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THE WASHINGTON TDIEff FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912.
IN MARKETS HERE
Fruit Being Brought From
Georgia, and the
PLUMS ARE ALSO
Green Apples Arriving Here for
Purposes of Cook
ing. Large shipments of Georgia and Caio
Hnn, peaches aro being received in
"Washington today, the vanguard of
etllt larger quantities to come, as the
bulk of the early peaches used In Wash
ington and in nearby towns comp from
Plums are in strong evidence, the ma
jority of them coming from Carolina
points. They are wholesaling at from
J3 to $2.50 per crate. Largo consign
ments of Florida and Georgia water
melons arc being received. Tho Georgia
varltles promise to bo of good quality,
but those received from Florida lately
are not so good, as tho wet weather of
the last few weeks has cuused them to
blight and decay.
Blackberries are not so plentiful to
day, dealers explaining that It Is "be
tween seasons" for tho Carolina and
the local berries. Thev are bringing
better prices than a few days ago, but
the enormous local yield Indicates thu
they will bo cheap before the season
Raspberries also are shown In consid
erable quantities, that crop being good
locally. The red raspberries sell at 2"
centc per quart, the black raspberries
bringing 20 cents. Blackberries aro sell
ing at about two boxes for a quarter.
Tho first shipments of green apples
for pies are received, retailing at thi.
rate of 40 cents per peck.
Tho following average of prices Is
American, a lb..
Llmberger, a lb.,
New York State,
Cu li Hmtyi a 1 1 i-i nm) ( t nnv-4 4 V
unico, uvMitniib uiiu iiii'vii ii;u(
Fresh, No. 2, a doz
Bit, nearby, fresh, a. doz
Bare, sea. a lb
Ilaaa, atrlped. a lb ,
Blueflsh, a lb
Butterflrh. a lb
Claina, per 100
Codfish, frerti, a lb
Codfish, steak, a lb
Crab meat, a qt
Crab Cakes, a qt.
Filet of sole 12 H
Flounders, a lb 12Ho
Haddock, a lb iva
Halibut, steak, a lb )e
Lobsters, larne nnd small, a lb noe
Mackerel, Spanish, a lb ifo
Oysters, qt S8c0Wo
Porgtes, a lb Wrti
Halmon, a lb 3,-c
Scallops, qt '. loo
Fhrimp, qt 3So
Emelts, lb oc
Trout, brook, a lb .....Too
Trout, sea, a lb 8c
Beef and Veal.
Reef, dried, a lb
eef coined, a lb
Rreast veal, a lb
Chops, veal, a lb
Cutlets, veal, a lb
Hearts, beef, a lb
Loin, eal, a lb
Fhoulders, veal, a lb
met, beef, a lb
Roast, chuck, a lb
Roast, porterhouse, a lb
Roast, prime, pot, a lb
Roaet, prime, a lb
Plrloln, a lb
(Ueak, porlcrhoupe, a lb
Bteak, round, a lb
Eweetbreads, beef, pair
Gweetbreads, veal, pair
Tongue, smoked, a lb
20c ip 25a
Bacon, a lb 1MJ25C
Chops, pork, a lb 20c
Ham. boiled, a lb 40a
Bhoulders, pork, a lb i:Hc15c
Tenderloins, pork, a lb jj
Lamb and Mutton.
Chops, French, a lb 3Jc
Chops, loin of lamb, a lb ;io
Ham. fresh, a lb le
Ham, whole, smoked, lb lis
I.ard, leaf, a lb ISc
1'ork, roast, a lb 18c6.0c
I'orequarters, a lb 20c
Hindquarters, a lb 2CI?.'3c
Mutton, saddle of English, a lb loo
Lamb, stewing 12c
ApplR. pk 40cSJS0c
Apples, a doz 0cHJl.C0
Rananas, a doz 10c81o
lllnckbenles, a qt lCc
Eggplant, each Itcitl&c
Figs, lb 20o
Grapefruit, each 15c
Hucklerx-rries, qt ICo
Lemons, a doc 10cQ20C
Limes, a doz 15o
Oranges, a doz 20cS60a
Teaches, basket BOcfoToc
Pears, Oregon, a doz 6OcfJ1.0O
Tears, alligator 35c
Pineapples, each 15c025e
Plums, qt 2(k-
Strawberrles, qt 15cfy25c
Asparagus, bunch lSeffWc
Heels, new, a bunch 5c'(ic
Means, string, qt 10c
Tabbage, new 8c
Cantaloupes, each lOcfJlOc
Carrots a bunch ,.... Scufic
Celery', a bunch 8cl!c
Corn, new doz Me
Cress, a box 5o
cucumbers, each GcfJlOc
Ivetks, a. bunch 10c
Lettuce, a head EcjflOo
Mushroums, a lb 11.00
Okra, qt. ;0c
Onions, spring, a bunch ;0
Onions, red and yellow, a qt i0c
Parsley, a bunch t Jcfi6"
Pens, green. 1-4 pk 10cil5c
Peppers, a doz jOc
Potatoes, new, a pk j()c
Potatoes, sweet, a pk I0o
Radishes, a bunch ;c
Rhubarb, bunch '..3C
Romalne n head BcfiSe
Squarli. cvmbllngs. each : so
Fplna' b l- peck '.10,.
Tomatoes a lb j
Turnips, bui.ch So
Almonds, lb 25c
l'Lttcrnms. lh )c
Cocoanuts. each 10c13c
Chestnuts, lb 10c
Filberts lb ;0o
Walnuts, lb 20c
riRln Creamerv. a lb 35c
Renovated, u lb 30c
Grocers Plan Outing.
Plans for tho annual excursion to
Maitthnll Hall Wednesday, June L5 cro
lomplot.d at ,i meotint; of the. Rel.tll
OroreiH' 1'ruttctlve Asboelation lust
DISCUSS PLANS FOR
Anacostia Branch of W. C.T. U. Holds Meeting'at the
Home of Mrs. R. L. Scaggs Memorial for Frances
L. Willard May Be Erected.
WASHINGTON TIMES BUIIKAU,
ANACOSTIA. D. C. JUNE 21
Ways and Means for establishing
drinking fountains throughout tho city
wero considered by tho Anacostia
brunch of the Women's Christian Tem
perance Union at its monthly meeting
yesterday afternoon at tho residence of
airs. It. Leo Scaggs, 1214 W street. Par
ticular attention was given to tho plan
for a fountain memoiial to Frances
iMrs. William J. Cowthon, of Wash
ington, delivered an address. She said
the memoiial will, If present expecta
tions arc leallzcd, bo a handsome de
sign close to tho Treasury, to cost
The Anacostia branch voted to con
tribute $2." to tho fund.
Arrangements wero made for a lawn
fete ut the homo of Mrs. M. E. Cornish,
and for another entertainment some
Mrs. C. F. Linger reported having
conducted a successful mooting in the
interest of the work ut the Marine Bar
racks a few evenings ago.
A largo company witnessed tho mar
riage last evening of Miss Mu'gr
Phlpps, daughter of Mrs. Lucy E.
Phtpps, 1224 Talburtt street, and Fred
erick W. Drescher, of Washington,
which took place In the home of tho
bride. The ceremony was performed
by the Kev. Merrltt Earle. the pastor
o fthe Congress Heights M. E. Church.
The brldu was attended by Miss Daisy
E. Phlpps, her sister, as bridesmaid,
and Thomas Phlpps, her brother, was
the best man.
The bride was gowned In marquisette
over white satin, and wore a wreath of
orange blossoms. She carried Hrido
The bridesmaid wore moussellne and
carried swi'.H peas.
A iecption followed the ceremony,
after which Mr. and Mrs. Drcschur
went to their future home, 817 Nortn
The ncv. nnd Mrn. SamuM W Oraff
lln, the former '-he pastor of the Aia
coatlii Mothodisr Eplneoral Church,
have arone to Billlniore. where, today,
they at" observing quietly the thir
teenth anlilvers.irv of their marriage.
The R'-v. Mr. Gr.ifflln :iU tcda de
liver an adluss before tin' Itinerants'
i-inh. of n.iltimor?. discussing "Mm-
nlcipailtv anil Amusement." They will
tuturti to AnacoMtli tomorrow.
Mr. and Mn C, ")rge R. Bury ar?
receiving numerous coi.gratuiations
this we"k upon the tw-nty-f-cventh an
nivers.ii v of th"lr marriage, which oc
curred on Tuyda' last. A quirt linmo
gathering was the only family recog
nition of tho ev-nt.
Mr. and Mrs. Bury iiavo Vrt,n Identi
fied with Anacostia rince their weddln-;
r.f tAcntv-s.'ven year.? ago Mr. Purr,
who .slabllshed himself in UisIivsh
hne at that ilw, has become a lead
hi" li ti-r-tl'Jt of :he scthcin pan of
the District, and has been active In
movements of a regressive and civic
Rt Teresa's Youmr Men's Catholic
Club cave its nrit excursion last even
ing on the steamer St. Johns, and
many oun(; penpl' from Anaros-tla took
aJvantngc of the opportunity for a
rlcr outing. The excursion was the
At the following
Hotels, Restaurants, Cafes
and Lunch Rooms:
The New Willard
New Fredonia -
Instant Postum is now served at most leading hotels
and restaurants in America.
Among them The Waldorf-Astoria, Vanderbilt, Astor,
St. Regis, etc., in New York; Bellevue-tratford, Walton,
Bingham, etc., in Philadelphia; Auditorium, Blackstone,
I Congress, etc., in Chicago; Touraine, arker House, Copley
Square, etc., m Boston; Iroquois, Touraine, etc., in Buffalo;
leading hotels in Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Detroit, Cleveland,
Cincinnati, Minneapolis, St. Paul, St. Louis, etc., etc.
"There's a Reason" for POSTUM
Made by Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Pure Food Factories,
Battle Creek, Mich.
I Inst social event
to bo given by tho
club until tho fall.
TSminnnucl chupt'r, No. 191. Brothor
hood of St. Andrew, will Intel Tuesday
evening, and amonjr tho matters to bo
discussed ar tlr; summci tneQllngs,
which nro likely to take place n jiio
homes of the members during the
heated term, and tho prospect for out
door service, undnr tho auspices or tho
united ihurchcs In Anaccetla. Director
X. R. Harnlsh ho? these subjects un
der advisement now.
A large gathering of people on
brilliantly llght'd lawns made a suc
cessful llrst night for the lawn fete
given nv tlv CllrlV Vilenrtly League of
the Esther Memorial P. K. Church last
evening in Handle Park. Congress
HelghtH. Tin- building fund of the
church H to bo nddsd to ly the fete,
which will continue through tonight.
Miss Alice B. Quald, 1430 V street, has
gone to Oakland, Md.. for the summer,
accompanying Mrs. Charles Thorn. Miss
Louise McLaughlin, the latter 's Krand
duughter, and Miss Mabel Sinclair, all
James Frank, night Station clerk in
tho Eleventh precinct, returned to duty
last night after an Illness of several
weeks, during which ha was confined
to his homo in town.
Anacostia policemen expect to have a
number of automobile owners in Police
Court as a result of the timing of ma
chines on the country roads. The speed
f onmn varied from twenty miles an
hour, which Is the limit here, to fifty
eight miles per hour.
Club Holds Meeting
A meollng of the board of directors
of the Capital Camera Club was held
last night an elected the following tr
membership. Cliarl.'i S. Elder. H. Suf
fers, Wilbur II. Lawrence, nnd F. W.
Vendor. The follovlng committees were
appointed: CommPtee on exhibition.
W C Baheock rchaltman). C E Fair
man, F C. Crow, Howard Udelwltz,
anil W. S. Atliuni; committee on rooms.
William tlllivan (chairman), F. M.
Roteler R D. Vail. LouIh Lowe, and
J c Tvler "mnmlttes on members,
E B P.siKe (einlrminT. II. ' Iilckey,
E G. SI 'k'.er. Il-'nrv Wenz. and C. A.
Pakei ; lanfrn slide commit to. R. I.
Garland 'chalimaiO. J. E. Tyler, E. G.
Sirkler, C M l'hlllloa. and CO.
Rm-kinchim ent'i talnment committee.
f-lmrlps Maker (chulrman). C S. Eby
J. E. Tvlei. Ilenr. wenz, ami it.
Plans for a large
Thousands at Outing
Of Letter Carriers
Nearly 12,000 persons attended the an
nual excursion of the Washington Let
ter Carriers' Afnoclatlon to Chesapeake
Beach yesterday, .ind the trcaSVin of
u, nmnlzatlon Is measurably enroll
ed thci i'j.v. The excursion was one of
Hie most sncoesful of recent years,
iiartlculnilv In a financial way. The
l.ioceed.i oi thl.i inn'ial cutlr.c arc used
U. swell the lienelli fund for letter
Restaurants and Lunch Rooms
Union Station Restaurant
S. C. Moretti's
Treasury Lunch Room
Club in Washington
Sugcsted by Scnor Don Kederlco
Mella, the minister from Halvador, a
club of the diplomats representing
Central American republics, Is likely to
be formed In Washington. Since tho
Arlington Hotel was closed Inst month,
tho envoys have been without a meeting
placo In tho city.
The Central American diplomats sta
tioned in the city aro tho following:
Senor Don Joaquin Bernardo Calvo,
Minlator from Costa Hlca; Stnor Don
Foderlco Mcjla, Minister from Salvador;
Senor Don Salvador Castrillo, Jr., Min
ister from Nicaragua; Dr. Fnusto Da
vlla, Minister from Honduras, and
Senor Don Joaquin Mendez, Minister
HOW I MADE
MY J AIR GROW
Woman With Mnrvetnualy Beautiful
Hair Given Simple Home Prescrip
tion Which She Used With
Moat Remarkable Results.
I was greatly troubled with dandruff
and falling hair. I tried many adver
tised hair preparations and various pre
scriptions, but thov all slenallv failed:
many of them made my hair greasy so
it was impossible to comb it or do it
up properly. I think that many of tho
things I tried wore positively injurious
and from my own experienco I cannot
too strongly caution you 'against using
preparations containing wood alcohol
nnd other poisonous substances. I be
lieve they Injure the roots of the hair.
After my long list of failures, I finally
found a simple prescription which I
can unhesitatingly state Is beyond doubt
tho most wonderful thing for tho lial.
I have ever seen. Many of my friends
have also used It, and obtained wonder
ful effects therefrom. It not only is a
powerful stimulant to the growth of the
hair and for restoring gray hair to lis
natural color, but it Is equally good
for removing dandruff, giving the hair
life and brilliancy etc., and' for the
purpose of keeping the scalp in llrsl
class condition. It also mukes the hair
easier to comb and arrange In nice
lorm. I have a friend who u.ud It two
months and during that time It has
not only stopped tho fulling of Ills hair
and wonderfully Increased Its growth,
but it jractlcully restored all of his
hair to Its natural color. You can ob
tain tho Ingredients for making this
wonderful preparation from n'most any
druggist. The prescription Is as follows:
Bay Rum, f, or..; Menthol Crystals, Vt
drachm; ljivona de Composec', 2 oz. If
you like It perfumed add a few drops
of To-Kulcn Perfume, which mixes pei-
fectly with the other Ingredients. Th.s,
however. Is not necessary.
Apply night and morning: rub tho:-
cughlT into the scalp.
Go to your druggist and ask for an
eight ounce bottle containing six ounce"
of Ray Rum; also one-half drachm of
Menthol Crystals, und a two-ounce bot
tle of Lbvonn de Composee". Mix the
Ingredients yourself at your own home.
Add the Menthol Crystals to the Bay
Rum and then pour In the Lavona d"
Composee' and udd the To-Kalon Per
fume. Iet it stand one-half liour, anil
it is ready for use
People's Pharmacy, the well known
and popular druggists of this city, have
lllled this formula for many of their
patrons and Btate that the satisfaction
from its use is so great that they have
found it necessary to make special pio
vlsion to fill tho prescription promptly
July IS, August 15 and 29
$55.75 from wa8h,nK,on
Proportionate rates from other points
Auk Adcnts or B. M. Ncvvbold, r. P.
A.. 15th and G Sto., X W , Wash
ington, for booklet, or address D.
X. Bell, A. G. P. A., Philadelphia.
Tours to Maritime Provinces July H,
Montreal July 31; Adirondack July 31.
Muskoka !,akes August 1; Quebec August
;, Yellowstone Park August 10, Great
I-akes September 12
Have them treated at once.
Don't delay another minute, for
each minute delayed increases the
eventual size of your dental bill and
causes you untold suffering.
I can make your teeth sound,
strong, and beautiful, and you feel
no pain whatever while I am work
ing on them. My prices are low
and my EASY PAYMENT plan
makes things easy for you.
fillings in Gold, Silver,
Platinum & Porcelain
Will Ncrer Slip or Drop
$5 A SET
Safe Deposit Boxes
IMJ, jrrrfWrW V V VShHaL
We par It per cent compound In
terest on snvlnBS Recount.
HOME SAVINGS BANK,
7th St. and Mass. Ave. N. W.
7th & H Sts. N. E. 436 7th St. S. W
Every Element of a Perfect Vacation Awaits You at
Bnena Vista, Virginia
AMONCJ THE III.UE RIDOE MOUNTAINS
Near Natural Hrldce and Ixlngton.
Two Dlstlnrt Vacation Opportunities'
THE MOBT ATTRACTIVE IXJt'ATION AND HOTEL IN VIRGINIA! .
THE MOST 1NTEREBTINO KI'MMER CHAUTAUQUA IN AMERICA!!
lloth at Isss Than tlic i-
EVERY ADVANTAGE of a hlgh-itrndo
summrr resort at onc accessible et re
mocd from the heat nnd rush of the
crowd centers -magnificent scenery won
derful summer climate beautiful building
nnd green, shaded grounds on their lofty
plateau, swept by Invigorating mountain
breeres opportunities for rest and qulot
pleasures, for active sports and recreation
best of food, well cooked, tastefully
served, varied menu large, cool, airy
rooms something pleamnt to do every min
ute congenial people boating und bathing
tennis courts and athletlr grounds pool
and billiard tables, bowling nlle -all lreo
to guests private forest preserve nnd park
of 1,000 acres our own Dramatic Club,
Choral Society, and Orchestra of 21 pieces.
For reservations, rates, or further particulars, write or wire.
to July 16th.
uutr.i. M-iit, i uuij
OPEN REGULAR SEASON
SATURDAY, JUNE 22
"WASHINGTON'S ATLANTIC CITY"
PALATIAL STEAMER ST. JOHNS
CAPT. 11. F. McIIOIlNEY
LEAVES SEVENTH STREET WHARF
Daily at 9 A. M. Except Mon.. Sat. 2:30 P. M.
Special Week End Trip
Saturday, June 22, 2:30 P. M.
Sunday, June 23, 9:00 A. M.
Gold Crowns and
$3, $4 & $5
427-429 Seventh St. N.W.
Over Grand Union Tea Co.
Largmt anil Mont Thorough
ly Kqulpped I'arlorn In aRh
InRton. Appointment)! Mn- He Made
A e keep open until 8 p. m.
for the accommodation of
thoMe nbo cannot come during
the day. Sunday huura, 10 to 4.
IJAlriMOIli: O K F I C E 36
Went LexInKtnn Street.
S. K. Cor. KlRhth aud Market
When coming to my office
always he sure you are in the
rlsht place Remember the
name (Dr Wycth). anil the
number (427-429 7th St )
M-l-I-I-1 I't-H-I-WM-M-I-H-I'M-H; AMUSEMENTS
SNT it worth
$3.00 a year
to you to
u r valuable
papers are aoso
lutely safe ?
or Kitner Aionc eisevnere.
In addition, "COOL HEIGHTS" offers
you and your family WITHOUT EXTRA
CHARGE THE UNIQUE PRIVILEGES OF
THE BUMMER CHAUTAUQUA of the So
ciety for the Advancement of Social Edu
cation, with Ita inspiring lectures. 1U- spe
cial ceremonies. Its high-grade musical and
dramatic events, Its pilgrimages to historic
places and natural wonders, and, above ail,
the society of a wonderful body of men and
women, the leaders In public affairs, In ed
ucation, In the profeslonal, buvlness. social
and civic life of tho entire South.
Special rateB June lfjth
iicinuin, fi j
nuena Vista, Va.
Salt Water Bathing,
Fishing, Crabbing, Dancing
One Day - - 50c
Season - .- - $1.00
Short Water Trips
Old Point Comfort
Tickets IncludinK Stateroom and
Accommodations at Famous
Sat to Mon $7.50
Frl to Mon. or Sat. to Tues,. .11.50
Frl. to Tucs or Sat. to Wed. .15.50
NEW YORK and BOSTON BY SEA
City Ticket Offlce.N.Y.Ave.ifc 14th St.
Norfolk and Washington
Spend Vacation Days at
Dancing, Fishing, Other Amusements
CARS LEAVE 36th AND
M STREETS N. W.
CONCERT EVEIIY EVENING AT
C HEVY CHASE LAKE
By Larue Section
U. S. Marine Band
MKIlUY-GO-noUNb AND O Til En
nANCING ADMISSION I'ltEB.
STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTER
TWO TRIPS DAILY TO
Leaving: Seventh Street Wharf at 10 a. nv.
returnlnc at : IS p. m. ; leavlnc at :,30 p. m
returnlns at t 16 p. m. Round trip, 75c,
Including admlssloi. to crounrti and mansion.
TIMES WANT ADS
Washington' l-radlnc Thenler.
HIE COLUMBIA PLAYERS IN 75c
The House Next Door SOc
SIntlnee Thar, nnd Sat. 25C
Next Week "The Climber.'
I MATINEE EWEX DrtV
rtLL BEATS 23
The IJIg Musical Comedy
With an Augmented Cast.
Next Week-ALIAS JIMMV VALENTINE.
Tonlaht At 8lI5 25c, COc, 70c.
F AST WFFK Don,t m!" theso
WUJl llCCa Farewell Performances.
Goodbye Reception Sat. Mat.
In Jerome K. Jeromn's Comedy Drama.
"The Way to Win a Woman"
ADMISSION ALWAYS KIUSI2,
ALL OK TIIK SIXTY'
AM1;HKMI'TH AND KXTIIA
I'HATI IlKS TO KNTEIITAIN
B -SUNDAY SCaOOLS-S
HOLDING Til Kill PICNICS
AT THIS I'OI'ULAH 1'AIIK
ATI..VXTIC CITV, X. J.
Jowlnh M'lilte A Siinw Cutnpnny.
THE MARSH, 121 So Car Ave., Ko. Fur
nished rooms, 1 block from I'a. Depot;
screened; reasonable. Blancho Csputa. Prop.
(ABUt'nV PARK. N. J.).
0I 4th ave. White service; under same
management: booklet. 1). J. RICHARDSON.
Ocean City, Md.
OCEANIC and Ml".
Ocean front and view;
booked, best served.
reasonable rates. First
J. D. SHOWELU
T.TNWnnT) One-half block from beach.
XJXX1 YVJJU pooms large and airy
Ppaclous porches, dlnlnc room unexcelled.
Hates extremely moderate. Special rates to
parties MR3. McKKNNY. I'rop.
TOK RENT First-class camps. Colonial
Reach, every' convenience; fur particulars
address ROX 213. Times office. !
13, $6, 7 per week. GaB In every room;
artesian water; pavilion on front DR. M.
R. GHOSHON. D. D. 8 Open July 1. 1
MOUNT IIOSH IIOVSB.
Coolrat place at Colonial llciich. Quiet
ml re.tful. Kxcellcnt tnble. Itatesj,
fO to 8. Mrs. C. J. SMOOT. Prop.
. Ileal IXnte llroker.
The choicest bulldlne lotn, rottaEesj,
nnd buslneaa places for aale.
THE IFERT COTTAGE.
BRADDOCK HEIGHTS. MD.
Noar Postofflce. Park, and Trolley. All
modern conveniences. Rates reasonable.
Address GEORGE L. IFERT. !
"Ri;pr'? ParmBrail(loc1' Heights,
DitstJl b J! J,LUXUW) ft. altitude.
cookine: moderate prices; cool and dcllchtful
air. Ad. Mlsa Riser. P.O.. Rr-dock Hu.. Md.
On Catoctln mountain; altitude 1.200 ft.;
pure air; eood water and no mosquitoes; all
modern conveniences. For terms, etc.. ad
dress Mrs. THOS. II. MYERS. Braddock
Helcht. Frederick Co.. Md., carace attached.
METROPOUTAN STEAMSHIP LINE
The Great White Steel Steara-
hlpa .MASSACIIl'SKTTS null
Icae Pier U, North Klcr, fpot of Ful
ton Street, N. Y . Week Days and Sun
days at & P. M. Time between CItini
about 11 hours. Wireless Telegraphy,
Kubrnarlne Signal Service, and all facili
ties to Insure Security ami Comfoit OIL
FUEL,. TWO-BERTIl OUTSIDE ROOMS.
3. INSIDE. $1. Electric farw In Inside
rooms. Main Deck Dlnlnc-room. supetljr
service; Hurricane Deck Cafe. Ac.
SPKCIAI, XtvriCBi Staterooms on
Metropolitan Line Steamers may bo re
served and paid for at ticket offices of
Ilalto. & Ohio and Penna. Railroads In
MAINE STEAMSHIP LINE
Direct YORK &
Stenmshlns Xorth I. nnd S: North Star
Leae rvcw yorK ii.r is, ronn llior
foot Vesev St., Tues., Thurs. and Sats.
ut 5 T. St.. also Mondays 10.30 A M.
Time between New ork and Portland
about ?J hours
All-the-Way-ny-Wnter FolderH In
Ktery Hotel and Ticket Oflioe.
The Ideal icutes to Maine anil tho Mari
time Provinces are those provided by the
All-thc-wny-by-Water Service of the
EASTERN STEAMSHIP CORPORATION
Merchants & Miners Trans. Co.
14-dhy trip, personally conducted, 90S,
Including necessary expenses Leav
ing Baltimore Vellnesla, July 17. A
most pleasant and Interesting: trip.
10-dny trip, pemonnlly conducted, 9-IS.
Including necessary expenses I.eav
inir naltimore Wednesday, August 31.
A most charming trip ,
Bend tor itineraries
W. P. Turner. I'. T. M.. Ilnlllmorr, .ld.
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will locate prospective customers,
close sales and collect the money
100 letters 91.50
UOO letters 1.75
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DOO letters 82.50
1,000 letters 3.0I
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6,000 letters 7.00
District Notional Bank Ilulldlnu,
Phone Main 7000.