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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY 31 AY 2, 1002. ' , ,A
tiii; uoDnns HAnoirAnit troni.
Durliiff Uio hot numnior
months Im n problem
Favorite Water Cooler
Tlip favorite cooler Is
rondo of hard wood, hl(?h
ly poll.slicil, with heavy
jiorcelnlii lining!, and nro
oapeclnlly adapted for use
In homes, .Prices $0.50 to
8E13 WINDOW DISPLAY.
Foote & Shear Co.
119 N. Washington Ave
This Is a New York city office Imllcl
liiK, and tho cut Is used to sot your ut
. tentlon. AVhilc you are waiting for
Scrnnlon (o become sreat and wicked
like New York, don't forget the pa-cat
bargain wo have at C17 and C10 North
"Washington avenue. Double house and
full lot for only jri.SKO. This property Is
ivoi'.h $0,000 1C it is worth any thins-.
Suitable for two stores and a six family
building on front end of lot. Near post
office, court house, city hall, library,
High school. Y. Jf. C. A. Washington
avenue is tho coining business street.
Comegys' Ileal testate Olllres,
International Text-Book Co.,
Stock for pale; 10 shares at $140 and In
terest; 1 share at $142 and Interest. Are
you watching the business to see how it
n. E. COMEGYS & CO.,
In all departments of the
Hardenbergh School of Music
and Art is arranged on hroad
lines and according to modern
progressive ideas. Send for
604 Linden Street.
Girl's Wash Dresses
for Siimmer Wear
in slcs frnm fclv In tuclip years.
J..ilv( models in LINUX, l'JQUIl, imil
Coali for early Pprlnpr and Summer
uc.ir, lioj-,' Wash l)iec, Boys'
Till BABY BAZAAR
IIS Washington Avenue.
PETER N. HAAN
Livery, Boarding, Heavy Teaming
find General Draying.
New Stables, 1415 Mulbery Street.
New 'Phone 2057.
We adhere strictly to
the established rules 1
of safe banking. . . .
THE PEOPLE'S BANK
A SMALL FIRE.
Dlnzo in an Out-Houso Started by
Children playing yesterday afternoon
around an nut-liouse In tho rear of n.
B, Coleman's house, at 823 Mulberry
utrcet, loat a ball and one of thpiu
llchtcd a match Inside the slieil, while
In search of It, Homo paper, saturated
with oil, blazed up and in an instant tho
whole- plucu was nblnae,
An alarm turned In from Box' 27. at
tho corner of Mulberry btreet and Jliull
on avenue, brought Uio central city
flro eomnanles to the scene and the
blaze was uuleklv exthmulBhed, The
damage done was slight.
"Persistently (Jhooso (lie Best
a n d persistently
in.il.i' u u ul It," U
a t;oo(l duliiitlon o(
wUUoiii, Vou may
ceriUo (hut nun
Ul iiiullly l- enkr
ins Uio COSSKH.
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111. Wrlto for In
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J, Und I'l'iiniiiuluii, DlrctUir.
DID A GREAT
RECORD BREAKING NIGHT FOB
THE SELECT COUNCIL.
Ordinances Introduced Providing for
the Expenditure of tho Monoy
Made Avnilnblo In tho Recent Bond
Issue D. W. Vdughnn Wants tho
Plot of Ground at Plntt Place Pur
chased for a City Park Ordinance
Fixing Cab Hire in tho City Oth
er Measures Introduced.
At no previous meetlnjr In the history
of the select council of tho city of
Scranton was legislation for so many
important publlu Improvements in
troduced as at the short threo-qunrter
hour session held last night by tho
The recent bond Issue of $2Su,000
provided money for many Improve;
ments and tho work of securing these
to tho people wns begun through the
medium of tho measures Introduced
Inst night. They were as follows:
For the purchase of land from Orlan
do C. Jones, Mrs. Palrlclc Lovans and
W. J. Thomas, total $0,075, for open
ing Wayne avenue from Putnam to
For purchase of land on New street
ndjolnlng Deleware & Hudson railroad
fiotn the Lackawanna Iron & Coal
company for $4,D00 for a city yard and
For the purchnso of 6.44 acres of land
from Reynold's Brothers for $0,400.
This land adjoins Nny Aug park on
the north and It Is necessary to ac
quire It to properly develop tho park.
For purchase from Lackawanna Iron
& Coal company of a plot of land 50x
1C0 feet on Lackawanna avenue be
tween Adams and Jefferson avenues
for a site for a building for tho Phoenix
Chemical Engine company, considera
For purchase of land from Charles
C. Conrad for opening Mousey avenue
between Mousey avenue and Cherry
Lane.; consideration ?4,500
For purchase of lot at 629 Prospect
avenue from Mrs. Mlna Robinson for
u site for a combined police station for
Houth Scranton and house for Century
Hose company; consideration. $6,000.
Appropi luting $100,000 for the pay
ment of judgments.
All of these ordinances were referred
to their appropriate committees for
Resolutions were introduced and
passed directing the department of
building to prepare plans for a police
and flro building on Mulberry street
In the rear of City Hall; plans for a
house for the Phoenix Chemical com
pany on Lackawanna avenue; plans
for a combination police station and
lire house In South Scranton; plans for
lltting tip the fourth floor of the City
Hall for ofllces and installing an
elevator. All of the above measures
were presented by Councilman Chit
tenden. A resolution IntioduoeJ by D. "W.
Vaughan requested the recorder to get
the price at which the city can secure
the triangular strip of land bounded
by the entrance to the Roaring Brook
bridge, Ridge Row and Jefferson ave
nue with a view to securing It for park
purposes. The resolution was adopt
ed. An ordinance introduced by T. C.
Mclvin directs that all cabs and car
ilages In tho city shall be licensed and
also fixes the pilces that shall be
charged. The rule of tariff follows:
One passenger, not exceeding one mile
r,0 cents; each additional passenger
23 cents. Over a mile not exceeding
two miles 73 cents: each additional
passenger halt the regular rate. Over
two miles ?t and CO cents Tor each ad
ditional mile; each additional passen
ger half the regular rate. Use of cab
or carriage for day for one or more
passengers $8. By tho hour: $1.50 for
first hour: $1 for each additional hour.
The annual license shall bo $3 for
each cab or earring? tho license to bo
issued by tho director of public safety
who shall give each holder of a license
iL number to be displayed on his car
llnge. Violations, of tho ordinance are
to bo punished by fines ranging from
$3 to $30.
MORE NEW BUSINESS.
Other new measures Introduced wore
as follows: Grunting permission to
Mrs, Josephine Tripp to connect her
propety with' the Providence Road
hewer; directing the engineering de
partment to prepare plans for grading
guttering Klrtland nnd Reeso streets;
for flagstone sidewalks on both sides of
Jackson street from Main avenue to
Kaiser creek; for flagstone sidewalks
on both sides of Twelfth street from
Luzerno to Division street; directing
that lire alarm boxes and Are hydrants
be erected at Bromley avenue and
Bellinger boulevard and Sumner avenue
and Cemetery street. All were acted
An ordinance providing for a retain
ing wall on Third street was reported
favorably from committee, A com
munication fiom tho city controller
called attention to tho fact that there
aid bills to the amount or $1,334.71 on
llle in his oflico and that no provisions
for their payment has been made. On
motion of D. W. Vaughan the matter
was referred to a special committee
which was appointed latter by the
chairman, The committee consists of
D. B. Evans, Flnley Ross and D. W.
Peter Ciunnflngs of 42S Phelps street
presented n claim for damages douo
by tho ovcrllowlng of tho Phelps street
lateral sower, Tho matter was referr
ed to tho proper coinmltteo In conjunc
tion with tho director of public, works
and city solicitor,
LOWKlt BRANCH MEASURES.
Tho common council resolution wns
concurred lu which directs tho recorder
not to execute a contract for tho con
struction of the Eighteenth district
main sewer for the present as an ef
fort Is to bB niado to have tho m--dluance
for the construction of the
sewer repealed, Another lower branch
measure concurred In was for the ap
pointment of a Hpeelal committee con
sisting of threo members of uch
branch to consult with the city solici
tor und endeavor to formulate a plan
by which city contracts may bo
guaranteed by the city pending tho
collection of assessments. C. E. Chit
tenden, John Von Bergen and J. J.
Costello were appointed on tho coiik
mtttec. Other common council reso
lutions concurred In permit the director
of public works to award a contract to
private parties for repairing the West
Mountain road, provided the work
work does not cost more- than the
amount appropriated; directing tho as
sessors to muko report to common
E. ROBINSONS SONS'
SATURDAY, MAY 3
council of tho exnet number of tax
ables In each ward In the city.
MARTIN ALLEN AGAIN.
Moosic Man Once More Charged with
Martin Allen, ofMoosIc, who for sev
eral years past bus made the life of his
wife unbearable nnd who him been ar
rested countless times for beating her,
was convicted at a recent term of court,
but tho judge seemed Impressed with
the prisoner's desire to do better, and
Martin got along very well for a fewi
weeks, but a few days ago ho came
homo Intoxicated and beat lior brutally
again "beat her almost to a jelly," Is
how Magistrate Millar expressed It.
Mrs. Allen cinno before tho magistrate
and swore out n warrant for her hiif,
band's arrest. He was taken Into cus
tody and held under $300 ball.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
The Lyceum ushers conducted their
second annual souvenir dance last
night at the Scranton Bicycle club, and
a large and select gathering attended.
The ball room had been tastefully de
corated and music for dancing was
furnished by Bauer's orchestra.
Each of the twenty dances was dedl-"
cated to either a popular actor or else
"to Manager Duffy," "to our dead
heads," or to somebody. A handsome
souvenir programme, containing half
tone portraits of a number of leading
players, was presented to each one at
tending. The following officers of the
society were most active in arranging
for tho dance: President, Earl Parker;
secretary, Eugene Tropp; treusurer, G.
Albert Benjamin, of North Scranton,
und Miss Bertha Wljliams, a charm
ing young lady of North Bromley ave
nue, West Scranton, were married In
Now York Wednesday.
Tho young bride was atttred In a
gown of light blue silk with white
pearl trimmings. After taking a wed
ding tour through Now York slate,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin will take up
their residence lu a newly furnished
home in North Scranton.
Mrs. John B. Knight, of South Sum
ner avenue, entertained the Railroad
auxiliary of tho Slmnson Methodist
Episcopal church last evening.
Henry Phreel; nnd Miss Anna Oliver
were united in marriage by Itev. P. E.
Lavello, at St. Patrick's church, Wed
nesday afternoon nt 4 o'clock.
Miss Nellie Davis, of North Rebecca
avenue, entertained a largo party of
friends at her homo Thursday evening.
Miss Emma F. Parker, of Fiink
street, entertained her Sunday school
class at her home recently.
Miss Margaret Glbbs, of West Scran
ton, entertained the Dollar club Wed
Mrs. J. J. Roberts, of South Main ave
nue, entertained the Tuesday Afternoon
Mr. i;v.ilinp Pcii.iy, of Pill.nlclpia, is tlic
Rucst ol Mis. &.iuiuloi, of Piatt I'ldcc.
Joseph Cuicy, o( Xoitli M.iln nvcinir, lias re
sumed Ills itmllc3 ul KliomKbiirc State Normal
Mi 3. 1'. W. (JumlcT 1i.ii! iiimotimril (ho encamp
ment of her daughter, LuuUe, and Mr, Trunk C.
Thomas Graf, rrprcsenlalhp of the Inleina.
t Ion 1 1 Tet Hook iGinpany at Antweip, Ildxiuiu,
ii at the Jcnu.Mi,
Mr. and Mm. Hols I'owler, of Swellaml street,
aio rnteitalnlni; Mr. and Mis. William Cult, of
Mrs. William I 1'ijor ami f.on, of Kmlh Sum
ner aieuue, Jcft )e.tciday fur u few dajs islt
Willi fricnd-i at Mauch Chunk.
Mr. and Mrs. M, 1). Patterson, of Orangcvllle,
Pa., letiiined home after a Ult with their
daughter, Mrs. II. 1.'. l'ister, of Oicen Itldge
Thomas b. Jonui, of Wot Siranlon, a inemlicr
of tho eUv, of 1WH, University of Iluflalo, 1'Ikii
inacy department. lll graduate today. The e.
enlscs will 1 held lu tho Ted: theater, lluiralo.
Atthur Canllelil, ton of Master Car builder L. T.
Cunlleld, of tho llelawarc, lanhattamu and West
ern company, lett ycileid.iy for Xcw Yoik elty
tu Ul.o the entrance examination for West Point
i 500 Best
K Given fluUay Friday and Safdrday,
Sure to bloom the first year.
t With $1.00 purchase 1 Rose Bush
3, With 3.00 purchase 2 Rose Bushes
JJ With 5.00 purchase 3 Rose Bushes
v ' OR A :
J! Crimson Rambler with S3.00 purchase
V 2 Crimson Ramblers with $5.00 purchase
3$ As loug as they last. '
MEARS & HAGEN.n
415.417 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. S3
Can It Be There Are No Ambitious
' Young People in Them One
There was one entry yesterday for
The Tribune's Educational Contest,
which begins Monday next. This was:
Arthur Reese, Blakcly.
The entries so far have been- fairly
numerous, but there Is still lots of
room for ambitious young men and
women. Wide stretches of territory
yet remain unrepresented, nnd In some
of tho largest towns outside of Scran
ton, whercM.'ho Tribune has a good
circulation, the young people do not
seem to leallzc the great chances of
fered them for a higher education by
means of a little pleasant work.
Among the towns which should have
plenty of ambitious young people,
anxious to avail themselves of any
honorable means to advance them
selves, but which have thus far failed
to have a representative on tho list,
are Chinchilla, Clarks Summit, Dalton,
La Plume, Factoryvllle, Nicholson,
Hopbottom, New Mllford, Hallstead
and Montrose on the west; Dickson
City, Olyphant, Peckvllle, Jessup,
Winton, Jcrmyn, Mnyfleld, DundafT,
Unlondale, and Starrucca on the, north;
Elmhurst, Moscow, Gouldsboro, Toby
hanna, and Stroudsburg on the east;
Moosic, Avoca, Mlnooka, Taylor,
Duryea, Pittston, and Wllkes-Barro on
the south. Each of these places should
bo able to furnish a live representative,
who would be able to stimulate local
pride In his or her ambition and pro
gress. Tomorrow the books of subscription
blanks will bo mailed to those who
have enrolled as contestants so far.
Every one of them should receive their
equipment in time to start work on
Monday. As some may receive their
blanks sooner than others, however,
It should bo understood that no sub
scriptions will be received until Mon
day. Those who wish to enter the contest
should send in their names nnd ad
dress, "Contest Editor, Scranton Tri
bune, Scranton, Pa." The rules and list
of scholarships is pilnted daily on the
fourth page of The Tribune. Canvass
er's outfit will be sent out to all who
have entered before the contest opens,
so that they may begin on the very
first morning and return some points In
time to bo printed on the following day.
A BIG SEASON ASSURED.
Lodoro Will Bo the Mecca for Ex
cursionists the Coming Season.
All Indications point to Lake I.odoro
as 'the most popular of all excursion re
sorts for the fast-approaching season,
and to even surpass lis Immense busi
ness of last year. The Individual ex
cursionist prefers a lake resort, and the
scenic beauties of Lodoro Itself, its far
spreading grove, incomparable dame
pavilion, its merry-go-round, tho de
light of the children, its well-equipped
kitchens, clam .oven, refreshment
booths, Spalding ball grounds, naphtha
launches, steamer, largo excursion boat
and varied other amusements render it
a summer paradise, and at the same
time tho most profit-making resort for
churches and societies. There nro some
splendid dates left, for tho privilege of
which please nppply to W. L. Pryor,
district passenger agent, Delaware and
Hudson Railroad, Scranton, Pa.
Special Low Rates to St. Paul, Minn.
On account of tho National Baptists
anniversaries nt St. Paul, Minn., May
20th to l!Stb tho Lackawanna railroad
will sell round trip tickets to St, Paul
and Minneapolis, Minnesota, at $33.70.
Tickets will be sold good going May
17th, 18th and 19th and for return until
Juno 30th Inclusive, upon payment of
CO cents additional.
For sale cheap: Barrels "of household
goods, including 1000 washer, bookcase,
parlor heater, kitchen table, lawn mow
er, harness, chairs, portiere, etc. Mrs.
L. Smith, 1422 Wyoming avenue.
Dr, II. B. Ware, Speclnllst, eye, ear,
nose and throat, has removed to Board
of Trade building, second floor front.
A GREAT MANY
BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED IN
MONTH OF APRIL.
Ninety-two Were Given Out from
the Office of tho Bureau of Build
ing' Inspection nnd the Total Face
Value of Proposed Improvements
Seems to Bo $102,104 Over $90,
000 of this Amount, Howevor, Is
s tho Vnluo of the Buildings Which
Are Being Torn Down.
The total number of building per
mits Issued by. the bureau of building
Inspection during tho month of April
was ninety-two nnd the total valuation
of tho buildings for which they were
Issued was $192,101. This Is about
double tho amount received from build
ing permits during tho month of April
Permits were Issued for no buildings
of any very largo size or importance,
and the increase In tho total amount
over tho amount for the same month
last year lies In the Issuance of a per
mit for tearing down over $1)0,000 worth
of buildings belonging to the Lacka
wanna Iron nnd Steel company. The
permits for buildings costing $1,000 or
over Issued during tho month of April
were as follows:
.Tolm McUlinU'Cr, South Inlng ncmie, tingle
IMmund 0'3l.illry, Weft Mulct .street, r.lnsle
t.acK.iwai'x.1 Iron ami Steel company, tculng
Henry Kclirli, Washington auntie, stores and
Valentino Uli.-s, Sanderson avenue, alteration
II. ;. Dolph, Wch-ler acnt:e, single dwelling,
to ost S20.00O.
rharles .Miller, O'll.ira .lreet, .sIhrIc dwelling.
Chillies in.lil.igcr, Clay avrnue, lnm.
John WcHli, Jit. Vernon I'lace, single dwelling.
Ceo. 1". SihiKinmaKer, Summit incline, kitilicn.
William Karrcll, Washburn street, tloic and
CI. ul. c 111 03., Korlli Main au'iiue, new stoie
N'ay Aug Lumber company, lliiee dwelling1! on
nundell iuciiuo and llidgo l!ow.
Mr. Maty Malum, 1'iospcct avenue, single
L. II. Zininier, jr., Cedar .uenue, tingle dwell
lug. Krncst Schuster, Linden slicet, single dwelling.
lleiheit Jones Norlh Sumner aicnuc, ingle
Klcr Mill and Klevalor eompiny, I'loUdemc
Phillip Ujcr, Ilii eh street, single dwelling.
Jacob K. Koch, l'ic-iolt acime, single dwell
ing. 1). L. rides, Mulbeny sticct, two hingle
S. .M. Smoot, Vine street, double dwelling.
11. (!. Trnnont, Wnodlaun Pari, single dwelling.
J. II. William?, Linden sheet, stoics.
Xay Aug Lumber company, Picseott avenue,
Albeit Ilartnian, Pre.-cott aicnue, new stoie
fruit nr.d uHcr.ittuu.
J. (,. Cohin, Doiothy aieuue, single dwelling.
A NOON WEDDING.
Jcsso H. Vademan and Miss Eeta J.
At noon yesterday, at the par.uonngo
of the Ponn Avenue Baptist church, on
MlfUIn avenue, Jesse If. Wademan, of
Fleetville, Pa., was united in marriage
to Miss Iteta J. Lowrie, ot AVaverly,
Pa., Itev. Dr. Pierce officiating. Tbe
young couple are well known and have
many friends throughout the county.
Mr. "Wademan is a prosperous young
business man of Fleotvillc. The bride
wore a handsome tailor-made traveling
suit. Tho newly-wedded couple will re
side in Fleetvllle, after a brief wedding
Station, He union, 1'a.j month, April, 0J.
Pate. Jill. Mln. Mean, tatiun of d.iv
t It r.i .III ,i: Cloudy
2 au ::i :iii ,ui iiuudy
:: su :.fi :.s T. Cloudy
i u ::i ::s ,o cloudy
fl J!) .".(I J.! ,00 Cloudy
(1 ."! 2S U) .17 Chiidy
7 41 !M 10 .III Cloudy
S II !I7 11 M Cloudy
II b", K9 42 .."'l Cloudy
ID I!) US II .20 Cloudy
11 Hi SO Sri .10 V, Cluudy
Vi .V, 40 43 .01 V. ( hiudy
13 13 r.'J 44 .01 , Cloudy
ii n :i7 40 .oo chiuiy
n ft I ::o 41 .O.l Clear
Hi S7 81 41 ,00 Cloudy
17 5i 10 4S T. P. Cloudy
IS M M 50 .00 P. Cloudy
1! lit t'l Li .(ID 1'. Clouly
20 (rf 41 52 .00 Cloudy
21 71 47 (10 .00 I'. Clouly
21 S7 50 7.1 .00 Clear
2) Si 49 CO .00 Clear
21 01 42 02 .00 I'. Cloudy
2:, M) 85 48 .00 P. Cloudy
20 77 01 il T. Clouly
27 58 47 .00 P. Cloudy
21 72 87 fil .00 1 Cloudy
211 5S " 52 53 ,l"i Cloudy
80 70 02 CI ,2a Clear
Mean. ...57 40 49
Mean alinosphciic prcwun', 29.03; highest prev
fine, S0.:ll, date 20th; lowest pressure, 29.y,
date lit. Mean tcnipciatiiie, IS ihgrics; highest
Icinpcnturc, F7 degieiw, date 22; lowent temper
atiue, 2S dcgiccs, clatn bill; gicatcit dally ranga
of tcmpeiuliiii', 35 degiees, dato 2S; least dilly
lango of tciupirattuc, 8 deguejilato 8dv nielli
timperatuie for this month' In 1001, 47 degiec;
inejii Icinpcuture for IhU month for two jean,
4S degrees; aieiago excess of dally mean tern
peiature during month, 0.5 digrcca; aceuniulited
ccoM of dally mean temperature since Jin. 1,
1X1 degiees; average daily excess slnco Jan, 1,
1 degree; prcalllrg dlicdlon of wind, touth-
Start the month
right by ordering
your groceries of
429 Lackawanna Ave.
L . 1
west, 21 tief tcnt.i iolal movement ot ffln-1,
0,6(0 miles) tmudmum velocity of wind (to lie
lalcen from any flvc-mlnutc record), direction nlul
(late, 42 miles (torn west, en 27th. Tolal precipl
lutlon, 2.27 inchest number of days with ,01 inch
nr more of prcfplUlloii, lit total lueclpll.itlon
(In Inches) for lids month In lool, 8.44; average
precipitation tor (his month for two )c,ir, Z.bd
Inches; loUl deficiency In precipitation during
month, .69 luetics; accumulated excess in p'e
ilpltalloult.cc Jan.. 1, l.Ol Indies. Number o(
dear day, 4; partly cloudy day, 10; cloudy
day.', 111. Dates of fror, light, 21th; hilling,
15th and IGlh, Mean rclalbc humidity, 01 per
cent. Total monfall, 0.7 Inch.
P. 11. Cliukc, Local Forecast Official.
Tbe Finest Floor Milled
White Beauty makes
light, sweet, flaky, de
licious" bread. We are
the sole agents in Penn
sylvania and guarantee
IV s a Fact
Can show you one of the
largest Hues of
Plain White.Plaited Fronts,
Solid Colors, Tan or Grey,
Black and White and all
other new ideas in Patterns.
305 Lacks- Aye. Tralini Stamps,
I When in Need
Of anything in the lino of
4, optical goods we can supply it. 4,
I and Eye Glasses
J Properly fitted by nn expert J
! optician, .J.
From $1.00 Up J
Also all kinds of prescript
? tion work and repairing. 't
J Alercereau & Connell,
133 "Wyoming Avenue.
C' 4' 4' ,J, 4,,l,4,'I',H
You Can Save
30 per cent, on the dollar when
you purchase direct from the
Our lbio of Umbrellas nnd
Parasols is large and complete,
and embraces all the latest pat
terns. We guarantee all our
Umbrella Manufacturing Co.
313 Sprues Street.
Maloney Oil & Manlifactiinng Company,
141-149 Meridian Street.
OLD 'PHONE QS'S, , NEW 'PHON 233
Wo nro solo agents for v
Unexcelled for durability.
126-128 Franklin Ave.
Tlie lalc-t rillott- Tnil h flic "Dlrllicla Til
low." Tlieio are IwcInc beautiful design In thii
line one for cacli monlli a most acceptable
130 Wyoming Ave.
with ambition is critical
about his dress. We are
prepared to give special
attention to the critics.
No person tries harder
to have the correct thing,
and we are positive we
can please you.
John D. Boyle,
416 Lackawanna Ave.
Corn and Oats Feed.
Try our old fashioued
We also sell
And good hay.
Give us ycur orders.
ill & Grain Co,,
Branch at Olyphant, Pa.
Booms 1 nnd 2
3f!TJ AUTO! TA
w. -..., --..
mining: and blasting
Made at Moosic aii'l ISuhcUlc Work?.
Laflin & Hand Powder Co.'i
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Cl;ctric llatterlc, Dlcctiio llkplodcn, Im
ploding IHjsU, .Safely l'iui
EEPAUNO CHEMICAL CO.'S
v&f.qt - jrt
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