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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1902,
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Marriage of Thomas A. Harris and Miss Mar
garet Gray Funeral of the Late Robert
Evans Other Notes and Personals.
Thomns -A. Harris, of Fllmore nvc
nuc, wusi united In inurrliiKO to Mrs.
Margaret Qrny, of Koyscr nvcnuc, nt
the homo of Hcv. Edwurd Howell, on
North Lincoln avenue, Saturday at
The ceremony viih ii very quiet affair,
the couple beiiiR unattended. The bride
was chnrmlnBly attired in a sown of
steel gray. Immediately after the cere
mony the contracting parties were
driven to the home of the brlde'o par
ents, where a reception was held. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Harris, on their return from
their wedding trip, will reside In West
Burglars Palled to Appear.
The sisters at St. Lucie's 'Italian
Catholic church, on Chestnut street,
sent a telephone message to .the West
Side police station on Friday night re
questing Hint nn officer be sent to the
church Immediately. Almost the entire
West Side force were down on Scran
ton street raiding the Cooper block, so
Acting Lieutenant Klah Peters went
to the' church.
After much work he succeeded In
opening the church door nnd Inside the
church found the sisters veny much
frightened. One of them assured the
lieutenant that she had been' wnrned
that thieves would break into the
church that night 'and so she wanted
the protection of n police. A member
of the police force remained all
night, but no thieves nppeared.
At the Churches.
At the evening service of the Taber
nacle church hist night the pastor, Rev,
D. P. Jones preached an English ser
mon orf "Sympathizing with the Suffer
ings of Christ." Mrs. D. Lewis, of
North Scranton rendered a beautiful
solo at the conclusion of the service.
Rev. A. V. Bower delivered an Inter
esting discourse at the morning service
of the Washburn street Presbyterian
church. In the absence of the pastor,
who is on his vacation, the evening ser
vice will be dispensed with.
Rev. D. M. George, of Plttston, oc
cupied the pulpit of the First Welsh
Congregational church at both Sabbath
Henry A. Parsons preached two very
interesting sermons at the morning and
evening services of the Plymouth
Rev. A. L. Ramer, Ph. D., pastor of
St. Mark's church, delivered two very
line sermons from "Attendance of Pub
lic Worship" and "Faith Cometh by
The Best Family Cough Remedy,
Dufour's French Tar,
For Sale br
GEO. VT. JENKINS,
101 S. Main ave.
I The Babies Have
Our Children's Outfittine: DeDartment has
proven to be one of the strongest attractions
in the house. Mothers have found practical
economy in it to an extent never attained be
fore, while all the worry and perpetual annoy
ance of finding something that tnebaby or little
tots' would look well in. has been eliminated.
If you have not visited the new department,
look over it next time you come to the store,
if only to satisfy your own curiosity.
Bargain Facts for Mothers
Plain Slips for babies in Cambric nnd fine Nnln- t f
sook; good quality at 1 "C
Infants' Trimmed Dresses, of white Cambric or
Nainsook, Val. Xace trimmings nnd beautifully made. A - i
marvel nt 0"C
Three lovely styles in Cambric and Nainsook Dresses,
long or short skirts, trimmed yokes and daintily finished, a j?
All at 40C
Another lot of lovely Dresses fox- the little folks;
nicely trimmed and real good quality. A remarkable of- s e
fering at OV C
Many Other Styles and Qualities at Pro
Babies' Short Dresses
Grand bargain offerings in fairy-like little Frocks at
2ic, 30c, 46c and 69c
Other styles up to $7.50, at just as greet reductions from
At prices that make tho thought of making them sheer folly.
21c, 30c, 46c and 69c
Babies' Flannel Skirts
As dnintlly finished as though mother's own hands had
21c, 39c, 69c and 89c
And up to $6.00 each.
Babies' Pretty Sacks
Babies' Knit Shawls
Extra specials from
$1.35 to $3,50
Bootees, Mittens Veils and all the other needs for
the baby at special reductions during this sale.
Hearing," respectively nt the Sabbath
s'ervlcs of his church.
Rev. James Bennlngcr, pastor of the
Embury M. E. church, delivered an
eloquent and thoughtful sermon from
the text, "The Harvest of Our Own
Sowing," last evening. Rev. Bennlngcr
handled his subject in a most pleasing
Rev. E. B. Singer, nsslstant pastor of
Elm Park church, preached the morn
ing sermon at the Simpson M. E.
church. In the evening the pastor, Rev.
Hugh C. McDcrmott, preached as usual.
Rev. S. F. Mathews occupied the pul
pit of the First Baptist church as usual
yesterday. At the close of the evening
service the Lord's supper was celebrat
ed, this being the lust at which Rev.
Mathews will officiate as pastor. The
Sunday school attendance Is very large
nnd many men members have been
added to the Baptist Young People's
union. , ,
Rev. D. F. Edwards, pf Taylor,
preached two excellent sermons nt the
Sabbath services of the First Welsh
Baptist church. Next Sabbath Rev.
Abel Parry, D. D of South Wales, will
occupy the pulpit. Rev. Parry is one of
the most noted divines In Wales.
The funeral of the late Robert Evans,
a well-known resident of this side, who
died Thursday morning at the family
home, 353 North Sumner avenue, was
held Saturday afternoon nt 2 o'clock.
Rev. Hugh C. McDermott, of the
Simpson Methodist Episcopal church,
officiated and spoke in endearing terms
of the life of the deceased. The floral
tributes were many, and several ap
propriate sacred hymns were sweetly
rendered by Miss Hower and Mrs.
Shoemaker. Interment was made in
Forest Hill cemetery.
The funeral of the late John Wllklns,
of 905 Luzerne street, who died on
Thursday evening from a complication
of diseases, was held at 2.30 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. The home wns
crowded 'with the many friends, who
came to pay the last tribute to .the
memory of the departed husband and
father. Rev. D. P. Jones, of the Taber
nacle church, had charge of the ser
vices, and told of the Christian life
and exemplary character of the de
ceased. The casket was burled beneath
a wealth of beautiful flowers. A quar
tette from the Plymouth church sweet
ly sang several selections. The funeral
cortege moved to the Washburn street
cemetery, where the remains were laid
The funeral of the late Miss Anna
Hogan, the 16-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Patrick Hogan, of Jackson
street, who passed away Thursday at
the Scranton private hospital, after a
three weeks' illness, was held at St.
Patrick's church nt 3 o'clock yesterday
afternoon. After the friends had taken
the last farewell at the home, the cor
tege moved to the church, where ser-
vices were conducted by Rev. Father
Dunn. Interment was In the Cathedral
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
For some time past a section gang of
the Lackawanna have been repairing
the tracks In Keyser Valley. A num
ber of mischievous boys living In that
vicinity took (he hand car nnd started
to ride down the tracks With It. Oho
of tho workmen was sent after tho car
but the boys stoned him, so the fore
man was compelled to chase the boys
and recover the runaway car.
The Richards Quoit club held another
quoit match on Friday evening, tho
contest being between Abel Davis nnd
James Lewis. The game was played
for the championship of the club. Mr,
Davis won by a score of 21-7. After tho
game a meeting of the club wus held,
nnd after complimenting Mr. Davis
on his line playing, appointed James
Roberts as his manager, so that all
challenges will have to be made to Mr.
Local No. 17TS, United Mine Workers
of America held an important meeting
In Morgun's hall Saturday evening.
William Raymond, of Swctland street,
while playing base bnll was hit oh tho
head by a bnll and rendered uncon
scious. Miss Anna Humphrey, of North Lin
coln avenue, received a telegram from
Seroon Luke, N. Y stating that Rev.
Lewis, who Is well known here, dledpn
Tuesday. Rev. Lewis Is an uncle of
Mrs. David Jones, wife of the pastor
of the First Welsh Congregational
church, and Miss Anna Humphrey.
James Hudson, district president of
the Patriotic Order Sons of America,
also Ira Newton, L. V. Decker, D. I.
Kdwards, Steward Beeseckor, Milton
Decker, William Thomas nnd Evan
Jones, all of Camp ITS, drove to Newton
on Thursday evening and Installed of
ficers nt that place.
The Daughters of America will hold
a meeting this evening at Washington
hall. It Is expected that ten or fifteen
candidates will be initiated by the
Petersburg council. A social session
will be held after the business is trans
acted. AH who signed the applications
are urged to be present and enjoy the
meeting. The drawing for the prizes
will take nlace on that evening.
Mrs. E. D. Fellows and daughter,
Miss Christine, have returned from Bos
ton where tho latter took up a course in
Wiliam Corliss, of Rock street, the
foreman of the Truth composing room,
left on Friday for Indianapolis and Cin
cinnati. He will attend the latter city
as a delegate to the printers' conven
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Varguson, of
Buffalo, N. Y who have been the
guests of Rev. and Mrs. H. C. McDer
mott, at the parsonage on North Hyde
Paik avenue, have returned home.
Mr. Varguson Is a brother-in-law of
Rev. McDermott and a prominent
business man In the above city.
Mrs. George B. Beach and son, of
South Main avenue, are home from a
two week's visit to New York city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. Maurice Miller, of
Rock street, have welcomed an interest
ing little son to their home.
The Misses Jennie Smith, of Evans
court, and Elizabeth Williams, of North
Main avenue, are visiting at Elmhurst.
The Misses Margaret and Alice Evans
of Rock street, are home from an en
tended visit to Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pratt, of
North Lincoln avenue, have welcomed
a dainty daughter to their home.
Mrs. William Fowler, of Jackson
street, is quite HI.
The committees In charge of the an
nual outing of tho North Main Avenue
Baptist church Sunday school have de
cided to hold their annual outing at
Heart Lake this year. Suitable ar
rangements have been made with the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
railroad for cars to carry the merry
picnickers to the lakeside. The date of
the event has been changed from -August
20 to Friday, August 22. All mem
bers of the schol under IS years of age
will be carried free and the low rate
of 75e and 40c will be charged for
others. The leading feature of the
day's outing will be the base ball game
between the married and single men of
the church. A number of other games
will bo conducted during the day.
Mrs. George AV. Davis, of West Mar
ket street, Is spending two weeks at
Mrs. Frank A. Clark and daughter,
Georgiana, of Church avenue, are vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Gritman, of Green Grove.
Misses Sarah Perry, Kate Cox and
Margaret Healoy left Saturday to
spend their vacation at Lake Ariel.
Thomas Evans, proscription clerk at
Davis' drug store, returned home Sat
urday evening, after spending ton days
at Atlantic City.
Mis3 May Benedict, of North Mnin
avenue, has returned home l'rom Cnr
bondale. Misses Margaret and Belinda McGur
rln, of Ferdinand street, have returned
from Lake Ariel.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lewis and Mrs.
Thomas D. Lewis, of North Mnln ave
nue, are spending the month at their
cottage at Lake WInola.
Tho members of tho Vesper Social
club are making elaborate preparations
for their shirt waist social, which will
be held at tho Auditorium next Mon
airs. John Newberry, of Throop
street, has returned homo from visit
ing Jermyn friends.
Miss Lulu Dolan, of. North Main ave
nue, is entertaining Miss Nellio p'Her
ron, of Elmlra,
John Jorvls, of Wayno nvonue, has
accepted a position us shipping clerk
for Oswnld Jones, wholesalo merchant.
Mrs. William Lewis nnd son, of Edna
nvonue, nro bpondlng the mouth at
Itlchnicl Hughes, of Oak street, spent
yesterday with parents at Forest City.
Mrs. Howard Grlllln and son, Doug
las, of West Markut street, returned
homo Friday, after spending threo
weeks at Muplewood,
Louis Lou Schultz, of North Main
avenue, bpent yesterday with Mlnooka
David Gaines, of Wnrren street, re
turned homo Saturday after spending
inree weens at urystui Lake,
The North Ser.uuton Glee society
held n well-attended meotlng In their
roms yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. William Thomas, Mr, and Mrs.
John Newton, Mrs. Thomas Folks, Mrs.
Lydla Evans, Mr. and Mis, Armlt
AH OLD AND WEIX-TRIED REMEDY,
MRS. WINSLOW'S feopTJUNa SYRUP
for children teothlncr. Is tho prescription ol
eno of tho best f omnia physicians and
jmrscs In tho United States, una has been
useil sixty yeais with nevcr-falllng uuc,
tess by millions of mothers for their chile
dren. Durlnp tho piocess of teething iti
Jaluo !s Incalculable. It relieves tho child
from pain, cures diarrhoea, griping in thi
bowels, and wlnd-cpllc. By giving healtU
to tiio child It rests tho mother. Price.
twenU-Uve cents a. bttu. "
ENT PILLS (Chocolate
Coated, 60 doses, 25c.) are
a new,- tasteless, odourless,
economical substitute or the
celebrated liquid CUTI
CURA RESOLVENT, as
well as for all other blood
purifiers' and humour cures
Each pill is equivalent to one
teaspoonful of liquid RE-V
SOLVENT. Put up in
screw-cap pocket vials, con
taining 60 doses, price, 25c.
ENT PILLS are alterative,
antiseptic, tonic, and digest
ive, and beyond question the
purest, sweetest, most suc
cessful and economical blood
and skin purifiers, humour
cures, and tonic-digestives yet
Complete Tresfment $1
Complete external and internal treatment
for every humour, consisting of Cuticura
Soap, 25c., to cleanse tho skin of crusts
and scalos, and soften the thickened cut
Icloj CuTiccBA Ointment, 50c, to In
stantly allay itching, inflammation, and
irritation, and soothe and hoal ; and Cuti
cura. Resolvent Pills, 25c, to cool and
cleanse tho blood. A Single Set is often
sufficient to euro tho most torturing, dis
figuring, Itching, burning, and scaly skin,
scalp, and blood humours, cczomas.rashes,
and irritations, with loss of hair, from
infancy to age, when all olso fails.
' Cuticuia KiyDIRS are .old throoRliont the world.
Brltlih D.poti2-SS,ChutcrhraKSq.,Londoii. French
Depot i a Hue del. F.iz, Pule. Pottib BlUO axs
0. Coir Bole Propi., Bntcs, U. 8. A.
Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Richards returned home Saturday
evening, nfter spending ten days at At
Frank Price, of William street, is
visiting relatives at Plymouth.
David Williams, one of our former
residents, but now of Pittsburg, is vis
iting his mother, Mrs. Jane A. Wil
liams, of Wayne avenue.
Samuel Block, of West Market street,
is visiting friends in Wilkes-Barre.
Mrs. David U. Reese, of Oak street,
and her niece, Miss Carrie Evans, of
Wayne avenue, have returned home,
after spending their vacations at At
Miss Clara Walsh, of Nay Aug ave
nue, is spending a week with Plttston
Wade Finn, of North Main avenue,
who is spending the summer at his cot
tage at Crystal Lake, spent Saturday
in town. ,
Rosar Price, of William street, and
Daniel Davis, of Putnam street, re
turned home Saturday evening, after
spending a week in New York city.
Mr. and Mrs. George Berry, of Car
bondnle, spent yesterday with Mrs.
Berry's mother, on Brick avenue.
A special meeting of the North
Scranton Glee society will be held to
night to make preparations for minors'
mass meeting at Priceburg AVednesday
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
The funeral of Mrs. John Durkln was
held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock
from her late home on Prospect ave
nue. A high mass of requiem was cele
brated at St. Peter's Cathedral and
Interment was made in the Cathedral
The remains of the late Ferdinand
Fleoseh were laid at rest yesterday
afternoon in Forest Hill cemetery. The
funeral cortege left the house at 2
o'clock and moved toward the Hickory
street Baptist church where services
were held by Rev. J, C. Smith.
The joint excursion of the St. Peters,
the St. Josephs and tho Knights of St.
George and the Glee and Dramatic As
sociation of St. Mary's German Catho
lic church leaves this morning ut 8.30
o'clock for Mountain park a largo num
ber of tickets have been sold.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Thomas
McGuire will be held from her late homo
on Mooslc street this morning nt 0
o'clock. A high innss of requiem will
bo celebrated at 'St. Peter's cathedral
and Interment will be made In Cathe
James Arthurs nnd John Murphy
spent yesterday In WIIkes-Barre. -
Prof, Klttrick has returned from a
llshtng expedition and tells about the
great haul he made.
Miss Kathryn Murphy Is spending a
few days In Wllkes-Bnrro.
Tho bible class of tho Y, W. C. A.
will meet this evening.
Fred Tcrpo has returned from Lake
Dr. Schley's Lung Heullng Balsam la
guaranteed to euro all coughs. "No
cure, no pay." For snlo by all dealers."
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Ilartman, of
Philadelphia, uro visiting friends on
Miss Sophia Klump Is visiting friends
Vance Lldstono, of Sanderson nvenue,
spent Sunday nt Poyntelle, where ho
wub tho guest of a camping party com
posed of North End young nien,
Miss Mlnnlo Peck, of Capoiise ave
nue, Is acting as organist nt the Green
Ridge Presbyterian church, while the
regular organist, Miss Salome Becker,
Is awuy on her vucatlon.
Miss Lula Dolph, of Lake WInola,
and Miss Bessie Calloway, of Archbald,
nro visiting Mrs. Bertram McDonald,
of Monsey avenue.
Mr. und Mrs. II. B. Hall, of Adams
avenue, are visiting friends at Orson.
Miss Mary Jordan Is spending her
vneatlon ut Atluntto City.
Mrs. M. M. DeWitt, of Cnpouse ave
nue, is entertaining Miss Helen Green
Held, of Philadelphia.
Miss Annie Henley, of Sanderson
avenue, Is spending her vacation with
relatives at Archbald.
Councilman Alfred Harvey and fam
ily, of Wyoming avenue, have returned
from a week's stay at Lake WInola,
An important business meeting will
bo held by the members of tho Green
Ridge Wheelmen nt the club houso to
Tho regulnr Wednesday evening
meetings of tho Green Ridge Presby
terlnn church will be held In the church
parlors, Instead of the lecture room,
during the month of August.
Tho attention f tho proper city offi
cial Is respectfully called to the
wretched condition of Dickson avenue,
between Green Rldgo street und the
depot. Tho gutters on each side of the
roadway have become so lllled with
washings from the road that every
little shower nof. only Hoods the side
walk, but many cellars of tho business
hduses on each side of tho avenue.
James Ron und Charles and' Clarence
Jones are spending their vneatlon ut
Lake Coxtown, Wuyno cqunty.
Many queries nro heard as to why It
Is necessary that nil the windows In the
postofllcc should be closed during the
distribution of tho several malls. A
person wishing to buy a stamp under
the present plan Is sometimes compelled
to wait a half hour before the distribu
tion Is completed and tho window open
ed. Tho running of Drinker street cars
through the corners at the speed at
which most of them now go Is going to
some day be fraught with serious con
sequences. In their eagerness to ge,t the
lights at the corner of Drinker and
Blaklcy streets the men forget the
safety of their passengers or that of
pedestrians. Should a enr coming
down Chestnut street and one coming
down Drinker street over meet on the
curve at what Is now ordinary speed,
It would certainly result In loss of life
and be a great monetary loss to the
Richard Angwln Is able to be on the
streets again after his recent accident
when he fell a distance of GO feet from
the top of the new power station of the
Cannon Ball railway.
The funeral -of Clinton Stevens took
place from the family home on Adams
avenue yesterday afternoon. Large
numbers of mourning friends were in
attendance and the floral tributes were
many and rarely beautiful. Rev.
Charles H. Newlng, of the Methodist
church and Rev. E. J. Haughton, of St.
Marks, conducted the services. Inter
ment wasmade In Dunmore cemetery.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Bone, of "Blngham
ton, were guests of friends In town yes
terday. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Dalrymple,
spent yesterday at Lake WInola.
Mrs. Edwaid Noggles has returned
to her home in Plttston after a visit
with friends In town.
J. B. Hobday, of Apple street, has ac
cepted a position in the Scranton postal
The council will hold an Important
meeting tonight ill the borough building
when It is probable the contract will
be awarded for the building of the new
sewer which has been on paper only for
B. F. COURTRIGHT, a resident of
Clark's Green for the last twenty-two
years, died at his residence on Satur
day at 5 o'clock a. m., after a short
illness of peritonitis. He had attained
the advanced age of "G years on his
last birthday, May 30. He was next
eldest of Ave brothers, Hamilton being
the eldest, who settled In Missouri;
Milton and James, of Wilkes-Barre,
and Thomas, who settled in tho vicin
ity of Aurora, 111., and Mrs. Mary
Sharps, of Wyoming, Pa. His brother
James and sister, Mrs. Mary Sharps,
survive him. He also Is survived by
his wife and eight children, John M
Murray B Archibald O., William W.,
Mrs. Isabolle Good, Mrs. Clara Mat
lack, Mrs. Jennie Sheldon and Mae
Courtright. The funeral services will
be held at the family residence at
Clark's Green Tuesday at 11 o'clock a.
m Aug. VI. Interment will be made
in tho family plot In the Clark's Green
JOHN STRINE, driver of the Moses
Taylor hospital ambulance, died Satur
day morning of Brlght's disease. Al
though ailing for several months, he
continued at his work until lust Mon-
day, when he was compelled to go to
bed and place himself under physicians'
care. He was 29 years of age, and a
resident of Taylor.
The Tangle Made by Two Families
Straightened Out by a Lawyer.
From tho Nasltvlllo Banner.
Na3hvlllo has a lawyer, who besides
being a good lawyer has a penchant
for hunting up and solving Intricate
problems of genealogy. He said today
that ho had read most of those prob
lems which annually make tho rounds
of tho press, but some months ngo he
accidentally run upon ono of tho most
difficult cuses of this class right here
In Nashville, In the Valentino and Stin
nett families, clients of his. After
many hours of hard work the lawyer
solved, to his own satisfaction, the
family relationship, and he furnished a
reporter with tho solution, ns follows:
"Henry Vulontlno married Martha
Noble. They had flvo children, ono of
whom, Cora, married James Stinnett,
and they had seven children. Henry
Valentino's llrst wife died a number
of years ago, and he soon therafter
married her sister, Fannie Noble, und
they hud six children born to them.
"About threo yenrs ago Henry Val
entino died, leaving his second wife nnd
two sets of children, About ono year
ago Cora Stinnett, wlfo of James Stin
nett and daughter of Henry Valentine,
died leaving her husband and seven
children. Just ono month thereafter
James Stinnett married Fnunle Valen
tine. James Stinnett and his wife still
live together with his seven children,
her six children by Valentine, und her
live stepchildren of Valentine's.
"They live In Marks street and he
works at the E. & N, Manufacturing
company, Now, what relation Is James
Stinnett to hs wife's children? What
t elation Is Mrs. Stinnett to her hus
band's children? Whut relation is
James Stinnett to his wife's step.chll
dron? What relation Is his children to
her children and to her stepchildren?
"Stinnett is the stepfather of his
wife's children; he la also brother-in-law
to them because they wero half
brothers and sisters of his wife; he Is
nlso a cousin of theirs by marriage be
cause their mother and his wife's
mother were sisters; Mrs. Stinnett Is
the stepmother of his children; also a
great-aunt, as she was a sister to their
grandmother. Ills children aro broth
ers and sisters to her children, becauso
their parents aro husband and wife.
Ills children are stepchildren of hers;
they are also grandchildren because
she was the wife of their grandfather,
She Is likewise their great uunt because
the sister of their grandmother. He Is
his wife's husband; her step-sou-in-
Tk August Sale
Of Summer Goods
Is Going On at a Lively Pace
The last and deepest cuts have been. made. What
is here today may not be here tomorrow, so take ad
vantage of today's opportunity and avoid disappoint-
A Few of the
Many Great Bargains
a Children's Mull Hats that
Ladies' Summer Ventilating Corsets, Closing out
Ladies' Swiss , Hibbed Vests, neatly trimmed, closing
out at .'..
Ladies' Genuine Lisle Thread Vests, the 35c kind 1 Q,
ladies' White nnd Colored Shirt Waists, upwards AHn
Ladles' Kimona Dressing
Cleaning Up SaJe of
Ladies' Silk and Leather Belts
Leather Belts that sold for
Leather Belts in Black and
jLeatner .tseits in oiacK ana
Silk Ribbon Belts that
. .. .. .
, Silk and Leather Belts
Silk Belts with black and side pieces, sold for 50c and y ej-
65c, Sale Price : Out
Silk and Elastic Belts with back and side pieces, sold Aer
for 75c and $1.00, Sale Price '. yC
Silk and Ribbon Belts with back and side pieces that QQ,
sold for S1.50 and 81.75, Sale Price "Ot
Broken Lots of Neckwear, Shirts, Hoisery, Suspenders, etc., at
greatly reduced prices.
The Embroidery Sale still continues, but the different lots are
diminishing very rapidly.
Lace Open Work Hosiery for
at 12 l-2c, 15c, 19c, and.
The Largest and most
artistic line ever shown
in the city.
121 Washington Avenue.
You believe there are
many brands of
But after usiug the re
liable "Snow White'
You know it to be abso
lutely the best.
We only wholesale it.
Mill & Grain Co.,
Scranton and Olyplmnt.
law, liecause ho was the son-in-law of
her husband. She Is his aunt by inur
rliiKe, because she was the sister of his
wife's mother. lie Is his father-In-law'i
brother-in-law because his pres
entwlfe is the sister of his father-lu-luw's
first wife. lie Is his own step-son-ln-law
because he Is tho husband
of his stop-mother-ln-law, and for the
were 50c, reduced
Sacques at 59c 79c
15c, Sale Price .
colored, sold for 25c nnd 30c.
. . ... . ...
colored, sola tor Due ana uoc, tp
sold for 25c and 35c, t Q
that sold for 50c, Sale
Ladles, Misses and Children " er
The temperature at the AGNEW,
On the Beach, In Chelsea, .'..lantlc City,
Saturday was 6s.
Every appointment of a modern Hotel.'
Win. Penn Hotel
On tho Hoard Walk between Georgia
and Florida avenues.
Finest Sea View and Bathing Beach on
First class accommodations. i
Bates, $1.3 per day up. $7 to $10 per
week. p. G. TIFFANY, Proprietor
Formerly of Scranton.
Kentucky Avenue. First Hotel from Beach, At
lantic City, N. J.; GO Ocean view rooms; ca
pacity 400; write for special rates. J. O. Jenk
BEAUTIFUL LAKE WESAUKING
On a spur of the Alleghany Mountains. t.chig.i
Valley railroad; near Towanda. Bathing, flsiilnc;,
sports, etc. excellent table. Reasonable rates.
LAKE WESAUKINO HOTEL
P. O., AneA Pa. Bend for booklet
C. K, HAHRI3.
LAKE WINOLA, PA.
Special rates nt Ilotol Clifton, Lake W!
nola, for September. Purchase tickets to
Factoryvillo r.nd return only. Hotel Clif
ton hacks meet trains leaving Scmnton
us follows: 9 a, m., 1.10 p. m., 4 p. m. and
ti.10 p. m. launches meet hotel hacks for
any part oytho lake.
HIGHLAND DELLlOUSE SMiS?
Htroudsliurgi Pu. Capnolty, WO. Delightful
ly Ritunted; enlarged, rornrninbed, modern,
conveniences; electrio lights; servlco nrst
clnsi. Uooklots, rates, Apply J. F. F0ULKE.
I When in Need '" l
Of anything in the llne of
T optical goods wo can supply it, ,j,
l Spectacles I
land Eye Glasses:
.j. Properly fitted by an expert .j,
From $1.00 Up
Also nil kinds of prescript
tlon worli and repairing. T
JYlercereau & Connell,
fr 133 Wyoming Avenue,
Euccessors to Machlno Dustness ot
Dickson Manufacturing Co., Bcranton
and Wilkes-Barre, Pa,
Stationary Engines, Boilers, Mining
same reason ho is his own step-father-in-law.
Ho s likewise a brother-in-law
to his dead mother-in-law, and also a,
8tep-son-n-law ot his present wife."
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