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TIIK SCUAXTOX T;iIi;yKTTUJ-SlAV 3!OilNIN. Ori)UKU jjo, 1894.
Norton's New Store
115 Wyoming Ave.
:01d Republleau Jiuildlnn)
Entire New Stock
received since the fire,
which destroyed -all out stock
in the old store, Lacka. Ave.
in .cloth and leather bindings,
single vols, and full sets,
suitable for wedding and
Choice .Stationery for social
Mercantile Stationery, all
School 1 looks and School
Blank Account Hooks,
all sizes and all styles,
from Penny Book to Bank
Bibles, Prayer aud Hymn
All the Popular New Books,
in cloth and paper covers.
A Foe to Dyspepsia
And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE
TO THE TRADE BY
The Weston WW Co,
THE GENUINE POPUUR
HAVE THE INITIALS
G. B. & CO.
IMPRINTED ON EACH CIGftR.
Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's
Court House Square.
PERMANENT CURE OF
.Ml forms of Hornin a specialty. Wo'.l
known Scrniitou pliyBicmnsin cliarge.
GERMAN RUPTURE CURE Cd.LIB.,
203 Washington Avenue.
Mrs. John V. jioir la visiting her pa
rents in I'liiluilelnhiu. 1
Arjn 1 'dwell, of Clinton iilaoc, upont
.faiiii.uty in WilkeH-IJm-iv.
iJVT,' J' .Vj i"10?1''1 or ''arbon.lalp, vls
Itc'l Uif iiithediul lvsiUi'inw ,vcstnlH.v.
''',l,fe n";' Hp1- M. Howards' Pje
HHMKliiiB u f.-w days in Xw York i lly.
Attorney un,l Mrs. M. V. Snndn went to
, J 5 VM.1,'r'lav t0 "it nd Hie funeral of
Airs. huiKlo s ulster.
Mierirr John J. Knln-y whs takon wick
J-utunlny nlKhl and Is mmlm-il to his
liomi- on North Washington avi'iuir.
W. 10. I'cnno, who Is Kion.lliiw a few
days in the c ity, holds responsible posi
tion with the 1'ullmnr. far roinpuny jit
Kx-Jury f'ommlssioner Klein, who is
low teaehliiK srhool in Snsqiiehanna
?T?' W.L,M '" 5,H' ,;ltv yxtor'luy and at
tended the afternoon session of the
hoi'isiy tea,'hers' titute at tho court
LETTERS 1 ROMTlli; PEOPLE.
(fnder this heading nhort letters of in
terest will ho published when ueeompa
nled. for pnldKation, by the writers
name Tho Tribune will not be held ro
upoimlble for opinions here expressed.)
Air. lturkc nnJthc l rcc Text Hook 1)111.
Editor of The Tribune.
Slr-I have patiently waited, until all
theeyelonlefaetH have been presented bo
fore replying to Air. Burke's letter which
iippeured In the Truth, chantlnif ,,, ,
belnsc a "liar" and so forth. Since then
Mr. Kurkn has been hopelessly exposed
Hlr. to be a miner Is to be a poor man'
yet it does not substantiate the fact thai
thoiiRh he Is poor and Ignorant, he knows
nothing, and should not lake a part in
political discussions, lie has the snmo
right as M. T. Hurke or any other polit
ical JiiRtler of this kind to express his
opinion on the merits or demerits of a can
Uldate, whoever he may be.
Hlr, In regard to my letter of the 22d
tilt., 1 wish to slate thnt the sentiments
contained therein were sincere and gen.
nine, and were not written with the pur-
nose f.f ilfiliiir Inlii... .....
rather for the more laudable aim of
MUMikuiK dtinn it. r niT lor tne nenellt he
had confi-rreil on nio us a working man.
.Mr. Kdllor, who Is the proved "liar," M.
r. Hurke or myself? The facts have been
presented, the public can Judgo for them
selves. Mr. f T D.,..l. i ti ,
Trlend of the working class find at the
j ..... m mining vne epitneiH on an
noni-Ht workman who dared to express an
OlHllloil In thn mikll.. ............
Will tne honest-minded worklngm'en of
..... ..,,,,, ...Huiri cam uietr votes ror
this man that has been inibllclv and
lllSllV CXIinse.1' IMu .... ....! .. .1.1 .
". , - ' " ' " Hill, Ull.M
defamer of an honest woiklnginan; this
. h u riiuious 1 leinoeracy ! no:
they will not, If they know their own In
terest, us he who dares to trample ill... 11
the poor man, will ilnd. to his dismay, re-Hcntmcnl.-
bitter and uniiieiiehable. This
Hurke. Kir. has construed things to suit
himself, so that he could di hide his onn
Mlluency and gain their votes. Hut he
has been exposed, and It Is the duty of the
electors of the fourth legislative district
to hurl him Into oblivion, ami elect that
worthy young man, (.'. l, 0'Muii,.y.
George V. llowen, Wayne ove.
I nm prepared to twelve a limited num
ber of piano pupils. Kor terms, eto., ud
drcs Richard P. Undsay, .
822 Mulberry Street.
Or at Towell's Music Btore.
ON OTHER SIDE OF CHANNEL
- - . 1
Pussinii Uvcnts of the Day on tlic
West Side 'of the Citv Noted.
MK. AM) MRS. BVANS HONORED
Social in Their Honor at Home of Mr. unJ
Mrs. It. K. Hughes Intcrcstinj;
(iiinu of I'oot Hall Inner 11 1
of Cat rick Vlctning. .
A social was held last evening at the
home of .Mr. and Mrs. 1). K. llugh.'S.
"ti Division stivt. in honor of Mr. ami
Mrs. Hurry T. Kvans. of Salt 1-tiko
City. The evening was a inost elljuya
Ide one. (iiinifs ami tmisic furnlslied
iinich amusement for those present ami
Weil' continued until a lute hour, when
refreshments were served.
This is one of many receptions -which
iiavc been tendered .Mr. and Airs. Kvnns
during their few weeks slay here, and
each occasion brought many woot
''collections of g 1 old times when
Mr. Kvuiim was a resident here, twcpt.v
seven years ago. The' social last eveii
liif was no exception to the rule.
ClUXC UllCStloilS DlsCIIHMid.
A regular meeting of the Young Men's
Literary und Delntling society was held
last evening In the library room. A
discussion on lust Monday evening's
lecture 011 Milton by rt-ofjssof Spraguc
opened the programme. Tile question
Ijo. was then passed und among the
questions which Interested the members
Wiiie:"VIio was the belter Reneral In
the civil war. I.ee or Urant?" "Will the
use of free raw material benefit or be
detrimental to American .Interests?"
"Which Is the better-acting play of
Shakespeare, 'Hamlet' or King h ear?' "
The last question evolved into material
for a debate which will bo held two
weeks hence. Kmerson 1). Owen, John
1-M wards and W. A. lYlce will uphold
"Hamlet." und Myron Kvans, I). II.
Williams und Howard Davis will cham
pion the cause of "King Lear."
Cuitic of l oot Hull.
Number M and IS schools Indulged In
a game of foot ball at 1M.::u o'clock yes
terday morning. The game was called
to order by Kefereo Kmetvst Joseph.
The 1 eat tires were a .Vyard run made
by Waller Davles, of No. 14, and the
Interference mude by his team. Score,
Hi to 8 in favor of No. 14 school. Thy
teams lined up as follows:
no. 11. :o. m.
Moisi; center I'olhamiiB
I'. Coons. .....right half back...J. Thom.is
L. Lfuhter left half buck Millar
Williams right Krd..J. II. Thomas
Hhllllps left guard K. Hughes
Carsoii right tackle J. Hughes
Phillip left tackle J. Lewis
Ltuttler left end Williams
Martin right end ljal.
Davis full back Thomas
ToJJ in a l ew Lines.
Miss Harriet Tyler, of Montdale, Is
In the city attending the meeting of th"
The funeral of 1'atrick l'loming, of
Lafayette street, who died on Friday
morning ut Ids home, occtired estetday
morning nt i o'clock. The remains
were removed to St. I'ntrlck's chuti li,
wlU'iv a solemn IiIkIi mass of requiem
was celclirated by Kev. I'athirr liutine.
The church was tilled with the many
acquaintances of the deceased. The
Moral offerings were numerous und in
cluded many line tributes. Father
Whelun branch, Irish Catholic Hctievo
leiil union, of which -Mr. Fleming was
a member, attended. Interment Was
made In the Hyde 1'ark Catholic ceme
tery. Tho pall bearers were selected
from that organization.
l'ATTF.USOX .MAKLS DENIAL.
lie Disputes Statement .Made hy W, II.
Tuloron the SuinJ.
There was another hearing yester
day before Judge tlunster in Ihe In
junction case of the Silver Creek Min
ing company against l. K. Taylor, W.
W. Patterson and J. Alton Davis. The
testimony of Cieorge Ileitis, W. S. Hoyd,
jr., Harry W. Kingsbury, K. P. Kings
btirv. I'.eorge S. Harris, of 1'ottsvllle;
T. N. Hoyle und W. H. Tuylor was
heard and then complainants
Major 'Warren asked that the injunc
tion lie dissolved as to J. Alton Davis.
There was 110 opposition to tho request
and . Mr. 'livts. name was ordered
stricken fromt he case.
An exemplification of the records of
Schuylkill county showing that two
ejectment suits have been heijtin there
by the Silver Creek company for the
land now In dispute was offered In evi
dence. A. 11. Holmes and W. W. Pat
terson were then called for the defense.
Mr Patterson flatly contradicted the
greater vart of W. H. Taylor's
testimony, and said that In con
versations ' he had with that
gentleman concerning the Karp
tract nothing was said about the Silver
Creek company. Air. Taylor referred
to no one hut himself -when speaking
of theHP matters. Mr. Patterson was
under cross-examination when the
hearing was continued until today.
General Hooth's Scheme Kevicwcd hy Kev.
11. J. Williams, of Pcckville.
A meeting of the Baptist Pastor's
union was held nt the Penn Avenue
church yesterday morning, when , the
P.ev. 1). J. Williams, of Peokville, read
'i paper revlewitiK tho book and scheme
of General Hoolh for reaching "the
submerged tenth" of Kngland's popu
lation. . ;
General Hooth's scheme, wlilcn is en
titled "Darkest England and the Way
uut," Is well written, und the discus
sion of the general's st-heme yesterday
was hlRhly Interesting.
AN ALLROUND SAVANT.
Kev. Joseph Cook, the Boston Lecturer,
Has a HcmarknMc Range.
Perhaps no other man on the lecture
platform covers as wide a range of
subjects and treats them with such
keen analysis as Hew Joseph Cook, D.
D.. the lloston Monday lecturer, who
will deliver an address In the Krothlng
ham Thursday night of this week.
Ho Is said to.be bettor fitted to dis
cuss the problems which progress has
pressed uton the attention f this gen
eration than any other livlnff man.
liny the Weber
and get the best. At Ouernsey Bros
NORTH EXP BRIEFS.
A very large audience gnthered at
tho North Main Avenue Hapttst church
Sunday evening to hear the address on
Oliver Wendell Holmes by Hew W. (J.
Wutklns. He said that Dr. "Holmes
was born on Aug. ill, 1809, nt Cam
bridge, Mass., and died on Oct. 7 of this
year. The year 18ti was a remarkable
year in the history of this world,
Abraham Lincoln, Charles Darwin, Al
fred Tennyson and William 10. (Hud
stone huving hfen born 1b It, all of
whom are now dead except Mr. Glad
stone. Dr. Holmes began his educa
tion at Phillip's academy and finished
In Harvurd university when he was
about 20 years old. graduating In the
same class ns Dr. S. H. Smith, the au
thor of our national hymn, "Our Coun
try 'Tls of Thee.". He afterward
studied law for a year nt Harvurd, and
the next year took up the study of
medicine, which was his favorite. He
began to write poetry very early, even
when he was In the academy, and when
ut Harvurd contributed a number of
articles to the college papers. At the
uge of 21 he wrote "Old ironsides,"
which he published In the Boston Ad
vertiser, but which was copied by near
ly every paper in the land, thus instant
ly bringing him Into national repute,
iir. Watklns hoped that the lime would
soon corne that the young people 01' his
church would organize n society for tho
purpose of reading the works of tho
best authors of the world, us hcthotight
that the pure iunguagc used in them
could not but make them the bett-r for
huving studied it.
1H XMflKK DOhftS.
Mrs. N. Ferguson is visiting at Avoca.
Mrs. M. McDonnell Is visiting in Phil
adelphia. Stanley Cain spent Sunday at his obi
home in Hav.iey. .
Airs. Ann Fox Is danger, mslv ill nt
her home nt No. 7.
James Klrwin, .r Olyphant, is visit
ing friends in town.
Air. and .Mrs. Kdward Atigwin, Jr.,
are visiltn-r in Hawley.
Airs. Isaac liuii. r, of Cherry street,
is conllned to her home by Illness.
Albs Maggie Duggan has returned
from a two months visit at lOrie, Pa.
The Democrats held a big rally at
Temperance hall Saturday evening.
The Tribune and all other leading
papers utv for sale at T.udwig's dru:,'
William Eden spent Saturday in
ilkes-liartv isitlng his brother, John
Frank Stevens has purchased the
Winters homestead on Green Kidge
Air. and Airs. James N. Crosby and
son liiuiry. of Philadelphia, are visiting
in to 7
George W. Durshinier, of George
town,' spent the latter part of last week
Air. and Mrs. S. G. Jackson, of
Drinker street, have returned home
from a wockV visit in the country.
Air. and Airs. Thomas Hall, of Prico
burg, are visiting at the residence of
Hali Thornton, on Drinker street.
The Turnpike company are . muking
much needed improvements on Drinker
street, hear Spencer's Coal company
Fresh oysters received daily at Pal
Kev. J. W. Williams preached an In
teresting yermon to the Patriotic order
Sons of America last evening. Thiri
order is composed of aggressive mem
bers that are trying to build up the
Harry Hockciidorf, of the Kile und
and Wyoming Valley railroad, a lire
nun, hud Ills hand crushed while coup
ling his engine to a caboose.
Frank Sanders, of West Plttston. has
moved Into John Shaffer's house on
Cherry street. Air. Sanders Is 1111 em
ploye of the Penn Coal company.
George Crabb, a brc.keman mi the
Erie cud Wyoming Valley railroad, had
his lingers pinched between the binnp
trs v.hll" coupling cars at No. 0
The residence of Henry Webber, on
Center street, waa the scene of a pleas
ant gathering Saturday evening. Air.
Webber gave u very pleasant entertain
ment with his eclipue magic lantern.
Alany beautiful views were shown.
Those given of tilt' mines and coal min
ing were cspecialy Interesting,
IT IS A 11 NE COMPANY.
I itcle Tom's Cabin Chen tin l:ecllent
Presentation ut Havls' Theater.
"I'ncle Tom's Cabin" was presented
to a large audience at Davis' theater
yesterday and was heartily appreci
ated. The company is one of the larg
est that has performed at this popular
theater, and the old story is made as
fresh as ever in their presentation. Tho
diaint'.tizatlou is entirely n-w and the
interest is maintained throughout.
Speciul mention should be made of
AiliiS Daisy Alarkoe as Topsy' and 111!
Fuiiong as I'ncle Tom. There is no
doubt that, to those Interested In this
wonderful story, a real treat Is provided
for them by Manager Davis and an op
portunity will be given during the en
tire week to those who are anxious to
see this excellent company.
t'tii'ej ut 75 Years of Age.
Aluy 25. ISt. I.
I am a man of seventy-five yeurs of age,
Hid for the past thirteen years have been
a sufferer from rheumatism. I cuuld not
walk without canes, and It was only by
iheusu of hot applications that 1 could ob
tain any rest ut night. 1 have taken
three boxes of Dr. Potter's IthHimalle
Pills and can now walk without euties.
The pain has all left me, and I feel as Well
as ever. 1 also had what the doctors pro
nounced a cancer 011 my face, which had
been removed, leaving u hard lump. The
pain in that was 11 11 bearable but since
taking the pills (be pain lots ail lelt that
too. 1 highly recommend tlieni to ail who
suffer as 1 did.
J. S. Alills, Shortsvllle, X. V.
Dr. Potter's Kheumatic Pills are a rad
ical cure for P.heuniHlIsm, lullaminatory
Rheumatism. Gout, Uheumatlc Gout, both
acute and chronic, and ull diseases de
pending upon or having their origin In
the uric end diathesis. Price $l.im a box.
For sale by Matthews Hros. Wholesale
Shoes for the Rising (Icncratiou.
While attending the Institute, teachers
should visit the well known and reliable
shoe dealers, Lewis, Itellly & Davlis, 111
Wyoming avenue, who have made spe
cial efforts to please those who Instil
knowledge Into the minds or the rising
generation. A most superb line of Fall
and Winter footwear is shown, and ll
will pay to cull and see the slock.
H. LANGFELD, SUCCESSOR. '
324 Lackawanna Ave.
' ' i WEAllE SHOWING A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW LINE OF
50 inches wide,
$1.25. ; Also, Two-Tone Diagonals, 50 inches
wide, in the new Lincoln Green, Mode
j ' and Blue' Grev Shades.. " ,
MERR5 & IflGEN
NEWS OF THE SOUTH SIDE
Listtniiiji to the Voice of the Siren J
Leil Siiiirc rolliinl Astruj.
HASG0XB TO 1'AMS INKNOU'nJ
His Wife Spoiled a .Meeting Itctuecn Him
and the Charmer-Caught on the
l aves-(jetting Heady to Kan
Curs to .Vtunsic.
It Is the old story of a week minded
man and a more or less charming
woman, the discovery of the Intimacy
by the angry wife, and Might to escape
well merited wrath. Squire Pollnrd
lived with his wife and family ut 1X11
Pltit'ton nviiiue until last Thursday.
He is well known oil tho South Side,
liHVlIng for three years been employed
at the Saunuolt silk mill as night
watchman. Ho was discharged seven
weeks ago. and It has since developed
that the cause of his downfall was a
young woman named Hlehards, who
is marrjed, but has not lived with her
husband In four years.
Air Pollard, to u Tribune reporter
last night, related the following story:
She had been told by some of her
neighbors that Pollard and the lllcli
ards woman were not demeaning them
selves as the laws of propriety would
Insist. On several occasions she saw
that the actions of her husband fully
justified the stories of scandal, and It
was not until Thursday thnt she was
able to catch her husband In a coin
promising way. She learned thflt he
had an appointment with the woman
and determined to outwit them. She
went to the trysting plne ahead of
her husband and there found the
woman in waiting. A hair pulling
match ensued, but Pollnrd did not ap
pear and has not since showed tip at
Workman's Narrow Lseupe.
One of tho slaters employed at the
new building on the corner of West
Plllston avenue and Kim street had a
fortunate escape from death yesterday
morning. The scaffolding on which lie
was standing broke beneath him and he
caught the caves of the house, hanging
there with llrm tenacity until a ladder
was pushed up to him. He Is a German
In the employ of Schmidt Hros.. slaters.
Not over a week ago another workman
had such another escape, but, as in this
case, lie caught before falling.
Another Trip Yesterday.
The Traction company oflkials made
another trip over the roud to Aiooslc
yesterday and will make another to
day. The purpose of these trips is to
guage the time required to run a cur to
Atoosle. so that the schedule may be
arranged and everything got In readi
ness to open the road for business. It
is understood that curs will be run to
the Aiooslc depot until such time ns
the crossings are put 111 and the road
opened for more extended traflic. The
road bed from Greenwood to Aiooslc is
tlic linest on any of the lines of the
South Side Jottings.
Thomas lloye, of littslon avenue, Is
South Side Turners conducted a ball
and concert last night ut Natter's hall.
The concert of tin. Srrttnton Suenger
rtinde society will be hold tomorrow
night at Natter's hall.
Rose Kaeder. tile 7-vear-old child of
William Itaeder, of Fig street, fell yes
terday and fractured her collor bone.
The fiim-ial of Airs. Ann Downes, of
Irving avenue, will be held this morn
ing at 9 o'clock. Interment will be
made In Dunniore Catholic cemetery.
The essay on politic delivered by T.
J. Coyne, of llreck street, ut the insti
tute meeting Sunday afternoon was a
painstaking and eloquent effort, and
lias received favorable mention.
St. Paul's German Kvungellcal con
gregation of Prospect avenue opened
Its fair last night at the church unci
started out very uusplcloiisly. There
was a large attendance and a profitable
business was done.
The lhUinji Park
lots will be opened to the public some
day next week. The dute will be given in
Tribitn later. Hest facilities offered,
such ns street railways, gas and water,
etc. Wntch Tho Tribune for the dale of
(f) Frampil Picture latest sulijucts,
in lK-nutifnl Etching. Krfrraviii(n
nml Heal Freui-li Fnc-Siniiles. Tho
Frame MnUr hnd to have money.
N e hought the lot at our prioo mid
mark them on Ihoy will uuirkly
move out. Over 2(10 bIvos of frame
Wo only quota a f(w:
l:;xl(l White ana Hold 19c
HxJ2 White nml (told or Solid Oak 49c
'.Di-.'t Solid Oak 69c
Ulx White and Hold 98c
Rexford Jewelry Co.
Blank and Miscellaneous Hooks,
I'hototraph ami Scrap Alliums,
Teacher and l'atnily bMhlos, Pic
tures for Wedding (lifts, (luld
Pens, Fine Stationery and Writ
PRATT - STATIONARY - STORE
312 Lackawanna Avenue.
ods in If
for 79c; they
CITY'S DEATH RATI'.
Mortality, Keport Shows a Very Pro
Last week witnessed a lilecr.aso in
the city deulh rate proportionate to the
week . preceding. Only seventeen
deaths resulted from all causes, al
though during Seiitember and early
October from twenty-live to thirty
deaths occurred weekly.
During the last week the number of
new cases of contagious diseases was
unusually large, there being f, of ty
phoid fever. 2 of scarlet fever and 7 of
diphtheria-. Twti deaths resulted from
the latter disease.
ON Thursday, Friday,
Saturday and Satur
day night, Nov. i, 2
and 3, wc will have on exhibi
tion for your inspection the
largest line of Lamps aud Silk
Shades ever shown in this
city. Come and bring your
WEICHEL & MILLAR,
116 Wyoming Avenue.
liccutisc the Children Wear
Out lots of shoes, Imt drop iu
and look at our "OH lioiIKOlit"
shoes for misses and rhildreu.
And when the childicu are
wearing out shoes it?s prelty
sure they don't need medicine
Then Again Our
Shoes Are Clietiper
Those (HI Doilgokls'' are
Iho kind that have good soles,
throw oft' water and give you
about 10 in service for
Laeo or Button. Ladies'
Shoes in tho same quality.
YOUR SHOK MAX,
410 Spruce Street.
TO HAVE RAIN-
In plenty this Tall and we
have the Mackintoshes to
They arc waterirunfs tliat
are waterproofs and we i;iiar
a n tee iliem.
Prices to suit every taste
Trunks and Has.
205 LACKAWANNA AVE.
ROOF TINNING AND SOLDERING
All lon tuviiy with lv tho tisp of HART
.MAN'S I'ATKNT 1 'AIN'T, which consists
of IniiivilleiitM well-known to nil. It cun ha
applied to tin, imlvunlxrtl tin, Hhcct Iron
roofH, bIho in luic k ilwelinits, which will
prevent itlwnluMy nny riuinhllnK, crook
liiK or liroakliiK of the brick. It will oni
hint tlnniiiK of any kind by ninny yearn,
und It's cost iloe not exceed one-lil'th thnt
of thn cost of tlnniiiK. In fold by tho job
or iimiiin. v oiv.uicis lam-n ny
ANTONIO HAltT.MAWN, fc7 Birch St.
are good value at
415 Lack. Ave.,
Worn Today is the
l-Iacle from a fine imported
MARTIN & DELANY,
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
308 LACKAWANNA AVE.
5 pieces, 6o-inch wates-proof Cravencttc, in
black and navy, worth S2.00, for - 1.69
10 nieces. ;i-ineli Storm Srrtnv in Mrirl- nnr
X 7 J I ' O ' -'.v
navy, worth $1.00, for -
50 dozen Children's Corset Waists in white and
drab, worth 50c., for -
100 dozen Ladies' Woven Corsets in drab tan
and white, worth 59c., for
See Our Styles and
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
5CRANT0N AND WILKES
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Office: SCRANTON, PA.
'ON THE FENCE.'
Soon 1 over tho nouson for rljini?. If
you want u blcyrlt- now iH th lime to Ret
It. Sv in clearing up all Mock, and will
Klvo you kucIi a chiuic hh you never ha'l
bffori". One of our bart!nliiK.
A Klrrt-iluss, HlKh liiauV J1.7) P.icy?lo
Hrlni; your caih ana GET OFF TUB
CLARENCE M. FLOREY
Sucfcssor to Florey & Holt.
r f v ''
REMEMBER Our Gift to the Boys, a Scholars'
Companion, fully equipped, and Book
Strap combined, FREE..
137 AND 139
fc Hi m H
Kersey Blue and Black.
308 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Prices Before Buying.
- BAR RE, PA., Manufacturers of
133 FRANKLIN AVE.
We are now doing a if-nernl Dniff, Point
and Oil busim-oH ut tin uoovr locution,
dm-lntf the rrevdon of our xtoje building
recently destroyed by iir
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
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