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THE SCR ANTON" TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1894.
"My Fig Cake
is splendid; in fact," says
a young housekeeper, "it
is almost too good; It
seems as though 1 were
making cake all the time
for donations cr church fairs
or some corr.niittce. 1 tell
them if they will follnw the
recipe, in your cook book
and use Cleveland's Daking
Powder they can make
cake just as nice: as mine.
I am sure I never made
such cake before. Thanks
both to Cleveland's baking
powder and the cook book."
'1 he r:cipe bouk is sent free on receipt
of tump, ami addicss.
Cleveland Rakixo Towder Co..
. 8i & 83 Fulton St., K. Y.
120 jWyoming Ave.
No Oriental opium-seemed linen
frayed, fretted and worthless, but all
returned fit for wear, ironed with care,
and all of it there.
8C8 Penn Are. A. B. WAR MAN.
Wall Paper or
Come to Us. Wo have
a Fall Lino of Goods,
and Our Prices Are Yory
127 WYOMING AVE.
There will be a meeting of the managers
of the Florence mission tomorrow at
"Hump" Anderson. "who was shot in the
chest by another neero last week, f
convalescing In the Laclcawanna hospital
The basket ball lcairuc of Scranton,
Wllkes-Harre, Plttston and Kingston will
meet at Plttston this morning to arransro
a schedule for the coming season. The
llrst contest will take place in Scranton on
The opera, ,"The Little Tattoon," In
three acts, composed by D. !. Johns, of
the West Bide, will be staged in January
A number of leading soloists and well
known musicians of the city are rehears
ing It Monday and Thursday of each week
at Music hall.
Six pupils of the high school, Misses
Joseph, Sylvester and Kami, and Messrs.
Watres, Doersam and Talkowsky have
formed a musical organization, which
they term the "Six Sharps." They in.
tend to give concerts during the coming
The first meeting of the members of the
Scranton liunjo, Guitar and Mandolin
club will be held at the Young Men's
Christian association rooms on Wednes
day night, when officers will be elected.
Members are requested to bring their In
struments with them.
The following verdict was handed to
Coroner Kelly on Saturday at noon as the
result of the deliberations of the Jury on
the murder of Comfort!, the Italian, at
Dunmore, on Nov. 11: "That 'Alphonso'
Comfortl came to his death from a pistol
shot wound In the hands of some person
or persons unknown to the Jury, and wo
also Unci that Joseph Boselma and itocvo
PI Salvatore and Antonio Imbrtnlo wore
present at the time this man, Frank
Comfortl, camo to nis ucain.
Fabst'i Milwaukee Beer, cool and spark
ling, ai Jjoamun b, oyiute sirvvb.
Telescopes at Davldow liros.
Just pure fun for the little ones, that's
what those "Queor I'eipie Bigniry.
FELL DOWN THE SHAFT.
Munley Is Alive After a Frightful Foil
Peter Munley, night headman at the
Richmond shaft, fell down the shaft
. about 9 o'clock on Saturday night and
still lives. Munley was pushing a car
on the carriage, and after the carrla
had descended he slipped and fell Into
the shaft. He grasped the rope and In
doing so.tore open the thick pair of
gloves. After this he retained hold
and tore the flesh off his hands and
finally lost his hold and fell into the
empty car, which, by thin time, had
descended a considerable distance-down
the shaft, which 1b over 300 feet In
A call was made for the Delaware
and Hudson ambulance and Dr. Sulll
van attended the Injured man, who wits
conveyed to his home on the Route-
vyd, Dickson City, and was yesterday
reporteu to De in a serious condition.
When you need anything In Davldow
Bros, line, don't forget them.
Chiracs of Normondy.
The next rehearsal of the "Chimes of
Normandy" will take place this even
ing at the hall over Powell' music store,
at 8 o'clock. Mr. Lindsay, the conduc
tor, will be pleased to receive all new
comers. . .
Davldow Bros banking establishment
negotiate loans to the extent of $100,000.''
A sure cure for frown; those "Quser
RIGHTEOUS WRATH OF COD
Sermon of Rev. Dr. Robinson in the
Second l'resbytcriun Church.
OYE KITH A THUNDERBOLT
Promises Aro Tempered to Fit Mushy or
Jelly Fish Christians Who Have No
Backbone -Vicus Vpon Church
Fairs and Suppers.
A large congregation was last night
gathered "In the Second Presbyterian
church, where the pastor, Rev. Charles
Knblnson, preached on "The Record
of God's Promises," and devoted five
minutes to discussing "How About
Ihurch Fairs and Suppers."
The sermon treated particularly of
the righteous Indignation of God In his
rcatmant of those who denied his grace
nd was from I Samuel, II, .10, "Where
ore the Lord God of Israel saith, I said
indeed that thy house and the house of
hy father should walk before me for-
ver: but now the Lord salth, be it far
from me; for them that honor me I will
honor, and they that despise me shall
be lightly esteemed." The text was as
sociated by Dr. Robinson with Ell's
mild remonstrance against the vlleness
of his sons. Ho snld, in substance:
l.ove May He Severe.
The text cites the recall and recoil
of God's promises; it may be likened to '
the rain cloud which is anticipated with
ileasure, but which may contain a
hunderbolt. It suggests the question
of a father's responsibility for the sins
if the child. The father is not always
f.'ponslble; he is responsible if by pre
cept he has taught sin or has not been
firm in suppressing It. There ls too
much plutonlc religion like some the
ology which has mush In It, or, like the
oily fish that has no backbone.
God's desires are records which
must go down through ages and they
must not be humiliated. Some people
believe that God is not supposed to be
angry with sin and sinners. True, gou
nves n sinner and bids them come to
fim, but His love ls the love that has
he lightning Rtroke In It. His wrath,
lowevor. ls or righteous inu;gnauon;
the love which Is of 'patience, long-suf
fering and of great goodness' Is for the
sincere and not for the tyrannical, the
dilatory or the deceitful.
The text Is a last lesson to those who
would make merchandise out of honor
'them that honor me will I honor, and
they that despise me shall be lightly
Church l oirs and Church Suppers.
In his discussion of church fairs and
suppers, Dr. Robinson held that the
old Idea fair with its grab-bag, lottery
and postofllce is an abomination. If
the word "fair" is dropped and useful
articles are sold at prices equitable and
comparing with those of the stores. It is
proper church enterprise.
He contended that a business man
who labors In the commercial district
of the city and gives a portion of his
earnings to the Lord has no right to
criticise good women who sell their
work for the good of the church. No
credit ls due those who buy or eat at
church fairs or suppers unless they
have made a sacrifice to leave domestic
cares or the home circle. The credit Is
due those who work and toil for the
success of affairs for the purpose of
For Mrs. Drown to spend time and ef
fort on a marketable article to bo sold
at a fair price, Is Just as much com
mendatory labor ns for Mr. Drown to
contribute a portion of his earnings in
Bl'NCO STEERERS STEERED,
The Job f Three Denizens of Frunklin
Avenue Ends in Police Cclls-Thcy He-
licved Churlcs Furcy of $4 und Then
the Police Filtered tlia tiuroc.
They buncoed once too often.
For several days the police have been
on the alert for John Thomas and sev
eral pals, who, until Saturday, main
tained a third-rate gambling house on
Franklin avenue. They were wanted
for swindling and stealing $44 from
Charles Furey. Through the alertness
of Lieutenant Davles a trio consisting
of Thomas, a man named Carey and a
woman whose only- appellation Is
Hess" were arrested at an early h6ur
Furey made a complaint some days
ago that he had been induced to walk
Ufi Mr. Thomas' residence and Indulge
Ir. tame of cards!, in which he alleges
that swindling of the highest order en
sued and his pocket 'was lightened of
$4, and, further, he was surprised to
find that $40 more had been surrepti
tiously taken from him.
Lieutenant Davles, Officers Palmer,
Roland and Marker entered the rooms
about 2 a. m. yesterday and found the
parties wunted. Thomas, who It Is al
leged ls a married man, with a wife re
siding at Dellevue, Is very Indignant
over his arrest and cannot account for
its cause, but an opportunity will be
given him and his confederates to. dis
cuss the matter with Mayor Connell
Other men, lit the same vicinity, who
live upon the earnings) of unfortunate
girls, are quaking lest the same treat
ment be meted out to them.
Every lilting curve, every mark, every
dash In those funny "Queer People" sig
nifies a luugh.
Lovers of Sport Will Be Treated to High
Class Boxing for Two Nights.
No one who desires to witness an ex
hibition of the manly art and a pro
gramme that will include at least eight
events each night can afford to be ab
sent from the tournament of the Ex
celsior Athletic club, which will be held
tomorrow and Wednesday nights at
The entries secured are at weights as
follows: 113 pounds, 125 pounds, 135
pounds, 1,45 pounds and 158 pounds. The
boxers who will appear are among the
best amateurs that Phlladlephla, Tren
ton and New York can produce. The
cream of the Excelsior .Athletic club
will also be in the contest for honors,
and there ls every guarantee that the
events on each night will more than
repay the price of admission.
The old time favorite, Joe Wllllschek,
of Philadelphia, will enter the lists.
There are others, too, who will not be
behind in a genuine exhibition of scien
tific boxing. Do not forget the dates,
Nov. 20 and 21.
The exercises begin each evening at 8
Have your eyes examined free of charge
at Davldow liros.
END OF AN UPRIGHT LIFE.
! II 11
Death of Henna n G. Sonlter After Much
After months of sufferlng-from tum-
erous growths, Herman G. Senker, of
612 Stone avenue, died last night at 10
o'clock. His family employed all
human agencies to alleviate his sick-
ness or cure his ailment, but nothing
of any consequence resulted to benefit
his health. ;
He was one of the best known organ
ists and teachers of music In the city.
In 1870 he came from Germany and lo
cated in Zanesvllle. O. He was organ
ist of St. Peter's church of Fort Wayne,
Ind., for fourteen years. He removed
here with his family In 1890 and held
the position of organist at St. Mary's
German Catholic church, on River
street, until a year ago, when 111 health
forced him to abandon his duties.
He leaves a wife and two sons, Louis
H., printer on The Tribune, and John
H., printer on the Republican. Ar
rangements for the funeral are not yet
TEST TO BEjEiliE TODAY.
Bonto Pinto Glass Works Will Be Started.
Inventor Is Sanguine of Success-Stockholders
Will Be Present and Will Later
' l:iect a Board of Directors.
Today at the plant of the Ronta
Plate Glass company at Mooslc the di
rectors and stockholders will witness
the first trial of the manufacturing ma
chine that has been erected on the
grounds. This machine will roll off
plates of glass and the success of the
experiment will demonstrate the claim
set up by the inventor that glass can
be manufetured with loss trouble nnd at
a more reduced expense than attends
the manufacture of the article under
the method now employed.
Theelaim of the Ronta Plate Glass Com
pf n' ls that l,V tno machinery and
also by the new formula of manufac
turing glass, that the transparent ar
ticle will not only possess a more pel
lucid composition, that it will possess
greater durability; and not only thut,
but the greatest feature will be that its
cheapness and the reduced cost to the
public will single It out for popular and
immediate favor. For some time the
company has been handicapped by not
knowing the exact location of the plant.
That is the reason It is not in operation
at this time. There was a question
that had not been ultimately fixed, re
lative to the arrangement of the
moldings, wnicn interferred with any
attempt to complete the work of con
structing them. However, nn agree
ment has been arrived at and the task
of constructing the buildings will now
The plant Is located at a point where
a natural advantage accrues. Con
tiguous to the site on all sides are banks
of sand, Just suited to the manufacture
of the product of the works.
The machinery Is so simple looking
that a disbelief Involuntarily arises on
beholding it whether the representation
will prove to be true,
J. W. Honta, Inventor of the modus
operandi, and general manager of the
new works, asserts that with a fair trial
the machine will amply demonstrate
not only what ls claimed for It, but
also an achievement far beyond the
most sanguine expectations. After the
test of the machine has been observed
fully, a business meeting will be held
at the office of the company In Mooslc,
It will be an assembling of the stock
holders; directors will be elected for
the ensuing year.
J. W, Ronta has already been chosen
general manager of the works
THOSE COUNTY HONDS.
1.1st of Holders Does Not Show Many
Widows or Orphans.
It having been charged that the re
funding of the 5 per cent, county bonds
Involved the disturbing of Investments
of widows nnd orphans, the followln
list of the holders of these bonds Will
bu found interesting:
H. S. Pierce estate $49VW
first National bank YS.m
v. ai. t. T. A. and 11. S. of Hyde
Alliance lodge, Odd Fellows
Thomas J. Williams 5uu
Daniel McShayne oio
W. T. Smith
John L. Lewis
Sullivan lodge, I. O. O. F ,
John D. Begard
C. K. Mills , 1,0)0
Dwlght Mills 3.HM
M. M. Davis WN)
W. T. Davis l.OUil
Carson & Davis l.imu
Daniel Golden C.oiu
Slocum lodge I.ihiu
Enterprise lodge 1 ,0)0
S. A. Lackey BOO
Peter Coleman, combined 1,(100
Louisa C. Gorman, combined ; E00
James J. Gorman & Co., combined.. 1,000
C. K. Ronald, combined G.OoO
Hyde Park lodge, K. of P 1,0-10
Lydla Morrow, Schultzvllle
Robert Burns lodge, I. O. O. F
Globe lodge, I. O. O. F
Peter and Catharine Bridge!!, Car-
Grlltlth Lougher, Spring Urook
John R. Kelly , 1,000
John B. Cust l.iKX1
Jacob Schlager f,0j
Evelyn G. Frantz f-00
John Murphy I.ijoo
D. M. Jones 3,5'jO
MarthH Aimes l,5w
Yes, our Una of parlor clocks are the
finest In the city. Davldow Bros.
Lehigh Valley Kailrond.
Change of time on Wyoming division.
Commencing Sunday, Nov. 18, a new time
table will go Into effect, the following of
which ore some of the most important
Train No. 6, daily, will run about one
hour later than at present.
Train No. 92 will bo discontinued be
tween PlttBton and Wllkes-Rarre.
Train No. U8, dally will lie discontinued
between D. & B. Junction and Wllkes
Uarre. Train No. 30, dally, will bo discontinued.
Train No. 12 will be be obout five min
utes earlier between L. & B. Junction and
Train No. 80 will be about fifty-five min
utes earlier than at present between
Avoca and Plttston; discontinued be
tween Plttston and Wllkes-Rarre.
Train No. 2, dally, will run about thirty
minutes earlier than at present.
Train No. 32, old No. 88, will be .x
tonded from White Haven to Munch
Chunk, with connection through to Eus
ton. ' -
Train No. 90 will be discontinued.
Train 13 will leave Mauch Chunk same
as at present time at White Haven,
Wilkes-Barre .and pointR north about
twenty minutes later.
Train No. 15 will be discontinued be
tween Wilkes-Barre and Avoca.
Train No. 87 will be discontinued be
tween Wilkes-Burro and Plttston.
Train No. 89 will be discontinued be
tween Wilkes-Barre and Plttston.
Train No. 91 will be discontinued be
tween Sugar Notch and Avoca.
Train No. 91, new train, will leave Pltts
ton 4.02 p. m. for Avoca,
Train No. 23 will run about ten minutes
earlier than at present.
Train No. 25, a new train, will lnave
Mauch C;iunk at 5.30 p. m. for White
Haven and all Intermediate stations.
For further Information as to time at
local stations, apply to ticket agents for
ROL1IN H. WILBUR,
Qen. Supt., South Bethlehem, Pa.
A. W. NONNEMACHKH,
Asst.Gen.PasB.Agt., South Bethlehem, Pa,
CHARLES 8. LKE,
Oen. Pass. Agt., Philadelphia, Pa.
Money to loan. Lowest rates. Business
confidential. Davldow Bros.
SWISS CITIZENS JUBILEE
Greutli Verein Societies Celebrated
Saturday in Music Hall.
WELCOMED BY MAYOR COXXELL
Twenty-fifth Anniversary of Scranton's
First Swiss Society-Prominent Peo
ple of Xcw York nnd llo
It has been twenty-five years since
the first Swiss society was organized in
Scranton and the event wa3 becomingly
celebrated Saturday night with festive
exercises by the Greutli Verein societies
of the city at Music hall.
Visiting societies from New York and
Hoboken were met at the Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western depot by a
reception committee and Guth's band
and were escorted to the hall.
As a token of respect for the Amer
ican emblems they were as lavishly
used in decorating ns the colors of the
hardy little European republic. On the
right hand side of the stage the na
tional flug of Switzerland was hung and
on the left opposite It the Stars and
Stripes occupied a place of honor. Nu
merous silk (lags with the names of the
societies inscribed were entwined on
the balcony rail around a banner repre
senting the Swiss coat of arms. The
hall was fragrant with evergreens and
ferns and the stage was fitted up with
a profusion of potted plants.
When the exercises begun a largo au
dience had assembled and was seated
In the hall. Guth's orchestra played an
overture nnd then a recapitulation of
the work, the trials and struggles of the
Scranton Greutli Verein was given by
President Casper Jenny.
Fallowing Mr. Jenny's elaborate nnd
carefully prepared address came Mayor
Council's greeting of welcome to the
visitors. Ills remarks were delivered In
a happy, thoughtfut style and won
warm and earnest uppluuse.
An exhibition of pyramid performing
was next given by members of the uc
tlve Turners of the Scranton Turn
Verein. The athletic feats of the Tur
ners were received with appreciation,
especially by the visitors.
Now York Editor's Patriotism.
Dr. John Friedetich, of New York,
editor of the Swiss American news
paper, was the next speaker. The re
public of Switzerland, he suld, Is pro
gressive and advanced In ItB experi
ments with political measures, and
other nations copy them. Notwith
standing that their country ls one of
poor resources, the Swiss are an ener
getic race. As the center of many In
ternational movements of great Import
ance It is recognized all over the world.
In 1SC4 the famous Red Cross society
was formed there, and later are the In
ternational postal und telegraphic sys
tems. He boasted that the best public
school system In the world is to be
found in Switzerland; but there Is no
standing army, still there is a soldiery,
or militia, of 500,000 members. As fur
as denying residence to any man, no
matter what his creed, race, color or
previous condition of servitude, the
Swiss republic stands on the same
ground as the government of the
United States. In closing his address
Mr. Friederich said that the first duty
of the loyal sons of Switzerland, while
honoring her and celebrating her festal
occasions, Is "to remember, that the
country of their devotion adoption,
America, needs their primary devotion.
With the singing of several patriotic
choruses the exercises camo to an end.
On the stage were seated Chairman
E. Gluor, President Casper Jenny,
Mayor Connell, llerr Fritz Trumpi, of
Union Hill, N. J., and Dr. John Friede
rich, of New York.
The chief committee of arrangements
were E. Gloor, Casper Jenny, Kudolqh
Stcffen, Casper Kuhrer and I'lrlch War
ren. The reception committee consisted
of Henry Frey, Rudolph Duenzli and
Juhn Von Bergen.
As the guests of the South Side
Greutli Verein at Germanla hall last
night the. visiting societies were enter
tained with a banquet of substantial
things, which was interspersed with
frequent numbers of vocal and Instru
mental music. The hall was a fac simile
of Music hall in the decorations. Tables
were spread and laden with a repast
that suited all tastes.
Chairman ErnestGloorgreeted the as
semblage with the Introductory speech
In a fellcltious vein and was cheerfully
applauded. The visitors spent an even
ing long to be remembered.
At 1.35 this morning they were es
corted to the Delaware, Lackawanna &
Western depot where they took the
train for home.
"WANG" AT THE ACADEMY.
Forty People Sing the Opera of Hoilicklng
Muslo and Pun.
A fair matinee house and large even
ing audience heard "Wang" at the
Academy of Music Saturday. Hopper
and Delia Fox were missed In the roles
which helped to make them famous, but
many of the other characters were Bung
by original members of the New York
The opera was given with a large and
costly amount of scenery and settings,
and the costuming bordered upon the
extravagant. About forty people aro
engaged In the company and they seem
to have sufficient ability to continue the
rollicking music and ridiculous mirth,
which has kept "Wang" in popular
favor so long.
THE I'OOR LOVED HER.
Mrs. John J. O'lloyle, of Penn Avenue,
Died Saturday Morning.
During her life the poor had learned
to respect Mrs. John J. O'Boyle, of 234
Penn avenue, as a friend, and her works
From Grove to Consumer,.
Our Florida Oranges,
(now sweet j), never so low
and never , such a crop:
Finest Fruit (200 size)
25c. a.doz.; (176 size) 35c.
a doz.; (150 size) 40c. a
doz.; Grape Fruit, 60c. a
doz. vp; SatsummaSjMan
darins and Tangarines.
E. G. Coursen
Beadqtmrters, Wholesale and Retail,
429 LACKAWANNA AVE. '
of charity were not ostentatious. She
was also a woman of excellent mental
attainments and was devoted to her
home and family.
The Home of the Good Shepherd and
St. Joseph's Foundling Home profited
by her attention toward their welfare.
Her death came Saturday morning,
after a year's Illness of pulmonary
trouble. Her husband and three child
ren, Marry, Harry, and Kittle, survive
her. She was a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin -Donnelly, of Chestnut
street; a sister of Sister Mary William,
of Phenlxville; of Joseph and Dottle
Donnelly, of this city, and of John and
Edward, of Elmlra.
The funeral will be held tomorrow
morning at 9 o'clock, with a solemn
high mass of requiem at St. Peter's
cathedral. Interment will be made In
Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
A suro cure
for frown; those "Queer
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE.
(Under this heading short letters Of In
terest will bo published when accompa
nied, for publication, by the writers
name. The Tribune will not bo held re
sponsible for opinions here expressed.)
That New Cose of Typhoid.
Editor of The Tribune:
Sir. The following extract ls taken
from an article thut appeared In Satur
day's Issue of the Scranton Times:
"There has been discovered a new
case of the fever (typhoid) In the housa
next to the Fanning domicile. This Is
supposed to have been caused by the
self-same cesspool which was reported
to Dr. Bentlev a month ago. .The fever
comes from a typhoid germ in the do
comuosed contents of the vault."
On Sunday, Nov. 4, Dr. Surreth, who
was attending this "new case of the
fever," was discharged and 1 was called
in. The man hud been sick three (3)
days. I found hit) temperature lom.j
degrees fahrenhelt, pulse 133 abilomen
compressed. I diagnosed the case as
autumnal, or bullous, romiltant, a fever
that every autumn has been epidemic
in this section for the past sixteen
years. For eight days this man's tern
perature ranged from 104 degrees
fahrenhelt to 1054 fahrenhelt, finally
yielding to proper treatment until last
Thursday (15th Inst.), when his temper
ature fell to normal, 9S 5-10 fahrenhelt.
During his entire sickness the abdomen
was flat and compressible. This man
Is now convalescent and at no time
were his symptoms alarming, nor did I
consider him dangerously sick.
This, in brief, In the history of the
"new cuso of the fever." I quote from
"A patient whose temperature rises
during the first days of Illness up to
105 degrees or 100 degrees fuhrenholt,
certainly does not suffer from typhus
or typhoid fever." Da Costa Medical
Diagnosis, last edition.
1 have said, and I now repeat, that
I do not believe the Fanning family
primarily had typhoid fever, but from
the length iif time that hus elapsed
since they were stricken down the dis
ease may have drifted Into typho-ma
larlal or relapsing fever, which are first
cousins to typhoid. In conclusion, I
may say that with the single excep
tion, several months since, of prescrlb
ing for a babe, I have never admlnls
tered to the Fanning family and am
unacquainted with them. However, If
the nurse tells the truth, the nastlness
on the Inside of the house would be
fully able to hold Its own with that on
the outside, and together with bad ven
tilation might originate any disease in
James K. Rentley, M. D
If you doh't want to laugh, don't get
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of the Nay Aug Falls and Elmhurst Bou
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7, Commonwealth building. Price, $15.
Skilled workmen only are employed at
Davldow Bios., 217 Lacka, ave.
Fur and Cloth Capes.
No sample line.
Hut complete stock.
Superior In style and make,
Offered at very moderate prices
O. W. OWKNS & CO.,
Furriers and Cloak Makers,
603 Spruce St. Court House Square.
Watches repaired at Davldow Bros.
I am prepared to recelvo a limited num
ber of piano pupils. For terms, etc., ad
dress Richard F. Lindsay,
822 Mulberry Street.
Or at Powell's Muslo Store.
Cut diamonds at Davldow Bros.
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Wtrtraomi: Opposite Columbus Monument,
nr,n Washington Av. Scranton. Pa,
Inoludlnt the painless extracting of
teeth by an entirely new process
S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S..
135 WYOMING AVE.
Are a small thing to talk about per
haps, but you have no idea how many
we sell nor how cheap we sell them.
Japanese picks, 500 in a box, fcr
box, - ... 3C-
Common wood nicks. 2.S00 in a
box, per box . - - 3c
Fine flavored cinnamon wood picks
per box - - . . 5c.
Compressed' tooth picks, a fine
round, smooth picklest in the
market per box 10c.
3 boxes for - . ' . 25l
STEP LADDER CHAIRS
Made of hard wood, ash, can he
used either as a kitchen chair or
reversed and made into a good
serviceable step ladder. Cheap
at . - - SI.
PEOPLE COME BAGK
A second and third time tor cur
"Green and Gold" box paper after
having tried it once that is be
cause it is the best value possible
to obtain for
3!3 LACKAWANNA AVENUE
Green and Gold Store Front
215 LACKAWANNA AVENUE,
Is receiving daily all the lat
est novelties in
JEWELRY AND SILYER LINE
When in need of something
late in the Jewelry line call
and see Rogers' stock before
making your final selection,
as he can show you the latest
and a large assortment to se
do you dread Monday
washday? Can't blame you
much slop dirt confusion
heat enough to drive you
out into the street. Wouldn't
it be better to send your whole
I family wash to us every week ?
Special POUND RATES "
to families. Write for these
trop a Fostnl-onr wagons will call prom jtly.
fef fe AT
YOU'LL HAVE TO WALK
Many a long mile before you will
End Shoes to equal our new lines
of Fall and Winter Footwear.
WE HAVE EVERY STLYE and qual
ity that is first-class ajid desira
ble Our prices arc as low, if not
lower, than you arc paying for
If you buy your Cloaks, Capes, Millinery, Hats, Caps, TJnder
wear, etc., of us. We save you the DOLLARS, and remember
We are also giving away
sales of $4 or above.
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
224 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Alaska Seal Sacques, full skirts, bii
sleeves and rcvicrs, 115, worth $250.
Astrakhan Sacques, full skirts, big
sleeves and rcvicrs, $85. worth $135.
Electric Seal Sacques, full skirts, big
sleeves and rcvicrs, $S5, worth J135.
Alaska Seal Circular Cape, length
27 inches, $125, worth $105.
Hudson Bay Otter Circular Cape, 30
inches long, S150. worth S22S.
Hudson Bay Marten, 28 Inches long,
$65, worth $i)o.
T.link Circular Cape, 30 inches long,
$65, worth $90.
Electric Seal Circular Capes, 30 inch'
cs long, $35. worth J40.
Wool Seal Circular Capes, 30 inches
long, $22, worth $35.
Astrakhan Circular Capes, 30 indies
long, . $15, worth $25.
REMEMBER, we manufacture all
our fur garments. For that reason we
can guarantee full satisfaction or
All mail orders receivV.-.apt atten
tion. Send for Illustrated Catalogue.
Have your Furs repaired by the
only Pructicul Furrier in the city.
Clothiers, Heltersj. Furnishera
I23 WYOMING AVENUE.
You can be fitted with any stylo
of Corset free of charge.
01 R NEW RAZOR or Needle Toss for
Ladies and Gentlemen are the per
fection of the Shoemaker's art
They cut their way into favor with
every one who sees them.
01R CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT
will prove attractive to parents
who are looking for reliable Shoes
at the lowest possible prices.
Comer of Lackawanna and
haudsomely framed pictures with,
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