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THE SCBANTOX THIBUNBTnURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 189.1.
Delivered to any part of the
city. Get your orders ill
WEST SIDE EVENTS.
Friends Entertained at tho Homo of Mr.
and Mrs. William 11. Ortcu.
Other Local Happenings.
Friends of Emerson D. Owen assem
bled Tuesday evening at the home of
'his parents, Mr. and .lira. William H.
Owen, of Oak street, Taylor, for a so
cial observance of a few hours. Those
present wore: Mioses Lotiiso Deppon,
May Uelle B.veetzer, Myrtle l-'raunfelt-er,
Nell St'.vard. Alary Worth, Jennie
Price, '.Mary Harris. Winifred Harris,
"Winnie Ktevans. Jessie Owen, Urace
IDoucl, 'Mary Owens, Annie -Matthias
and lavld Owens, Joseph Jeremiah, D.
J. Davis, Will Keynolils, Frederick O.
I'etera. JKn Evans, Will J. Davis, Sam
uel York. Walter Jones, W. A. Price,
Harry Francis and O. A. Williams.
Miss May Davis, of Koland avenue,
entertained friends last evening. The
party was in the form of a surprise
to Robert Owens, foreman at Uelle
vue jTdr.e. The youna; eop!e passed a
leasant evening. Games added to the
pleasure. Refreshments were served
at a Jato hour to the guests. .
Numerous parties and balls will bo
held this evening to celebrate All Hal
lowe'en. A crysanthemuim social will
tie conducted by a few young ladies at
Beer's hall, on North Main avenue.
Invitations have been sent out to many
of our prominent young people.
A pie social will be ht Id at the home
of Mrs. William Fowler, of Jackson
street arrd Lincoln avenue. The deli
cacies will be enjoyed by a Inrg? num
ber of ipeople. The affair will be man
aged by Mrs. Fowler's Sunday school
class, of the Scranton Street Baptist
Miss Myrtle Fraunfelter will enter
tain this evening. Tomorrow evening
the "Deestreck Skule" will be given at
the "Plymouth Congregational church
by members of the Young People's so
ciety, connected with that body". The
recent similar entertainment of a cen
tral city band of young people, at
MeaiTa' ihall. for the benefit of the
WasJiburn Street Presbyterian church
was well attended. The Plymouth
church young neo.pl a are confident of
their ability to present a good piece of
school burlesque. Tickets sell for 10
Farewell Reception on Fynon Street.
The young people and friends of
Harry Sexton made him a surprise
party at his hnardinir nlnce. Mrs. A. M.
Dershimer's, 1002 Eynon strept, Tuesday
evening, to snow tneir esteem for his
friendship and to wish him a success
ful voyage across the ocean. The event
was a complete surprise ana an eniov.
able time was Indulged In by all pres
ent. The evening was spent in playing
games, after which fruit was served.
Then the guests gathored around the
organ and very appropriately sang
ioa ae wun i s Till Wo Meet Again."
Mr. Sexton came from England about
three years ago and during his short
stay here has won many friends by his
manly and courteous disposition. He
left Scranton on the 1.43 a. m. train that
evening: for New York, where he sailed
on the- St. Paul for England. Among
the many friends present were: Misses
t. Agnes Gritman, Annie Bennet, Stella
Btubblebine, Minnie Carpenter, Clara
Boyd, Alice and Minnie Jones, Bessie
Williams, Sarah and Rose Phillips,
Mary and Lizzls Baylens. Annie Tay
lor, Margaret Evans Annie Dagger,
Mary James, Mary A. Harris, Jnnle
Price, and Thomas Davey, William
Morgan, It. U. Capwell, Fred Neice, Al
vln and David Evans, Harry Davies
William Phillips. J. U. Gritman. J. R.
Bisher, Thomas Bayllss, Roscoe Hatch,
Usorge Beagle, Thomas James, Jona
than Harris, Martin Simons and Chris
Fooled tho Officers.
With lanterns lit and iplstols In a
ready condition our West Side police-
Oil 1 VERGE
Of Giving Up the FightAn El.
mira Citizen's Last Resource
Proves a Success.
From the Elmlra Gazette.
Do yot know Mr. J. S. Boddfr, of 214
Eouth Main street? He hns been a business
man and permanent resident of Elmlra for
over twenty years. A man whose state
ment cannot be disputed. Well, Mr. Dod
der's case In a nutshell Is that he has
been a sufferer from kidney disorders,
but doesn't suffer any more. Wo will let
him tell what has brought about tho
change. ; Here is how ho spoke of his
case to our representative: "I have
never been well since tho closing of the
war, where. In the service of mv 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 Lack, Just back of the
hips, and when they left it v.at only to
be followed by a dull, heavy pain whieh
remained continually. I could lie In but
one or two positions in bed or the pain
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 tho other thing, to no
avail, end was on the verge of giving up
entirely when I saw Doan'a Kidney Pills
advertised. I thought as a last resort I
would jrive them a trial; they were
Blgnijr rvuiuiunnwu, BHQ 1 WOUld US,
Just this one more remedy. I began
taking them, and I am very glad Indeed
to give my statement, that suffering
humanity may receive the tame benefit
I have. A few doses of Doan's Kidney
Pills satisfied me they were helping me.
Now. the pain is all gone, and I am en
tlrely well this, after years of sickness.
Uy sleep at nlnht Is good and refreshing,
t do not feel any more that tired feeling
I used to on rising, all thanks due to
Doan's Kidney Pills."
: Doan'a Kidney Pills are for sate by all
dealers. Price, 80 cents per box- six
boxes for 2.0. By mail on receipt , of
fries by Foster-Mllburn company, Buf
Ulo, X. T lot MenU for United Itatts.
of fh? Siibtii bs.
men visited the Round Woods yester
day morning, two hours after midnight.
In search of tramps. An oflicer had
furnished Information that the woods
was literally full of tramps. A big
Are wan 'burning In the he-art of the for
est and the light cast 'in the darkness
carried out the report. The alarm wa9
given and preparation made. On
hands ai.d knees the blue coats
searched 1 he bushes as they made their
way toward th Are. After many min
utes dodging and careful scrambling
owr burnt or decayed stumps the in
vaders arrived at theecene of the blare.
When they reached the Are a lone, soli
tary figure, with a Dutch brogue, arose
ar.'l rubbed 'his eyes. He was an out
cast from Chicago and had used fence
boards for a flrv. It was a mournful
lot of men who waltzed the German
to 'the West Side police elation.
Scratches yet remain to remind the
limbs of the law of the limbs of the
That Drowning Cup
The WeUih liaptlrt Church Young
Peorle's society has disbanded, accord
ing to the statement of several of Its
former members. It is tarn mat mo so
ciety will Immediately confer with Mr,
Browning and place the cup In his
hands. IMr. Browning will then present
the cup to the Hyide Park Literary and
Debating poelety in accordance with
this society's claim upon It. In the se
ries of debates now Hieing arranged be
tween the Hyde Park society and the
Vesper society of tihe central city, the
two committees appointed to look after
the meetings will perhaps use the cup
as a m'ize. Should this action be taken
a series of exciting contests will be the
result. The Hyde Park toclety's com
mltu-e will meet Friday evening In their
rooms for the purpose of completing the
amtmrernent of the deoates. All mem
bers are earnestly requested to attend,
News Notes and Personals.
T'.ie funeral of Peter Gray, late of 426
Railroad avenue, will take place today
Interment will be made in Hyde Park
CatimXc cemetery. ,
Police . Officer Tom Lewis Is on a
iMrs. P. V. Coons, of Division street,
Is reeoverlne from an Illness.
William Young Is seriously ill at Wis
home, on Ninth etreet.
The funeral of Charles Stewart, late
rif Chestnut street, will take place to
day. Interment will be made In Forest
The funeral of Rav. the chlM of Mr,
and Mr. B. G. Hughes, of GUI North
Sumner avenue, -will take place this
Annie Jeremiah, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James Jeremiah, of Lafayette
street, was married last evening to
Wl'liam Wright, of Jackson street. The
ceremony took plnce , at the bride's
home nnd was performed by Rev. H.
H. Harris, of Taylor. Elmer Hughes
wns best mnn and Miss Jennie Law
West SUo Business Directory.
TAILOR Suits made to order, $18.00 and
up: overcoats. and up. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Repair work a specialty
Frank Gilbert!, 10S3 W. Lackawanna
avenue, near Main avenue.
GET THE MAJESTIC OIL STOVE.
Grand Pallor, Mystic, Easter and Dock
nsh Rnnses. 20 per cent, saved. It. J.
Hughes, agent, 1114 South Main avenue.
DICYC1.E8 repaired, scissors ground,
tools sharpened, saws filed, keys fitted,
machines repaired by W. L. Steenbaek.
dealer In Guns, Fishing Tackle, under
West Side Bank.
PHOTOGRAPHER Cabinet Photos, Jt.40
per dozen. Tiicy are Just lovely. Con
vince yourfelf by calling ot Starner's
Photo Parlors, 101 and 103 South Main
BA RBER. Hnlr cutting and shaving done
In a first-class manner at John H. Rey
nold's Barber Shop, at Falrchlld s Hotel.
GROCERIES Revere Standard Java
Coffee Is unexcelled. The leading coffee
of the day. For sale only at F. W. Ma
son & Co. Fine Groceries, 113 South
SECOND HAND FURNITURE CASH
for anything you have to sell. Furni
ture, Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see
the stock of J. C. King, 1024 and 102
PLUMBINO-Wllllam D. Griffiths. Ill
North Main avenue, does llrst-class
Plumbing, Steam Heat and Gas Fitting.
6atisfuotion is strictly guaranteed.
SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
Movement to Be Instituted with a View
to Securing Better Streets for
This Part of City.
A number of prominent citizens,
amonr them C. O. (Roland, D. P. Mur
ray, Undertaker Michael Miller, John
Schauer, Jr., M. P. Judge, H. J. Spruks,
Christian Storr and many .others are
considering the matter of issuing a call
for a public meeting to take steps re
garding the attainment of a necessity
on the South 'Side, namely, better
streets. What they propose to agitate
is the paving of at least South Wash
ington, Cedar and Flttaton avenues,
these being the three leading thorough
fares of the South Slide.
By calling the property owners to
gether In public meeting, where each
man s views can be heard, these gen
tlemen believe that a movement can
be started that will outlast any other
means fl'lopttu toward eecuring better
roads. Three or four speakers will be
Invited to attend who are qualified to
tpcak on this question.
l oir of St. Mary's Church.
Rev. Peter C. Christ, pastor of St
(Mary's German Catholic church, has
arranged for a fair to be held the week
between Christmas and New Year's.
The parochial hall will be used for the
purpose, and will be luted up most at
tractively. The committees that will
have charge of the work will be an
nounced later, as well as the arrange
ment for contests. The proceeds are to
be devoted to the fund for church pur
Shorter Paragraphs of News.
The funeral of George Hahn, of Birch
street, will take place this afternoon at 2
o'clock. Services will be held at the
Hickory St-.-eet Presbyterian church, and
interment will be made In Plttston Ave
James F, Ledger, of Frcpland. Is visit
ing Joseph Suhtinvicher, of Birch street.
Miss Carrie Hillmer, of Haxleton, is
calling on friends on this side.
Klrhnrd MauRhan. of Bel evue. and Miss
Emily Bernasco, of Stafford avenue, were
married Tuesday afternoon at St. Mary's
church on River street.
A meeting of Comet Iodae. Knlchts of
Pythias, will be held tomorrow night in
The petition In circulation praying for
the reappointment of John Gibbons as
poor director for three years more, Is re
ceiving signatures of all citizens without
reirard to party politics. He has comnnrt-
ed himself as poor guardian In a manner
that has given complete' satisfaction, and
tho desire to see Judge Arohbald reappoint
aim IB uiiuiimiuua.
We represent tho leading carrlaore mnnu-
facturers In tho country, and can furnish
you with high grade work at better prices
than at New York or Philadelphia. A
large assortment of first-class vehicles al
ways on- hand. Call and see us before
going elsewhere.' All work guaranteed.
Wm. Rlume A Son,
, 622 and 624 Spruco St.
Mrs. Williams, of Montrose, spent yea
fenlc.y calling on some of her North Knd
A. J. Phalln Is biilldlng' a new house on
Summit avenue. ,.
. Miss Watklns Is seriously til at her home
pn Putnam street. - .
Ambrose Mutley, of North Main avenue.
Is in New York city. , . '
The business men of the North End are
complaining about the olefins; up of West
Market street between Church and Wayne
avenues. The street has been blocked now
for about two weeks owing to the laying
of the sewer.
L. L. Bright Is spending a few days
who menus at u ravel pond.
Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock the
woman's Home and Foreign Missionary
socioty of the Providence Presbyterian
tun re ii win nom a praise meeting, Wfllco
will be followed by a social.
Miss P. D. Relph, of Waverly, who Is
aueniimg me leacners- institute In tnis
city, is being entertained by Mrs. Juhn
Huff, of Ferdinand street.
Miss Minnie Widger, of Carbondale, is
visiting some of her North End friends.
John Wert returned yesterday afternoon
from a visit with friends at Peckvlilo.
Manley's hall should be crowded tonight
to witness the presentation of "Diamonds
and Toads" by a company of young ladies.
The entertainment is for the benefit of
St. Agnes' guild, of St. Mark's mission.
A tea will be held at the home of Mr. and
airs. D. E. Barton, on Dudley street,
Tuesday evening, Nov. 6, under the aus
pices of the Ladies' Aid society of the
Presbyterian church. The Lawrence or
chestra will furnish musio during the
G. W. B. Allen attended the Osborn
Mlddleton nuptials at Wilkes-Barre last
The funeral of Mrs. John Rice will take
place from her late residence, corner of
Center nnd Apple streets, this afternoon
at 2.30, and Interment will be mado in
A large number of the young friends of
Charles Webber gathered at his home on
Ulukely street last night and tendered him
a surprise party. Those present were tho
Misses Eva Hess, Eva Montgomery, Me
llnda Cole, Snrah Hughes, Huttle Bishop,
Susie Dodge, Ida Edun, Edith and Emma
Cronk, Ethel Jackson, Florence Donnelly,
Lizzio Wetherlll, Jennie Wetherlll, Mrs.
Alton Swartz and Messrs. Fred Dodge,
George Ellis, Edward Mitteer, Elmer
Jackson, Walter Nelmeyer, Bruce Mil
liard, Lawrence Brink, Alton Swartz,
Richard Anguln, Frank Hallock, George
Allen, John Dreyer.
Miss Clara Hess has accepted a position
with Miss Minnie Bingham.
A delegation of the Young Men's Insti
tute, No. 184, will attend the social of the
Columbus council at Scranton tonight.
Tha Rushers Foot Ball club will jour
ney to Pine Brook Nov. 8 and line up
against the Crescents of that place.
Mrs. Marie Mulherln, of Main street, is
The sporting fraternity Is endeavoring
to arrange a shoctlng match between Con
Fallon nnd Thomas Murray.
One of the most daring burglaries ever
perpetrated In this place occurred last
Monday, when some unknown miscreants
entered the residence of Thomas Sullivan,
of Church Hill. The thieves ransacked
the house from the cellar to the garret,
eecuring two valuable watches, XI In
small change and other articles. There
is no clue to the perpetrators.
A Hnllowc'en party will be tendered
Davy Jones, of Greenwood, this evening.
NEW .METHOD OF DELIVERY.
Tricycle lias Been Put in t'so for That
Not a little curiosity and Interest
has been awakened w,lthln the last
two days by the appearance on the
business streets of a tricycle support
ing a brightly painted box-like com
partment, and ridden by a uniformed
young man. The outfit Is owned and
used in a purely practical way by the
While the vehicle and its r der attract
much notice and serve as an advertise
ment of the laundry, the outfit Is not
for advertising purposes. It is merely
an evidence or a new era of the wheel
steed, which has for several months
been noticed in New York city, where
messengers are equipped with a aim
liar vehicle, and use It for the de
livery of packages. The Scranton tri
cycle nas pnucmaclc t res. a brake am!
wheels, frame, ball-bearings and other
pans wntcn are almost identical with
tnose or a bicycle. The on v real fllf.
ference is that the new machine has
three wheels, and supports a box for
noiuinv ounajes. It is seared ma that
u is propeuea with ease.
THOUGHT THEM SMUGGLERS.
And Chief Simpson Is Not Altogether
satisfied mat They Are Not.
vu.-c-i OJ.HIIJBUI1- us lnvesiifranna' a
supposed case of smuggling which was
orougnc to nis attention vestenlnv. In
a Uttle shanty which occupies the site
or ineoia gas works across the miirnoH
irom r incn s foundry 1 ves a crowd nt
pack peddlers. Yesterday twelve
trunks were unloaded at this place and
xne unusual occurrence attracted the
attention of residents of that neighbor
hood, who communicated their observ
ations to tne ponce.
The chief and a squad of o Ulcers vis
ited the house yesterday and found the
trunks as stated and also discovered
them to be packed with dress goods and
tne like, cut there was nothing to be
token whether or not they were im
ported. The peddlers stated that the
goods had been purchased In New York.
but as their quantity and quality were
enougn to arouse suspicion the chief de
cided to make Inquiries to rrove the
truth or falsity of the peddlers' story.
OLCOTT AS IRISH ARTIST.
Pleased a Large Andlenco at tho Academy
of Mnsia Last Night.
Chauncey oicott and his company
produced "The Irish Artist" at the
Academy of Music last evening before
an audience that crowded the house to
the doors. It was an enthusiastic au
dience and it applauded the various
numbers sung by-Mr. Oicott In a way
that proven conclusively now thor
ougtuy they were enjoyed. Mr. Olcott's
voice was heard to splendid advantage
The Irish Artist" Is not an Ideal
drama of life in he Qrecn Isle because
constructed on false premises, but It
was well interpreted by Mr. Oicott and
nis company ana tne regret of the au
dience was that the nlaywrlte did not
display the same honesty and conscien
tiousness in constructing the drama as
the actors did in delineating it.
HE WILL NOT RETIRE.
8. G. Kerr Denies a Rumor Afloat Con
Within the last tew days rumors have
been currren't to the effect that S. O
Kerr Intended to retire from the car
pet trade In wh'ich he has been engaged
for years. In reference to these rumors
Mr. Kerr said yesterday to a Tribune
"They are positively without founda
tion for I have no intention whatever
of retiring from business. Health ami
strength permitting, I propose to re
main in the harness as long as I live,"
BIG FOUR ROUTE.
Line to the Atlanta
Trains leave Buffalo 6.40 a. m. dally for
Columbus, Springfield, Dayton and Cin
cinnati; 9.45 a. m. or Indianapolis, Peoria
and St. Louis.
Southwestern Limited finest train In
America leaves Buffalo at 11.60 p. m. dally
with combination cafe and library car,
elegant Wagner sleeping cars and day
coaches on all trains, which make close
connection In Union depots at Cincinnati
and St. Louis, for all points west, south
and southwest. For further Information,
call on local agents or address C. S. Black
man, general eastern agent, No. 40 Ex
change St., Buffalo, N. Y. .
Piles! Plies! Itching Piles.
Symptoms Moisture; - intense itching
and stinging; most af night; worse by
scratching. If allowed to continue tumors
form, which often bleed and ulcerate, be
coming very sore. Swnyne's Ointment
stops the Itching and bleeding, heals ul
ceration, ana In most cases icmoves the
tumors. At druggists, or by ,rta!l, for M
cents. Dr. wayne ft Son, Pnliadelpnh
"NEW XO.16 BUILDINGS
Contract for Its Erection Executed Yea.
tcrday with Peter Silpp.
The contract for new No. 16 school
was yesterday executed with Peter
Stlpp, the contractor. The building
will be located on Chestnut street in
the Fourteenth ward and will cost $33,
65. The heating and ventilating ap
partus will cost $3,725 more. The land
The dimensions of the building are
102x128. The height Is 60 feet from the
ground to the top of the ridge. It will
be built of buff brick with Nicholson
blue stone and Indlnna lime stone
trimmings. It will be the largest of the
twelve-room buildings. When com
pleted the building will be one of the
handsomest in the city and will be a
credit to Controller Jennings and the
WEDDED AT CATHEDRAL.
Miss Nellie Hopkins .Married to John J.
In St. Peter's cathedral at 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon .Miss Nellie Hop
kins, of Franklin avenue, was married
to John Cuinmings, of Franklin avenue,
by Rev. J. J. B. Feeley. The bride was
charmingly attired and was attended
by MIe Ellen Rafter. William Cough
lln was groomsman.
After the cereipony the wedding par
ty was idrlven to the home of the
bride's mother, on Franklin avenue,
where the wedding festivities were held.
They were attended by a large number
of the young friends of the bride and
Air. an5 Mr Cuminlngs will reside
on Franklin avenue.
Traps are the best fall and spring ve
hicle. Wo have nn elegant line of the very
latest styles in all grades, and will sell
at reduced prices In order to make room
tor our winter stock, (.all and see oui
Blume's Carriage ReDosItorv.
IK2 and B24 Spruce st,
Has No Equal
Foot Ball Goods,
Hand-Loaded Shells a Specialty
Gun and Locksmith,
A. W. JURISGH
435 SPRUCE STREET.
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of symptoms by which consumption can
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Cough, one or two slight efforts on
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Short breathing after exertion.
Tightness of tie chest.
Quick pulse, especially noticeable in the
evening and alter a full meal.
Chilliness in the evening, followed by
Perspiration toward morning and
Tale face and languid in the morninj.
Loss of vitality.
If you have these symptoms, or any of
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Thursday an J Friday.
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nov. -tntira wee.
Return of tha Favorites, th
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MoJnesd ,y Tar and Tartar
Wodnesday Matinee Bohemian Girl
inursday Chimes of Normandy
bsturdity Matluee H Ship Ahoy
Gallery 10 Cents
Balcony 20 and 30 Cunts
First Floor 30 Cents
Parlor Chairs 80 Cents
Eight diagrams open Friday morning at 9
Wagner & Rcls, Lessees and Managers.
TWO NIGHTS, N07. 1 1110 2
- America's Groatest TragedUn,
Manatement of Wm. F, Connor, In the
Two Productions ot the Seusou,
Two Sumptuous Hcenlc Productions.
Regular prices. Bale of seats opens Oct 30,
at a. iu.
H3NDAY AND TUESDAY EVENINGS,
NOV. 4 AND 8.
SPECIAL MATINEE TUESDAY
C. B. Jefltrton, Klaw a Erlinger't Enormgail,
PALMER COX'S BROWNIES
BIGGER, BETTER AND BRIGHTER THAN EVER.
THE WORLO'S GREATEST SPECTACLE
Sole of seats openi Thursday, Oct. 81, at 9 a.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
Oct 31, Nov. 1 and 2. '
ao -STAR ARTISTS -20,
Ilia IKE ARMLESS WM.
Admission, 10, 20 or 30 Cents.
IrWe Do Not Advertise In the
tt asp s-as-
The beat wearing, most stylish, and
the greatest value of any $3.00 lien's
Shoes on tho continent.
licet calfskin, dongola tops, solid
leutlier soles, with all the popular toes,
lasts and fastenings, and Lewis' Cork
Each pair contains a paid-up Acci
dent Insurance Policy for $100, good for
Wear Lewis'Accldont Insurance Shoes
once and yon will never change. Tha
Insurance goes for "full tneasuro.M
Talk with your dealer who sells Lowis'
FOR SALE AT
Globe Shoe Store
i27 LACK! AVE., SCRANT0.1, PI
EVANS ft POWELL, Prop'ra.
The Finest in the Cltjr.
The latest Improved furnish'
togs and apparatus for keepiag
neai, Doner aod eggs. ,
aaa Wyemina Av
Quality with us is always the
Hammer the Prices Down
At no time in the history
of Scranton has there been
offered such values as these.
From 6 to 12 years, assorted
color, same as electrotype;
$1.98-Beat It If Yon Can-$1.9S
Ladies' Double Beaver Cape,
Satine trimmed; never sold
for less than five dollars,
$2.98-For a Few Dajrs-$i98.
A line to close out; prices
ranging from five to fifteen
Yonr Choice, 13.98.
Q1 flfl WITT THTV A Flne French Felt Hat, In anv color, ivorth
0vV iliLLDUl fully $1.75. No chromo thrown in.
IV IT T kTIV A Velvet
tuwit m juu uui sold by
additional offering to captivate the
Lackawanna Avenue, Scranton, Pa.
Trust and Safe Deposit Co.
NO, 404 Lackawanna Avenue.
Surplus and Undivided Profits,
WILLIAM T. SMITH,
HEKRT J. ANDERSON1,
JOHN W. FOWLER,
Business and personal ncsounts received.
Savings deposits received and interest paid on sums of $1 upwards.
Till Lnmnnnv nut fw Ttnut,. l'viti.iifni M,...
j , - " . uuuiuiaut vivi, uuuwi
appointment by the courts, corporations or individuals.
Designated Legal Depository for the State of Pennsylvania and the
Courts of Lackawanna County.
Safes of desirable sizes In Fire and Burglar Proof Vaults for Rent
from $5 to $40 perannnm, and convenient Storage for Valuables for
the summer months.
OLD WHITE PINE TIMBER
For Heavy Structural Work.
flHY SIZE, AND OP TO FORTY FEET LONG
RICHARDS LUMBER CO
22 Commonwealth Bldg., Scranton, Pa. Telephona 422.
BROW km STEEL .
Bolts, Nuts, Bolt Ends, Turnbuckles, Washers, Riv
ets, Horse Nails, Files, Taps, Dies, Tools and Sup
plies. Sail Duck for mine use in stock.
SOFT - STEEL - HORSE - SHOES,
And a full stock of Wagon Makers' Supplies, Wheels,
Hubs, Rims, Spokes, Shafts, Poles, Bows, etc,
Whan VAtl mn hav .nn .AlMttflnallv
Tented Frc by th naw method.
. tff-'fhora nra bnndrada of pa,, pis If lb7
mmww una, wuuju gu muem 10 nara inair
xaiBttifd. DOST WAIT.
tarWhen yon jrt lanaat, or f'aaom", '
many ptopl call them, Oat th Beat, aa they
won i mat too any mora tnan poorer ones.
Do net trtltt vourvaluabla alaht to nad
dlerm. Th ACRO-CR YSTAL LENSES
wm correct tha vision and stop all
pain in tha head.
rlteed In tba Finest Mid Grid Frtm?s for $3
Th aa Lenaa an told on'y by
EYE SPECIALIST AND JEWELER
Oppcalta Scranton Houm,
803 Laokawanna Avt., 8CKANT0N, PA.
to 11 a. m 1 to and T to I n. at.
Of all kinds, aannfacurtd at abort
MtkMf Its Trttsue CZttm
first consideration; this secured w)
to make them acceptable to all
Hat or Bonnet, nicely trimmed;
houses for $5.00, with an.
HENRY BEUN, Jr.
H. T. BL.AI K.
J. HEN UIVMIIK.
WM. T. SMITH.
tvlLLIAM CON NELL.
Oar Stoek In Trade
Malnljr Consists of
Sterling Silver Novelties,
Silver Plated Ware,
Fine Cnt Glass,
Fine Leatber Goods,
Wa carry tba largmt variety in all of tVaa
line. No concern nearo th. the great cltlea
can ehow anrh a variety. Onr word ia onr
bond. Nearlv thirty yeara of eucceaeful bnsl
n, aa ahoold be proof enough that oar vooda
and pi-leea are right and alwaya have been
oth of yeans mnd middle
tbvi tan nawmnM. Thai
RMrlta of trtfctmtnt. Kltl.rma. nrnAiuHm wtm
MMeNerroM Pobllitj, Klfrhtly IirJUoiif , Corumrtioii,
lixiinila' rvknnat.'ni 1awaJiaaMl IAh n imaia mk.1 T
Tmr eale by JOHN tt. PHKT.PH Trm
giat, Wyoming ara. and Bpruoa atraaU
MERCEREAU & CONNELL
CiTii- .711 3aa.i.l
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