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THE SCR ANTON TUD3UNE-FUIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1902.
The News of
WILL BE OPPOSED.
Contractor Killeen's Dill Likely to
, Strike n Sn'dg hi Common Council
Next Monday Night.
The 1)111 of Contractor Thomas KM
leon, for $t,700 for surface sewers, Is
'likely to strike n RtroiiRcr hiiub I" com
mon council, Momlny iilulit, limn II
did In select council, lit Its meetlne; lust
Moutlny, . t,
Last night, nl the meeting or the
llnuncc committee. I'rcslduiit .Musteis,
of common council, served notice that
lie would object, strenuously If neces
unry, to the imyment of the hill. This
fllnlni was tnken from the street 00111
vnlttee's hand by select council on
Monday ulRlit. and wns ordered 1111I1I,
though President Davis registered n
vigorous kick. He Insisted that the
work whs not done properly, and that
the. hill should have been llrst consid
ered by the finance committee. It was
In the llnanee committee's hands, but
was referred to the street committee,
from whence It was taken by select
council and ordered paid.
At last night's mcelliiK Mr. Masters
attacked the claim In-so-fnr as It cov
ered the Uelniiinl street surface sewer.
This Improvement, he churned, -was
most Imperfectly done. The sections of
pipe were not .jointed, there was Hilt''1
or no cement used, and the pipe was
not laid at Its moiier depth. At the
outlet It was liiifhi-r than the middle,
i.r the beejnniniv of the sewer. Allo
nyther the work was poorly done, and
In the sprlnjr tlieiv would be danger of
cousKlerahlc ilnmnge. For these rea
sons, he was In favor of retaining a
portion of the Sl.TCin. until It could be
seen thai the city was not likely to
suffer. .Mr. Davis, who also Inspected
the work, concuned In Mr. Master's
Mr. Humphrey, who was chairman of
I lie meeting, agreed with Mr. Masters,
thnt If the allegations he made be true
that a portion of the money should be
It was expected that the bill for pro
fessional services In connection with
the Thoinp.-'on small-pox eases, laid
over at an earlier meeting, after u hoi
discussion, would come up. hut It was
THE "SPORTS" WALLOPED.
Dunclaffors Get Trounced by the
The "Dundafi" Sports" were walloped
nt Alumni park yesterday afternoon
by the Cottage Juniors. The game was
Interesting, but the "Sports" were not
in it, and the Juniors won out by a
score of 1G to 0.
The line-up for the Sports was: Bo
land, right end; linker, right guard;
Murphy, center: Holand, left guard;
Qtliun, left tackle; Tierney. ciiarter
baek; Connor, right half back; I.an
gau, full hack; Kane, left half back.
For tho Juniors it was: Noalon, left
end; Munition, left tackle: Fadgln,
lefl guard: Breiiiw.i, center; Mc
laughlin, right guard: Lennon, right
4 tickle: Kerins, right end; Hart, qunr
erbaek; flerrity, right half back; Cook,
left half back; Connelly, full back.
Whirlwinds and Cyclones.
The DundtilT Street Whirlwinds were
worn defeated by the Cyclone foot ball
team at Alumni park yesterday by the
score of 6 to 0. The playing' was very
loose. Oeorge Cuff, Hart and Scott
took about all the honors there were
no more to spare.
THE ONLY NICK CAB.TEH.
Patrons of the Grand See Him in the
"Pupho," by the Katherlne ltoher
company, which lias been anticipated
since the opening of the week's plays,
will be produced toiilj'hr at the Grand.
Miss ltoher will he in the lending role.
She has sufliclontly recovered from the
attack of tonsllltls which has kept her
from the theater for two nights, and
A SKW TEXT.
Coffee works In many different and
unsuspected ways. Mr. K. I.. Wesson,
pastor of Baptist church of Hindis,
"1 loved coffee from my infancy, and
never knew of It hurting me mull I was
.'13 years old. I suffered with 'headaches
if forced to do without it, nud some
times used it three times u day, but
huidaehe hnd been one of the ills of
our family, and therefore r thought it
was mi Inherited evil for which coffee
was a special remedy, but about nine
years ago I began to suffer from sleep
lessness, which continued until It
seemed us If my nerves would wreck
for want of sleep, and yet I could not
"A friend suggested that I quit coffee
except for breakfast, which T did, mid
to found that 1 could sleep a little
hotter, but my headaches continued,
and my nervous system would some
times seem as If the very fibres of my
llesh were moving within mo, It went
Vrtf until three years ago I began to
suffer at night with an Itching sensa
$111 on my limbs below my knees and
UU." m' arms below the elbows, and
rmnetlmcs all over my body, but there
StJs no eruption on the skin; the llesh
j-ys smooth and white. 1 consulted sev
eral good physicians, hut with no avail.
;jI had no Idea that the coffee I drank
Uvthe morning' caused it, but finally
decided to stop coffee for awhile, and
fry 1'ostum Food Coffee. Wife made It
according- to directions, so that I liked
Ifequnlly as well as coffee. I had no
Idfca that it would relievo tho awful
Itching deep down In my llesh, but
thought I would try It to see if there
was any virtue In It, t had used It only
afew days, when I discovered that tho
Hflilng wan not so severe. When 1 had
flpftd it ten days, my wife said, 'What
huHhe mutter with you? Ton du not
etm to bo troubled with that itching
sensation.' I told her that I did not
know what was tho cause, but I knew
that I was not troubled with the Itch-Jng-
any more and was thankful for It.
VI then went over to preach in un
rulier town, and while there drunk some
sitong- coffee, and the itching returned.
When I camo back home, I commenced
iTstng- Postum again, and the itching
ceased. Then I decided that coffee in
sortie way produced the itching. I drink
postum three times a day, land rest as
well as I ever rested, and never have
headaches any more. I believe that
lumdreds of preachers who suffer from
indigestion, nervousness nnd, worry,
Vpuld find rest'and health If they would
quit, cpffee,. ami ust; I,ost,ui'n. -, ,- .- i
will positively appear.' The tiiannge
ment gives thin assurance.
Last night u chapter from the life of
N'lck Carter, tin; hero of no many live
cent novels, was presented before a
good-sized audience. Nick was out
West among a band of countci fellers
and other bad men of the wild and
woolly section of our groat country.
Like In the lurid tales of him, which
keep many u lad awake until the lone
ly hours of the morning, Nick was In
nil sorts of tight places and hnd many
it narrow escape from a terrible fate,
not the least of which was being blown
to smithereens by a guttling gun. lint
Nick, with the charmed life that he
has, hud a trusty friend In "Heckles
Nell," who like "Chuck" Connors was
Johnny-on-the-spot, with n brace of
nl.v-shootcrs. At the end, Nick was
"Johnny," and the gallery gods went
MttS. KLICCTA M. SNVDEH, relict
of tho late Henry Snyder, succumbed
Tuesday night nt the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. tleorge Ackcnnan, No.
HI Lincoln avenue. Her health was frail
for several years. Two weeks ago iho
was taken with grip and weakened
steadily until death came.
Mrs. Snyder, in passing away, Joins
the notably large number of tho eaily
residents of Carbondale who have re
cently entered in eternal sh;ep. For
over threescore and ten years her home
was In tins Pioneer city. She came to
Carbondale seventy-two years ago, over
twenty years befoie the village became
a city, and she had slnie lived here.
Her birthplace was Hridgcwater, Sus
quehanna county, where she was born
on January "I, INL'7. She came to Car
bondale three years later. Her parents
were Stephen and Mercy Marsh.
Mrs. Snyder was among the oldest
members of the First Methodist church,
of which she was a faithful daughter.
Her life was marked by true Christian
charity and piety, and the gentle in
tluence she exerted was felt among a
wide circle of friends. Her wedded life
was singularly happy and l cached Its
climax in the golden anniversary,
which was celebrated about six years
ago, just prior to the deatli of her hus
band. Iter survivors are her daughter, Mrs.
George Ackerman, 'with whom she
lived; two sisters, Mrs. Joseph Isger
and Mrs. P. K. P.argor, of Carbondale;
and one brother, Hiram Marsh, of
The funeral will be private, but
friends who desire to take their fare
well of tho deceased can do so Satur
day, between 10 and 1- a. m. Services
will he at the Ackerman residence, Sat
urday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. A.
F. Chaffee will officiate. Interment will
he in Maplcwood cemetery.
.TAJIKS CAMPBELL died Wednesday
night at the home, of Mrs. Julia "White,
at Wlilte's crossing, where he had been
ill for the past three weeks. Ho came
from New York city, and hnd been In
frail health for a long time. He was
-.", years of age. The deceased had no
The funeral will take place this morn
ing, the procession leaving the house at
O.1.". A high mass of requiem will be
sung in St. Hose church, and burial will
be In St. Hose cemetery.
Time of Funerals.
The funeral hour of the late Miss
Mary Shannon has been changed to 10
o'clock. The procession will leave the
residence on Washington street at this
hour for St, Hose church, where a mnss
of requiem will he sung. Burial will be
in St. Hose cemetery.
The funeral of the late Owen Finney,
of Dundaff, who died of acute Bright's
disease on Wednesday, will take place
at 10 o'clock Saturday morning from his
late home. Services will bo in the Epis
copal church at Dundnff. Burial will
be In the Dundaff cemetery.
A NEW FACTORY.
Manufacturers of Shirts to Locate in
Tt is likely that a branch shirt and
overall factory will be Immediately
located in Carbondale. The matter ot
a suitable building at reasonable rental
seems the only thing In tho way.
Alperin & Halpln are the manufac
ture! s. Their main factory is in Scian
lon, tin t it Is inudequnto to the de
mands, carbondale Is regarded with
favor, and the factory owners, after
looking over the city yesterday, prac
tically decided to come here. One of
the several places In view will likely be
accepted. They haye already advertised
for one hundred girls and have received
a sutllclent number of applicants. Tho
factory will he welcomed to Carbon
dale. WILL PLAY BINGHAMTON.
Indians to Go on Wnr Path After
Parlor City High School,
Manager J. Hussell Jones will take
the Carbondale Indians to Illughamtnn
tomorrow, with the hope of returning
with tho foot ball scalps of the High
School team of tho Parlor city.
This will be the Indians' llrst game
this season and advantage will be taken
of every opportunity and detail to make
tho beginning successful. Tho strong
est line-up of the Indians will face the
Illnghamtoii braves. The team will
leave hero on the Frle flyer at y.JJI Sat
A Flashlight Party,
A tlashllgnt party was held at tho homo
of Miss Bessie Monm on South Main
street Monday evening. Dancing was tho
principal pastime, Ucfreslimeuts wero
serveil tho uuests nailed after Kiipmllii--
a pleasant evening.
Change of Residence,
Mr. and Mis. Edward J. Henley, who
have been living oa Dundaff street since
their marriage several mouths ago, are
now pleasantly located In a suite of looms
III tin' (Hill black on Park place.
Advanced to Forelady.
Miss Mao Itutan has ueicptod ii posi
tion us fotelady in lliu Emplrti SHI; mill
III tliu position until lately occupied by
Miss Minnie Martin, who has left hero for
her homo hi Hawley.
Ilex. Nicholson's Mishap.
Rexford Nicholson, ot Belmont street,
had his llttlo linger smashed while at his
work in the locomotlvu shops yesterday
morning. Ho will bo Incapacitated for a
number of duys.
Need Move Room.
The business of tho Cross Engineering
company, tho bead of which la (jeorgo W.
Cross, of iJiuvcl street, 1ms grown ho
that more room is ucded, besides what Is
offorfd In the plant In a poitlon of tho
Von Bergen company's plant, 't'o meet
the growing needs two lots on upper Dim
day street hnvo been purchased from
Charles Cnvainiunli and James Chine.
There Is a frontage of Ino feet with a
depth of tM reel. Tho html Is contiguous
to Urn Delaware ami Hudson yards, thus
affording acceptable shifting facilities.
The plans for tho plant liuVe 1ml been
made, as yet, but will bo made very soon,
AMONG THE TRAINED NURSES.
Miss Devls Is employed at the Clark
lesldenco on Tcrraco street where Mem
bers ot lliu family inn III of typhoid fever.
Miss Katherlne tlllhool Is at Basque
liiinua attending a patient.
Miss Agatha Dwyer is at tho homo of
Henry Kennedy on South Main street,
where Misses Kiithryn and liildget Ken
nedy aro recording from a serious at
tack of typhoid fover.
Miss .Scurry Is caring for Harry Wil
liams who has been critically III ot ty
phoid but Is now on tho road to recov
ery. Rnllrond Men Change Positions.
John Morilson, of Dundaff street, a
foreman on the Delaware and Hudson,
has returned from a two months' stay In
VoutiKstown, O. During his absenco Mr.
Morrison laid proiltnblo employment on
one of the trunk lines that enters 11m
bustling Ohio steel mill town. Bert Gol
den, ii Uoti ware and Hudson brakenniu,
left yesterday over the Eric for Pittsburg,
to lake a position on ouu ot the roads
there until the rottl strike Is settled.
Interesting Meeting Expected.
The regular monthly business meeting
of the Kpworlh league will be held 111
Watt's hall this evening, at ."o o'clock. A
literary programme has been arranged
which will stall promptly at S. Hev. C.
C. (ielalt. of Clifford, will give an address
on "Deeper Water.". An thW In tho llrst
social held In some time a largo attend
ance Is earnestly desired. A collection will
he taken to do fray expenses,
Moving to Wilkes-BaiTC.
Mrs. Alfred Fladd, of Tenth iiveniin,
who hits been a resident of this city for
seveiiil years. Is removing to Wllk'es
liaiTo where she will make her home.
THE PASSING- THRONG.
Mis, Mllo Gardner left ycsterda to visit
friends at I'alon City, Pa.
John Byrne, of New York city, who
spent the summer nt Ills foiiuer home in
Carbondale. leturned yesterday to resume
Miss Janet MeMullen, now a trained
nurse In Xew York city, who was called
hero by tho death of her father, the late
Poor Director James McMillan, returned
to her duties yesterday.
Miss Bertlne llunsecker has entered
Wells' school at Aurora, N. Y. The
Philadelphia school, which she Intended
to enter, sho found did not embrace the
higher studies, hence tho change.
JEK M YN-MAYFIELD.
The funeral of Gertrude Annie, tho
child ot Mr. and Mrs. Pendred, took
place yesterday afternoon. Services were
held at tho home of the child's grand
parents by Hev. 1. K. Hroilhead, rector
of St. James church. There were several
beautiful floral gifts. The pall bearers
were: Frank Loughney. Frank Bennett,
Thomas Hogarth, George Plzcr. and tho
flower bearers, Allen Smith and John
Green. Among those from out of town
who attended were .Mr. and Mrs. Crellcn,
Mr. mid Mrs. ' Charles Connolly, Mr.
Powell, Mrs. Edwarcl, John and Burt
Powell and Mrs. Smith, of Scranton.
The East Siilo Indians defeated a scrub
team .calling themselves tho High School
Alumni, by a score of 12 to 0 yesterday
On account of Itev. ,T. E. Bedhead hav
ing to qtlieiilte at Salem, Wayne county.
on Sunday, there will bp no services in
St. James church. Sunday school will be
held la the morning at tho usual hour.
Miss Emma Pedriek, of the telephone
exchange, was visiting Olypliant friends
Mrs. Brodhead, of Second street, was a
Carbondale visitor Wednesday.
Tho Hev. Bishop Talbot will visit St.
James church next Wednesday evening,
for the purpose of administering the rite
of conllrmatlon. The service will com
mence at 7.:W o'clock.
William Depew, of Second street, lost
n valuable horse ye-terdny morning,
which died from colic.
The funeral of the Into Edwin Kings
ley was held from the family home, on
Fourth streel, Blakcly, yesterday after
noon. A brief service was conducted at
tho house, after which the remains wero
conveyed to the Blakely Baptist church.
Rev. David Spencer, D, D odlelatcd and
preached an earnest and impressive fu
neral sermon. Tho choir rendered several
beautiful hymns. At tho close of the
services the funeral procession moved to
T'nlnn cemetery, where burial was made.
The pall bearers were Charles Williams,
H. Williams. William I. Matthews.
Gcorgn E. Williams and William T.
John McGrau, of Scranton, was acnller
In town yesterday.
The Catholic Young Men's Total Absti
nence and Benevolent society have com
pleted arrangements for their entertain
ment, which will be given In the Father
Mathew opera hou-e tonight. Tho pro
gramme Is as follows: Overture, orches
tra: opening remarks, President M. J.
T.aviu; solo, Lizzie Dempsey; solo,
Thomas Murphy; recitation, Miss Carter;
solo, Margaret Evans: solo, Martin Hef
fron: recitation, Mollle Haimlck; solo,
Miss 11. Lavello; mlo, Walter Kennedy;
music, Breniinn children; address. Rev.
P. J, Murphy; solo. Mrs. M, E. Dartls;
recitation, Gertie tluunlck; closing selec
tion, by tho Holy Name society. After
the entertainment there will ho a smoker
held by tho members ot the siclety In
their rooms upstairs.
Mls4 Georgia Thomas, of Sprlngbrook,
Is visiting relatives at this place.
Miss Grace Drleshach, of.llydo Park,
Is the guest of Miss Grace Pcttlsrew, of
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Broiun Quinine Tablets.
All drugglMts refund tho money If it
falls to cure. E. W, Grove's signature
is on each box, 25c.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Fiietoryvllle, Oct. &.--U, P. Dudley, D.
D. Gardner, (1, W. Stanton and M. C.
Bhoilcs and wife are spending the week
In Washington, D. C.
William Reynolds has moved his family
to Norwich, N. V.
Albert N. Cobb, of Norwich, was call
ing on friends In town last Tuesday,
Miss .Martini Plka Is spending a month
In Washington, D. C.
11. M. Travis 1 visiting his daughter In
William Davenport, of Taylor, was a
caller in town on Thursday,
Beware Qf Ointments for Catarrh
that Contains flercury.
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering It through
tho mucous surfaces. Kucii articles should
never bo liscd except on prescriptions
from reputublu physicians, us the ilum
ugo they will do is ten fold to the good
you can possibly derive from them,
Hull's Caturrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O., contains
no mercury, and Is taken internally, not
ing directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. In buying Hull's
Catarrh Curo bo sure you gel the genu,
lne. It is taken internally and made in
Toledo, Ohio, by F, J. Cheney & Co. Tes
Sold by druggists. Trice. 75c. per bottlo.
Hall's, Family Pills ure the 'best.
Mr. Edward Schubnrth and Mrs. H.
C, Allington, Whom the Doctor
Said Hnd Incurable Con
sumption, Were Perma
nently Cured by
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MRS. J I. t AUJNGTON,
Nashua, N, II. , Sept. II, 18i.
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There are thousands of cases Just llko
that of Mr. Schubarth nnd Mrs. Alling
ton, where tho patients thought they had
Incurable consumption until their doctors
prescribed Duffy's Pure Mall AVhlskey.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is absolutely
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fusel oil, so common In other whiskeys,
nnd which is a dangerous Ingredient In
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Duffy's Puro Mult Whiskey not only
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renovates tho entire system. It aids di
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and unreliable dealers have been known
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Puro Mult Whiskey" Is on the label, and
that 11 Is our own patent bottle, wtlh the
name blown in tho bottle. This is tho only
way Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is sold.
If offered in bulk or in Husks it Is a fraud.
Tluf genuine nt all druggists or grocers
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whiskey recognized by tho Government
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Now, aw tho bane h.ill hpiisou has dime
to a eloso, un effort should be mmlo to
loorKiml'iie lust year's foot ball toani,
which so ably ropivst'titcil the town. Dur
ing the past seasons our local eleven
has mmlo a mulk, belnjt considered ono
of thn most formidable teams In tho
amateur ranks. Let our muscular young
men got together nud reorganize.
The address delivered last evening at
tho Socialist meeting, held In Jones' hall,
on "Direct Legislation." was well re
ceived by tho largo gathering present.
Jlr. Reese Is u fluent speaker mid deep
ly Impressed his auditors.
Mrs. William Illilgfwny and children
left yesterday to rejoin her husband, who
resides nt Pittsburg.
The oholr of tho Calvary Haptlst church
will meet Ibis evening for rehearsal,
Tho ivnialns of Kdwnrd Applcnap, of
Old I'oi"ki, who met ilcuth hi a mlno
explosion at Washington territory on
Wednesday, are expected to arrlvo hero
today, Deceased was :'l years of ago and
N survived by a wife and one child.
Miss Kllzabelh Morgans, of Ohio, who
has been spending the summer with
relntlves In town, returned homo on
Mr. and Mrs. U. T. D.ivjs, Mrs. Joseph
Pavls and son, Arthur, Mrs. .1, K. Tubbs
and Mrs, John Francis left yesterday to
attend the Dloomsburg state fair.
Mrs. David Kvuns, of Shaniokln, Is
visiting friends In town for the past few
Mrs. Martha lluvard, of Main street,
visited relatives nt I'll t. ton on Wednes
now O, U. Cule Is vWtlng his parents
nt llalllniore this week.
Mm K, II. Addletoii and niece, Lillian
Kvuns, of Dunniore, wero tho guests of
Mrs. V. A. 1'ago on Wednesday.
Mrs, Daniel nilmes has returned from
u visit with friends In Sullivan count, N,
V. Sho was accompanied homo by her
nelee, Mrs. Steinbeck, who will remain
hero until Christmas.
diui'lo It, Hmlth nud family will oc
cupy the houho vacated by Dr. Knedler,
in the near future.
Hay llucklughain, the Tribune eiinler.
met with 11 painful uceldent while play
ing on the school ground, on Monday
afternoon lie wes accidentally hit with
u stone over tho left eye. cutting u deep
gash, about un Inch In length, Dr. Kned
ler dressed tho wound and found It neces
sary to tuko several stitches,
Miss Kninia Miller, of Dunmoio, was
tho rucsI of Midi Jciuilo Dunning on
Mrs. Oeorgo Chapman nnd Mrs. Simons,
of Tlnmllnlon, were the guests of the
hitter's daughter, .Mr. William Krelser,
on Tuesday unJ Wednesday.
Miss Hnrloii. one of the nurses who at
tended Mi Mamie Dunning (hiring her
UlncE'iit the Moos Taylor hospital, wan
11 caller at her home on Tucsduy even
w i'" -"- - mj- mr v nn inj'FiU9.)lflpmjlFjKminFri
Pure Irish Linen the best bit of Handkerchief news
JJ for a long time.
C5 By good luck wa ware on the spot just as a certaiu maker had to realize ou
55 his stock. Ever one of his 12,000 Handkerchiefs came to us,
P Women's Half inch, hemstitched, pure linen, 9c each, $1.00 per doz.,
W Hen's Fine Htieu,
5 worth 25 cents.
They say the doctors that we Americans keep our .houses too warm: they
won't say so this year if the coal strike keeps up.
Which suggests' warmer underwear.
Which suggests again Connolly & Wallace's.
Not another stock anywhere like we have nearly everything here was made
to our order. Why? Because the general run of underwear dossn't fit. isn't cut
or made right. Will you trv the other kind our kind?
Men's 50c a Garment to $7.50
Women's 25c a Garment to 6.50
Children's 25c a Garment to 2.00
p To was them rub a
and rub it gently on the gloves. Ruse off the soap and
v In looks they are
g mode, white, pearl, black
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REDUCED HATES TO NEW OK-
Via Pennsylvania Railroad, Account
Meeting' American Bankers' Asso
ciation. On account of the meeting of the
American Hankers' association, nt New
Orleans), La., November 11 to 13, the
Pennsylvania. Hiillrond company will
sell excursion tickets to New Orleans
and return, November S to 10, good to
return within eleven days, including
date of sale, nt reduced rates. Hy de
positing tickets with joint agent at
New Orleans on or before November IS,
nnd the payment of a fee of SO cents,
an extension of the return limit to No
vember 20 may bo obtained.
For specific. Information regarding
rates and routes, apply to nearest ticket
REDUCED RATES TO CLEVELAND,
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Via Pennsylvania xviuiruuu, areuum
General Missionary Convention of
the Methodist Episcopal Church.
On account of the General Mission
ary convention of the Methodist Epis
copal church, at Cleveland, Ohio, Oc
tober 21 to :M, the Pennsylvania Hall
road company will sell excursion tick
ets to Cleveland, October 'JO and 21,
good to return, leaving Cleveland until
October 27, Inclusive, from all stations
on Its lines, at reduced rates. '
N, Y., 0. & W. Annual Eall Excur
sion to Now York City.
The New York, Ontario and Western j
Hallway company announce their an
nual fall PNcurslun to New York city
for Monday, October 27. Tickets will j
be sold at the usual low into of fare
authorized on these special occasions,
and will he good for return passage up
to nnd including Saturday, November
1. If you have not already secured one i
of their Interesting booklets regarding
tho great metropolis nnd how to secure '
two frco excursion tickets to New York, i
you should address Mr. J- '. Anderson.
general passenger agent, 50 Heaver
street, New York city, asking for n ,
4.35 New York $4.35. j
October H, tho New Jersey Central
will sell excurslpn tickets to Now I'oi'U ,
from all stiitlons, Scranton to Laurel t
Hun, Inclusive, at a ruto of four dollars
and thlrty-llvo cents. Tickets good to
go on all trains October 11 and good to ,
return until October is, Inclusive, In- j
ciiilrii of ticket iifieiua, New Jersey .Cen
tral, or .1. S. Hwlsher, district pabseiifier i
agent, Hcraiitun, Pa, "
4.05 Philadelphia ?4,05,
Oa account ol tho National Can luge
Dealers' Protective association, to la j
held In Philadelphia, October IS to lb. i
tho New Jersey Central railroad will '
sell tickets at one fare for the lound i
trip, on eard orders. Hate from tfenin
lon, $I.'J.'. Tickets, good to go Oetobei
'j to is, and good to return until Octo
her 22, lt'02, Inclusive. 1
Special to tho Scranton Tilbune.
New Mllford, Oct. !i. Mi. L. W. Moot,
und Mis. Iloraeo Sweet, "f Uurfonl,
spent Thursday, calling on friends In
Preparatory scryko wan conducted at
the Presbyterian church Wciluesduy
evening. The sucruinnt of tho Lord's
Scranton's Shopping Center
half and inch hems, 15c each
Diece or nitre soaD ou a snoii?e
likerany other glove, and come in the same colors, tan, f
and beaver The black are perspiration proof. ' 5
Price, $1.75 Pair.
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ftSStore Closed Saturday Until 6 P. M.
Are you thinking out the problem of how to clothe
the boys tor the Winter ? If you are, think seriously
for you must decide what and where to buy.
Our Store Overflowing With Boys' Clothing.
A wealth of new fashionable clothing for boys is to be seen
here. It a'most seems unreasonable on our part to expect to sell
so much, and yet if merit in woolens, workmanship and price will
appeal to you and we've always found that it did you'll ceitain
y inspect this splendid new stock before investing elsevhere.
Everything the boy wears, from shoes to hat, can be found here.
We have enlarged this depart
ment and stocked It with tho
choicest and best assortment in
the state. ICach B.irnuut Is as
well cut and as carefully tailored
it h though it wero a mini's Hull.
Hoys' Lons-Pants Suits, In
cheviots and worsteds, of new,
nobby stripe and cheek effects,
Hoys' Kueo Pants
Suits, nt?es S to
til " ' ' '"' ""-"'J" -"'-'-JI " miamammm0nMm0mm
Complete Outfitters to Men and Boys.
Cireen Trailing Stamps Pwe With All Purchases.
(.upper will be observed Sunday morniiiK
at the dose of the icKiilar s-ervlce
The W. I. c. society nut at the home
of llr. II. !'' Sii.Mler 't'lunxlay al 1
Prof. HuyiU'i und finer. Ml-s Kdua. and
Sllss Lulu Tiffany npi-ut Wednesday
evonhij; "t Lakeside.
Hiv. I-. M. Davenport will preach at
the .Methodist church Sunday morning.
or $1.70 per dozen,
soaked in tentd water. V
hang uo to dry. Be
Illouse and Norfolk patterns
aro tho proper sort for this sea
son, and they will bo found here
In all the now sereo and cassl
mere fabrics. So t-uccessful has
our Children's Department heen
in past seasons thnt we have
crowded many other depart
ments, that tho chlldien might
be better taken euro of this fall.
Blouse Suits, $3.50
Norfolk Suits, $4.00
Mis Clara Tllfany. of Harford, vlsltciP
lelatlves ill town recently.
Tho Suniiehaniia County eMdtcnl to
clety met at the Jay house, Tucdaj.
Mrs. J''. T. Austin has returned ffcuk
New York city, whero sho recently speufc
u low days ou but-lnes,?.
Sir. and Mrs. l-'icd Hummers, of IMPS'
luinitun, wero In town this week. ,
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