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THE SCR ANTON. TRIBvUNE-FIUDA V, OCTOBER 21, 1902.
Relieved by Glasses
Mans' persons full to nntl tellef
from hetidnchcs, In the use- of
favorite remedies which cure for
Others. The cause Is not the one
supposed. Hyo stiuln produces
moio heiirliiehes tluui nil other
Irregularities of the human sys
tctn combined, The only PHIt
MANHNT t't'Itn Is properly ad
Justed Rlarses. I eoi reel tiny
vlsunl defect which may entice
The Eyes of Children
Hotter be over-cautious nliont
,otir idilldun's eyes rut her than
take too inueli responsibility unto
your own hands. Neglect, nmy
brlliR regret to you and set loun
cyo trouble for your child
One charge coveis the enthe
cost of examination, glasses
Dr. B. A. Baer
1 Eye Specialist.
I MANUFACTURING OPTICIAN.
I 331 Washington Ave.
zmmmm scranton. pa.
FOUR DECREES HANDED DOWN
In Each Instance a Woman Was the
Applicant, mid She Alleged That
Her Husband Had Been Cruel to
Her Another Woman Seeks a
Divorce Because Her Husband De
seited Her Cases That Wero
Hcaid In Argument Court Or
phans' Court Mattel s.
CoUnty Savings Bank
and Trtisf Company,
506 Spruce Street.
in Sums of
and pays f per
A. WATRES, President.
O. S. JOHNSON, Vice-Pres.
A. H. CHRISTY, Cashier.
Win K Ilall.stcad,
J'.. P Klnss-biii j.
. O. S. JollllbOII.
1 IJxmrtt Win 11 11.
I .ins. iriJilen.
J,. A. Wet tics.
iT.ook Fe.-i.iut! V1111 1 . ii t Imhi
IhnwhiK 11 ploi.sant ipu M;lmi hi. 11
lou onme to lusiiert our snul. In Wnii
I'.iper Simile .mil Paints, unr huoiI.s
pro now .1 tin up In il.ile.
I'll tup-- mill tk tin I i'.imii'-i in nil
Ift j lc, ;iiii s-lps
r I Lime Ptcliiie.s .11 r.iiiiuv
Jacobs & Fasold
300 Washington Avenue.
Opposite Court House.
WE G'Vt TRADING SfAMPS.
They Draw Well
Morris' Magnet Cigars
X Ti lic.t 'Mluo for r. cents
v 1 i.v one aim lou
will smiit. n nn
V tlie l'Mlil l.l.lmls or Be
clpnrs nt Jl " por hn or r, for Coc
The hirst-it atlcty of Pipes and
Tobaccos in town.
E. C. PSORRIS,
The Cigar Idan
325 Washington Avenue.
In and About
Birthday Social Tonight.
Thu Ladles' Alii society of tho Holy
I'llnlty Luthciau chinch will hold n
birthday social tonight at ftin-iiwcy hull.
V.II it to invited
Slight Wieck at Foster.
A slight wrick oceiirieil on thu Laeikn-
miinii inllriMd at lo.stir le.uoulay in'.
lonioon In which seveial Uvliiht cuts weio
lerullcel, T111I11 Jso, ii. due In thin city r.l
1.10 o'clock, wits over hull .111 hour lato iu
Union League to Meet.
All mcmbeis of the Pnlon Leamto Be-
tiitbllcau club aii! U'liucKtcd 10 iiioei at
llcpuhlliau )icndriiaitoiM on Washington
ivenue, 111 1 o clock tills eivenlna; to act
is escoit to Hun. Samuel IVnujpael.cv
an IiIh way to the Lyic-uin.
Supper at Elm Pnik Chinch.
The ladle.-, of i;ini Paik cluucli selied
kill olaboiato suppei last nlrfht lei mniu
inan ..11 patinas The committee con
sisted of Mi, s T Jones. .Mm. l I).
Simpson. Alts. ( J P0W..11. Mis. IMillio
IWailPli Alio. J 1, CiawI'md. Mis, l'. .M.
Willi, Alls Wallet. .Mis,. IV. A. Mellow.
ell, Mia. Ii M Piunk-iuiist a"d otltei.s.
Why Chaiter Was Relinquished.
Tho Jmpoilul t'lldeiwi'iir ciiiiiiuin of
ilihi city Inn, not none ulit of business jih
night bo Infeiietl Horn Wednesday's ills
latch fiom Dovei Del. Tliu onnmaiiv
has been cluiteic-d In thin stutu unci llmie.
foro rellniiiilbhftl Its oiluinul Llmiim-
which wiib obtutued in Delawatu. Thu
Jmpeilal ti.mpany is in a tlutvlng eoniti
tlon. Imvlntj recently puiehnscd the old
Ickawanuu lion ami ateil coini)anv"s
etorg building on I.tekiiwanim uvemie
and Kieatly Ineieaacd Its woiklnsr foice.
Iron fence, cheap. Coutsen.
Tour tuoiu dlvoiiett wetc itrnnted by
the Lottrt ycstuidity. Those who seem eel
them wero Mif. Annie Uiown ftoni Alor
ih Rruw-n, Mm. Xottle White timn
Thonuts White. Jits. Adelln IJ. Jhislijn
lioni lOnos IOiisIbu, .Mis. Jessie Kimble
ftoin Kiiink 1'. Kimble.
The Hindus wete mini led nt HIiik
hiiinton In IS!H, lived at Clark's Stun
inlt for nine tiionths iind then cnino to
cms city, wilelc mown ileserteil IiIh
wife, lie lived In Tillikliitniiock I'cn .1
time after he left her, mid then enlisted
In the leKiilur tinny and was sent to
the Philippines Since that time nothhiK
bus been hcaid fiom him. Mis. Blown
hat suppoited htiself by drossmaklns
ever since her husband left her.
Alts. NVttle White was wedded to
Thimitis White on Heptember J, 1S!U. by
Itev. Wart ell O. P.n ti idice, In this city.
Prior to her nnmliige she was .Miss
Nettle Phillips and leslded In AVest
Sciantoii, and there she went to live
with her hm-band after their mnrilugc
Alter a time he lieRiin to drink, ,ind
iibused her, end then he descrt"d her
seveial limes. Ills last deseitlon i,ni
In AiiRift, 1100, and "tins been peislsted
In ever Mme. Since that time he h.i
eontilbiiteii nothiiiK to her support.
In Honesdale. In P&S. Adellla IJ. and
M1101 Knslgn weie joined lor better or
for worse. They went to ll on his
faun at Varden, Wayne county, wlieie,
iiccordliiff to the stoilcs of Mrs. nnslftn
and her wlinpn-es. --he suffeied aliout
ovciythliiR- it was possible to heap upon
11 woman In the way -of Ill-treatment.
Hei husband diank, beat her with bis
INts and 11 rope, refused to contribute
to her support or buy her clothes, and
compelled her to so without shoos in
the winter. She left him In 1SHS be
cause of hi! ei unity, and has since sup.
polled hciself and their live children.
-Mis. JesMo Kimble y.is granted a
divorce lrom Finnic P. Kimble, to
whom she was man led In lt. In this
city. .He used to Rot drunk and ,imii-cil
himself by puttltiK her out of the house,
blacking- her ejrs and thrasliliiR- her
with 11 hoiMHliip. Aftei the marriage
they lived nt Coxton and (.'link's Sum
mit. A illvoicc was si, mted, Wedncsiln.i ,
In the case of Henry St honor against
Pauline Si hcuer, anil je.steid.iy, by
consonl 01 the' court, the petition of
Mis. Schemer for a divorce finm hoi
husband win w ithdi.iwn.
.Mis. Jl.ibtl Hanoj yostoulay lib il an
application rur a dluncc ltoin ICdw.nd
ll.inej-. to whom she was married .Janu
ary .1:;, lS!is. She alhgos that her hus
band desettcd heron Apt II S, lSSS, and
has not lived with her since.
Of Hornellsville.N.Y,, Hands
Down an Important
Judie James H, Clancy of llorncll
vllle, N, Y,, and one of the mo-,t piom
Inent members of the h.ir In that historic
town, (ieeided tcccntly that as against
Blood and Liver trouble, Dr. David Ken
neily'n l'avorlte Remedy was worthy ot
the highest praise. He says !
"1 have used Dr. D.ivld Kennedy'
Kuvorlte Reniedy and strongly rec
ommeiid it for Its good effect 'in my
cuse for liver tumble ami blood dfs.
order. It built me right up and I
improved greatly In hculth."
N. Y., suffered from liver trouble and his
blood was all out of order and after tisingf
"Fnvoilte Remedy," has this to say:
"For anyone stifTcriiitf from that
run down or tiled out feeling, caused
hv blood orllscr trouble, Dr. David
Kennedy's l''avonte Remedy is the
best meclieine you can buy. ' 1 have
used it and 1 know."
The one sine cure for disca-es of tho
kidney, liver, bladder and blood, thett
matisfu, dyspepsia and chronic constipa
tion, is Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite
It matters not how sick you aie, how
long you have sitfleicd, or how many
physicians have failed to help you, Dr.
David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy will
cure you if a cure is possible
It Is for sale by all druggists in the
NOW SO OontSfzo and the tegular
$1.0()si7o bottles less than a jent a dose.
Samile battle enougn for trial. f ev mail.
Dr. David Kennedy Corporation, Rondout, N. Y.
Ilr. lint Id Kmnf d)'n (ioldrn I'liintrrn htrcngtli
en Xmclrs, rumovo pala unywlierc. 15o each.
ceased, on motion of John F. Scragg',
esq., tlie itcord was amended by lidd
ing; tho names of Doia Smith, an heir,
and 'Kdwnrd Meiilllold, administrator
ot tho estate of Ann i:. Jlenlll, the
widow or A. J. Met rill, deceased. Thli
Is the (untested will caso In which Ann
K. .Men III, the icspondenl, committed
sulcIdH, and this .substitution Is made
"o thnt the contested will pioceedlngs
may lie pioceeded with.
Quaiter Sessions Aigument List.
The quarter sessions argument list
was taken up yesterday and the rules
against Chailcs .Moore. D. F. P.eddlng
tiin, Thomas ,1. Maydon, Anthony Luu
dj and Joseph SpiCor. to show caue
why theli licenses should not ho in
voked, for ; idling liquor on Sunda.v,
were continued until the not tcnii.
inner eases loimmioil were rules to
1 emit costs in the eases of tho conmiiiii
wp.ilth against Alexander I.evan, John
.Mallo.v. two cases; rules to quash In
dietment In the cases of commonwealth
against N,,,,,. T,f.bei ,-,, i.vKV, J,mls
Pcskivilch. M. Uasslnger.
i'iiMs argued weio: Coinmonvveallh
iig-aliisi Vustln Walovlcz. appeal fi 0.111
sumiuaij conviction: In te: load In
Spring Hi uok township, exceptions to
lepoit or view ei s; iu le: 10 id in Spi lug
Plonk township, exceptions lo leport 01
vlivveis, commonwealth against Thom
as W. Slaik, nile to modify older of
c oni t: commonwealth against James
Cook. 1 ulo for n new trial: common
wealth against Thomas W. Stark. 1 ulo
to shew cause why recognizance should
not be foi felted.
Had No Jiulsdictlon.
Court jostetday dismissed the objei -lions
to the nominations of William V.
Watkiiis and Henry .Miller lor county
(oiumlsslonciM on the Soelnllsi-l.abor
ticket, for tho leason that they had no
Tho objector was William Sluiins. of
Oalloii. It was alleged, when. the onse
was called Wednesday, that notice of
the objections had not been served 1111
Writ kins. A man named Core.v was
said to have served notice on him, and
the ease was continued until jvsterdnj'
to give time to piodlice Coie.v. lie
could not bo found and the objections
Poor Board Case Argued.
Refill e the lull bench .vesteiday
theio was an argument iu the proceed
ings hi ought by James iCvans to secure
the seat on the poor boa id now held by
Dr. W. A. Paine. Dr. Paine holds tho
oitlce by appointment and .Mr. Evans
by vlitue of an election held last
Attorney I. II. Hums and C, u. oiver
nigued the case for .Mr, Kvuns, ant!
Attorneys i:eiutt Wan en, Joseph
O'Brien and John F. Sciagg, for the
COURT. HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
Pel or Colins, ehaiged with lueelij", en
teied ball jesteid.iv In the sum ot $iija.
John Znck liecame his IxmcUm.in
Iu the ease of Marj" Itowland against
Jlaiia Costello it was jesteid.iv agiccd
th.it the nile to show c.ui-e wbv Hie ca
lii.is Issued should not he quashed should
be made absolute.
The lopnrt nt the vleweis In the ease of
lliidget diildeii nualiist the Ku.inttm and
Nnilhein Ttallioad eomp.iu.v was jestei
d.iv eontlimeil linally. The viewcis" avvaul
was $-fl In fa voi ot the plaintiff.
I.. 1'ieeihn.in yesteiday iihlalned a wilt
111 lepleiu to leenver fiom H. (loldsleg'r
eel tain ineivhanilise whhh the latter
selzid 011 September .7 as the piopoity
oT Mori is Prci'diiitiii. I. Precduiiiu sajs
the sonds bi'long to liei .
Next Governor and His Campaigning
Party Will Be at the Lyceum.
Former Judge Samuel W. Penny
packer and his campaigning pai tj In
cluding Attorney General John P. El
kin, will be nt the Lyceum tonight.
They will miive fiom Tiinkhanneick
over tho Lackawanna at l.os p. m. All
Ucpublleans are Invited to join w'th the
P.epubllcaii idubs in nice tins' the dis
tinguished visitor-- and escorting Hum
In their hotel.
The meeting at the Lj renin will be
gin al S o'cluek. It will bo pit hided
over by Hon. Joseph A. Soi anion. The
principal speakers will be Judg Ponny
paikei. Attorney Geneial Klkhl and
Supoilor Court neporter W. 1. Schaf
fei. of Uelawaie count y.
LnwifJHc'F band will b" in attnul
ancc. The vocal musk- will be funii.shtd
by the Puited German .Male choi us, the
North Seiantou (Jlee society and the
Sons of Cambria Glee club, of the West
Fiom this talent ni.ij be e.pectnl
some of the best singing that has evi r
been hcaid al a political meeting in the
city of Sciauton.
P. F. Howley and Miss Mnry Duffy
Wedded at the Cathedral.
P. F. I low ley, of the ill in of P. F. &
M. F. Howley, and .Miss .Mary Dufly.
daughter of .Mrs. Milieus Duffy, of Sir?,
viuoison avenue, ivoro united in mar
riago with a nuptial mass nt i o'clock
yesteiday moinlng, In St. Petei's cathe
dial, by the uetoi. I!e, J , G'Ueliiy.
The music of tlie mass was lcndeied
by the full ihoii, of which the gtoom
was baritone soloist. Uu account or a
lecent death In the family of the hi hie,
no Invitations weie Issued, but the
chinch was well filled, however, with
tho it lends of the bride and gioom,
both ot whom aie widely and popularly
Mrs. It. J. Uourko, otisln or the Inlde,
as matron or honoi, was tho bible's at
tendant. The giooinsinan was Martin
F. Hundley. The lulde, who Is a petite
ptetty brunette, was most becomingly
gowned In blown moire, ttlinmed with
white Ducliesso lace.
A reception at the bride's home fol
lowed tho eeieinony. It was attended
by only the Immediate- icliitlvcs.
Mr, and .Mrs. Howley left on tlie IL'.On
Delawiu-i and liudFon ttaln on a tilp
to the south.
FOR THE HOME
OBSERVANCE OF THE ANNUAL
Remembrances Pouted In All Day
Long Many Sent Money and Oth
ers Articles That Aie Essential to
the Well Being of the Inmntes of
the Groat Institution Annual Din
ner of the Manageis Very Pleas
ing Entertainment Given nt the
Home Lnst Night.
The Homo for the Ftlendless hud n
gala day yesteiday, Kveiy year the
liianagenienl feels solicitous lest the
Home will he forgotten. FAoiy jour It
Is not foi gotten, but lemembeied
boiinllfully beautifully. Yesteiday was
no exception. All day gifts pouted iu;
all day the little chlldien looked out of
the windows and clapped their hands
to see the harvest of fruit that was
carried Into the cellar. All day the old
ladles rejoiced over the ban els of Hour
and ptovlslous sent by kind liieiuls.
One old lady took little note of these,
but all her joj" was centeied In the
bouquet of chrysanthemums and pinks
which was her special gift.
The manageis had their annual (Hu
nt r. Tin onl.v man pieent was Itev.
Ur Logan, In whose mind the enter
pilse of starting Hie lloine chlelly oilg-
Inaled. He made a happy little speech
after dinner, In which he told ot the
beginnings of this noble chmliy.
The guests of honor weie: l!cv. Dr.
S. C. l.ogau, Mrs. John Jeimyn, Mis.
("5. L. Dickson, Miss Jennie P.eynolds,
.Mis. (butcher, Mis. W. II. Peiklns,
Miss Mason. The others at tin- table
weie: .Mrs. w. D. Kennedy, Mrs. C. P.
Matthews. Mis. H. II. nipple. .Mis. X.
V. Leet, .Mis. John Center, Mis. W. W.
Watson. Mis, A. I!. .Moffat, Mis. F. W.
Mason, Mrs. K. F. Chambeiiln, Mis. C.
L. Floy, Mis. J. Attleus P.oberton, Mrs.
II. A. Knapp, Mis, I,. H. S telle, Mis. C.
B. Penman, Mis. Hubert Williams. Mlsn
Richmond. Mis C. B. Scott, Mis. L. W.
Those AVho Assisted.
Mis. W. W. Watson was In chiiige of
the dinner arrangements, and her of
foi ts were In llllantly successful. Dm ins
the day Miss Watson, assisted b.v Miss
Conduce Watson and a number of
young gills, served tea. Those who as
sisted at the manageis' dinner weie:
Miss Jessie- Ripple, Miss Van (iecf.
Miss Anne Watson. Miss Calidaco Wat
son, Miss Mabel Shepherd, Miss May
Hackett. Miss Geitiude Jteckvvith.
The Homo was beautlfull.v drcoiated
for the evening enlri talninent with au
tumnal loliage. palms, hydrangea anil
ferns. H was thiough McClintock's as
sistance Unit tin looms presented such
an attractive appeaianoo. Tho big dln-iugr-ioom
was ciowded to the doors
with ft lends who had come to this an
nual lite oiiaslon. The entei talninent
was anaiiffod by .Mis. D. F. Chamber
lain. The ft out low of seats was occupli el
by the old ladles of the institution, Mis.
George, S yens old, at tho end or the
lino; the latest old lad.v, who had been
turned out of doors by an ungratetul
son, midway down the aisle.
When .Mrs. II. II. Iliady came to the
platform and sang like a blid. the old
ladies fixed their dim old ejes on her
and their wilnkled races lighted up at
the inspliatiou ol" the- fnir joting wo
man iu tho blue gown. She gave a num
ber of iharmlrg songs, accompanied by
Miss McT.eod at the piano, and was ic
callcd seveial times.
Miss Jessie Camp Ross, of Troy. X.
Y., gave a delightful piogiauinie ot
lecltatloiis. She Is one of the best In
lorpretois eil hiiinoious dialect on Hie
platfoim. Her monologues aie quite
original and clever, and she has much
abillt.v In the way of Impeisniiation.
She was repeatedly emoted.
The entertainment closed at li.SO. and
many of the guests lingered to look
over tho building. Mis. A. K. Walker.
Hie mation. was complimented lor the
beautlltil order In which eveiy detail
was found. The management Is In
debted to the Delaware. Lackawanna
and Western rallioad lor two engine
headllghl.', which assisted Iu lighting
up the landscape, and were (onvejed
hither b.v the- Sr-i union Railway com
pany. The donations:
Alls. C. S. Weslon ...
-lss Jeanne Dlmmlek.
Air. ) l. Tuyloi
Jin. It. J. POHII'I
Mis. Fianl; II. Council
.Mis. i:. M. Jeun.vn
Mis. (i. F, Whlttemoie
Dr. N. Y. Leet
Mis. John Mortis
Chillies !'. Jonet
Mrs. Kate (J, Pi lie
Mis. Mary T. Phelps
Mats, J, A. Ilobt-i iKin...
W. D. Russell
.Mis W. W. Wat.uii
Mis. W. V. Kennedy
.Mis. t. II, Dale
.Mr. and Mis. J. 1
Mis-. Jului lientir
Mis. L. W. Mniss
.Mis. C. H. Si oil
.Mrs. L", N, Wlllaul
Mis. C. II. Welle-
.Mis. 11. I. Itlohaids
Miss i', .M Spot 1 1
Willlei and Robeit Shauger.
Mis. (!. L. Dickson
Mis, II A. Knapi
$ PI i0
l'J 1 0
Si i o
Orphans' Couit Business.
Judge A. A. Voshurg hold a session ot
Orphans' coutt yesterday, nt which
time the appeal timn the decision of
tho tglster of wills, admitting to pio
bate the alleged will of James Mom no,
deceased, was heatd. Thu appellant,
William V. Monroe, one of tho helis,
coutendb that the will Is void, for tho
teabou that the tollovvlng words me
added ufter the will bad been signed
by tlie- testator and witnesses, the add
ed words being: "1, James Moiiioe,
hereby appoint Maiy Monioe and Will,
lam .Monioe my executing to this, my
will and testnmlnl,."
The appellant claims that this Is a
violation of the Act of Assembly, which
requlifs wills to be signed at the end
thereot. The appellee- olTeied eviclelici
tu show that thy clause appointing ex
ecutors was not wiliten at the same
time as the balance of the- will, but a
few houis afterwaids, and they theie
tore claim that it lb simply a todlell,
which is void, but that the will itself Is
valid and was lawtully admitted to pro.
bate. Attorney John II. Bonner ap.
peuied for the appellant, and Attorney
Jlin P. Qulnnaii appealed for tho re
spondent. Judge Vosburtjr reserved his
In the estute of A. J, Meulll, de-
Makes careful inquirtj
before deciding where
to deposit money ,
Everibody in Scranton knows the
strength, the capita, the surplus and
the unchallenged high standing of the
Thifd National Bank
118 Vyomliijr Avenue.
Where savings accounts, whether large
or small, are given 3 per cent, interest,
0PF.N SATURDAY EVENINGS, 7.30 to (1,30.
Mrs. Robert Williams, ,,,,, ,,,i, ,,,,1 fio oo
P. L. Phillips 1, ,i,i. ,,),,,, ,,,,, , R 00
Howntd Williams ,,, ,,n 1 00
Mrs. Margaret Dptiln., ,,,,,,, ,,, S 00
Mrs, Flank '. Behrocdcr,, 1 (0
W, I K lecl , ,,,,,,,,,,,., ,,,.,, e 00
Ml s. M, It. Kays r, 01
Dr. S. (', Logan,,, '-'CO
Mrs, llniiy .Seymour..,,,. lm
Mts. Callieilnc Phillips,.,,.,,., ., fO
Mis. W, It. Jones,,., ,.,. 2(0
Ml. Maty 11, Von Bergen,. ,, ! 00
Mts. Philip Sehnetl 1! on
Mts, John Itowartlt.,, Ot'
Mrs. Helen I'lanltlln.. 1 00
Mis. KllrabPth llentley 1 00
Mrs. William McMillan 1 03
Mlsn Motion McMillan 1 00
Mis. r. D. Jones -'. 00
Mis. ('. II. Cohen '-'00
Mis, John Hownitl T, (0
Master (leiind It. Williams IT,
Mis. R. J. Ilpunell 20 no
A filends 1 W
Miss I.oiiNd Tenney 1 oo
Mis. Henry Seeley 1 00
OlhciH will be acknowledge later.
Mis, 12. 11. Shuttllff. Inrge iineknge of
clothing: Meldtum &- Scott, piece blench
imislltii Mrs, (', n, Llti(l.nv. large pack
age elothlim: l.aekiiwiiiinn Mills, 12S suits
iiiideiwear: Ml"s Jennie lloddoe, Indy's
coat; P. H. l-'lnlev, piece outing Annuel:
Mis. R. J. llemiell. MeClhitoek. Morel
floial deeoiatlons- C. 15. Mnlivllle, cotli
lesles lo the Home: Mrs, W. It. Jones,
pickles peais: Mis, Catherine Phillips,
canned ft tilt; Mis. llitny Seymour,
fruit: Mis. Doud. fruit: Mis. J. 11. Mere
dith, tomatoes: Mrs. .reihti Williams, coin:
Ladles' Aid society. Pilinlllve chuich,
Piovldeiiee. quilt: Mr. L'-es. tonintoes;
Alls. David Anglemver, plekles: Mrs. Wil
liam Race, ft tilt : Airs, (lauluer. clothing:
Alls, T. J. Reese, clothing: Mrs. William
Blight, ( lothlng, shtodeled wheat: Airs.
Tllus. mittens; Mis. Mniy llnliips, aged
ST, tlueo crib quills, Ocidmllh Bros,,
biiv shoes: Kiamer Ibcis., hats and gloves;
Airs. William McMillan, clothing:: C D.
Ni-iiffi r. three boes bnvs' eaiis,
Airs I.. 11. Powell, baud flour: Mis
A. R. Aloflat. li.iriel apples: 11. Keluil.
IT-pound limn: .1. (1. Sliepheid, ease to
matoes: Acme Alanufaetiulng company,
box baking powder, box corn sliiteh;
Alls. William P. Kennedy, cake; Roj
uolils Bros., baiiel flour: Aloiel Bios, one
dozen bunches eeleiy: Airs. W. II. Per
khi", do7.in glasses elly; Air. Alaiy
Crane, box candy: Alls. A). AIcGuith. one
pound lea: Airs. Thomas Hughes, basket
grapes; :Mis. .1. Ttussoll. peek lice, eoffee,
"liredcled blseult; Itohrvv.isser's bakei.v,
foity loaves btead: W. W. Scranton. bai
iel beets: Mr. B. P. Chambrrlln, r.0-poimd
bail el Hour, two dozen candles; AIiv. I.
R. Brooks, barrel flour; Air". Thomas
IlPlge-I, ciinniiil fruit.
ScheueT Bios., ban el crackers; Mr", C.
P. Matthews, ten bushel apples ban el
flour: Airs. Louis Lohniim. eight bushel
potatoes; Air. and Alls. (1. T. Davis, ease
tomatoes; Mis. T. 11. Dale, hariel Hoar;
Allss Allis Dale, ham: Alls. Jones, (Dun
more), bushel apples, cabbage, eggs,
fluvveis; AMuiry Junior League, vegeta
bles fruit, Icily, provisions; "a filend."
hunch bananas: Airs. 'I'. II. Watklns, two
barrels apples: W. II. Allen, rose rorn:
Airs. A. B. Win num. $-' v.-oith sugar: Alls.
Cornelius Comegvs. lellv, Jam, preset ves;
Prlni.it y school. D.iltou. Aliss Rt-lph.
teacher. I,iri- box vegetable'', fruit and
jelly; Airs, J. P. Bro.idbent, b.irtel flout ;
Airs Jennie B. Tripp, baud flour; Colo
nel B. II. Hippie, bairel oflur.
Alts. .Tallies P. Dickson, can cie.nm,
briskets )ieppeis. tomatoes, squnsb, pan
ned unit. Idly, bairel apples; Airs. Flank
Sdiroeder. fruit, jelly, pickles, biscuit,
potatoes salt; Alls. C, L. Piov. biuel
flour: Airs. jr. P. Simpson, barrel apples;
Mr. John Jeimyn, dozen bottles olives;
Mrs. A. P. Law. two bushel potatoes;
Thomas B. Hughes, lntdiel apples bushel
sweet potatoes: Airs. It. B. Hurley, tur
nips, lia; the Pierce company, bairel ap
ples; Mrs. (. S. Weslon, two bushel po
tatoes; O. B. Caison, Si pounds flout', U
of sugar: J. A. Stevens, ,7)-pouuds flour;
William Bo--er. one box of breakfast cer
eals; Alls. Thomas Lvdelon, .V) pounds of
floui ; P. S. Weston, one bairel of (lour;
C. S. Seamans, two dozen canned toma
toes; Air-. X. Y. Leet. one ease of toma
toes; C. B, Penman, one bartel of fiom;
W. P.. Ilallstead. ono ban el of flour; J. A.
Fritz, one barrel of flour.
D. D. Jones, ohahs and sen lees; Will-
Wc presume that vou are iust now verv Hard nt work with
your l:nll houscclcauing and that every time you turn around
you stumble onto something of gold, silver, glass or some like
material that is badly in need of a "shine."
Hoio'h n preparation that will glvollt ns tjulnkly niiil more sat'
Ufiiutorily thuu nnylhlug oil tho market. It's sort of u "you pre en
lilt! button" nllitlr.
MILLAR'S CREAM PASTE
Warianti'il chemically pure", contains noacUI.
It's always re-idy for use .indtheie's no waste.
for a large bottle.
Walk in and took around.
i KbHJBLIlAN MASS MEETINGl
ub Lyceum Theater, Scranton, Pa.,
Friday Evening, Oct. 24, 1902
jf HON. S.iW. PENNYPACKER,
Candidate for Governor.
HON. JOHN P. ELKIN,
Attorney General of Pennsylvania.
HON. WILLIAN H. BROWN,
Candidate for Lieutenant Governor.
g WILLIAM I. SCHAFFER, ESQ.,
S Supreme Court Reporter,
j and Other Noted Orators.
Hon. J. A. Scranton Will Preside.
9 MUSIC: United fierninu Singing Societies, Lawrence's Band. "
H come: one:. come: all. f
Your Own Ideas
Can be carried out by us with a nicety that will surprise you
when you need a piece of furniture to fit a certain niche in
your home. Our furniture makers and upholsterers are con
stantly turning out handsome specimens from original designs
in any wood or finish that our customers choose. v
SGRAHTOH BEDDING CO.
F A. KAISER, Manager.
Lackawanna and Adams.
l.imi ,t Co, bo.cs of stockings; David B.
Lewis, i nil of lag carpet: Alls. P. F.
Wills, underwear; B. K. Loune, bread;
(!, CI. Biooks, baud flour; C. P. Afar.
thews, ban el llotll : Wlllaul .Matthews,
City and School Taxes 1902.
Tho above tax duplicates are now In
my hands for collection.
F. S. EAIiKER,
Our First Silk Sale
Now Under Way....
We aim to make it an event long to be remembered by silk buyers in Scranton
and vicinity, and for that reason have planned an opportunity for intelligent bargain
huntets that stands without a parallel in the silk selling history of this city.
linpOrtflllt 10 KClllCHlDCr---silks offered in this interesting sale that
was not made expressly for this season's trade. Therefore
Thic Tc NAt o f 1irinr,p Col It is simply a bargain opportuni
11113 15 11 UL d vltdl dlHA ddlU ty intended to make silk buyers
shopping in Scranton more familiar with the unquestionable merits of this de
partment, which lacks nothing either in variety, extent of stock and matchless values
to make it complete. We want the public to fully understand and appreciate these
facts, and all that is necessary to accomplish our aim is to get people in to look and
compare what we have to offer, w.th what they see elsewhere. That is the real
SffTPt flf ThlQ Qo p mm Does the idea appeal to you ? If it does, come
vLlLl Ul 11115 iJaiC. and look even though you don't want to buy.
You'll be sure to talk about it to your friends and that is just what we're after.
To tell the truth, we're not over-anxious to sell these silks ac the figures quoted for
this week. Still you can have what you want of them, if the price appeals to you.
Some Sample Bargains.---rp?'l;srtni0oacted hereare reduced
All Silk Black Taffetas.
19-h Taffeta Silks, worth 45c. at. . . . 39c
19-in Taffetas, guaranteed, worth 65c, 49c
We Are Sole Agents For
1ft Ttir! Guaranteed Black Taffeta
4-0-illUl silks, pure dye and
best finish. During this sale the ifj Titj
For economy, a 48-inch Silk is match
less. This one "is guaranteed for service
Peati de Soie, in Black
The 20-in. 1.00 quality for 85c
The22-in. 1.25 quality for 98c
The 24-in. 1.39 quality for $1.19
The 36-in. 1.45 quality for $1.25
At the regular prices, these silks
had no equals in value. How much
better must they be at the Sale Price ?
Rich Satin Ducltesse, in Black
24-in. extra finish, 85c quality at, . 75c
23-in. extra finish, 1.25 quality at, 95c
24-in. extra finish, 1,75 quality at $1.45
McCONNELL & Co
400402 Lackawanna Ave.