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TltE SCPANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. AFR1L 5, 1897.
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A NEW RECTOR.
i'irst Sermon of Itcv. C. I.. I'ltchott
nt Trinity Kplscopnl Church.
nov. Charles Lee Fltchctt, formerly
of Lunsforil, Pa., yesterday morning
delivered his first sermon ns rector of
Trinity Kplscopal church of this city.
A lnrge conKrejratlon composed In ma
jority of Kptacopallans, nssembled to
hear him. 1'revious to his sermon the
now rector uttered a. idea for the hearty
co-operation of his parlshloneis, say
lucr that hit success and the success of
lit paiUsh depends as much on the lay
men as on the rector. Mr. Fltehett
means to make nn nsBressive IIrIU In
the Interest of th'e church and expects
assistance from all.
He cIiofc as the text of ills sermon
part of Kxodus, xvll:l- "And Aaron
and Hur stayed up his hand3, the one
on the one side ai;d the other on the
lirlefly he paid: "My friends, the
church and the world ntv two antaRo
nlstlo bodies. Tho two great fpt luces,
the one of darkness und the other of
llKlit. are fighting for the souls of men.
1'ntll every soul hows down in nlle
Klance to Christ there can be no end to
this war. Christ when he ascended to
heaven left the church militant to car
ry on this fight. It is a war of exter
mination and every man must do his
duty. As In the fight between the
Anialekltts nnd the Israelites there Is
n place for every one. Joshua fought,
Moses prayed, but still It needed Auron
nnd Hur to stny Moses' hands in his
weariness. Hur, ns we bolleve, was
meiely a lay man nnd dll not make
excuses when needed. He was willing
to work. Nowadavs men set together,
build a church, calls a rector and con
tribute to his salary, nnd think they
are done. They fall to see that they
still have work to dn upholding their
lector's arms. Hector nnd layman to
gether can do a vast amount of good.
The layman often has opportunities for
doing good which never come the rec
tni's way. "They who turn a sinner
from the evil of his ways shall shine
tis fctar in heaven for ever nnd ever."
The burden of your duty Is to give nnd
to do. Don't leave the woik to the wo
men. It Is your work as well as theirs.
I am sure that with the help of Tiin
It's laymen I can do untold good for
the sake and the gloiy of ChrUt."
Mr. Fltch'ett administered the lite of
Ik ly communion at the inornine ser
vice In the evi'tilru l.e preached an
other excellent sermon to a large and
IN A A1UDDLE.
15 ids for the New fell Township
School House llejcctcd.
A new school house at Klmnson Is
required In place of the building which
was burned last winter. Plans for the
, new structure have been accepted and
bids for erecting It were called for. A
meeting was Jield last Thuisday even
ing, and all the meinbets ui the boaid
were present to consider applications,
which were to ba presented before C
The secretary, Mr. Holmes, an
nounced that three bids had been re
ceived, ns follows: Collins z Kennedy.
J2.H1; John 1. Mulligan, $2,130; J. (J.
After these bids hnd been opened nnd
read, another paper was handed to the
secretary, who refused to receive It as
a .bid, since the appointed time had
passed, according to tho notice. Then
followed a warm discussion In regard
to opening tho fourth bid. Several of
'the directors desired to receive It.
Finally It was decided to reject all the
bids und again adveitlse for the woik.
Tendered W. II. Shipmnn, Supcriii
tendcut oftho Coal Co's Works.
V. II. Shipmnn, superintendent of
the Hlchmondale Coal company's
works, has resigned to nccept a simi
lar position ut Pottsvllle. Mr. Ship
man has held responsible positions as
a successful manager at Peckvllle,
Plttston, and for live years at Hlch
mondale. He won the highest es
teem of those in his employ, and on
Monday evening about 100 friends ns
sembled to show their appreciation.
Some time ngo he was presented with
a handsome gold watch as a token of
The position held by Mr. Shlpman has
been given to Frank Iott, who 1ms
qualities which are adpated to his new
position, and is fully competent.
Friday evening while Fred Moon,
ticket agent at the Union station, was
lldlng down Hundaff street ho collid
ed with another bicycle rider, which
resulted In a broken collar bone for
Mr. Jloon. The night was dark and he
did not see the approaching wheelman
until they were both dangerously near
each other. Mr. Moon yelled, but It
wus too late, and when they were en
tangled from the wreck it was found
that Mr. Moon was badly Injured and
Ills wheel smashed. The other rider,
who was Max Shepherd, escaued seri
ous injury, although he was thrown to
the pavement nnd was slightly dazed
for a short time.
Friday evening T. F. Penman, of
Scranton, grand Junior warden of the
grand commnndery Knights Templar,
assisted In the Installation of the olll
cers of Palestine eommandery, of this
city. David Nlcol, of Wllkes-Uarre,
was also present. After the ceremony
a pleasant social time was enjoyed by
the members and visitors.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Misses Ella and Cornelia Stamp, of
Salem avenue, are visiting in Hones
dale. Miss Gertrude Alvord entertained a
number of friends at tea Friday even
ing. Among tlio.so present were Mis.
1,000 yards Ingrain Carpets marked to 18c, 23c,
25c, 29c, 35c, worth from 25c to 50c.
OIL CLOTH SALK-500 yards Floor Oil Cloths marked to 15c, 20c,
25c, H0c. ;i:ic Siiiiai-c Yard, worth from 20c to 50c.
MATTING SALI2-20U yards assorted MutthiK. Sic to 25c. Just one
halt their value,
This sale to last one week only. Tapestry Carpets at cut prices.
W. M. Lnthrope," Mrs. F. it. Vander
ford, Mrs, F. F. Forbes. MIshcs Mary
Waterlleld, Delia ilayloy, Minnie How
en, Maud Hiirnilen, Wllhelmlna Mohrs
and Mrs. Snow, of Pinnipton.
Miss Agnes Hnnnon has returned to
her home In Scranton after n visit with
her nunt, Mrs. Michael Lnngnn, In this
Edward Oordon, of Gardner nvonue,
were quite badly hurt by a fall of rock
at No. 1 shaft last week.
Miss Minnie Morss, of Scranton,
spent Sunday nt tho Morss homestead.
Miss Ellen Heed Mead Is confined to
her homo by Illness.
Miss Mary linker Is visiting friends in
Mrs. Q. W. Slmrell Is entertaining
Mrs. Devcre, of Port Jervls. and Mrs.
A. II. Slmrell, of Scranton.
Dan Plel, of Honesdale, Is visiting
friends In town.
Mrs. D. J. Duncan spent Sunday with
Mrs. Frank Smith, on Garfield avenue.
She will leave today for a visit with
her daughter In Hornellsvllto, N. Y.
Charles Hlrd, of South Washington
stieet, who lias been employed nt the
Van Cergan & Co. works, has accepted
a similar position with the uicKson
Manufacturing company at Scranton.
Hov. William Hlller Is the guest of
Ills son, Fredeiiuk 13. Hlller, of Cnnaan
While nt work In tho "Wilson Creek
mine north of this city, Patrick O'Mal-
ley was severely burned by a prema
tuie blast of powder. He Is Injured on
his arms, face, neck nnd shouldeis.
At a meeting of the Christian Kn
deavor society of the First Presbyter
Inn church of thlsjlty the following of
llcers were elected: x-iesldent, Heniy
Chilton; vlce-piesldent, Minnie Mohrs;
secretary. Nellie Bryden: treasurer,
Lillian M. Hnker.
II. W. Powderly, of High street. Is
sintering from an attack of rheumat
ism. William Wells and grandson, Wells
Courtrlght, of Wllkos-tinrre, nre visit
ing at the home of Mrs. J. E. Watt, on
lllanche Hrooks. of Helmont street,
Is 111 with diphtheria.
Miss HildRCt McDonald and Ktta
Villi are the guests of fiiends In I'j Ice
burg. A lecture will be given this .evening
under the auspices of the Kpworth
league by Hev. N. J. Hawley, of Flori
da. The subject will bo "Scenes and
Sight? In Florida." The lecture will
iao the place of the legular literary
entertainment. Mr. Hawley W the
guest of A. E. Tiffany, of Hlrkett
D. W. Humphrey is the guest of
fiiends In Hinchamton.
At the council meeting on Friday
night the following bills wero ordered
paid: Electric Unlit company, $131.80,
Water company, $17.10; William llutch
ings, $s7.'.ri0; II. W. Walkey, auditor,
$2; W. 11. L,utey, $2; F. h. Depew, S2:
F. II. Clemons, $4.33; Edward Stubbs,
$1; T. O. Hoblnson, 73 cents.
The bond of Treasuier Simpson In tli
sum of $i,000, was read and approved.
The bondsmen nre James P. Sampson,
Saniul Hutchlnss, Henry Sobey, John
Mason, Thomas Kenwood, ' Edwin
Woodworth and John Robinson, sr.
Councilman MoDermott called atten
tion to the fact that tho tax collector
had collected taxes from William Hen
iv. a boy on the East Side, who will
not be of age for some years. The
t-iy.es were fatopped at the pay olllce.
The collector was then Instructed to
refund the money collected. It was de
cided that the borough should put down
Hag walks where they should have been
put down by taxpayers who have ne
glected to do so, and charge those tax
payers for the work done. The burgess
was Instructed to collect all pole taxes.
Miss Mattle and Bessie Hacker, of
Bacon street, are visiting MWs Cure,
Born Apt 11 3, to Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Green, a sen.
Horn April 3, to Mr. and Mrs. James
G. Nicholson, of Second street, a hon.
Llllle Plzer, of Main street, attended
the banquet given by the Independent
Older of Odd Fellows at Peckvllle, on
Mr. Roy Sly. of Carbondale, Is visit
ing his aunt, Mrs. John Solomon, corner
Main anil It streets.
Mls Edna Burt, of Biidgeton, N. J.,
Is visiting at the home of Mi&s Mun
Misses Edith Davis and Mary Swlck
spent yesterday In Carbondale.
Walter, tho little son of Superintend
ent and Mrs. A. F. Gebhnrdt, Is serious
ly 111, suffering from bronchitis.
A wairant was Issued by 'Squire
Helmes on Saturday, at the instance
of Frank Diibnock, for the arrest of
George Iloucklns, on a cliarire of fel
oniously taking and refusing to deliver
to deponent a razor, tho property of
f-ald Frank Drlbuock. Houcklns was
represented by Attorney Carey; Drlb
nock's lawyer not being present, he
asked that the case be adjourned until
Monday night. This request was
Mr. Oomer Davis received .a very
painful injury to Ills hand while nt
work on Thursday last.
The Womans Home Mlsslonaiy so
ciety have postponed their tea from
the 15th to the 22d of April.
Mrs. Edward Nicholson, of BlnKhnm
ton, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jamei
G. Nicholson, on Second street.
A very quiet wedding was solemnized
at the Methodist Episcopal parsonage
on Saturday night by the Reverend
Francis Gendnll. The contracting par
ties were Winifred, daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. William Seymour, of Third
street, and Frank P. Long. The bride
was attended by her sister. Miss Flora
Seymour nnd the groom by Mr. Wil
liam Dawe. They have dispensed with
the customary wedding tour, nnd will
immediately go to housekeeping.
Some little excitement has prevailed
in town for some two or three days
between Charles Shorts, Frank Hay
den nnd William Ogden. These three
men and several others owned a farm
situated In Scott township. William
ugdeu, a short time ago, bought Shorts'
Iiiteiest in the farm, receiving a deed
for the same, and afterward sold his
Interest and that which he bought from
Shorts, to Frank Hayden, ul lug him
the deed received from Shorts nnd a
now deed for the land which he owned
previous to the second purchase. Mr.
Hnyden took the deed given by Short
to Ogden, to n reliable attorney, and
then found it was not a good convey
ance ns it did not give a clear title.
Mr. Shorts, through his attorney, Mr.
Carpets, Draperies and Yall Papers,
419 Lacka. Ave.
Henry MtilliolKvul, n-fuces now to glvo
a new deed to th" land, and as Mr.
Hayden desires n dent title, he has em
ployed Attorney 11. I). (itvy, to Inoli
lifter his IntrrestS.
On Tuesday the Rev. I'VnncIs flendnlt,
who has been pastor of the Methodist
Episcopal church for the iMst four
years, will leave for Oneontn, to attend
the annual conference, which Is held
In that place. Mr. Gendall has made
many frier ds while a resident of Jer
myn, both among his own church mem
beis nnd others, nnd It Is unlver'Milly
hoped that the conference will feeo lit
to return hlin nB pnitor again.
A regular meeting of the Blnkely
board of health was held In tho coun
cil rooms last Saturday evening with
alt members present. The health olll
cer reported that forty-four burial per
mits had been granted for Interment
In the borough for the month of March.
Of these only even died In Illakely
borough. There were only two more
deaths In the borough for the month
of Mnrch than for the same month In
the year of 189. Consldeilng the num
ber of case? of measles and other dis
eases In the borough, the death rate
was consldeied very low. Four births
and one marriage was reported for the
month of March. Ccntaglous disease")
were reported as follows: Diphtheria,
4; scarlet fever, 2; measles, 11. After
several committees hnd leported which
concluded tno buslne3s "t the year, the
board then adjourned sine die. Ex
Burgess llnthawuy presented his cer
tlllcate of appointment as one of the
board to succeed Mr. Ensign, whose
time had expired, and It was accepted.
The benrd then proceeded to reorganize
nnd Sectet.iry S. M. Hogora was chosen
as temporary chairman. II. L Thomp
son was elected to succeed himself as
president for another year. This makes
his foutth ttrm In sueces3lon. Dr.
Fred L. Vnn Slckl" wni nlso selected
as health oihcer.whlch makes his fourth
successive teiin. S. M. Rogeis was also
re-elected as secretory und sanitnry
ollicer for the coining year. This 'makes
his thlid term as setretnry and second
year as sanitary ollicer. The salaries
for the coming year ar as follows:
Health ollicer, $70; secretary, $30; san
itary ollicer, $20. The following com
mittees weie appointed: On printing.
Di. F. L. Van SIckK Dr. J. W. Keck.
and C. M. Hathaway; sanitary com
mittee. E. L. Craig, C. M. Hathaway,
II. 1.. Thompson; committee on burial,
and registration. Sylvanus Smith, H. I..
Thompson; finance committee, Dr. .r.
W. Beck, C. M. Hathaway; committee
on nuisances, Sylvanus Smith, E. I..
Ciaig. II. L. Thompson. An order for
five dollars was ordered drawn on the
h'ltuugli treasurer In favor of the asso
ciated boaivl of health' of Lackawanna
cuunl. The in luting committee was
oidercd to procure what stationery and
oilier printing matters were needed.
A motion was carried that the secie
t:vy write to the council befoie th'e
nevt meeting night nnd ask them to
pass an ordinance compelling nil dogs
running at huge In this borough to be
muzzled from May the flist to October
the first ol each year, nfter which they
II. L. Thompc'on. v ho" picture ap
pears In this morning's Tribune, was
elenf-d lat Satuiday evening by the
Blakelv beard of health as the presi
dent of that board for th' fourth' suc
cessive teim. He has been a member
of ihe board ever since Its organization
and dmlng which time he has always
H. U THOMPSON.
President of the Hlnkely Uourd of Health,
been one of the most active and prom
inent sanltailans in Lackawanna coun
ty. He H also n member of the Asso
ciated Hoards of Health of Lackawan
na county. He was boin In Falls town
ship, Luzeine county, now Wyoming,
fifty-six yea is ago, and In 1873 he
moved to Scranton and engaged In the
newspaper business with J. O. Adams
editor of the Scranton Democrat. He
also vioiked on the Sunday Free Pres.s
for J. C. Coon, and on the Scranton
Times for A. A. Chn. In ISM he
moved to Hlukely where ho has since
resided, following his trade os house
builder and coutrartor. Mr. Thompson
belongs to a family that Is noted for
loiigeity. lie has nn uncle living at
Haiti Mount, '.m ysars of age; an aunt,
f5, end his mother. Mis. J"ue Thomp
son, who aluo itldes at Hald Mount,
is eighty yeais of age.
Last Frld.i evening the following of
ficers of Hniper lodge, 707, Independent
Order of. Odd Fellows, were Installed
b Dii'tilct Deputy Grand Master AV.
11. Stevens, assisted by Past Grands
George W. Thomas, A. V. Thorps,
Fi.tnk L Taylor anil S. M. Halley, of
No. 5S, Ctubondnle: Nnhle grand, C'has.
Pago: vice grand, Chailes Urong; re
coidlng seen tary, William H. Walker:
right mippoiter of noble grand, D. H.
Lathrope; left suppoiter, Ojorge W.
Thomaii; rliiht supt-orter vice grand.
James Wheeler; left support!', David
W. Lewis; Mm den, Alex. Frazler; con
ductor, Asa M. Scott; light scene sup
poiter, Frank Peck; left scene suppon-
word and action
from tho blood; every nerve, muscle,
bone, organ und tlb?uo tleieiuU on tho
blood for its quality mid comllUon.
Cn!w Thoi'oforo lniro
spring blood U absolutely
fM Aril rin a, uecossary to rkrht
bodies. Hood's Siireanarllla is the great
blood imrlilcr und tho best Spring
Medlclno. Therefbro it Is tho great
euro for scrofula, salt rheum, humors,
sore3, rheumatism, catarrh, etc.; tho
grcnt ncivino, Ktrongth builder, anno
tlzer, btomach tonlo ami regulator.
six for $S. rrep.irecl only by 0. 1. Hood & Co.,
Low ell, Mass. (let Hood's and only Hood's.
Hood's Pills UlccnatteriUuceraldcUgMtloa,
rr, Heniy Purdy; chaplain. A. t
Thorpe; Inside gourd, Mason Picker
ing; outside guard, William Wntileld.
sitting post grnud, William II. Cullen
der. After the Installation ceremony
had b "ii emuiuded the members retir
ed to the Central Wheelmen's hall, on
the corner of Main and Mill stiects, at
Noble Grand of Harper Lodge, No. 707,
I O. O. F.
which place their wives, sweethcatts
nnd Invited guests wer? In waiting.
The hall which had been decorated for
the occasion ptesentcd a splendid np
penranee. The evening programme
was as follows: Singing by quartette
composed of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Warne,
D. R. Lnthrop-; and Mini Nellie Glan
vlile; address In the Rev. S. C. Slmp
kln.s on tile principles of Odd Fellow
ship; singing by the Green Ridge quar
tette, Dr. Charbs Treverton, AVIIIIam
Ti Overton, D. R. Lathrope, John
Warne. 'During the evening altout
three hundred were present and enjoy
ed the gaiety and merriment that pre
vailed. Several long tables hnd been
at ranged In a most attractive mariner.
The banquet was served during the
w. ii. cALT.uxnnu,
Sitting Past Grand of Harper Lodge, No.
707. 1. O. O. F.
eeninp by the following ladles: Mrs.
Joseph O. Hell, Mrs. Geoige A. Hell,
Mrs. Willlnm Johns, Mm. William H.
Walker. Mrs. Floyd CSWener, Mrs. J. H.
Gtover, Mrs. Frank Benscouter, Mrs.
U. H. Jathtope, Mrs. Ale.c. Frazler,
Mrs. Mason Plekciing, Mi-a. William
Wnilleld. Ml.-s6s t.ou Mace, Maggie
Hartlett, Alice Tuthlll. Klla Ketchuin.
The leception committee Included Hert
K. Uenjamln. W. H. Walker. Chailes
I'age, W. H. Stevens anil D. n. Lath
rope. At a Veasonn'jle hour all retired
to their respective homei fully con
vinced that the b.iiiiuct of Harper
lodge wus one long to be remembered
rimples, blotches, blackheads, red, roueh, oily,
molliy stln, llchlug. nc.ily ecalp, dry, thin, and
fnlliiii! Imlr, and baby blimliliei prctuted by
Cuticuua Soap, the ruOiteffectboBUlu purify.
InKand beautlfjlngsoapln the world, a wella
purest and swt etest for toilet, bath, und nursery.
I.wMthrourtouttheworld. Pottir r).vrC. Com,
bole l'rop.., lio.ton. nj-'llowto Iknutlry the Skin, "me
l'crm.nently Cure.l hv
Bsimuda and Southern Produce
FKKSH EVERY DAY.
I H. WBL KM H iffl
Jr ! " trwa'watnk
SV1YER DAVIDOW, 307 L
Is one of the reasons of the great success of this business. The prices in this advertisement again posi
tively prove that we sell shoes cheaper than any house in Scranton. it is our aim and our motto of doing
business, to sell thoroughly reliable shoes only, at prices lower than any other house.
537 pair Men's Enamel $3.50 Shoes at $1.49
376 pair Men's $2.50 Russet Shoes at 1.49
475 pair Men's Patent Leather and hand-sewed Rus
set Shoes, worth $3.00 to $3.50, at 1.98
175 pair Men's Fine Calf Shoes, regular price the
world over from $3.00 to $5.00, at $1.98 and $2.48
Child's Shoes at 14c, 39c, 49c and 75c
Boys' Shoes at 69c, 98c and $1.25
Men's Mining Shoes '. 95c
Boys' Mining Shoes Only 88c
Call and examine our goods before buying elsewhere. Remember- there is
and you will surely save money by it.
Philadelphia Manufacturers ot
CLOAKS and SUITS
-121 Lnvkawiumn Ave.
Ladies1 Tailor-Made Suits,
Skirts, Coats,. Capes Etc,
Our method of doing tho Milt and wrnp
Mmltirp iHdlllerent from other liotiHcr We
uiiimtriicttirc, the. rhiirnt rooiIh In our on
work rooms. Wo liny from Importers anil
tiiiinilfiicturers tlio lilglicst climn or good Tor
pot eimh below tlio market prlcet mill glo
our customer better goodn for lem money
than any other house In Sernnton, TIiIm
great openliiK hhIu Is tlio beginning of this
spring's wonderful low-price movement, In
Ladies' SiiJLs, Skirls, Waists and
llroiiilcloth Knits, especially c(I'ectlci Kton
JiieketH, with liolero, roiir dlller- ffi nt;
cut nlunles, worth ifH.Ml P't. Sit
Htvlluli French llrotulcloth Null, lly front
JnciutM, Bilk lined tliroiiKliiiiit, ran I nuked
skirts, cambric lined, regular $1), CC OR
Ktniiilne, Crush, Cloth t'liiiMis Weave Suits,
in nil the new shinies; lmmbuimcly braided.
Knton und HriiiKleubiirg styles, Co OR
Moire Antique .silk HklHs, latest out,
handsomely Mulshed. (iondglO CA OR
llroi'iuleilSiitlu und Silk, skirts, eleg-mt new
patterns, run buck, well lined. (C.4 OR
(looil il Millies iVO
Changeable Tulleta silk Shirt Walsti, nlo
iiinuisoineiisxoriiiieni or innry suit wnism
In styles und shades too nuineioUM to ineii
tlou. SI.DS, S2.DS, S3.1IS' S4.9S
AVe wish to call particular attention to our
flue line of llleyele Hklits nnd SultH at the
cry lowest prices., ,
No Charge lor Alterations.
THE FIGHT IS OVER,
THE VICTORY IS OURS.
We have lots of followers, but
our stildes are too long, our pace
too fast and they fall farther and
Ours is the only first-class mer
chant tailoring establishment In
Scranton making garments at pop
Our Specialties Are
Suits at $15, $18 and $20
We have secured a piece of the
Identical goods fiom which PRESI
DENT M'KINLEY'S inauguration
suit was made. We are now ready
to make suits from these goods. It
is a beautiful fabric, the most per
fect production of an American
W. J. DAVIS,
213 Wyoming Ave., g.
Blue Grass, Red Top,
and Lawn Grass.
Ground Bone and
4 LACKAWANNA ML
CALL UP 3682i
OFPICB AND WARCHOUSC.
Ml TO '151 i.lCRIDIAN STRliCT.
M.W. C0LUNS, Manager.
THE LEADING AND LARGEST MILLIIJERY STORE.
413 LACKAWANNA AVE.
AH tlio bcntirifj of tom-toms runt fiiio talk in tho papers cannot make
stale goods truly interesting. Everything in ourstoro is now
anil bright nntl fresh, of tho best qunlity and at
lower prices than most stores ask for in
ferior and 6ltl stylo goods.
Absolute Satisfaction is Guaranteed or You Get
Your Aloney Back.
,4'tve hundred Trimmed lints iniiito ly the
nest trimmers nnd milliners In Meriiiiton,
best quality or materials. Trimmed In the
height or riiKlihm. I.aii;d Huts, Hiiinll Hats,
l.uciits nnil llonnets,
S1.US, .S2.9S, SMS, S I.DS.
About half what other stoves ask.
Fancy straw Unt, Satin Htniw Hats, l,ueo
Htrtiw Huts, prlcvs,
:iOc, ISc, 02c, 73c, 9Sc.
AU the newest shapes and ninny shapes
that other Mores can't gtt. AlltheneWeolnis.
Everything in Milllinery and Trimmings at Half Other Stores Prices
JULIUS TKAUGOTT, Prop.
For Sale by Protheroe & Co., Hill jc Con
ned and A. U, Strong,
WOLF & WEKZEL,
531 Linden., Opp. Court tiouso,
PRACTICAL TINNERS and PLUMBERS
Solo .ccnts for Richardson -Boynton's
Furnacos and Hangoa.
Nothing; to Hide Here
Therefore, we will tel you right out that the common qualities in this
great stock are all but sold out in every department, bat if you're looking for
higher grade goods at bargain figures now's the time to save your dollars,
for this is a forced sale and its days arc already numbered.
GOOD WINDOW SHADES, COMPLETE, ON SPRING ROLLERS, 10c
lint you nmy want I'lno Hroteli IlnltmulH, tir tliolmore nriinmentitl American makes.
All right; they're lu'ie ut price tluit would only buy common iiiulltleselHehere.
WINIIOW SHADES TO ORDER In any color or Tor liny Mlze ulndow ut buukrtipt llg
ures, to get rltl of the Mode on hand.
HEAVY 11RASS TABLES or LnmnHtumls, former price, 8 1. 00; Bankrupt Sale Price,
PRETTY FIRE SCREENS former price, $1.00; Bankrupt Sale Price, 50c.
BRUSSELS CARPET BORDERS full ltle, mntcli nny ciiipctunil handy for thosa
who ure moving to now homes. Former price, $1.00; Bankrupt bale Price, 40c.
DRAUClttT SCREEN FRAMES. Hiilixtiintliilly miiile, nrtltle In (leslgn, choice enough
tomitlsly ou, Former price, Sl.ol), Sl.T.'i. Bankrupt bale Price, Si.oa.
Worliitis Day und Xiylit, ltut Yo Cnn Take Cure of Your Order
if Placed Quicklv.
406 Lackawanna Ave.,
aselpeacrtyrtote EUROPE, 1897
COST OF TRIP: from Now York to New York, only $260 1
Including All Necessary Expenses. Tickets to Return Qaad lor One Year,
grossing tho KiiKlUhCluinnel by best (tluyl
in i-iuroptf. 1 ne eicgiim new tuin-Ncruu
recently luillt lj tlie Cnunim, wlilcli
uiupiuii. ir.cejKiii iNO'ueuu luuint lescrveu tor euriy ueposiiors.
llOUTi:: New Vorh, Suutliiiiiiitcuit Loudon, Dover. Ostein, lirusscls, l'urls,
Vt.'rsiiillL'.s, Antwerp, Now Vorli.
To Bull from New York by tlio American l.lno now twlu-sctew Bteiuner "ST. PAUL."
WEDNESDAY, JULY 7th, 1897.
(V'lth in Annex Trip tuth: Klilne and Switzerland nt ijo; a Second Annex Trip through It
aly at $i3u additional, London to Strnttord-on-Avon und back (iday;, $8;
Scotland (3 days), $16
Jntlonul Holland Trip, SlOextru; Cycling Tour (Incliiillnt; Bhort trips In Knglund, a day!
iilons the It III ne. nnd i! ihiys through the lilnclc Kurt-nt, 1'urlH and lloUdo
lluulognei 415 e.xtiu, to cocr cost of truiiHportliit; hlcjclc.
roil KuitTiiKH i'aiitk'ulahh addkims
3. N. OALLENUElt, COIL SPKUOE STREET AND WY0J1ING AVENUE,
575 pair Ladies' Shoes, Williams & Clark make, $3.00
Shoes, at $1.69
475 pair Ladies' hand-sewed aud turned Shoes, worth
from $2.00 to $3.00, at 1.49
.76 pair Ladies' Russet aud Black Juliets, regular $2.00
Shoes, at 98c
Misses' Shoes at : 49c, 75c, 98c and $1.29
A great show Iiik of Itlhlxins. ltlhlinnt at
iirh'es iloulily tempting because of the excel
lence or tho goods.
.New Moire ami limeade ltllibons, Nos. 30
nnd III, IOC a yard, worth lire.
Kxtra wide, Nos. inland HO. nil Hllk Moire
Fancy Htrlx nnd llroende Itlblxm nt asc
yord, should lie nuc.
I'lowers, perfect eoplesornll natural llowerH
und folhiKe; many btrlklng and beautiful
Fine ltocs, ioc a bunch.
IVirget-Mu-Nots, ioc a tiunch.
Popples and (Icritnlmns, ajc u bmieli.
rollage, large bunches, 15c, 35c unci Jjcu
113 Lackawanna Avenue.
MINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Vnufactured at the Wapwallopen UlUlk
Luzernn county, Pa., and at Wil
General Accnt for the Wyoming District.
US WYOM1NO AVENUE. Scranton, P
Third National Bank Buildlnc.
THOS. FOTID. Tlttston, Pa.
JOHN B. SMITH & SON. Plymouth, Pa,
E. W. MULLIGAN, Wllkes-Barre. Pa.
Agents for the Itcpauno Chomlcnl Com
ony'a Hlsh Kxploalvcs.
Opp, Entranca Wyoming House,
ccrvlce, via Diner und (Mend
No night travel
American i.iiiu . .s. "i. i-mu,'
ctimeyH the KxourHlon In Hi iIiivh to suutl.
no trouble to show goods
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