fro^i Delawarfts*Tenue to Smith Street; sufferlne humanity. I t«KP p.eaaur^ 'of r h e i l n t o " th» h-ouse vacated by Jesee White I wr'.Tin.s you a brief history .if. a! -.-.ck- ness, which you are at IJberty to use. On December 14; 1S04. I «-as taken with typhoid pneumonia- My .iunss h*cam-.- vt-ry much affeotP.J: my- sputum wai nt- { ana family. ! ' . . . . Miss Maude Scu'd-der of AUentOTrn was , The Borough' Ensrineer is busily en- j - :LDrFHov»artl Co. a Special Prie». "Tlie Ir 'Hcrwara Company have en- le^ed Into an arrangement with the John A Sehiilt- dnig store, by -which t gaged Eettlng stake* for' property .own-.: - «rs In order .that they may set their curbs. Tbe Water Committee of. Council has had the flre hydrant on the Island repaired. This committee has also Burned off the water at the Fowler faqmestead, which la unoccupied. Sunday visitor a£ -the home of M'.ae It's J H. West find -Mrs. S. P. Tard ·risked frtendB in Trenton Thursday. The ladies of the M. E. Church will give a £upT"'r in Grange Hall Saturday, No- .vember 2£- ' . · Mr. an.-l Mrs. Roy ReeJ and son of Ph:iadeiph» and Mr. - and Mrs. L/elann Reed of Trenton were Sunday visitors at oFer will be"- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joel T. Reea. ,,_ rn(i -n'ppnt size or '· J'-*n W- Ttndal and WtlJiom T. Robbtea TM ,^ ^ tie cure of *"^ 3uada ^ Yi ' :tora to Philadelphia. Mis5 Carr)e Rawl , B i ey o f rppr.^r ^r,r tae cure 01 , Mr and ^j,^ Elmer Hughes of Mercer ^ V j4 t ; ng jt re . Margaret Durling. . Str«et arc. receiving congratulations upon; -^^ ftB ,j jjrs. Calvin Keplar and Mrs, the -birth of a son. j Eutrene Skinner of Trenton and Mrs. John Mrs. J. H. West recently entertained xTmstead of Cottageville were guests at her 3nlighter, Mre- Gertrude -Warren. o f - t h e Bottle of Mr*. Jennie Jardine last Trenton. . - - " } weuk · ·· Charies McCabe has taken up a. bus!-! Albert Berger of Philadelphia. Monday and Tuesday with Mr. an most beautiful models in every conceivable shape and style, from the plain and inexpensive t o the most elaborate as is seen in the most exclusive and fashionable society. , ' · [Tomorrow,! lowever, Will FindTerrif ic Price Reductions^ 4 C/f QQ For Hats That are 4.l«yO Worth up to $10 i of 2o oen « their ceiebtated i cntif.Upa.tion and dysp«'psia. , - j So reriiafkably Euccessfnl Baa Dr. ' Htrward'B Specific been in. coring- con. j -BtSpation. dyspepsia and a!! fonhs of ; riiver trotttile, that 'Jnha A-. Schultz -will j :Tetum-.the price pa-id in every 'easel · ; where it does, not givs relief. , j Headaches, coated tongues, dizziness, i gas on. the ·stomach. =pecks before the j «yes, conarUpatloti and all forms of ma- ! Jana and liver trout le are soon cared by this ctent'f'- ·-·;" . . - -Jpim-,rA Scinrftz--has hcon--able to- only · -Jlmtted. supply, so ev.ery wishes to be cured of dys- epjjstlpatlon should call upon at bnce or send him 25 -cents by BJZ get" *0 So'ses- of the best med-lever, Tnade; on this Bpeciia.1 half I lltinr-Dl/ll I C LUmDCnVILLC. .^ Jifan ness course, at the Htder-Moore Stewert. Business College of Trenton. Mrs. Elizabeth Robbing Is vfeitlng herj daughter. Mrs. George TTpdnce. tifiarj Hlghtatown... ] trs. Kate fflocX has returned Dome; guest of her sister, Mrs. Phoebe Hutchln- aoa. ,--- - SOCJAi. FOR LADIES'. AID; TRENTOI* JUNCTION, Nov ; Ladle.-*' Aid Sti'alelr of. the Trenton Junction 'Sunday .School will hold-a aack.so- _ of Stockton spent with Mrs. Margaret Durllng. Mrs- John Nea'l have returned to Philadelphia to spend .the. winter. ·Ell R Moyer of Philadelphia spent Saturday; -4.-Thel-and Sunday with E. B. Berger and fam-.. lly. In my ri^ht hin^ ^ruk** an-l I srew worse, and bf*Mrr.e . i-c-tv niuch .emaciated.. My physician I n : form~l me that T must so frf-roMrnrlo'as . ! quic-kly as posslhlP. I. left Texas Junn t. [and arrived In Canon City June 3., v«-ry' f feeble. After being there tw" we-ks my j nhyslrlan InforHied tne that nnthinir 'cmii'I ! weeks iat^r I returned hom». «-elfrh!ni? 103 pounris.' the doctor h«v!ng grlv«-n nv. no assurance of reaching th^ro alive. ; On'the Kth of July I besr^n takins; K.-k- man's wonderful renusly for Curvsump- · tnvl caii -do any kind of work ,, grain elevator. 1 have not an I ache'nor pain in my lungs, eat well-, tieer. I well and never felt better, I wmiM bv* r glad ff every person affl'.-e ted -with Taher' culosis toik T^ckman's rrure." · {Signed Affidavit) ARTHUR WKBB. Eckroan's'Alterative- cures. BroachHI.-. 1-fKy Fever; Tb-roat and I-un;; ; 'Ctlons. For. sale by MiSlpr Irusr Co. ·and- other leafilns drupsists, A,4'c for booklet of cured oaes-and write t». "Eck- Phllidelphia. 'Pa-., f.ir c. z-S- ,,. _- Mrs. Cora Eyre and Miss Helen Eyre of . 'V-'f .""·"· Sclal at S o'clock-this--e-vehing: In the Sun-': PhUadelphia^spent .Saturday. Sunday and ^price latrodtictorv o"pr. tvith his per- i ^r School room.'-. There will be dialogues. \^^Monday with Mra. llargaret u - " '** J - - 5 ic, and lee cream,! Master Wllmot Hartpence u - fional goarairtee to r**nni3 the money if Bperfflc ·· not cure. recitatioris 'and .· m u s i . cake end candy will be on eale. i T«mbertvllla. additional evidence-' There's a host of the- very newest, and most tiful Eiodels in every wanted color: Silk Velvets, Mes- saWne.-I'raieii Fella and Novelty Hats, heautifally trimmed with wings, flowers, silts, velvets, etc. 75 Trimmed Hats, Good values at $5» .Beautiful Wts trimmed with, wings, fancies^.velvet, etc. The shapes are -worth more, ~_r ' of tie'feiest"pKsh in all colors. to $3.00. Our Special .' Saturday Price Will Be Only.......,., Sold elsewhere at $1.98 : -"- Kanious Tyrolean Hats . - · % ' . - · ' · . · ' - - ' - ' : . · . ' - - . . - . - sewhere at $1 1.B9 * ·.*.-* * * $5 Beaver Hats for Misses and Women, trimmed with! band, of satin gibbon and ribbon ro . Very special at.... .A Lot of Handsome Hats worth $4, of rich broadclo tt/draped with p»nne velvet ; in all colors. select from; :^er^;Spedai:f or: Saturday 1 only.v:.., -".';.. .-,..,,..,,, Varietj tl|^1^Koot lieii Fi^ **^*^ *W^':$$^! ,jt Our No -Money -Down Policy, of which we ire Ike Originators, i$ extended to yoitii ^ was STOUJfc ANij COM KTJJ KT; and Overcoats $10, M-O dlo, V*re are the only credit oling house that sell le^a«d widely: t v ^ e mnkeSj such as -i« ) Sterne Oo. of 3iA:r : and S at "Baltimore. Our Goods are Marked in plain flgui-es^ fitc: «^iiii pncei^w iro asked in strictly cash C^K^fj --.... v ,-. ; ;-. .;v/;T.7.- · _ . · ; . - _ · _ : ' : \- ,.--:3: : -·"..-'· r: ': : .\.: '-·'-- -''r.-\ m -\i ^^^^te^^ ^d^^^L- ^S^ ; ''- i · - · "f -11 " : ii_ : "_-j- --- v«'ip-i^w^ c Sfttnrdjy Qiily.., : ^ . /,_ ., ' : " . . : ; . and Coats to ·· - "- - -fj v K j . y T* x^i^MAii. - ^^vt **· -**·»»·-.:· . --- - - -_ , .- ^, .. . - ihe^coridition" of .ter. purse,;if^sfaevcomes here to; "''"- ''': ·" [ ite.^vB^st^:b^^]ysev:o|^;m^ ; *no^·.mo^lS:-;selec2 by: ' Prices ^ay ·;·-.--·- »mt» TTVIH* ·p4-«-.yy----.-«* .-..*?+. .-·_ -- - .-v- .j-.ii.--V ^ ·-''Brbadaotn ana: man;nist;:materials;;/.with, semi-fitted · '·: ; : V;j^sket,'^lin^ : :With satinrand^plaited^.or: ; : «in -Cfl aoats; Crnffpn - Collar? plain V or ;|teit , iMsck Pln«h Coats, mth long Vshawl cofli"-; fall length and lined: : - - : black; half lined guaranteed satis. Isita? Sandsome ; TMr Goats Sets! ipr ^l^s^v]^iiey thari the : same ;q" ali ty catt : -fee $12,5ft "of- -'-larJge .-black Rrrawl coUari Imed- with. guaranteed : . sat Our Spel^ fece :«»«ii ^ - $19198 RUOT . muff aiia shawl coflar..- friinrnea ,:For -Oriiy,. .-.·* i; . : ..; '*.'. Muff» -of : Pony Skin, inches lonir and lined -WJiti guaranteed^ tatln. S»«cial . , . - . » - ; . . . . , $35 Cori«je-Fur Coats, SpCOfW » » * « r * * w - - t-y Sueh h\g and perfect fit as is embodied in these gar- meiits will be foniid nowhere at the prices. ; Alterations free of - charge. . BRO. 122 SO. BROAD STREET. TRENTON, N. J. Millinery SHOES m^:^ %*·',' VJ*alrr.«u. - ·· -. · - - '··-"'I'- .' · ."Mn^i",.'. * ·-*.-·'·'- .-- i" ^^^^i^i-^k-. «·: ··' ·:· -.^-.^^,^-* l epartmen t .- - - ' - - ' / - - " On our first Floor we .have opened a newTOid -roost iritereSing department, known scientifically as .Pyrography,, bat commonly .willed the . ; Art of Burning Wood An expert artist wja| give fiee Lessotts to all desiring to learn this deligbtftjl work. A complete line of the most useful and beautiful objects,, to be burned in charming designs, from 5c. to $2.50. Complete Gas Outfits, 256., 5Qc.,aivi $1. · Benzine Outfits, at $1.50 to $5; Stains and Var. ·nishea in all colors at 15c, to 25c. bottle. . .Stop and see it the; next time yoitfre iiLtha store. nen SI5.00 · .--of- --n.mso' S4.98 1 ,.. Co^t-K, -"- 54- " $3QJO! S25.00 '_/_" If yoa btty tfeeia from us you "will never regret'if. . * Real Kid Glove* of the Ke;aard brand, ia black, white and, all leading. *4 Cfl Bhade*..Pair ..:...............; *IiUU T^mpa Kid Qlovei of excellent quality -in black, whitle and colors: Every iM liji pair gnaranteed, at, pair..,..-.- '·v ·j"" -*ngHsh Cape WaTWtig Gloves with the oul^eam, a variety of diaSes in tan i*1 lift and ·fero'wu.- ·. i.;. .*i.,- . -- ... V-* ·"" : Two-Clasp Cw*mere Gloves with fleece and : silk lining, in tan, broWu, gtfty and black. * v 25fi 5flP "air . . · · · · · m . . . . . . . ,^»ww .www (Jhildren'f CaiAtnere and Golf Gloves in tati, brown, gray, red, .navy and white, pair ...;... ,r^.^i -f^ : , .,, ^' A * ^^iSS*^*%S^ *· · -^^^^^ v.^^;.-;''^'^-:iv^g?^^^! ! ^g^^^^^^E| ^..-.^iiteX^-^^iiSyaiie^ "' " ' *" ^^M^:%^"^' s ^-"jN*^« ! *;, iNEWSPA'FERr

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