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| How About Your Easter^tfit ?
X „„*"*?!! Unit Raster Is only a few days ofr> S^Kflurrles ‘ X air YVe woutT' Vi ,here ls real Promise of springtime wtfhin the , + while we 1, “e fuv,St“ >'ou <0 purchase your Raster outfit at once been tlimneAU wi)u'ge s,°!‘k to 8el*ct fl'om- Although our store has ' x Spring Sale we ,u,y<il:s ever Hlnty we opened our Easter and , + Our Eomis J flav® a btrgo and up-to-date slock 10 select front. * Snrlmr On. nr|l’d° ”p !?. COITeet and snappy styles f6rJEaster and ' X articles 1 18 uro lll<' lowest as you will see by tl# following . + ■ ' _ X ^__■ + + Young Men’s Suits X Young men’s very fine Worsted X Suits, vary neat, single or doub + le breasted.7..",0 + ,• X Young men s very fine Dress Suits J single or double breasted.0.25 X 1 lot of 50 voung men’s Suits. .,5.25 * x | Men's Hats and Caps * 4* X Hats are the dressiest thing that + are looked upon. \Ve have the right + hat for you from 1.25 to 3.00 X -- X I Children’s Top Coats X J in red and light grey, sizes 3 to in 4* X \vorthS5 at.2.75 + X +x+x+x+xd*x+x+x+x+x+x+x+x+> Men's Suits Every one of these garments are made up in the most ultra fashiona ble style in single or double bre isted Men’s fine Dress Suits, equal to custom made, concave shoulder, band made button boles, hand felt collar, very neat patterns lit’.50, Men's fine Worsted or Cheviot Suits, single breasted.10.25 Men’s single and double breasted J Suits, neat for business.8.50 j Men’s blue serge Suits, single or j double breasted.7.50 to 14 00^ We also carry the well known line -j of Hart. Sehoffner &• Marx,rang- j in price from...-18.00 to 28.00 > --- >| Men's Trousers \ If you 'are thinking of buying a H pair of trousers you caunot do belter j than come here. ; Men’? fine dress trousers.2.50 t] Men’s extra fine trousers, made of H imported worsted,_8.50 to 5.00 ;j Men’s good working pants.1.25 1 Men’s worsted trousers.1.50 1 Men’s trousers, Reading brand, q Overalls, good quality.45c tj Men’s Spring Top Coats l In all the lateit colors..•)..)() to (1.00 4 One lot of men's Priestly Craven- > ettes, in gray and fancy shades. ^ warranted water proof x.r>o to $18 4 Children's Suits > Children’s Buster Brown Suits, > Knickerbocker pants, sizes 3 to d 8.1.75 4 Extra line Buster Brown Russian > Blouse Suits, in all the latest de- d signs and colors, new mixed 4 grey, brown, blue and red, well > made and trimmed, sold in de- dj partment stores at $H. our price i .3.25 > -4 Boys' Suits t Boys' double breasted cassimere tj Suits, sizes 8 to 1(5. .2.25 4 1 mixed lot of Suits, (5 to Id ...1.75 > Boys’ fine Worsted Suits, Kuicker hooker pants, Dudley coat, sizes 4 8 to 1(1. d.75 > Blue Sergo Suits, Knickerbocker j pants, Dudley coat, sizes 8 to 4 1(1.3.75 > 4 X4.X4-X4-X+X4-X4-X4.X4.X4.X4.X4.X4.X47 SCHEERER & CROWN 74 and 76 Market St, Newark,IN. J. The Most Liberal Credit House On Earth Prices Always ONE-THIRD LOWER Than Others Ask for Similar Quality NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED 1!m WE FURNISH A :s ROOM FLAT COMPLETE FOR $70.00 WE FURNISH A d ROOM FLi\T COMPLETE FOR SI00 ' A postal card will bring our salesman to your home to take your order on the fellowing terms of credit: For Furnishings of 1 Room NO Deposit Payments 50c Weekly. For Furnishings of 11 Rooms NO Deposit Payments 1.00 Weekly. F'or Furnishings of .'! Rooms NO Deposit Payments 1.50 Weekly. For Furnishings of I Rooms NO Deposit Payments 2.00 Weekly. Carfare Allowed When Purchases are Made at Store. West End Pharmacy J. Ivilliiiberger, Prop. Prescriptions Carefully Filled at Moderate Prices. EZIBBT’S The Largest and Most C mplete Resort in the Count . FOUR BOWLING] Eight illiard and A L L E Y S j Pool Hobart st. Perth Am HE — THE Engineers’ List A publication of a special value to all those interested in Engineering, Electrical and Scientific Questions. Published, Monthly. .... 50 Cents a Year BUSINESS OFFICE: Evening News Building. 284 State st For Sale also by MOORE BROS., and FRANK NEER .... ■ v-~.~~ -p l I AN AUTHOR'S REAL DETECTIVE WORIC h|6-—--4 J [Original.] |. 1 am a writer of detective stories. < My work lias supped my confidence in < circumstantial evidence, for there is no jj case, however strong, against an nc j. fused person that I cannot frame ns Z strong a theory for the defense. Huv < lug made this statement to a friend h s ho is a practical worker in prison re-1 h '<>rm, he told me that he had seen a ; f woman whom he believed to be iuno- ! k cent serving a life sentence for having i i poisoned her husband. He asked me to (- visit her and if 1 came away with the | z same opinion as himself to interest my-1 < self in her behalf. I consented. jj i t found Mrs. Julia Kingluud a pretty f. woman of thirty, I had a long conver < sation with her, not with a view to < learning of her guilt or innocence from j • iter arguments, but to make up my . mind upon the higher plane of intui j tiou. It did not seem to me to lie |h>s I sihle for a relined person, as Mrs. King • 1 laud was, if guilty of a frightful crime !! to appear to me lo bo innocent. After ’ a long conversation I left her perfectly [ I sure that site was being punished for a ; crime site had not committed. This . | conclusion ana liotmiig to do with any ! appeal whatever to my reason. • This Is a synopsis of her case: She ; married Peter IMnglnnd, a man twenty i years older than herself, a stingy, • crusty uote shaver of the oldeu type, i Rlnglund, never in good health, nt last ; gradually sank away and died. What ! he died of no one knew', for he was too | moan to have a doctor. He was burled. i and liis wife proceeded to take posscs | slon of his estate. . One day Ernest A. Parsons received ; at Ills club through the mall a note signed Julia Riuglaml, of whom he ! had never heard. In it she admitted ! that she loved him, but would not per mit him t<> lie near her so long as her husband lived. The note ended with ! the Single word “Walt.” It happened that there was another I Parsons In the club, Edward A. Par-! sons. The note hud been addressed to E. A. Parsons and had fallen into the i wrong hands. The Parsons who re ceived It talked about it. Its existence reached the ears of Peter ltlngland's relatives, and they accused the widow of haying poisoned her husband. The body was exhumed, the stomach ana lyzed and arsenic found in sufficient quantity to kill several men. The note and llie arsenic were the main points | on which the prosecuting attorney se- j I cured a conviction. Mv Droving Mrs. Kinglund’s inuo (.cnee, depended solely upon one point j —her husband must have taken ar senic without the knowledge of any one else. The attorney for Ihe defense | had taken this position, but could ad duce no proof tlint Riuglaud lmd ever bought a grain of arsenic in bis life. He had investigated every drug store In the suburban town in which Ring land had lived, but not one bad ever sold the drug to the deceased. One day a possible solution to tlie problem occurred to me. Riuglaud was i so stingy tlml be might have bought the cling wholesale. The theory was certainly farfetched, but I determined to investigate the wholesale druggists thoroughly. There were tivc of them lu the city. I went to all of them and | asked if they had had any account I with Peter Riuglaud. Not one of them i had ever had such ail account on Its books. Besides, they would not have sold the goods to any one not lu tile drug business, certainly not at the wholesale price. Since I had made up my mind that proving Ringland's pur chase of the drug himself was the only possible way of establishing his wid ow's innocence, I determined to push further in niy investigations. Was It not possible that Riuglaud had had the drug sent to him under an assumed name? I requested every wholesale drug store in the city to make up a state- ] ment of all the arsenic it had sold ! in the town where Ringiand had lived ! within two years prior to liis death. | There were a number of quantities of arsenic on one of the statements that had been billed to tlie Ridgewood pharmacy- Tlie items arrested my at tention, for the articles were nil arsenic. I inquired for tlie Ridgewood pharmacy and was told that it did uot exist and never bad existed. Then I knew I laid found what X had been limiting for. I still bad to produce proof tlmt Riuglaud had received the goods. I i had tlie matter hunted up at the ex- ; press office and found receipts for packages signed “The Ridgewood Phar macy, per I*. R„” lu Peter Ringland's handwriting. The dales of shipment and the receipts accorded exactly. Armed with this evidence, the lawyer who bad defended Mrs. Itinglmid In court, working with me, secured a pardon for her, tlie only means availa ble of doing her Justice, or, rather, of uo words or phrases capable of ex pressing lier gratitude to me. Once out of prison, Mrs. Kluglnnd I went to work to discover a reason for 1 her husband's taking arsenic and learn- ! ed that many years before, when much run down In health. It had been recom mended to him. Later, when In llie same condition, he had prescribed It to himself. From the time of the accusing of Mrs. Rlngland, Edward Parsons kept In the background, there being notli j lug lie could do but deny any knowl edge of any evil intent on the pnrt of I the accused. Her life was a bitter one ' till I brought forth the evidence that . vindicated the lady. A year after the pardon he married her. This couvlnc- ' ed the tongue waggers that after all 1 she was guilty, and Mr. and Mrs. Par sons left the country to take up their residence In South America. EDWARD S. SPINNEY. | The salve thgx acts like a poultice . Is Pine Salve Carboltzed. No other | salve so good for cuts, burns, bolls, and chapped skin. Ask about It. I Price 25 cts. Sold by Sexton's Phar macy. •'* '• A > rii'SI ‘AY, MATlv-H Lft; I !»? r. i v*v • SS BUFFALO BESTS 8ULL IN DESPERATE FIGHT Holiday Crowd at Juarez, Mexico, En joys a Unique and Terrific Contest. El Paso, Tex.—Craving new sensa tions and fresh horrors of the ring, followers of bull fights were treated to a battle royal between a North Da kota buffalo and a vicious bull from Durango, Mexico, lighting stock the other day. For a half-hour honors be tween the animals were even, and then the bull sulkily retired to the side of the ring and refused to pro ceed with the fight. The buffalo indir rated he had enough ai d did not press the advantage he was gaining as the Struggle drew toward its closq. It was the largest crowd that ever attended an event in the arena of luarez, across the ltio Grande from El Paso. The novel event had been a picador, who hurried up and proddo him wiili a polo. Enraged at the In i tcrfereuce. the bison turned from th . bull and tore after his human tormen tor. He caught the picador on th< ' point of oik1 of Ills horns, just ns the : man fell behind a guard. It was i I crucial moment, but the picador es \ raped unharmed. Then the battle of the beasts was 1 renewed. They came together a see ond time and locked horns. Then each played for an opening to gore his opponent. Unable to land on a vita’, spot, the hull again crashed into the head of the buffalo, and staggered Him. There followed a fust and furi ous skirmish, the buffalo having the advantage, but unable to make the supreme lunge. To the disgust of the cheering thou sands the bull backed off after this round and ran away like a whipped cur. He was bellowing like a spoiled child. The buffalo plowed the dust with his hoofs for a minute in defiant attitude, and then concluded he, was vindicated and had enough. The tight was declared n draw, but the 10,000 spectators were unanimous in declar ing the North Dakota beast the vic tor. Gently moves the bowels and at the same time stops the cough. Ree’s Laxative Cough Syrup. Contains Hon ey and Tar. No opiates. Rest fot Coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough. Satisfaction guaranteed. Chil dren like it. Mothers indorse it Sold by Setxon’s Pharmacy. MAKE YOUR OWN LIGHT INSTALLED ON EASY PAYMENTS Roaring Like a Full Menagerie, The-/ Came Together. well advertised, and there was a great Reappointment that blood did not low more freely, although there was plenty of excitement while the fight was on. ' The buffalo was the first gladiator n the arena. He stood pawing the ground and throwing up great clouds rf dust until the bull was turned in o engage him. Roaring like a full nenagerie and foaming at the mouth, he buffalo primed himself for a scc md. and then made a rush for his ltiarry. The bull started forward at he same instant. The two canto to gether with a crash that could bo leard for blocks. Following the Impact the buffalo ’el] hack dazed and was amused by Piles are dangerous but do not sub nit to an operation until you have first tried Man Zan, the Great Pile Remedy. It Is put up in collapsible lilies with a nozzle that allows it to te applied exactly where it is needed, if you have itching, bleeding or pro truding piles and Man Zan does not •elieve, money refunded. Soothes and tools. Relieves at once. Sold by Sexton's Pharmacy. To Storekeepers of Perth Amboy and Vicinity: Here is a chance to free yotirsell from the gas mid electric corpora tions—make vour own light with “THE E. P. GAS MACHINE," safest, cheapest and best light, on the mar ket. Ono-tenth the cost of electricity and less heat than electric arc. Over two hundred F. P. Gas Ma chines In use between Jersey City. Long Branch and Staten Island. Call at the Commercial At- Home Light, Service Display store, No. IP Smitli street, Perth Amboy, N. J., evenings between 7 and P p. in., or nl some of our consumers in Perth Am boy. The "F. P.” machine has been it use in Perth Amboy for the last fout years. Following are some of the users: Washington Hall, Jcsho Petersen. Globe Cafe; Emil Bohnsack, bowling alleys; Edward Switzer, bowling al leys; David Isenberg, liquor store; Andrew Petersen, cafe; Chris. Deit riehsen, cafe; Carl Neilsen, cafe; Jorgen Martlnusen, cafe; Greenspan Bros., grocers;; John B. Pavese, groe er: A. Kroeger, butcher; Clias. Harm son, halter; L. L. Friedniun & Co. ladies’ and gents’ furnishings $200 TOUR I To See America VIA PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD APRIL 27 TO MAY 25, l'.KI7 COVERING Cbe Grand Canyon of Arizona Pacific Coast AND Canadian Rockies Account Imperial Council. Mystic Shrine, Lon Angeles Rate covers all necessary expenses en route, except hotels at Los Angeles. SPECIAL PULLMAN TRAIN PERSONALLY CONDUCTED A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR SIGHT-SEEING AT MINIMUM COST Detailed Iiineraries and full information of Ticket Agents, or J. li. ooo, Rtuxtmgei TmlUc Nauaei-r. Exquisite Easter OFFERINGS Our Exhibit of Spring and Easter Apparel surpasses any to be seen hereabouts. Men’s Easter Suits in a beautiful variety of new spring fabrics, the very latest models tailored to fit as good as custom made garment, double or single breasted 10.00, 12.50, 15.00 Negligee Shirts in a great assortment of new spring patterns, the new checks and fancies in light and dark snades at 49c and 98c Ladies’ Suits and Coats, Misses' and Children's Coats for Caster Wear in great variety. NewEasterNeckwear in four-in-hand, tecks and bows | in neat designs of fine silks, special values at 15c, 25c, 50c Boys’ Clothing, the most varied line ever placed upon exhibition Hyman Wedeen 225-7 Smith Street. MoneytoLoan IN TWO HOI KS after you apply lo us for a loan we can place the money in your hands. This is not a "wildcat” statement, but an actual fact. SIMPLE METHODS and the small amount of inconven ience we put you lo to enable us to give you the best of service. We cun make yon a loan on your furniture, piano, horse, wagon, etc., quickly, privately, without any humiliation. WE DO AS WE SAY. We give every customer a passbook In which we record Number of payments to be made. Amount and date of each payment. Total amount of account if'carried full time. Amount of rebate allowed for each month account Is settled ahead of time. * That’s fair, isn’t, it? Sounds fair. All information absolutely free. Posi tively no charge in advance. Call, write or ’phone. Strictly private of fices. .. New Brunswick Loan Go. A\ A INCREASES * Y Jhcat capacity x^—r-y REDUCES LABOR R NO CLINKERS NO SIFTING ASHES EQUALLY EFFECTIVE ON [g STOVES^0 RAN FREE TRIA PERFECT COMBUSTION CO. 130 NASSAU iT NEW YORK MAIL POSTAL TO J. H. CARLSEN. Local Agent 61 Fayette Street, Perth Amboy. THEGOORE BLOODGOOD BOWLING ALLEY Billiard and Pool Parlor Cigars and Tobacco 1 47 Smith St. 1 THE NEW STEAMBOAT COMPANY operates two steamers everj mg day from New York 1100 A. * and 2.30 New Pier 8 E. R., N.Y. Returning steamers leave Perth Amboy at 7.1.'. A. M. and 5.00 P. M. Express Service at Freight Rate*. Rates Very Low. New Jersey CenM In K fleet November 25, 1000. TRAINS LEAVE PERTH AMBOY. For New York, Newark, and Elizabeth At 6:33, 7:17. x7:45, 7:58 ,8:29, 9:11, 9:64, 11:14, a.m . 12:09, 1:10, 2:22. 4:44, 6:09, 4:11, 7:41, S:03. ••11:00 p m. Sundays, 8.37 A. m., 6:29, 9:67 p.m. For Philadelphia and Trenton via Bound\ A? Brook. 7.17, x?:5p, 9.11, 11:14 a.m., *12:09,\ 1:10; *3 22 p.m. Sundays, 8:37 a.m., 6:f|t \ 7:12, 9:67 p.m. For Long Branch, Ocean Orove, etc., B:6T, \ 9:20 a m , 12:22, (1:19 Saturday only), S:06, \ 5:01, 7:19 p.m, 12:48 night. (Sundays ex- \ cept Ocean Orove) 4:55, 9:53 a.m., 4:64, 9:tt \ p.m. For Freehold, 6:07, 6:53, 9:20 A.m., 12:21, u:ui, *>::>:> p.m. Hunaays, »:oj a. 9:23 p.m. / Additional trains for Red Bank, 6:53 am., 5:01. 6:33. 6:55. 9:40 p.m. Sundays, 9:21 a.m. For South Amboy, 6:07, 6:58, 6:66, 7:11, 9:20 p.m.; 12:22, 1:19, 2:06, 6:01, 6:03, 6:18, 6:55, 7:19, S:40 p.m., 12*48 night. Sundays, 1:55, 9:21, 9:53 a m., 4:64, 9:28 p.m. TRAINS FOR PERTH AMBOY. Leave New York, 4:00: 6:60, 6:16, 8:80, 8:38. 10:00, 11:30 a.m., (12:40 Saturday only», 1:20, 2:00, 3:40, 4:16, 6:16, 6:88, 8:ll.' 6:30. 8:45, 12.01 p.m. Sundays, 4:00, f:80a 9:00 an:.. 4:00, 8:30 p.m. Leave Elizabeth. 4:05, 6:22, 8:41, 9:01* 9:56, 11:23 am., LrlO, 2:05, 3:68, 4:38, 6:63, 6:20, 6:52, 6:57. 8:48, 11:66 p.m. Sundays, 1:28, 9:20 am.. 4:02, 8:37 p.m. Leave Newark, 6:12, 8:36, 9:42, 11:30 *.m.* 1:20, 3:35, 4:26, 5:38,, 6:13, 8:45, 11:60 p.OL Sundays. 7:25, 9:06 a m.. 3:55. 8:40 p.m. Tinough tickets to all points at lowsst rates may ba had on application In advanea of the ticket agent at the station, x Except Trenton. xNew York only. } ikfii JH •Saturdays only. ^ Lil ^ ••New York and Elizabeth only. ■Bfeaiaun.1 W. <3. BBSLBR, M Vice Pres. & utmerai W. C. HOPE. General Passenger Agsgt-^^ PERTH AMBOY POSTOFFICB SCHBDCIiB. Taking Effect Got. 15, IttOO. , I MAILS ABB1V1C DAILY. .V. Y.. Western and Southern-7.00 n.m. Uuliwiiy— Woodbridge .-.7.00 n.u». Fords and Kensbey . 8.00 n.m. South Jersey Way . 9.30 a.iu. New York and Northern Way-0.30 a.tn. Rahway, direct ..-.12.00 ID. South Jersey Way -- 1.80 p.iu. \\r Wood bridge, direct - 1.80 p.m. New York and Northern Way ... 2.80 p.m. New York and Northern Way ... 5.30 p.m. Smith Jersey Way .—— 5.30 p.m. New York, Brooklyn, Pennsyl vania and North Jersey -.0.30 p.m. Fords and Kensbey . 6.45 p.m. SUNDAY MAIL. All Points .6.30 p.m. MAILS (’LOSE DAILY. “ £.‘ Railway ami Wood bridge .7.15 n.m. New York, direct _...... 7.30 n.m. New York & Northern Way-— 9.00 n.ia. ■■■ South Jersey Way _>— 9.00 a.m. Fords and Kensbey _—- 9.30 n.m. New York. Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Eastern States .9.80 a.iu. Railway and Woodlirldge -12*00 m. New York & Northern Way .....12.30 in. ... ■. Q m it i,i Rahway ami Woodbrldge •-4.15 p.in. ! New York nnd Northern Way ...4.90 p.m. South Jersey Way .—— 4.30 p.in. Philadelphia. Camden, Jnines burg. <'rimbury. Hlghtstown.. 8.00 p.in. Cords and Kenshey __7.00 p.in. All Points ...7.00 p.m. SUNDAYS. All Points ...— 8.00 p.m. orricK hours. Open .7 a.in. Clone .....-7.80 p.m. Money Order Department opens 7.30 a. hi.: closes o.90 p.m. Registry Department opens 7.00 a.in.J eloses 7.U0 p.in. Carriers* Window open Evenings—6.00 p. in. to 7.00 p.in. Sundays y.oo n.tn. to 10.00 n.m. Stamp Window—Opens 7.00 a.m., closet 7.30 p.m. daily. . ^ . Sundays'-Opens 0.00 a.m.; close* 10.08 a.m. .. _ Public Corridor open until 0 00 p.m. GEORGE H. TICK. Postmaster. STATEN ISLAND RAPm TRANSIT R’Y. TIME TAIIRE IN EFFECT NOV. 1, 1MJ. Perth Amboy to New York:—6:10, 6:10, 7:00, 7:30. 7:30, 8:00, 8:04. 8:63, 9:62, 10:52, 11:48 a.m.. 12:48, 1:51, 1:58, 3:36, 4:33, 5:33, 6:36'. 7:66, 8:06, 10:1*, 11:18 p.m. _____ Sundays end Regal Holiday* 6:15, 7:47, 8:47, 9:47, 10:47, 11:47 *.m., 12:47. 1:47, 2:47, 3:43, 4:43. 6:48, 8:48, 9:10, 9:40 (11:18 p. in. Holidays only). New York to rerln Amboy:—-8:8% 7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 11:00 a.m., 18:00 in., 1:00, 2:00, 2:40. 3:40, 4:40, 6:16, 6:80, 6:45, 6:15, '6:80, 7:10, 10:00, 11:80 p. » 12:30 a. in. . .... Rnndayn nnd Regal Holiday* 7:30. 9:00, 10:00, 11:00 *m„ 12:00 B*, 1:00, 2:00. 3:00, 4:00. 6:00, 6:00, 1:99, 4:im. 9:30. I'.iOO p. in. (12:80 a. m. Holiday<l KlJliRY BETWEEN PERTH AMBOY AND TOTTENVIRRE. Reave Perth Amboy dally:—6:14, 6:10, 6:32. 7:00. 7:30, 8:00, 8:52, 9:62. 10:16. 10:62, 1 1:20, 11:48 a.m., 12:20, 12:48, 1:26, 1:53, 2:20, 2:53, 3:35, 4:00. 4:38, 6:00, 6:33, 6:10, 6:35, 7:05, 7:24, 7:66, 8:46, Lt*: 1S. 11:18 p.m.. 12:b0 a.m. Sundays and Regal Holiday* 6:15, 6:45, 7:47, 8:20. 8:47, 9:47, 18:47, 11:20, 11:47 a m.. 12:20, 12:47, 1:20, 1:47, 2:20, 2:47, 3:20, 3:43, 4:20, 4:43, 5:84, 5:43, 6:20, 6:43, 7:30, 8:10, 8:45, 8:40, 10:20, 11:18 p.m. , ...... Reave Tottenvllle dally:—1:88, 5:66, 6:22, 6:42, 7:10, 7:45, 8:12, 9:06, 10:06, 10:40, 11:05. 11:30 a.m., 12:06. 12:80, I 05, 1:35, 2:05, 2:30, 3:05, 8:48, 4:10, 4:45, 6:15 , 5 45, «:£3, 6:50. 7:14, 7:88, 8:4* 9:43, 1 1:03 p.m., 12:33, 1:33 a.tn. .A Sundays er.d Regal Holiday* 6.30, 7:15, 8:00. 8:35, 9:26, 10:05. 11:05, 11:30 a.m., 12:06, 12:80, 1:05, 1:80. ! 2:05, 2:30, 3:05, 3:30, 4:06. 4:30. 6:01 ‘5:30. 6:05, 6:80. 7:05. 7:45, 8:18, 8:0*, ,0:00. 10:35 P-m. 13:03 *.«»*„*_ General Trail* Ajrae* UDDLE & PFEIFFER ; Horses, Carriages and Coaches to Hire at all Hours for Funer als, Weddings, etc. 'BOARDING BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH. _ Teams to Hire for Carting & Trucking ^Telephone 30-tt. S06-L. 7, 9, II N. B. Avs Hear Swtthjpgl 3 Bowling Alleys. Billiards & Pool HOTEL AND CAFE 123 Smith Street. M. E, SWITZER, Prop. If you would know what ~^r, neighbor knows without asking hw, 1 road the NEWS.