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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1896.
A. (renin of tartar baking powder. Highest
cf all In leaveuing treiiptli.-Lteat tutted
Btataa Goverumant Food Report
Royal Baking Powdcr Co., New York.
fRadrn will plaaa nolo that aavertlat.
Bienta, ordara for Job work, and ttema for
Eublleatlon left at the establishment of
hannon ft Co., newsdealers, North Main
treat, will receive prompt attention; of
Uce open frjm I a. m. to 10 p. m.
WOOD'S COLLEGE BANQUET.
Many I)ltingiiixhed l'etsons Will Bi
Wood's College class banquet will be
one of the most elnborate affairs In this
city. Professor W. P. Gregory havlnic
done everything In hl power to make
the affair a success.
Many distinguished persons will be
prment at the Invitation of the du.
Governor Hastings annnunt-iiig: lila In
tention to be here if passible. Hon. T.
L. James, ex-postmaster frenerul of the
United States will be preft, as will
lon. H. M. Edward), of Scranton. und
Uetuuikl Frank Reeder of Boston, sec
retary of the commonwealth.
The following; ajwnitlemen will re3ond
to toasts. Hun. Thomas I James. Hon
II. M. Edwards, Mayor J. J. O'Neill, H.
J. Hoekenberry. Frederick Forbes. W.
M. Utthrope. O. . Wtlmarth and M. A.
PurcelJ. Th banquet will be held at
Hotel Anthracite and Proprietor
Outnaior Is making; preparations to serve
his truest In the mont elaborate man
ner. TWO ACCIDENTS.
.Hiss Julia Kune and Nicholas Suleano
Are Injured by Machinery.
A peculiar and painful accident or-cut-red
on Huturduy to Miss JulltuKane,
uf Woodlawn avenue. Miss Kune Is
employed ut the C'uiboinlale laundry,
and while leaning over a machine was
hit In the chin by u putt of It. The
wound received was u severe one and
It Is remarkable that the young ludy
did not sustain a broken Jaw.
Nicholas Haleano. of Electric alley. Is
congratulating himself on his escape
from Instant death Saturday. While
at work In the Coalbrook breaker his
hand caught In a rope and he came
nearly being dragged Into some ma
chinery and ground to pieces. As It Is
his hand was mangled In a terrible
To Be Held Wednesday Kveuiug for
the Pittston Sufferers.
The diagram for the entertainment to
be given for the relief of the Pittston
sufferers Wednesday afternoon and
evening opens today and people should
not lose the opportunity to aid the per
sons who have been left without sup
port and at the same time witness a
It Is needless to say anything con
cerning the attractions to be presented.
They have been seen before and wore
received with the greatest enthusiasm
Miss Plnckei t will be seen In her skirt
dance and the paper dulls, jumplng
Jacks and letter blocks of the "Comedy
of Toys" will again bow to the public.
Klota Bros. Silk .Mill W ill Opeu This
The Klott Bros, silk mill which has
been shut down for mime time on ac
count of the scarcity of orders, will re
sume wuik this morning much to the
Joy of the 1M0 employes who have befti
thrown out of work.
Trade it piTHent Is in an unsettled
condition and it Is inipnnl!le to deter
mine yet wl.at style of goods will be In
rtemand. Several orders, however,
have Just been received and it la now
hoped matters will mend
Vsceplionc Bund Excursion.
The vocophone band paraded the
treats Saturday evening d'scoursing
sweet muie(?) and adveittslng the big
picnic th-y wl'l hold next week at Crys
tal Lake. The boys have ariauged on
Interesting programme of.sports for the
day Including foot, boat and bicycle
rnces. At ten o'clock there will lie a
game of ball between the Dclmonlcos,
composed of Carboudule campers,' and
the Nationals, of this city.
PERSONAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
A. J. Wells left Saturday for a two
Week's stay at Atlantic. City.
. Mrs. George Chapman and son Guy
and Miss Jennie Vincent, are visiting
at Glen Summit.
Frank Miles spent Sunday with his
parents Dr. and Mrs. A. Niles.
Charles Hunter, of Clifford was in this
A.' V. Gurney has returned from a
short stay at Honesdale.
Announcement la made of the mar
riage of Miss Margaret Duffy, of Garden
Carpet Remnants and Odd
Pieces at Less Than Cost.
See Our Show Windows for
Odd Lots at OncIIalf Price
to Close Out. Now is the
time to buy, as we have some
very desirable lots left.
)i Lack Ave
Until mi Will hjw 'talir.
cmtt ran io
avenue and Patrick Newcomb. of Far
view street. They'wlll be wedded at St.
RoVe. church Wednesday, July 2'J.
George WMeman, of l'nlondale. was
calling U!)ou friends In this city Satur
day. H. i.eo. Moses, of Scranton, who has
been the guest of B. L. Singer of South
Main street for the last few days hus
Mrsi Ellen McOafflgan, of Scranton,
Is visiting friends In this city.
Miss May Kllpatrlck of Darte avenue,
has returned from a two weeks visit
with relatives at Balnbrldge, N. Y.
Miss Joule Lee, of Thompson, Is visit
ing her sister. Mrs. J. F. Campbell on
Miss Annie Kerchoff Is spending a few
days with friends In Nanticoke.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. A. Tlngley. who
have been visiting friends In Susque
hanna, returned home Saturday. '
Mrs. James O'Boyle and daughter
Katharine, srent Saturday In Scran
ton. Harry Kearney has gone to Missouri
whore he will reside in the future.
The Missis Ward, of Scranton. v.'ho
have been visiting their sister. Mrs. J.
Carden on Woodlawn avenue, have re
Patrick Cavennugh, of Brooklyn
street, left lust week for New York
which will be his home in the fuluie.
Miss Maggie Thomas, of Philadel
phia, Is the guest of friends in town.
Mrs. A. F. Giles and children left
Saturday for New Mllford to visit Mrs.
Miss Kutli Ttcvenburg and Annie
Evans spent Saturday in Scranton.
Miss Tlllle Nealon and Master Andrew
Nealoit spent Sunday with friends in
John B. Shannon and family will move
to Crystal Lake today where they will
spend the remainder of the season.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frank have re
turned Dom their New England trip.
Mrs. Strickland, of Lincoln avenue.
is visiting her daughter. Mrs. William
Blair, of Cuoperstown. N. ' Y.
Mrs. Charles Rogers, of White Haven,
who has been the guest of Mrs. K. B.
Gardner for the past two weeks, left
Saturday to visit her daughter. Mis. A.
L. Derry, of Scranton.
Farmers that visit this town, report
the ravages of tlie destructive army
worm A farmer living near the sil
ver mines in Canaan, Wayne county,
witnessed a very strange sight a few
mornings uo. It was in the morning
when old Sol's lays were beginning to
dispel the darkness, that the farmer
paid a visit to a :stuie trmt hud suf
fered severely from the incursions of
the pest during the nltfht. He noticed
that they were very numerous, and
were directing their utteiitlon to an old
stump a few yards distant and which
had been the abode of a wood-chuck for
some time. The farmer awaited de
velopments. The wood-chuck's Instinct
must huve warned him of an approach
ing danger, as he made his appearance
at the entrance of Ills luililtutiou, to
view the surroundings. The sight of
the writhing muss of worms coming In
a manner tliut would do credit to the
organizing genius of a Napoleon with
a goodly body of Intanto, this repre
sentative of that species which gave
Daniel Webster his llrst fame us a
(ileuder, considering wisely the world
thereabouts avus not huge enough for
two conqueror, and lindlng himself
outnumbered, and noticing the ene
my about to execute a Hank movement.
hastily departed for "other worlds to
conquer" and hus not been Seen since.
The members of St. Amies' Pioneer
corps huve decided to hold their third
annual picnic In the grove near the On
tario station on Tuesday, August IS,
and they are anticipating a moist en
joyable time. A social will be held at
Davis' opeta house in the evening. Geo.
McKernou is general manager of the
undertaking and John Callahan and
David Huley are a committee to per
The. Crystal Luke hotel, under the
management of Williams & Whipple,
will have a grand opening July -1. The
Ji.iinyn baud will furnish music. This
popular hotel hus been thoroughly re
inodled and refurnished throughout.
The. lake is u delightful place for a
Samuel Martin, of Scranton, was In
Business called M. J. Knrrell, of South
Gibson, to this place Saturday.
Mrs. William Maxey and children re
turned Saturday from their visit with
F. E. Parkhurst. of Wilkees-Bnrre,
was among the visitors In town Satur
day. Miss Helen E. Leach, of Chinchilla, n
graduate of the Mnnsllelil Normal
class of '!i6. Is visiting her school friend,
Mlrs Bertha Dunn.
Miss Teresa Chirk, of Pleasant Mount,
Is the guest of her sister. Mis. J. K.
J. K. Thomas, of Ulnghaniton, was
In tills borough Saturday.
C. W. Lewis and O. L. Sampson, of
Thompson, were visitors in town Sat
urday. Mr. Lewis is the champion
checker player of Susquehunna county.
The funeral services over the remains
of the late Mrs. E. Y. Evans were held
Saturday morning from her late home
on Grove street, and was largely at
tended. Among those present were
many of the d.-ceased's associates and
friends. Hev. E. J. llaughton offici
ated und spoke eloquently and with
much pathos. There were u number of
beautiful Moral offerings received. At
the close of the services the remains
were borne to the Forest Home ceme
tery for Interment. The pall-bearers
were: Messrs. D. A. Williams. M. C.
Judge, John It. Johns. J. D. Atherton,
Alonzo Hendeishot and William Tldd.
Alfred Howen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Bowen, of the West, is visit
ing his parents on North Main street.
On Saturday evnlng a party was
tendered to John, son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Owens, of this place, In honor of
his sixteenth birthday. Gaines and
amusements were indulged in until a
late hour. Kefieshniunts were then
served. Those present were: Misses
Gertrude Morris. Sadie Gordon. Ger
trude W'ntkins, Maxgle Jones. Minnie
Baker, Blanche und Clara Wtnslow.
Bertha Nelghhart, Mattle Powell. Cella
McDonnell, Lizzie and Curdle Owens,
and Eugene Reese, Thomas Evans.
John Owens. William Grtfllths, Henry
Powell, Alonzo Curl, Thomas Jones.
The Independent social club will con
duct its regular weekly dance at Web
er's rink tomo: row evening.
A valuable horse owned by our popu
lar Undertaker, J. K. Davis, died Satur
E. Whltehouse and E. McAndew,
both of the Pyne, ran one hundred yards
dash Saturday evening between & and
6 o'clock, on the back road for a purse
of $50. which was Interesting from the
start to the finish, the former winning
by a small margin of six feet.
Taylor colliery, which has been Idle
for the past few months, will resume
work tomorrow. '
, At the council meeting Friday even
ing a request was presented to have the
Traction company clean their gutterB
and have the bridge crossing the Kelser
creek mude luuiv secure:''" '
.Misses Janet I nulla and Polly Davis-;
who have been spending the past week
ut Washington, D. C, have returned
Mrs. J. B. Slckler has returned after
visiting with relatives at Benton.
Mr. and Mrs. diaries Miller, of Park
Place, spent Sunday with the latter'a
parents In town.
Charles Webster, of Canaan, spent
Sunday with his sister, Mrs. A. H. Jen
kins, of the West End.
Sheridan Lodge, No. 210, K. of P., will
hold a public installation in Ledyard
hall this evening, at which the follow
ing programme will be given: Opening
by prayer, Rev. Allan; singing; sitting
of chancellor commander; solo, W. W.
Watklns; Installation of chancellor
commander; recitation, Miss Monies;
Installation of vice-chancellor com
mander; solo, Arthur Wiighston; In
stallation of prelate and master works;
solo, David Davis; recitation. Miss Bes
sie Craig; installation of K. of R. and
S., M. of E., M. of P.; recitation. Miss
Annie Nute; cornet solo. Jay Barrett;
iiintallatlon of M. of E. and Junior und
outside guards: music by Mr. Lewis;
address. Rev. S. O. Slmpklns; solo,
Howell Davis; rccUalion, Miss Blanche
Cede; charge to lodge by installing otll
cers; solo, David Davis; recitation, Mr.
Barrett: remarks. Rev. Allen; benedic
tion. Rev. Siiupkius; accompanist, Mrs.
W. W. Watkins.
The employes of the Consumers' Pow
der company will be paid today.
Joseph G. Bull spent Sunday ut Lake
MY. and Mrs. William Peters spent
Sunday with friends at Scranton.
VICTIM OF A CLEVER SWINDLE.
Indiana Couple Sell Their l'lirui lor
Double lis Vitlur.
Slielliwillc. I lid.. Julv 111. A neat
piece of contidence work was exposed
here todsy when Adolf Wreit related
linw lie had been induced to purchase a
small piece uf property of Ernest
Schmidt, ids employer. Wrelt was
known to have about $.i,0tio, and to think
a great deal of Mrs. Schmidt, whose
hUKbund wanted to dispose of his prop
erty. Accordingly a trap was set for
Wrelt and last week Mrs. Schmidt se
cured a divorce from her husband in
tin- circuit court, alleging cruelty,
Schmidt making no defense. Before
applying for the divorce, however, the
woman agreed to marry Wrelt. If lie
would purchase the property and house
hold effects of Schmidt.
This was agreed to. and when 'the
divorce was granted Wrelt hunted up
Schmidt and offered him $Lt)Oo for his
place, $1,111)11 more than Its value.
Schmidt refused, wanting $2,0uO, which
he was tlnally given u check for. This
was the next day after the divorce had
been grunted, and thut evening Schmidt
and his wife took a train for Clncln
imti, where they were remarried and
ure now en route to Germany. Wrelt
LOSS MADE HIM INSANE.
About $1300 found Hidden in Uoxe
iu a t'eltur.
Chilian. Pa., July 1H. While visiting
his sister at Homer City,' John Fuust.
of Hlcktowu. became suddenly insane
during the niyiit He raved about hid
den wealth. Vesterday he was removed
to un asylum. A valise was found here
which belonged to Foiist. In It were
written diiectioiis.wlth a diagram show
ing where Fuust had hidden money at
An Investigation tvus made, and small
Luxts containing Jl.i.1'0 in the aggregate
Were unearthed In a cellar. It Is be
lieved that the loss of this satchel con
taining the diagram is what dethroned
SEARCH FOR A MISSING CHILD.
Et-urs ut Kscnnubu That u Ueur Has
Devoured n Girl.
Estanaba, Mich., July IS. Over l.OWl
people started for the woods- six miles
fium here at :l o'clock this morning In
search of the 10-jear-old daughter of
Bernard Harvey, who was lost Tuesday
while out picking berries.
A well organized search was made all
day, but no trace of the child has been
fuund. Ik".' parents are distracted lest
the little one has been devoured by a
bear or some uther wild beast. Bluod
huunds will bu employed in the search
SHOOTS ONE OF HIS ASSAILANTS.
Indiana ,11c reliant Bcateu tor Testily
iiiK AtinniM Alleged Thieves.
Bourbon. Ind., July 19. Samuel Bur-gi-ner
of the linn of Iluigener lirotheia,
of Donelvin. who was the principal wit
ness iiifttlust John Howell an I John Al
len, charged with robbing his stoi-e re
cently, was attacked by the men today
und buily beaten. Hurgener managed
to draw a revolver nml lli-ed four shots,
one taking effect In rtoi veU's bruin.
Small hope a entet tuined of his recov-
Presulent laac Lewis of fcsibinii. Oliio,
Is liiylily rcs)ciii'(l all llirotieli that
section, lie lias lived in Clinton Co.
lb years, ami lias been president of
the Subintt Hank 'JO years. Ho gladly
test! lies to tlio merit of Hood's barsa
):irilla, and Tvlisit lie says Is worthy
intention. All bruin workers liml
Hood's !arsnmrilla peculiarly iuh)ted
d their needs. It makes pui'i', rich,
red blood, und from this comes ncne,
mental, bodily and digestive strcntrth.
"Iam glad to say that Hood's Parsara
rllla is a very good medicine, especially
as a blood purifier. It Las done me good
many times. For eevcrnl J tan I suffered
greatly with pains of
in one eye and nbout my temples, es
pecially at night when I hnd been having
a bard day of ph.vbicul and mental labor.
I took many remedies, but found help only
in Hood's Hurenparilln which cured me of
rheumatism, neuralgia and headache.
Hood's Sarsnparilla ban proved itself atrue
friend. I al?o take Hood's Pilla to keep
my bowels regular, and like the pills
' very much." Isaac Lewis, gabina, Ohio.
Is the One True Blood Purifier. AUdrugtilsU. II.
Prepared only ly f. I. Howl Si to., Lowell. Mass.
. rttfi are prompt, efficient and
nOOCi 8 FillS caiy in effect SSoenU.
ery. . Allen, after Rowel hod been shot,
went around the streets boasting that
he would kill Buigener before sunset.
He was captured und taken to Ply
. - .
CAVE UNDER LAKE MICHIGAN.
Iron Miucrsnt Wukelield, Mich., !Mnkc
a Itcmurknhle Discover).
Bessemer, Mich., July IS. While drift
ing in No. 1 shaft at the Chicago mine
at Wakelleldd, at a depth of about 150
feet, the miners discovered a cave next
to and following the foot wall. The
cave Is perfectly dry, although almost
directly under the like This cave Is
reported to be Ir vu twenty to thirty
feet high. William Oppen and William
A. Monroe civil engineers, went today
from this city to make a thorough ex
ploration of this discovery. The floor Is
said to be composed of a high grade of
GIVEN TAR AND FEATHERS.
Distuvtcliil Wicon..iii Man Punished
by luiliguuiit Neighbors.
Neenah. Wis., 111. A dozen men went
to the residence of Patrick Gerughty in
the town of Menasha last night., call
ed him to the ihsir on the plea that a
nlghbor wanted to buy some stone from
his quarry, when they seized him and
gave him a coat of tar and fathers.
He was brought to this city, where he
was taken to the Russell house wash
room and by the aid of ammonia and
turpentine the tar and feathers were
partially removed. The affair Is prob
ably an outcome cf the suit for divorce
brought by his wife.
SNAKES IN A DEI).
Eleven Deadly Copperheads Found
I ndcr the Pillow.
Clearfield. Pa.. July ID.-Kdward Bar
rett, residing at Falling Springs, was
tejriukr down an oiit-hntiKe iieri lie hiu
children as a play room, when he re
moved the bedding from a cot in one
In lifting a pillow he uncovered a
nest of eleven copperhead snakes. Four
jf the reptiles escaped through a knot
le. Several of the snalces were nv,r
three feet long.
PECULIAR DEATH OF A WOMAN.
Cousin ofronurcstmHii Cooper of In
diana Killed by Her Husband.
Columbus.. 1ml., July 1. At Kdln
burg today Pleasant Prultt was hand
ling a shotgun, which was discharged,
tearing off the top of his wife's head,
killing her Instantly. Mrs. Co p.jr wu
a cousin of Congressman Cooper, of this
No one saw It. The coroner Is Invest
igating the case.
TRAIN MEN HELD FOR WRECK.
Iowa Horror Attributed to Criminal
Negligence by the Jury.
Logan, Iowa, July in, The coroner's
Jury which has been Investigating the
wieck In which twenty-seven lives were
lost hue Saturday night, has returned
e veidict holding Engineer Montgomery
und Conduc tor Reed of the excursion
train guilty of criminal negligence.
Warrants Were issued for them. They
arc In Jul I at Boone,
If the Ilaby 1st Cutting Teeth.
Mrs. Wlnslow':. Soothing Syrup hm
been used for over Fifty Tears by Mil.
j;cns of Mother-: for tlielr Children
while Teething, with Perfect Succms.
It Soothes the Child, Softens the Gums,
.'Hays all Pain, Curea Wind Collo nni
Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Sold
by Druggists in every part of the world.
Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's
Soothing Syrup." and take no othr
hind. Twenty-live cents a bottle. M
SCH0H CHEST FfU
1 JL u JL y m u .j
307 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
HERE IS NO DOUBT
sale. It has taken the town out of town, too.
People coming from everywhere no let-up to the
immense bargain offerings. To miss these bar
gains is HKe uirowing money away. The extreme
ly low prices have made a week's 'quick selling. Buyers
know, without argument, great values aud are not slow in se
curing their needs. Today will note old-tashioned crowds of
buyers. Neighbors aud friends have been showing their
purchases; that is the way with our goods sure to influ
ence others. Imagine the biggest man in the city, see him
walk out of our store with a pair of shoes. Paid either $2.00
or $3.00; looks as well, fits as well and wears as well as if
$5.00 or $6.00 were paid.
Men's Dress Shoes only 99c.
Men's targe Shoes, double sole and tip, 95c.
Boys' Dress Shoes only 98c.
Boys' Working Shoes only 85c.
Youths' Dress Shoes only 85c.
Youths' Working Shoes only 75c.
Women's Street Shoes, only a few, at 70c.
Misses' Shoes reduced to 69c.
Child's Shoes, 5 to S, wedge heel, 43c.
E INVITE COMPARISON aud defy competition.
Remember, we have only one price to all. You
can buy one pair or buy twelve pairs of shoes
no reduction will be made. We do not add extra
to come down, and Our One-Price U 25 Ppr
Cent. Less than any other shoe store in the city.
RflYEK . DAVSDOW
367 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
A COMMON, EXPRESSION USED BY
AMERICAN WOMEN. ,
Muny do not lteullsa the Full Slgnlflcaae
of TIiom Two Words,
When a woman is nervous and irri
table, head and back ache, feels tired
all tho time, loses sleep and appetite,
hsM pains in groins, bearing-down
that a womb
trouble is imminent, and she cannot
net too promptly if she values her
future comfort and happiness.
The experience und testimony of
somo of tho most noted women of
America, go to prove beyond a ques
tion that Lydia R 1'inkbaiu's Vegetable
Compound will correct all such trouble
tit once by removing the cause and
restoring the organs to a healthy, aud
iionnul condition, if in doubt, write
Mrs. i'iiikhuui, tit Lynu, Musb., us
thousands of women do.
Here is a lady who says:
" Let me add my Lame to your list
of testimonials. For years I suffered
with such a weakness of the back 1
couid not stand straight. 1 had terri
ble paius in my womb. The doctor said
au operation must be performed, as
there was no other way to be eurcd.
1 was afraid to have the operation per
formed, and keDt
trying the medi-
cities that 1 saw V T
lust 1 tried yours.
felt like a L
new wo- s
juuu. i rec
to every woman, und cannot praise it
enoiiph, for it saved mo from the tur
peon's knife." Mtw. Ha.uh. Buctt
DolcevUle. N. Y.
Coal of the best quality for domestic use
and of all sizes. Including Buckwheat and
Blrdspye, delivered in any part of the city
at the lowV.il price.
Orders received ut the Office, first floor,
Commonwealth building, room No. G;
telephone No. 2(124 gr at the mine, tele
phone No. 272. will be promptly attended
tu. Dealers supplied at the mine.
about the success of our shoe
W$mmT ir,rT ;
Greatest Bargains ever given In Scranton. We have an immense
assortment of short lengths in every grade; desirable patterns, too, the result
of a good spring trade, and e have decided to close them out at about Half
Price. Bring the measure of your rooms and we will surprise you very
agreeably with the handsome carpets you can purchase for a small outlay. -For
example, we quote best grade Body Brussels: BigrfOW. Whittttll, LOW
ell aild Gleil EcllO, $1.00, formerly ji.2-;; other makes of Body Brussels,
S5c rormcriy 51. 15; Velvets, We. and 65c former!) $1.00 and 85c. All
other grades at proportionately low prices.
An examination of our stock will convince you that au investment nOW
will save you money, if purchased only for future use.
S. 0. KERR, SON & GO.
oppmh. MyEn um 405 Lackawanna Avenue
Branch at Carbondala.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA.. Manufacturer, of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AKD PUMPING MACHINERY.
Ice Cream Freezers,
Wc have the stock and
assortment You need
them now,- if-evcr. Liberal
discount for cash on all
FOQTE li SHEAR CO,,
119 WASHINGTON AVEilUE.
What Sarah Barnfaard My
The Genuine "Economy" Kind of
m Bun siiui now
500 Javanese Wilton Rugs,
any regular Carpet Store
will ask you $3.50 for what
we are offering at .
Is a great money saver in
this great Rug Bargain sale.
It's a genuine Japanese "Sat
suti" Rug, in a great variety
of beautiful designs and col
orings, worth double our
prices; 36x72 inches, , .
Same as No. 2, only smaller
size, 30x60 inches, . . .
lifts Oil M
Oancral Office: SCRANTON, PA.
Jewelers and Silversmiths,
130 Wyoming Ave.
DIMONDS AND DlAIUOND JEWELRT,
CLOCKS AND BRONZES, RICH CUT GLIS
STERLING AND SILVER PLATED WARE.
LEATHER BELTS, SILVER NOVELTIES,
FIRE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
Jewelers and Silversmiths,
130 WYOMING AVE.
I0SIC POWDER CO.,
ROOMS I AND 2, COITLTH B'L'O'G,
MINING AND BLASTING
MADE AT M009IC AND RUH
LAFLIN RAND POWDER CO'S
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Kleotrle Ttatterlos, Rlectrlc Exjilodara. tor
plodlug blaata, Safety Faae, and
Repanno Chemical Co. 's
hlERCEREAU a CQNNELL