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THE SCRANTON TUIBUIOa-THUKSDAiT, OCTOBER 2, 1902.
iCotinty Savings Bank
and Trtisf Company,
506 Spruce Street.
in Sums of
and pays $ per cent,
Xi. A. WATBES, President.
0. S. JOHNSON, Vlce-Pres.
A. H. CHBISTY, CnBhier.
Win, V, Hnllstcntl,
K. V KltlKHlilliy.
O S. JoliUktm,
iiivripit Win 1 en.
I.. A. Wntlci
riuUin 1 H m 1
With purchase of Wall Paper,
Shades, Picture Frames, Burnt
Wood and Leather Novelties.
No better time than now
to bring us your unfinmed
pictures for framing. We
have the best assortment
of fiames in Scranton.
All Kinds of Inteiior Decora
tive Woik promptly done. Good
COUPON Cut this out and
present it at our stoie. Pur
chase goods to the amount of
$1.00 or moie and you will re
ceive 30 STAMPS TREE.
Jacobs & Fa sold,
209 Washington Ave.
JEWISH NEW YEAR,
Special Services Conducted In Temple
The Jewish new' year, which began
vestrnliiy nt Minsrt and which will end
today at tlio saino hour, was observed
with special bpi-vIccb conducted In the
new Madison avenue temple last night.
The iltuul preset Hied for the festival
wan cairlcd out and a sermon on the
dlRtilllcancc of thr tfiiy was preached
by ttiihbl A. Ansparhcr.
Tlieio will be another service this
morning at 10 o'clock, N'ctuly all the
platrH of lumliicsa throughout the city,
lonductcd by the Jews, will bo closed
POUND DEAD IN BED.
Emily Smith Passed Away
During the Night.
When her hUHb.imt tiled to awaken
Mrs. Kmlly Hnilth, of Ninth Main ave
nue, ycstciday inotulng, ho dlscovpicd
alio was cold In death, having suc
cumbed duilng the night to heait fall
uio. Cot oner Saltty held a poHtmnitcin cx
ntiilliatlon to riotoi initio the cause of
death, and decided that an InqucHt was
iiniicce.ssaiy. Dcieneeil was IS years
of age and Is survived by her husband
and several chlldicu.
LICENSE WILL NOW
BE GIVEN TO COURT
Miss Hclcnc DcLong and Dewitt
Tewksbury Aie Wedded Without
AN EASY TIME
Another Dan Devoid ol Lawless
ness In Both the Upper and
PEW CALLS MADE
ON THE TROOPS
"They Draw Well."
Morris' Magnet Cigars $
Th best "aluc for 5 cents.
Trv one and jou will smoke no
All the loading In amis of lie.
clprnrs at J1.73 per box, or 0 for 25c.
Tho lnrpest vmlety ot Pipc.3 and
Tobaccos In town.
Mls llcleno DcLong was man led to
Dewitt Tewksbuiy ycstciday morning
at tho home of the bride's aunt, Mis.
McDonald, of 12S Hildgc htieet. Brook-
ln, X. Y., by How William Hamilton,
p.istor of the Yoik Stiect Methodist
church or that city.
After tiie outcome of Tuesday's hear
ing In the Injunction case, the oung
people determined to be nmriled es
teiday, the day they had fixed for the
eent, injunction or no Injunction.
With Miss DeLong's mother they went
to the residence of her gi.nulmother at
Hast Market street and Dickson ave
nue, Green nidge, after the heating,
where it was decldpd to go to Biookljn
and bo married at the home of Mis.
DeLong's sister. The bride and gioom
and Mis. DoLong stepped -Into a car
riage and weie driven to Pittston,
whoie they got aboaid a Lehigh Valley
train and that night ai lived in Now
Yesterday morning, after the neces
saiy prellmlnailes had been disposed of,
the niairlage ceremony was peifoimed,
and Mr. and Mis. Tewksbuiy staited on
their wedding torn.
The fuither hearing In the injunction
case will take pi. ice at '1 o'clock this
afternoon, when Attoinevs Harding and
Ualentlnc will sui tender the license,
over which there has been such contro
veisy. Jir. DeLong is not loslgned to
the turn aff.ilt.s have taken, and to one
of his f i lends josteul.iy he cxptessed
his intention of squaring up with
In No Instance Wore They Required
to Suppiess Disorder Cavalry Wns
Out Twice to Escoit Non-Union
Men and the Eighth Regiment
Sent a Company to Austin Heights
in Anticipation of nn Outbreak.
Mass Meeting of Strikers nt Bolle
vue Is Addiessod by National and
District Officers of the United Mine
Peace again reigned In the Lacka
wanna legion, ycstciday. Xo set Inns
lawlessness was tpported fioin any
point and the soldiers found nothing to
do fuither than put In time on patiol
or outpost duty.
Lite Tuesday nlirht Hie wns iIIkiuv.
oi ed nt the home of a non-union man
at Wlnton. A squad of soldleis under
Lieutenant Davis, of Company L. who
weie on dutv nt Wlnton extinguished
the blaze. The 111 c was piobalily of
Incendlaiy oilgln. Oil-soaked faggots
weie found plied ngalnst the building
at the point wheie the (lames staited.
Pour men from Company C were sent
out fiom the detail at the Raymond
collleiy, Tuesday e Piling, to escoit a
company emploje who was sent to in
spect a dam on SuniNe cieek which
ptotects the mliip fiom being Hooded.
On the way back a foielgner with a
shot gun was met on tho load. He
piotested that he was returning1 fiom
a hunt for wild ducks, and as his state
ment seemed to be eiaclous the sol
dleis allowed him to go bis way.
A little faithcr down tho load the
squad met a man who warned them
that they had better keep their neic
screw rd up If they continued along that
road, as there was a crowd waiting
for them nt the railroad crossing. Not
wishing to take the chances of an am
buscade tho quartette of soldiers and
the company Vinployo, descended the
Archhald pot hole dropped through tho
tiitp door which leads Into the Ray
mond wen kings nnd walked two tulles
tindergiotind to the shaft, where they
Were hoisted to tho smfneo. For nlost
of tho, distance they waded thiough
water nearly up (,o their knees.
The dam which they visited Is In
spected dally by the lonipany. Some
thne ago thcie was a cavc-ln which
extended across the bed of the creek.
The company built the dam to change
tho course of tho stieain nnd prevent
tho water from teaching the workings
thtough the cave-In. Lust week the
dum was blown up with dynamite. It
the Lackawanna colliery nt Peckvllle.
13m ly this moinlug stones weie
tin own nt a gtotlp of soldleis stationed
at tho Ontatlo ami Western depot. In
Olyphant, One ot the stones lilt a sol
dier, but did not Injure him. The sol
diers fiturlcd In the dhcctlou whence
the stones came, but could not (Ind any
A crowd of strlkcis In a saloon at Jcs
sup got Into a fight among themselves
nt midnight and some shots weie tiled.
This In ought a detail of Mildlcifi to the
eccuo anil n man with a revolver was
The councllmcn of Wlnton borough
waited on the bpiough solicitor, James
J, O'Malloy, ycstciday, and dhectcd
him to enter a complaint with Colonel
Wntrea regarding the conduct of the
soldiers who nre despatched to that
locality, According to the councllmcn,
Captain Frank M. Vanillins Taking His Morning Dip.
was ippaiied befoie much water got
Into the mines, but as the stieain has
been gieatly swollen by the i.ilns, o
ti.t piecautlon must bo taken to pre
serve the dam.
TEW CALLS MADE.
Only two tails weie made on tho
Thirteenth jesterday for tioops and
both weio tesponded to by the tilieil
dau en will y. One was to escort some
non-union men fiom Thioop to the
Storis collleiy, and the other was to
estoi t some non-union men homo from
the soldleis drove men out of saloons
at tho point of tho bayonet and com
pelled pei sons silting on their fiont
poiches to go into their houses and
stay there. As mm tint law hns not
been pioelalmed, the borough fathers
deem these actions as umvnn anted.
Attorney O'Malloy laid tho matter be
foie Colonel Watres, and he said he
would investigate It.
Bilgade Commissary Camel on and a
detail ran up from Shenandoah yester-
Coutimtccl rn I'.igc G 1
E. C. MORRIS,
The Cigar Man.
325 Washington Avenue.
In and About
The Opening Dance.
The opening il.incp ot the I'nlque club
will be held in (Jneiiihey ball 1'ild.iy even
ing of this we.K
D., L. & W. Pay Days.
The emplo.ves of the Sei.mtoii olllce-i
wcic paid veMenliiv. The emplo.ves of sill
tho collkiics will be paid on Ba'.mduj.
This Morning's File.
Ai 1 o'clock this moinlns, u slight the
ocuiuicd at IS) r Cu-ick avenue in a tvvo
ntoiy fianie duelling owned by Panicle
Golden and occupied by Mike Komiinkl.
Held for Couit.
Cieoige Ttusli. of lll.ilr avenue, was
held In ') lull jc.sliiday b.v Alilcimali
Ruddy, chained wits assaulting and
tliiiMti'iihiR Kate Wvkofaky, of It.'J
Change at Scinnton House.
William 1'ibi, who ha, ln.cn a ileik at
the Senmton llmi-.o foi u number of
jcam, has acci ptcd a position at Dun h
hotel. He is Miccerdul hy I'.itiick Xca
lon, found l nt H.ickns' cafe.
Tor the Florence Mission. '
Mad.inio TlmlicMm.in Itiimlnlph and her
pupils will give a loiltnl at St. Lnku's
l'.ulsli liniisc, Uctobir H, fm- tho lit wilt
of tho I'loHMU'o ml.sslim. Among those
who will asHt aio .Mis. Homy iluuly
and Sllbs (iiaco Spomei
Assaulted His Wife.
Mis. Muiy llienuan, tho moihci of nf.
tten chllchen, hud her liiMiiinil, .Inlm, i-i-l.ilgned
lipfoio Alileiman Itmlily iMir
day on tho things of assault and Kiltiry
Tho family lebldo in litccu's hum and
bavo had fliqueiit qimiiels, When tin,
nldeiman lolvlmd them to kiss and nt.ikn
up they did, and tho caso was ilihinlsaed
Alex. Biyden's Fiomotion,
AIpmiihIci Hijdin, ot 1 mumiiic, has
liven iicmoteil to he consulting engineer
for tho HniisjlMiniii i,, lompiiiiy ami
tlio HHii-ldo Coal anil lion company. Hu
bus been for sonic ilmc a mining engineer
la thu employ of thu I'eiitiHvlviuilu com
lany, Call Neuffei, ol Dimmoic, and II,
L. YeweiiH, of this ill,, mU) been ap.
pointed mining engincci.s for thu Pemi.
MlvunU and Hillbldo companies, icspcc
STATION AGENT GONE.
M. A. Lyman, of Moscow, Disap
peared Yesteiday Taking $300
in Checks and $75 in Cash.
M. A. Lyman, aged CO years, who
for tho last seven yeais has been the
station agent for tlio Delawaie, L.ick.i
v.tnnn and Western Itailioad company
at Moscow, dls.ippe.ued eaily jesloi
day nf let noon, taking with him about
$.100 In checks and 3S7J in cash belong
ing to the company, and leaving be
hind him the audltois of both tlio
freight and passenger depat tnieuts
busily engaged, it Is believed, In look
ing foi alleged shottases.
The fi eight auditor ai lived at ".HO
o'clock jcsteiday morning and began
an examination of Lyman's books. The
passenger auditor ai lived about noon
and made an appointment to meet tlio
station agent alter dinner. L.v man left
for home about 12.30 o'dock and after
dinner took off his blue unlfoim coit
and lepl.iiPd It with one of oidlnary
cut, announcing to his wife that ho
Intended (ailing on fi lends.
The last seen or him lie was walking
past the Moscow school house, going In
the dhcctlou of Scinnton. When lie
did not put In an appearance at the
htatlon the audlloi.s made Inquliles,
and thus the news or his tlh appeal anco
was hpiend about. As soon as the gos
hip was spiend mound the town sev-
cial vnuug men uimoumcd that they
hail henid shots early in tlio nftetnoon
in tlio woods near the school house.
This led ninnv to believe that Lyman
had committed suicide and a huge
Koaicltlng party was oiganlcd last
night to hcnich for Ills body, Tho
niPinbets of tho piuty aimed thoin
helvcs with lanterns and scutched
about the woods, but no ttaco of Ly
man inula ho dlscovcicd, The stoiy
that I. Milan lias shut himself is prob
ably not turn, because he took neither
or ids two ii'vohoi.s villi him, leaving
one at tho htatlon and the other at his
Tito audltois finished their PMiinlnu
tlon or Lyman's accounts at ," o'cloik,
but i erased to make public their (hid
ings. A rumor vat, allo.it, however, to
the eficct that they hail illscuveied ti
hhoitage of over $1,000.
! 30-STAM PS--30
WITH A DOLLAR PURCHASE AT OUR A
2 ureat 3 Days
M mXm vw
, n . ,
rKiuft. 3Aiuuir, tuuiNunr, ui. 3, 4, o. 1 ne unssttiea condition 01 iraae inauces us to
offer extraordinary bargains to our customers. Cut out the coupon attached to the bottom of this "Adv."
I Q reat Sale of
With tomorrow morning, wc will begin a great sale of these
1 housekeeping necessities nt prices much bslow regular figures.
Head tho following carefully.
ft lltiUACHKU Lixn.v.
g M-lncli, Sole Pilco rc.
g r.S-lneh, Sale Pi Ice Hu.
V "J-lncli, Snip Pilco 4',c.
5 ?Mnch, Hnle I'llce Mc.
3C (it-Inch, Sale Pilco r,ic.
C5 US-liicli, Snip Pilco ii'ic.
5 "il-lnch, Sale Pilco S'ic.
C2 TO-tnch, Sale Pilco $!.!'
SC "Much, Sale Pilco I.r,
Cs TJ-lncli, Halo I'llce 1 S3
NAPKINS to match all riao
?5 rxnLHACtinD linuns.
0 rill-Inch, Sale Pilce L'llc.
Xi Dblnch, Sale I'llic '."le.
0X riS-lncli, Silo Pi Ice I.'c.
to IrMneh, Sale Piltc I"e,
l.J-lnch, Sale Pilco ,Vie.
W -.'-Ineh, Snlc I'llce 'Jii.u.
TMucli, Sale Pi leu l.)c.
KXTRA SPKCIAL VALIT138 IX
oniuiAN siLvnn uiiiiAcnr.D
(H-lnch, Sale Pilce l."c.
70-Inch, Sale Price i,JlAc.
Sl'i:CIAL-MIII Hud Ilem
nnuts of J'lnc Diitiinsk:
lengths of i'. 2 and 3
yatds. Dining tills Sale, at
per yaid 4.'c.
18-Inch Pleached and t'n
bleaehed Cotton Clash, Sale
I'llce. per yaid "',Ap.
All l.lnen Cutsiips, In biiih
lib ached and blown, at Silu
lluck-lTxIJ, Halo Pilcn He.
aixin. Sale t'llco I2'4c
2i)xin, Sale Pilco We.
2lxL Sale Pilco 17Wc
2-'l.', Sale I'rlco S2,iC.
Hotter glades at pioportlonato
Special values In Dnmnsk Towels
fiom lJ',ic. up.
rubleached Musllun In all of tho
Our He. lliand. Sale Pilce' .... 4V4c
Our 7c. litnml, Sain Pilce .... niC
Our Sc. Uiand. Sale nice .... fee.
llloathed Sc. lltand, Sain I'rlco Gc,
lllll, Kiult of the Loom, Lons
dale, etc. Sale Price 7c.
Sheeting and Pillow Caso Mus
lins lit all widths of Dwlght, litlca
and Lockwood biands, both
bleached and unbleached, at gieat
ly lednced in Ices,
SlllCiriS AND PILLOW CASUS.
In nil giailcs of Muslins, wot thy
or consldeiatlon, Tor cample:
Tnbleached Sheets ot I'lno
JliiHlln. 2i',2H. yntds. Salo
I'ubleaehed Sheets of I'lno
Muslin, 2'jn2'j jaitls. Salo
Ciochet and Maisellles at tho
following Salo Pilees:
VJc, J1.12J4. Jl.11. SIM, $1,6S, $1.79.
J I. JO, U23, $J.89.
P. flcConnell & Co.
The Satisfactory Store
400-402 Lackawanna Ave,
A Pntsonngo Wedding.
On Tuesday nfteinoon, at the paisnu
Bge or tho I'eim Avpiiiio Ilaptlst chinch
on Mlfllln avenue, I'ciiy S. Thoni.iw, of
-J faouth JlMlo PaiU avenue, and Mls
acittndo A. I'enue, of O.'t 1'iluk uticot.
weio united in nmiihige, Itev. l)r H, K
, Pleito nfllcliiliiig, Thu blldo was at
tiled In n cadet blue tiavellng dicss, with
11.it to mutch, and was unattended Tho
joung peoplo aiu well kniiwn on tho West
Bldo and received tho happy loagiatula
lo is of many rUcmlH. After a bilcf wed
ilhiB tour they win u-suio la Uydo Paik.
Only 300 Gold Necklaces Yet Remain
for Distilbution at Scht lever's.
A few- days of pleasant weather will
lihuust tho supply. U,,,g the ohll
jren without delay, o Insure "gun
llsjppolntment. " ,,
Take Thioop or Carbondalo 'car for
joldlcri' camp at Olyphant.
Nntluin H, Ucmdslco, picsldeut nf the
Xiitlonnl Salt company, and 1'iank V.
McDeiiiiott weie Tuohday appointed te
lelvem of that company by Chaucpllor
Mngec, of New Jeisoy, Tho headquar
teis of tho company nie located In tho
Council building, this city.
Chimin ey H. Htiickland, one of tho
New Yntk stockholdeis, Is the peti
tioner, and ho alleges tho company Is
insolvent, the liabilities being inoio
than $1,000,000, and tho assets $S50,000,
The company was oiganlzed in 1S?3
with it capital stock of $12,000,000, of
which $7,000,000 piefeited and $3,000,
000 common stock,
Take Out yea car to see Klghth tegl
incut at Durjeu.
POR THE COMING TERM,
Ibulng the Hut week of cilmlnnl
touit, which opens next Monday, Judge
1). O. Novwomh will piehldu In tho main
cuuit mom. Judge II, M. Kd wauls In
No. i and Judgo (icnige Feirls, of Lu
zcine, In No. 3. Judge John V. Kelly
will be In the mala cnuit loom dining
the Ihht week, uud Judge New comb in
No. 2. The third Judgo has not yet been
detei mined upon.
Tho WladlttluAv Kuostuuowit7. minder
ens'i heads the list for the second week,
which has 339 cubes on It, many of
j which are of gteat importance.
Dress Goods Department
Floieiitino Taffetas, all sjlk, 20 shades Slic
'"honey's Casluneic Taffetas,. 25 now lolors 7,'c
New Clan Plaid Silks 75c. to $1.00
.Cicpe Granite Silks, Cnoney $1.00 goods 7:ic
Soft Lustie Pe.iu de Sole, Cheney's $1.00 special., "re
Hhuk Taffeta Silks (Bannei). y.ud-wlde S1.00
Haskell's high giado lilnck Taffetas, giuiian-
teed 79c, S5c, 05c, $1.25
Yni d-w ido Silks $1.50
nuin-piooC Black T.titetaa. 21-inch $1.25
llnin-pipol lil.uk Taffotar, aid-wide $1.50
Now Panne Velvets, full Minor finish $1 L3
Gtanites, Pluinottos and Satin Finish Mixtures;
3"e value 25c
75c Diess (Joods V.tlups in Cltcvlots, Wlilpcoids,
Ilentiettas, Ciuuites and liabket Weaves;
Homespun Suitings, 50 inch, 75c y.iluo 50c
Venetians, all colot.s tailor weight 50c
Illuminated Itaskot C.unel'.s Hair Mlxttuos 50c
50 huh Ht'skct Suitings, navy and bl.uk 75c
Venetians, blue and giey uiKtuies, 50 Inches 75o
Poplliii-, Ariuutes, Lte, $100 value 75c
Melton Skirtings, giey iniMuiPS, 05c value 75c
Fiench Uioadclotli, shiunken llnlsli, $150 value. ..$1.11)
Shnikslvitis, Mehosp, Piuuellos, lite, S1.25 value... $1.00
Heavy Shiunken Tailor Suitings, with dash of
?00 heavy I'edohltlan Skiitingh, $2.00 aluo $1.50
Black Utoiade Satin, 10 Inch 29c
Black Melton Skirtings, value $1.00 75c
Black 45-ini'h Cheviot, value l!5c , 50c
Black 50-luih Cheviot, value 05c 75c
Bl.uk Shiunken Tailor Cheviot $1,00
Black Thibet Cheviot, soft and heavy, $1.50 value.. $1.21
Black Basket, Pebbles and Annul oh r9
Black Heavy Haul Finish Whlpiotd, 50 Inches.... U5c
Blade Fancy Skh lings, Mohair llguie, $1,50 value. $1.00
Black PiunellcaiHl Pe.iu de Sole, $1,50 value $1.25
Ill.uk SliiiiukPii Venetian, $1.75 value $l.no
Black Heavy Belgian Twill, $2.25 value $1,75
Black Mohair Basket Canvas Weave (,;
Black Panne Finish Bioadcloths $i.r,o
Blink Bedfotd Welt Silk and Wool $,ro
Imitation Woi.sted Walstlngs 1,-,.
Woven Tucked Wuhstings, all coiois 25o
All Wool Jersey Tiliot, cliolio .slmdca 25u
Silk Stilpc Piunell Walstlngs roc
Now White Silk Stilpu Bcdfoid Coul 7ju
Bcautltul McicPtUed Blended Stilpes ',rm
Fleece Dick White and Fancy 1'lipie 75c to $1,00
Cordutoy, good grade, all slimlcs gou
Best Heavy Wide Welt Coidutoy 7,-)C
12'. c, Fist Black Pcicallne nc
r.c. Fast Black Percallno ip.0
lbc Fast Black I'eualliic jp,0
S'ic, Mciceii.ul Sateens, all 1 (ileus 25u
12'tc, Slitunkeii Canviih Uuck iou
,c IVicalluc, 25 shades.
20c Ilaitcy Black and Uiey Waist Linings,.,,
Cambilu Skirt Linings , ,
Blankets and Comforts
Giey Ul.inkets, 11-1
Tine Giey Blankets, 11-1
Himctidula AU-Wool BlunketH
lloncwlalc AINWikiI Blankets, 11-1
Fine Ltugi' Control ts ,., $1.00,
00c, 75c, 83c, $1,3, $.',L5
(All Filled with Puic White Cotton.)
Men's 50o Flecco-Llnui Underwear,.,,, 30Q
Men's 75c Fleece-Lined Underwear 490
Men's Natuiul Wool I'udciwuar coU'
.Men's Heavy All-Wool I'udetwear $1.00
Men's Fine Light Wool Underwear $1,00
:!0e Cie.tin Table Dnmnsk 23c
40c Cic.iin Tabic Damask 35c
fi.ic Cie.itu Table Damask 50c
79c Ci cam Table Damask CSc
M 00 Cip.-im Table Damask S9c
X1.2" Cioani Table Damask $100
C"ic Snow Wltite Linens 55c
!0i' Snow White Linens 75c
M.25 Snow White Linens S1.00
Tieeel's $1.50 Snow White Linens $1.25
Itecd's $.'.00 Snow White Linens $1.50
need's $2.50 Snow White Linens $2.00
Pino Linen Napkins 7uc
Pino Linen Napkins, laige slye $1.00
Pine Linen Napkins, ;i-4 sle $1.25
Pino Linen Napkins, laige slyo $1.50
Double Da mask Napkins $2.00
Double Damask Napkins, huge heavy $::.00
Sil vol Bleached Napkins $1.25
Silver Bleached Napkins, huge heavy $1.50
Bargains in Domestics
lie Shaker Pl.uiucl Ic
Sc. (Mi tings G'jC
inc. Outings S'ic
Best Double Fleeced Outings 10c
Best Dulibttdgo Apt on Ginghams Cc
Host Indigo Rluo Pilots 5c
Best 10e. wld" Old-fashioned Calico fco
(i'jc. Blown Muslin lie
!c Blown Muslin C'ic
7Hc. Good Bleached Muslin Co
V.e. Best Blenched Muslin 7c
Best Beikuly c.unlnlu 9c
Ben Lottsihilo C'ambilc He
Best Lockwood U-luch Pillow Casing He
Best Lockwood 4'-lnch Pillow Casing 12u
Best Lickwood lS-lucli Pillow Casing i;ic
Best Lockwood 51-lncli Pillow Casing lie
Be.,! Lockwood S-l Sheetings 17u
Best Lockwood 9-1 Sheetings Wi
liest Lockwood 10-1 Slicetlug.i 21c
Bleached Loikwood 12-iiieli Pillow Casing l"c
Bleulieil Lmkwood -15-inch Pillow Casing lUc
Bleached Lockwood 50-lni h Pillow Casing 14c
Blc,iih"d Loikwood 51-inch Pillow Casing 15c
Bleulieil Lockwood S-l Slteetlugs l!lc
Bleached Lockwood 9-4 Sheetings 21c
Blcnilud Lockwuod 10-1 ShcetiugH 23c
New (ii.inlic Fancy Strlpo Walstlngs I0u
New riaiinelletos, J00 stIcs, lull y.ud-wlde 12'. o
Blue Stilpc See.HUckeis 5'ic
Hates' SeeiMickeis and Best Giugliains 10c
Polka Dot Duck Skirtings Si
10c Good Ticking , h,..
Best Biuo Stilpc Featlicr Ticking J2ti
Faiuy Stilpo Hxtia Heavy TMcIiik liic
.0c. Best Geiiitau Fancy Stilpo Ticking 13c
Mention's Talcum Powder, 20c for 14c
Sewing Machine OH, lfm for,.,,, ,,,, Sc
Cuff I'lotectois, washnble, 25c for Dc
Fcather-Stitch Braid, 12c for be; 15c tor 10,
Skeleton Cpll.li Fonns, 12c for ,,,, So
15u Bilstlo Tooth Blushes , 10c
25c Caaliiiieie Boiptet Soap 20c
Gciinantown Yams, Lion Brand , ,,t Cu
Sliotlnud Floss, Lion Uiund, Sc skein U for $1.00
Jllses' So Pine Linen llandkoichlcfs ,, 5o
Men's 15c Puie Linen llnndkct chiefs too
Ladles' lSu Flno L'mbioldcted Ilandkeichlets 12Ac
$1,.'"i Fast Black Meiccrlzed Ulllluellus ,,, 95o
$2.00 Fine Silk Gloila Umbiellns , $j,50
1'mluellas, fust black, steel tod, Paiagou fiaino,,, 39c
final and Jet Beads, new designs , ,,,, 500
Good Amcilcau Pins , zc
Best American 8c Pius , , 5c
Pillow Tops and Cords
A new line has just arrived. The pick of the Fall Styles.
Easily the largest and finest line on exhibition in Scranton.
Pi ices lower than elsewhere, 'fhone us about Reno vat lug
Carpets and Mattresses. . '
SCRANTON BEDDING CO,
F A, KAISER, Manager,
Lackawanna unci Adams.
If YOU Want HI A Mf for Cash oM-xfusj
The Best ST IxTLl J Payments. Call on
JL JLxjLI r Payments. Call on
N. A. HULBERT,
117 Wyoming Avenue
Vaiious Makes of Pianos at
struments Taken in Exchange.
All Prices. Old In-
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or One Week Only
In order to introduce our $2.00 Hat, we
are offering for one week only, this hat at
We guarantee this hat to be the equal of
any $2.50 hat in Scranton. The latest
shapes in both Derby and Soft Hats.
412 Spruce St,
309 Lackawanna Ave.
The Color in Every Hat We Sell Is Guaranteed.
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Cut Out This Coupon
Present at our office,
purchase $1,00 worth of
goods or more am! you
will receive 30 stamps.
October 3, 4, 6.
MEARS & HAQEN.
Wears & Hagen j
416 and 417 Lackawanna Ave
3tn '""it jla''Hi hi il'tiirfi' it fi. t' ( fitiiimwiriiT i rtt
AND MOST COMPLETE
LINE IN THE CITY.
Everything that is
new everything that
is desirable. Be sure
and see our line and
get our prices before
Hill & Connell, was,!s2t
Nothing Too Ura or Too Smiil to Be Covered witli
Ehret's Slag Roofing
GUARANTEED 10 YEARS.
WARREN-EHRET COMPANY. I
, , , ,
321 WASHINGTON AVE.
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