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ESTABLISHED 1850 WHITE'S EXPRESS CO.
BROOKLYN AND NEW YORK
Express Department Contract Wagon Department Park Ave. and Raymond St., B’klyn
449 Madison Street, Brooklyn Telephone, 191 Main
Telephone, 540 Bedford 96 Worth Street, New York Telephone, 350 Franklin
Wagons and Trucks furnished 45 Church Street, New York
on yearly contract, also to let by Telephone, 2027 Cortlandt 165 Crosby Street, New York
the day, week, month, or year Telephone, 3192 Spring 79 East 13th Street, New York
First-class service at reasonable Telephone, 1990 18th St.
rates GENERAL TRANSFER AGENTS TO ALL PARTS.
very best ceiling that
THAT they are going to be 81 & 83 FULTON ST.
satisfied when Ceil
ing is up. .
THAT the price is as low as METAL CEILING
is consistent with
good work.. SIDE WALLS. THAT a full stock is carried
in New York... WAINSCOTE: THAT we are always pleased
to estimate JOHN
merican Type Founders Co.
Corner Rose and Duane Streets
Long Distance Telephone, 1975 John
George F. Perkins
J. Fred Ackerman
Book and News
White and Colored
66 and 68 Duane St
AN AUTOMATIC JOHN GLINNEN'S CALENDAR CLOCK SONS
which requires winding but 6 timesa year is the clock you want It will give you no
end of comfort and Undertakers
satisfaction and at
small expense. This AND
is but one of the many styles wemanufacture. Our clocks
are stronger, wear WAREROOMS,
longer, run longer
and keep better time than the 64 HERBERT STREET ordinary 8-day clock; also, Tile,
Frying Pan, Program and ElecSTABLES,
tric Clocks, 47-49 HERBERT STREET Catalogue No. 20 will tell you all about
them and will be sent free on request..
BROOKLYN, N. Y.
THE PRENTISS CLOCK IMPROVEMENT CO.
Dept. 2, 49 Dey Street, N. Y. City.
TELEPHONE, 160 GREENPOINT.
SHE EVERGREENS CEMETERY is situated in the Counties of Kings and Queens, and contains
300 acres. Its main entrance is on Bushwick Avenue and Conway Street, Brooklyn, at the focus of all the principal lines of travel, and conveniently accessible from the most widely remote parts of Brooklyn and New York. Notwithstanding these unequaled
facilities of access, the location is appropriately secluded from the noise and bustle of the great world of life, whose surges break into silence at its borders. Its grounds are absolutely unequaled in their fitness for a necropolis. Nature has endowed the spot with varied and picturesque sylvan beauties and a charming diversity of landscape. Magnificent woodland vistas and reaches of mossy emerald sward loom up in panoramic surprises as the visitor rambles over the knolls and slopes, across the dells and plains, and by the margin of the lakelets that here abound. From the terraces of the cemetery and from the summits of its higher hills the prospect embraces the great cities with their manifold engineering and architectural wonders, and in sedate or poetic contrast hamlets nestling amid their rural charms, visions of bays dotted with slumbering islands, and, southward yet, the majestic main, bearing the nation's commerce on its breast. To these admirable natural advantages are to be added the elaborate adornments of art which unstinted outlay on the part of the Trustees has supplied and is continually supplying, and which arise in costly cenotaphs, shrines, and monuments, erected by wealthy patrons as tributes to the memory of their dead.
Purchasers of lots desiring time for payment will be accommodated.
OFFICE IN THE CEMETERY GROUNDS
Telephone, 18 East New York
CHARLES PFEIFFER, Superintendent