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THE fcCHAKTtXN TliliiUNE FRIDAY MORNING. AlJiUL 6. 1804.
A Foe to Dyspepsia
And always have
MANUFACTl'KED AND FOB
THE TUADE UY
The Weston III Co,
Daniel Scotten's Polka Dot
20c. lb. Wholesale,
GARNEY, BROWN & CO.
537 LINDEN STREET.
DR. H. B. WARE
EYE. EAR, NOSE AJN'D THROAT.
2.80 To &.SD if.it
135 WYOMING AVE.
( lark Grant, of Athens, was yesterday
Hnwman t ortrniht, of Shicksluunv, was
in Seranton yesterday.
E. Y. Harrison, nf Town Line, Pa ,
ited the city yesterday.
Mr. 8ml Mrs. George C. Adams, of One
onta, N. Y., an1 at the Wyoming.
R. W. liorhek, of Bethlehem, was en
Hi Trl lici t) yesterday on bu-iues.
H. V Baccn and James Cool, ot Wilkes
Btio, were in Scrnntou yesterday.
0, Mi Fattf rson and D.J. Duncan, of
i MTondnle, visited Cne City yesterday.
John F. lfeCorntiek, of Lock Haven,
.iide k business trip to Seranton yester
day. Dr. R. J, Seymour and Dr Z. M. R. Pol
Ion, ot PhitndVlpbia,are guests Dr. Knlton,
L D. Barclay aud Miss Marijarette I'en-
sur will be married TuestMy evening April
I". nt S.-Uin ti:t ii-eii lodge i'r livtenan
vl.urotl by the ReV. N. F S:nld It will
be tho first wedding iu the ntwoboreb
Attorney A. H. McCollntn, o;' Montrow
n gentleman who ban attained a iiijiii rank
in bin profession, ivjh in the city vester-
day. fie is a brother of Justice J. 11. Mc
Coilomol tbe supreme court of I'euujyl
The following Scrantonians attended tbe
Bachelor dance atLoomis hall, Wilkee-
Blirre, Wednesday night: Senator and
.Mrs. M. E. McDonald. Dr. and Mrs. John
Burnett, Air. and Mrs. B. E. Leonard, Miss
Elisabeth Leonard, alia Katbryno Hart,
Mil Jennie Clark, Mi- Mama Nallin, Miss
Lacy (.'a: roll, Qeorge Clarke and John
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
J. Oeoige Kehr, collector of taxes of Old
Forge township, filed bis build With the
court yesterday and had it continued. It
i in the sum of 188,000 and bad tbe fol
loaiug sureties; Cbarlet Kiddle, Mrs. 8a
bioa Kebr, Moot Ace, William Riddle,
Casper Trotifer, James H. Jones and
George E. Wade.
I bn McQinty yesterday obtained a writ
of reldi-vin, through Attorney Joseph
O'Brien, to iecovcr MO worth of hou-ehold
furniture leiied at th instance of Patrick
Jordan by Constable J. L. Roesler.
Exceptions to tbe report of viewers In
the matter of grading of Delaware street
were yesterday withdrawn by I. H. Barns,
attorney for J. S. Miller.
Arbitrator Fred Stark, Walter Briggs
af. 'eor ;e L. Peck gave an award vester
day of fcilfl 2li in fnvor of the plaintiff Ic
the ca-e of M. O. Webster ngainst Frank
John Davis has filed bis declaration in an
actii n against, the Peoples' Street Railway
company. Mr. Davis' wife, Jemima Da
vis, w injured on September 18, 1883, by
tamping Irom one of the comoany'H cats.
Mr. Davis auks ?.'i,(i(K) as damages for the
loss of bis wile's services and for money ho
was compelled to expend for medical as
sistance. Court was unable yosferday to listen to
arguments in the injunction case of the
Lackawanna Valley Street Railway com
pany against the Carbondale and Forest
(Jity Railway company, and it wascontm
ued until Monday.
Clerk of tho Courts Thomas yesterday
granted a marriage bonne to Frederick J .
LoWrey aud Jessie Mainwaring, of Car
bondnle. A. U. Keifer, collector of state and coun
ty taxes in the Thirteenth ward for the
year 1M13, settled his duplicate yesterday
with the county commissioners.
Music Boxes Exclusively.
Best made. Play any desired numbor of
tunes. Oautschi & Sons., manufacturers,
1030 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won
derful orrhestrial organs, only f5 and 81U.
Specialty: Old music boxes carefully re
paired and improved with new tunes.
Solid Vestibule Trains.
On Sunday, April 1, the Lehigh Valley
Railroad company Inaugurated solid vest
hule train service between New York.
Philadelphia and Chicago over its line, iu
connection with the Uraud Trunk and Chi
cago and Grand Trunk railways, on trains
No. 8 iud No. 'i leaving Wilkes Bane,
.veituonnl, '.1.05 p. m.; Pittslou, 11.18 p.
in.. 3lly; arriving iu Chicago next day at
!'.1C p. in., ,)i ieavintc Clncago at 3.10 p.
m,, arriving t Pittston next day at 4.15
M at., A'Ukee '.larre, 4 ,80 p. :n., and New
7ork at 9.18 p. 111.. Philadelphia at 8.54
. m., f iontaj rta Niagara Falls aud tho
: .inoue fll Clair tunnel.
The (iiilpinnt of those trains contains
mi ihu .nVtiHt ppliancos for the comfort
Uld luoTnnWhoe. the cars being heated by
(urn ur.l lighted by the Pintscb gas sys
tem itirov.irnout. Jiuing cars are attached
-ooTniiit lutervnln, conducted on tho
:nropuu plnn, thus ensbliug passengers
to get wbat they want and pay only for
ht the? '-at. The cuisine uud service
Only anthracite coal will bo used on the
l-.ooim.ti v..., insuring tho passengers
tln.t the anuuyance of smoke and dust,
i'ioi. giving to the traveler, whether ou
1 ruins.. pleasure, one of the most inter
esting nad comfortable trips botween the
PsaMugers from Soranton can reach
tse t.-alns tIh Delaware, Lackawanna
md Western to Lackawanna aud Blooms
liOrg Junction, or Delaware and Hudson
Canal company to Wilkes-Unrre. Full
particulars by addressing Lehigh Valley
Railroad office, 30V Lackawanna avenue,
NEWS FR01 WEST SIDE TRYING CLAYTON CASE NOTES Or SOUTH Si
Domestic Trouble ol Mr. aud Mrs. James U.
Casey, ol Fourteenth Street.
TRIED TO KILL HER HUSBAND
That Is tho Charge Made Aeainst
Mrs. Casey-Social of the Mar
quette Club a Success Funeral of
Mrs. Kate Hester Entertainment
of Simpson Chapter Mrs. Henry
Ferber's Welsh Tea.
The West Side office of the Sx'RANTO.n
'1 RIBONI is located at 1040 Jackson street,
where subscriptions, advertisements and
communication! Will receive prompt at
tention. James H.Casey.of Fourteenth stret
appeared before Alderman T. T Mor
gan, of the Fifteenth ward, on Wednes
day evening, with his face besmeared
with blond, the result rf a ijuarrel with
his wife, Sirs, Anni Oaey. His mis
sion was to swear out a warrant for
her arrest, and he told a tale of woe
and misery to the aldrrman. He stated
that his wife, who is an irritable wo
man, assaulted him with intent to kill
by striking him a heavy blow on the
head with ft.b&tr glass. While in the
heat of anger she let drive with a flit
iron, which struck her lord and master
a blow which felled him to the ground,
where he lay unconicious for some
time. The warrant was issiifd and
Mrs. Casey brought into court to an
swer a charge of assault with intent to
kill. She was bound over for her an
pearanee nt court in the sum of ij(300
Mr. Casey is a cripple, and was bat re
cently released from tho connty jail
for selling liquor without a license.
He served 11 term of threo months,
A Sel.c. Social.
The social givn by the Marquette
club at St. David's hall last nt:;ht was
one of the most pleasant and select af
fairs ever given 011 this side. The room
was most beautifully decorated with
large flags, aud bunting was gracefully
draped from the ceiling. Dancing was
indulged in for many hoars to music
by Prof. Johnson, About seventy-five
oouple were present. The personuel of
the club is as follows: President, Rob
ert Cooper-, vice-president, Toiu Beels;
secretary, George Griffiths; treasurer,
Harry Reinhart, and George Schoen,
Edward Meredith, Will Griffiths,
Charles Mansfield, John Wlttllng,
Alvin W. Beers. Misses Maggie Lvis
and Ida Phillips, of the North En. I,
were among the gunsts.
Mrs'. Heater Buriort
The funeral of Mrs. Ellen Hester, of
Jackson street, occurred yesterday
morning at 9 30 o'clock at St. Patrick's
church. Rev. Father McNally cele
brated a high mass of requiem, which
was very largely attended. Many
flower offerings of beautiful design
were presented by her fri "rids and rel
atives. Interment was nude in the
Hyde Park Catholic aemetery. The
pail bearers were P. F. Duffy, Peter
McCann, Anthony Toohill, Hugh
Larkin. Mieliaul Fadden aud John Too
EutTtairment Last Evnlnir.
Simpson chapter. Epworth league,
of the Simpson Methodist Episcopd
church, held another of their pleasant
entertainments followed by a soeial
last evening. The following progamnie
Piano Solo Miss Annie Williams
Ri-citatiou Wallace Moser
Contralto Solo Mrs. Charles Meizgar
Recitation Miss Emily Evans
Recitation Miss Maggie Price
Duet, Buujo and Guitar,
Worden and Barclay
Recitation o-car Paine
Bass Solo John Jones
Recitation Miss George Kittle
Duet, Cornet and Trombone,
T. H. Miles and A. M. F.lrod
Duet Jones and Davis
The Ntwt Condon .. .!
A reception and entertainment under
the auspices of the Ancient Order of
l'i resters of America will be given ou
Monday evening next, in Mnsio ball.
The programme, which will be well se
lected, will boas follows- I'lnno selec
tion, Daniel Protheroe, Mns. Bao, .
solo, "Only for One," Miss Lydia Sailer ,
solo, "The Skipper," LI"W Herbert; re
citation, Miss Cora Griftta 1 duet, "Ex
oaliior, Edwin Bowen and Richard
Thomas; lectnro, Grand Chief Ranger
Thomas Brooks, of Philadelphia, solo,
Mrs. M. Boston Williams; solo, "Tell
Me My Heart," Edwin liowen ; recita
tion, Miss Cora Griffin; closing selec
tion, quartette consisting of Miss Lydia
Sailer, Mrs. M. J. Boston Williams,
Edwin Bowen nnd Richard Thomas
Tim LATEST STYLES,
On Saturday we will open a new
stock of dress goods, including the
latest novelties in foreign and doinstic
goods. Mkaus & Haokn.
Mrs Henry Ketber, of South Main
avenue, gave a Welsh tea at her home
last evening. Mrs. Ferher is a mom-b-r
of the Ladies' Aid society, which
organization bas pledged a certain sum
of money toward liquidating the
church debt. A largo number was in
attendance and a neat sum realised.
The evening was one of enjoyment anil
a good time had, while the good still
The Druid Glee society has been or
ganized under the leadership of Lewis
Watkine for competition at Willtes
Barre. The officers are: President,
John Kelly; vice-preiident, John T.
Davies; secretary, Theophilus Bowen;
treasurer, Thomas D. Thomas ; organ
ist. Miss Norma William.
Mrs. Henry Taylor, of Pittsburg, is
the guest of friends on this side.
SILVER GIVEN AWAY.
On Saturday we will give a sterling
silver hat pin to every customer buying
$1 worth of goods. Ste our show win
dow. MiCAits iV IIaoi-n
I TRIBUNE BOOK COUPON. I
ui it 01 mean 1 imji'o:,s, pre
sented a-tThs Tribune Oltloe, cor
ner renii avenue nod Spruce street,
entitles tbe holder lo all tl.t. priv
ileges of tho unparalleled oilers
for distributing popular book
among ottf renders. 'I I10 offers 111 lido
by 1 in- Tribuuo management are
Kt CENTS nnd Tour CHiHn for
any volutins In tbl Colninlm S
in,. Ovur 100 Mtlei to (teloct fiom.
75 nu! Tour Coupon! for n 10
volnnto sot of DIckonN Cuiuplrtu
w or kit.
:n CKNTS and Four Coupons for
any book iu Hit- Uu-hv Scrlos.
'45 CKNTS ami Four Coupon
any book in tho Oxford Serli-g.
Cloiiog Testimony Was Heard Before Court
Adjourned for the Day.
MOTION MADE FOR A NON-SUIT
It Will Be Renewed in Court This
Morning Hearing Testimony Be
fore Judge Edwards in One of the
Trespass Cases Against the Cen
tral Company Verdicts in the
Anglemoycr and Other Cases.
At 1 1 o'clock yesterday morning the
plaintiff retted in the trespass suit of
Mrs. Estella Clayton aguialt Hill
and Connell. Major Warren, tho at
torney for the defendants, asked for a
non-suit, but Judge McPhersou decided
to hear all of tho testimony in the cast
b-dore passing ou the question. He
directed the defense to proceed with
its case with the privilege of renewing
its motion for a non suit when all the
testimony was heard.
Iho defense closed just Ixfore court
adjournvd and the motion for the nou
suit will he made this morning. The
testimony of the defense was to tbe ef
fect that if Mrs. Clayton had used
ordinary oare the acci.Iout would not
Before J 11 !ge Edwards tho caso of C.
it. I Illinois against it. T. Post was
tried. Post employed Thomas to drive
his team, and for two months' labor
paid him $27. Thomas claimed $70 and
sued to recover tho balance due. The
defense was that Tlmmas made an
icreeuiHiit with Post to work ou shares
and in aceordanee with that agreement
was all ho was entitled to. the
inry retuttitu a verdict in favor of toe
SUIT AGAINST JERSEY CENTRAL .
The aetion for damages of Patrick
Kearney against the Central Railroad
of New Jersey was next put on trial
It is claimed by tho plaintiff, who owns
a property on the bank of the Lacka
wanna river, which property has 1
frontage on Water street, that th de
feudant company obstructed the chan
nel of the river, causing the water to
back up during freshets and overfliw
his land. It was inundated in Decern
her, 1888, and February, 1891, and
portion of his land washed awav. For
this he wants damages. Mr. Kearney
is represented by Attorney A A. Chase
Senator M. E. McDonald and Attorney
Joseph O Brien. and the defense by At
torney E N. W illard. Witnesses for
th" plaintiff were being hoard when
conrt adjourned for tho day.
After being on trial two days before
Judge Archbald, the case of David An
glemoyer against the Third National
Bank, garnishee, for W. H Reinhart,
was given to the jury nt 8.80 yesterday
altomoon. An hour later the jnry re
turned a verdict to the eit'-ict that at
the tim3 the attachment execution was
served, there was S'Jn US deposited to
the credit of W. EL R-inhart in the
Third National bank. The verdict is a
victory tor the plaintiff.
SUIT ABOUT INSURANCE.
At 8.45 the suit of John Brannen
executor of tho estato of Margaret
Brannen against the Prudential Life
Insurance company or Aiu inoa was
callod for trial.
Col. F. L. Hitchncck appeared for
til - plai:itilt and riuisiamier and OS
burg for the dofense. The plaintiff
sues to recover on life insurance
policies for ol)0 and $loJ resD'ct
ively on the life of Mrs. Mar-
caret Brannon, who died at Miuoo
in 1891) Hie company refused to pay
the policies on the ground tnat tuos
who held them had no insurable inter
est in Mrs. Braunen, Hie trial of the
cane will b resumed this morning.
A verdict was returned in the case
of Enns Flynn agaiust Patrick Moran
fi r $158 34, in favor of the defendant
l'i Hie case 01 v. n l'iick agains
William Haoley, Mr. Cjuick obtained
verdict for 130 19
Councilmen Finn and Morris, of the
Second ward, are going to use their
lest endeavors to have 11 igstone walks
laid along North Main iivenui from
Court street, Park place, to Providence
The funjral of John Jerrayu, who
was killwd on the railroad near Fac
toryville, will take place today. In
terment will be in Washburn street
The Ladies Aid society of the Provi
dence Methodist Episcopal church will
bold an entertainment and "Dollar
Hanking Social" in the church parlors
this evening under the direction of Mrs
William Bright. The "Dollar Banking
fcocial" is a new and very novel idea,
ind a great surprise is in store for all
those who are present. A small nd -mission
fee of ten ceuts will be
EVENING OF AESTHETICS.
Miss Tdl:e , w h and Her Pupils Olvt
Last evening Miss Xi Ilia Lewis, as
sisted by her pupils, gave a very pleas
ing entertainment before a ftiir siz-d
audience iu the Young Mon's Christian
"Tho Sewing School for Scandal"
was very cleverly presented by a num
ber of young ladies and gentlemen.
Miss Bertha Morrit recited "Grandma
nt the Masquerade," and was heartily
applauded. Miss Etta Green received
an encore for the line rendition she gave
of n scone from "Lenla the Forsaken."
Miss Lewis charmed the nu Hence by
her graceful postngS, hut owing to the
serious illness of her brother she was
not iu good spirits and the inonolgne.
"When Jack Comes Late," was omitted
from the programme.
Zuifl ih Taken ti Hi. Home.
Arnold Znrflnb, who last, week bad his
leg crushed on the railroad tracks below
the Dickson works, was yesterday taken
from the Lackawanna hospital to his res
ideuce, 887 Adams avenue. Tho limb was
amputated below tho knee1, and Mr. Zur-
tluh is convalescing.
The 6 Brot
aro leaders In low prices aud good shoos.
Lndios' Rszji- Toe Mluch.r.tts
In Russia and DOOgoJa, nt the Cotnmoh
weaitb Shoo Store, Wnslimgton avenue.
Prevention is bottor than cure, and you
may prevent ihat tired feeling by taking
Hood's Sarsnparilln, whteb will keep your
blood pure and free from acid talut and
germs of disease.
gripe, but act
do not purge, psln or
promptly, easily and
MILLETT In Seranton, April 5, 1S'.I4,
Mrs. Mnry Millott, widow of the late
Daniel Millott, aged 57 years. Funeral
Saturday moruiug from tho residence,
510 Third street, Bellevue. A solemn
muss of requiem will be celebrated in
St. Peter's cathedral. Burial in tbe
Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
Saloon Partners Quarrel Over tbe Distribution
of tbe Profits.
OES UNDER SHERIFFS' HARRIER
Honcyager and Gillespie Could Not
Agree on a Pro Rata Division of
Spoils Harry Swartz Becomes
Foreman at South Works An In
famous Gang in the Twentieth
Ward Personal Mention.
Tbe saloon on upper Lackawanna
avenue lately conducted bv Coarles
Honevnger and Anthony Gillespie was
closed by the sheriff's la.t Wednesday.
Before entering the liquor business
Honeyager was a street car conductor
and quite popular. Gillespie was a
null hand, also of good standing. Their
respeotlVS parents furnished the capi
tal with wuich they embarked in busi
ness, anu trade saouiea to llow 10 tneir
hostelry from the beginning. The an
nouncement of the closing nf their
pllice, upon exi-eiilions ismied by Mrs
lionevager uud the semor Uillespie,
came like a thunderbolt from a sum
mer sky. Tne inside history of the
troublo bas it that bickerings arose be
tween the partners in the division of
profits, and finally the only reBort was
Cbanget at tbe South Works.
John Heffron, for many years a fore
man nt the South works of the Laeka
wanna Iron and Steel company, re
signed his position this week and
Opened a hotel on Lackawanna avenue.
Mr. Heffron was lately a steel blower,
aud Michael P. Shallow, one of the
most experitneud steel blowers in the
country, who assisted Superintendout
Edward 11 Lyr.de, was put iu his
place, ilenry Swartz, of the North
works, supersedes Mr. Shallow. Since
the starting of the south works on the
double turn tbe mill has been oporatcd
on full time, with the assnrance that it
will continue so for a long periol to
Subject Matter for the Police.
Au aggregation of case-hardened
men nnd women whose names decorate
the top roster of police annals, Cyclone
Kate, Mrs. Montgomery, Mrs. Weiss,
Tom Boylan, Jack Montgomery, and
fete "the .Nigger, are honssd in a
dilapidated tenement in the upper part
of tbe Twentieth ward. Without any
visible means of support they exist, and
even seem to be always able to get
large supplied of intoxicants. After
becoming bvastly drunk they torment
the neighbors, and the police have bjeu
notified time and again ; but no cogniz
ance appears to be takeu of their
District Engineer Schwast,
III atiother column will be seen the
see unit of the appointment of Louis
Schwasa, as district engineer ot the
Fourth district of the Scrantou Fire
department. His name was sent to
councils hv Mayor Counell last night.
The Triiiuse claims all the credit, in
asmuch as his name was first put forth
for the position in these columns.
Mayor Connell bus made a wise choice,
and one that will give general satisfac
James V. Pnrcell, of New York, is
visiting his cousin, P. J. Kelley, of
Thomas Flood, a Truth carrier, was
bitten by a dog at Cedar avenue and
Elm slreet yesterday. Dr. Walsh at tended
him and left him resting easily.
Miss Ssdie Murray, of Crown avenue,
is visiting in Arehbald.
SILVER OIVEN AWAY.
On Saturday we will give a sterling
silver list pin to every customer buying
$1 worth of goods. Sea our show wiu-
low, MBAR8 OS Haoen,
Richard J. Grimes returned yester
day afternoon from Nebraska, where
ho spent a throe weeks' visit with his
uncle. Mr. Grimes is known from one
end of the county to tho other, and be
has a faculty of relating experiences
and everyday happenings that comi to
his notius tht is really side-splitting.
Dick, as be is familiarly called, will
make it pleasaut for everybody in dis
scriliing what he saw while uway.
Georgo Beamish, of Pittston avenno,
will assume the management of Martin
McDouougb's saloon in Minooka, uext
week. The lease ruus for five yeiirs.
Walter Shorten, of Miuooka, has
added a very fine coach to his staid, -1.
which he purchased at a eost of (1, 100.
C. T. Boland's residence, at Pittston
avenue and Locust street, from the re
cent improvements thereon, is perhaps
the finest on the Sauth Side. The
porch, just finished, cost about $700.
THE LATEST STYLUS,
On Saturday we will open a new
stock of dress goods, including the
latest novelties in foreign and domestic
goods. Mears & Haoen.
fcrnntor.'s IlualnetB Interests.
1 he I mm'NK will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list, of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Seranton
nod vicinity. 1 lie edition will be bound
iu book form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure views of our public build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
wnh portraits of leading citizens. No
similar work has ever givn an eoual rep
resentation of Scrantou's many indud-
tiies. It will beau invaluable exposition
of our business resources. , Sent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers and be an niiequall-d
advertisement of the city. Tho circu
lation is mi a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well as the city
at large. Kepresuutntives of lllK 1 HIKLNK
will call upon thohk whosk names
are desikkii hi this edition and explain
its nature more lull v
Those desiring views of thoir residences
in tbis edition will please 1 ave notice at
205 Lackawanna Ave.
THE PICTURE IS CELEBRATED.
A Work That It Attraotlas Attention at
Myei't Art Store.
The handsome engravings in the
show window of Fred L. Meyer, art
dealer, nt Spruce street, attracted much
attention yesterday afternoon. Ibe
chief feature of attraction was a copy
of Hovou Jen's celebrated painting.
'Breaking Home Ties." The title suf
ficiently explains the subject. The
scene is one with which most families
are familiar, whose sons have gone
out to seek their fortunes in the world,
and the sentiment expressed in the
work has doubtless secured tor the pic
ture its phenomenal popularity and
Beadleiton ft Woarz't and Ballantlnn'a
Ales are tbe beet. B. J. Wauiu, agent, US
Art for the masses.
One Dime and
60 where they have
the best selection.
RICH CUT CLASS,
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
l iu yon nutit, iisii, rnl a
Is lutend to? Do you want tine Pocket
Cutlery, a Razor, or any of the numer
ous articles sportsmen and sporting
men use'.' If so, on and after APRIL,
A. W. JURIS CH
Will he prepared to lurnish some at
reasonable prices at his store,
435 Spruce Street
Remember, everything new; 'stock
just bought; no old stock to dispose of.
t all and ex ouine and you will s ive
time and money.
have a larrre
PLAIN AND FANCY CAKES,
ICE CREAM and WATER ICES
Leave your order at
227 WASHINGTON AVE,,
or 4 13 LACK A. AVE.
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant open until mid
r I j. -jsr o js
rc it PrUOQt tlie Mnt Popular nnd Prtnrrtd by
Leading A nuts
Warorooms : Opposilo Columbus Monument,
205 Washington Av. Seranton. Pa.
Of the wonderful popularity f our KOCH-
KHTKll BICYCLB lan't hard to Bad, Call
iiml see it ami it win explain ltaif. Out
Other lines am equally u popular 1 llivlr
Florey & Holt
222 WYOMING AVE.
OUR "BELL" CUTAWAY AND SACK
COATS ARE CUT EXTRA LONG.
FAT MEN'S SUITS IN LARGE VARIETIES.
Martin & Delany
Collins & Hackett
220 LACKAWANNA AVENUE,
Hats and Rlne Furnishing Goods.
Cloak Makers and Furriers.
Three of Our
The New English Jacket, Full
Sleeve, Large Reveres, Full Buck,
Tan, Navy. Segar Brown, Mixed
Brown and Grey. A very stylish
Jacket. Fit and shape perfeot,
SFF THIS NUMBER.
We will give you a choice of lour
styles of Jackets, Clay, Twill or
Covet Cloth. For dress or street
wear there are none bottor.
Kill Two Birds.
If you want toCOtnbins comfort with
elevanoe, li-ok at BCHANK'i SPRING
BTOCK of BHOE8. There's the KM-
PHK for instance. VVliut's neater
iu iiisut or black! The lady that
wears it looks like n My. And looking
that tray, the Chances are she'll act
like one Good clothes and good shoos
make good deeds easy and natural.
The Dude Is Dead
Young men have ceased to be liowlini,'
swells They oan'l afford it these
iioor times. That's partly why so
many qnlstly dressed young men
about town buy their Spring Footwear
at Pchank'S They know he denls only
iu the very latest ami best. They know
lits stoik is liu i;e. but never loud. And
they know his I kicks auk DOWN
TO BIT THB TIMB&
This Means You
Uy the way, why not look at Bobank
KI.EflANT Ni:w SPUING ami
BVatatKH DKBIGNtf There's no
charge for tookluB) When you buy
you pay. The chances aro you'll buy.
Arcade Shoe Store.
The Great Marvel of Dental Science
A recent discovery ami the sole
Henwood k Wardell,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
WHAT J. il SB A MO N 8 9 AYS ABOUT
IRS II FN WOOD - U AKDELL:
After having V6B Mi extracted at
one Hltt lug ly the puttiletm method, I pro
iiounot It au lively ftHliNlKeturv Iu overy
imrtlcuhtr. J. U. SUAMONS
Cloak Makers and Furriers,
Court House Square.
HOW LIKE A
MAN HE FEELS
r AST YEAB he had saved 8300.
He bought a house worth (1850
paid (300 down, gave a inert
gage for $1,550. Today he esti
mates as follows:
Rent saved f two)
Intercut on nioi lcaire.
Taxes nnd repairs
Net saving on reut..,.
Bayed on Hilary
To apply ou mortgage.
. at so us a
REFLECTION MIn FOLK an that
house will U free from debt ititd 1 nhal
have a home ol my own."
GREEN RIDGE is tho pmndliw fotf
homes. Finn Boat have recently fin
IhImmI a beantifttl villa, nrhleh they ott'ei,
ou aaiji paynieuts, at 91830.
Call t tlielrofiioe. between WnhinKton
and Adams on Olive hit-cut.
EZRA FINN & SONS.
The GENUINE New Haven
New York Warerooms No. SO
E. C. BICKER & CO.,
Bolt dealers iu this section.
OFFICE-1&8 ADAMS AVE.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Kpoclallat on the Eye. Hoadaohe unit
Nervousuoss relieved. Latest and Improved
Stylo ot Bye OUssiw mid Speetacloa at the
Lowest 1'rtc.tis. Best ArtiUolal Eyes inserted
SOS SPRUCE ST., op. Old Poat Office.