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$? h'V. I THE SCRANTOST TRIBUNE-SATtTRDAY, JUL1C 20 1002. '
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XfiflKa New fcitlRene rtulldltlff find
"Loan Association will loan 11,000
at juj a.'tnonin i-nyH o per com.
dn gjock'pttymonts." Fines arti only
1 per cent. ,
HEkltY J. ZIEOLErt, President.
' 501 Ccdnr Avciuie.
- T. J. SNOWDEN, Vlco President,
, ,, Mason & Snowdon dumber Co.
WENHY'F. BlEGLHtt. Secretary,
ZlcBlcr fit Schumnchor.
iH. T. lIATtDElCTrciiHUrcr,
JOHN SCIlEtTEll, JR., , , .
Penrni. BaUlnB Co., 310 Elm Bt
'WILLIAM DEI.KE. , k
1214 Mulberry Streot.
JACOB V. Mit.LUR, , ,
Ins. Ast, 414 Hoard of Trado Bids.
HENRY SCUUUERT, , it .,. .
419 Ninth Street.
ROBERT P. KORHLKn. .
C37 Linden Street
SIX) S. Irving Avenue.
GEORC31 SMITH. , ,
Aldermnn Meyer's Offtco.
R. A. ZIMMERMAN, , ,,
Attorney, 414 Tloard of Trade Bldg.
HENRY J, SPRUKS.
i Of Spruks Brothers.
'They Draw Well."
Morris' Mapdt Cigars
Th best value for 5 cents.
Try ono and you will smoke ,no
other. . '
AH tho loading brands of Be.
clpars nt $1.75 per box, or for 25o.
Tho largest variety ol Pipes and
.Tobacicos In town. '
E. C. MORRIS,
X The Cigar Man '
A 325 Washington Avenue
In and About
Baces at the Speedway.
A programme of Interesting horses
races bus been arranged for- this after
noon at SuO o'clock on the Speedway.
- The Simdiiy school and congregation
of St. Peter's Lutheran church, Petois
burs. will hold their annual excursion
to Lake Ariel August 13.
Petition in Bankruptcy.
William H. Pnstlan, of Sunbury, yes
iterduy llled a voluntary petition In bank
ruptcy In tho United States court. Ills
liabilities uro Ji,ai.10, and his assets,
Will Heceive Camp Pay.
Members of Company K. Thirteenth
cglment, who have qualified and turned
.n their state property can receive their
ramp pay at the armory this evening at
- Union's Second Meeeting.
The Hod Carrleis' union will hold its
second meeting at 2 o'clock tomorrow af
ternoon In Melvln's hall, 4JI Lackawanna
avenue. A permanent organization will
Band Concert Last Night.
A largo crowd gathcied on Washington
avenue last night to hear Bauer's band
give a concert nt the Bicycle club. An
excellent programme was rendered in ex
Soldiers Beceive Pay.
Tho members of the Thirteenth reg
iment p3terd,iy received pay for their
week's work at tho Gettysburg encamp
ment. The men tu the companies wore
paid through their captnlns, nnd the stuff
fnrougu .njutnnt l). . Athortnn.
Children's Delightful Trip.
Through the Ulndnots of Manager Sll
llman tho Rev. James Hughes was nblo
to tako a good number of tho llttlo chil
dren belonging to the Junior Endeavor
soqloty of tho Adams Avenue chapel
,up to Nay Aug park on Thursday. There
wore about ouo hundred chlidien who en
joyed this outing. Mr. Hughes and somo
.of his young lieutenants did much to
mnko tho trip to the paik delightful to
'the llttlo Endeavoreia.
CLAM BAKE AND SHORE DINNER
Ninth Annual at Lake Poyntelle,
Thursday, August 31.
The G, W. West division, No. 468,
Brotherhood of LqcomotJvo Engineers,
has. juadq arrangements with tho On
tario mid Western Railroad company
for holding their ninth annual claim
hake and shore dinner nt Lake Poyn
telle, on Thursday, Aug. 21.
This event Is looked forward tb as
one of the most enjoyable of the bea
sori at Poyntelle, and this year a larger
crowd than ever Is expected to attend.
.Special excursions will he run from
Scranton unci Norwich. N. Y stop
ping at ull stations between these
"Smoot" hap a second-hand Dens-
more, which he will bell for $80 tush,
lis Is "awful," cheap for that nui
ejhlne. Guernsey building, city,
B, . .
XFancy Georgia ueachca. 30c. haskot;
Tjforth 60c. , K, G, Courscn.
' JtRet "Tho Luckawunna Finish" on
jour Juwn:U&udmIred wherever seen.
-308 Penn avenue,
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Are You Going to the Seaside
DIf so, have1 The Trihnnp follow o.l onH aan
iLSSrtli?111 yur frnds-
"TromribUn BbU,W,,ff ComP,any;
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1 J!ff':Lu.- Vou promptThe VSKuTciT? a" "32 ""M?
'.. juu ttio not a-iuniiPrinAi- vnit no
a peit ft month.
Scranton Gas and Water Company
Ignores' Director Roche'a Notice to
, Oet Its Pipes Out of the Way of
the New Sewer In South Scranton,
and Goes Into Court for an Injunc
tion to Restrain Work on the
Sewer Joseph Zop Is, Adjudged
The Scranlon Gns and Wntcr com
pany, through exvJudgo K. N. Wlllnrd.
of Wlllard, Warren & Knapp, yester
day secured from Judgo John P., Kelly
a preliminary Injunction restraining
Coon & Sons, contractors; Director of
Public Works 'Hocho and the city of
Scranton from proceeding with the
work of the South Side Bewer, at tho
corner of JTront street nnd Stone nve
nue, in any way In which said work
will interfere with the plaintiff's pipes.
The rule to make the injunction per
manent was made returnable July .10
at 10 ,n. mr
Appended Is' the bill of complaint
filed by the company:
To the Honorable, tho Judges of tho
Court of Common Pleas of Luckawanna
County, Sitting in Equity:
Your orator complains und says:
First That Is Is a corporation of the
stnto qf Pennsylvania, duly Incorporated
by uil act of tho general assembly of
suld commonwealth, approved tho 10th
day of Murch, A. D. 1854, entitled, "An
Act to Incorporate tho Scranton Gns and
Water Company"; and said act and its
fcupplmcnts your orator prays may be
taken and considered as a part of this
Second That by tho second section of
tho said net, tho said plaintiff has the
right "to provide, erect and maintain all
works, muehinery, fixture or engines
necessary or proper for making, raising
und Introducing Into tho village of
Scranton, Iluzerpo county, a sulllclent
supply of gas and pure water; and for
that purpose may provide, erect and
maintain all proper buildings! cisterns
and reservoirs for the reception of tho
gas and water to bo Introduced, nnd for
this purpose they are authorized and
empowered by themselves, their agents,
engineers and workmen to take water
from any stream and with their tools,
carts, wagons and horses along and upon
lands and enclosures, streets, lanes und
alleys, roads, highways and bridges, as
may be nooessary, to occupy or to ob
tain necessary material for tho construc
tion of said works, and to occupy, ditch
and lay pipes, and from time to tlmo to
repair tho game."
HAS LAID PIPES.
Third That In pursuance of said au
thority so vested In your orator, as afore
said. It entered upon Stone avenue and
Front streot, In the city of Scranton, and
laid down pipes, some twelve inches In
diameter, and others six inches lit
diameter, nnd properly and eaiefully io
en ted the same, bo as to furnish the
said city of Scranton and tho citizens
thereof with puio water. That said
pipes, so laid as aforesaid, have been
maintained and kept In good order for
tho purposes aforesaid from the tlmo of
t)ie laying theieof until the present time.
Fourth That on or about the 2;th dav
of July, 1002, the said A. II. Coon and his
ton, Bolton G. Coon, tinder a contract or
pretended contuiet -with tho tlty of
Scranton, and under the supervision and
direction of the said John E. Roche,
director of public works, commenced in-j
tcrferlng with said pipes and endanger
ing the same by exploding dynamite In
the vicinity thereof and under the same
and by digging and trenching adjacent
thereto and under tho s'ame nnd along
Fifth That your orator is informed
and believes that the said defendants, A.
H. Coon and Bolton G. Coon, are con
structing a sower on the paid Front
street and on the suld fetone .avenue, un
der the authority of tho city of Scran
ton, nnd In their construction of suld
bewer they pay no attention to the water
pipes there laid, and tho said John E.
Roche, by letter addressed to the Scran
ton Gas and Water company, under date
July 10, 1902. ordered tho said eompnay
to remove its said pipes on Front street,
opposite the easterly alley between South
Wcb'ter nnd Prospect avenues.
Sixth Your orator Is wilting and has
so notified the authorties of the city of
Scranton, that it Is reun; to do nnythlng
by way of relocating ol- moving tho
pipes In question, providing It Is Indemni
fied for the damngo it may sustain by so
doing. But notwithstanding Its said will
ingness so to act, tho sn(d vlty In the
construction of Its sewer Is threatening to
destroy your orator's pipes and to render
them dangerous to tho city and useless
to your orator; that no Indemnifying bond
has been given or offored to your orator,
directly or Indirectly, by the said city or
by tho said director of public works, or
by tho said A. II. Coon & Son..
Seventh That if tho defendants nbovo
named are allowed to proceed with their
work, it reparable lnlury will bo done to
your orator's property, for which there Is
no adequate remedy nt law.
First That a preliminary injunction
may Issue, directed to tho defendants
nbovo naniod, restraining thonj nnd each
and every ono of them, and their em
ployes, woikmen and laborers, from fur
ther Interfering with yqur orator's water
pipes on tho said Stone avonuo and tho
said Front street, and at tho Intersection
of the said Stone avenuo and Front
Second That, upon final Hearing, tho
bald Injunction may be mudo perpetual.
Third For such other and further re
lief as to your honors may soem meet.
The Scranton Gas and Water Co.
By Wlllard, Warren & Knapp,
Zop Was Discharged.
Tile habeas corpus proceedings
brought by Attorneys C. E. Daniels
and W. M, Bunnell to secure the re
leabo of Joseph Zop, of Wlnton, proved
successful. Judge Neweomb yesterday
discharged Hop as being falsely ac
cused. The commonwealth in'ude no
objection to tho discharge,
Hop was accused by some of his
the Country ?
Fill out this coupon and
Scranton, Pa., change my paper
tin ..i. il. .....
A VERY COMMON COMPLAINT,
BUT IT CAN BE CUBED.
Mrs. Carter A. Roberts, of Augusta,
Me., Tells of Her Experlenca
and How She Found Por-
Sleeplessness has always something:
of disease or undue escitement In it.
Tho excessive use of ten, coffee, tobac
,co, pr any narcotic, may brlnn It on.
In such cases, if the patient stop the
use of, or use more moderately, those
stimulants, he can overcome tho
trouble. It may come, too, from dys
pepsia, n general run down condition
of the system, from disease or Insuffic
ient nutrition, feverish excitement, too
much blood In the head, etc, In these
latter cases u medicine that will feed
the nerves and build Up and purify tho
blood, like Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for
Pale People, Is recommended. That
tills medicine will accomplish a cure In
Buch cases has been' proven In thous
ands of Instances, Ono of them Is .that
of Mrs. Carrie A', Roberts, of No. G
Melville street, Augusta, Ale., who wiib
nt one tlmo a sufferer from Insomnia
and nervousness but wns permanently
cured by Dr; Williams' Pink Pills for
Palo People. She says:
"I was very nervous and,, could not
sleep. 'I had headache a great deal and
my health was run down In general.
For three months I was not able to do
"I tried other remedies but they guvc
me no benefit. But one day one of my
neighbors recommended me to try Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Palo People
and I began using them. I took part
of a box nnd saw I was receiving bqne
tlt and, after tnklng four boxes, en
joyed better health than I had for a
long time. I found the pills wore all
that they were recommended to be nnd
now I am sleeping well and feeling
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo
People are sold only In boxes at llfty
cents a box or six boxe"s for two dollars
and fifty cents, nnd may be had of all
druggists, or direct by mall from Dr.
Williams' Medicine Company, Schenec
tady, N. Y.
neighbors In Wlnton of criminally as
saulting his 9-year-old daughter. He
denied the charge and alleged It was
brought at tho Instance of hl3 neigh
bors to prevent hlpi from carrying out
his expressed Intention to return to
work In the mines. Whether or not
the latter allegation Is true did not de
velop, but the evidence was such as
to thoroughly satisfy not only Judge
Neweomb but District Attorney Lewis,
that the crime alleged against Zop was
Constable John Lally, of Wlnton, ap
peared as prosecutor.
Audit in the Ryan Estate.
Judge- A. A. Vosburg, In Orphans'
court, yesterday, handed down his
audit of the exceptions to tho partial
account of P. J. Hor'an, trustee, of the
estate of Bridget Ryan, deceased.
The exceptions relating to trustee's
commissions and counsel fees are over
ruled, and the others are put over until
the trustee files his final account.
Awarded $1 Damages.
Martin O'Mailey, of Old Forge,
brought suit against the Scranton Rail
way company fcfr $3,000 for damages
done his property by the oompany's
Yesterday he was awarded a verdict
of $1 by Arbitrators C. E. Daniels, C.
B. Gardner and L. P. Wedeman.
Yesterday's Marriage Licenses.
Charles Peers ; Scranton
Mary Ferris Scranton
Anthony Jowaskl . Scranton
Josofu Luberncka Scranton
Martin Martin Sherman
Mary Gerrlty Scranton
Isaac Newton Scra'nton
Cora Spangenberg Scranton
DETECTIVES AT WAR.
Arrests and Counter-Arrests
Chiefs and Employes.
Tho Scranton Detective agency, Jo
seph Greenberger, Morris Fagenbaum,
Barney Cobb, Frank Cobb, et al., have
a peck of trouble on their hands, which
will be alted in court during tho next
It seems that Fagenbaum obtained
a detective's license from court, and
entered Into a partnership with Green
berger, who Is a deputy constable In
the Kighth ward, and they created
what was known ns tho Scranton De
tective agency. v
Barney and Frank Cobb, of 410 Crist
court, were commissioned ns detec
tives by Fagenbaum and Greenburger,
and they proceeded to round up saloon
keepers, keepers of disorderly houses
and the like, for alleged violations of
The scheme was working prosperous
ly for all concerned, until tho "chief"
of the agency, who was Fagenbaum,
and the others became Involved over
tho distribution of tho spoils. Then
Fagenbaum and areenberger had the
Cobbs arrested for Impersonating ofll
ceis and extortion. After a hearing
before Alderman Ruddy tho defendants
were committed to jail In default of
When they obtained their release on
bull, the Cobbs wenfbeforo Alderman
Kellow and had warrants issued for
Fagenbaum" and Greenberger, charging
them with conspiracy and perjury, Tho
hearing was sot for last evening, but
tho agency promoters waived a hear
ing and entered ball yesterday after
READY TO MAKE THE ROUNDS.
Assessors Will Soon Get Started
Their Annual Tour.
Tho city assessors are now prepar
ing to mako their annual tour of in
spection, and expect to sally forth In
tho early part of next month, to make
tho city valuation for tho coming
year. They argue that they will have
to begin early, us they must be through
with this work by Jan, 1,
Last yeur the work of assessslng
property and occupations took four
months, The- cntlro board bus to bo
present at the viewing and assessing
of real estate, but to facilitate, mat
ters, they are allowod to divide among
themselves the task of assessing per
tonul property and occupations.
SCRANTON BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Day and evening sessions of the
Scranton Business Collego will, reopen
Tuesday, September 3. Write, call or
'phono (S62) for Information. Buck &
J Whltmorc, corner Adams and Linden,
FOUR NEW BRICK BUILDINGS
ARE TO BE ERECTED.
Everything Will Be Arranged with
a View to the Health and Safety of
the Inmates Separate Buildings
for Males and Females Ono Wing
Will Bo Devoted to Kitchen
and Dining Room Administration
Building Planned as Fart of the
New Institution Will Not Be Con
structed Until Later.
At tho next mectlntr of the poor
board, tho secretary will be Instructed
to ndvertlso for bids for tho construc
tion of the new almshouses at the Hill
side farm, provided for in Architect E.
II. Davis' plans, which were recently
submitted to and approved by tho
hoard. Provision Is made for four brick
buildings, connected by covered pass
ageways. Tho plans provide for a cross-like
construction, ns two of the buildings
are situated between the two main
structures, extending a considerable
dlstnncc in front nnd back of them.
Tho buildings are to bo used solely for
tho housing nnd accommodation of tho
pauper Inmates of the home.
It is desired to separate them from
the Insane Inmates, and this Idea was
heartily approved by tho Stnto Board
or Charities, when the matter was
brought to Its notice some months ago,
and tho preliminary plnns submitted.
Tho sot of buildings to be erected will
consist of a two-story structure, with
accommodations for 225 men, a similar
building capable of housing 150 women
and about fifteen children, a largo
kitchen and dining room, nnd an ad
Brick will bo used in this structure,
and what little ornamental work will
adorn the outside of the buildings will
be also done In this matcrlul. The "hot
blast" system will be employed In heat
ing and ventllntiornnd electricity will
be used In Illuminating the buildings.
uveryiiiiiiK win oe arranged witn a
view to tho safety and health of tho
Inmates. The buildings will be guar
anteed fireproof from top to bottom,
una great caro will be taken in finish
ing the Interior to round off all corners
and do away with every sharp edge by
meanB of which the Infirm and aged
patients might possibly Injure them
selves. SEPARATE BUILDINGS.
The buildings for male and females
will be at the onnosite mils nf tvm
suite of structures, 112 feet being be
tween them. The home will he two
stories high, with a basement, and 170
feet in length and 132 feet wide. On
the ground floor will be a large, light
and airy room, In which the Inmates
can spend their time amusing them
selves during the day. Six dormitories
will be. found on the first and second
floors, and a large sick ward Is also
called for by Architect Davis' .plans.
Various smaller rooms are provided for
noisy or disagreeable boarders at the
farm, whose actions necessitate their
removal from the main throng.
The sick ward will have nurses'
rooms adjoining; also linen rooms, toil
ets and baths. On each floor there will
be additional ample bathing accommo
dations, lavatories, storerooms, and a
steam drying room. A reception room
1 FREE TRADING STAMPS
A Repetition Sale
The Last Opportunity to Get
30 Stamps Free.
This is 30 Extra Stamps FREE, and does not S'
include the regular stamps
tion, xvxtra stamps are
customers to collect stamps
tomers to nmsu tlieir collection.
Saturday and ilonday,
July 26th and 28th
Cut the Coupon Out and Present at Our Office
New Wash Goods
Our buyers are in New York,
opeu entire new lines of
Wash Goods, White Goods,
Table Linens, Notions,
Hosiery and Underwear.
We bought the goods
our prices will be the lowest
COME AND SEE.
Purchase $1.00 worth
of goods or more and
present this coupon at
our office July
,50, you win
A M mm . -. v ..
415-417 Lackawanna Ave.
will be furnished, In which Inmates
may rocclVo relatives and friends.
Tho kitchen and dining room form a
wing In tho renter of tho set of build
ings, and extending to the rear of tho
men nnd women's buildings. This Is to
be ono story In height, nnd ISO feet long
by 40 wide. A Johg court leads up to
It, nnd In this the Inmates will be al
lowed to walk, when the weather per
mits, a high Iron fence separating the
men and women,
Tho kitchen proper will be 30 feet by
40, nnd In addition tho structure will
Include two sculleries, two storerooms,
and two dining rooms for the men and
women. Each of these will be 35 feet
wide by 60 long, They, will bo built at
opposite ends of the building. Most of
tho cooking will bo done by steam.
Covered passageways from the male
and female buildings lead to this room,
and will be tho route pursued by the
Inmates when tho dinner bell sounds.
Tho administration building, located
Irt front of the others, will bo two
stories In height nnd contain living
rooms for the superintendent, a suite
of reception rooms and a business
office. It Is Intended to leave the con
struction of this for the future, nnd to
merely work on the other three, build
Tho entire length of the buildings Is
458 feet, nnd the administration build
ing and kitchen furnish n depth of 250
feet. Tho building for women will not
be qutto as large as tho section used by
the male paupers. Its structure other
wise will be very similar. It will con
tain a large 'day room, like tnat pro
vided for tho men, a sick ward and
four dormitories, Arrangements will
be made for a small number of chil
dren, and a nursery supplied for .the
Tho present almshouses will be added
to thctnsnuc asylum departments nnd
will be connected by covered corridors,
like those of the new buildings.
BAD EFFECTS OF STORM.
City Sewer Basins Choked to Over
Director of Publlo Works John 'E.
Roche had an unusually large number
of men on the streets yesterdny, work
ing at cleaning city sewer basins; as a
result of Thursday's severe rnln storm.
The heavy rain hud particularly dis
astrous results on streets which have
been only recently repaired as paved,
and on which-the paving material hns
not had time to take sufficiently firm
Sewers throughout the city were
stuffed with debris, many complaints
being received In particular regarding
the condition of the basins at Prescott
avenue and Mulberry street, on Cedar
and Plttston -avenues, and In North
As a result there were twenty-one
men doing the work -yesterday, which
'pn an Ordinary day Is taken care of
by six. Director Roche says that there
has been an unusually large amount
of trouble of this nature recently, and
numerous damage claims against the
city have resulted.
COMING CAMP MEETING.
Will Be Held at Carmel Grove and
The Carmel Grove assembly camp
meeting will be held July 31-Aug. 10
Inclusive, and the Dimmick camp meet
ing Aug. 20-28 Inclusive.
These meetings always attract large
crowds of Methodists from all over
Get "The" Lackawanna Finish on
your collars, cuffs and shirts. It's dif
ferent. 308 Penn avenue.
that are given in addi
given to euconraga new
and to help old
Friday we will 5;
at a big reduction and "'
of the season,
25, 26 and
HEARS & HAGEN.
VV you will havo
$ $ $
$ $ $
II Saturday Bargains
At the New Store
M A new store, a new stock, unlimited selection and real
rj bargain prices. You cannot do better than that, no matter
Jx how earnestly you may try. "
YOU'LL MAKE A MISTAKE
If you fall to participate In the clearance sale of Wash Goods. No
need to tell you why here. A lo ok through the department will explain
nil at a glance.
THE SALE OE WASH SUITS AT 1.69
Must end this week. They're worth twice or three times the price we
nsk. The demand is great and as we cannot duplicate them, they can't
LADIES' SHIRT WAIST INDUCEMENTS.
Our Waists havo a "get up" to them that Is not found elsewhere in
town. They'ro smart looking, dainty In style, well made and nt well.
One-nuartcr to one-half under regular prices
COOL, SHAPELY DRESSING SACQUES.
"Klmonas" and other styles, In three-quarters ' and full lengths.
Beautifully finished and mostly exclusivo styles. Prices, now begin at
23c. Tflce running throughout tho cntlro line has been unusually'heavy.
THE MEN'S FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
Is a llttlo store by Itself to the right as you enter. Try it for your
summer needs, gentlemen, then compare our prices and qualities with
what you havo bought elsewhere.
LADIES' FASHIONABLE HOSIERY, ETC.
All the conceits, fads and fa ncles of the hour are horo, at sneclal
value prices. Also staple styles In
clal offering at
Ladies' Jeisey nibbed Under vests.
trimming, with shield. An elegant
THESE FOR MEN ONLY.
Low-necked Night Shirts,
well-mado and cut right,
Our completo lino of "5c. Silk Neckwear, In all styles, on Sat- Qf.
PARASOL PRICES CUT IN HALF.
No last year's styles here. Tho new store has nono but new goods
to offer. Anything In Parasols fo r ladles at half former figures. I (r
Children's Patatols from w.
McConnell & Co.,
The Satisfactory Store.
Is brewed from malt, strictly for family
use and contains but 5 per cent, of
Order a Case Delivered Today.
Two Dozen Bottles (or One Dollar.
T2i6 Lackawanna Av&,5cramonV
Cranberry Lake, N.J.
Sunday, July 27
Adults, $1; Children, 75c
Train leaves L, L. & V, station nt
8 a, m.
MONEY 171 MONEY
FOR m. FOR
YOU! 1 YOU!
THE QUICKEST WAY to got money when you can not
afford to wait for It, Is to come hero nnd get a ldan
on jour housohold furniture. Wo will hand you the
amount you want within on hour or two after you ask. The
easiest way Is to
Money' On YourJ
WHY7 Becauso you can pay us Just whenever ymi know
tho money to pato. You pay In small,.
easy installments, oiiuer wecisiy or montniy. xou may
havo tho loun for ono month or for n wholo year.
THE CHEAPEST WAY to got out of financial trouble Is
to get a smnll loan from us. We will tell you nt Jlrst ex.
octly what a loan for uny amount for any length of tlmo
will cost. Wo chnrgo only a moderato rate for, tho use of
tho money, nnd you will bo surprised to find' how very low
our charges arc. You pay only for tho actual time you
keep tho money. This company docs not chargo compound
Interest at nil, nor tire there nny extra charges 'of any kind.
NO PUBLICITY. No questions nro asked among your
friends or neighbors. No endorsement of papers here.
Everything fair and square.
From SI0 to $300 Loaned
If you want to keep your friends and neighbors.
from knowinjr that you are hard -
up we cairhclpyou. -
Private Rooms for Free Consultation. 3
Remember that there is no compound interest to
pay and tliat you pay us whenever
it is most convenient.
CALL, 'RHONE:, WRITE
SCRANTON LOAN GUARANTY CO,,
207 Wyoming Avenue.
night' in tho heart of tho shopping district. Convenient for
tho ladles. Plenty of private offlccs.
P. O. BOX. 94.
abundance. Seo Saturday's spe- TCP
taped and lace
Cambric or Madras. Roomy,
Saturday at 75 cents CQg
400-402 Lackawanna Ave,
S. J, Fuhrman & Bro
Strap Holler fto
Awnings a Specialy
328 Lackawanna Aye., Scranton, Pa,
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