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THE SOJRANTON TRIBUNE-THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1902.
1BE MODERN HARDWARE STORE.
Don't wnlt for zero weather
before purchasing the heat
er got It now and be pro
Needs no recommend,
in three sizes.
& Foote & Shear Co.
O JJ9 Washington Ave.
MONEY TO LOAN
I Wo wnnt everybody to know Unit wo
have $20,000 cash to loan on Rood Scran
ton real cstutc nt live nnd one-quarter
per i-ent.. In amounts or W.000 and up.
No application will 1m conwldered unleM
a dcpoxlt nt flvc dollars 1h paid down
as a. guarantee oC good faith. It we
cannot got you the amount you want
we will give you back tlio ten dollar.".
Our reputation Is too well established
for you to doubt that we will do as wo
say. In slvliif? to us the estimated
value of your property, bo careful about
that as wo will be governed largely by
what you say, but of course wo iilwiiyn
look at the property before the loan Is
made. We have been careful In mak
ing this statement because wo do not
want to be misunderstood and classed
with n. lot of fake money lenders who
make you believe all sorts of tlilnss till
they Rot you to their ofllcns.
COMKGY'S HEAL. ESTATE OFFICES,
70!) Connell Bid's.
of Miisic and flrf
Offers the exceptional advan
tage of Piano and Organ stua
with Mr. Stunner Salter, an
artist teacher of recognized
standing in the musical world.
Register now. 604 Linden st.
e noia ana
ffer for Sale
at low figures, the following
Rv Mexico Railway Co-
Title Qunrnnty and Trust Co.
Traders' National Bank.
Alexander Car Replacer.
Also several lots of good five per
Safe Investments for Conservative Buyers.
1. F. HEQARQEL & CO.
locks, Bonds and Securities,
On Your Linen.
308-310 Penn Avenue.
A. B. WABMAN.
Oct. 21 At Lyceum, speakciH .IikIkc
i'ennypiicker. Republican cumlidiiiu loi-
bovcrnor, und others.
Oct. 'Si At Auditorium. North Scrunton;
speakers, William 1. Sclmffor, of Cliostor;
rhomas II. Dale, .lohn il, Jones and 3la.
b'or Everett "Warren,
Thuro will bo a regular nieetlutr of
common council tonight.
Tho teachers' and supplies committees
tctf tlio board of control will also moot
Tills Is donation day lit tlio Homo for
Sho Friendless. Entertainment. toulRht.
Tlio Ladles' Aid society of Kim I'arJ;
church will servo supper this ovenlua
from 0 to S o'clock.
Mr, and Mrs, M. K. S.inders will cen.
hratu the twenty. llflh anulveisiuy of tlieii
luarlago at their liome, J3fG Church ave
nue, on TliursUuy evening, October Cu,
Prod W, DavU. of this city, an employo
of tho government pirating ot'lleo at
Washington, Is reported to bo ill In u
hospital tlu-io with an attack of typhoid
Cards wero isMii-d ivstertlay for tlu
Kvi-ddlng of t'liarles lluller .Stevens, of this
city, and .miss Harriet A, Jlerry. (luusn.
ter of Jlr. and Mis, .lolm S. Herry, of Car
Yondali, to take nluco Wednesday oven.
lng, November 3.
Mrs. Dr. Uollister, who has been spend
ing sevetal mouths with her daughter,
Mrs. W. II. Anderson, ul All):iny, N, V.,
Is sufficiently recovered Horn a sovero at.
tack of iilomlhy to bo expected home tho
latter Part of this mouth.
The nuinluge of ivier l Howltty and
Miss Mary Unify will be poleninlzed at
Bt. Peter's cathedral at 0 o'clock this
morning. A reception will follow at tho
homo of the Inkle's mother on Madison
lvcnue. On occount of a recent death In
ho bride's family, uu liirltutJomi hayc
tecn Issued. j
MANY MISMATED COUPLES SEP
ARATED BY COURT.
Mrs. O. E. Sayre Was Driven Out In
the Snow In Her Stocking Feet.
Mrs. Wlllnrd Lathrone Found In
Her Homo with a Strange Man.
Clara Crlsson Divorced from Hor
Husband, John, Who Deserted Her
in 1805 Testimony Which Was
Heard in Other Cases.
Nine decrees in divorce wero yester
day granted by court In the following
canes: Orn K. Sayre vb. Arthur It.
Havre; ' Wlllurd Lulhrop? vh. Ethel
I.athropoi Katherlne Cogglna 't. .tohn
CorrIiih: Clara Crlsnon vt. .Tohn Crls
hoii; Allen Kinlth v.. Sarah Smith;
Phoebe J. Keniier vs. IJeiijiunln Kcn
ner; Henry Solicitor vh. Paulino
Solicitor: Helen Mary Hack vs. .Mich
ael Bach; William Campbell vh. Julia
Ora 15. Snyru, who was divorced from
Arthur 1!. Sayre, was niurrled to hhn
on .Inn. 1. 1807, by Ilev. P. P. Zlssehnnn.
I'hey lived with Mrs. Siiyrc'H mother
In Carbondulo for a time nCtor their
marriage, and later went to housekeep
ing for themselves. The testimony of
M-.. Snyre, her mother; her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Sadie Hunter, of Carboudale.
and of Mrs. Clara Tuttle, of Clreen
ltldgo, was to the effect thai Sayre was
abusive and frequently threatened his
Mrs. Sayre's mother testified thai,
while her daughter was living with her
she was frequently obliged to Interfere
to snvo her from being beaten. Testi
mony was uddueed to show tint t on a
snowy night In March, 18DS, Mrs. Sayre
was driven out of her house in her
stocking feet by her husband and wns
forced to seek shelter with her mother.
This couple had one child, who Is in the
custody of the mother.
Wlllard I.atlirope, who was divorced
from liis wife. Ethel, was married to
her on Jan. 2C. 1S!K, In Chicngo. The
couple lived In that city until 1S!t! when
they moved to Peckville, where Lath
rope found employment as a clerk In
the store of tho Riverside Store com
pany. 6n July 17, 189!), according to
Ills story, he sent some goods home
by Frank Berghelser, one of the eoin
pany's drivers, who looked into the
window as he was passing around to
the back of the house and who saw
Mrs. Lathi-ope and a strange man on
the floor in a compromising position.
Sho Wns Excited.
Mrs. I.athrope opened the door for
him but seemed greatly excited and
flurried, llerghelser went back to the
store and notified Lathrope, who hur
ried over to his house, arriving there
just in time to fict a strange man coin
ing out. He found ills wife under the
influence of liquor and discovered sev
eral glasses stained with whiskey and
a bottle of the latter on the table. He
charged her with being unfaithful to
lilni but she denied the accusation.
Lathrope left the house and went to
Wllkcs-IIarro, where ho enlisted in the
United States cavalry, serving three
years in Cuba. Last month he received
a note from bis wife asking him to
meet her at tho Astor house, New York
city. He met her there and she pro
posed that be forgive and forgot, but
he refused to listen to her, whereupon
she remarked that sho had a better
man named Frank L. Fields, with
whom she was living on Amsterdam
Latlirop testilied that he had heard
from several parties that his wife has
been seen in this city with women of
bad repute. Berghelser corroborated
Lathrope's testimony regarding his see
ing airs. Lathrope in a compromising
position, and Lathrope's hrother-ln-law
testilied to having seen her In the com
pany of disreputable men and women.
Katherine Coggins, who was separ
ated from her husband, John, was
married to him on October 21, lSSIi, in
Olypbant. In ISilt he left her nnd re
mained away for some time. Ho came
back and lived with her until August,
1S0G, when ho went to Buffalo. Ho has
never lived with her since. Mrs. Cog
gins testified that her husband was a
man who worked little and drank
much. She swore that for tho last
ten years lie has not contributed $:!.'
to her support.
Married in Moscow.
Clara Crlsson and John frisson, who
wero vesterday divorced, were married
on February it. 1S7!. by Rev. J. Mur
ray Colvllle, of Moscow. They lived
after their marrlago at Moscow, Dun
more and AVhumers. While they were
living at "Whinners, on July 15, ISO.", he
left her. Up to that time their mar
ried life had been very unhappy. Crls
son failed to provide for his wife, and
drank continually. She Is now conduct
ing a boarding house nt Kliuhiirst,
Allen Smith was inurvlMl In Sarah
Smith In Rlnghnmton, eleven years ago.
Six years ago they came to Duiimore,
They had a violent quarrel, because
Smith refused to adopt n 3-year-old
boy his wife wished him to, nnd on the
night of September 1, 1S08, when he
enmo home ho found his wife and most
of tin; furniture gone. Ho bus never
heard fiom her since.
Phoebe J, Kenner, who was divorced
from Benjamin Kenner, was married
to him In 188S, In this city. Ho left her
lifter they had lived together for a year
and remained nwny for eleven years,
when he returned and made up with
her. They lived at Llttlo Knglnnd for
another year, when ho again deserted
Iter. She now lives In (liven Rldgo, Her
testimony was corroborated by several
of her children by her llrst husband,
and by neighbors,
Henry Sclieuer and Pauline Sehcuer
were married on May 11, 1890, and went
to live lit 708 Cedar avenue, Sclieuer
testilied that his wife, after a talk with
her mother, decided to leave lilni on
July ai, 1899, She went homo with her
mother uud has lived with her since,
refusing to again llvo with him.
Helen Mary Buck, who secured a
divorce from her husband, Mlchuel
Hack, was married to him twenty-live
years nan in Klolsuu, Austria. Tlueo
years afterwards ho cnino to this coun
try and remained here for two years
and a hair. Ho then returned to Aus
tria, but later cuniu back to the United
States and remained here until 1SS7,
when lie sent for his wife to Join him.
Left with Another Woman.
She came on hero uud went to live
with him at StocktuiiuihuKerne county,
After six weeks ha deserted her und
skipped to Towandu with unotliur wo
man. Sho followed hhn, mid he prom
ised Jo give tho woman up. Bho went
back to Stockton to get her belongings,
and when she returned her husbautr
hud again disappeared with the other
woman. She followed them to Kdser-
J. ALFRED PENNINGTON, Director.
604 LINDEN STREET,
ton, nnd When they learned or her pres
ence they hurriedly left, and have not
been seen since.
"William Campbell and Julia May
Campbell were united In lunrrliiRe on
February 7, 1S92, In AViiverly, N. Y,
Campbell Is now living In Rochester,
N. Y. Ho alleges that his wife treated
him cruelly nnd neglected their son,
Court, in grunting him u divorce, di
rects hhn to pay his wife $1,250 as all.
lnony for nil time,
STRUCK BY A TRAIN.
William Lally Received Fatal In
juries on tho D. & H. Railroad
AVIlllani Lally, mi aged resident of ,130
Hniinel street, was run down by a
Delaware nnd Hudson work train short
ly before 0 o'clock last evening, and
sustained Injuries from which he died
He was walking along the railroad,
below the gas house, and evidently did
not notice the train approaching, as ho
was struck by the engine and knocked
down. Ills skull was fractured at tho
base of the bruin, und his face was also
Several workmen picked him up and
put him on the train, and a call was
sent to the Lackawanna hospital for
the ambulance. Lally was conveyed to
the Delaware and Hudson station,
where the ambulance wns In waiting,
but just as the Injured man was being
carried into the baggage room ho ex
pired. Coroner Sultry was notified and
ordered tho remains taken to Cttsick's,
where the man was Identified. The re
mains wero prepared for burial and
wero later removed to deceased's home.
Lally Is survived by his wife, one
daughter, Maggie, and one son, AVill
luin. Tlio funeral will be announced
VICTORY FOR COLLEGE MEN.
Defeated Old Forge High School
Team at Athletic Park.
Tho St. Thomas College foot ball
team defeated the Old Forge High
School boys, at Athletic park, yester
day afternoon, in a rather ono-slded
game. A few minutes' play showed
that tho college boys had an easy thing
of it, and after making three touch
downs in the first half. Captain McCann
put In all the subs for the second half
of the game.
Tho Keystone Academy team will
meet the St. Thomas College eleven
hero next Saturday. The college boys,
smarting under tho defeat they met at
Factoryvlllo, two weeks ago, have
strengthened the team and are working
hard to turn the tables on their op
ponents next Saturday. They 'realize
that this will be no easy task, as tho
Factoryvllle boys have not hecn scored
upon this season.
The playing- of both teams Is remark
able for the absence- of tlio disagree
able wrangling features, and a genuine
article of foot ball Is promised to the
lovers of tli game.
WEDDED AT CATHEDRAL.
Popular South Scranton Young Peo
ple United in Marriage.
Thomas F. Uilboy and .Miss Klb'.abeih
May, both of South Scranton, were
united In marriage nt 10 o'clock yester
day morning In St. Peter's cathedral by
Hev. J. A. O'ltellly.
Prof. Schilling presided at the organ,
and the bilde was attended by her sis
ter. Miss Klla May, and the groom by
James Rush. The bride wore a gown
or steel-colored silk, trimmed with hicu
and violet velour, and her maid was at
tired In pnle blue mousseiine do sole,
trimmed with l.teo and chiffon. Both
wore picture hats.
A reception was held at the home of
thp bride's parents, on Prospect ave
nue, unci Mr. and Mrs. Ollboy left on
nn nfternou train for New York,
To Succeed the Late W. O. Wilson as
D., L. & W. Accountant.
Alex, Schrtll'fer. who hns been time
keeper of the Scranton division of the
Lackawanna railroad, for a number of
years, was appointed yesterday by
Superintendent K, M, Itltie to succeed
tho late accountant, W. O. Wilson, who
died suddenly on .Monday while on a
bicycle trip over tlio F.lmhurst boule
vnrd. File Clerk Clarence Fnrroll will suc
ceed Mr. Schtieffer as timekeeper, and
John Hughes will succeed Farrel us Hie
Tho funeral or the late Mr, Wilson
will take placo this- afternoon, Services
will be held at the house, 417 vine
street, nt l.so o'clock, and Interment
will be made In the Duiiiuore cemetery.
in cow's milk for Infant feeding Is so.
Important as Its purity a ml the method
of preserving It. Borden's Kiigln Brand
Condensed Milk Is sclentlllcully pro.
il lived und prepared, It gives to cof-
ieo a ueiicious iiuvor. wont mo world
City and School Taxes 1003,
Tlio above tax duplicate are now In
my hands for collection.
F, S. BARK13H,
HAVEMEYERS & ELDERS
20 for $1.00
THE BEST ON EARTH.
Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.
Ill l.uckawnnnu avenue, U:'l North
Main uvenue. 'Phono 73-2. Piompt
delivery. New 'Phone 123.
Are offered by the Conservatory for Piano
forte Instruction to Students of all grades, from
beginners to prospective professionals.
Students can begin now.
Lively Scrimmage Near tho Dodge
Breaker Yesterday Afternoon.
Three Men Injured.
A crowd of non-union Workmen, who
wero employed at the Dodgo mine, were
set upon by 11 -crowd of strikers yester
day afternoon us they wore leaving the
colliery, nnd several of them were se
It Is estimated that there wore about
fifty men In tlio crowd when they
started homewnrd, nnd many of them
wore leaving for good, carrying their
tools and working clothes with them.
When the attack was made, the non
unionists scattered In every direction,
fleeing from tho stones, uud other mis
sies hurled ,nt them. A majority of
them made good their escape towards
Lackawanna township, but those who
ventured cityward and over the Klin
street bridge fared badly.
Three of them, whose identity was
revealed, sustained Injuries nbout the
head, face and body, and It was re
ported that one fellow was thrown Into
tho Lackawanna river, but this could
not be verllied. The Injured are:
Joseph Brnun, of Duninore, scalp lac
erated and face bruised.
Joseph Locknor, South Webster ave
nue, several cuts about the head and
Michael Ootchuni. of South Webster
avenue, face and head bruised.
Praun was found in a semi-conscious
condition In the yard back of Captain
M. J. Ttuane's houe, nt r13 Ballroad
avenue, where he evidently went to es
cape from the assault upon hll'u. The
other two wero picked up by the police
on P.ailroad avenue, near Kim street.
All three wero taken to the Lackawan
na hospital. No arrests were made, as
the crowd had dispersed when the
police were summoned.
ANNUAL DONATION DAY.
This Is the Time to Remember the
Home for the Friendless.
This is annual donation day at the
Home for the Friendless. Kverything
in tlio way of supplies and provisions
is needed. No garments have been
made lately because the supply of ma
teria is very low. There Is no Hour,
and the sugar barrel is empty. The
only receptacles that are full are tlio
beds. Kvery bed in the- dormitories is
occupied. Some of tho narrow beds
contain two children, and every bed in
the old ladles' rooms Is nlso occupied.
The family Is so large and the ex
penses are so heavy that donation day
is eagerly anticipated, and It is hoped
that none of the friends of the Home
will forget Us needs this year.
Tonight, everybody who loves little
children and who. feels sorry for homo
less and friendless old ladies. Is invited
to attend the entertainment, which will
begin at S o'clock. It will be brief, -but
most enjoyable. Mrs. H. H. Brady will
sing, and Miss Boss, who Is celebrated
as 11 reader, will recite.
it will be worth a silver offering to
sec ail t lie little people and nil the old
people of the Home, as they listen to
the entertaiiiPi-s. The fireen Itidge
Suburban line will have special cars to
convey the patrons.
Event Will Be Celebrated at Music
Hall Oct. 31.
The Swiss Colony of Scranton will
celebrate the live hundred and nlnety
llt'th anniversary of the Independence
of Switzerland the coming :!lst of Oc
tober, with a patriotic festival In Music
hall. An appropriate programme under
the supervision of President Joseph
(Inoss is being prepared, anil Law
rence's orchestra will furnish tho music
The leading men of the Forest Can
tons, which for ages had yielded a
merely nominal recognition of the house
of HapsburK and had acknowledged no
feudal superior, met on the ("iructll
ineadow In 1.1ft" and resolved to expel
the Austrian bailiffs. Tho war termin
ated In favor of the Swiss at Morgar
ten In lai.'i, and eight Cantons in all
therefore entered n perpetual' league,
which wns the foundation of the Swiss
Confederation, or the oldest Uepubllc
in tlie world of today.
Smoot, "The Typewriter Man," has
one Blickensderfer und one Chicago
typewriter to sell very cheap. Guern
sey building, city. '
Dr. Llndabury, Surgeon, diseases of
women a spec-laity, 215 Connell building.
Hours: 11 n. 111. to 4 p. m.: 7 to S.3Q
Pure niiiplo syrup, 30c, t. Coursen,
To those preset, wag this coupon
and making a purchase of 1
or over on Friday, Saturday
and Monday, Oct. 20, 80 and
Now Canned Goods.
Finest Coi'i'ee and
Teas in tho city.
and prices less than
E. G. Coursen,
420 Lackawauna Ave.
I HI Kin :H I
TO RECEIVE THE
PENNYPAOKER PARTY TO BE
Clubs and Prominent Republicans to
Meet Him and His Campaigning
Party When They Arrive- Tomor
row Afternoon May Go to Car
hondnlo or South Scranton in the
Afternoon Prominent Spoakoro
Engaged for a Series of Meetings
to Take Placo In City and County.
Judge Pcnnypacker and his cam
paigning party will be at tho Lyceum
tomorrow night. In the party with the
next governor arc Attorney General
John P. Klkln, Isaac U. Brown, candi
date for secretary of Internal affairs:
J. 1. Sohaffor, of Delaware county,
Superior court reporter, nnd half a
dozen other prominent Pcniis.vlvanlans.
The party will conic from Tunkhun
nouk, arriving hero nt 1.0S p. 111., over
tlio Lackawitnna road. Arrangements
arc being made to give tho party an
enthusiastic reception, Bepitbllctin clubs
and tho Lawrence hand will be ut the
depot to net as an escort, and promi
nent Republicans not Identified with
the clubs will also bo present to partici
pate In the reception.
There Is talk of having Judge Penny
packer take a run up to Carbondnle or
down to South Scranton In the att6r
noon. This matter will bo definitely de
cided todny. '
- The Lyceum meeting will be presided
over by Hon. J. A. Scranton, Muslo
will be furnished by the Lawrence
band, tho United Gorman Singing soci
eties and the Sons of Cambria Glee
club. One of the biggest audiences that
ever (Hied the Lyceum Is expected on
Other Republican mass meetings have
been arranged for In this city and
county, as follows:
Scranton, Central City, Lyceum Thea
ter, Friday, Oct, ."1 Hon. Charles Kmory
Smith, former postmaster genei.-il, a lo
cal favorite and one of tho ablest speak
ers in the Pulled Stntes: and Hen,
Stewart McKlbbcn, of Indiana.
Scranton, Hyde Park. St. David's Hull,
Wednesday. Oct. 21-lIon. .1. S. Sher
man, of I'tlcn. N. V., for many years
one of tho leaders in congress; lion.
Kdward B. Vreelnnd, of Salamanca, N.
V.. representative in congre;."!-. and an
ploepiiMil speaker, and Major Alexander
McDonald, of Sharon, Pa., clerk of thu
bouse of representatives, and one of the
wittiest orators In the country.
Scraiitop, Providence. Saturday. Oct. -."
1 Ion. W. t. Selin ff or, of Delaware coun
ty, a. rattling speaker: T. 11. Dale, .Ma
jor Kverett Warren, and ex-Dlstrirt At
torney John tt. Jones.
Scranton. Providence, Auditorium, Satur
day, Nov. 1 Robert S. Murphy, of
Johnstown, and Jerry Snyder, of Allen
town. Scranton, South Side. Wnrkiugnien's Hall,
Monday, Nov. :i M. W. Lowry, it. A.
Klmornmu and Hon. John It, Fnrr.
Scranlon, South Side, .Monday. Nov. IS,
Athletic Hall lion. James Molr, John
F. Seragg a'ud John M. Harris-.
Carboudale, Opera House. Saturday, Nov.
1 Hon. Set ciio K. Payne, of Aubuiii.
N. V., Iloor leader of the Republicans In
congress and nn" of the niilc&l stares
men ami ninlors In tho country, and
Major Bvcrctt Wanen.
Dnnmore, Odd Fr lows' Hull, Saturday,
Nov. I Robert S. .Murphy. Jerry Sny
der, John M. Harris.
Taylor. Webber's Hull. Wednesday, Oct.
Si Hon. John It. Fnrr. .Major Kverett
Warren and Deputy Attorney (iPtioral
Frederic W. Fluitz.
Jermyn, Bdmunilii' Hall. Thumlny. Oct.
W-llou. John 11. I'arr, T. II. Hale, Ma
jnr Kverett Warren. '
See the Cut Kan.
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and line cuts for .card, advertising or
any otlier purpose, can be secured at
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60c. 60c, and 70c. Per Lb.
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The best place In town to
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309 Iackawanna Avenue.
Wo have a complete assortment of
the 50c kind, tho $1.00 kind nnd all
standard makes, in all grades.
Agency for Dr. Jaeger's.
Tlio mlilcllomnti's iio
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Of anything in the line of
optical goods wo can supply it. ,.,
and Eye Glasses
Properly fitted by an expert
From $1.00 Up
Also nil kinds of prescrip
tion work and repairing.
Mercereau & Council,
132 Wyoming Avenue.
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American Man, 53.S0 Per Day and Kptwtih.
ruroptan 1'lmi, 51.00 I'tr Uiy ami Upwards.
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I For .sitopycivi
4- :i minutes' walk to W.inumuUersi
L' minutes to Hleeol Coopers His
Htore. Kuay of ai-cess to the great
Pry Uootlij Stores.
One block from li'w.iy f'ars, giv
ing eaby transportation to all
ponub u interest
I HOTEL ALBERT
1 C'or Uth ST. & PNIVKUSITV PI., f
T Only one IJlock from liroad way.
i Rooms, $1 Up. pAlf'V.iu i
Who ran nnnie the winner In Tho
Tribune'. iMucatlonnl Contest nnd
tell tlm number of points lio or Bho
First Prlzc-SSOO In Cold,
Next Three $1,00 each.
Next Two-50 cents each.
Next Fonr-25 cents each,
TOTAL-Ten Prizes, Ten Dollars.
Cut out the coupon below, nil It In,
nntl sent! to "Sornnton Tribune. Scran
ton, I'll., OtioH.sltnr Contest." on or be
fore Krlilny, Oct, SI, on which lny the
gtiewliiff contest etuis.
All coupons must he In Tho
Tribune office by Friday, nt 5
o'clock p, m.
Tlittt-Filny, Ort. 2.1.
I think tho winner ut The Tub
tine's Educational Contest will bo
No. of points
tCul out this lower coupon only.
Will be pleased to receive
money In any nniount and
rate of Interest thereon.
While our f
ly utile to
account with tia.
L. A. WATHICS
P. L. PHILLIPS.
Third A'lco-rrcsldont and Troasuier
Abram Ncsbltt. Thomas J3. Jones.
William P. Hullstcnd.
O. S. Johnson. Thomas II. Wathlns.
L. A. Watrcs.
4 $ !!$ , !
Are the best in the world.
In VARNISHES wo carry
Also a full line of Brushes
1 26-128 Frauklin Ave
The Standard of Excellence
means a great deal, but It
expresses the position of
In the stationery world, Theyare
the best and they are the standard
of polite society,
In the new Fall tints, Cafe and
Chrysanthemum, will be the papers
lu use for select correspondence
this Fall. Very elegant effects can
be produced by stamping or illums
Inatlng. We have the complete
Hotel Jerinyn Building-. ,