The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, August 06, 1894, Page 3, Image 3

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    T1IE SCTIAKTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING.." AUGUST G, 1894.
3
STELLE
134 Wyoming Aye.
We will show you what
you want.
GOOD BUS AD
-USE THE
And always have
Good Bread.
MANUFACTURED AXD FOB BALE TO
THE TRADE BY
The Weston MID Co
EEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS J
THE KFMUWE POPULAR
Punch Cigars
HAVE THE IW'TIVS
G. B. Sc Co.,
Itriprln''"' en Frth Rlnsf.
Carney, Brown & Co. EffiVa.
ti l l.l liol.-., iUAi.K.
Dr. H. B. WARE
PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT
406 Spruce Street.
I!
OfiL'e Hours
to 11.30.
TO 5.
To the Republican Party of Lacka
wanna County:
I hereby announce that I Will be a
candidate for the office of recorder of
deeds of Lackawanna county before
the next Republican convention.
H. L. HALSTEAD.
PERSONAL.
Frank Ford, nirj'.it clerk at the Valley
Ilou.e, uas returned from his vacation.
Paniel Hopkins and daughter, Mary,
and Jlrs. John Joiip-t, all of liollevue, will
Bail for Wales on Wednesday morning.
John E. Williams, of Bellevue, has re
turned from Wales, where ho has bean en
Joying himself for the piv-t three months.
Fred Brown, Arch Courtright, Al Fish,
Will Lynch, of Clark's Summit, huva beau
spending a few days camping at Lake
Sheridan.
Mrs. Fonto, Mr. Biyd, Jlias Lola Perry,
of New York; Alias Leonora Perry, Miss
Winnie bVston, Mrs. perry and danguter
Myrtle, of Scranton, and Daisy, Lillian
mm Boyd Perry made up n haypy picnic
party at Hanover park Friday afternoon.
Wilkes-Barre Times.
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE
Under this heading short letters of Internet
will be published when eceotnpanied, for pub
lieution, by the writer's nainu. Tun'f kiiil'NB
will not ho held rcsiionsiblo tor opinion hure
expressed.
Vr. i.rdrw- Ktatemont.
Editor of The Tiithune:
Lkaii Kir. Having seen in your Satur
day issue an article referring to the .Voody
tent campaign iu which it was stated that
there had been misrepresentation made,
I would ask you to give space iu your val
uable paper to the following correction.
When eorropondence was first had with
Mr. Moody in refrnrd to comiug to thu
Wyoming and Lackawanna valleys he
made, the following proposition: That if
the churches would unite and purchase a
tent heating from 2, (WO to 3,000 persons, ho
woul come and conduct an evangelistic
campaign through the months of June,
July, August nud (September. Itev. Mr.
Swan, ot Pittstou, secured estimates as to
the cost of the outfit ana laid the matter
before the pasters of Kcranton, 1'ittston
and Wllltes-Hmro, stating that it would
be necessary to raise $3,000 to pay for the
outfit with, and that Mr. Moody thought
that the meetings would pay their own
way after being started. The pastors of
these three cities and neighboring towns
heartily endorsed the movement, the
Pastors' union of Kcranton having en
dorsed itat three different times. Wilkes
Iinrre and Pittston have raised their por
tion of the money and carried on the
meetings very succesnfully, and Scranton
was asked to raise $1,500 as her ghsra tow
ards the cost of the equipment, Wllues
Barre having raised 11,000 aud Pittston
$500. The Pastors' union appointed a
committeee composed of lay members and
afterward at the request of tbe commit
tee added three of the pastors.
The pastors of Scranton, with the ex
ception of Dr. Kobinson, have not taken
up tbe matter of rahdng the money, I pre
sume thinking the meetings were quite a
way off, they not wishing them until Sep
tember, but will undoubtedly raise the
necessary funds on their return bept. 1.
Dr. Boblnson's church raised over $700.
The committee feel that their hands are
tied, I presume, by the pastors not having
raised the money before going away, but
if they will only wait matters will turn
out all right. In fact, a petition to Mr.
Moody signed by a number of the leading
pastors of Scranton urging him to come to
Urranton personally in September, baa
been sent to him dnrins the week.
The work in the lower end of the valley
has been going on under the charge of
workers appoiuted by Air. Aloody very
successfully, two tents being employed
seating nearly 3,000 each, and so far about
i,iw persons nave prolensea conversion..
'Sours very truly,
Charles R. Ahdiiicwb,
Chairman Executive Committee.
Aug. t, im.
PIANOS
.
A Foe lo'Dfspepsia
US
m m mot
Sermon Delivered by Rev. D. C. Duplies at
Jackson Street Biptist Church.
SUBJECT, THE RIRD OF CHRIST
Dealt with th Subject In an Eloquent
and Able Mannar Hyde' Park Lit
erary and Debating Society Will Re
open lt Rooms In September.
Merited Punishment of an Insulter
of Ladies Thomas Gallagher's
Funeral.
An eloquent discourse ou "To Mi ml
of Christ" was ifiveu yesterday morn
ing 1 the Jackson Street Baptist
church by tho pastor, Rev. D. C.
lluubes. He said i
"I was struck wry forcibly vritb tbii
expression. Apostle John said thare
bus been nothing muds that was made,
without the uiiud of Christ. It was
ttiis mind that planned all creation.
How profound must be tbe depth of
-uebauiind? What beauty did it not
comprehend? Can we usplre to tba
mind of Christ? I took the phras us
we too often take it, wltaout studying
ibe essential. If there is anything ilia
Kustiug to Gad it it vauity. For au
nittl to think ef its own greatness,
There Is do pUe for biiu within the
wiviue walls It was vanity that lua
the archangel tossy: 'I will be mas
ter.'" ''Iu the louelluejsjof nilud, let each
esteem others better than lniust.lt1.
Jesus took upon himself tbe form of a
servant, and win made iu the form of
niMU. He humbled himself uiid be
cuuie obedient to death. Even death
ou the cross. It whs not Christ in the
magnitude of his intelltctu.il puwers.
If it whs iu this light that the upostles
siw hi in, what hope could we hav?
W lion wo compare the mind of Christ
to the present, there is no comparison.
Jesus came, tuesk and lowly in Lean.
You never beard a Curist-like voice
manifest itself. Let that spirit be in
yon that was in Jusus. It would be a
great thing to have au intellect' like
Christ.
'Satan has a magnificent intellect,
lot what bas it availed him? Ciu'ar
wa never excelled as a general. Plato,
Aristotle and Napoleon had marvelous
intellects, but to what purpose whon
compared with Christ? To have that
intelloei which is not gotteu by love, is
;ono eft-tot. You and I are here to as
pire to Christ, and that we may know
somriliitig of the life of our Savior. He
says, 'Learn of Me.' He, clothed in
tlio manifestations of Gol, calls to us,
He cum as a slave, iu tbe likeuess of
man, with tbe same physical construc
tion. It was the) slaves that carried on
the vast commerce ef Koias. They un
derstood nil forms ef business. It was
here that he humiliated himself. Jesus
himself suuetified toil by toiling him
self. 'And he buuume obedieut unto
deslb, even deith at tbu cross.' He
-aid, 'I came to do the will of Him
tiibt sent m.?.' It is sad that we are
so iuohvdiout. Hut 1st this now rst
upon you, that wo strive to live a
Curist-like lite from now onward."
DREW A KEVOUiR.
An TJV.known Hon Fr.Rhtani Paten
ters on a Street Car.
The occupants of au Eyon street and
Taylor car, mut witn a thrilling ex
perience about 3 o'clock yesterday,
VVhi'u th car had reached a point but
a short distancs below Uullevue, bound
for Taylor, a man who was in as tuts of
intoxication got tH. Iu dniug so he
lud occasion to pass by a youug lady
in one of the seats, and made an In
suiting remark to lur.
Evidontly he wss not aware of the
pugilistic quvluies which a youu mm
who was accompanying Her possess 1.
As soon as the words wer utter. J,
this young man sprung from his se&t
and dealt the Liwlriale a 6tingiag
tlow, whiob felled htm to tbe ground
He then proceeded to administer a
further puuiiiurwnt to the prostrate
insnitxe.
Aftt-r doing this he drew from bis
pocket a revoivor, but ou Ltaiuthii
tor a moment, concluded not to uso it
Tbe youug man brandished the weapon
in the air and tbeu replaced it in bis
pocket.
TO REOPCN IN SEPTEMBER.
A Prominent Literary Sooioty Wilt Again
Furaue Its Work.
The Hyde Park Literary und Da
bating society will reopen tbe rooms of
the Welst rhllosQpkloal soemty oa
South AUiQ avenue iu Suptemtur for
its litersry work. The soamty baj hid
marked suectss, and now ranks as first
among its kind iu the city.
Tbe ifcture, "Skould Young Mn G
to College, is expectsd from Professor
George Howell, and Emerson Uweu
will be prsvuilfd upon to give a noili-
tinn of "The Miser," which received
sucb popular favor at the comuinnK
uitbt txerciivs at the high school.
'J In se dtsiring to liocnme members of
tba sccisty will pltssw blind in ti fir
names as soon a possible, iti j w-m
bersuip is now about sventy-fivu.
TKCfvUS GAUGHER BURIED.
The Eervioia Were Cjnduotej la St. Pat
lick's Cbuic'i.
The funeral of Thomas Gullugher, of
Serantou street, who died on Friday
evening in the Moses Taylor hospital,
occurred at 2.30 o'clock yesterday after
noon. Services were conducted iu St.
Patrick's church by ltv. J, 13, Whelau
The iloral tributes were Very beautiful,
among them Liug two haudsome pil
lows inscribed, "lboinaa" and "Cous
in." Many handsome casket bouqueits
were also presented. Iutermetit was
made in Dunmore Catholic cemetery.
The flower bearers were: j. Carroll,
T. Tierney aud A. Tierney; pall bear
ors: Wulter MeNieholas, John Tierney,
William MeNieholas, Charles Carson,
Jobn Gallagher and Thomas lUgan. -
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
Miss Sarah Davies, of Lafayette streot,
is visiting friends at Sbaniokin.
B. C. Greene nud daughter Stella, of
Bellevue street, are sojourning ut Provi
dence, R. I., and cities along tbe Atlantic
coast.
Miss Gertrude Beavers, of Lafayette
street, is spending a week among friends
at Dalton
Miss Mabel Yost, of Jackson street, is
Vlsitlug friends in West Pittstou,
A formal opening of the club rooms of
the Republican leugue of tbe West bide
will be held on Aug. 23.
Car No. 61, of the Swetlnnd street line,
left the track at Main avenue and Jack-on
street yesterday afternoon, and trnfflo was
delaytd for nearly an hour. Finally,
with the aid of auother car, it was pushed
back to tne rails again.
Harry Pass, of West Lackawanna ave
nue, spent the Sabbath at Lake Winola.
Mrs. George W. Bkillborn, of Jackson
street, has returned from Susquehanna
county.
Morgau M. Jenkins, of Danville, Is visit
lng bis cousin, Will D. Griffiths, of North
Sumner avenun, on his return from Port
Uiam, i. J.
Tickets for tile Pros club recatta ou
Aug. 14 are oa sale at Davies' drug storo.
Elegant framed pictures arolbeing sold
for half price of frame. Chicago Art Co.,
l.i f enu avenue. "
Mr, aud Airs. D. E. Tumlies. of DlvMon
street, spent the babbath with friends at
LUKe it;uia.
Misses Cora Butcher and Anna Hill, of
North Lincoln avenue, left ou Satuiday
for a week's siuy at Tuukhaunock.
Airs. Eay Colvdle. of Chestnut street is
visiting friends in the woat.
Miss Amelia Hazen and Mrroi Har
ford, of Wilkon-11 v re, spnt thebahhath
an menus on tins sine.
Itv. A. W. Cooper ot U amnion strsst.
preaehod yestoidav at the Wvomiinr as-
seinhly.
Key. Charles Lee preached yesterday
morning and Kev. William Pntsons last
evening, in the Hampton btreet Methodist
Episcopal church.
Mrs. Thomas Allen and .son. Ezra, of
North Hyde. pak avenue, have returned
fi oin u sojourn at Lake Wmola.
Mrs E. AI. Hnachain or Lifavetto street.
ha opened a nurse's register in Deckers
drug store.
Kev. A. W. Cooper, pastor of tbe Hamp
ton street Alethodist Episcopal church,
has returned from an extended visit at
blalerville, Ithaca and O.vego, N. Y.
We have only a short time to cloar all
our stock of pictur.s. Chicago Art Co.,
7 Peuu avenue. "
NORlFiiD BRIEFS.
Miss Fl rk'nc Sickleris sponding her va
cation at Tankhnuuoik,
William Sturk. of North Main avenue,
is entertaining Mr. Doyle, of West Nichol-
con.
We are clearing out the whole of our
stock of fine e chings. Chicago Art Co.,
I" i l enu avenue.
Mrs. John Leonard, of Newark, N. J., is
visiting her mother, Airs. JlcNulty, of
alargnret uvenuo.
Dr. Kinter will address a Dublin meet-
ins this evening at tno Ureeit Kidga Pro
hibition Loagtiu rooms.
A. M. Atherton, of North Main avonne,
is unable to accompany the Xo.v York and
bcrauton party on tue Canailiau tour.
The social at the W.lsh Congregational
church t .is evening promises to b- a great
success, as a splendid programme hai bsou
arranged.
Henry M. Atherton. of North Main
avenue, is at Lake Winola, and Air. and
iir.i. ciaveuce Atuerton nave returncu
from the same place.
Professor Burdick, of Cspouse avenue, is
entertaining Mr. and Ars. Jame-i Ted
dingi, of Vinpleton, la., and Airs. Qeorge
lirown, or est l'lttston.
Rov. D. A. Evans resumed dutios yester
day at the Puritan Congregational church
uii'l was congratulated by Ins many
iriends upon his improved state ot health.
Rev. W. F. Davios preached a special
sermon at the iWelsh Luptiist church last
evening upon Uapust principles. Anew
member was received Into tue cnurcn oy
the ceremony of Bant ism.
The funeral of Mrs. Patrick Manlev, of
Hollow street, took place yesterday amid
nrmv tokens or ro-itiect. Deceased has
suffered but a short illusss and the grief ot
husband aud children is ton more poignant.
Intermeut took place at Hyde Park ceme
tery.
The funeral of Thomas D. Jenkins, of
Throop street, who died so suddenly on
rriday evening, will taki) place todav at
2 p ni. from the residence. The members
of the Foresters nnd Odd Fellows lodges
aro requested to meet at their respective
nails at 1 p. in.
The Puritan church choir and Miss
Mulley's class, No. 10, of the Alethodist
hniscopal cliurcli, urj arranging a grand
concert to be held iu the Alethodist Epis
copal church parlor on Ann. id. Ihepro
cet'ds will be divided betweon the choir
and the class. ilii'S MuUey's class is
working energetically to provide funds
for a splendid chandelier lor tho chinch.
The Alethodist Episcopal church choir
has arranged to run tneir first annual ex
curium ou August 14 to Lake Winolu.
For some considerable time the members
and conductor have given their services
voluntarily, thus being the means ot econ
omizing a few hundreds of dollars an
nually while at the same time tho excel
leuce of the nniiic bus been sus'uinud.
Tho house of Mra. Catharine Farroll. 196
Wilbur street, was destroyed bv lire on
S-at t.rday afternnou. In rrsV'Ouse to the
call from box 75 the Liberty, Niatnra an 1
Excelsior hose companies attended, hut
tho fire had gained too much headway be
fore their arrival. The greater part of tho
furniture was removed. It is thought that
the lire nriglunted troin a delect in the
flue, as the flames wore first di-covered
near tho chimney iu the second story.
Daniel Devine, of Oak street, was ar
rested last night by Lienteuniit Spellman
und Ollicer P.. Vr. Jones coiiaiquont upon
complaints of varioin eitizeus. It appears
that "Danny" Is subject to hallucinations
when ho imagines ti.nt the whide world is
set against him and ho haant various times
succeeded in etnblishing himself as a
dangerous chara ter. iin will be exam
ined today with a view to hi) being (lis
patched to tho Poor farm whi.ro he prov
iou ly resided for two years.
W a' "r Filn rs.
Pure water secures good health. T. F,
Leonard, at ftii," Luckawnnua avenun, hue
for sale four styles of stoutt water liltur
that ure sokl al prici s within reach of all
aud aro as easily cleaned and taken care of
its a water pull, and will last for yours.
llK 13 lur is all stone, nothing to ruit. cor
rode or become foul and will lifter trom
four to twelve gallons per day. Drop in
and see tnem.
S4C.000 Echucl Home No. 27,
E. L. Wulter, nrchitec;, bids to bo opene
tl.i mmiT It. til be hniit on ( nliiinbin ev.vm.
Lots for sale on this avenue at low pricoj
for a brief period.
Arthur Fiiotiiixoham.
Eat Hue ad made from Pillsbury's Best
nud bo healthy. '
tor.ir.tor.'j Euainass, I:-.trrsts.
The TitniUNE will toon publish a cure
fully complied nud clnssiliud list of the
leading wnolosale, bunking, manufactur
ing nnd professional interests of Kcranton
nud vicinity. The edition will be buutuf
iu honk form, beuutifully Illustrated with
photogravure views of our public bulld
ii gs, business blocks, htreuts, etc., together
with port rails of loading citizen, No
similar work has ever given un equsl rep
resentation of bcrantou's many iudut
tries. It will be au iuvaluuble exposition
of our business resources. bent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers aud be an tinequull.d
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation is on n plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well as the city
at large. Ieproeutatives of The Tuiuunr
Will Call Upon TIIOSB WHOSR NAMKU
are ubsired in this edition aud explaiu
its nature more fully.
Those desiring vlows of their residences
In this editiou will please have notice at
tho office.
Bucltlon'e Arnica Salvst
The best salve in tho world for Cuts
BrulBes, Sores, Ulcers, Snlt Rheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns aud nil bkiii Eruptions, aud posi
tively cureB Piles, or no pay required. It
it guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price UO cents per
box. For sale by Matthews Bros.
TJuslo Boxes Exclusively.
Best mads. Play any desired nn rubor of
tunes. Oautschi & bons., manufacturers,
1080 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won.
derful orehestrial organs, only '5 and $10.
Specialty : Old music boxes earefully re
paired aud improved with new tunes.
Real faith never grows weak by hav
ing to wait. Sufferers taking Hood's bar
saparilla for chronic complaints should be
patient and the result will be satisfactory,
flood's Cures.
' Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly
and elllcieutly.on tbe liver and bowels, tia
He Is Eodow.d with Migmtlsm and
Forceful Ekquence.
m to mnm gob's will
The Important Thing 1$ Net What a
Man Does, But What Ho Is-Differ-ence
Between Cowardice and
God-Fearing Temerity Obedience
Should Be Unquestioning and Im
plicit The Living Christ Speaks to
Us. '
In tbe asnuce of the psstor, tbe pul
pit of the E.ui Park church yesterday
ufttrnnon and evening was occupied by
Rv. W. M. Brundnge, D., D., of the
Trinity Methodist Episcopal church of
Albeuy, N. Y.
Dr. liruuduge is endowed with tho
rare gift of magnetism and sincere,
forceful olcquunca which elicits sym
pathy and uttention from the audito
rium. His two sermous of yesterday
aud tbe earnestness and thought whiuh
uccimipauUd thai wou for him par
ticular favor with hli bearers,
In the evening he presetted from Si.
Jobn ii, 6, "Wbatstevsr He suitu unto
vou, do It. from whleu wss drawu the
lesson of doing God's will implicitly
and without questioning. Dr. Brund
uge said;
The nil Important thing is nt what a
man does, but what he is; and just what
lie is he will out iu his life. If a man is
richc he will do right. Obedieuoe Is what
Uod is evr eekiug to teach us. "To obey
is better tbau to sacrifice." To be a Chris
tian is not to held a certain crted is not
to perform a curtain ritual. It i. described
De.t in the words of tno text, "rtnatso-
over He auith unto you, do it."
MUST SPUING FROM LOVE.
It mut bs loving obsdieuco, not servile,
not iu-pired by fear. No servic. to the
Christ ii acceptubl which does not spring
from love: "Though I bestow all my
goods to feed the p or, aud though I give
my body to be burned and have not love,
it proflteth me nothing."
it must be entire utieaisncs. xuerecan
be no reservation. "Whoioevsr shall keep
tie whole law and yst offeud iu ou point
he is guilty of all." It must be unquestion
ing obedience. The time to question is be
fore the Christ bas besu chosen the Muster
aud Lord of one's life. The obedience of
the soldier:
Mis not to make reply,
Itis not to reason why,
11 is but to do and die.
The obedience of the most of us is too
half-lieartud. We need more divine tem
erity. Our over caution is moral coward
ice. Our Matter's work in this world is
sadly hampered because we do not obey.
We know ills will ana we uo it not.
"Alore truth." we pray, aud any truth
that is not obeyed proves a curse rather
thnn a blessing.
Other great commanders Dave blundered
In their commands. Napoleon bluudeaod
at Wuturloo because he did not kuow of a
simpler way aud the battle was lost. Our
Commander never blunders; we can trust
His commands.
HOW WE KNOW HIS COMMAND3.
How do we know what he commands?
From the Bible, from tho teaching of hu
man history, from the provideutial cir
cumstances of our lives: more than this,
from the present inspirations of His spirit,
Everv one of us may be divinely inspired
of our will. Inspiration did not come to
an end oue thousand eigut Hundred years
ago. "If any man will do my will he shall
know." The living Christ speaks to us to
day, not through dreams and visions aud
voices, but through one human conscious
nessthrough our suntihed commou sense.
Tlieconditious ot always bearing angnt
the divine voice are first perfect humility,
the being away from all self; and second
ly, clear-eyed faith iu the presence and
power of (iuu in our lives.
Building; aaterial fir'Ssle.
Inquire nt Conrnd Scbroeder's office,
Commonwealth Building.
Our lino of Groceries is
complete and you can
rely on them being the
finest.
If you want a delicious,
high-flavored TSA, try
our New Crop JAPAN
for 50c; worth 75c.
C. DITCHBURH
4:7 LACKAWANNA AVE.
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Silverware, Lamps,
Chamber Sets, &.-.
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Ave.
If a Tornado
Should
Strike Scranton
It would cause little more
surprise to our citizens than
FREEMAN'S NEW
SPOT CASH PRICE LIST
HAS DONE
WATCHES, DIAMONDS.JEW
ELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC,
never have been sold before at
such prices; but, remember there
is no CREDIT at Freeman's.
TWO BALLOOH ASCENSIONS
AT
Laurol Hill Park
Next V'eclnesday
JIK3 LULU RANDALL, of Detroit.
Mich., nadur tho maiinxo'.nent of Prof,
("bus. Kabrich, will uniltH a balluuu asi eu-
siou, parachute drop and trnpczo perfor-
w
maaoe at Latiral Hill Park, Wednesday,
Augusts, at 2.30 p.m.
Rluaatlo halloou will be inflated in
full view ef the audience, The trapeze
performative, tie rapid ascension, tbe
leap, the llr"'uf ef the balloon and the
deseeat are slf hts truly wouderful to be
held. In U evenUs at 7. SO Prof. Charles H.
Kabrloi will saake an ascension with his
pet dog, Grover, surrounded with different-colored
lights. No oue should fail to
see this rich treat.
ADMISSION, 10 CENT8.
You Need Them
And a visit to Martin & Delany's wili be
wilder you at their immense stock of thin
goods. Just the stuff to keep you cool
Our novelty in summer goods is a
Nobby, Long-cut, Double-breast Blue and
Black Serge Coat. The proper thing for
tennis.
tin & I3elany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
WYOMING AVENUE.
308
LEA
To be closed
half value.
a CAPS, worth from 39c.
closed out at
1 51 loz.
At less than HALF VALUE and other
goods in proportion.
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Scientific Eye
WILL BUY A
FASHIONABLE
SOFT BRIM
AT
CONRAD'S.
It's a Great Shocls
fothe folks who are clMlminsr they nndersfll
ill others to And that without the loust fuss
or blu-tcr we are irivinu cm torn rs the boa
tfltol sneh opi'.ortuniiies as these. -
A hli-ieilv Hlali rade LIiit-welgU
W heel, 18114 ,11111 oro, f r 1 lO.nash.
1HII3 pititnrii, 8 ir.0 Vheel, for 75.
18t)i pattern, I Vm M'heel, for SSen
Chcse prices niako the business ntourotoro.
FLOREY HOLT
Y. M. C. A. BUILDING.
Maloney Oil and Manufac
turing Company
Have removed their office to their
"Warerooms,
NUMBERS
141, 143,145,147,149, 151
MERIDIAN ST.
TELEPHONE NUMBER, 80821
STRAW
HfiT
"A GOOD TALE WILL BEAR TELLING- TWICE."
USE SAP0LI0! USE
s
Flilllll
Lacka. Ave.
, sW
55
mm
Lego Saps
out at LESS than
1
to $1.25, will
C. r
Testing Free
By DE. DR. SHIMBERO,
The Specialist on the Eye. Headaches and Ner
vousness relieved. Latest and Improved Style of
Eyeglnsses und Spectacles at the Lowest Prises.
Best Artificial Eyes inserted for 15.
305 Sl'HVCIJ ST., Opp. Old Post Office.
tl. A, HULBERT'3
City Musio Store,
H WXOMINO AV. BCBAKXOi
6TFTNTVAY A S?0?l
DKCKER ISHOTHERS r
SKAAICH & BACK
Vi'llLXi He UAUUU
PIANOS
Alsca larirs stookof flreMase
KTJSICAIi aiERCHANDISIi
Another Advocate of
testae
KS. I1KNTYOOD A Vt ARDELLt
GENTLEMEN It affnrde me rea
pleasure to stnte that your sewpneM
of extracttiift teeth was m graDd euoeeee Is
sny oese, and I henrtlly recommend Hts
all. I sincerely nope that other will
test its merits.
Yours respectfully,
CAFT. S. E. lillYAXI, Saraetoti, Pa.
Henwood k Wardell,
DENTISTS,
816 Lackawanna Ave.
Will on and after Mav 31 make a great rodnn
tion In the prices of plates. AU work guar
anteei first-class in everv particular.
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREET
BICYOIiBS AND 6PORTINO
GOODS.
Victor. Gendron, Kelipse, LovelL Diamoai
and Other Wheels.