Stores to close part of Armistice Day
STORES TO CLOSE PART OF ARMISTICE DAY
The greater number of merchants here will close their respective places of business at 3 p. m., Saturday, Armistice Day, but will remain open until 9 p. m., Friday in order accommodate shoppers:
Merchants who have thus far notified the Cumberland Chamber of Commerce of adopting the plan are: Rosenbaum Bros., he Two Brothers, White and Ankeney; S. T. Little Jewelry Co., Schwarzenbach & Son, McMullen Bros., Inc., C. G. Smith, Peskin's Shoe Store, The Holland Co., The Exclusive Garment Co., Henry Vogel, S. W. Kaplan, S. Lazarus, W. F. Frederick Piano Co., Hopkins Furniture Co., John A. Fulton & Co., Auto Accessories Co., B. Beneman & Son, Benjamin Fram, Edison Electric Illumination Co., H. U. F. Flurshutz & Son, J. E. Cunningham & Company. The Globe, Samuel Wertheimer, Gross Bros, The Bon Ton, L. Bernstein Furniture Co., Brownell Shoe Co., W. F. Kerber, Max Kleinstub, Ways Jewelry Co., Boston Shoe Store, J. Gerstein, United Accessories Co., W. Lester Boward, jeweler.
Habig Brothers, Wm. Morehead's Sons, and J. George Zilch, engaged in the tinning business, will remain closed all day Saturday.
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