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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1902.
O tliK JioDr.ti! HAnDWAne aronu.
a Razor' x
In rooJ condition Is the principal
tlilnc tomiidi on c.ir mid 1"lck
rhttc. With a (food HAZOn
STltOI' II l '" trouble to tin It.
It li Mfc to M ou will find no
nucli urltly o! rnc.or stiopi na wo
Iiac hero lot jou to clidcxe from In
any oilier Scrnnloii store.
Prices, 25c to $1.50
Q Foote & Shear Co.
119 N. "Washington Ave
THE FAMILY BUYl'It. 1IAVC ou
ever been In our store to see the many
things wo have to inaKc your Infant
and children well dressed nnd coin,
fortalile. If not, It will repay you to
give us a little of jour time.
THE BABY BAZAAK
510 Spruco Street.
3 Per Cent.
Is allowed on deposits in
our savings department.
THE PEOPLE'S MIL
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
airs. "tt. S. Dlehl gave a beautiful
tea yesterday afternoon at her hand
some homo on Jefferson avenue. The
rooms were charmingly decorated. The
prevailing color in the dining room was
red. Many red shaded candles cast a
warm light over the assemblage.
llrs. Dlehl was assisted In receiving
- by her sister, Mrs. Edward Lord, of
Philadelphia. About the rooms were:
Mrs. Charles Matthews, Mrs. John
t Iioll and Mrs. Charles Powell. Miss
Booth served frappe. Four little maids
mudo a pretty picture in the dining
room. They were Misses Helen Con
nell, Helen Powell, Elsie Powell and
At the parsonage of the Penn Ave
nue Baptist church on Mifflin avenue,
Mr. Harry Havenstrlte and Miss Min
nie Jacoby were united in marriage on
Tuesday afternoon by Rev. R. F. Y.
Pierce, D. D. The newly married couple
are well known young people of the
West Side, and their many friends will
extend them many happy greetings.
After a brief wedding trip they will
reside on Garfield avenue.
Mrs. Torrey, who was one of tile
chaperones of the Gypsy dance given at
the recent Ulrmess, entertained the
young people who participated, at her
home on "Wednesday night. Among
those present were the Misses Corbett,
Penny, Jayne, Kiefer, Schotte, Jones
and the Messrs. Czalkowsl'I, Polndex
ter, Conry, Hughes, Finberg, Bernhard
"William Clarke, of Wyoming avenue,
nnd Miss Susan Gavin, of Stone ave
nue, were married ut St. Peter's cathe
dral on "Wednesday by Rev. J. A.
O'Reilly. The bride was attended In
ner sister, Mls.s Anna Quvin, and both
were attired In steel Gray gowns. Tho
best man was Thomas Crane. A recep
tion and .wedding supper followed at
tho home of the bride.
Mrs. II. C. Shafer entertained nt cauls
Hiss Xelllo Corma.v, of 1'ltUluii, Is the 8ue,t
of illos Catlieriuo Ouidan, of this city.
Hoy Clioter Megaigel lining been elected tic.ii.
urcr of tho Dallas .mid Xcw Mexico ltjilwav com
pany, will make hi-, uluio heme at ilUi,Tc.
MlbiH liaihaia and J'.llzalictli I.ewli, of Wst
Locust hlieet, will ca.c toiiioumv on a. week's
visit their Inotlicr, Joseph 1). j.e, at Vali.
John A, lluddj, son of SI. II, ltuddv, and u
puduato of U. Tlioiiiua iCilh'Ke, left jeitciihy for
Lehigh imltculty, wheie ho will take a ionise in
Mi. J. C. Campbell, w ifu of Itev. Campbell, of
'J'owanda, who lias been tho Bitot of JIis, W, U
I Special I
On Katicy Maine
Corn, ,Fuucy Cut
Beans aud Wax
Beans and Bartlett
Pears, Oc per can,
E. G. Coiirsen,
Wholesale and Retail,
WlUlitni, of 207 South Hyde rr untie, will
leave for home loday.
Tlic Hew J. V, 11Im, of North Scranton,
has Just returned fiom hli Itlp to Mahanoy CHy,
!"., wlieie he otcuplcd the pulpit of the Uaptkt
thiircli on Sunday last,
J, 1). Williams, nlio ll In New York, will M
tomorrow on Urn Celtic for n pleiMirs ttlp to
1'itjpt nnd the Holy Land. Ill WolheW, Kbeli
cer and ItoWrl .. William, wilt hid him fare
well at tho dock tomorrow..
Salary of Assistnnt Building Inspec
tor Will Be Allowed.
There was some objection at first on
tho part of several membe.ro of tho es
timates committee to allowing the Hem
of $7',0 for the salary of an assistant
building Inspector to stand, but this
has been removed nnd tho Hem will be
Included In the ordinance.
Tho present assistant, T. 1). Jackson,
Is being paid out of Building Inspector
Brown's own pocket, and It Is gener
ally admitted that this Is unjust and
unfair. The necessity for tilt position
of assistant building Inspector is not
questioned by anybody who has any
knowledge of the manner In which the
department has been manttscd In the
NO MORE NEW CASES.
Henltli Authorities Hope That the
Worst Is Over Free Vaccina
tion to Begin Saturday.
For the lust two days there have
been no new cases of small-pox report
ed and the health authorities are begin
ning to breath a little easier. They do
not say that we are out of the small
pox woods yet but they hope that the
worst Is over. It Is only a hope, how
ever, for with the dreadful disease all
about us It is apt to come from many
sources we cannot protect ourselves
The work of free vaccination oro
vlded for by the Chittenden resolution,
which recently passed councils, will be
begun on Saturday next in West Scran
ton and Bellevue, when all applicants
presenting themselves at the following
schools between tho hours of 9 a.m. and
12 noon and 2 p. m. and 4 p. m. will be
vaccinated free of charge:
Fourth ward No. IS, at corner of
Swetland street and Sumner avenue,
and No. 19, at corner of Jackson street
and Rebecca avenue.
Fifth ward No. 14, on South Hyde
Park avenue, and No. 31, at corner of
Jackson street and Van Buren avenue.
Sixth ward No. 29, on Fourth street.
Fourteenth waid No. 16, on Chest
Fifteenth ward No. 13. on corner of
Acker and Locust streets, and No. 22,
on the corner of South Main avenue
and Eynon street.
Eighteenth ward No. 12, on Emmet
Twenty-first ward No. 17, at corner
of Jackson street and Keyset avenue,
and No. 20, on corner of North Main
avenue and the Cemetery road.
Competent physicians, whose names
are not ascertainable at present, will be
supplied with a sufficient auantlty of
the best vaccine vims obtainable. Per
sons living In other parts of the city
will be vaccinated next week, it having
been found impossible to make arrange
ments anv earlier.
It is believed that all of the $10,000
which the recorder has asked councils
to provide for the purpose of coping
with the smallpox will be expended, as
tho expenses attached are very heavy.
Dr. Paine.who is attending the small
pox victims, is receiving from the city
a salary of $200 a week. This is not
considered exorbitant, because of the
great danger attached to the work and
because of the temporary injury done
to the doctor's practice. The eighteen
special officers employed to watch the
infected homes are receiving $2.30 a
day, and the food and medicine re
quired by the inmates are paid for by
rn addition to these items, there is
the cost of erecting and fitting up the
emergency hospital and the expense at
tached to tho free vaccination, which
latter item will be rather larw.
A BIG CHARITY BALL.
New Armory During Easter Week to
Be tho Scene.
Thero was a meeting last night in the
Knights of Columbus club house of the
committee that has in charge the ar
rangements for the big charity ball to
be held during Easter week in the new
armory. It will be for the benefit of
St. Joseph'B Foundling .Home which Is
sadly In need of funds. The exact
date for the bait has not yet been
fixed. The price of a ticket admitting
a lady and gentleman has been fixed at
$3. This will not Include a supper which
will probably be served under the di
rection of the ladles of St. Joseph's
society who have for yea: a done the
bulk of the work of supporting the
The arrangements for the ball are In
charge of a large committee of prom
inent Catholic men of the valley. At
torney It. J. Bourke Is chairman and
13. J. Lynett, secretary. It is the In
tention to make the event whnt It pur
ports to be a charity ball rather than
a glittering social event with charity ns
the excuse. Tho details that will make
the ball one to be remembered In a so
cial way will not to neglected but It will
be the worthy charity to be uded that
will be kept most prominently in view.
It la thought that not less than six or
eeven thousand poisons will be present
at the ball which will lning together
the people of this valley In u way
that no other social event In Its history
' i m
ELKS TOOK TWO.
Defected the Backus Bowlers Last
Night in Close Games,
The postponed games between the
Elks and Backus teams or the North
eastern Pennsylvania Uovylii'gr league
were rolled last nleht on the Backus
alleys. All three games were closely con
tested, tho Elks winning tie first and
third by narrow niurgtiis, The score;
I'rckham , Hi ;i l(.7-r U3
Moore ,,,, H 107 S07 MS
rahrenlioH , 117 Nil m 'S'J
itoii ,,, i:u ns m-'us
Hopklm ,..,,, IIS JTC lit 438
"SO US SlU SICS
Phillip ..., Ill Wi 100-5
PlmUr Ut lji' G3 4J3
Madeiupaclicr ,.,.... 17 103 158 S'Jl
Weill ,,, , Hi 170 1S7-3I7
Uaitl , 1S7 157 t 139- 500
792 7il 00 3103
High man Moore, 207.
High 8unige Moore, IN,
i i i m in !
Drink COFo. It tastes llkf coffee.
AMENDMENTS TO GAS ORDIN
Select Council Approved of the Reso
lution Oroatlng an Emergoncy
Fund of $10,000 for Use by the
Health Department in Handling
Smnll-pox Condition of Bromley
Aventto Brought to tho Attention
of Council Director Roche's Re
port with Reference to It.
Amendments to tho Consumers' Oas
company's franchise, providing for
olghty-flvo cent gas and limiting the
franchise to forty years, were adopted
by select council last night. The
amendments were contained lit Iho re
port the light nnd wnter committee pre
sented on tho ordinance, and the report
The ordinance creating five police
court districts and prescribing tho dis
tricts and salaries was passed on third
reading and will now go to common
council. For nearly a year tho two
branches of council huvo been fighting
over this ordinance and have not been
able to reach a conclusion with refer
ence to it. The dstrlcts are as follows:
First Sixth, Seventh, Eighth and
Second Ninth, Tenth, Seventeenth
and Eighteenth wards.
Third First, Second, Third and Thir
Fourth Fourth, Fifth, Fourteenth,
Fifteenth and Twenty-first wards.
Fifth Eleventh, Twelfth, Nineteenth
and Twentieth wards.
The salary of each magistrate is fixed
at $100 a year. After the ordinance
passed, Chairman Chittenden intro
duced a resolution providing that the
magistrates be allowed to retain 10 per
cent, of the fines they collect until such
time as the ordinance providing for
their salaries Is passed. lie said the
city's employes ought to be paid, and
from the experience the salary ordi
nance 'has had up to date they are
likely to be a long time without com
pensation. OBJECTIONS RAISED.
Counellmen Vaughan and Clemous
made a vigorous protest against tho
passage of the resolution, which, they
said, was an effott to apptopriate
money by resolution and would prove
a dangerous precedent. A vote was
taken and the resolution failed of pass
age by the following vote:
Yeas Tto., Tinn, l'ram, Moin.in, Mobin,
O'Malley, McAndrew, Chittenden S.
Nays Coolello, Maloney, Wagner, Schneider,
Shea, Merrhnan, Coigio, Olier, Sdnoeilcr,
Clcmon., O'Bovle, Vaughan 12.
"When the common council resolution
was read which empowers the city
officials to borrow $10,000 to be used as
an emergency fund for the purpose of
paying the expenses caused by the
small-pox epidemic it was referred to
the estimates committee for considera
tion. Later Jlr. Clemons called the
attention of council to the urgent need
of passing the resolution at once in the
face of tho condition which now con
fronts the health authorities of the
city and it was done.
A resolution introduced by Mr.
Vaughan directs the recorder to call
the attention of the board of under
writers to the extra insurance premium
now being paid and ask when the peo
ple of Scranton are to be relieved of
this burden. The recorder Is requested
to make report to councils of the re
sult of his conference with the under
writers. There was not a dissenting
vote against the resolution.
CONDITION OF BROMLEY AVENUE
A communication from Recorder Con
nell transmitted to councils the pro
test of tho people of Bromley ave
nue between Swetland and Pettebonc
street against the unsanitary condition
of that thoroughfare. The protest was
printed in Tuesday's Tribune. In con
junction wlt the protest the recorder
transmitted a report on tho matter
furnished him by Director of Public
Works Roche. It follows:
Hon. W, L. Conncll, City Kecoidir.
Dear Sit: Kepi Ins to jour request tu icpuit
on the louditloiij as I found them on Peitchone
street, lltomley aenue, ltoherts comt, etc., I
hive to say that the condition in that locality
id about as described in the petition, due hugely
to the piopeity owiicts themselves.
Secu or eight years ago the city appiopiiated
iWO for Blading Pettebonc stieet. 'iho iudt
ldual piopeity ottiicm along the line tefiiied to
pay their kluru which would amount to about the
came sum, and they aUo it-fiieed to liu a le.
lease lellcWng; the tily fiom any liability for
damages by te.i-.ou of Mith giadlns?.
Uiomlfy avenue tome jiuh ago was giaded
by authoilly of coiinilU and put in good condi
tion. Sqiiio of the piopeity ovyncu in tlili bhulc
between bn'etlaud and l'cttebouc stlcuU lu.'o
neglected or iefued to p.ne the unlteis. TliH
block has a Kl.nle of but one-half of one per unit,
Tliotc who hac paed their gulleii havo done
to ina flip-shod manner, tome wilh 1 'huh, some
witfi U-inch dUli In the gutter. On Mich tllght
grade crutlfis should bo paved to a tme line ami
giaded in older to conduct the water on ay,
Theie l no other water that flow-i on thU
block except ihat conies fiom the abutting piop.
In lefeience In Itobcils ceuit, l!d comt Im
ncer been graded, 'the suiface i Miueuliat un
even, hllght depictions existing became of the
OF SCRANTON, PA.
Nov. 25, 1901.
Cash on hand and iu banks $110,774.2,1
Loans, time and demand... .' -ll,907.S(
Bonds, etc '. 202,029.03
Ileal estate, furniture and fixtures 20,074.71 '
Capital stock paid in , ,.$2S7,0O0.O0
Undivided profits 2,833.41
Deposits . 146,445.52
This Company Acts as Executor, Administrator, Trustee, Asslcnee
Becomes Surety. Allows Interest on Deposits.
L, A, WATRES, Prxsiosnt,
continual -lumping of shc. Thli rourt couij be
RTOdcel at att c(pciio of frOm 8 lo D ecnli per
llncnl foot of fronlago and would have Rude
of one and one-halt per cent.
lleferrlng to naiiltnry ioiul!lloii, there can bo
no nuisance exhllng excrpt whit the ptnpciiy
oniicru or leiunl create tlicimehcs.
L'nlll I'etlebone street I' giaded Ihcre I not
much diaiice for Impintcnicnt. The picper teiti
fdy 1 n fewer, plain for which nte now being
prepared by Ihe thief engineer of Iho bureau of
It nny be mild, too, that Pettebonc street It In
ft d.ingcrout condition, a dlttli of comldernble
deplh pjf.tlng thiough the nihfdlo of I lie utrcet.
A piopenltlon wm made to some of tho ownert
of property on that ticel eaily last neavm that
it they tlgn lelfasct the til would uiidcitako tho
RTdlng, but c wero unable to get any relcact
signed and the pinpolllon was therefore with
drawn. The three communications were or
THOSE ELECTRIC LIGHTS.
The light and water committee failed
to report an ordinance for eight, elec
tric lights In the Twenty-first ward
nnd Mr. McAndrew made an effort to
have It taken out of tho hands of tho
committee. Mrs. Clemons, chairman of
the committee, said he refused to re
port tho ordinance because it did not
state where the lights nro to be lo
cated as required by a city ordinance.
Mr. Vaughan said tho director of
public works had assumed tho respon
sibility of locating now electric lights
but ho thought he has not tho power to
do so that they must be located by
ordinance. It wns agreed that this is
tho pioper procedure and Mr. Mc
Audrow's ordinance will bo changed
The common council resolution re
ducing to $1,000 the assessment on the
Homo for the Friendless property on
Adams avenue passed. Mr. Vaughan at
first wanted lo have it referred to a
committee as ho understood the prop
erty had passed from tho possession
of the Home. "When ho wns assured
that such was not the ense he with
drew his opposition. The following
new ordinances were Introduced:
By Mr. Oliver Prescribing that out
advertising shall bo Inserted in three
newspapers, one of which may be a
Cfcrman, naming the matter to bo ad
vertised and the manner In which the
contracts for advertising shall be
awarded; for two electric lights In the
By Mr. Clemons Establishing a
grade on Taylor avenue.
By Mr. Regan For the erection of
three electric lights in the Fifteenth
AN ORDINANCE REQUIRED.
A resolution which came over from
common council proposed to impose a
fine of $50 on physicians who do not
report small-pox cases within 24 hours.
Mr. Vaughan raised the point that it
required an ordinance to Impose a pen
alty and the resolution was declared
On motion of Mr. O'Malley council
went into a committee of the whole and
amended the ordinance providing for a
sewer In the Twentieth ward.
An ordinance passed on first and sec
ond readings provides for four police
surgeons at a salary of ?100 a year.
Other ordinances passed on first and
second leadings provide for three fire
alarm boxes in the Twenty-first ward;
for cleaning and painting the Cedar
avenue and Lackawanna avenue
bridges and for the erection of an elec
tric light at Ash street and Mousey
i - m
ANOTHER BOLD ASSAULT.
Woman Atacked on Webster Avenue
by Unknown Man The Fifth
Case in Two Weeks.
Another woman was assaulted by an
unknown man last night on AVebster
avenue, near No. 33 school, making thfi
fifth assault within a peilod of two
The woman got off a car at the cor
ner of Mulberry stieet shortly before
7 o'clock and started up the avenue.
"When near tho corner of Pino street
she noticed a man following her and
started briskly ahead towards her des
tination, the home of W. II. Taylor,
who lives at Gltf North Webster ave
nue. When she reached the jcate the man
caught up to her and throwing hla arm
atound her neck, bore her lo the
ground. She screamed wildly for help
and struggled so fiercely that her as
sailant desisted and tan briskly up the
street. The woman managed to drag
her way to the house but was almost
unconscious fiom the shock.
The police were notified Immediately,
but the family refused to divulge the
name of the woman to the patrolman
sent to investigate. The man wns de
tc:lbed as being of medium height and
.sllmly built with a blight moustache.
He wore a short sack coat and a cap
and had no overcoat.
The police believe that the fellow has
committed nil the assaults reported
from this locality during tlic past few
weeks and an extra effort will be made
to tun him down.
lgll.13 Wj1.jiiov.-M llllSil.l
M.utha WuhJ--hni!,i lluvda
Thwu.H 1', (ilhhcm , hcrauiou
Kato Wagner bcrauiou
(iioeoudo Mauoul 221 tenter ttiect
Clementina I.oauuil u l.:Khajnn.i avcuuo
le Guaranty and Trust Company
FRANK L, PHILLIPS,
RALPH S, HULL. TRUST OFFICER
COVERS PERIOD FROM JULY 1,
1001 TO JAN. 0, 1002.
It Shows the Financial Condition of
the County, Sources of Revenue and
What It Costs to Run the Various
Depiutments of the County Gov
ernment Assessed Valuation of
tho County for tho Year 1001 Was
$34,504,077 and County Tax Du
County Controller E. S. Jones has
filed his first report. It Is for the period
extending from July 1, when ho entered
upon tho duties of his ollleo until Jan
uary C, when the term for which ho
was elected began. When he entered
upon his duties tho cothity treasurer
hud $2,00l.C9 on hand and from this had
to be deducted $1,212.13 representing or-
COU.NTV CONTROLLER II. A. JONTm.
tiers issued prior to July I, leaving a
balance of $l,G92.fi(!. The receipts of the
county during the period covered by
tho report were 237,705.09 and the
sources of the revenue were:
General tatei 173,S1." .19
Seated and un-eatcd lands (117 ::'
Lauds ledcchicd .- JS 70
Dootli lent ."0(10
Liquor Iktn-c (tountjVi shale) 'IS bi
Cat pet sold 2") 17
Hues collected l.j 00
Petecthc's licence , 2,'i 00
Tcinpoiary loan 77,120 00
The expenditures of the county for
the period were as follows:
Awcs-inenU $ J,S0O 0j
Adt ci tlsing 0 70
Agrlcultui.il tocieties 100 00
Pi idges .",'JC.S 7."i
County auditors ; 1,311 00
County connnnilssioiicio' office f, JO? 37
Comt house ground II, 11.1 nil
Com t expense , IS, 100 M
C. U. StliaiU, vberllf 1,000 00
W. It. Lewis, dKr. utt'y .' 4.-J50 (
Hienm-i Daniels, cleik of
eouits , 7,b7o 23
John Copcland, piothoiiotaiy.. oil !)i
II. I. Tajloi, county solicitor. 410 W
J. A. gciai.ton, county ticas-
tiler 7,810 Ml
John It. .Tones cx-dUr. utt'y.. .".71101
Incidentals 7 00
-2.'., Ill 0)
Commonwealth's coal-. :;2,I27 70
lluiial of deceased toldicis 120 01
Acmors for nulling leaWer of blubs
and death, 4 10
)iMou of lown-.hips and boiotigh 271 20
Election expenses 8,172 01
Kelly-I.angstaff contest 2d,0tSS 72
I'numcratiou of school chihhen 12,i '.)
Insurance 72 00
Inquests 1,117 57
1'iinting and tlatiouciy 2,009 10
Public building e.pciues
The new spring I;our-in-hnncis.
designs and colors, plenty
ol those very popular Io
nian stripes in new col
ors. The neat patterns are
reptesented iicre too.
Feb, 1, 1902,
President and Treasurer
" (H 7.1
1.1 1 1
E.'.d 0 1
n, lie) fi.)
OuihI total 2.11,::s2 01
The rcpourccfl of the county
tire .... ir.072.3Grj 2fi
And liabilities'.' 3S0.26C 12
Tho county'n iiHHots In o.xccmm
of liabilities uro $502,00113
The tiBsesseil vnluntlon of the county
for tho your 1001 wn $3I,G01,G77.00;
amount of county tux iluwllrntc, $2C2,
.Ifi3.ni, and iiniount of stiite tux iluiill
SUPPER AT PARISH HOUSE.
Served by tlio Ladles of Guild of St.
In HI. Luke's patlsh Iioums lust night
the Guild of St. JItirtraiel served an
elaborate supper to a. largo number of
patrons. Tho tables wore attractively
decorated and the supper was a success
In every respect.
It was In charge of Mrs). "W. II.
Whyte, assisted by Mrs. A. K. Petll
Krew, Mrs. S. It. Stevens. Mrs. M. J.
Andrews and Miss Emily Stevens.
In charge of tables were Mrs. Pcnny
paclcur, Mrs. Keck, Misses Mott, Dick
inson, Julia Pettisrew, Ella Osland, A.
Utivitl, Fisher, Solomon, I... Sherer,
Grace Shoplnnd and Beaumont, assist
ed by Mrs. S. S. Derinnn, the Misses
Keck, Ilaldeimm, Mabey, Holmes, Lind
say, Grace Pettlgrew, Mrs. "Will Drink
er, Mabel Osland, "Washburn, "Wills,
Harrington, Beatrice Morris, Trystlno
Morris, Emma Vo.ll, May Pennypacker,
Gertrude Sprngue, Pish, "Wilson, Bessie
Sherer, May Evans and Louise Daven
port. Miss Lillian II. Morris hud charge of
the candy table.
One of tho tables was decorated with
the colors of the Pennsylvania Stato
college and seated at it were a number
of the local graduates of that institu
tion. Including Lewis Carter, M. AV.
Lowry, John Williams, Prof. II. II.
Stock, and Messrs. Strom and "Wenzel,
of the International Correspondence
Great Sacrifice Sale
of the "Paris" slock of cloaks, tailor
made suits, .val3ts, separate skirts and
furs, which wo bought at 23 cents on
the dollar: will convert the goods into
cash at onco and will sell at almost
your own price. Sale begins this morn
ing. M. D. Urescliel, Furrier,
121 "Wyoming avenue,
" Opposite Globe store.
Always the same, Always
"best and most economical.
Down through, the whole list
of good things baked, its
superior, uniform quality
brings the same perfect results.
Beautiful strength giving
bread, dainty rolls, the lighest
cake nnd pie crust that melts in
the mouth; all made from tho
same sack of White Beauty
S (Sole Agents in Pennsylvania.)
412 Spruce St.
Prison c;penr ..................
1'rlfon board . m
Interest on bonds . . . i..
ltcftlstnitlon of otcis i...
Itnad damagei ..................
Rtntc hospital .1......... .
Stale liililtit.it terminator .
Stale Iiorplf a1 for chronic inriiiri
Sundry cipcnes ' m.in !
Taxes lefundcd ........... ...... .
Tcinpoiary loans .................
Die uaitlcns .,,,.......... ......
('niinty detect lie ................
I.comI CMCI1C ..................
Home of refuge .................
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MaIon?y Oil & ManliiacHirlDg Company,
I41-H9 Meridian Strest,
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UBEtn k CO.,
126-128 Franklin Avenue.
X Art ana rancy uoods.
Stamped on Linen
in .both White and
130 Wyoming Ave.
& 'Phone 353-3. r.
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The Hartford Typewriter
Tills machine ii rocoffnlzed everywhere
1' a? the best nnd litest in typewriter con-
.J. Ftniction. The Hartford Company tu'-
, tains no larce and expensive sales de- j,
partmeiits like its competitors, but selH "?
I through reliable, agents, thus savlni; to "r
.J, purehaicis thl3 great item of excuse. !
Price or Other Makes.. .SI01)
Price or Hartford's 0 I
Your Profit 40
4. Hotel Jcimyn Building,
Stationers and Enslavers.
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1 . Umbrellas d parasols ra
'JJi covered iu different colors, A
'V fmo assortment of handles.
'jJ latest designs. All goods
',ji guaranteed for one year.
Umbrella Manufacturing Co.,
313 Spruco Street,
FRED R. SMITH,
ELECTRIC) AND GAS FIXTURES,
507 Iiinden Street.
Board of Trado Building.
Successors to Machine Business 6t
Dickson Manufacturing Co., Scranton
and Wllkes-Barre, Pa.
Stationary Engines, Boilers, Mining
Tho Tribune will guarantee to iirjMjl
your jmjier hoolt quicker than any oili
er iirlntlng house Iu tho city.