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THE SOR ANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNINGS, JUNE tf, 181)7.
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M'GREAVY'S VERSION OF THE CASE.
Ii Shows That Ilicomnn Was Neither
Kolibcd Nor Assaulted.
Bernard MeGreavy camo. down from
Chinchilla yesterday afternoon with
exactly twenty of his friends who he
wanted to use ns witnesses In the case
of nssault and battery and robbery
which Nathan Iticeman brought
brought against him last Tuesday.
It might be remembered that nice
man swore at the preliminary hearing
that JIcGreavy Induced him to enter
a barn and then he pounced upon nice
man nnd took $7 or $S from his pockets.
What seems to be the facts In the case
came out yesterday at the hearing.
Rlceman owed MeGreavy $5 for
calves. Rlceman wanted to buy other
calves and went to MeGreavy for that
purpose. MeGreavy asked him for
money. Rlceman paid over $1.60. Me
Greavy refused to sell any more calves
until the balance of $3.40 was paid.
Rlceman suggested that MeGreavy "set
'em up." MeGreavy complied. nic&
man drank whisky. When Rlceman
got home he brought the suit against
Only one of the twenty witnesses was
sworn. Rlceman's case was dismissed
and he paid tho costs.
JUDGE LYNCH MAY PRESIDE.
Jennings Cnso Hum Itecn Certified to
Judges of Luzerne Count)-.
The suit of John O. Jennings
against the Lehigh Valley Railroad
company and almost every person In
any way connected with the adminis
tration of justice In this county will be
called for trial Monday morning. It is
the first case on the list.
The local Judges, all of whom ore
named as defendants, have certified
the case to the judges of Luzerne
county, and it Is probable that Judge
Lynch will preside over the trial of the
The Dioccsnn Record.
The Diocesan Record, out todayi wll)
describe' the decline of the A. P. A. in
The entire range of local Catholic af
fairs will also be covered.
The Record is for sale at M. Norton's
and on the trains.
Itoncfit r.ntcrtnlitmcnt for tho Scrnn
ton Rescue .Mission.
A musical and literary entertainment
will be given at the Y. M. c. A. Hall
Thursday evening, June 24.
E. Robinson's Sons' SALVATOR
BEER on draught today.
Walt for the opening of the Tripp
Farm Land company's plot.
"The best of all Pills are BEECHAM'S
K. Robinson's Sons' SALVATOR
BEER on drauerht today.
dorwear.Sl.Ol) and fl.00
WATERS, Th3 Halter,
MR. SHOTTEN HAS
SOME NEW CHARGES
They Arc Directed Against Dr. M. J.
Williams, Out'Door Physician.
WERE REFERRED TO A COMMITTEE
Tho Chnrecs Wcro In Writing nnd
tho llcnillng of Them Caused n
Spirited Dolmtc Hctweon Directors
Shottcn nnd l'nlnc--Nunilor of A
pl'icntions for Itullof Wore Mndn to
H10 IImril--Coniprcssor Will Ho
Stnrtcd on Monday.
The mectlnn of tha ioor board yes
terday afternoon had certain excitable
features. Foremost and warmer than
the rest wan an outburst by Director
Thomas Shottcn, of the North End,
against Dr. M. J. Williams, who is
the out door physician for the Hyde
Park and Providence districts.
Tho trouble lias struck fire at never
nl previous meetings, Mr. Shotten pre
senting charges of neglect against Dr.
Williams. Director Paine of tho
West Side, Is Dr. Williams' champion.
Yesterduy the meeting was a very
long one. An unusual number of ap
plications had been listened to with
out any filctton on the part of the
directors. Pieseiit were: President
Langstnff, nnd Directors Brooks, Mur
phy, Fuller, Shotten, Polne and Secre
tary Lynett. The applications had
been disposed of, reports had been
read nnd received when Director Shot
ten arose from his seat and in a
tjuleti way asked that an out-door
physician be granted to his section, the
North End. He wanted the West Side
district divided. Tho office of the pres
ent and solo physician, Dr. Williams,
Is, said Director Shotten, too far away
for the convenience of the North End
Then Director Shotten resumed his
DR. PAINE OBJECTED.
Director Paine slowly and as If col
lecting his thoughts, arose und in a
persuasive way expressed his opinion
that a chnnEO could not be made nt
this time tho board would have to
wait until January 1. Director Shot
ten did not see why this delay. Had
not Dr. Williams taken the position
one year ago? Ho thought the change
could lie made now just as well as on
January 1, 19S. Director Paine could
not be convinced and persisted on a
postponement of a division of the dis
trict. Director Shotten arose and told the
board how difficult It Is to have com
munication with Dr. Williams.
"He has a telephone," interrupted
"Yes," retorted Director Shotlon;
"but Its an old machine and Is not on
the metallic circuit. Ypu can't under
stand what is said. When you talk
to Dr. Williams over the telephone all
he says back Is 'what's that?' 'what's
Director Paine Insisted on this point
that the now physician could not be
appointed at this time. This persistency
llnally brought Director Shotten to his
feet and placing his hand on his coat
Inside pocket he drew forth a paper.
Then, walking over to Secretary Ly
nett, his voice shaklnc from excite
ment, he exclaimed:
"Mr. Secretary, I want you to read
READING THE CHARGES.
Secretary Lynett began to read. The
paper contained a prepared statement
written by Director Shotten setting
forth his grievances. Director Shot
ten first showed the necessity of an
out door physician In his district. He
stated that the North End section was
as much entitled to the services of a
physician as the Hyde Park end. He de
signated the lack of attention as an
inhumanity. The statement grew
gradually In fierceness, names of neg
lected patients were cited and one of
these, Henry Gave, of the North End,
was quoted, by Dr. Shotten to say
among other things that when Dr. Wil
liams called at the house where Gave
boards to attend a patient "his (Dr.
Williams') actions were ungentleman-ly-"
At this point Director Paine sprang
from his seat.
"This is going too far!" he cried. At
the same time President Langstaff wa3
saying something to the same effect.
Dr. Paine continued: "The board has
decided upon a rule whereby such
cases as this will be heard.
Ho referred to the recent'.;
rule of the board to receive all charges
against its officers by committee ap
pointed for the purpose.
"I know," said Director Shotten aris
ing to his feet; "Dr. PaJne has intro
duced a rule making such matters 'star
There was strong objection to this
expression by President Langstaff and
Director Paine. Continuing Director
Shotten was saylns that "this matter
has been before the board before."
TOO MUCH OF IT.
"Yes," Interrupted President Lang
staff; "It has been before the board too
For the time this ended tho rumpus.
Directors Fuller, Brooks and Murphy
sat through It all as spectators only.
After the transaction of minor busi
ness Mr. Shotten, who had re-taken
his statement from the secretary's
hands and consulted for a few min
utes with Director Brooks, arose and
requested that the president appoint a
committee of four to act upon the com
munication. President Langstaff compiled, nam
ing Directors Brooks, Murphy and Ful
ler. This committee will report at the
next meetlntr of the board.
A short session was held after the ad
journment of tho board but the de
cision, If any was made, was letalned
from the press. The letter which Di
rector Shottcn submitted was also
The business transacted by the board
was of great extent. Nearly a score of
personal applications were disposed of,
Ellen Puggan, of Cedar avenue, had
her portion discontinued by Director
Terppe because he had been Informed
she sold liquor. She said the report
was scandalous, untrue. The case was
laid over. The wife of Andrew Pol
ya, tho man convicted of murder and
sent to the penitentiary, applied for
aid. She has two small children. The
board allowed her $6 per month.
Director Brooks reported that the
compressed air pump at the Home will
be started Monday. The report of
Superintendent Beemer showed that
there are at present at the Homo S80
persona. Dra. Qunster and Bernstein
read their reports.
Wnntcd-Tcn Thousand Men
to send their linen to the Crystal Laun
dry. They have the latest, most Im
proved machinery made. 313 and SIS
Adams avenue. '
WEST POINT CANDIDATES.
rourtcon of Them Subjected to Kx
Fourteen hopeful applicants ' were
yesterday examined for tho West
Point appointment from this dlsttlct
Tho examinations were conducted In
the board of control room In the tlty
hall by Superintendent Howell, of tho
rlty public schools; Superintendent
Taylor, of the countv nchuols and
Trofessor Buoll, of tho School ot the
All the phy.Hljal ovnmlnntlons v.cro
to have been mads Thursxliiy night
but there was nn error In announcing
tho time und only six applicants were
cxnmlncd. One of these was rejected.
The nine who have not been examined
physically may not be subjected to it
unless ftom .niona them itr named
tho one principal nnd tho alternate
for the appointment.
Trofessors Howtll, Tnylor and Buoll
relieved each other dttrlnir the day.
As fast as one subject was finished,
the papers wera marked with a ficti
tious name and ijnthered by an nsslm
ant. The examiners will not cnmpnro
tho fictitious names with the real
names of tho applicants slated in sep
arate envelopes until after the result
of the examination i known.
Tho pap?1 will bo mnrl:oi durlnir
today. Tonlsht the bo.ir.l of examin
ers will meet sit the Hotel JormMi ond
compile tho markings nnd thus deter
mine what two candidates havo been
Those who took yesterday's examina
tion were: Eugene H. Fellows, George
F. Orr, Hugh Lynch, Charles Falkow
sky, Jr., John Coleman, Philip J. Vet
ter, Jr., John Jackson, Simon L. A. Nye,
John S. O'Brien, R. E. Duffy, all of this
city; Andrew W. Smith, Waverly; John
T. O'Connor, Priceburg; Matthew J.
Phllbln, Archbald; De Forest Vail,
BOYS STOLE ICE CREAM.
They Avoided Punishment by Pnying
for the Stolen Sweetness.
Detective Molr last night arrested
Arthur Burkhouse, Tommlo Phillips,
Ben GUI lean and Harry Warner, all
from the "hill for stealing a can of
cream from In front pf Albert Shultz's
pharmacy, corner of Mulberry street
and Webster avenue.
The theft was committed'last Satur
day night. Druggist Shultz had per
mitted the can to remain In a hallway,
the door of which was unlocked. When
ho went to look for It the can was gone.
Yesterday the mystery was unraveled.
A white something was seen to decor
ate a pile of garbago In a field near
the store and from this clue the arrest
of the four bovs was made. It was
learned that the urchins gorged them
selves with all they could eat of three
gallons of cream and then dumped the
surplus on the garbage heap.
The boys were taksn before Alder
man Millar on a warrant sworn out by
Chief of Police RobJIng and given a
hearing last night. Tho case was am
icably settled, the boys paying for the
cream and also tho costs of prosecution.
A NATIVE OF PERSIA.
Will Address tho Men's .Meeting nt Y.
.11. C. A. Hall.
Rev. S. Y. Oshana, a native of Per
sia, will be In the Young Men's Chris
tian Association halt on Sunday at 3.45
p. m. to deliver a stereoptlcon addresa
on Persia, Illustrated by over seventy
views. His subject will be "The Po
litical, Social and Religious Life of
Persian People; together with a de
scilptlon of the Recent Armenian At
rocltls." Rev. Mr. Oshana Is at pres
ent a student In tho Jefferson Medical
college, Philadelphia. He has been in
this country for the past two years
and expects to go back to his home In
three years as a physician.
Before icomlng to America he was a
pastor In his native land for four
years. When he returns to Persia It
is his intention to continue his j'attor
al work, nnd at tho same time give his
people the benefit 3f an American edu
cation. All men of tho city are cor
dially invited to be present.
PLANS OF THE NEW FIRE COMPANY.
Committee Was Appointed to Solicit
A committee of five was last night
appointed nt a meeting of the Scran
ton Hose and Chemical company in
the mayor's office to solicit loan sub
scriptions to be used in equipping the
company. The subscriptions will be re
turned when the city purchases the
company s outnt. JJr. u. c Laubach,
?J. M. Boies, Guy Stevens, John H.
Brooks and Charles Beckwlth were ap
pointed a soliciting committee.
R. J. Beamish, Guy Stevens and John
M. Corbett are the committee who will
on Monday leave hero for Baltimore
and Philadelphia and possibly New
York city on an apparatus inspection
FUNERAL OF WILLIAM JOHNSON.
Well-Known Citizeti of the South
Side Lnid nt Rest.
A large concourse of mourners yes
terday mornlns followed tho remains
of the late 'William Johnson, of 723
Irving avenue, to their last resting
place in Hyde Park Catholic ceme
tery. Division No. 22, Ancient Order
of Hibernians, of which the deceased
was a prominent member attended in
The services were conducted at St.
Peter's cathedral where Rev. Thomas
Oarmody celebrated a high mass of
requiem and preached an 'eloquent fu
neral sermon. Tho pallbqarens were:
Pntrlck Reilly, Timothy Kelly. Thomas
Shea, James McHale, Michael Bannon
and Anthony Roache.
THREE DIG MEN IN BLUE.
Tho Now Patrolmen Ilcgnn to Draw
lny I,ust Night.
Tho three new patrolmen Qulnnan,
Peuster nd Watklns passed through
the stage fright ordeal last night on
these boats: Qulnnan on the "hill,"
Watklns on Washington avenue and
Peuster watching the court house.
"There ho goes!"' and "that'a him!"
were thrown at the new blue coats
all night. They mado no arrests. No
ono reported having setn them sit
on tho curb or do anything llko an
old "broom" mlsrh't do.
SOUTH WORKS SHUT DOWN.
Vessels in Converting Dopnrtniont
HcHpoimlblo for tho Idlcnoss.
The vessels In the converting de
partment of tho South Steel works
gave out last night, and It was neces
sary to shut down tho mill.
It Is likely that the works will be
ldlo a day or two In consequence.
E. Itoblnson's Sons' SALVATOR
BEEU on drauprht today,
RAILROAD MEN DINE
Banquet at the Jermyn In Honor of
Gilbert II. Cobb.
PRESENTED WITH A GOLD WATCH
Forty Itnitrond friends of air. Cobb
Gather to Congratulate IIliu Upon
Ills Now Appointment nnd to Wish
Illm Success Upon His J'.ntrmtcc
Into n New Mold or I,nlor--Uo-sponsos
to Toasts ."Undo to u Nuin
Iter of Those Present.
Gilbert H. Cobb, of this city, who
was recently nppolnted division freight
agent for the Pennsylvania road at
Altoona, and who will leave In a
short time to take charge of his now
post, wns Inst nlsht dined at Hotel
Jermyn by his railroad friends. There
Scranton T. Flltcroft, New York, On
tario and Western. rail way; A. G. Thoma
son, Car Servlco association; C. Orchard,
Pennsylvania railroad; D. F. Yost, Le
high Valley railroad; W. D. Thayer, Cen
tral Hnlltoad of Now Jersey; J. C. Mof
fatt, Erie and Wyoming Valley railroad;
W. O. Llddle, Delaware and Hudson Can
al company; II. H. Ashley, Central Rail
road of New Jersey; M. L. Fine, Dela
ware and HildJor. Canal company; C. E.
Salmon, Erie and Wyoming Valley rail
road; It, H. Williams, New York, Ontario
and Western railway: It. E. White. Del
aware and Hudson Canal company; W.
Ii. Pry or, Lehigh Valley railroad; W. L.
Carr, It. J. Foster, Wrtllam Boyd, W. M
Dickson, A, B. Warman, I.lvy S. Rich
ard, B. T. Laccy, Dr. E. M. Green.
Curbondale J. II. Orchard, Dclawaro
and Hudson Canal company; Frank
Smith, New York. Ontario and Western
rallroadr IT. G. Baker, Erie company;
It. F. Mason, Delaware and Hudson
Canal company; N. L. Moon, Delaware
nnd Hudson Canal company: F. E. Burr,
W. J. Hamilton, F. E. Dennis.
NanMooke TJ. W. Curtis, Pennsylva
nia railroad; A. D. Hopple, Pennsylvania
Oneida G. A. Page, New York, Ontario
and Western railway.
Utlca W. F. Hojes, New York, Ontario
and Western railway.
Albany C. L. Thompson, Delaware an!
Hudson Cannl company.
Wllkes-Barrc James P. Dickson, Dela
ware nnd II mil o.i Canal company,
Wllllamsport J. A. Hough, Pennsyl
Blnghamten C. Wadsworth, Delaware
nnd Hud&cn Canal company.
Elmira V. C. Buck, Erlo road.
A. O. Thomnson was toastmaster.
Toasts 'wpre responded to as follows:
"Cheek," Thomas Flltcroft; "Crack
ers and Cheese," D. T. Yost; "Com
rades," W. IS. Thayer; "West Vienna
Station," G. A. Page; "Snap Shots,"
R. E. hlte; "Ooodtellowshlp," AV. C.
Buck; "Switching Charges," J. C.
.Moffat; "Interchange," James P.
Dickson; "Altoona, Pa.," Mr. Cobb.
Following this there were Impromptu
speeches and stories &uoh as only
railroad men can tell.
This Is vhnt they were called upon
to face when they first sat down:
Liddlo Neck Clams.
Pitted Olives (Srranton nnd W'llkes-
Consonuno au "Thompson."
Shad Ron du "Ashley. '
Corn on tho "Cobb."
Mouch Chunk Crabs a la "Koons."
Sweetbreads Saute, "Fraser" Dressing.
Roast "PliiladclpMa Otlleo" Squab.
Stuffed Peppers a la "Strauss."
Puneh Nectarine ex "Hayes."
"Baker" Cakes. "Williams" Ice Cream.
"Orchard" Fruit. Eclair du "Tiel."
"Pryor" Coffee. "Klrby" Oil.
Cigars We Used to Smoke-"Thayer."
A pleasant feature of the affair was
tho presentation of a gold watch to
Mr. Cobb. Dr. Johnson, editor of tho
Wllkes-Barre Record, made the pre
The committee which arranged the
affair was composed of Thcmas Fllt
croft, chairman; Charles Orchard, sec
retary; James P.' Dickson, W. E. Thay
er and D. T. Yost.
SKETCH OF MR. COBB.
Mr. Cobb Is a railroad man of twenty
four years' experience. He was born In
Baltimore In 1857 and entered the ser
vice of the Philadelphia and Reading
In 1875. The following year he engaged
with the Pennsylvania road, serving
as clerk at Sunbury and Shamokin for
several years. He also filled a sim
ilar position at Nantlcoke for nine
months, and was agent at Wllkes
Barre for three and one-half years. He
has been In Scranton over six year,
act.ng as traveling passenger agent,
and having as his territory portions jf
Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey,
Vermont and Mabaichusetts.
His new position is one of the most
responsible and Important of Its kind
within the gift of the company. Hli
territory will Include the main 11ns
between Johnstown and Harrlsburg
and all its connections.
TWENTY SALRS BY SHERIFF.
.Majority of Them Wcro Nought in by
The following properties, were sold
by Sheriff Clemona in the arbitration
room yesterday morning:
Troperty ot E. It. Grllliths in Hyde
Park, Scranton, to W. Gaylord Thomas,
attorney for $-7.75.
Two pieces ot property of Catharine and
Hrwln DIe'J-Jcker in .Madison township, to
D. C. Newcomb, attorney, for J300.
Four pieces of property of same defend
ants in tamo township to George D. Tay
lor, attorney, for 11,525. b
Troperty of George Kletcher, adminis
trator of Ann Kleteher, on Meridian
street, Scranton, to I). U. Iteplogle, at
torney, for $32.93. '
Property of William D. Jan es and Anna
James, on Sixth avenue, Scranton, to
John 11. Fellows, for $15.01.
Property of Kva PUscr, administratrix,
In Tenth ward, Scranton, to M. J. Dona,
hoe, attorney, for $33.88.
Property of Thomas P. Harris, In Old
Forgo township, to M. SI. Williams, for
Property of Patrick' Healoy, In Oly
phant, to P. W. Stokes, attorney, for
Property of John arlflin, on tho Boule
vard, to T. F. Wells, attorney, for $1,825.
Property of Georgo C. Callahan, on Lu
zerne street, Bcranton, to Joseph O'Urle.i,
attorney, for $130.
Property of Sophia Beemer, administra
trix of the estate of Henry Welngard, In
tho Tenth ward. Scranton, to I. V.
Stokes, attornoy, for $15.54.
Property of Thomas F. McCormack, In
Ulakely borough, to F. W. Flcltr, attor
ney, for $1,710.
Property of Henry Drunlg, William Ilru
nlg, Charles Drunlg and Frederick llrunlg,
on Main street, Carbomlale, to A. T,
Searlo. attorney, for $37.89.
I Property of Webster S. Hoss and Alva
Li. ltoss, in West vmngion, to uenrge w.
Darton, administrator of William narton,
deceased, for $1,400.
Property of P. J, Durko and Annie "M,
Burke, In Winton, to Charles Robinson
Property of John Qrimn, upon Ira
Tripp's iilot of lots lying botween In tho
Delaware nnd Hudson railroad ntid the
Lackawanna river, northeast of East
Market street, to Warren & Knapp, at
torneys, for $13 53.
Property of John VoKOlbacttcr, of Mndl
ton township, to C. S. Woodruff, for $y.
Property of Joshua Zocharlas, In Lfc
high township, to I. S. Cnso, trusteo. for
Property of William nnd Oustavus Kin
back, on South Main street, CarbonUale,
to William B. Lindsay.
FATAL PREMATURE BLAST.
Killed Pntrlck lltighos While nt Work
in tho Diniiiond Mine.
Patrick F. Hughes, son of Stephen
Hughes, employed as a miner at the
Diamond mine, was Instantly killed by
a tirematuro blast at 9 o'clock yester
Mr. Hughes had prepared a hole to
fire a shot when the squib which was
a defective one exploded the powder In
the hole prematurely. Mr. Hughes wus
but a few feet away when the explo
sion occurred. Ho wns knocked down
and completely covered with flying coal
loosened by the shot. Fellow minors
hurried to his assistance, but he was
dead before they got him from beneath
Mr. Huches lived with his wife and
four children at 524 Emmet street, and
was one of the best known and most
highly respected citizens of the AVent
Side. Ho worked for more than flf
teen years in the steel works nnd was
considered one of its trusted and most
valued employes. He started to work
In the mines when tho mills closed
down some time ago.
Deceased was a brother of James,
Michael, Thomas and John Hughes and
Annie, Mary Delia and Julia Hughes.
The funeral will take place at 2.30
o'clock Sunday afternoon from the fam
ily residence. Interment in the Hyde
Park Catholic cemetery.
Will Itcopon Wcilnosdny.
Dunn, the hatter, will reopen his
store on Wednesday, June 9. Tho
htore has been refitted handsomely and
the stock will not only bo new but the
very latest novelties of the season.
Now go at once to tho sale of goods
in the Wyoming House If you want a
E. Robinson's Sons'
BEEU on draught today.
The best G cent cigar In the city Is
the "Court House." Warranted full
Havana fillers and Havana wrappers.
Cuban Clpar Store, 221 Washington av
enue F. Armengol, proprietor.
Twlnlntr, optician 125 Penn avenue, In
Harris' drug store. Hours 9 a. m.. S
E. Robinson's Sons' SALVATOR
BEER on draught today.
To Cure a Cold in Ono Dny.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
fails to cure. 25c.
11111 OF PRICE
There you have our platform - our business
foundation our dally endeavor to give you
the most for tho least nnd Ithe balance of
this week will bo nn illustration of what we
can do for you In tho way of Price and Styl
Children's Trimmed Hats 98c
Ladies' TrimmeJ Hats $1,48
Wo wish to convlnco you wo can servo you
p-ilter tlum any other store In Scranton is
able or willing to do.
A, R. SAWYER,
132 Wyomin? Ave.
Special prices on small
lines at manufacturers
Br fill KBUHfiiarHnriTi
WHOLESALE U lilllill
On nnd after Tuesday, Juno t, the
hours for ladles at tho Turkish Baths,
Mi Linden street, will bo from S.30 a.
m. to 1.80 p, m. every Tuesday and
Friday. No admittance for ladles af
ter 12 noon on theso days.
M. J. Purccll.
Wo are still dol'nc business at tha
same old stand where we have been for
twenty-two years past and most re
spectfully solicit the patronage .of the
public as heretofore In awnings, tents,
flags and all kinds of society goods
S. J. Fuhrman & Bro.
Miss Carolyne V. Dorsey, teacher of
elocution, oratory and delsartc, 107 Wy
A GREAT CRASH IN
For Two Days Only,
June 5th, and flonday, we
39c Hammock for - 29c
63c Hammock for 53c
98c Hammac'( for 88c
Our $1.74 Hammsck for $1.48
Our $2.98 Hammock for $2,25
This is the most remark
able offer ever made by any
firm in this city, and we cor
dially invite all who are in
terested to call and examine
these HAHnOCKS which
will be sold exactly as adver
tised. Remember, this offer
is only good for the two days
Ily tho use of my new local nnaesthettc. No
sleep-producing ngent. It is simply lupplled
to the Rums and the tooth extracted without
All other dentnl operations performed posi
tively without puln.
WARRANTED 5 YEARS.
These are tho samo teeth other dentists
charge from 1& to $25 a set for.
TEETH WITHOUT FLUTES.
Gold nnd Porcelnln Crowns; Gold, Bllver
and Cement Fllllngx. nt onFlmlf tho usual
cost. Examination free. Open oventngs 7 to
8. Sundays O to ll a. m.
316 Spruce Street,
Next Door to Hotel Jermyn.
Goads at less thau one-half price, Open
BEST SETS OF TEETH, $8,
Including tho painless extracting of
teeth by an entirely 0017 process.
S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.,
331 Spruce St, Opp. Motel Jermyn,
Will show you that we
have the right sort of goods.
A purchase will convince you
that our ideas of profits are
equitable ideas. The wear
that our carpets will give you
will prove our claim that we
sell the best carpet that is
possible for the price.
320 Lackawanna Av&, Scrapton Pa.
Wholesale nnd Kctnll
ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD,
Ready 'Mixed Tinted Paints,
Convenient, Economical, Durable.
Producing Perfect Imltntlon of Expensive
Rnynoldg Wood Finish,
Especially Designed for Insldo Work.
Marble Floor Finish.
Durable and Dries Quickly.
Paint Varnish and Kal
PURE LINSEED OIL AND TURPENTINE.
The Finest Line of
Ever seen in Scranton. Silver
Gilt and Silver set with Ame
thysts, Carbuncles. Garnets
and Turquoise, mounted on.
Silk, Leather and the latest
Thing, Leather covered with
May be found at
MERCEREAU & CONNELL'S,
AGENTS FOR REGINA MUSIC BOXES,
130 Wyoming Ave.
Sohmsr Piano Stands at the Head
AND J. W. GUERNSEY Stands at the Head
in tho Muslo track. You can always get a
hotter bargain at bis beautiful wnrerooms
than nt any other placo In the city.
Call and see for yourself before buying.
205 Washington Avenue,
J. VV. GUERNSEY, Prop.
213 LACKAWNNA AVENUE.
Has full-and 'complete stock
of all the latest up-to-date
Belts, Waist Sets,
Rogers' Silvar -Plated Ware,
Sterling Silver Loops,
at the very lowest
possible prices at
213 Lackawanna Avenue.
LACKAWANNA LUBRICATING CO,
1212 CAPOUSE AVE,
The Eye Specialist
Is now nt his new qimrters at
215 Lackawanna Avanua, in
Williams' Shoe Store
Ho lms fitted up n flno Optical I'nrlor,
whero lie examine the eyes freo anil price
forHpectnclcHuro the elieanest In the city.
Yon can set tho very latest denlgns In frames
or frameicss trlminliiKS. lie has been In this
city for a number of years and has always
guaranteed satisfaction nnd will continue to
do the Mime. All nervous headaches can be
relieved by Retting the proper glasses ad
J inted to your eyes.
DON'T FOROET TUB PLACE.
215 Lackawanna Avenue
In the White front Shoe Store.
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