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THE SGRAtfTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1!)0L
THE MODERN HARDWARE STORE.
This summer? Perhaps
wo enn help you In get
ting up your outfit. You
may need an oil stove, a
hammock, a cofEco pot or
soma ' cooking utoncll.
The Modern Haidwaio
Store can supply your
wants. See window dis
play. , ,i
Footc & Shear Co.
ti9 Washington Ave.
of Music and Art
Season 1002 - 1003 opens
Thursday, Sept. 18. Most
modern and approved methods.
Send for prospectus. Carter
Building, 604 Linden street.
PETER N. HAAN
Liveiy, Boarding, Cnb Service, Shop
ping, Opera, Party, Wedding
and Train Calls.
HEAVY TEAMING AND DRAYING
"Wcw Stables, 1415 Mulberry Street.
New 'Phone 2057.
If You Are Considering
The purchase or .ilo of any high grade
stocks or bonds better consult us. We
make a specialty of this Kind of secuii
tles. I. F HEGARGEL & CO.,
Rooms 206 & 207, Commonwealth Bldg.
Judge and Mis. A. A. Vosbuig hao 10
tuined fiom Atlantic City.
CleiU V. R. AV. Senile, of tho dlstiict
federal couit, Is hpendlng his, vacation at
Ills homo in Hubciuclumna.
Miss Magglo MLtiiillu and Miss Lena
Sclfiicd, of Beech hake, weic the guests
of Miss Huiilson, of Mooslc, Sunday.
Miss Ruth Miller, of 'Juo Tenth sticct, Is
camping ne.ir La Flume a3 tho gucbt of
her aunt, Mis. Itcv. U. R. Smith, of
Theodoio Mejcis ami wife, of Douance
town, tho foimu n well Known diugglst.
spent yesteulay as the gueat ot Mis. Ivcl
Jer, of Clicbtnut htitet.
Mounted Otlltor Chillies Pony Is a
pi oud man tlicso da&, over tho aiilvcl of
an Intant at his homo on P.iiUcr stieet.
lt'fa a lusst, nitccu-poiiud gill.
Dr. and Mis. II. I. Jones of San Tiau
cIhco, nio tlio guests of John Mouis, of
Madison avenue. They nio on louto for
their homo after bojouinlng In Huiope
for tho past je.ir.
M. Pieston, of tho Republican; Super
intendent Cli.ules U.imcwcll, of tho In
tel national Test Book company, Samuel
1'oik, of tho Voi It Piintlng compan: W.
A. Biovwilng, of tlio Timed, and Messis.
Kun.a, Slie.iu, 1'. II. Cleiioek, Joseph Ham,
of tho Scuintonion, and W. Y, Davis, of
The Tilhuno, touslltuto a commltteo of
tho Sciautcm Master Pilnteis' iii-sodntlon,
who villi make an ofiklnl visit to tlio
Wilkes-Bat to association tonight to ton
BUlt on inatleis uppcitalnlng to tho In
tel est of tho minting fiatcmlty of both
ANSWER PROMISED TODAY.
The executive committee of the stieet
car men's, union and Centinl Labor
union will meet today to icceivc
through Genoinl Manager Sllllmnn the
answer of Picaldont Claik to the ul
timatum submitted last week by tlio
employes who nie aggrieved because
of the alleged fulluro on the p.ttt of
tho company to lle up to the agree
ment icgaidlng rnefctence In tuna.
Nothing was hcuul jesteiday as to
what the answer would likely bo or
even that it had been transmitted by
President Clark. The likelihood, liow
crr, is thut it will bo forthtomlng
GONE TOR THE BONDS.
City Cleik M, T. Lavelle and Recor
der's. Societal'' Mttik K, L'dgar went
to New York, yesteiday, to bccme tho
bonds prepatcd theie for tare to Hucj
As soon as they ma sealed Uio ic
corder will foimully notify ilaes &
Eons that they uwult dcliveiy, If the
latter continue to leftiso to take them
the recotder will inoceecl to sell tliem
on Hayes & Sons' account, and hold
their J,yC0 certified check to make
good any loss tho city may sustuln.
The Ciescents Base Ball Club,
of Curbondalo, and I'oit Jervla base
ball club will pluy u match game at
Lake I-odoie, July 23, the day of Never
slnh lodge, 253, a of It, n. T of I'oit
Jervls, excursion. The Riotheihood will
run a special train put of Caibondale
Rt 1.30 p. m., July 23. Fate, round trip.
1 ackavvannX a
MR. ALEXANDER'S PROMISES
NOT MADE GOOD.
Tho ? 100,000 That Was to Be Ad
vanced by Dick Bros., Pending tho
Issuing of Bonds, Has Not Ma
teilalizcd and Is Not Likely to for
Somo Time A Possibility That tho
Bonds May Be Awaided to New
borgcr Bros, & Hcndcison, the Best
Now the school district Is In bother
about its bonds. Unlike tho city, how
ever, the school dlrcctois themselves
ntc responsible for the bother. They
are now facing the posulblllly ot the
district losing n lot of Interest money
by delay In having the proposed Issue
One week ago last night bids wcio
opened for tho ?2jO,000 Issue of 3Vi
bonds. New borgcr Bros, & Hender
son, ot Philadelphia, bid 101 21-1(0.
Dick Hi oi of Now York, bid 100 ai-lCO.
There was one other smaller bid, New
bcrger Dios. & Henderson hnd no rcp
icscntntlvo prei cut. Dick Bros, weie
lcpiespnted by Klchnrd Alexander, the
hiiavo soung man who negotiated the
The llnance cnilimlttee of the boaid
leportcd forthwith In fnor of award
ing tho Isfcuo to Ncwbcrgcr Bios. &
Henderson.. Whllo tho committee was
out framing its lcport, tlio board wns
In recess, Mr. Alexander proceeded to
get busy during the recess, and when
tho committee icturned with Its tepoit,
It found that tho board was not leady
to accept Its recommendation. By a
vote of sixteen to four tho board de
cided to give Dick Bros, an opportun
ity of making1 a supplemental bid and
then, by a vote of fifteen to live, ac
cepted tho supplemental bid.
BOARD HAD BORROWED.
The boaid had boironcd $.'0,000 from
the local banks and was paying C per
cent. Inteiest on it, Mr. Alc.xandci
knew this. He went among the mem
bers, talked about the standing of his
house and tho pievlous satlsfaetoiy
dealings It had had with the boaid;
called attention to the fact that the
city authoiltles weie having no end of
trouble by leason of dealing with new
and unknown houses, assorted th.it lie
had neer heaid of Newberger Bros. &
Hcndeison, and wound up by saying
that Ills lioue was teady to advance
$100,000 in cash Immediately If the board
would ghe it the bondb.
The fact that the boaid was nhc.idy
paying Interest on $50,000 boi lowed
money and would have to' boriow an
other $.r.0,'000 at the same late at once,
made the offer of Mr. Alexander a
tempting; one. Some of, tho members
protested against the pioposed :habby
treatment of Newberger Bios. & Hen
derson, but the ready money to wipe
out the loan and avoid tho necessitated
loan, coupled with the impiession given
by Mr. Alexander that Ncuboiger Bios.
& Henderson weie nn unknown film,
led a majority of the boaid, including
somo of its ery best members, to vote
for the Alexander pioposition. As It
appeared to them, the immediate ad
vancement of S100.000 would, by Its
saving of Interest charges, ovcicomc
tho difference between the two bids by
n maigm of $1,"0, and, moie dcshablc
than nil, give acsuianee that there
would be no dilly-dallying about tho
floating of the issue, such ns the i!ty
was oHcoiintoiliuj in its dealings with
SIGNKD AN AGREEMENT.
Mr. Alexander letlrcd with the com
mittee and signed an agreement to take
the bonds at his bid nnd advance tho
5100,000 within three days. One week
has passed iind the money Is not foith
comlng. Another week must pass be
fore theio Is any possibility ot the
Alexander pioml.se being made good.
Tho chances aie that two weeks or
more will pass befoie the advance will
be at tho disposal of tho boaid.
DIckBios. wiote they weie leady to
stand by the promise of their Mr. Alex
ander, but before they could advance
the $100,000 some little formalities would
have to be attended to. Tho boaul
would have to meet and authorize tho
district ticasuior to glc a piomlssoiy
note for tho $100,000 nnd dliect Its presi
dent nnd secietniy to sign a paper 10
celptlng for the $100,0C0 and agreeing' to
i etui n It "If for any icason Dick Bios,
decide not to take tho bonds."
At this juiKtuio the board woke up.
Tieasmer Baiker still I.s and for some
weeks is likely to bo In El Paso, Tox
or some place in New Mexico. Not an
ticipating any necessity for a special
meeting, a number ot the membcis of
the bonrd have gone away on summer
vacations and oven a tegular meeting
next Monday night I.s haidly likely to
have a minium. Dlstiict Solicitor D. J,
Iteedy, who was consulted after the
board woke up, advises against com
pliance with tho demand tlmt the presi
dent nnd secietaiy of the boaid shall
sign an agieemcnt that the $100,000 shall
bo i etui ned "If for any reason Dic,k
Bios, decide not to take the bonds."
WHAT BOARD MAY DO.
The icadcis of tho boaid have suited
out to make the best of a bad bargain,
but with 111 hopes of succeeding to any
consldeiable extent. Word of the dlfli
cultlrs In tho way of compliance with
Dick Bios. demand) wcio forwaided to
the hnusp, only to be met by n lesponso
that their attorney was up in the Maine
woods. His addicts has been seemed
nnd Solicitor Becd has wiltten hhn,
telling what the board Is willing to do.
The chances nio that the board will
quit negotiations with Dtek Bros, and
seek to patch up n trueo with the oilg
nal best bidder, Newbeigcr Bios. &
Hendeison. Tho hitter's agent when
heie. a few days ago, said his house
might agreo to oveilook the ticatment
It had been acconled and take the
bonds ot tho figures It offeied. A defi
nite proposition Is expected fiom them
Bauer's Band Will Run an Excursion
to Ci.inberry Lake. N, J Sunday, July
27. Tiulns leuve Kcranton (Delawaie,
Lackawanna, and Western station) tit 8
H. in. Adults, t; chlldicn, "5 cents.
Tickets good only on special tiulu;
must be exchanged on tiain for legulur
This will undoubtedly bt the cheap
est excursion to leave Sc'innton this
bcason, the entlio trip covering over
two bundled miles, passing over the
Pocono mountain und through tho
famous Deluwaie Water Gap.
New Jot Just.rcceived. Have ytu tried
thl3 nritchlcss Ec, clfiar?
Regards Her Progress . as Wonderfol.
Scranton, Pa., Aptll 28, 1002,
Mr. J. Alfred Pennington,
Dear Slri My llttlo daughter, Martha, entered your
school in September without any knowledge of music
Sho is not yet nine ycai3 old, but in five months sho
learned to play in all the major and minor keys. I ro
gaid her progress as wonderful. Her oxorclsos aro
pleasing, and the competition of class work is quito
Inspiring. Yours vory truly,
M. T. RICHMOND.
"Description of Courses" in New Prospectus
TOTAL AMOUNT OF CITY
ASSESSMENT THIS YEAR
The city assesrors yesteiday com
pleted their tabulation or the 1002 as
sessment. It shows the number of oc
cupations and their valuations, the
number uf dogs, and tho value of prop
erty In each of the three glasses.
In the Hrst class in which Is included
city lealty and pcisonul property, the
No. of Val- No of
Name. occupations, uatlon. Dork.
Flint ward l.KII $ 01,010 ".
Second wind 2,2IR in:' 00 1VI
Thlid wnid (i.7 27,S.'0 Kl
Font til waul 1,1,7." Pfl.V.'i )'!
Klfth wald 1.S10 f'i?S-, 41
Sixth ward iiv, ;-,:o 52
Seventh w.nd "IS ?,15 41
HiRhth waul S.'1 fi),.-,i) -U
Ninth waul 1; 131 St5 101
Tenth waul 731 rr,010 71
Blrventh wuul 1VA t" 4J5 117
Twelfth ward r.Sl 1?.410 A
Thiiteenth ward 1 r,2 !M,r,70 H1
I'miitopntli wald PD." 51,2V, "
riftoenth waul 1.11.' h1,4o 140
Sixteenth wald fl.'7 7.1.2"iO 37
Seventeenth ward .... 1.2V) 122.113 7s
eighteenth wind .... ::.! is r,on ri
Nineteenth waul 1711 d7.V.5 I'l
Twentieth waul 1.121 47.1.'3 103
Twcut -first ward ... MB 30.GJ0 SS
KENNEDY AND OTHERS
John Harvey, Harry Cardell and
John Halohan Want 5,000
Apiece for Palse Ariest.
John Haivey, Harry Caidcll and
John Halohan jesterday began actions
in ticspass asainst Loul3 Vlshneskl,
John Shiilllioeskl, John Dragoonis and
William Kennedy to lecover $5,000
apiece for false surest and Impiison
ment. Kennedy 13 buigess of Dickson
The tin eo plaintiffs me employed as
firemen at one of the Delawaie and
Hudson collieiles at Olyphant, and on
July 11, Cardell went to DlcKson City
to have some washing done. Ho asked
Haivev and Halohan to accompany
him and they did.
In Dickson City the men were ac
costed by VIshnisKI, Shallhooskl and
Dragoonis, Fpecial olllceis, and taken
befoio Buigess Kennedy, w he to charges
of cariying concenled weapons, resist
ing an est and assault and battery
weie lodged against them, The bur
gess fhicd them $23 each, and In de
fault they were committed to the coun
ty jail, where they remained until tho
They allege that their an est was
entirely unw .11 ranted, and that they
weie not served with a wan ant or
other legal lnstiumcnt of any kind
prior to being placed under .most. The
plaintiffs aie represented by Attor
neys J. II, Toirej, It. J. Mutiny and
HEABD BEFORE ASBITRATORS.
Two cases were tiled befoie nrbltia
tors In tho couit house yesteiday. One
was the ia-e of Philip Swaits:, of Old
Foigc, against the Weston Mill com
pany, whli li was hand befoie Attor
neys C. It. Haw ley, Lewis B, Cuter
and Jnmcs V. AVntklns.
Tlio other was tho trespass cafo of
Martin O'.Malley against the Scranton
Railway company, and the aibltrators
weie Ciiailcs 13, 'Daniels, C. B, Oaidncr
and L. P. IVcrteni.iu. O'Malley asks
damages, alleging that a culvert built
by the defendant company cncioachc3
on his laud.
An Idonl Family Besort.
Lake Clemo offers unusual advan
tages as an Ideal family summer le
soit. Business men with families -can
secure good accommodations tit the
liako Clemo hotel, .111 up-to-date sum
mer hostelt y, under the management
of William Hanley, jr. Good tralji ser
vice to and fiom Scianton is given by
four trains each way dally. line fish
ing, bathing and boating. Twenty
eight miles via Eilo intlioad. For
latea, Win. Hanley, jr., 120 Spiuce st.
Wo 'savo joti monov and appio
ctnto vour tt.ulo. Wo in n the
I.UADING IMPORTING AND niC
TAILING TKA OOJII'ANV in this
couutiy, having inoio blanches
than any other tluco companies
combined. It will be nppniont to
ou thut tho linmcuso output that
wo hiivo for goods gives us a DIS1
TINCT ndvnntaeo over our com
petitor mid on.iblcs us to giro
moio Value and better Quality for
vour money than unv other store,
A X- "P T?lrrlr Orflnmw
0 Butter, per lb , 81c
A, & P, Blended Coffee,
per lb, M , 15c
Choice Diinkinp; Teas, per
lb. , , , 40c
20 Pounds Pine Granulat
ed Sugar, . , , , .,$1,00
Tho ONIjY UOl'SR that actually
saves you cash for cash.
The Great Atlantic
and Pacific Tea Co,,
411 Lackawanna nvonuo. 321 North
Main avenue. 'Phone. 73-2. Piompt
dcliveiy, New 'Phone, 12J.
I RICH oil poor!
valuation is $30,353,343. In the second
clnss, which Includes suburban piop
erty, the valuation Is $7,139,SI0. The
valuation of piopeity in the thlid class,
or agricultural property, Is $(1,665, SoO.
The total valuation Is $65,631,633.
Appended Is n table showing the valu
ation by wnids und totals:
1st Clnm. "nil Plnsa. :
30 !l .')
No of Vnl nronertv Val. mon-
DogK. real t perronal. crtv icnl.
3 77li S.!5
U 371. sj)
11 1.1 13
' Vs'i '",00
1,728 f30 333 3l3 $7,135,S40 JO ft'w.SSO
Pifth Annual Event for the News
boys of the City Will Take Place
at Nay Aug Park.
The fifth annual newsboys outing
will be held tomorrow at Is'nv Aug
park. The indications are that this will
be the largest affair of tho kind that
has ever been hold In this cltv. Ar
rangements are about completed to
give the youngsters one of the happiest
times Imaginable and the Indications
are that nearly 2,000 boys will take part
in the picnic and the paiade that pre
The following contributions have been
received for the outing, in addition to
those published in jesterday's papers:
feci anton 'limes, $3 worth of job piint
lng; I. S. Schutzcr, $3; J. W. Watkins,
$1; Doughetty & Thomas, CO cents; It.
It. P, $1; A. A. Chase, 50 cents; Dr.
Hellner, 25 cents; O. P.. Stoll, 25 cents;
W. P. Joyce, boiled ham; H. O. Coursen,
box oranges; McConnell & Co., pilzc;
Mahon's shoo stoie, pair boy's shoes;
Lewis & Rellly, pair bicycle shoes; C.
II. Schadt, ice; Hayes & Vat ley, lib
bon; R. H. Piendeigast, prize; M. P.
Hoillyi $5; Dr. G. D. Hill, $5; Philip
Robinson, $3; P. II. Durkin, $2; II. L.
Evans, pocket knife; New Yoik Amcil
can and Journal, 55; George A. Dicker
son, bunch bananas; Gcoige M. Mullcy,
bunch bananas; William Chappcll,
bunch bananas; Enos Fljnn, ten
pounds sugui ; Rtianc & CI111K, ten
pounds sugar; M. Malum, ten pounds
sugar; J. K. Smith, ten pound!) sugar;
McDonough Bios., one doeir lcinons;
Mulheiin Bios., one dozen lemons; W.
II. Dale, one doen loaves bicad; AV, C.
Cowles, pocket Unite; George M. Davis-,
base ball bat; C. F. Ciossman, live
pounds sugar. '
Theie will be about thlrtv laces ot
v.tilous kinds for Hie boys, Including
running, s.tek.whcclbaiiow, blind, pony,
mule and other i.ices. Thiec greased
pigs will be let loose to bo chared by
the gnnilns anil a "gt eased turkey
pull," a novelty In this section, will be
one of the uttiactIois.
Tho paiade will fonn at S.CO o'clock
and fftcr a 111.11 cli thiough the buslnesti
crntte, will pantile to tho paik behind
Dr. O. E. Itlll will bo the chief mar
slntl of the parude, and n number of
assistants are to be uppolntcd by lilm
For good typewriter lihbons, call up
"Smoot.'.' lie sella them at 75 cents
each, or $7 per dozen. Guernsey build
Dr. Llndabuiy, Suigcon, diseases of
women a speciulty, 215 Connell building.
Houis: 11 a. m. to 4 p. in.; 7 to 8.30
Finest Havana t
$3.50 and $3.75 a box
Equal to imported cigars
Garcia Conchas, ...$3.50
I,a Flor de San
chez and Hay a,., 3,75
Juan L,opez, Key
F, Garcia Conchas,
Per box .-..,. 3,25
E. G. COURSEN
DID BEST WORK
MISSES MATHEWSON AND YEA
OEU SCORE WELL.
Each Made Good Advances In Tho
Tiibuuo'a Educational Contest.
Seven Others Also Helped Them
selves Tho En tlio List Changed
fiom Eighteenth Placo Sown Con
testants Aro Waking Up to Tholr
Standing of Contestants
Oharlos Burns, Vnndlln(r.440
A. jr. Kellcrman, Scranton. 347
06car H. Kipp, Elmhurst. .333
Prod K. Qunstcr, Oioen
Bldgo i .207
Wm, T. 0. Rodriguez
Herbert Thompson, Cai-
Albert Procdman, Belle
Maxwell Shopheid, Cnr-
Chas. V. Dorsoy, Soianton.105
L. E. Stanton, Scranton. . . 08
Wm. Sherwood, Harford . . 70
Homer Kiesgo, Hyde Park 61
J. A. Havenstrltc, 'Mos
Harry Madden, Scranton . . 53
Miss Beatrice Haipur,
Frank B. McCreary, Hall
William Cooper. Pricaburg 38
Grant M. Decker, Hall
Hcndrick Adams, Chin
Miss Jane Mathowoon,
Lee Culver, Springville. . . 33
Walter Hallstcad, Scran
Harry Danvers, Provi
Louis MeCuskcr, Park
Hugh Johnston, Porest
Mis3 Mary Yeager, Green
Fred Kiblcr, South Scran
C. J. Clark. Peckvillo 18
Louis Gere, Brooklyn 18
Miss Edna Coleman,
John Mackic, Providence. 1G
Elmer Williams, Elmhurst. 16
Eddie Moiris, South Scran
Nino contestants "-cored points es
teid.iy in Tho Tiibtino's Educational
Contest, as follows: Miss Jane Matliew
son, Factory vllle, 17: Ficd Kiblei, South
Scranton, 1; L V. Stanton, Scianton, 4;
Hendilck Adams, Chinchilla, 3; Heibeit
Thompson, Caibondale, 3; Jllss Mary
Ycaqer, Giccn nidge, 1; William T. S.
Ftoclilguez, Scianton, 1; Maxwell fchep
hcid, Caibondale, 6; A. J. Kellcnnan,
As a lesult, eveiy contestant below
eighteenth place is changed about thlj
moinlng. Miss Mathewson and Miss
Yeager each took long jumps upuuid
In the list, the Factory ville oung lady
going fiom twont -fifth to twentieth
place, and Miss Yeager fiom thirty
fifth to twenty-sixth. Thomas Dcinp
sey, of Olyphant, has had his name
diopped from tho list because ho Is now
below thirty-third place.
The contestants nil seem to bo
awakening to the fact that this con
test means mote to themselves than to
any one else and by their exertions
alone Is there any chance of winning a-
scholaishlp. Ot course, the larger tho
number ot points a contestant has tho
wider choice he will have when the con
tent closes, while those who loiter now
will have to work doubly haid at the
end to catch up.
The standlrg of tho ten contestants
who have scoicd the hugest numba of
point j In July follows: -
Lending Contestants for July.
Blidseye Mnplo Writing Desk.
Waterman Gold Fountain Pen.
l.C. V. Dorhcy 80
2. Albert l-'rccdm.in 70
'i.S, J. Kolleiman eo
1. Ilcihctt Thompson 17
5. Maxwell Shepheid rs
G. Vird Kiblcr LO
7. Miss JIary Yeager 20
S. Mlsh Jane Matliowson 17
9. L. U. Stanton 12
10. SIIi-3 nentrlce Hurjiur 11
SCBAKTON BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Day and evening EiOmIour of tho
Scianton IUihlne. h College will reopen
Tuesday, September 2. AViite, call or
'phono (StJ) for Intoi niatlon. Iini.li kz
"Whltmote, corner Adams and Linden.
New lot jiibt ii'cclvd. Il.tvo you tried
this matchlcfcs 5c tlsnrV "
At Two-third Their Value and Less
Alen never had a chance to buy good Straw Hats at such low prices. At prices
like these the' Hat Department should and will be crowded all day today,
that sold at $3
A Titnd of Anxiety for
Wilt Banish the Summer Blues
and Other Distresses That-
flake Life Miserable
This Is the senson when wo hear men
and women complaining about thulr
unhappy tun hnlf-deiid condition. Thqy
Hnd that physical nnd mental cncigy
hns deseiled them, and they are sink
ing deeply In the pit of despondency.
The lint summer weather always pio
tltices thousands of miserable reeling
tnoitnls. They lack neivo foice.strengtli
and tiue vitality. They cannot rest
day or night, und life becomes a bur
The gieat recuperator, builder and
sticngth-glver tor nil wcniy, wninout
and suffering people la Pnlno's Celery
Compound, now so unlvoi sally prescrib
ed by medical men. When tho gtcat
medicine Is used at this season, lan
guor, despondency, Irritability, nervous
ness, sleeplessness, headache, dyspep
sia, nnd digestive tioublcs hie perman
ently banished, nnd men and w onion go
about their duties and wotk with n
vim, will, and energy that indicate
health and physical stiength.
Mr. J. H. Clark, Newaik, Del., who
wa.t in a critical condition of health
fiom tiottbles extremely common in
summer time, wiltc3 thus ubout his
marvelous rescue fiom death:
"When I was attacked with nervous
prosti.ttlon, I went to one of our local
doctors. I continued to grow woise,
and consulted other phslclnns, but
with veiy little nppateut good. No
tongue can express or pen describe my
feelings and stiffen Ing from this terrible
disease. After spending considerable
money In the vain hope of being cured,
I was led to tiy Talnc's Ccleiy Com
pound, and It Is this jnedlcine which
enabled mo to enjoy the health I now
have. After the torture I experienced
night and day for jeais, the change Is
The Pridmore Automatic Copying Press
Gives four times more pressure than
any other press.
The screw is designed so H9 to maJce-backing-off-
REYNOLDS BROTHERS; gw $ Hotel Jermyn
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I Maloney Oil & ManiiiacfUring Company,
141-149 Meridian Street.
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Hats for Men
Hats, s m a II
$7 Palms, $4.
Hand & Payne,
Cor. Washington Ave. and Spruce St,
lo Extra Stamp's with every sale
for $i.oo or over at
Bring this Coupon,
Mid-summer Sale closing tut odd
sizes at reduced prices.
Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords at
00c, 75c, 81.00, $1.23, 82.00.
Men's Shoes at
08c, 81.25, 8176, 82.00, 82.25, 32.50
83.00, 83.50 and 84.00.,
Opposite Connell Building.
134 Washington Avenue.
126-128 Franklin Ave.
Having Reached Us
That people are soliciting work in
our name, wo wish to notify the
public that we have no agents
out whatever. Have you seen oux
STORM KING" UMBRELLA?
Guaranted to stand all storms
or money refunded.
Umbrella Manufacturing Co.,
313 Spruce Street.
$2 Rough Hats
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