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Auto-owning Pastor Won’t
Quit Even if Salary Is Cut
Calls Machine “Car of Mercy,”
and Plans to Sue Woman
for Slander.
WESTWOOD, Dec. 19.—Modern min
isterial methods, as seen and applied
by a pastor who not his training for the
pulpit in the worldly realms of busi
ness, have caused as much excitement
in the little village of Westwood, as if
the Erie railroad, which carries the
better part of the population to and
from New Vprl: city every day,
had boosted lhe price of commutation
tickets.
Rev. Carl Alire.ns. who brought mat
ters to a crisis wlten in the pulpit of
the Calvary Baptist Church in West
wood he characterized Itiose in his
congregation who have “opposed the
inarch of progress’ as “modern Eves"
and "Judas Iscariots” (according to
sex), said yesterday 1m contemplated an
appeal to the courts against the "cal
umniators."
The parson's newly acquired second
hand automobile, the .latest addition to
his stock of modernistk- paraphernalia,
has played a big part in the strife. The
pastor says there has been gossip to
the effect that the $500 paid for the ma
chine. which he r ails a “car of mercy,”
had been left with him in trust for his j
14-year-old nephew. He accuses Mrs.
J. Herbert Bate, until recently one of
the leading members of his congrega
tion. of having expressed this opinion,
and plans action against her for slan
der.
"I have applied in my work the ideas
of a business man, and by so doing I
have increased our 'trade.' And Just ,
because T have got myself an automo
bile, they’re talking about cutting down
my salary from $20 a week to $14,” he
said.
“If they cut your salary will you i
quit?" asked the reporter.
“No, sir, not necessarily," answered j
the “fighting pastor" quickly. "Such a i
move would only strengthen me In my |
resolve to do the work of the Lord on !
earth. It would show me there Is just
that much more to be accomplished.'” j
FIRST WARD 0. 0. P. INSTALLS. ;
The following offlcorB of the First |
Ward Republican Club will be In- j
stalled at the club-house. 12 Burnet j
street, tonight; President, E. E. j
Brothington; vice-president. Francis,
Clark; treasurer. F. Bowden; financial
secretary, H. B. Annis; recording sec
retary, C. F. Jackson; board of gov
ernors for three years, F. E. Ward.
J. E. Cannon, Leo Neu and A. J. Val
entine.
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Juki A.l»»vc Habne’a
I- SiTOKK OPBX BVBXIXGS_
startling" reductions on
FINE FURS
Ideal Christmas Gifts at August Prices
Never in the history of the fur business have such values as these
been presented at this season of the year. Y™ c®V?.®[!-k nrf
man for this sale, that brings vou savings of ONE-HALF AND MORL
on furs of standard CANADIAN QUALITY, regardless of how low the
price may be. We guarantee every article to be as represented, a gua.
{ antee worth its weight in gold. Hor
: AKK HERE TO ^ 'V
1 FUR COATS-XMAS SPECIALS §
E 22.50 $40 French Coney Coat Ityi^nffidei ^
! 24.50 $45 French Sable Coat ExtraQvaiue
; 35 00 $7o Russian Pony Coat une skins
* 42.50 $«o Russian Poiry Coat Moire Marked
52.50 $"<) Mink Marmot Coat LtaK*Loota
52 50 $oo Near Sea! Coat NewQModel j i
02.50 $i%. Mink Marmot Coat co»ar& cuffs |J
Persian Paw Sets Caracul Fur Sets \ jj
Reg. $12 valu*. /, AA R«*. $12.50 value.4 7C i ||
extra special O.WU Xmas special • • U. I o g TO
French j French $30 Black Narobian "
, Lynx-Sets! Sab!- Sets Wolf Sets LynxSets
SKi.uJ Val. . SI6 value A beautiful 8ir..00 Val.
Xmas Sale Xmas Sale Xmas Xmas Sale
Price Price Gift Price
7.00 8.50 i 15.00 7.50
I™ -7“.—n rnt„ White Iceland Fox Sets
Xmas Sale of Separate
Scarfs An Ideal Xmas Clift — Large Russian Shawl
^ il_ Collar or Animal Scarf, large pillow or hall
From lik, 2* ’ barrel Muff; of beautiful soft Ice- | 5.50
land Fox: reg. #25 set for only. la)
_XM A S SAtelJ
rxJ5f».:TrS.”'.Muff” 3-2S n.rxrnw 3.50
*7.BO French Snlile Muffs, 17c *8.00 Naroblan Lynx Muff*. A 75
Xiniin Niilr price Xinn» unle price. u
*10 Blue Wolf Miiffn, : nil *0.S0 Brume!* Lynx Muffu, c Aft
XinHs unle sirlee. ®,W Xmn* Nlile price. O.VV
*12 Hlnek Pony Muffu, A 1C *18.00 Illnek Wolf llafi. Q 50
Xmnn mile price. 0,40 Xmas unle price. •ou
*18 .Inp. Mink Muffs, () CA *26.00 Hlnek Fox Muffs, 1(1 CA
Xiiiiin unle price . fr.OU Xninn mile prlce^j^^—
Elegant FUR SETS for Gifts
Isabella Fox Sets—Finest 1C.00 Black Fox Sets—Rich and 10,50
quality; 35.00 value; spec.. I*)^KT lustrous, from. IOl,,
Raccoon Sets—From the 10.00 Black Lynx Sets—From the 3C.00
Hudson Bay district. *Gpp Hudson Bay section...._ ut)Jp
Red Fox Sets—A genuine «0J|) Eastern Mink Sets—A na- AC.00
Canadian product . *GI p tive Canadian product. '"'l’ii
WE REPAIR AND REMODEL FURS AT LOWEST PRICES
oubhoSSet Canadian Trading Posts hu££r?h,Ta°
Trannurc1 Ue I»«y hlRhent price* for flr«t quality
I rappers millte. „kln». w rite for lien price lUt.
CANADIAN FUR CO.
272 MAIN ST., PATERSON | 595 BROAD ST., NEWARK
••urn factury to you."
Gift Suggestions I
Fruit or Berry Bowls.$1.50 to $8.50 I
Celery Trays . 1.50 to 5.75 K
Fern Dishes .2.95 to 7.50 I
| Vases . 1.25 to 25.00 "
Bon Bons .65c to 2.25
Water Jugs . 2.50 to 10.50
Berry Sets, 7 pieces.. 7.90 to 15.00
Sandwich Trays . 3.75 to 5.50
Butter Plates and
Cover . 3.90 to 5.90 •
Oil Cruets . 1.50 to 3.25
Relish Dishes . 2.25 to 5.50
Sugar and Cream Sets. 1.75 to 7.50
Water Carafes . 2.50 to 6.00 Spoon Trays . 1.25 to 2.25
Compotes . 135 to 6.50 ^‘n.e,,Decannt"s . f-f® J°
Mayonnaise Sets...,. 2.50 to 3.75 Whtskey Bottles. 4.25 to 6.7a
Everything in fine quality Cut Glass, all made in our own factory
and sold at factory prices, one-third less than elsewhere. We bought
out the factory of Jos. Wilson & Sons, of New Brunswick, N. J., and
offer some rich pieces at greatly reduced prices; in some instances less
Efacturer’s cost. An unusual opportunity for Xmas gifts.
IRK CUT GLASS CO. I
MANUFACTURER#
7 WEST PARK STREET, NEWARK
iff Broad Street. Factory, 110-02 Arlington St.
ESTABLISHED 18SO
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SHOT, HIDES HALF
MILE ON SHAFTS
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Br)y, Accidentally Wounded,
Falls from Wagon^Shoot*
er Is Held.
PASSAIC, Dec. IB.—Peter Herenia, 16
years old. of Halstead avenue, Wal
lington, was lield for the Grand Jury
without bail, charged with shooting
Carlo Brocka, 17 years old, also of Hal
stead avenue. The shooting, evidently
accidental, was done with a rifle, the
bullet entering the spine of Brocka, who
is i.ying. Herenia is a son of Michael
Herenia, who was hanged several years
ago for shooting and killing Barney
Kanter, a Wallington butcher, who had
refused to give him meat for his dog.
"1 did not intend to shoot Brocka. 1
did not know I shot him, for if I did
I wt>uld have tried to get away," said
Herenia. He explained that he had
been shooting birds near the Second
street bridge over the Passaic river,
when a wagon belonging to M. D.
Wimple, a Passaic baker, drove across
in the direction of the centre of Wal
lington. He said he remembered fir- j
ing about the time the vehicle was
passing, although he did not knowj
that he hit anyone. It appears, how
ever, that the charge from his gun hit
young Brocka, driving the Wimple
wagon.
The horse attached to the wagon
walked nearly half a mile through a
well built-up section of the borough
before Brocka’s plight was discovered.
At Wallington avenue and Lodi road
the boy. lying across the shafts, over
which he had fiallen when hit, saw Con
stable John Chrystellne and called to
him. Chrysteline assisted him Into the
saloon of Robert Cook and had the boy
taken to St. Mary’s Hospital. The lad
was conscious when found by Cas
teline.
Miss Brownell
Youngest Leading
Lady’s Birthday
Manager Payton, of the Payton Stock
Company,' at the Orpheum Theatre,
often boasts that in Miss Mabel Brow
nell he has the youngest leading lady
In America today. Today Is her birth
day, and as she has not reached the
point where birthdays are tabooed, the
Company gathered at Miss Brow
nell's apartment last evening to
celebrate with a surprise party
which had been arranged by
her mother, Mrs. Brownell, and
her aunt, Mrs. Schroder, known to all
ho members of the company as "Aunt
Minnie." Miss Brownell was detained
at the theatre while her co-workers
fathered at the apartment.
When she arrived they were all seat
ed at a table which was heaped with
tlie delicacies of the season, tvith a
handsome tribute from Manager Pay
ton gracing the centre. The first toast
was to "Our loading lady who iBn't j
afraid to have birthdays.” For two
hours wit, repartee and story flowed ]
while good things to eat and drink dls- j
appeared. One of the features of the
evening was an eating and drinking
contest between Clifford Stork land
Harry Roche, in which Mr. Roche was
declared the winner, because he never
stopped talking during the contest.
Those present were Mrs. Brownell,
Mrs. Minnie Schroder. Clifford Stork,
Harry Roche, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ster
rett. Edward Van Sloan, Miss Belle
D'Arcy, Miss Sadie Radcllff$, Miss
Mabel Estelle, Mr, arid Mrs. C. E.
Lambertson and Fluffy, Miss Brownell's
pet poodle, who had a place of honor
at the head of the table next to the
star.
ST. COLUMBA’S CHURCH IS |
PLANNING XMAS PROGRAM, j
Under the direction of Choirmaster i
William Waldecker a Christmas Sab
bath musical program Is being ar- !
ranged at St. Columba's Roman Cath- i
alic Church, in Pennsylvania avenue.
The sacred numbers will Include selec
tions from the works of Haydn, Costa, |
Buck and Moderati. The soloists will j
be the Misses Anna G. Toohey, Mary'
G. Gately, Helen Cosgrove, Elizabeth!
Winters, Katherine O’Connell, Eliza
beth A. Gilroy, Louise McCarthy and
Mrs. Thomas McHugh and Mrs. August I
J. Mitchell, sopranos; the Misses Jen
nie King and Katheryn Goodwin, altos;
George J. Kirwan, Ralph J. Lepper and ,
Weldon W. Ward, tenors; Harold L |
Newman, Prank E. Groome, William J. !
Young and Mark Atchley, bassos. Mr. ;
Waldecker will officiate as organist. '■
The opening mass will be celebrated at j
5 a. m.
TO AWARD FIRE HOUSE CONTRACTS.
Bids for the new central fire station
and the Fifteenth ward firehouse were
received at a special meeting of the
Common Council finance committee
last night, and the contracts will be I
awarded at the final meeting of the
1911 council. It was estimated that
the central fire station to be erected
at 75-77 Academy street would cost
$60,00ft and the firehouse at 44-46
Mount Prospect avenue, $30,000. It Is
believed that some of the bids received
were considerably below these figures.
AMUSEMENTS^
PROCVOK’S VAUlkBVMXB |
LiAilsk .U.ii.ALl',, l.»c, 25c, 5»K*.
Telephone 1040 Market.
T7T\ugent A Co.j nimfT^TvDGTerl
A Crouker; IIoward'N T'onlen; Valerie
Hergfrf l'layera; Milton A De Lons
t Slaters; Corcoran A Dixon; 4—-Musi
cal Avoloa—4; Helen G*nnoB^^^
Nights—lSe, 2Sc, 7Bc.
NEWARK CHRISTMAS WEEK
Tllf Henry B. Harris Preseats
ROBERT EDESON
Mon.,•'Wert. SEATS IN TIIC IDAD
and tat. NOW IdCAitftO
NEWARK'S FINEST THEATRE
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^WASHINGTON AND COURT STS.
Matinee Every Day-10c. 20c, 3Qp
Night prices. 30c, 20c. 30c and 50c, n<r higher
This week Corse A AS I I I CT
Payton Co. in IVI I L. L C
Xmas Week—Geo. M. Cohan's "Fifty Miles
from Boston."
Market and Halsey sts. Tal. 1M® Markai
Matinee Daily. Amataur Night Friday.
^COLLEGE GIRLS
Next Week—Rose Sydell’e London Belles.
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Countess Von Boos to Sing
for Jr. O. U. A. M. Tonight
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COUNTESS VON BOOS.
Members of Several Councils
Are Expected to Hear
Talented Artist.
The singing of. .Countess Eugenia
Hlldegarde von Boos Farrar, the mez
zo-soprano soloist of London and New
York, known as the "Tombs Angel,"
will be a feature at the concert to be
given tonight under the auspices of the
First regiment, Uniform Rank, Jr. O.
U. A. M., in Turnbull Auditorium, in
Market street.
She will be assisted by Edward
Ovvings Towne, of Manhattan.
A large delegation of members of the
Jr. O. U. A. M., representing several
local councils, will attend. /
CountesB von Boos is a descendant
of an old German family and of the
house “Boos zu Waldeck." She attained
the sobriquet "Angel of the Tombs
Prison,” New York, through mission
ary work that she conducted among
the wives and children of the prison
ers.
The funds that she earns from her
singing are applied to charitable work.
TWO MINISTERS ACCEPT
CALLS TO ELIZABETH.
ELIZABETH, Dec. 10.—Two Baptist
churches in Elizabeth that have been
without ministers for several montha
have had calls accepted. Tile Rev.
Frank A. Smith, of Haddonfleld, has
signified his willingness to become pas
tor of the Central Baptist Church,
from which the Rev. Dr. Everett T.
Tomlinson, author of historical novels
The Great Reach
of Our
CONVENIENT
REDIT SYSTEM ^
Spreads Us arms into
every quarter of this
section, distributing
Watches and Diamonds
IN SMALL PAYMENTS
$25.00 .... $1.00 a week
$50.00 .... $1.00 a week
$100.00 .... $2.00 a week
ENJOY
CH RI STM AS “ you Cflnt ^ w/,te
ASTELBERQ’S *sR ,orDRcd “
onvenient 837t Broad St.
REDIT Open Evenings Ij
and a lecturer, resigned after a pas
torate covering more than a quarter
of a century.
Rev. Mr. Smith declined several
invitations to speak before the local j
congregation as a candidate for the i
pastorate, and finally a committee I
from the church went to Haddonfleld.
The result was that he was issued an
unanimous call, which he aocepted.
To succeed the Rev. Dr. Travers B.
Thames, who was for years pastor of
the First Baptist Church, the Rev.
Newton M. Simmonds, of the First
Baptist Church, Waltham, Mass, has
accepted the call.
BRANCH STORES:
49 Ferry Street
1 Bowery Street
251 Bank Street
373 South OrangeAvenue
629 Central Avenue
105 Harrison Avenue
Plainfield, N. J.
Westfield, N. J.
SCHEUER’S
Eroad St. and Park Place
BRANCH STORE8: ;
Somerville, N. J.
25 2 Springfield Avenue p.
412 Springfield Avenue §*,
241 Clinton Avenue
504 Clinton Avenue
Irvington, N. J. R
Belleville, N. J. Jp
Summit, N. J. I’l
Big Christmas Sale, 4 Days, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 20,21,22,23
SCHEUER’S 51st MERRY CHRISTMAS SALE
OF GOOD THINGS TO EAT AND DRINK
f Bigger, Better and Livelier Than Ever
A sale that's always a pleasure for 11s and a profit for you. Every store in our chain is loaded up with season’s good things to eat
and drink at prices way down that make your heart happy and never strain your purse. In addition we give latge quantities of the VALU
ABLE S. & H. GREEN TRADING STAMPS. Shop in the morning and avoid the big crowds.
NEW NEW Brick’s or Atmore’s Seller's ^ FRESH 'UStoBmws?1
filan.™orn MixedNuts Mince Meat XXXX FLOUR ®akJ Plum Pudding
Citron (SVanetSes) 5-lb. Pall, m fff IOC i'“
18c 16c OWLr RS'SinS w Mb. Cans, 43c ea
poufo pojfo DOC 24^4 lb- Bags cho^VprouJ5pcake Mb. Cans, 650ea
Our stores will remain open on Wednesday, Thursday Big assortment of Christmas Trees, Wreaths,
and Friday evenings until 10 o’clock. Saturday until 11 o’clock Holly, Mistletoe, etc.
Fancy Maine Corn I fl a Finest Creamery Extra Choice 97f*
Fancy Maine Succotash ■ ■ w Butter . WiU» Jersey Eggs. Lilt
CAN 3 FOR JI.OO DOZ.
Cape Cod Cran- Fancy Navel Mott’s Sweet Fancy Florida ORi* Best Compound
berries, quart. ■ 4C/ Oranges, doz.. fcwU CIDER, gal.... fcWw Oranges, doz. 4UU I LARD, lb.wU
I NEW NUTS I DEBED FRUITS
Mixed Nuts, lb.16c I California Prunes, lb.10c
f Filberts, lb......18c ! Evaporated Apples, lb.13c
Brazils, lb.10c < Evaporated Peaches, lb.10c
Pecans (Jumbo), lb.18c 1 Evaporated Apricots, lb.22c
Italian Chestnuts, lb.10c j Cluster Raisins, lb.18c
Almonds, Tarragonas, lb.18c j Cleaned Currants, lb.11c
Almonds, paper shells, lb.24c | Seeded Raisins, lb.lie
Almonds, Valenciennes, lb.42c ; Muscatel Raisins, lb.12c
Almonds, Jordans, lb.00c i New Fard Dates, package.10c
Walnuts, Naples, lb.20c J Fancy Layer Figs, lb.15c
SPICE DROPS, 0Cn JELL-0 and OC* CAKE ICING, 10p
3 pounds for JELLYCON,3 for LJb giags .... IUU
JAMS AND JELLIES TABLE DELICACIES
Crosse & Blackwell's Imported French Peas.2 can* for 28e
Jams, Jar.18c French Mushrooms, can.18c
Hawalan Pineapple, can.23c
Curtice Bros. Jams, jar.17c Crosse & Blackwell's Chow
Marmalade, Hartley's and Robin- Chow, bot...........28c
a, vs. Norwegian Sardines, box.10c
' :. ' " ...;.Heinz s Sweet Pickles, bot.25c
Montlcello Preserves, Jar.13c Marshall's Kippered Herring.
Old Vlrglnlp. Preserves, Jar.10c can .15c
Bure Fruit Preserves, bot.22e Franco-Amerlcan Soups. email
Maple Syrup, bot.10c Queen Olives, bot.15o
IMP. OLIVES, QCP GINGER SNAPS, Cp POTATOES,
quart jar., NIC-NACS, lb. Uu basket ..
Ic*"<or„i-p»rt, s«,'T,n«»»i.n; Wines and Linuorsl "tt?sc!|in# B“Srsr Extra special i
Sherry, Claret; mei, Apple, Ja- Port, Sherry, To- *s,IIOO UIIU LLIfU I ChOrfiQS ff I Choice Port and M
Qallon, maka ^ Wine8: Qt For over a half a century we ? Bottle 10O , * 1 ’ 77, Sherry Wine; i?
“!7 Ki* ^7 BS have been known as New Jer-:£gotllQ 2dg i ln,P®r£e, % dal. Bottle Eg]
i UU / QG sey’s leading distributors of t Imported Jamaica ML
fisw jfw . every known brand of Wines and > „ ^Ulk'n^rmprtet* JBj A _ S&j
■LB U Per Qa,l°n • Our Own Im- Liquors, backed up with a guar- ] Jj® ®®® hummel jyg %J3 A
warn ^ O 7R portatlon; per antee of purity, strength and kLOttle 1.35 CPI “U (08 la
Jug Free gallon, 2.7b quality. Extra Quality M ■ ■ ““ ■
1 Martini and Manhattan Apricot, Peach, Cherry t™---7-[Two Year Old Gin, PftP Imported RJtine PC«
9 A_ <nn Extra ^tamP,s Kimmel, Black- !y|u Wines, bottle * ■ ■ 03L |§j
Cocktails 95c Brandy 1.00 S-&H* s. berry Brandy VU Domestic, qnp H
| Bottl„ xtottie Given With All Wlnai and Liquors QUART Bottle - - - - OUU
Handsome Baby Doll Free With SHOP EARLY and AVOID Handsome Set of Shears (3), Free f|
Teas and Baking Powder THE CROWDS_With Teas and Baking Powder
1C* • | | To arrive on Thursday—Three Carloads
I f of Jersey Turkeys,Geese, Chickens, Ducks
^ • |rom Slater’s Farms at Hackettstown.
| Cheese Dept.
This department Is In charge of
experts whose judgment Is perfect.
ftjjj Just a few kinds:
Edam Cheese, each.tlO
Pineapple Cheese, each.43c
Pimento Cheese, jar.15c
Snappy Cheese, each....10c
Roquefort Cheese, lb.50c
Ji English Dairy, lb.
Imported Swiss, lb.32c
, Gorgenzola, lb. 8ae
Parmesan, each;.15c
McLaren’s, jar. ...,10c
American, lb.. • • •2<>e
egf And many other kinds.
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Scheuer’s Coffee
S. & H. Stamps Free
30 Btamps free with 1 lb. coffee,
at, lb.35c
£5 stamps free with 1 lb. coffee,
at, lb.'.80c
10 stamps free with 1 lb. coffee,
at’, lb.27c
Cakes and Crackers
Pies: Mince, Apple, Pumpkin.
.Peach, each.
'Lemon Meringue Pies.15°
Drop Cakes, Cruellers and Cook
ies. aoz.*.
Cream Puffs and Eclairs..8 for 5c
Fancy Layer Cakes.JOc
Large Sponge and Nut Cakes...loe
Extra large assortment of Christ
mas and New Year Cookies at cut
prices.
^ * | I On Friday our usual bijr assortment of Q
I 1 Fresh Fish. Oysters, Clams, Scallops, §fi
a Lobsters and Crabs. p
Scheuer’s Tea
S. 6c H. Stamps Free
120 stamps with our Premium
Tea, at, lb.70c
100 stamps with our Tea, all kinds,
at, lb.OOc
100 stamps with Premium Baking
Powder, lb.45c
Candy Department
Fudge, American Mixed, Peanut
Brittle, lb.10c
French Mixed, lb.12c
Gumdrops, assorted, lb.10c
Peppermint Creams, lb.12c
Clear Toys, hand made, lb.12c
Chocolate Creams, lb.14c
Chocolate Dates, lb.15c
Chocolate, assorted, lb.10c
Excelsior, mixed, lb.15c
Best Chocolates, in boxes, lb...25c
Churches supplied.
! Fresh Fruits
! •
Fancy Fruit Baskets.1.00 and up
Fancy Florida Oranges^ doz.. i...36c
j Fancy Florida Grape Fruit, ea...Sc
Fancy Florida Tangerines, doz. 30c
Fancy Table Apples.0 for 33c
Fancy Navel Oranges, doz. 35c
Fancy Messina Lemons, doz.18c
Fancy Greening Apples, basket..30c
Fancy Cal. Cazabo Melons, ea. ...BOc
. Fancy Malaga Grapes. .3 lb* for 25c
Fancy Red Spanish Pine Apples,
2 for 25q
Also big assortment of Celery, Let
tuce, White Onions, Turnips, Cress,
Oyster Plant, etc.

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