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THE SCR ANTON yitlUUNE "FllIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894.
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why, when yon can have them done with ftt,
pliable Buttonholes tor TWO CENTS EACH.
Ladies', Gents' and
In White or Natural
Greatly Reduced Prices.
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415 Lacka. Ave.
If you want
Wall Paper or Window
Shades, come to us.
W Viov n full Kn r(
goods, and our prices are
Williams k McAnuliy
127 Wyoming Ava.
Twentieth Senatorial Convention.
The Republican senatorial convention
of the Twentieth Senatorial district will
be held at the arbitration room in the
conrt house on Tuesday, the 25th day of
Kept., at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpsse
ef nominating a candidate for state sena
tor. An election for delegates to this conven
tion will be held on Saturday, the 22nd
day of Sept., between the bouts of 4 to 7
p. m. Vigilance committee will please
govern themselves accordingly. Each
election district will be entitled to the
same number of delegate) as they had in
the late connty convention. The surae
rule applies to the Luzerne portion of the
Jorm K La Tocche, Chairman.
H. M. Bansen, Secretary.
8c-n4 Leg-lalntlvs District
The Republicans of the Second Legisla
tive district will assemble in convention at
the arbitration rooms in the court house,
city of Scranton, on Tuesday, the 25th dny
of September, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the
purpose of nominating a candidate for the
An election for delegates to this con
vention will be held nt the regular polling
places on Saturday Sept. 22, between the
hours of 4 and 7 p. m., each election will
be entitled to the same representation as
at the late county convention.
Vigilance committee will please take
due notice and govern themselves accord
ingly. Vary respectfully yours.
W. 8. Millar, Chairman.
A. J. Kolb, Seccetary.
Fourth Legislative Dial riot.
The Republicans of the Fourth Legisla
tive district will assemble in convention
in the McKinley Club rooms. Odd Fellows
bnilding, Jermyn, on Tuesday, the twenty
fifth day of September, at 8 o'clock p. m.,
for the purpose of nominating a candidate
for the legislature.
Election for delegates to this convention
will be held at the regular polling places
on Saturday, Sept. 22. between the hours
of 6 and 7 p. m. Each election district
will be entitled to the same representation
as the late connty convention.
Vigilance committees will please take
due notice and govern themselves accord
ingly. William 3. Bchubmeiil, Chairman.
8. S. Jones, Secretary.
Gentlemen's Driving Club races Thurs
day, S p. m. -
The diagram for ' Marie Wainwrlgbt
opens at the Academy of MubIo box cilice
A marriage license was granted yester
day by the clerk of the courts to Ernes Q.
Trimby and Clara M. Bquier, of Waverly.
The removal of the trees at Washington
avenue and Spruce street gives that corn
er a bare and somewhat forlorn appear
ance. The Scranton Oratorio society will meet
on Monday evening at Powell' musio
store for its first rehearsal ncder direction
of Mr. Lindsay.
The marriage of Miss Rosa STlllhanser,
of 617 Adams avenue, to Samuel Mill
bauser, proprietor of the Scranton Cash
store, occured Wednesday eveulug at the
home of the bride's parent, The cere
mony was performed by Rabbi Fenerllcht.
The event was witnessed by only im
mediate friends and relatives.
The Enterprise dancing class will re
sume its sessions at Excelsior hall on Wy
oming avenue ou the evening of Oct. 4.
Professor George Taylor will be instruc
tor. The debris is being removed from the
stto of the Matthews Bros', building, re
cently destroyed In the Lackawanna
avenue, lire. A new building will be
erected nt once. '
E. E. Hendricks having declined to net
ns n viewer in the matter of a road in Fell
township, court yesterday appointed John
Copelaml.of Cnrbondnle.to 1111 the vacancy
in the board cf viewers.
There will be an election on Saturday at
the regulRr polling plnce iu the First dis
trict of the Seventeenth ward, to eloct a
delegate to the Republican legislative con
vention. Polls will be open from 4 to 7 p.m.
A. J. G, Hodennyl, assignee of DeGon
tard & Reynolds, filed bis roport with
Prothonotury Pryor yeftenlay. It places
the debits of tbo firm at $',357.45; credits,
1,401.07; amount to bo distributed, OjOMIS.
At the conventtou of state firemen at
Norristown, Isadora Goodman, of Lacka
wanna county, was appointed one of the
honorary vice-presidents who will net as
organizers and spread the work of the
The fourteenth annual reunion of the
Vesper Literary society will be held Mon
day evening iu the parlors of thu Peuu
Aveuue Baptist church. F. M. Koohlor,
J. W. Browning, E. S. Williams, L. A.
Lang and W. E. Schimpff comprise the
committee of arrangements.
- Edward Leete distributes sheet musio as
souvenirs at every performance in the
Academy of Music. A different piece is
given away weakly. This week the pat
rons of the Acudomy are receiving "Take
a Day Off," words and music of which are
by his father. Dr. Allen Norton Leete. It
is dedicated to DeWolf Hopper. .
Charles Gardner, of Lackawanna town
ship, who was some woeks ago committed
to the county jail on n cliaige of having
assaulted Mrs. Eliza A. Belles, was yester
day by order of court tnkon to the insane
department of the Hillside Home. Sines
Gardner was confined in the county jail
lie has shown signs of violent insanity.
The roport of Chief of Police William T.
Simpson for the month of August conveys
the fact that the number of "Wandering
Willies" arrested during the month of
August outclassed the bumher locked up
for drunkeness. This has not been the case
in two years before. The total number ar
rested during August was 283. of which
34 were sentenced to the chain gang, 43
committed to the couuty jail, and 1UU dis
charged. The amount collected in fines
In open court yesterday Sheriff Fahey
acknowledged deeds to the: following:
Catherine Peel, Mary L. Lewis. Moses
Taylor Hospital, P. Bnllantihe & Sons,
Schiller Building and Loan association, I.
H. Burns. Christina Feiehrnnu, E. B.
Stuiges, Bridget S.iilor, W. W. Watson,
W. J. Lewip, John Casey, Joseph Meyer,
Frederick Eckel, c. G. Boland, Laura
Gluck, Teresa V. and John D. Palmer,
Michael Moran, Schiller Building and
Loan association, Taylorville Building and
The janitors of the city schools were
called together last night by notices in the
newspapers. The place of moeting ap
pointed was Libsrty ball. Janitor John Bra
zille, if tbo high school, presided and said
the object was to maue up a purse for the
benefit of Professor George W. Powell, of
No. 14 school, upon whom bos fallen the
sad atlliction of total blindness. The jan
itors concluded to merge their contribu
tions with any purse that may be sub
scribed by the principals of the city
A very pleasant evening was spent last
night in the parlors of the Penn Avenue
Baptist church when the members met for
their nniiunl "home gathering." The
Penn Avenue church bus 800 members and
have Instituted n very commendable
practice of meeting every fall after vaca
tions nre over. No definite programme
was arranged, bnt the meeting partook of
asocial character when events relating to
the chnrcb nnd its various organizations
were informally discussed. Refreshments
were servd during the evening and the
"home gathering" was greatly enjoyed by
the crowded assembly.
A meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to
the Associated Charities was held at the
Young Women's Christian association
rooms yesterday afteruoon. Many mem
bers pre out of town. The amount in
hand as reported is a very small otia as
compared with what the needs to bo met
when winter begins will require. The
solicitors who have not completed their
lou ids seeking the IH'Jl subscriptions will
resume their calls on citizens nt once and
bespeak kindly response, both for the an
nual tl subscriptions and the $50 life mem
bership of tho Associated Charities. Every
dollar will tell, and will be needed.
The adjourned inquest upon the death of
Thomas Ryan, who was burnt by an explo
sion iu the Pino Brook sur.ft on Sept. 1,
which was adjourned until last night for
the production of further evidence proved
a fiasco. Some ono informed the jurors
that the coroner had gone to Archbald and
no inquest would be held. All the jurors
except one walked away and a few min
utes afterward Coroner Kelly arrived from
Archbald, where he went to inquire into
tho death of Mr. Gaus. i Mine Inspector
Blewitt was present from 7 to 9 p. m. and
waited patiently for events to snap i their
course. Tho coroner was compelled to ad
journ the inquest until Kept. 27 at 8 p. m.
Gentlemen's Driving Club races Thurs
day, i p. m.
Pabst"s Milwaukee Bkeb, cool and
sparkling, ot Lohman's, Spruce street
Solid silver Shetland. Davidow Bros.
Miss Hardenbareh' Pianoforte fchool
Re-opens Monday, Sept. 17. A thoroughly
high grade school for tbo study of the
piano-forte, theory, harmony, musical his
tory and analysis; in the famous Mason
system of technics, Virgil Practice Clavier
and the higher art of musical interpreta
tion. A special training course for teachers.
437 Wyoming avenue.
Davidow Bros, are still improving their
store as well as their stock. Big bargning.
Tub members of tbo Masonic fraternity
of Scranton are invited to attend the fu
neral of Brother Richard H, Burke on
Friday, Sept. 21, at 2 p. m. Brother
Burke was a member of Silentia lodge.
No. 198, New York city. The brethren
will meet at the Masonio hall at 1.80 p. m.
Morris W. Clark, W. M. of 291. .
T. F. Penman. W. M. of 323. .
" The Not jrloua Chain Gang,
Comprising fob, neck, vest, single,, double
and other styles ot chains, oan be had at
Conditions Are Exacted from West (S!de
IT HAS PASSED SELECT COUNCIL
To Be Repealed if the Board of View
ers Report Excessive Damages.
Theatrical Companies May Be
Taxed $50 Each Performance.
Market Place Special Committee
Reports Favorably Both Branches
Transact Considerable Business.
Meetings of both select and common
council were held lust night and in
each body at lvast one important meas
ure was acted upon aside from a vol
ume of minor business,
In select council at which a commit
tee of prominent West Side citizens
was present, the West Lsokawanna
avenns viaduct passed third reading
under certain conditions. The com
mon body passed a resolution taxing
theatrical companies performing in
SELECT COUNCIL MEETING.
Mr. Sanderson Fxictt Promises from
West Sid Membort.
In the discussion which accompanied
the presentation of the viaduct ordi
nance for third reading, Mr. Sanderson
conditioned his vote on the promises of
three West Side members that they
would eventually vote for the repeal of
the measure if the board of viewers re
ported excessive damnges. Mr. Kellow
assumed Mr. Sundvrson's position and
art affirmative promise was made by
Members William, Thomas and Laner.
Almost simultaneously the question
was put by Mr. Kellow to Mr, Liner
and by the chair to Mr. Snuderson,
"What do you consider excessive dam
ages?" Mr. Sanderson replied: '"Snflhient
unto the day is the evil thereof. '
BTIIONO PETITION OFFERED.
The disenssion eDded with John R.
Farr's remarks sotting forth tb.9 rea
sons why the vl.iduot is needed. I T. V,
Powdsrly and Fellows Mason were
nlso of the committee and were pres
ent. They presented a petition signed
by several hundred West Side business
men, praying for the piBsage of the
measure. It was voted for unanim
ously, subject to the conditions ex
acted by Members Sanderson and Kel
low. The ordinance providing tor a public
city market place was reportod favor
ably by the commit toe. It bad teen
expected that the measure would be
immediately placed upon its passage
but for reasons explained by Mr. Roulie,
it will uot be read until next month.
Several additions and changes may to
made In the ordinance and its holding
over until complete will overcome de
lay when finally plaod on passage.
The mayor's appointment of Dennis
Roche as inspector of the sewers build
ing ou Carbon, Mineral, Gordon and
Silex streets was affirmed.
Members' resolutions were acted
opsn a9 follows: Sanderson. Instruct
ing city engineer to prepare plans and
estimates for a Wyoming avenue ewer,
between Green Ridge and Marion
streets, to committee; Finn, stable for
Excelsior Hose company, to cotnmitWe
and reported favorably; Thomas, es
tablishing grade on North Washington
avenue from Electrio avenue to city
line, to committee iu conjunction with
Concurrent resolutions were afurmsd
as follows: Providing the firemen's
parade with police protection from ad
vertising wagons and instructing the
street commissioner to have cleared
the streets included in the line of pa
rade; narrowing Pino street between
Monroe and Clay avenues.
Ordinances passed first and second
readings from common council, pro
viding for flagstone sidewalks on Mon
roe and Mndlson avenues between
(iibaon and Myrtle streets.
A proposition of the Economy Light,
Heat and Power company to heat the
municipal building for $1,337 annually
was referred to committee.
An adjournment was made for two
COMMON COUNCIL MEETING.
Mr. Eattle Wishes a Tax Levied on
Among the mew measures presented
was Mr. Battle's ordinance providing
that theatrical companies Performing
in the city shall be taxed $50 for etch
performance. The penalty provided is
a fine of not less that $50 nor more
than $100 or imprisonment for period
not t xcoeding thirty day. The ordi
nance was referred to its proper com
mittee. Ordinances passed third reading as
follows: Providing for a new team of
borses and a permanent man for the
William Connell Hose company; pro
viding for flagstone walks on Fellow
street between Main avenne aud Twenty-second
street; providing for the
purchase of a site for the Cumberland
Hose company; providing for a new
team of horses for Neptune Engine
company; sidewalks ou North Main
avenue from Jaokson to Pettibone
street and on Academy street.
An adjournment was made to nrtot
next week Thursday.
SHENKO A MUUDE11EU.
Victim of His Knife Thrusts Expires.
Gaus' Unfilial Son Is a Fugi
tive from Justice.
August Gaus. of Arohbald, who was
assaulted by his son and stubbed five
time by one or hi boarders, died at 3
o'clock yesterday morning. The par
ticulars of the affray appeared la Mon
day's Tribune. Briefly tiny are as fol
lows: While Gaus and a number of his
friends were drinking at his house a
qnarrel began. Gans threatened to
call in the police, whereupon his son
struck him on the bead twios with nn
iron enoe-luit and felled bim to the
floor. While he was down John Shenko
stabbed him five times. Two of the
knife-thrusts penetrated the right
lung, two entered above the shoulders
and one pierced his thigh. Death was
principally due to the wounds la the
Coroner Kelley was notified yester
day morning of Gans' death, but be
was in Clark's Summit inquiring into
tho death of a sulci ie and did not go
lo Arohbald until 5 30 o'clock. In the
meantime Squire Gildea held an in
quest with the following jnry: Thomas
Malone, John V. Lally, Thomas Phil
bio. William Otto, M. F. Bsrrett and
Dr. Van Doren, who attended Gaui
before his death gave testimony as to
the natnre of the woncds. Mrs. Gans,
the widow, testified that all la the
party on Saturday night were drunk.
She remembered having seen the son
strike the father and also of having
seen John Shenko bending over
him with tho knife while he lay on the
Coroner Kelley arrived at the house
after the inquest and decided to hold
an autopsy this morning at 11 o'clock,
and will be assisted by Dr. Van Doren
and Dr. Kelly, of Arohbald. Tne jury
will meet again at 3 o'clock this after
noon when a report of the examination
by the medical mea will be submitted.
The knife witli which the wounds
were inflicted whs nn ordinary table
knife with a blade about four inches
long. Gun, who is a Pole, will tos
buried on Sttnrday.
The son tin! soon after the stabbing,
and his whereabonts are now unknown,
Shenko is in the county jil.
WAS FINE SPORT.
Gentlemen's Trotters Please the
Talent, Though tho Crowd
Did Not Materialize.
Leaden colored clouds and the pros
peets of rain rsdnoed the attendance at
vpsterday's raoes of the Gentlemen's
Driving club to the least number ot
persons yet present at the Driving
park meetings. The weather also pre
vented many owners front bringing
their borses to the traek and small
fields resulted. However a large num
ber of horsemen were there and the
sport furnished was good.
From a grand stand point of view
the efforts of the club to provide clean
and wholesome sport is appreciated,
but neither the racing nor the attend
ance will be what it should be until the
waits between heats are reduced. Those
having a knowledge of the trotting
rales find little fault with tedious scor
ing, because it caucot be prevented.
What the general publio likes to see is
racing and when more of horse and
less of wait is given success will attend
The summaries ot the meeting fol
low: J. L. Crawford, starter; J. F. Siegeland
Frank SlerriUald, judges.
Fred, A. Dunn, jr... 1 1
George Msddocks, W. Jermyn 2 2
Dan, Dr. E. Nichols '. 3 3
2 50 CLASS.
Blue, s. g., J. H. Ludwlg 1 1
Johu, b. g., Dr. G. E. Hill 2 8
T. L. &., s. in., C. S. Seemans 5 2
John Uonon, b. g., C. M. Sanderson.. 3 4
F. II,, br. g., V. V, Hazzard 4 0
Time 1.80, 1.10.
Mr. Bellman drove John Uonan.
Frank &, b.g., J. F. Siecel 2 11
Beauty J, s.m., G. M. Shelly 1 2 2
Billy, b.g., C. M. Sandorson 3 3 4
Poor Ricnard, b.g, Dr. Housor.... 4 4 3
Time-UStf, 1.2J, 1.2a.
W. Jermyn drove Frank S.
2 40 class. - t
Little Agnes, g.ra., E. J. Goodwin.... 1 1
Jnck, b.g., Dr. Chirles Hill 3 2
Duke, bl.g., L. T. Payne 2 4
Mollie, b.m., A. L. Spencer 4 3
W. Jermyn drove Mollie; Dr. G. Kill
Fred bad no trouble in pulling in
the two heats to his credit. Dia
might have changed the result in
eitber heat if be had lusted beyond the
The tedious scoring for the 2 50 race
took just enough of the edge off of
Blue to fit him for tho boats which he
won in comparative easy style. Mr.
Seaman's sorrel mare. T. L. S, pushed
Blue along in tho first heat to the
quarter pole where tho mure broke
and Dr. Hill's John worked in'o so 'nd
position. Bine's cracking p- '6 in the
second heat, made in 1 10, Iroki the
hearts of the field, but a br' ting A Uh
for second position by T I. S. aud
John, won by the former, made the
heat au interesting one.
The talent had expeotet Bo ny J,
owned by Mr. Shelley, to ..in the
three minute race after taking the first
heat. Their expectations might have
been realized If the mars bad not gone
into the air in the last stretch of the
two Inst beats, which gave the race to
Mr. Siegel's Frank S.
While the 2 40 race won by Little
Agnes did not develop a contest, the
raoe was well driven and the little
gray mare was sent the mile out in the
last beat in 2 29. Last week she made
tho distance in 2.20, and the owner ex
pects the maro will lower the time
three seconds in the next few weeks.
An exhibition mile race between
Jack and Little Agnes was trotted af
ter the conclusion of the afternoon's
programme. The mtre broke on the
first aud third iqnarters and Jack won
by a neck in 2 31. He could have
shaved the time tnree saconds had not
his driver, Dr. Hill, palled him when
Little Agnes broke in the first quarter.
Of Buaioaas and Bhorthand.
The best business since the college was
Both sessions largely attended.
This year a large number of people find
it inconvenient to pay for the scholarship
on entering. The management has set
aside a fund of tS.000 to accommodate
those who wish to pay on the instalment
Persons interested are invited to call.
F. E. Wood, Principal.
A Big Oppoitunlty
For bargains in watches, jewelry, etc., is
daily presented to you at the creditors
auction sale ot Freeman's stock. Yester
day the store was taxed to its utmost ca
pacity, afternoon and evening, and goods
were knocked down by the auctioneer at
whatever price they happened to bring
without reserve. Sale continues today.
Bain for 40 Day and 40 Nlithta
Wonld not prevent the ladies from calllug
on Davidow Bros, for silver hairpins.
Gentlemen's Driving club races Thurs
day, 2 o'clock p. m.
We can offer many induce
ments to hotels, clubs and
individuals who are now pay
ing fancy price's. Our
"El Candillo" at tOO per thousand,
"Santa Vlvla" at 100 per thonsand,
are bettor than the average $75
"White Seal," all Havana, at f 10 per thou
sand. "Coursen's Scranton," Havana, at $38 per
"Coursen's Rosebud," all Havana, at $40
(Large line imported. All the
leading brands Key West. Write
for trial order. One thousand as
sorted at above price.
E. G. COURSEN,
Wholesale and Retail,
Life Bad No Charms for Bim and Be Em
ployed a Ropa.
END THEN CAIfiH QUICKLY
Pound Suspended from a Beam in
His Barn by His Housekeeper, Miss
Potter The Health of the Unfor
tunate Had Been Breaking Down
and He Was Much Depressed Was
Worth About $10,000.
Life bad no charms for Henry C.
Gorton, of Edella, and yesterday morn
ing be hanged himself in bis barn with
the assistance of apiece of rope and a
Gorton was one of the quietest of
mea and led one of the quietest of lives.
He was a bachelor and for over four
teen years bad tilled his farm at
Edella, bis household affairs being
looked after by Miss Hartiot Potter,
The variety of Gorton's life was un
broken save by occasional visits to
Clark's Summit, four miles south, and
expeditions to this oity at rare inter
vals. Then be would return to his
farm and day by day go through the
same monotonous grind ot farm lifo.
He was a silent man and rarely in
dulged in'oonversatioa with any one.
He had no companions.
Miss Potter avers that while Gorton
was kind and considerate, yet at times
days would elap;e during which be
would soarcely exchange a word with
her save sash as were absolutely neces
sary. In conversation with friends Gorton
nt times expressed views which indi
cated that be bad somewhat liberal
opinions concerning life and the futuie
WHAT ClORTON TUOUUHT.
When existence became burdensome
to man Gorton held that one had the
right to determine for himself whether
to.continne fighting his battle or
quietly lay down bis burdens und bid
adieu to the world which no longer for
bim wore an inviting face.
For a year past Gorton has com
plained of ill health. Ho was melan
choly, gave evidence of a general
breaking down of the constitution, and
became more engrossed in meditation
than ever. To one of bis neighbors, a
Mr. Chaplin, he once hinted at suici lo.
Yesterday morning he arose ut S.30
and went out to the barn to milk the
cows and do tho chores. Two hours
later Miss Potter called bim to break
fast, and receiving no answer, went to
the barn to look for him. She found
the chores undone, the cows unmilked,
and Gorton snpendsd from a beam on
a rope close to a bay mow.
She called for assistance and the body
was cut down and word sent to
Coroner Kelley. Gorton had com
mitted suioide by standing on a bay
mow, fastening one end of a rope to a
beam and Improvising a noose on the
other end into which he slipped his
JUMPED TO DEATH.
Then he jumped off the the hay mow
Coroner Kelly arrived at the pictur
esque Gorton form about noon time
nnd impannelled a jury consisting of
Will F. Clifford. Horace Emerson, M.
C. Miller. Merritt Potter, James Tripp,
and C. B. Carpenter. After listening
to the testimony of eight witnesses the
jury returned a verdtot to the efliict
that Gorton's death wus dne to strati
He has a brother residing in Idaho
who Las been telegraphed for. Gor
ton's only other relatives resido in
Rhode Island. He was 50 years of age
and served as a private in the late war.
The estate which he leaves is said to
be worth from 8,000 to $10,000.
No cause can be assigned for the sui
cide other thau bis melancholia nnd
the hopeless view it Induced him to take
of his uneventful and apparently joy
less life. He saw no future and ap
parently had no fair for the past.
Miss Tints Ltwla
Will come to Scranton Saturday of each
week for the purpose of giving instruction
in elocution, Delsarte system, nnd will re
open classes at the music studio of Miss
Gertrude Morris, 134 Wyoming avenuu,
Sept. 22, from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Collarettset Collarette" I! CollaretUs !!
Somolhing new; vary fashionable: pretty
designs; unique patterns; can be bad at
Buy lbs Wbr
and get the best. At Guernsoy Bros.
Eat Bread made from Pillsbury's Best
and be healthy.
I have just received a new line of
for Wedding Gifts. Step in and
see my new stock.
Hini't tni leu
W. W. BERRY W$
:..J JmhSim Uv.'l
'?S417 LacUawasoa Ave. fei.a
OF" NEW YORK
WILL FIT COKSETS AT
123 Wyoming Ave.
THIS v WEEK ONLY.
Including the painless extracting
of teeth by' an entirely new pro
S. C. Snyder r. D. S.
80 -WifOalliSUr AVli
GORTON IS VERY SAD
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M-f fiy Cr-K mKl'J
a done bv comnetent work- rs
S men! We make a specialty g
K oijoubiug. You leave your E
S order: we do tho rest. S
I H. BATTIN & CO. I
K 120 PENN AVENUE. j
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.... r.:A V--J.A- 5(1
Tho above represents our "Dashboard"
Lantern, used for night driving. We be
lieve it is the best one o n the market.
Our Price is 69C.
We also have the regular Tabular Lan
tern at 45c latest improved.
Also Hanging Wall Lamps, with re
flectors, 30c complete.
C. S. W00LW0RTH,
319 Lacka. Ave.
GREEN AND GOLD STORE FRONT.
Different styles in
The newest things aud all
Come early and have your
138 Yyoming Ave.
Next to Dime Bank.
Look over your Furs aud
see that they are all right
before the cold weather sets
iu. Have them repaired by
a Furrier. J. BOLZ.
B HAVE YOUR g
! Plumbing 1
! Tinning I
W . . ' -?f T" V
6 TO 8 AT - - $1.00
8 TO lV2 AT - - 1.25
12 TO 2 AT - - , 1.75
Are the sizes and prices on a line of Children's School
Shoes, not ordinary common shoes, but an extra good
Dongola Calf Skin Shoe; spring heeled, lace or button;
every pair warranted.
It will pay you to buy your Shoes at
All the latest novelties
IjSi, Go to the trouble of having your
ri Dresses made. Our Ready-made
repair free of
224 LACKAWANNA AVE.
IN THESE TIMES
People want a (Treat dual for tbnlr money.
They require km1 things at little expenae.
That's just bow THE STANLEY COMBINA
TION came to be created. It's an outfit con
sisting of a Double-breasted Cost, two (2)
psirs of pants, aud the latest style Stanley
cup of same mt rlnl to match. Also extra
Muttons with each outllt. Tha goods are of
stylish fabrics, of a most excellent quality
t'Hiiocliilly adapted for service, and wo can
si ll you the WHOI.IC COMHI.NATION as
chuup as you can buy the bare suit from
FOR SALE ONLY BY ,
Clothiers, Hdters,& Furnishers.
Percale, gingham or any
other kindsof colored shirtsor
chemisettes laundered with
out fading. Every cent of
your money back if we do
fade. Xew plant new meth
ods experienced launderers
punctilious delivery. Try
Drop a postal our wagons will call promptly
in FALL FOOTWEAR.
The latest fad in Stick
Pins, plated and enam
eled, 7c. each.
cheaper and more stylish and
Gloves bought of us. We keep - them in,
Made of Satin, all colors.,
Elastic ends, very nobby;
they look like one dollar.
25c. buys a pair.