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TUB SCRANTON TRIBUKE ITIUBSDAT JIOIOTNO. ! AUGUST 15, 1835.
Highest of H in Leavening Power. Lateat U. & Gov't Repot?
THAT BALL GAME.'
l Arouse the .Slnnberlag Hum of the
Ah! It was pitiful.
In a whole city full
Friends had he none. ,
No one to cheer for him.
None to buy beer for him.
Not one wee tear for him.
Son of guu.
"Manlove." the name of him,
More to the gliame of him,
That bold, bad man.
There were In all the world
But two In his love furled.
Himself, with wheels all whirled,
With quavering hand and slow,
IWlth brow deep lined with care,
A poet there sat
And the wheels neath his hat
Played havoc with his long hair,
Twas Eddie, the guardian of third.
The oldest In the ls.
And he said, as he looked,
"My goose that man cooked
In ttie game, but now I'll cook his.
So the foregoing "pome" foe wrote
Ofthe man who called strikes and balls.
And. between you and me.
There are those who asree
With "Eddie from Buttermilk Falls."
It lay not with the umpire,
It lay not with one mau,
Hut all bore blame
With equiU shame.
And bear it they well can.
For were Bill Massey there.
Ami were "Pete" In his prime
We'd win that game
And eke more fame
In quadrupled jig-time.
Of course, we didn't 'hit.
Of course, we errors made,
lint no one could
Be In the mood
While crippled as we played.
No features had this game.
No plays for histories.
But, Eh! today.
How we will play
These purse-proud Markleses.
And. now. If you wish
To know any more
In the subjoined score:
It. 11. O. A. E.
BiaUt. of 0
Shiel'U. 2b 0
r.itehen, c 0
1 3 27
R. II. O. A. E.
Kimtaee. es 1 1
Kills, So 0 0
MUHuan. c t 1
Larkin. lb 2 1
Kox, rf 0 S
Miller, cf 1 2
Conroy. 2b 2 1
Stanhope, If 1 2
Mayer, p 1 3
9 14 27 13 1
Roaming 0 1110410 1-9
Carbondale 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Earned runs Carbondale. 1; Reading, 4.
Tno-bnse hits Mayer, 2. Three-base hit
Kox. Sacrifice hits Ellis. Conroy. Stolen
bases McQuade, 2; Conroy, Stanhope.
Left on bases Carbondale, 2; Reading, 9.
Struck out By Anderson, 1; Mayer. 1.
Double plays Sales to Wetzel to West
lake, Mayer to Conroy to Larkin. First
on errors Readlnir. 6. First on balls Off
Anderson, S: olT Mayer, 1. Umpire Man
love. Time l.W.
Two new! players are expected to take
part in today's game. They will prob
ably arrive in town at noon today.
Big Bill Massey, Carbondale's first
baseman, Is suffering from an attack of
malarial fever. It may be some days
before the meek and lowly William
will again be able to tear up things
tround the Initial ottoman.
I NARROW ESCAPE.;
William Cox Barely Misses Doing Struck
ny mo naratoga.
William Cox and an employe, while
closing the track at the head of Dun
dart street In a wagon, had a narrow
escape from being run down by a loco
motive. A train had Just passed and they
were hurrying to cross when, in some
manner, the wheels slipped on the track
an J hitting something was stopped sud
denly, the two men being thrown to the
ground. They were considerably
bruised by the fall, but what nearly
caused thlr death was the Saratoga
express, which was due about this time.
Are like Fire.
To keep your Nerves steady,
Yonr Head clear,
Bnild up your Strength,
, ' Sharpen your Appetite,
You must hare
Pure Rich Blood
The Beit Medicine to Vitalize
and Enrich the Blood, if
., 1 The One True Blood Purifier
Prominently in the Public Eye.
Hood' Pills ettreamiTarnu,blIloi
I1UUU 9 fills ntii. headache. Mo.
GREAT CLEARING SALE OF
UMow Shades and
M Papers. '
Unmnbtf, this a a aaflde Clearing Cal
Fries Bale MaMswieea for tuttgoote
J. GCOTT INGLIS
The men had bearly picked themselves
up when It went past. A delay of two
seconds would have coat both men their
MEAN BUSINESS. '
The Trsetloa Conpaay Offlaiala Hast
Move Their Tracks.
There was special meeting of the
select council Tuesday. All the mem
bers were present except 'Mr. McNulty.
The meriting was called to do some
thing In regard to the Belmont paving.
This should have been furnished some
time ago but owing to the Traction
company not complying with the condi
tions, nothing had been done. The city
fathers do not mi-au to be played with
any ionger, and this subject was taken
up at once.
An ordinance had been made some
time ago lu which the Traction com
pany were ordered to move their tracks.
OwJng to the absence of Ctty Solicitor
Stuart, nothing was done at that time,
but at the meeting it was passed, and
a clause providing that the require
ments set forth In the ordinance should
be complied In within twenty days after
the notice had been served by (tie city
ilerk. If the company do not do it
then the trucks -will 'bo moved by the
city and the expenses charged to them,
and In case of non-settlement their
franchise will be revoked.
An ordinance providing for the grad
ing and curbing of Canaan street was
also before 'the house. Considerable
discussion was held about a tire alarm
The city solons are to be congratu
lated upon the step they have taken.
They mean business and will do every
thing they say.
HER INJURIES FATAL.
Mrs. Lestenater Hied at Emergency
The Injuries sustained by Airs. Frank
Lestenater. the woman who was struck
by the gravity cars, proved fatal, and
she died at Emergency hospital, where
she had been taken for treatment.
Mrs. Lestenator's sufferings were
very great, and the shock was such that
It was impossible to do anything for
her, as the doctors saw that the In
juries were necessarily fatal. The
scenes at the place of the accident when
the persons went back to pick up the
unfortunate woman were very sad. Al
though she was herself terribly hurt
and suffering great pain, she did not
forget the little one she was carrying
at the time, and her tlrst words were
for her baby.
iMrs. Lestenater Is survived by a hus
band and four little children. They re
sided near No. 4. and their little home
was the scene of much happiness. Three
brothers and one sister are also left to
mourn her loss.
'Mrs. Lestenater was respected and
loved by ail her neighbors whom she
had often helped.. 'She will be greatly
mised by them. The funeral will take
place this morning at 11 o'clock. Af
ter the service the remains will be taken
to South Canaan, where they will be
JOHN COOPER DEAD.
Demise of a Former Carbondallaa at
The many friends of John C. Cooper
In this city will be pained to 'hear ol the
death of that gentleman, which oc
curred at Rochester on Tuesday. He
was well known here and for many
years resided on Wyoming street.
Mr. Cooper was born In Raleigh, N.
C, in 184". He served in the army dur
ing the rebellion as railroad engineer.
Alter the war he 'became an engineer
on the Delaware, Lackawanna ami
Western railroad, and later on the Del
aware and Hudson. It was while
working for this company that he re
sided here. In 1887 he accepted a posi
tion on the Central.
Thomas Pengelly, who was so terri
bly Injured about two weeks ago by
a fall from a gravity train. Is rapidly
improving at Rrmergency hospital and
Is able to sit up. He has a good appe
tite and converses freely with his
friends and will be able to return to his
home In a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Cappel, of Wllkes-Barre,
have returned home after a visit with
Mrs. Michael Walsh, of Pike street.
iMiss Dora Condon has returned to her
home in Forest City after a week's visit
with Miss Anna Lynott, of Woodlawn
Miss Florence Murray, of Pike
street, la the guest of friends In Scran
ton. 'Mrs. E. E. Spears and daughters and
Miss Hannah Person, of Paterson, N.
J., who have been visiting their brother,
C. H. Person, of Park street, have re
Thomas Kelly, a conductor on the On
tario and Western railroad, Is ill at his
home, on River street.
Mrs. H. Daley, of Salem avenue, Is
entertaining Mrs. W. A. Grant, of
Miss Kate Kearney, of South Church
street. Is visiting f fiends in Forest City.
Harry Lister, who has foeen visiting
his brother, Alfred, In Philadelphia, has
Rev. O. A. Place and "wife left yes
terday for Ocean Grove, where they
will spend their vacation.
A. W. Cot-bin, manager of the West
ern Union telegraph In this city, is
spending his vacation with his parents,
at Italnbrldge, N. Y.
Mr. and 'Mrs. J. N. Lamb, Misses Klt
tie Blernc, Helen and Augusta Rrasken
and Anna Wlntracker have returned to
their 'homes, In Brooklyn, N. Y., a.ft?r
a week's visit with friends in this city.
Miss Anna Davis, of Scranton, Is the
guest of Mrs. Morgan Thomas, on
South Church street.
Simon Stone, of New York city. Is
visiting his parents, on Sand street.
Miss Marie MoDonold, of Susque
hanna. Is visiting her father, T. F. Mc
Donald, of this city.
Thomas Gallagher, of Scranton,
called on friends In this city yesterday.
Miss Catherine Darling has returned
to her home. In Brooklyn. N. Y., after
a visit with (Mr. and Mrs. P. J. p&w
derly, of Terrace street.
iMIss Cora Avery and Mr. H. C.
Wheeler spent yesterday at Crystal
Mrs. Monroe Tyler and daughter, Mil
dred, of Forest City, were the guests of
the former's daughter, Mrs. George J.
Druggist B. H. Kelly, accompanied
by his wife and Invalid son. James,
left yesterday morning for Philadelp
hia. . .
W. W. Watt and family have re
turned from a carriage trip to surround
ing points, among which were Lakes
Carey and Winola.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Baker are at An
bury Park. '
Mrs. E. M. Spencer, of Ypsllantl,
Mich., Is visiting her son, Clarence E.
John Rees, of 'Master Mechanic But
ler's office, has resumed his position
after an absence of two weeks. B.
Sarrmson, of C. E. Rettew's office, who
so ably filled Mr. Rees' position during
his absence, has returned to his duties
at the locomotive -shops. 1
The Farmers' Fishing club wHI hold
Its ninth annual picnic at Newton lake.
Aug. 23. These gatherlngnhaye always
been very pleasant.
Rev. .8. C. Slmpktns and family and
Mrs. Joseph 0. Bell are outing at Salem
MIm IM arlmell rws returned to
hr home at Brooklyn, After spending
a few days at the home of Mrs. H. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Barber left last
evening to attend a family reunion at
Mr. and Mm. D. SU Roplogle, of Scran
ton. spent Sunday at tine home of Mr.
and Mrs. George E. Shay.
David Shay npent Sunday with
friends at New Mliford.
John Day Is erecting a near house on
hie lot on Main street.
Misses iLdda and Gertrude Frederick,
of liuttun.wwd, are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. William Allen.
A regular meeting of the borough
council was iveld on Tueeday evening.
All the members were present and the
proceedings, ait times, were of a rather
lively nuture. The tlrst hitch occurred
when the minute were read. Mr. Jones
having objected to their approval be
cause of the failure of the secretary
to include In the minutes an Important
motion concerning the cross-walks. The
secretary Insisted that the motion ap
peared in the minutes read at a meet
ing at which Mr, Jones was not pres
ent. This statement was disputed by
Mr. Jones, and a warm discussion fol
lowed. It did not have the effect of de
ciding the question, however, and it
may be revived again. John F. Boland,
secretary of the Hose company, pre
ented a list of the active members of
iha organization, and asked that they
be exonerated from the payment of
borough tax on their occupations. The
request was granted. The following
bills were ordered paid: James Gllgal
lon, $2; Crescent Electric company, $160;
Henry Revels, $12; M. J. Craig. 11.25;
C. H. Bauman. $3.25; C. Llnde, rent for
plough. $12; street commissioner's time,
The Impression weems to prevail that
the exonerations granted by the school
board and the borough council to the
members of the Hose company includes
exemption of the property of the mem
bers from the payment of school and
borough tax. The members desire K
stated that such is not the case. The
exoneration applies only to their occu
pation, and the allowance In most cases
does not exceed one dollar and sixty
cents. There are very few In town who
do not believe that they are entitled
to tills consideration.
In order to give the teachers and
pupils an opportunity to attend the
grand excursion to FarvUw of the
Father Mathew society on the 26th
Inst., the school board has decided to
reopen the borough schools on Tuesday,
the 27th Inst.
John Fallon. Jr., who had both his
legs cut off at St. Paul, Minn., a few
months ago, .while attempting to board
a moving train, came home yesterday
afternoon, and he is now stopping with
his fathor, Patrick Fallon, of the East
Miss Katie 'MaHale, of Cemetery
street, who has been in California dur
ing the past few months, came home
Rev. W. W. Shaw, of Port Deposit.
Md., formerly pastor of the Presby
terian church here, called on many of
his former congregation early In the
week. Dr. Shaw is well pleased with
his new charge.
iMiss Fannie Schlatter, of Hawlcy, was
married to iHomer Ames, of the same
village, at 3.30 o'clock yesterday after
noon. 'Mr. and .Mrs. Ames are well
known In Honesdale.
Conrad Schroeder, E. T. Newlng, CI.
M. Watson, of Scranton, and Charles T.
Osborne, of iNlcholson, were callers In
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gardner and son,
Perry, leave this morning for a visit
with relatives at Danville. Mrs. Gard
ner and son will be absent from home
about eight weeks.
Mrs. Samuel Roadknlght died at the
home of her daughter at Carbondale
yesterday afternoon. iMrs. Roadknlght
was born In England about flfty-tlve
years ago, and has long been a rest
dent of Wayne county. She Is sur
vived by three children, Mrs. Reynolds
and Mrs. Kimble, of Carbondale, and
William, of Honesdale. The body will
be brought to Honesdale for Interment.
iMuslcal entertainment at the Presby
terian chapel this evening. All are In
vited. The Lelderkranz excursion to Scran
ton today will draw a large crowd.
'Many base ball enthusiasts will be In
attendance to whoop up the Amities,
Hnnesdale's pride In the base ball line.
It Is sincerely hoped by all lovers of
true sport that no matter which way
the ball of fortune rolls, there will be no
kicking, as Is the usual course in a
Mrs. Harry Foster, of Buffalo, who
has been the guest of relatives here, left
yesterday for an extended visit with
relatives at Mlddletown and 'Scranton.
Miss Mamie Cranda'll Is the guest of
'Miss Bullock at her home In Damascus.
Bicyclists are looking in despair upon
Honesdale's main street.
A social will be held at the home of
Horace French on Friday evening, Aug.
16. The programme svill consist of sing
ing by Thomas Howells and family,
and various other amusements. The
proceeds will go towards purchasing a
cummunlon set. Cake and Ice cream
will be served.
Miss Blanche Tregallas mistalned a
very serious Injury to her .hand while
handling an apron. A needle was run
Into her hand which broke off. the point
being left In her fleh.
A comic social will be held on the
lawn of U. O. Brown, on Main street,
on Thursday evening, Aug. 1J. It will
be held by the ladles of the Presby
The Moosk: Powder company have
resumed operation after an idleness of
James Thompson, of Plttston, was
visiting in town yesterday among
The Duryea, Lackawanna and Moosle
Methodist Episcopal Sunday schools
will run Joint excursion to Lake
Carey over the Lehigh Valley railroad
on Aug. 23. The train wlll run through
to the 'Lake, no change of cars being
necessary, as a tihlrd rail has been laid
on the Montrose railroad to the "Lake.
Refreshments wlll be served on the
grounds at the grove by the Sunday
school committee. As It Is the first ex
cursion to the Lake from this section
of the country, families should go and
enjoy a good time and see some splen
did scenery. Tlckwtej, adult, 85 cents,
ana children CO cents.
The Women's Christian Temperance
union of this place will hold a fruit and
Ice cream social on the lawn of Wil
liam F. Waterman Tuesday evening,
Aug. 20. A part of the proceeds will
go towards helping William Watson In
his special .work. There will be singing
and social games during the evening.
Relief In Six Hoars. ' ' '
Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis
eases relieved In six hours by the "New
Qreat South American Kidney-Curt."
This new remedy Is a great surprise on
secount cf Its exceeding promptness In
relieving pain In the bladder, kidneys,
back and every part of the urinary pas
sages, In male okftsnsle. it relieves re
tention of water' and pain In passing It
almost Immediately. If you want auick
relief and cure this Is your remedy.,. SAld
by C. M. Harris. Druggist, 124 Fena ave
nue, Scranton, Pa. , , :, e
Adella. the wfe of Thomas Qulnten,
esq, died suddenly after few hours'
Illness at her home on Susquehanna
street yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock.
She was 31 years of age, and la survived
by a husband and three children. They
are Jennie, Myrtle and Eugene. Mrs.
Qulnten was a woman of eetlmahle
qualities and had many friends'. The
funeral will take place tomorrow morn
ing at 7.30 o'clock. The remains will
be conveyed on the Delaware and Hud
son train, leaving here at 8.27 o'clock
to Sh-lckshrnny, for Interment. Rev. J.
It. Kills, at the Blakely Baptist church,
The Suburban wheelmen expect to
have racing at the Driving park on Sat
urday, the 24tb of this mouth.
'Miss Anna Brown Is slightly Im
proved, after a three weeks' serious
Miss Laura McCauley, of Leroy, N.
Y., has returned home after a three
weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. W. J.
Schubmehl, of this place.
Miss Margaret Knnedy, of Scranton.
has returned home from a visit with
relatives at this place.
Druggist Kdley Is spending a few
day at Carbondale. His brother, Frank,
It attending to business here.
J. J. Judge, of the Scranton Index,
was a caller In town last evening .
Mrs. John O'Malley, accompanied by
her sisters, Mrs. R. Dougher, of Wllkes
Marre, and Miss Llr.zlo Gallagher, of
Dunmore. will leave here tomorrow to
visit Lake George.
Miss Julia Gowtiley, of Philadelphia,
Is the guest of Mrs. P. H. Fadden. of
Mrs. San ford Apt has returned home
from a visit to her parents in Plttston.
M:s LlKsle Speleher, of Archibald,
called on friends In town yesterday.
Mips Cora Voyle has accepted a posi
tion In Cramer's studio at Scranton.
Mrs. William Elgy entertained the
Ladles' aid at her home on South street
Mlrs Mary Jane Hughes Is clerking
in Finley's dry goods store at Scran
ton. PR ICEBURQ.
Thwe will .be no game of quoUfl t the
Grove house .between William Thorpe
and William Hall on Saturday, Aug.
17. Signed. William Thorpe.
Norris Weiss Is visiting friends at
Miss Theresa O'Hara. of Duryea, Is
visiting her brother, John O'Hara, on
North Main street.
A game of alley ball took place at
Logan's alley yesterday between Mar
tin Ruane and John Burke, of Dun
more, and James Ralsberk and Cuth
bert Hall, of this place, for $10 a side.
The score was as follows: Ralsbeck
and Hall. 31.; Burke and Ruane, 21.
ON 1 VERGE
Of Giving Up the Fight... An El
mlra Citizen's Last Resource
Proves n Success.
From the Elmlra Gasette.
Do you know Mr. J. 8. Bodder, of 214
South Main street? He has been a business
man anil permanent resident of Elmlra for
over twenty years. A man whose state
ment cannot be disputed. Well, Mr. Rod
der's case In a nutshell Is that he has
been a sufferer from kidney disorders,
but doesn't suffer any more. We will let
him tell what has brought about the
change. Here is how he spoke of his
case to our representative: "I have
never been well since the closing of the
war, where. In the service of my coun
try, I contracted kidney and bladder dis
orders. The complaint has gradually
been growing on me. I had sharp pains
In the small of my back. Just back of the
hips, and when they left it was only to
De roiiowea ny a ami, neavy pain which
remained continually. I could lie In but
ono or two positions In bed or the naln
would be almost unbearable. I was
always very sore over the kidneys, and
the urine emitted a strong odor. At
times I felt existence a task. I tried
this, that and the other thing, to no
avail, and was on the verge of giving up
entirely when I saw Doan's Kidney Pills
advertised. I thought as a last resort I
would give them a trial; they were
highly recommended, and I would use
Just this ono more remedy. I began
taking them, and I am very glad Indeed
to give my statement, that suffering
humanity may receive the same benefit
I have. A few doses of Doan's Kidney
Pills satisneu me tney were Helping me.
Now, the pain is all gone, and 1 am en
tirely well this, after years of sickness.
My sleep at night Is good and refreshing.
I do not feel any more that tired feeling
I used to on rising, all thanks due to
Doan's Kidney Pills."
Doan's Kidney Pills are for sale by all
dealers. Price, 60 cents per box: six
boxes for $2.M. By mall on receipt of
price ty roster-Miitiurn company, Buf
falo, N. Y sole agents for United States.
The EJnest In the City.
The latest Improved furnish'
logs and apparatus for keeping
neat, butter and egga.
223 Wyoming Av.
EMPIRE DRY GOODS CO.,
516 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Tb nUrb we parcbaied t the Mieriff Sale
at H7.l.ton, Pa. Our Hale. .Inc. opraltiRi
proved more tlif.ctorjr th.n we thoufht.
Thn crowd on MowUv wm enormously Urge,
nd carried away the Bargain., and tbe atock
which la left we'll dispone of at your owa
fricM, Kale all wnek at the following prima:
case Oreaa Qlaghama. ft-roaa price, 7 cuta,
Our Price, 3tt Cents
1 caae of Unbleached Browa Cotton, 4 4.
heavy, for abetting only, groat price, t
eenu, Our Price, 4W Cents
I cat Cheeked Crash, all lln.n, gross price,
10 cent Our Plica, S Cents
1 case Bleached Towels, by ' tbe pair,
. ftlnged, gross price, 0 cuts.
... Our Price, 10 Cents
I rase M Bleached Mohawk Muslin, groaa
pries, tseeata. Our Price, 12tt Cents
' A great sale to the ue of every household,
1 oao of Turkey led Coven, sites ti aad
. Wat, greoa price, 11.08 and fl.oa
' ' - 0tr rt"' 80 rid Mo.
-. , v.- -'last Turkey Hod. , ,
230 Ltitena An, Scran:
The Times Maj Kot Be All
It Should lie, but Oar
Will go a great way toward
evening np things
for ear customers
I SHE 1 RW THIS F,
9en's Suits, regular price $9, $4.e
Hen's Suits, regular price 12, 7,'
Hen's Pants as loi as
Men's Casslmere Pants
Henjs Fine Dress Puts
BOYS' CLOTH INC
i Seniceable Snit for $ .8
1 Good Wool Snit for
4 Hobby Dress Salt for
2 Pair Knee Pants for
239 Lackawanna Ave.
8ION OF THE BELL
N. A. IIULBERT'S
Pi! MB Sill
WYOMING AVE SCRANTON.
STEMWIY t SOU
MUNICH I BACK
STULTZ I BAUER
Also large stock of firstclaaa
Coal at the bast quality far dootaatl
as, and of all slses, delivered la anj
Crt of the olty at lowest price.
Orders left at my Olllce
NO. 118 WYOMING AVENUE.
Rear room, tlrst floor. Third National
Bank, or seat by mall or telephone to Um
Mao, will reoalra prompt attention.
special contract, will be made for tha
UsaaU delivery of Buckwheat Coal
WM. T. SMITH.
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assH wbbjbsj . vo v. VI VI. . av wa
a U. A. M., la fast all lodfea and sesietles
ibs waawiaag v wum mMvmwmwmtm vmm mmvw ww
bwft prlattoff in tb olty aft lowwt prlM
2 otsea of Snmmer Balbrlggaa Man's tin
derwear. In ail qualities, gross price, 25a,,
Ha and too., onr .
; Pries to Close Out Entire Lot 20c
W doaea Men's White Unlaundrled Bhlrta,
pure linn bmom, double front and back,
gross, price, HI otots,
Our Pries, 29 Cants
t0 doses of Outing Shirts, In all qualities, '
gross price. So., 80c, 60c., Wo. and J&c.
We will make a sweep oa the entire lot
and lot her go at 2S Cents Your Choice
HOSI ERY-Thsas prices will bold good
for all this week. 6M pair Mob's Socks
at Qe., groas price, )0e. : 04 pairs Ladies'
Fast B ack Haas, gross price, 10 rents,
: Our Price, 60.1 W doaea of Preach
' Balbrlggaa Half Hose, aad Fast Blaok
. Hose, groat pries, tt osuta,
i ' Our Pries, 12tt Cants
' Ladles' Verts at one-half less than alee where.
Be careful and call.
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TO our patrons:
Washburn -Q-osby Co. wish to assure their rhajfr tiat
rons thut they will this year hold to their usual custoa
0! milling sRICTLY oLd W H EAT tint i 1 new crop
is fully cured. New wheat is now upon the market, and
owing to the excessively dry weather many millers arv
of the opinion thut It Is already cured, and in proper
condition for milling. Washburn-Crosby Co. will tako
no risks, and will ullow the new wheat fully threw
months to mature before grinding.
This careful attention to every detail of milling ha
placed Washburn-Crosby Co.'s flour far above other
(ERR, SIEBEGKER & GO.
Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums,
Oil Cloths, Window Shades,
and Lace Curtains, Draperies
and Upholstery Goods.
, Pertaining to tbe Carpet and Curtain Trade.
406408 Lackawanna Avenue, Scranton, Pa.
IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE A LAFGE ASSORTMENT OF
Will be found at our branch store in the Watt Build
ing, Church street, Carbondale, Pa.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY. '
OaoeraJ Office: SCRANTON, PA. '
WE RE NOT
For business with any baits tliat will deeeive your
confidence. But with honest value Business methods,
straightforward advertising we are easily making a
popular store more popular. We like to have folks
trade here feeling that they can trust us sure that
they are going to get their money's worth.
THAT'S WHY WE TRUST YOU
Your promise to pay will entitle you to any amount
of credit with us furnish your house flat or room
' pay a little every week or month before you are
aware of it you'll own as cosy a home as one can
desire trv it I
few of ' them left
your'e c welcome to
them at the price un
til they're gone.
A NEW ' DEPART-.(-A
MENT to be open
' ' ' 22s and 227 : j
Wyoii. jfAvenite. '