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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 13. 1894.
' IK GREAT VARIETY.
No Fake Sale in Ours
We nave better bargains ever? flay In
ftp year than to-called "bargain 'days, "
"clearing sales," and such wall-known,
worn-out, played-out schemes will afford.
For real bargains in FIRST-CLASS NEW
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Popular, reliable and within your react.
HALLET & DAVIS
Hare taken over 100 first premiums in
the past fifty yean.
Otber makes of Pianos. Four mate of
Organs in beautiful new designs. Sea our
stock before buying. We hare the goods.
Cur prices art) right. Everything m the
STELU & SEELEY
IS4 Wyoming Ave., Soranton, Pa.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
G., B. & Co,,
tmprinturt on Eanh Cigar.
Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
l i)l 111 HOLbU ftUUAltU.
DR. H. B. WARE
IYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
'35 WYOMING AVE
J. W. Guernsey is in New York.
John L. Morgan, of South Bethlehem,
was th guest of friends iu th city last
John H. Holt, of the firm of Florey &
Holt.is nttendiug the bicvcle show iu New
T. E. Jones, treasurer of the Pearce.
River Side and Raymond Coal Co's, is in
New York. . .
Manager Hoster, of the Cornell glee,
banjo and mandolin clubs, who was here
on Thursday arranging for the concert at
the Academy next Friday evuning, left
yesterday morui'ig for New Haven, Cbnn.
Rev. M. J. Bobaa, of Ashley; Jliss Mary
A. Hoban and Anna Uohau, of this city,
nil an the jstuamer Fnrst Bifmarck next
Wednesday to be ulwent six months.
Father Huban is n noted oriental scholar
and can sptak fluently seven different
langnagea. J. P. Wellington accompanies
the party as far as Havre on his way to
Of "The Tornado," which will be
een at the Academy of Music this
evening. the New York Dramatic News
Bays: "The scenic effects nlou would
carry a much less meritorious .work to
success. The principal senatiofial fea
tare is a tornado scene, which is man
njjfd by the aid of electricity and spec
i illy constructed mechanism, and it
one of the finest and most complete af
fects ever shown on the stage. The
jagged lightning, the roaring of the
elements and tho confusion of the tor
nado, ara all remarkably represented.
It is a triumph of stage realism.
LADY WINDEUMKRE'S FAN.
Oscar's Wilde's play, "Lady Winder
mere's Fan," which comes to' the Acad
emy of Music nest Monday, direct
from its engagement at the Chestnut
Street thaater, Philadelphia, will prove
of interest to all classes of theater
goers. Never within recollection has a
piece of stage work been more widely
discussed or examined from so many
points of view.
RAILROAD TICKET LAST EVENIXO.
A large audience attended the return
engagement of "A Railroad Ticket" at
the Academy of Music last evening.
The familiar farce comedy was admir
ably played by a first class company,
headed by Arthur Moulton.
NORTH EN 0 SURPRISE PARTY.
It Waa Tendered Walter Stanton by a
Numbsr of Friends.
A large number of the friends of
Walter Stanton tendered him a very
pleasant surprise party last evening at
the residence of his father, Eugene
Stanton, of North Main avenue and
Parker street. It was the young man's
twenty-first birthday .
Before refreshments were served, Mr.
Stanton presented his son with a beau
tiful gold watch. J, S, Davidson, on
behalf of young Mr. Stanton's friends
presented him with a valuable foun
tain pen. A very enjoyable evening
was spent by all Who were present.
Changs of Time on Csntral Railroad of
Beginning Sunday, Jan. 14, trains will
leave Scranton, Lnckawanna avenue sta
tion, as follows:
For Pittston and Wilkes-Barre: Week
days nt 8.10, 9.15; 11.30 a.m.,12.30, 2.00,3.30,
6.00,7.25. 11.05 p.m. Sundays at 0.00 a.
m., 1.00. 2.00. 7.10 p.m.
For Philadelphia and New York at 8.10
a.m., 12 80, fast express, with Buffet Par
lor car, 3.80 p.m. Sundays 2 00 p.m.
For points on the Tamaqua branch at
8.10 a. m., 12.30, 3.80, 5.00 p. m. Sundays
Flocr: In our last the explanation
given for the unsettled condition of the
spring patents market was that given by
the trade, which was simply reproduced
as an explanation for this situation of af
fairs without auy design of passing upon
the correctness of the claims of the Duluth
millers of superior advantage over those
of Minnespolis. All that concerned us
were the facts, and these cannot be dis
putednamely, that the new Duluth
mills, with all the latest improvements
and large capacity in the heart of hard
spring wheat country, are taking au un
usual Bhare of the trade for new mills, and
at prtoes of older and bettor known brand
of mills in the older spring wheat sections.
Above is extracted from Breadstuff's
column beaded "Produce Exchange. Satur
day evening. Nov. 4th, 18U3," in New York
Journal of Commerce and Commercial
Bulletin of Mouday, Nov. 6th, 1803.
Rkminoton Typewriters and Edison
Phonographs for sale and rent. Copying
work executed. Phonographs rented for
an evening's entertainment. Telephone
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Fill ClRCf S
Tbe Leading Events of the Week iu Scran
ton's Religious Circles.
WHAT THE CITY PASTORS ARE DOING
Annual Meeting of the Penn Avenue
Baptist Church Brings Out an Ex
cellent Showing for the Past Year.
Observance of the Week of Prayer
by the Different Churches of the,
The week of praysr was observed in
the three Welsh Calviuistic churches
this week. The meetings were well
Rev Hugh Davies is able to attend
to duties again after au attaek of grip.
Rev. J. 5. Eckman, presiding elder
of tbe Wyoming conference, was at
Wyoming last evening, conducting
quarterly meeting in the church of
Rev. G. C. Lyman, who closed his
fourth year in the church. Today the
presiding elder will go to Orange and
Centermoreland and hold quarterly
Rev. D. 0. Phillips.of the West Side,
has been engaged bv tbe Calviuistic
Methodist church of Olyphant for two
Sundays of every month.
The week of prayer has been ob
served by both the Jackson street and
Scranton atreet churches. The meet
ings have been well attended and re
sulted in much spiritual good.
The young people of the First Welsh
church discussed one of Shakespeare's
plays. "As You Like It," in their
literary meeting last evening.
Rev. W. S. Jones held a baptismal
service laat Thursday evening at which
recent converts were baptizid.
Rev. Warren G. Partridge gave the
right hand of fellowship to thirty-one
new membtrs last Suuday.
Tbe annual meeting of the Penu
Avenue church wits b.ld last Monday.
During the year 1803 ninety-four mem
bers were added to the clinrcb, of
whom sixty-five were baptized, "he
membership now is 859. The church
raised $11,050 for all purposed during
the year, and $2,100 waa contributed
for missions. All bills have been paid
and there is a bnlanoe in the treasury.
This surpasses all previous yean in the
history of the church, notwithstanding
'.he bard times. The attendance in
Sunday school has increased during
1893. It raised $1,254 for all purposes
and contributed $550 for missions.
The library contains over 1.000 new
books, carefully selected, Over 900
i scholars are enrolled in the honie
school and in tbe missions under its
A roll call will be held next Thurs
day at tho North Main Avenue ohurch.
The pastors in the city are expscted to
be present and deliver brief speeches
Rev. R. S. Jones and Rev. D. Jones
will exchange pulpits tomorrow morn
ing. The week of prayer has been ob
served In the Congregational churches
of the city during the week.
The decision of Rev. D. P. Jones to
leave the city to accept the call of the
church of Columbus, Ohio, was re
ceived with regret by his church and
friends. Mr. Jones lias been in Scran
ton for nearly seven years. During his
time a beautiful church edifice has been
erected at a cost of $18,000. During
his time $18,000 has been paid. He has
labored hard dnring these years, and
notwithstanding many removals and
deaths, the church has held its own.
He will close his ministry in this city
four weeks tomorrow.
Rev. E. R Lewis will preach in the
Welsh church, of Pittston, tomorrow.
Last Sunday he baptized the youngest
son of Rev. D. M. George iu the same
Rev. J. G. Evans, formerly pastor at
Plymouth, has been appointed for
three months general missionary of
tbi i state.
Rev. C C. Creegan, D. D.. and W.
A. Duncan, LL. D. , are contemplating
a tour through the churches of this
valley about the latter part of the
At the annual meeting of the Puri
tan church, held last Thursday even
ing, the following officers were elected:
Secretary, Miss Maggie Thomas: finan.
cial secretary, T. G. Gwyune; treas
urer, T. Fonlkes; trustees, Armit
Thomas' T. R. Watkius and T. G.
Gwynno; deacons, J. II Phillips and
T. J Richards; deaconesses, Annie
Evans and Maggie Thomas.
Next Monday evening the session of
tho Arohdeaconry of Soranton will
convene nt the St. David's church,
Jackson street. The Rt, Rev. N. S.
Rulison. D.D., assistant bishop of cen
tral Pennsylvania, will be present, and
one of the principal features will bo the
election of an archdeacon to succeed
Rev. G. C. Hall. Among the available
candidates are Rev. Henry L. Jones.
D.D., Wilkes-Barre; Rev. D-Webster
Coxe, D. D., of Nanticoke, and Rsv. E,
J. Balsley, of Carbondale. Rev. Able,
superintendent of the children's home
at Jonestown, this state, will also be
present to speak of the claims of that
The choir of the St. David's church
comprises now about twenty voices. It
has prepared special music for the arch
deaconry meetings, and a new feature
will be the addition of six vested young
ladies, who, with the vested boys, will
sing for the first time at the service to
Among the popular subjects to be
discussed in the evening session of tbe
archdeaconry next week, are the fol
lowing: "The Relation of the Ameri
can and English Cnnrches," "Address
to Children and Address to Parents and
Teachers," "The Missionary Spirit in
the Parish." The public are generally
invited to be present at these sessions,
Rev. Rogers Israel spent a few days
at Tnnkhannock during the week.
Rev. M. H. Mill has recovered from
au attaok of the grip and is again able
to attend to tbe affairs of his parish.
The annual meeting of the Christ
church, Cedar avenue, was held this
when the following officers were
elected: Elders, August Maier, Rob
ert Pit tack and George Kiddnlat;
deacons, Philip Schneider, Fred Kuhn,
George Cambart and Peter Schillat;
Martin Prieater, secretary; August
Maier, treasurer; A. Lindenlaub, col
lector. Rev. Fred Hotter opened a parochial
school on Jan. 8. The exercltea were
opened by a Soriptnre lesson and an
address to the parents. Twenty-seven
children were enrolled the lirat day.
The members Increased to thirty-five
scholars at piecent. Tbe executive
hoard is made up of the following gen
tlemen: Jaoob Tiegler, Herman Fin
ken.Philip Schneider, Angust Behrendt,
Wilbelm Wilk anil Bendict Bancbspies.
The choir of the Holy Trinty church
is busily engaged in preparing for a
sacred concert that will be given on
Feb. 22, Washington's birthday.
The Sunday aehool of the First Ger
man church elected tbe following of
fleers for 1894! Superintendent, G.
Dietcel; assistant, G. Oehler; treas
urer, H. Diemlooh; secretary, Wm
Kaufhold: librarians, O Heim-r and F.
Hausser; organist, Miss L Schlenz.
The following are the offioers elected
by the Mission Sunday school of Peters
burg. Superintendent, Wm. Schnlz;
assistant, J. L. Schroeder; secretary.
Charles Rink; treasurer, G. Strack
heitn; librarian, Charles Hartmaa;
organist. Miss H. Strackbeirn.
Rev. G Hausser, of the First Gar
man ohurch, will spend next week with
his son, Rev. G. F. Hausser, of Long
Island City, N. Y.. aiding him con
duct a aeries of revival meetings.
Last Tuesday evening about sixty
young people of the Park PUoe ohurch
assembled at the parsonage to great
Rev. J. F. Jones and wife. They re
ceived a hearty welcome end the even
ing was very joyously spent Refresh
ments were served, speeches were
m ule by some of the young people and
a present of $25 given tbe pastor. Rev.
Mr. Jones thanked them kindly for their
gratifying remembrance, praised their
work in tbe ohurch and hoped their aid
would be readily given agaiu iu future.
After prayer the band left for their
Rev. W. J. Judd, of Denver, Colo., a
gentleman well known in the churohes
of onr city, visited many of bis.friends
In town tin's woek.
The board of trustees of Hho Crdar
Avenue church will meet this evening
in the church.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Cedar
Avenne church will give an entertain
ment and social on the twenty-third
of this month. A good programme is
On next Monday evening the Sunday
school board of the Second German
church will meet to elect officers for
the ensuing year.
Next Friday evening the members of
the Simpson ohurch will hold a social
in the vestry of their ohurch. ,
Rev. W. R. Turner, pastor of the
Methodist Episcopal church of Faotory
ville, sails next Tuesday from New
York and expects to visit the Holy
Rev. J. V. Newell, of Lake Como,
was in town this week.
Rev. Augcst Langs, pastor of the
Hickory Street chureh, tooa ship at
New York last Wednesday for Ger
many. Rev. A. Weber is supplying
his pulpit until his return.
One of tbe commendable weekly
gatherings in the Hickory street
church, is the confirmation school, in
which school children are taught
catechism every Tuesday and Friday
afternoon, and prepared for confirma
tion, Those who cannot attend in the
afternoons have an opportunity on Fri
The Westminister church on the
West Side will probably be dedicated a
week tomorrow. All is ready save the
large front window, for which .they
are anxiously waiting.
The Washburn Sunday school held
their annual entertainment last even
ing. At the close of the programme
refreshments and presents were dis
tributed, A very successful week of prayer hat
been observed by the Providence
Dr. S. C. Logan and Rev. George
Guild will bold a meeting next Tues
day evening at the Slavonic church, in
Dr. S. C. Logan spent Wednesday
in Pittston, looking over the work
among the foreign population there.
The work is in charge of Rev. Thomas
Swan, and conducted by Joseph Vitale.
Services are held in the church on tbe
West Side, and the Christian Endeavor
society conducts night school for the
benefit of these people. The work is
prospering and Dr. Logan expects great
TOMORROW'S CHURCH SERVICES.
Calvary Rekoiimed CncR.cn--Corner
Monroe avenue and Gibson street, Rev. W.
H. Stubblobine, pastor. Preaching 10.30
a. m, and 7.34 p. m.
CmncH of Chhiht Scientist Spen
cer building, 510 Adams avenue. Bible
lesson at 10.30 a. m. Church services at
;.H0p.m, D. N. McKee, speaker. All are
welcome. Seats free.
Christian Church North Main avenue.
Sorvices 10.30 a. m., and7.80 p. m. Ser
mons by pastor D. M. Kinter.
St. Paul's Gkrman Church Prospect
avouuo. Services, 10.30 a. mM and 7.30
p. m. Sermons by pastor K. Riesling.
Trinity Evangelical Mission, corner
Luko and Kurtz streets Kov. J. G. Whit
mire, pastor. Services, 10:80 a. m. and
7.30 p. m.
Pbnn Avbncb Baptist CHURcn Rev.
Warren G. Partridge, pastor. Services at
10.30 a.m., "God rovealed in Nature as in
Revelation." and at .7.30 p. m. "New
Things for New Year."
Jackson Street Baptist Church
Morning theme: "Second Coming of
Christ" Evening: "The Redemptive Side
of Christianity" Services 10.80 a. m. and
6 p.m. Sunday School 2 p. m. A cordial
welcome to all. Seats free to all.
First Baptist Church Pastor Collins
will preach Sabbath at 10.30 a. m. and at 7
p. m. Morning theme. "The Coming
of tho Lord," communion following,
Evening theme, "The Holy Spirit." Soats
free. All welcome.
North Mais Avenue Baptist CHURcn
Pastor W. G. Watkins will preach at
10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.
Welsh Baptist Church West Market
street. Pastor W. F. Davis will preach at
10 a. in., and 6 p. in., communion.
First Welsh Baptist Church, South
Main avenue. Pastor W. S. Jones will
preach at 10,30 a. m, communion servloe.
Sermon at 7:30 p. m.
Hickory Street German Baptist
CHnRCH Pastor J. C. Schmitt will preach
at 10.30 a. in. ami 7.30 p. m.
Green Ridoe Baptist Church Pastor
W. J. Ford at 10.30 a. m.
Calvinistio Methodist Church Belle
vue. Pastor T. J. Morris will preach at
10 a. m. and 6 p. m.
Calvinistic Methodist CHURcn
South Main avenue. Pastor Hugh Davies
will preach ad English sermon at 10 a. ttt.
and a Welsh sermon at 6 p. in.
Calvinistic Mcthodist Cauncn -Wayne
avenue. Service 10 a. m. and 0 p. m.
Sermons by tbe pastor, W. R Edwards.
First Welsh Church South Main
avenue. Pastor D. Jones. Sermon by
Rev. R. Jones, D. D. At 6 p. m. sermon
Welsh Church West Market street.
Pastor R. S. Jones, D D. At 10 a. m.,
sermon by Rev. D. Jones. At 0 p. m.,
sermon by pastor.
Plymouth Congregational CnuRCB
Jackson street. Services 10.30 a. in. and 7
p. m. Sermons by Rev. W. Kincald, D. D.
Puritan OmTRCH Wayne avenne. Pas
tor, D. A. Evans. Services, 10.90 a, ru.,
"Holiness Essential to Worship;" at 7 p.
m., song service. Sunday school at 2 p.m.
TatiernaoYe Church South Hyde Park
avenue. Pastor, D. P. Jones. At 10.80
a. in., communion service; at C p. m., ser
mon by pastor.
Grace Cbcroh (Reforms!) Episcopal)
Wyoming avenue. Pastor, Rev. G. L.
Alrich. Services 10.30 a. ra.. "A Reason
for Our Hope," II Thes., li, 8. 7.30 p.m.,
"God in Our Homes," II Samuel vi, 11.
Young People's society at 0.30 p.m. Union
Bible class on Thursday evening at. 7.35
for lesson study.
St. David's Church Jackson street.
Rector M. H. Mill will officiate at 10.30 a.
in., holy communion and 7,30 p.m. Suu
day school at 2.30 p. m.
Saint luke's CHURcn Rev. Rogers
Israel rector. Second Sunday after the
Epi .ihany. Holy Communion, 8 a. m. Ser
vice and sermon, 10.30 a. in.;
Sunday school, 12ra.-. evening prayer,
and sermon, 7.30 p. m.: Kindergarten open
at 10 a. m , nt 325 Washington avenue,
where children will be kindly cared for
while parents attend service.
Saint Luke's Dunmore Mission -Rev.
Samuel S. Marqnts In charge.' Second
Suuday after the Epiphany. Sunday school
8 p. m.; evening prayer and sermon, 4
CnuROH of the Good Shepherd Green
Ridge street. Services at 8, 10.30, 2.30, 0.45
Holy Trinity Church (Evangelical Lu
theran) Adams avenue and Mulbrery
street. Services conducted by the pastor.
Rev. E. L. Miller, at 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p.
m. Free pews. All welcome.
Christ's German Lutheran Church
Cedar avenue. Pastor Fred Holter will
preach at 10.80 a. m. and 7.30 p. in
Zion's German Lutheran Church
Mifflin avenue. Pastor, P. F. Zizleinau.
Services at 10.30 a. in., Sunday school at 2
St. Mark's Church Washburn street,
Pastor, G. M. Scheidy. Services, 10.30 a.
in. and 7.30 p.m.
Elm Park Methodist Episcopal
Church W. H. Pearce, pastor. Morning
service at 10.80; subject, "Foundation
Truth;" evening service at 7.3U; subject,
"Hard Pushed, but. a Conqueror." Sunday
school at 2 o'clock. Epwoith league at 6.30
Simpson Methodist Episcopal Church
Preaching by the pastor, Rev. L. C
Floyd. Morning topic, "The Churoh the
Pillar and Ground of tha Truth:" evening,
'Wandering Stars." Epworth and Junior
leagues at 0 p.m.
Green Ridge Methodist Episcopal
Church Pastor George A. Cure will
preach at 10.30 a. m., and 7.30 p. m.
Park Place Methodist Episcopal
Church Pastor J. F. Jones will preach
at 10.30 a. in.. " I'l' Indwelling Gospel;''
7.30 p. m., "A Bible Business Life."
Providence Methodist Episcopal
Church North Main avenue. Services
10.30 a. m. and conseoration 7 80 p. m.
Sermon, "Subduing Power of the Gjspel,"
by pastor, M. D. Fuller.
Hampton Street Methodist Episcopal
Church. Pastor A. W. Cooper will preach
at lG.30a. m. and 7 p. m. Epworth league
at 6 p. m.
First German Methodist Episcopal
CnuRcn Adams avenue. Pastor G. Uau
ser will preach at 10.30 a. m., "The Second
Comiug of Christ;" 7.80 p. m., "How to
Hear God's Word.' '
Second Methodist Episcopal German
Church Prospect avenue. Pastor G. Suter
will preach at 10.30 a.m. and 7.80 p.m.
Cedar Avenue Methodist Episcopal
Church Pastor E L. Sautee will preach
at 10.80 a.m., "God's Providential Care;"
7.80 p. ra.. "God's Highway." Sunday
school at 2 p.m. Epworth league 0.45 p.m.
First Presbyterian CuuRcn Services
10.30 a. m. aud 7.30 p. in. Preaching by
the pastor, Dr. James McLeod, Sunday
school, 12.15 rioon; Young People's So
ciety of Christian Endeavor, 6.30 p.m.;
church prayer meeting Wednesday even
ing at 7.45.
Washburn Street Presbyterian
Church-Pastor, D. W. Skelleuger. Ser
vices 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 j. in.
Providence Presbyterian Church
North Main avenue. Pastor George Guild
will celebrate communion and receive new
membtrs at 10.30 a. m. Sermon at 7.80 p.m.
The Second Presbyterian CmubcR
Rev. Charles E. Roblmon, D. D., pastor:
Services at 10.30 a. m. aud 7.30 p. m. The
reception of new members and the sacra
ment of the Lord's supper in the morning.
The pastor will preach iu the evening on
"Calling Things by Their Proper Nsmes."
There will bea preliminary service of song
in tbe evening. A cordial invitation is
extended to all, for all services.
Washburn Street Presbyterian
Church Preaching 10:30 a. m., and 7:30
p. m. Bible School and Christian Endeav
or as usual. Topic of evening sermon
"Sunshine and Shadow." Welcome to all.
Hickory Street German Church Act
ing pastor, A. Weber. Services 10;80 a. m.,
Rom. 1:16-25. 7;80 p. m.
Dunmore Presbyterian Church Spec
ial services will be held tomorrow by Rev.
Ralph Glllam at 10:30, 3:30 aud 7B0. Mr.
Hill, ,in will continue his service! during
Westminster Church Price street.
Pastor K. G. Jones will preach at 10:80 a.
m. and 7 p. m.
Christian Church, Peovidence Ser
vices morning and evening. Preaching by
the pastor. Subject In the morning,
"Christ a Rock or Offouco," Rom. iz, S3.
Evening subject, "The Apostle of the
Father." Iteh ill 1.2 Tha nrnplrliurman
specially requested to be present to hear
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Anheuaer fiusoh Beer. "
J.ctiis Lehman's, 325 BpruceSt,
IUU don'tknow it,
but it is a fact. We
have the largest line
of medium priced
DINNER, TEA AND
in the city. We sell
no goods but what
CHINA I HALL
WEICHEL k MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
AH those who ore seeking useful
and serviceable SLIPPERS should
avail theuiselvt's immediately of
ther bargains uow on sale iu
Mon's I' i i Slipper I
Men's Alligator Slipper.
Men's Russia Calf "
Men's Russet Ooat "
Men's Kangaroo "
Hen's Velvet Op'ra"
Men's " " "
3.00; formerly S2.50
a.aa; formerly 3.00
l.oO; formerly 2.25
1.80; formerly 2.00
1.80; formerly 2.U0
l.OO; formerly 1.5U
.80; formorly 1.00
Also, a variety of Fnuey and
Colored Slippers, in all shapeB and
styles, at iigures far below market
Arcade Shoe Store.
WYOMING A li
Prices on goods in our windows will
tell the tale of first-class bargains at
merely nominal prices.
TWICE PAY YOU
TO LOOK THEM OVER
Martin & IDelany,
Coal Exchange Building. 132 Wyoming Ave.
Tic COLUMBUS MUSIC HOUSE
Is the most popular musical establishment in Northeastern Penn
sylvan ia. The highest grade of Pianos and Organs. The
lowest prices obtainable anywhere and the most liberal
terms ever offered to purchasers are some of the
leading inducements. Look at the list
Vose& Sons' Pianos,
Popular Pease Pianos.
THE WORLD RENOWNED
E stey Organs,
Story & Clark Organs,
Chicago Cottage Organs,
And all kinds of Musical Merchandise
constantly on band.
P ? Holidays are hero, and this is tho place to huy Pianos for a Christmas
a ,?Se?i C8e are lowor tha" an other music 8tor Scranton. Special
Attention-Remember always when you start out to search for a Piano or Or.
ristopher Columbus points with his right'hand to the exact plaoa
you want to go. Nowhere it la:
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F YOU do, now is the time to buy one,
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Because we are going to sell every one
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THE CLOTHIERS FOR THE PEOPLE,
220 Lackawanna Ave.
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