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TOE SCRANTON TRIBUTE-THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 18, 1891.
Norton's New Store
115 Wyoming Ave.
(Old Republican Building)
Entire New Stock
received since the fire,
which destroyed all out stock
in the old store, Lacka. Ave.
iu cloth and leather bindings,
single vols, and full sets,
suitable for wedding and
other gifts. '
Choice Stationery for social
Mercantile Stationery, all
School Books and School ;
Blank Account Books,
all sizes and all styles,
from Penny Book to Bank
Bibles, Prayer and Hymn ;
All the Popular New Books,
in cloth and paper covers.
A Foe to Dyspepsia
ON OTHER SJEOF CHANNEL
rassimj Events of the Day on the West
Side of City Noted.
SUNDAY SCHOOL VORKEKSMCET
Interesting Sessions Held in the Plymouth
Congregationul Church Numerous
I'll purs on Sunday School Work
Head -1 unci al of -Mrs. Young.
Paine, president of the league, wni pre
side. Addresses will be given by Con
gressman liroslus, of Lancaster, Attor
neys W. Clay-lord Thomas and A. J.
Colborn. The final arrangemnts will
be made on Friday evening.
TOYED WITH CRESCENTS.
Delegates representing the twenty
Sabbath schools Included in the Wyom
ing district assembled at 1,0 o'clock yes
terday morning in the Plymouth Con
gregational ohtirch In fourth annual
season. President Kllus E. Evans was
cliairmun. The meeting opened with
devotional exercises which included
a tulk by Kev. J. J. Kane. Prayer
was offered by J it-v. Isuac Thomas.
The hymn, "There Shall He Showers
of Blessing," was sung under the direc
tion of Professor Lloyd.
Secretary Howell Davies, of Lttns
ford, read the minutes of the last meet
ing, after which Kev. Thomas A. liell,
the puslor of the Plymouth church,
gave a brief nddress, in which he wel
comed the delegates as Sunday school
workers, and gave them free use of
the church during their stay in the city.
Mr. Hell gave statistics showing that
nearly one-half of all the Sabbath
school pupils of the world are in Amer
ica. Ilemarks by Rev. Howell Davies,
of Lansford, followed.
The first order of the morning's busi
ness was the receiving of a report from
each of the delegates on the work done
in the various churches during the past
year. It showed a steady Increase In
attendance and the financial condition
is most encouraging.
Probably the most nourishing of the
various church organism ton in the dis
trict is the .Sherman Avenue mission,
of this side, and Its founder, Wlllnm Ji.
Letchworth, of the Washburn Street
Presbyterian church, who was present,
was called nnd made a short address.
Appointment of Committees.
Professor Lloyd then rendered n
tenor solo entitled "Jesus Is Calling."
The following committees were ap
pointed: Nominations, 'llev. D. L.
Davies, Rev. J. E. Lauer, Nathan
Evans and Rev. R. N. Harris, of Coal-
dale; resolutions, llev. Thomas A. Bell,
Edward G. Heal and T. J. Winn.
And always have
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The Weston Mill Go.
THE GENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
IMPRINTED ON EACH CIGftR.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's
Court House Square.
PERMANENT CURE OF
Xew Jlctuod. Examination Free.
MAN RUPTURE CORE CO., URL,
203 Washington Avenue.
Ti'.llip Morgan left last night for New
a is. John livaiis. of llhode Isluud, is
visaing menus on tliu West Side.
captain John Montgomery Ward, of the
New York club, and E. O. Murphy spent
yesterduy Ashing In the vicinity of Lake
I 11' I.
.Mr. and Mrs. Tallle Morgan, Mr. and
Mrs. Ji. T, Jcyne and Miss Emma llriind
Kgo ntteni.ed the wedding of Miss Lota
(.vans ai i,UKe Ariel yesterday,
Key. ,eorge Lorlmer. who preached
ii; o .j i-rnn avenue enured lust MiMit,
sustained a severe slrulii of the ankle
while stepping from a. cab in Pitlhuiclphia
on Tuesday, but wus able to deliver his
M i l lOIl
.Mr. nnd Mrs. I!. il. Morirnn. Mr nnd
Mrs. Cleorgo L. Zerfass, Mr. and Mrs. Mllo
.i. nsou, mi: ntm airs. A. 11. Eytion. .Mr.
and Mis. Hurry F. Evans, of Salt Lake
i ity; .Misses isnto Johns, Anna Morgan,
. r. Long nnd Hay Morgan will leave
today for Lake Wiuolu In search of
MONK JL'lXiMKMS KXTI-RF.I)
Totul Amount of Those Now Tiled Against
nut t in io., .yj..Jiu.stl,
Attorney George 1). Taylor, nctltiR as
trustee lor me creditors of Henry
i.imiii u., yesieruay entered up
judgments amounting to $12,000 against
the llrm and had executions Issued on
tliem, which were placed In the hands
of the sheriff. Phelps, Dodge & Com
pany also gave the sheriff an execution
Issued on a judgment for $404.21. On
these exeutinns Dputy Sheriff Ryan
closed find took possession of Uattiu &
co. s naruwnre stove, on Penn avenue,
Last .Saturday Mrs. E. Emtllne Hat-
tin entered tip a judgment of $l(i,140
against the llrm and on Monday the
W heeling Steel and Iron company en
tered another of JS75.3S. This makes
the total u mount of the Judgment thus
far entered f ."J,3i9.ri!i.
Scranton's Hnsincss Interests.
THETKllirNKwtll soon publish a cave
fully compiled and cliissllled list of the
leading wholesale, hanking, manufactur
ing and professional Interests of Scranton
Biul vlPlnltv. The edition will he bourn
In book form, beautifully Illustrated with
pnoioKt-avure views or our public Dull'l
lugs, business blocks, streets, ete.. to
Rether with portraits of lending citizens
lo similar work has ever given an equal
representation ot Hcrnnton's many In
dustrles. It will be an Invaluable exposl
tion ot our Dimlnesg resources. Bent to
persons outside the city, copies of this
handsome work will attract new comers
end be an nncu.iialcd advertisement of the
city. The circulation . Is on a plan that
cniinoi iau or goon results to those con
cerned as well us the city nt large. Kep
resentatlves of THK TKIHHN li will call
upon TlKWtl'i MlOHK NAM KS' are Tt
HIKED In this edition anil explain Its na
lure mere' fully.
Those eslring views of their residences
In this 'Itlon will please leave notice at
Men's grlln slippers for 48c. A dend bar
gnln at tho b uros . spot chhIi shoe store.
Lev. J. P. Davies, sperintendent of the
Kdwardsdale school, rend a thoughtful
and instructive paper on the teacher's
duty to his class. The inspiring hymn,
Onward Christian Soldiers." wassung.
and then "The Advantage of Local
Sunday School Unions" was discussed
by Rev. J. U. Evans, of ForeBt City, in
an able manner.
Discussion on the Question "In Re
gard to the Teachers," was lead by W.
u. i nomas, ot West Plttston. An in
teresting talk was given by Fred Rey
nolds. A greeting from the Northwest
ern association, now in session, was re
ceived by telegram. Revs. Thomas
Hell and Howell Davies were appointed
as a committee to answer It.
'lite delegates reassembled nt 1:M
o'clock and thirty minutes was devoted
to devotional exercises, Rev. R. X. Har
ris read passages from the scripture,
and Rev. Smith prayed. Tho constitu
tion was read and a few changes were
made. Rev. A. K. Ferris presented the
following resolutions, which were
Resolved, That we. tho SundavSchool
union of the Wyoming association, as
sembled Oct. 17, 18!4, request that the
Christian Endeavor societies of the
union send a delegate to the Sunday
school convention. Furthermore, be It
Resolved, That the committee allow
them one hour on the programme.
'cw Officers Chosen.
The committee on nomination then re-
polled and the following otlicers were
elected for the ensuing term: Pvesi
dent, W. Or. Thomas, West Plttston;
vice-president, Rev. Edward (". Heal,
Wilkcs-Rarre; secretary, John Thomas,
if Lansford; treasurer, W. T. Smith, of
Wllkes-Harre; executive committee,
Rev. J. F. Matthews, John E. Jackson
and John E. Quigley. The following
resolution was presented by the secre
tary and adopted:
Resolved, That we, the pastors and
delegates of this convention, heartily
express our thanks to the Ladles' Aid
society for their generous hospitality
In providing so well for us, also the
Plymouth church members und pastor
for the kindness we linve received in
their homes, and furthermore we
desire to express to Miss Lillian
und Agnes Joseph and Professor Lloyd
our high appreciation of their musical
servces, and hereby tender to them
our sincere and hearty thanks.
The association placeB on record the
proceedings here, which have been so
fully and correctly reported by the
daily press of the city, and to the sev
eral papers we extend our sincere
Rev. J. E. Lauer, of iLansford, spoke
on the "Sunday School Superintendent.'
His excellent address was followed by
discussion, after which Nathan Evans,
of Wllkes-Rarre, gave un address on
"Nicodennts, the Earnest Student of
Truth." Mr. Evans is on earnest
speaker, nnd handled his subject In a
munner which showed his insight to
the liible. In the evening a song ser
vice was held, after which Rev. D. L.
Davies, of Edwardsvllle, delivered a
sermon, choosing as his subject,
"Christ, the Teacher." The discourse
was followed by addresses on the work
of the society by pastors and lnymen
of the district,
Romarkea tiy R. C. Joiner, of Allen P,
O., Hillsdale CO., Mien.: "Nothing gave
my rheumatism surn quick relief ai
Dr. Thomas' J'Iclectrlo OH believe It In
fu libit Tur rueumauci.
Scranton's Heavy Weight Kloven Hod No
TrouWo In Preventing the Plouccr City
Hoys from Scoring.
The Scranton Foot Ball team simply
toyed with the Crescents, of Carbon
dale, In yesterday's game and won by
the large Bcore of 42 to 0.
The first touchdown was made b the
Scro.ntons in ten .'minutes. Conhery
got the ball and. plunged through the
ranks of the Crescents like a locomo
tive,. Decker kicked a goal very grace
fully and made the score fi to 0 In
Scranton's favor. When the ball again
went in play the Crescents, assisted
by the loose play of the home team,
succeeded In getting the ball danger
ously dose to the goul; but Zang's
superb tackling lost a touchdown for
Carbondale. Jiang made a gain of
eight yards, and by splendid interfer
ence the ball was carried to mid-field,
where McUouldrick caught it and per
formed the star play of the game, run
ning forty yards to the left lor a touch
down. Decker missed the goal when
he kicked and four notches were
added to Scranton's score. Time, 15
(iclhert und lloylnn Injured.
The next kick of the Crescents drove
the ball to the Scranton twenty-yard
line, it wus kicked back and In mld
lield the ball was tossed about for a
time. Fred Uelbert, of the home team,
and Boylan, of the Crescents, were In
jured and had to be replaced with sub
stitutes. Posner carilel the ball
twenty yards to the light. Dan Gel-
bert, with blood streaming from a cut
over his ee, dashed down the line
like a deer and brought the ball to the
tweuty-yurd line, Posner made an
other gain, McUouldrick assisted with
his splendid tackle work and Allen
gained a touch down. A missed goul
resulted from a strong wind that car
lied the ball to onu side. Score, 14-U;
time, l'i minutes.
The next kick was returned to the
four-yard line and kicked back into
midlleld. Here McGouldrick performed
the great feat of making a gain of 40
yards. He was tackled by Walsh, ot
.the Crescents, nnd Injured so that It
was feared he would be obliged to re-
tire from the game. The ball was kept
in play for a few minutes and Zung
broko through the center rush of the
Crescents for a touchdown. Mr. Col
lins, the Ktrong captainof the Crescents,
disgusted the spectators by his wrang
ling. Manager Cahlll told him bluntly
to proceed with the game or take his
men of' the Held. This had the effect
of cooling the impetuous and red-haired
captain, and ho went on without funnel-
udo. Jn less time almost than it would
take to tell how it was done, Scranton
secured another touchdown, the score,
18 to 0. When the first half ended, the
boll was In play.
Second Half Play.
The second half began in this way
Walsh caught the ball and started on a
lively run, but was ably tackled by
Walsh, of Cavbondale. McUouldrick
caught the ball and made a gain of 20
yards. The Crescents at this point
missed the only chance of a touch
down that came to them during the
game. Walsh caught the ball and had
a clear Held and a good start for a
touchdown, but he fell, and In the play
that followed. Scranton got the ball
back to the midlleld and scored a little
later on a touchdown by Mitchell.
Score, 22 to 0. The remainder of the
game wns loosely played and Scranton
had no trouble in rushing the ball to
the goal whenever the players pleased.
The score at the end of the second
half was 42 to 0, In favor of Scranton.
The features of the game were the goou
field idsiv and tackle work of Walsh
and Roylan, Carbondale, nnd McCould
rlck, D. Oelbert nnd Owen Walsh, of the
home team. R. J. Ueamlsh was referee,
Forbes, of Carbondale, umpire, and
Boland, lineman. The teams lined up
Mitchell center ..Lnrtiw
Zunif rlnht guard Hieuins
( onnory lei t guard R iveuberg
Kilbride rtelit tackle F. Boylan
Allen ! .left tackle ColHni.rapt
McUouldrick right end Hanson
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PROFESSOR SAHUEL DICKIE.
AT THE FROTHINGHAM TOOT.
WPWW Mmv m v at
LARGE LINE OF
In Blue and Black Box
Coats. Also a first
class stock of
ARTIN & DELANY
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
PoHiinr left end Jadwm
Decker, rapt quarter Cmno
I. (lelbert right half Walsh
Ftielbert left half E. Boylan
Thayer full back Brennan
NORTH END NEWS.
Attorney C. S. Woodruff Arrested for As
sault and buttery at the Instance of
.Mrs. Thomas llurtlll.
Attorney C. S. Woodruff was arrested
Tuesday night on a wurrant sworn
out before Alderman Williams churg
Ing him with ussatilt und battery.
He entered bull before Alderman Dono
van in the sum of 'M, Charles Dttpoiit
Ilreck becoming his bondsman. The
prosecutor, Mrs. Thomas Ilartil!,
claims that on Sept. 4 he removed her
household goods from one portion of
a house, which she claims to own,
and which he is acting as agent for,
Into another, and on Ort. 4 broke into
that part and endeavored to put her
goods into the street. She interfered
and wus thrown violently against the
door, nnd sa.s she would huve been
seriously injured had not the neigh
Serious Charges Against Stanton,
Thomas Stanton, of Parker street,
was arrested yesterday by Constable
Cole on a warrant sworn out before
Alderman Williams by ThomuH Har
ris, of Parker street. It charges Stan
ton with having assaulted Harris'
daughter. Stanton went before Al
derman Horan, waived a hearing and
entered bail In the sum of J:!00 for his
uppearunce at court. Michael Hughes
became his bondsman.
Nortli End Condensations.
Mrs. S. Crossman, of Benton town
ship, is visiting her son, C. S. Crossman
of Throop street.
George Dickerson, of the readv-pay
store, loft yesterday for Flanders. N
J., to attend the funeral of his brother!
The funeral of Mrs. William Warren
of Marlon street, will be held at her lata
residence this afternoon at 2:l!0 o'clock.
Interment will be made at Forest Hill
Henry Hltchings, Mrs, David II.
Price, Mrs. Thomas K. Jones nnd their
children, Mrs. Frank Zimmerman and
Mrs. Stevenson, who have been visiting
relatives in Wales for the last two
months, expected to sail yesteray on
the White Star line steamer the Ma
jestic. Luther Burdick, of Oreen Ridge
flrove, and Miss Kdith W. Pickett, ot
Main avenue, were united In marriage
yesterday at the residence of Rev. J.
W. Nicholson, of liinghamton, but who
was formerly of Scranton. The couple
were uccompanled by Miss Nellie
Pickett, a sister of the bride. After a
short visit with Mrs. Burdick's inothet
In this part of the city, they expect to
begin housekeeping in Green Grove.
GALLEY SLAVE AT ACADEMY.
Produced by an i:cellent Conipuny lie
fore a lair sicd Audience.
"The (Itilley Slave," one of the late
Burtley Campbell's greatest plays, was
produced ot the Academy of Music last
night by an excellent company before u
fair sized audience.
It Is a drama of Intense interest and
In lite presentation It received last night
the strong lines with which the drama
abounds were effectively pronounced.
Some of the clever people w ho were In
the cast last night were: Miron l.et
lingwoll, Carroll Daly, W. W. Allen,
.1 A. Addison. C. W. Goodrich, Misses
Ktlie Darling, Loduski luting, liarrieite
Sheldon, Lola Morrisse and Mary Stewart.
The Tulk of the low u
is Davidow Pros', bat-gains.
nlwnvH trade ut the S Bros, spot cash shoe
store, because they can save from inc. to
Sl.uu on every pair, iius Lackawanna aw.'
DID YOU SEE II ?
Libbey's Cut Glass.
WE ARE SOLE AOENTM.
lino - Pin
308 Lacka. Ave.
LOOK AT OUR GREAT VALUES FOR THIS WEEK:
ioo pairs all wool Muncv Blankets,
white and gray, worth $6,00, for
1 bale Comforters, full size, worth $1.75, for
50 dozen Ladies' Fast Black Fleeced Hose,
worth 75c., for
150 Children's Eiderdown Coats, trimmed with
Angora Fur, worth $1.98, for
We are fully prepared to meet the wants of
everybody in our
STYLES THE LATEST. PRICES THE LOWEST.
A LOCAL DR. PARKM RST.
. Littlo West Side News Notes.
Mrs. D. 11. Thomas' ladles' party
Inst evening In St. David's hall.
A pink social will be held In the Jack
son Street Uuptlst church on Friday
An oyster supper will be hold this
and tomorrow evenings In St. David's
Mrs. Kugene V. Fellows Sunday school
class will give an entertainment and
social In Men re' hall on Oct. 2.
Captain Snttthworth and wife, of the
Salvation Army, will attend Rooth's re
ception In New York on Monday.
Miss Williams, of Neath. Rradford
county, Is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Howell Harris, of South Main avenue.
The Mendelsshon Choral society, un
der the leadership of Professor John T.
Watkins, met last evening In St. David's
William Amerman, of Dunmore, and
Thomas Murray, of Minookn, will con
test for a prize of JIOO at a pigeon
match on Oct. 2X
The regular semi-annual bnflqueit of
tho Chl-Upsilon society of the Wash
burn Street Presbyterian church, will
he held this evening at the home of
William Frink, on Washburn street.
The Cnmbro-Amertean Choral so
ciety rehearsed In Co-operative hnll
last evening for the Allentown Eistedd
fod to be held on Thanksgiving Day,
The competitive selection Is "We Nevet
Will Bow Down."
Camj) 17S, Patriotic Order Sons of
America, will give a reception this
evening In honor of their friends. The
affair will be held In their new lodge
room, nt 101 South Main avenue. Pro
fessors Hlnman and James R. Hughes
will deliver addresses.
The funeral of Mrs. John Young, of
Scranton street, occurred yesterday
morning nt 9 o'clock. A solemn high
mass of requiem was celebrated In St.
Patrick's church by Rev. Father
Dunne. Interment was mnde In the
Hyde Park cemetery. The pall bearers
were: Patrick Jordan', William Lease,
William Drew, John Brown, ThomaB
Hush and Maurice Qulnn.'. ,' .
' A rntillcatlon meting, which Is in
tended for opening the Republican cam
paign on this Bide, will be held next
Wednesday evening. In St. David's hall.
It was arranged by the Young Men's
leagua of the West Side. Dr.'W. A..
Constable Clark Has I rjprictors of Disre
putable Resorts Prosecuted -A .Midnight
Ueuring ut the Office of Aldennnn llorc.
If our city within the next few months
witnesses a crusade against the dens of
iniquity and shame nnd gambling hells
that flourish in the tenderloin district of
the town, mu(.h of the credit will be due
to Constable James X. Clark, of Belle
vue. the Dr. Parkhurst of Scranton.
On the morning ot Oct. 15 Mr. Clark
went before Alderman Hore, of the
Eighteenth wnrd, nnd swore out war
rants for the arrest of Mrs. Cluru
Welchel, Robert Davis, Cora Oliver ana
Charles Thiel, charging them with
maintaining bawdy houses. When the
constable who had the warrants went
to serve them, Mrs. Oliver could not be
found, but the others were nnd they ap
peared for a hearing at 11 o'clock Tucs.
When the moonbeams shone on Un
church Bteeples at midnight two closed
carriages were driven to the alderman's
ollice, on Kmmett street. They con
tallied the defendants and their at
torney, John M. Corbctt.
Alderman Hore was not well pleased
to preside on the bench of his court at
such an unseemly hour, but persuasion
succeeded in making him yield. Char
ley Thiol waived n homing and entered
ball to appear at court.
Mrs. Welchel and Robert Davis were
charged with being partners In thb
Bume "boarding house," and their cas&
was called for a hearing. Constable
Clark did not produce BUfllclqnt testN
mony to make tv case nguinst the de
fendonts, and they were dismissed, but
they paid the costs , lust the same.
The warrant against Thlel was sworn
out by John Gllbrlde, of the Kloventh
ward, and it Is the general Impression
that the case will be settled before it
goes to court. Those who were arrested
are outspoken In condemnation ot
the prosecutors In these cases.
Thev say it is not a desire
to see the law enforced that aul
Children's shoos 23e well worth 40c.
Kverythlng else on the same husls ut the
6 Pros', spot cash shoe store.
Again it becomes our duty to call at
tention to the dangerous condition of
the sidewalk on Drinker street. The
street commissioner should take this
matter up at once.
Mrs. P. Howard, of Avoca, is visiting
her mother, Mrs. McHale, on Kim
The Klckapoos will conclude their
series of entertainments in Odd Fellows'
hall Saturday night.
Mrs. O. S. Maloney Is visiting rela
tives In Xanticoke.
Rev. J. W. Williams has gone to York,
Pa., to attend the stnte convention of
the Young People's Society of Christian
John II. Ames, of Hawley, spent Mon
day in town visiting friends.
Job Hniley hns moved his family Into
Rurke & Gilligan's double house on
The trustees of the Methodist Epis
copal church have decided to remodel
their church, and will proceed at once
to canvass for funds.
The social given by the Episcopalians
nt the residence of Theodore Webber
last evening on Drinker street, was well
Politics are quiet in Dunmore.
I am prepared to receive a limited num
ber of pluno pupils. Kor terms, etc., nd
drcBS Richard R Lindsay,
Id Mulberry Street.
Or at Powell's Music Store.
Opera Olusscs for $1.50
for one day only. Davidow Pros.
The n Hros. are alwnvs clnd to see new
customers at their store, 5"8 Lackawanna
Gentlemen's Driving Club races Satur
day, 2 p. in.
Pillsbury's Beat 'makog best bread.
And as early in the
week as convenient.
The styles will be
right and prices moderate.
HASLACHER'S : MILLINERY
H. UNGFELD, SUCCESSOR. '
324 Lackawanna Ave.
Hard to, though, when you don't
wnkeup. Tlielx-at Alirm Clock
made i.the AN SON I A.
Clenrest nlitrm bell, ai'rurate.sltn.
ply mt, and It never fulls to wake
on tint initiate. And ana TIME
KKKPEK can't ho boat. .
We know some ftet $1.50.
Rexford Jewelry Co. j
WEICHEL & MILLAR,
116 Wyoming Avenue.
Ladies must have Large
Buttons on their shoes.
The sample in our ladies'
t 4 s
window is only one ot 200
styles that we have. They
have caught the public fancy
and are iroinir so fast that
we're compelled to order more.
lilauk und Miscellaneous Rooks,
Photograph and Scrap Albums,
Teacher and Futility Hibles, Pic
tures for Wedding Gifts, Gold
Pens, Fine Stationery and Writ
PRATT - STATIONARY STORE
312 Lackawanna Avsnpo.
YOUR vSHOE MAN,
410 Spruce Street.
We don't mrnn that detestnblo disease,
but the mitchoi that you will need
nvl-cn yon go tiway.
Our stock of hand HatchelH and grips
ninRe In price from
75c. to $18.
Tho Tmnk department covers, a whole
floor In our Lackawanna avenue. Htore.
Trunks from i.tHi to $i'. They ure ev
ery one worth the money uxked, too.
Look at our DrcsH Suit Cases
4I2 SPRUCE ST.,
205 LACKAWANNA AVE.
SCIENTIFIC EYE TESTING FREE
BY DR. SHIMBURQ
The (Specialist od the Kye. Hfadachm nnd Nervous
ncHS relieved. LutBt and lmpri ved Btyle of Ey
Itlan'ffi and Hpontacl-i at too Lowest Prices. Bi
Artificial Eyes In Her ted for US.
305 Spruce Street, Opp. Old Postofflce
"ON THE FENCE."
Poon be over the season for ridlncr. If
you want u bicycle now Is the time to Ret
It. Wo are clearing up all stock, and will
Klve you such a chance as you never had
icfore. Une ot our bargains,
. A Klrst-cluss. lllch Urude $1D0 Bicycle
Itrlinr your cush and GIST OFF THK
CLARENCE M. FLOREY
Successor to Florey & Holt,
133 FRANKLIN AVE.
We are now doinp a Keneral TJrui;, Paint
and till business at the above location,
dull nt,' the erection of our store bulldliiif
recently destroyed by lire.
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
Ol'R TKLEniONK CALL. NO.
All orders promptly tilled aud deltven
auy part of the city.
133 FRANKLIN AVENUE
the most Nobby aud up-to-date
line of Novelties for
Boys and Children ever
shown in Scranton.
Consisting of a Coat,
two Pairs of Pants and
a Cap of all wool mate
rial, warranted not to
rip, and double seats
and knees, at
Is won-) ing our Competitors.
Remember Our Gift to
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