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THE SCIJAXTON TlUBLJC-TlIL'lDAV MOUN1XU. .NOYIIMUEU 1, 1894.
Norton's New Store
115 Wyoming Ave.
(Old Republican Building)
Eutire 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 Books and School
Blank Account Books,
all sizes and all styles,
from Penny Book to Bank
Bibles, Prayer and Hymu
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 Hill Go.
HAVE THE INITIALS
G. B. &CO.
IMPRINTED OW EUCH CIGAR.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mf r's
Court House Square.
PERMANENT CURE OF
All furni9 of Hernia a specialty. Well
kuowu Scruuton physicians in charge,
GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO., LIB!.,
203 Washington Avenue.
Dr. C. E. Foster, of Honesdale, was In
the city lust evening-.
Uwilym A. Williams, of tho Republican,
was a visitor at PiUstou yesterday.
Editor I,uthrope. of the Carbondale
Loader, was in tho city last evening.
Thomas E. Price, of South Slain ave
nue, returned yesterday from New York
Slg-. Roos, of Roos' market on Pine
street, has returned after a short visit
in New York.
Orgunlst Oeorse Carter loft last even
ing lor Hurtulo, where he will remain
Thomas Jlfklns will resume his duties
at tho ticrunton cash store today lifter
being laid up a couplo of months with a
Mr. Ross, the mechanical engineer of
the Smith Heutlng and Ventllutlng com
pany, of Boston, is in the city and su
pervising the placing of the company's
appliances in the new No. 27 school build
ing. Buy tho VVebcr
end get the best. At Guernsey Broa
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE.
(Under this hendlng short letters of In
terest will be published when accompa
nied, for publication, by the writer's
name. The Tribune will not be held re
sponsible for opinions here expressed.)
llullcy-Hatlibonc Concert Is Off.
Editor of The Tribune. .
Sir Miss Marie Louise Ballcv was rep
resented to us ax a finished artist of the
first quality. She presented translations
of foreign testimonials und criticisms
from great authorities, and newspupers
of known repute, placing her in the front
rank of concert pianists. On the strength
of these we engaged her for n. series of
concerts, advertised her at considerable
expense and felt perfect confidence in be
ing able to give Scranton music lovers a
most satisfactory entertainment.
At her debut Tuesday night In Car
negie Music hall. New York, she mudo
a miserable failure and proved beyond
question, that there was something very
irregular about the testimonials she pre
sented. She received most uncomplimen
tary criticisms from all the reliable New
,ork papers, and a member of our firm
who was tfresent could only endorse
olr opinions. We could not. In Justice
ourselves and mo musical advanee
nt of our city. In the furtherance of
Ich the Di'Olect was evolved, allow the
oductlonof an entertainment not nearly
10 me sianuai a we had claimed for it.
the managers of the Home for the
lendless, which was to have been the
neficlary, we wish to tender our sincere
grets, but feel assured that it Is far
tier to have the affair droimed wlth-
ut a greater disaDuointment than to let
t go on In a manner that mlirht interfera
,vlth the success of some future nrnHen.
tatlon of a truly meritorious entertain
ment. To the musical public we can onlv thank
those who came forward with their liberal
patronuge, and apologize to all for having
raiseu auuciimuou 01 an enjoyanie enter
tainment we cannot fulfill. The money
for the seats already sold will be refund-
d upon presentation at our store.
224 Wyoming avenue.
T rm nrenared to receive a limited num.
er of piano pupils. For terms, etc., ad-
iress ttirnara r. Lanctsay,
I vxs Muitierry Street
1 Or at Powell' Muulo Store.
ON OTHER SIDE OF CHANNEL
1'usMng Events of the Day un the
West Side uf the Citv Noted.
OBSERVANCE OP HALLOWEEN
Large Number of Social Invents at Which
Divcrsious Appropriate to tho Mut
Took I'luco-Supper at Simpson M
I. Church-Other Notes.
Last evening was Halloween and It
wan observed by numerous soclul
events In this part of the city. The
ubiquitous youth who bobs up serenely
on this eventful night appeared with his
cabbage roots and many doors of
prlvute residences received hard knocks
from these remnants of vegetation. The
much enjoyed pastime of ducking for
apples and other diversions sacred to
the night were indulged In.
The young ladles of the Plymouth
Congregational church gave a pleasing
entertainment In the church last even
ing. Tho auditorium wus tastefully
trimmed with flowers and flags. Rev.
Thomas A. Bell, the pastor, was chair
man. The programme opened with a
sweet selection by a male quartette,
which was followed with a recitation
by Miss Viola Roderick. Miss Lydla
Sailer, the well known soprano, ren
dered a solo. An unique feature was a
tableau entitled, "The Three Fates."
The stage settings were exquisite.
Those who represented the fates were:
Misses Owiadya Joseph, Jemima Jones
and Carrie Harwln. Then followed a
recitation by Miss Portia Jones. A vocul
solo was rendered by David Stephens,
and a violin solo by Will Jones. The
second tableau, entitled "The Lute,"
disclosed to view Miss Gwludys Joseph
poised gracefully upon a pedestal with a
lute In her hand. This feature won
great uppluuse. Mlsa Lily Joseph and
Lydiu Sailer sang a duet, and Charles
Ciidwgan recited. After a solo by Miss
Hattle Evans, the tableau "Uordicea"
was presented. A social was held ut
the close of the programme.
A large number of young people
(fathered at the home of Miss Etta
liurlte uu Ninth street lust evening,
where a Halloween party was held.
The rooms had been neatly decorated
with chrysanthemums und uutuinu
leaves. The bevy of young people en
joyed themselves immensely by playing
games and other umusernents. After
several hours enjoyment, refreshments
A Halloween party was tendered
Miss Annie Williams at her home on
West Lackawanna avenue lust evening,
A large number of young people as
sembled and the evening was a most
enjoyable one. Games and music wen
enjoyed until a late hour, when refresh
mcnts were served.
Mrs. John Morris, of Kelser avenue,
entertained a large number of friends
at her home last evening. The occa
sion was a prlvute social given under
ti'.e auspices of the Ladles' Aid Society
connected With the Jackson htreet Bap
tist church. An enjoyable time was
Miss Minnie Reese, of Juckson street,
entertained many friends by giving a
sccini at her home lust evening.
vcrv enjoyable time was had. Dancing
and games were among the features of
the evening and were continued ror
many hours. Refreshments were served
Supper This K veiling. .
The first of a series of Initial suppers
will take place this evening In the par
lors of the Simpson Methodist Episco
pal church under the auspices of the
ladies whose names begin with the
letters A, 11, C, D or K. A line musical
and literary programme has been pre
pared and will be given immediately
after the supper. The public is invited
to be present and enjoy the good things
which are in store for ull those who
attend. Supper from 6 to 8, followed by
the entertainment at the close or me
latter. Ice cream and- cake will be
Building Soeiety Organized.
ttopti' nf men n sHpmblod on TUfiS
day evening in the parlors of Fairchlld's
v,,,f,.i f,.r thr. mirixise of organizing a
brunch building and loan society. It is
termed the Mutual uuaraniee iiuuuing
and Loan society, and the headquarters
.. t i,u,i..ii,liln Oriraiilzatiun was
M. '.'-'- f - r,
perfected by W. E. Towns. The officers
of the local brancn are: rresiuem,
George P. Eynon; vice president, Will
in it ThnpiimiM MKcretarv. T. Fellows
Mason: treasurer, (luorge W. Jenkins.
Other members of the society are: w.
Ucach, James Eaton, udwara J. L-eon
Stsrner. S. E. Coons and Thomas
Brief Notes of Interest.
Mrs. II. S. Brown, of North Sumner
avenue, is very 111.
David Argus, of Lafayette street, has
returned from Mooslc.
Harry Eakln, of Philadelphia, was a
visitor on this side yesterday.
The roof of the Masonic building on
Vorth Main avenue is being repaired.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Evans have
returned to their home in Salt Lake
City after a visit with friends here.
The condition of Mrs. David Jones, of
Roland avenue, who Is suffering from
blood poisonljiK, 18 considered aangei
An Initial social will be given this
evening In the Simpson Methodist
Episcopal church under the auspices of
the Ladles' Aid society.
The funeral of the infant child of Mr.
and Mrs. Owen Callahan, of Twenty
second street, took place yesterday af
ternoon. Interment was made In the
Hvde Park Catholic cemetery.
The public will please take notice
that Fred Reynolds, formerly In busi
ness on Lafayette street, has moved
Into more commodious apartments at
206 North Main avenue. Throughout
the day and evening of Saturday, Nov,
3. he cordially invites all his old pat
rons and friends, as well as the new, to
visit his place, and examine his new
stock of paints and paper, oil cloths,
lace and sash curtains, curtain poles
nd sash rods, window shades, mould
Ings, etc. Special prices for the day.
v.. P. Bone has removed to Scranton
William Haggerty left for New York
Fresh oysters received dally at Palm
William Freeman, of Owego, X. Y.
Is visiting friends In town.
Captain John C. Delaney, of Harris
burg. Is visiting friends In town.
H. M. Spencer and Luther Wert will
spend today hunting at Dalevllle.
Mrs. Martin Bold and daughter, of
Waverly, spent Monday with friends In
Mrs. J. S. Smith, of Lake Ariel, is
visiting her son, Lee Smith, on Mill
James O'Hnra will engage In the
meat business corner of Chestnut and
A lurge number of Dunmore people
will attend Joseph Cook'-s lecture at the
Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Joseph Hull,
of Olyphant, visited at Henry Beyea's,
on Smith street, this week.
Mrs. James Garvey, of Wllllamnport
Is visiting her daughter, MrB. P, J
Horan, on Chestnut street.
p. J. Conway, of New York city, was
In town Tuesday attending the funeral
of his niece, Miss Annie Conway.
The Italian who did the shooting at
Throop some time ago has been caught,
He was committed to Jail last night,
Every -day. we bear complaints by
people living between the Dunmore
Corners and Scranton about the cur
being taken off the Peoples' line.
The Spencer Coal company have put
on several extra watchmeiT on their
breaker. It is reported that threats
have been mude to burn the breaker.. '
The Loyal legion will hold exhibition
at Odd Fellows hall Wednesday cvon-
ng, aov. 7. Several prominent speak
ers will be present. A general lnvlta-i
tlon Is extended to all to be present.
utto Brenner. Wi am Ou nlln.
Charles Mowery and Michael Early will
spend today on a hunting expedition to
imievuie. rney expect to spend the
latter part of the day Ashing.
L,orenz Andrews, of Mill street, died
Tuesday evening, Oct. 30. Mr. An
drews was 73 years of age. The funeral
will be held Friday afternoon nt 2
o'clock at the residence of his snn-in-luw,
Mr. Bogart. Interment in Dun
The Republicans will hold a D-i-nnd
rally Saturday night at Odd Fellows
hall. Distinguished speakers are ex
pected to be present. Everv effort will
be made by those having the meeting
a ..-uHixr io mane it the most interest
ng political meetlnir ever hnlri In tv...
Thomas Luton, of Cheat nnfr at t
who has been ill of consumption for a
long time, died vesterd.iv f ti-t.. .. n
The funeral will be held Saturday af
ternoon at 2.JU at the Episcopal cbprch.
Mr. Luton leaves a widow and four
children. He was a member of Pride
of the Valley CuBtle, Knights of the
Golden Eagle, and the Sons of St.
George of this town.
NORTH EXP XQTES.
Mrs. George R. Clark, of Main ave
nue, Is seriously 111. .,
Silas E. hite und L. Woodworth ex
pect to open a general murket In the
Rogers building this morning.
The R. F. Social club held a Hal
loween party ut the home of Ray
Brighton, ou Putnam street, lust even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grltfln enter-
tulneda number of their friends at their
home lust evenng.
A meeting of the Renuhllcnn r-lnh whs
held in J. J. Clark's cigar store last
evening, ut which forty additional
names were enrolled.
A Halloween party was held at the
esidence of Samuel Ouklev. of Deacon
street, last evening, nt which a large
number were present.
Mrs. E, B. Reynolds, of Sanderson
avenue, entertained the members of the
Ladies' Aid society of the Asbury Meth
odist Episcopul church yesterday after
noon at a tea.
The F. P. 1). V, Soclul club will meet
In O'Mulley's hall tonight. The club is
composed of the young men of this
part or the city and is in a very pros
Mr. and Mrs. Georiro H. Trauger. of
East Market street, left yesterday for
Los Angeles, Cal., where they will
spend the winter for the benetlt uf
Mr. Trauger s health.
The Park Place Methodist church was
filled last evening when the Ladles' Aid
society gave a Halloween entertain
ment. The principle feature was the
tutdeaux, "Sun Worshippers." in which
thirty young ludies dressed In Grecian
costume took part. Mrs. C. T. Miller
had it In charge and great credit Is
due her for the excellent manner in
which it wus given. The church wus
handsomely decorated by O. ft. Clark
& Co. 1
The last regular frehenrsul of the
Mendclsshon Choral society previous to
their concert of next Monday night will
be held in Lucas' hall on East Market
street. A full attendance Is requested.
Work on the culvert over Leggett s
Creek on Main avenue is progressing
rapidly. The keystone was put In posi
tion on the middle section on Tuesday
afternoon, and workmen are now ut
work filling into the level of the road
way. The derrick will bo put In posi
Patrick Corrlgan swore out a warrant
before Alderman Williams on Oct. 9
charging Michael J. Horan with having
committed assault and battery on him
earlier in the day. Constable Cole ar
rested Horan, who waved a hearing
and entered $300 hail for his appearance
before court, P. J. Riley becoming his
bondsman. They appeared before Al
derman Williams yesterday and settled
the case by mutual agreement by the
defendant giving Corrlgan $! for dum
agcM done to him and paying all costs.
Cured at 75 Years of Age.
May 25, IM.
I am a man of seventy-live years of axe.
and for the past thirteen years have been
a sufferer from rheumatism. I could not
walk without canon, and it was only by
the use of hot applications thut 1 could ob
tain any rest ut night. I have taken
three boxes of Dr. Potter's Rheumatic
Pills and can now walk without canes.
The pain has all left me, und I feel as well
as ever. I also hud what the doctors pro
nounced a cancer on my race, which had
been removed, leaving a hard lump. The
pain in that was unbearable but since
taking the pills the pain has an lert that
too. I highly recommend them to all who
suffer us I did.
J. S. Mills, Bhortsville, N. Y.
Dr. Potter's Rheumutic Pills are a rad
ical cure for Rheumatism, lnllHmmatory
Rheumatism.Gout, Rheumatic Gout, both
acute and chronic, and ull diseases de
pending upon or having their origin In
the uric and diathesis. Price J1.00 a box.
For sale by Matthews tiros. Vt hnievale
Scranton's UuMness Interests.
THE TRIHL'NK will soon publish a carn
f ii II v compiled and clas.-iitled list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and proressionai interests or Scran
ton and vicinity. The edition will be
bound in book form, beautlfuuly Illustrat
ed with photogravure views of our pub
lic buildings, Dusiness dioi-ks, streets,
etc., together with portraits of leading
citizens. No similar work has ever given
an equal representation of Scranton's
many Industries. It will be un Invaluable
exposition of our business resources.
Sent to persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract new com
ers and be an unequalled advertisement
of the city. The circulation is on a plan
that cannot fall of good results to those
concerned as well as the city at largo.
Representatives of .THE TRIBUNE will
call upon THOSE WHOSE NAMES are
DESIRED In this edltlon-and explain Its
nature more fuly.
. Those desiring views of their rosdenccs
In this edtlon will please leave notice at
the office. ,
Music boxes Exclusively
' Best made. I'lay any desired number of
tunes. Gautschl & Sons, manufacturers,
1030 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won
derful orchestral organs, only la and 10.
Specialty: Old music boxes carefuly re
paired and Improved With new tunes.
The $40,000 School House,
for Columbia avenue has been let and will
be commenced Immediately. There are
still a few more lots left at a low price.
Office, Theater Lobby.
Flllsbury's Flour Mills have a capacity
of 17,500 barrels a day.
HASLACHER'S -: MILLINERY
- H. UUGFELD, SUCCESSOR.
324 Lackawanna Ave.
NEWS OF THE SOUTH SIDE
Halloween Observed by the Smull Huv
in a Mischievous Mnnner.
RELIGIOUS REVIVAL SERVICES
Rev. .M. I). Fuller, of Providence, Preached
on Eloquent Sermon ut the Cedar Ave
nue .M. K. Church -Jllrthduy Party
in Honor of Miss Anna Durkln.
The police overlooked to a certain
degree the pranks of tho youth of the
South Side lust night on account of the
occasion, und the liberty thus accorded
was carried too far In some eases,
The regular old-time custom of pelting
doors with cabbage stumps got some
youngsters who practiced It last night
Into trouble, and they are sore in body
after the chastisement received from
Irate householder who proved to be
more fleetfooted than he was credited
The pedestrian could not go two
blocks without finding ut least u half
dozen iron gates on the sidewalk. Out
buildings were upset and rolled over
the fences, and altogether Halloween
was observed by the small boy after
the choicest wish of his heart.
Hev. M. D. roller's Sermon.
Last night the congregation of tho
Cedar Avenue Methodist Episcopul
church was treuted to a scholarly ser
mon by Rev. M. D. Fuller, of the North
End. The gist of his sermon was ou
the necessity of becoming Christians
and not delaying conversion to uu un
seasonable period. It wus a most elo
quent effort and impressed his hearers
very forcibly. The meeting tonight
will begin at 7 o'clock und end ut ".V
to give all a chance to attend the lec
ture of Rev. Joseph Cook at the Froth
Ingham. Tomorrow night Rev. F. A.
King, of the Taylor Methodist Episco
pal church, will be the speuker, and
there will be no meeting on Saturday
Party ut .Mis Durkin's Home.
Miss Anna Durkln, duughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Durkln, of Brook street,
was 14 years of age yesterday, and last
night n number of her young friends
surprised her by a pleusant visit. They
were very hospitably received anil
Bpent an evening of enjoyment. Re-
rresliments were served und at mid
night the party cume to u close with
many expressions of gratefulness to
Air. ami Airs. Durkln.
Hickory Street l ine.
The extension of the Hickory Street
line will be completed In about three
weens unu cars running over the loud.
Foreman Citiihtri unH hfu f..,.,iu
are erecting the poles and wires us the
ioau is ueiiig ouiii and win have fin
lshed the wni-k tt milr-lrK- u ti...
tractor who Is laying the lulls. The
rails t'ur the corvM ni-rlvu,! ruui.ti-.i....
and will be put in pluee this week. The
car win ue running-, it is estimated, by
o . .V,
South Side Jottings.
Mr. and Mrs. William Shaw have re
turned from their bridal tour.
Miss Minnie Russell, of Stone avenue,
is visiting rrl.-nds in Neverslnk, N. Y.
Miss Julia McGuigun. of I'lttsi.m .,v-,,
ntie, has returned from a short visit to
James McCue. of Vandllnjr, spent a
rew days with friends on Plttston ave
nue, and returned hom, viMtrili i-
This evening u mission festival will be
held at ' the l-'.vnncvlli-nl l.iitlu.rnii
cnurcn. i.ust night the reformation fes
TlCttl hlil U'uu n unnuail
Willie ake. the vounir son of .Touenh
Cooke, of Prospect uvenue, fell from his
mule yesterday at the National mine
ami suitiaiueu puuuui injuries.
James Edwards wishes to denv tht
he was associated In the dog stealing
case, ror wnicn a wurrant has been Is
sued at the Instance of Thomas Luvclle
of Plttston avenue.
A DIAMOND FOR lKKJAX.
Presented to Him by Admirers at His Home
in Youngstowu, O.
A Youngston, ()., exchange contains
the following concerning Hogun, the
phenomenal center tielder of last sea
son's Scrunton State League dub:
"A number of Marty Hogan's friends
surprised him Saturday night at his
home in Brier Hill, by calling on him
and presenting the St. Louis fielder
with un elegant diamond pin. The
presentation speech wus made by John
Rellly. After the presetitatiou those
present Indulged In a social and dance,
Mr. Hogan values his present very
Gave a Concert ut the Frothinghuin Last
The Amphton Woman auartettc ap
reared ut the Frothlngham last night
In a musical entertainment In place of
Henry watterson, of Louisville, the
noted Journaist who was to have lee
tured to the teachers attending the In
Lavinla Sutcllffe, Juliet Vndei-hlll
Isabella ;F. Mundell and M. Louise
Mundell composed the quartette. They
lurnlshed a fairly entertululng pro
gramme of vocal and instrumental
numbers, but many of the audience
October Brcuks the Recoi J.
Coroner Kully heldbut four inquests
during the month of October, which Is the
smallest number held In any month dur
lng his term of olMce. Generally from
ten to sixteen Inquiries are held by Dr.
Kelly monthly, and the Immunity from
ratal accidents In the county during the
past montn nas Deen remarKume.
The Driving Park
lots will be opened to the public some
day next week. The date will be given In
'iriDune later, vest laciutieB ottered,
such as street railways, gas and water.
etc, watch The Tribune lor the date o
TOO Framed Pictures, latest subjects,
In beautiful Etchings, Ergravlns
aud Real French Fao-Siuiks. The
Framo Makers had to have money.
We bought the lot at our prlu and
mark tBnn so they will quickly
move out Over too styes of frames.
. We only quoU a few:
13x10 White an4 Gold 1 9C
Ui23 White aud Qoldtr Solid Oak 49o
XxSi Bolld Oak 69o
i4x& White and Gold 98c
Blank and Miscellaneous Books,
Photograph and . Scrap Albums
.Teacher and Family Bibles,. Tie
tures for Wedding Gifts, Gold
Peus, Flue Stationery and Writ
PRATT - STATIONARY - STORE
! 312 Lackawanna Avenue.
N Thursday, Friday,
Saturday and Satur
day night, Nov. i, 2
and 3, we will have on exhibi
tion for your inspection the
argest line of Lamps and Silk
Shades ever shown in this
city. Come and bring j-our
U ITVT A lI A I I
WEICHEL & MILLAR.
116 Wyoming Avenue.
Because the Children Wear
Out lot of sloes, but drop in
and look at our M0il Doilgolil
shoes for misses and children,
And when the children are
wearing out shoes it's pretty
sure they don't need medicine
Then Again Our
Shoes Are Cheaper
r 1 it, l
1 nun uiuei s
Those "(HI Doilgolita" are
the kind that hare good soles,
throw oil water and give you
about half more service for
vour money thau you usually
Lace or Button. Ladies
Shoes in the same quality.
410 Spruce Street.
TO HAVE RAIN.
In plenty this fall and we
have the Mackintoshes to
They are waterproofs that
are waterproofs and we guar
Prices to suit every taste
Trunks and Bags.
412 SPRUCE ST.,
205 LACKAWANNA AVE.
In full coBsesslon of our old quarters,
but arc workliiK under dllncultlea
whlrh nothing but Immediate ready
money will tide over. Our creditors
claims have boon fully met at an
Immense sacrifice on our part. How
ever, we have still a largo stock of
choice Diamonds, watchas. Jewelry,
etc.. on hand, and are determined to
realise on It with ull possible Bpeed,
as without the free use of the almighty
dollar In the markets, we would be ef
fectually vrlpnled In tho coming; holt
TO SECURE THIS
We will make Hue Reductions on
stock at private sale dally, refusing nu
offer within tho bounds of reason, and
for the bonetit uf those who buy ut
auction, we have instructed City Auc
tioneer mrris to
SELL AT AUCTION
Every Saturday evening at 7.80, when
every article put op will be sold with
out reserve to tne highest mauer.
C. W. FREEMAN
Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry, Etc.
Cor. Penn Ave. and Spruce St
Coal of tho best quality for domestic
use, und of all hIzps, delivered in any
part of the city at lowest price.
Orders left at my Office
NO. 118 WYOMING AVENUE,
Rear room, llrst floor, Third National
Bunk, or sent by mall or telephone to the
(nine, will receive prompt attention.
Special contracts will bo mailo for tht
tale and delivery of Uuckwheat Coal.
WM. T. SMITH.
' ROOF TINNING IND SOLDERING
All done nwny with by the use of HART
MAN'S PATENT PAINT. Which consists
Of ingredients well-known to ull. It can bo
applied to tin, KnlvmttKcd tin, sheet Iron
roofr ctso to brick dwellngs, which will
pre- ..it absolutely any crumbling, crack
InK or breaking of the brick. It will out
lu.st tinning of any kind by many yours,
and It s cost does not exceed one-llfth that
of the cost 'lnnlnif. Is sold by the job
or pound' tracts tsken by
ANTOj iCABTAlAlkN, U7 Birch St,
Worn Today is the
Made from a fine imported
308 LACKAWANNA AVE.
5 pieces, 6o-inch wates-proof Cravenette, iu
black and navy, worth $2.00, for - $1 .69
10 pieces, 54-inch Storm Serge, in black and
. 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 MANUFACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BAR RE, PA., Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Office: SCRANTON, PA.
"ON THE FENCE."
Soon lie over the season for rldiiifr. If
you want a lilcycln now In th time to c;ot
It. Wc ure Wearing up ull stock, und will
Blv you such a chancu un you uevur had
before. One of our barg-ulns.
A Hm-ola.il, Hlfc'h Crude 15u Bicycle
Bring jour cash and OUT OFK THK
CLARENCE fl. FLOREY,
Successor to Florey ft Holt.
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REMEMBER Our Gift to the Boys, a Scholar?
Companion, fully equipped, and Book)
vStrap combined, . FREE..
137 AND 139
Complete Outfitters. (
Kersey Blue and Black.
308 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Prices Before Buying.
133 FRANKLIN AVE.
We are now dolus a general Drue, Paint
and Oil business at the above location,
during the erection of our store bullillnii
recently destroyed by Arc,
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
OFR TJ2LEPHONH CALL. NO. at
All orders promptly Riled and delivered t1
any part of the city.
133 FRANKLIN AVENUE
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We want every gentleman in Scranlon tfl(
see out niaunificent assortment of Men'u fall
Suits at $13.00.
Equal to Tailor Mude iu Fit.
JKquul to Tailor Made in Finish.
Equal to Tailor .Made in Fabric.
There's but one diflerencc between tiiesj
and Custom Suits-.-IT'S THE PRICE.
A Custom Suit equal to these would eos(
you fzs- You pay us.
We've a matchless line of new, Styllsll
Overcoats at the popular price of $15.00.
Hundreds to show you in Kerseys, McU
tons, CheViots and Worsteds.
The Ot of the garments is perfect.
The make and trim of the highest class.
Xo old or out-of-date styles to palm off 01
you 1-ere, and a selection is bound to give yoi(
Overcoats like these cost you lastycar $2$
and $22. They're down this season to
AND SHOE HOUSE
S. L. GALLEN,