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TILE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MOItNINGr, SEPTEMBER 23, 1897.
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JJavo opened a General Insurance Ofllco In
Tiie Traders Hoi Hi Bit
Eest Stock Companies represented, l.nrgo
lines especially solicited. Telephono 18U3.
1 BEFORE BREAKFAST.
The cooking lectures continue to at
tract many ladles each morning at St.
Luke's parrlsh rooms.
It Beems probable that on Saturday
the Thirteenth regiment will nil the
aching void left by their absence in
The probabilities are that, unless an
Immediate and ueneroua response la
made to the request for financial aid,
the Hostel of the Good Shepherd, on
Capouse avenue, will have to close.
This Institution was opened by Brother
Francis, who is connected with the city
mission work of St. Luke's parish, and
has received its only support from a
few benevolently inclined and public
spirited members of that parish. It Is
not a parish Institution, however, but
was opened for the purpose of provid
ing a place for convalescents from the
city hospitals to recuperate. Often,
owing to a congested condition, pa
tients are obliged to give way to a
more urgent case and It is for this
class that the hostel opens Its doors.
Brother Francis, himself, gives time,
strength and nursing to the inmates.
Only recently he was compelled to re
fuse the admittance of two patients
from the Lackawanna hospital, who
did not require Bpeclal attention, but
needed only time for a full restoration
of their health. But t!io Inexorable
law of necessity prevented their stay,
owing to the already overcrowded state
of the hospital. It remains with the
Benevolent public to decide as to a
continuation of the hostel of the Good
Many amusing Incidents occur dally
in naturalization court. Yesterday a
candidate for citizenship was mixing
eome very bad English indiscrimin
ately among some very good Oerman
and the court Intimated that tho man
was not able to speak English quite as
fluently as a citizen should. Somewhat
nettled tho applicant replied that ho
could read English all right and that
it was unreasonable for the court to
expect it to "come all at once."
Another applicant was asked who the
president of the United State is. "Mr.
McQuay," was the prompt reply, with
the assurance of a man who knows ho
"Who is the governor of Pennsylva
nia?" asked Judge Archbald of one
candidate who was before him. "Wil
liam Connell," was the answer.
Judge Edwards was questioning a
man from tho Third ward who was
vouched for by School Controller Henry
J. O'Malley. The man had been in this
country a number of years, but never
went to the trouble of securing papers.
"I suppose you have frequently ex
Suit and Overcoats.to your
measure, tit guaranteed,
Mixtures. Cheviots, Worst
eds, Checked and Striped
floods. 300 pattorns. W.G.
jiuriuaot wu , Tailors, (
jiruauwuy, now I uric.
Waters, The Matter, UOfS
Luckawunnu Ave., wilt show
you samples and take your
order and measure
orcised the right of frnnchlso?" queried
"Well, there's no use of lying about
It,' 'answered tho candidate. "To tell
you the truth, I havo voted a few
Another applicant who has been In
the country for twenty-three years,
said ho had never voted, but once In
awhile "used a llttlo Influence."
V. I. Crnno Is on a business trip to
New York city.
Dr. J. J. Kelly, of Carbondnle, was a
visitor hero yesterday.
W. J. KaJin, tho well known printer, Is
critically HI at his homo on Cjuincy ave
nue. John J. Murln, of South Washington
nvenue, Is Iltliig at Buffalo and Niagara
MisiIlosoMclInle and her niece, Rosalie,
Burns, are homo after a month's visit to
friends In Philadelphia.
R. II. Freeman, of Blnlrstown, N. J.,
formerly of thU city, has been hero for tho
past few days on bushiest.
J. A. Wisncr and son, S. H. Wisncr. of
Brooklyn, N. Y are guests nl tho homo
of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. V. Kingsbury.
Mi Anna Bevnn, of Wllkes-Uarrc, is
being entertained at tho home of Luther
Edwards, on Wayno avenue, North Scrun
ton. Miss Cecilia Bchrocder, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Conrad Schrooder, has returned
from Germany, whero sho hns been for
tho past few years completing her educa
tion. SQUANDERED A FORTUNE.
Ten Ycnrs Ago Crorgo Vcnl Wns
George Veal, who died Tuesday night
at tho Lackawanna hospital, was only
37 years of age, but during that period
he expciienced some radical ups and
downs. In ten years Veal dissipated
a fortune of $30,000 and ho was ad
mitted to the hospital last Friday as at
cidlnary patient. Disease and shatter
ed hea'th caused death.
Veal led an eventful life. Born in
this city, ho grew up a hard-working
young man. His fathsr, Charles Veal,
was an engineer on the Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western railroad,
and the son naturally took to the rail
road and rose from a brakeman to
conductor, to fireman, and finally to a
trusted engineer. Ten years ago
Charles Veal, his father, met with a
tragic death. Ho fell from a moving
box car in the Delaware, Lackawanna
and Western yard and was Instantly
killed. He had been thrifty and care
ful in his habits and when his estate
was settled up it was found that the
banks in this city held nearly. $30,000
to his credit.
Geoige Veal, the son, then 27 years
of age, was the only surviving child
and to him tho money reverted. The
fortune turned his head. He gradually
sank into a life of reckless riot nnd
the money slipped rapidly away. With
their son, Charles, who is now 17 years
of age, Mr. and Mrs. Veal lived at
Green Itldgo in a handsome residence.
The reckless disregard for the value of
money that Veal showed was a con
stant source of wonder to his neigh
bors, who finally began to complain of
the disturbances caused by the com
panions that visited Veal at his home.
As his fortune dlsappeared.Veal's cred
itors became pressing and the house
and lot at Green nidge was sold. Then
the Veals moved to Stroudsburg and
George went to work on the railroad
again, nnd it was apparent that all of
tho $30,000 had disappeared.
Three weeks ago Veal was compelled
to go to bed from a dl&ease which
troubled him for several years past.
The phvslclans who were called ad
vised that the man be sent to the
Lackawanna hospital. This was dono
last Friday, but ho could not recover.
Ills wife called to see him once white
he was at the hospital, and at her re
quest the remains wero removed yes
terday to tho third floor of No. 321
Centre street. Tho funeral will take
place from that number at 2 o'clock
COMMITTEE HAS ORGANIZED.
Will Itcceivo Subscriptions for Fami
lies oOIen Killed nt Lnttiiucr.
Tho committee of twenty-flw elect
ed last Sunday at tho massmeetlng on
tho South Slds to protest against the
shooting at Lattlmer met last evening
and organized. Charles Hursa was
elected chairman; A. Langerfleld, sec
retary; John Bockelkamp, treasurer;
G. Itahs, J. Hirsehler, and F.Spreck
The secretary was authorized to is
sue 200 subscription lists with section
four of tho resolution adopted at the
massmeetlng at their head, namely:
"That we extend to the widows and
children of those who wero murdered,
our sympathy, and will aid them in
their needs to the best of our ability."
Tho committee will cooperate with
the others and report at a public meet
ing next Sunday at F p. m., at Work
mens hall on Alder Street, near Pros
City nnd School Truces, 1807.
City and school taxes for the year
1897 are now In my hands for collection.
A penalty of 4 per cent, will bo added
on all taxes remaining unpaid after Oc
tober 1, 1897, and un additional penalty
of 1 per cent, on the first of each and
every month thereafter until paid.
Taxes remaining unpaid after Novem
ber 1, 1897, will be placed In the hands
of collectors as provided by on act of
assembly approved May 23, 1S89.
C. G. Boland, City Treasurer.
City Hall, Washington avenue. Ofllco
hours 9 a. in. to 5 p. m.j Saturdays 9 to
Dallas Fair, Tuesday to Friday, Sept.
2S to Oct. 1. 1897. Come every day. A
new attraction will await you. The
Myrtle Peek Combination of riders nnd
dilvers is a great show in itself. A
lady riding and driving the fastest
horses in the world is a feature. A
running horse, without rider, wilt com
pete with Miss Peek for championship
honor3. Tho horso is so trained that
he starts at the word from tho Judges,
runs his race and returns to the wire to
await the Judge's decision. Every day
at the Dallas Fair.
John Itiiymnnd Institute.
Are you coming? Skilled teachora
waiting to enrold you In any classes
selected from tuvnty-flvo branches,
$10 pays all tuition. Inquire at Y. M.
C. A. building for full prospectus.
Tho prices for "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
at tho Lyceum, Saturday afternoon
and evening, will ho: Matinee, 15 and
25 cents; evening, 25, 35 and 50 cents.
Margaret Mather will give the most
elaborate and artistic performance ot
"Cymhollnc" at tho Lyceum Friday
for talo cheap. Architect Brown.
TWO BUSY SESSIONS
Stale Socicly Yesterday Had Its Time
INFORMAL EVENINQ RECEPTION
Was Held nt tho Scrnnton Hlcyclc
Club Houses-Visiting Lndlcs Given
nn Afternoon Carriage Itldo Over
Kuds with This Morning's Business
.Scsslon.-A Trip Over tho 1). nnd II.
Gravity Tills Afternoon.
The Homoeopathic Medical Society
of tho State of Pennsylvania yester
day held a morning and afternoon ses
sion in tho board of trade rooms, and
in the evening participated In an elab
orate reception at tho Scranton bicy
cle club house, together with a large
number of the city's best known men
Tho close of the convention will b
marked by tho final business session
this morning and a trip to Fnrvlew
this afternon over the Delaware and
Hudson railroad In a special train
chartered by tho Homoeopathic Medical
society of Northwestern Pennsylvania,
Yesterday's morning session was de
voted to tho reading and discussion of
papers on clinical medicine, ophthal
mology, otology and laryngology. The
following papers were read: Dr. Clar
ence Barrett, of Philadelphia, "Clini
cal Experience with Locomotor
Ataxia;" Dr. W. Dod Bayley, of Phila
delphia, "Tho Acutely Unconscious;"
ur. j. ij. uiosson, of Philadelphia.
"Intestinal AVorms;" Dr. W. C. Goodno,
of Philadelphia, "Circulatory Organs
of tho Aged;" Dr. D. S. Klstlor, of
Wllkes-Barro, "Salient Points In the
Cure of Chronic Disease;" Dr. C. W.
Iloberts, of Scranton, "Disorders of
SIpop;" Dr. E. n. Snader, of Philadel
phia, "Bad Nauhelm Treatment, of
Heart Disease." The foregoing wereun
ler the head of "Clinical Medicine."
Other papers on that 3ubjc;t and re
ferred to the publication committee
wero: Dr. T. H. Carmlchaol, of Phila
delphia, "Neurasthenia in Uie Light
of tho Neuron Theory;" Dr. F. M
Lawrence, of Philadelphia. "Statis
tical Study in Locomotor Ataxia;" Dr.
M. D. Youngman, of Atlantic City,
Pulmonary Diseases in the Climate
of Atlantic City."
Under tho head of ophthalmology,
otology and laryngology tho following
papers were read: Dr. William Spen
cer, of Philadelphia, "Resume of Pro
gress;" Dr. W. H. Blgler, of Philadel
phia, "Congenital Amblyopia;" Dr. II.
K. Hoy, of Altoona, "Nasal Dilation;"
Dr. II. F. Schantz, of Reading, "Ade
noid Vegetations in the Naso-Phar-ynxj"
Dr. ir. s. Weaver, of Philadel
phia, "Acute Follicular Tonsllltls;" Dr
II. F. Ivans, of Philadelphia, "Galvan
ism;" Dr. A. B. Norton, of New York
city, "Examination of the Eye;" Dr.
G. W. Stewart, of Philadelphia, "Pto
sis Its Surgical Treatment."
President Miller, of Pittsburg, pre
sided In the morning, but in the after
noon tho vice-president. Dr. W. H.
Kelm, of Philadelphia, occupied the
In the afternoon the following papers,
under the head of materia medica.were
read: Dr. Edward Crauch. of Erie,
"Gelsemlum;" Dr. J. D. Boiteau, of
Philadelphia, "Reasons that Contrib
ute to Failure In Homoeopathy;" Dr.
P. S. Duff, of Great TJoU "T'nnM.,1,,
Tinctorla;" Dr. Mary A. Cooke, of
Philadelphia, "Nitric Acid;" Dr
Charles Mohr, of Philadelphia, "Hom
oeopathic Uses of CIna." The paper of
Dr. C. S. Mlddleton, of Philadelphia,
on "Fragmenta," was referred unread
to the publication committee.
Two excellent obstetric papers read
were: Dr. T. J. Gramm, of Philadel
phia, "A Biographical Sketch of Ignaz
Phillpp Semmelwelss, Commemorating
the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Intro
duction of the Antiseptic Method;"
Dr. G. M. Christine, of Philadelphia,
"Consideration of tho Surgical Aspect
of Obstetrics." The following papers
were referred: Dr. F. R. Schumucker,
of Reading, "After the Baby is Born;"
Dr. Pearl Starr, of Bellevue, "Clmlfuga
Up to tho close of yesterday's busi
ness tho following bureau chairmen
had been appointed to serve during
the next year: Dr. R. S. Marshall, of
Pittsburg, pathology and pathological
anatomy; Dr. C. S. Raue, of Philadel
phia, paedology; Dr. S. M. Relnhart, of
Allegheny City, surgery; Dr. W. J.
Martin, of Pittsburg, sanitary science;
Dr. I. B. Gilbert, of Philadelphia,
clinical medicine; Dr. H. B. Bryson, of
Pittsburg, ophthalmology, otology and
laryngology; Dr. August Komdoerfer,
of Philadelphia, materia medlca; Dr.
Margaret Hnssler, of Allentown, ob
stetrics. An afternoon carriage ride given the
visiting ladles over Elmhurst boule
vard developed a most delightful bit of
entertainment. The carriages left here
about 3.15 o'clock. After reaching
Elmhurst tho party inspected the
homoeopathic sanitarium, lately the
Hotel Elmhurst, recently opened by
Dr. W. H. II. Bull, ot Atlantic City.
Dr. Bull, by tho way, was this year a
member of the state homoeopathic so
ciety's bureau of obstetrics.
Before leaving Elmhurst the party on
invitation was received at the homo of
Colonel and Mrs. U. G. Schoonmaker,
where n delightful hot lunch was
served. Tho refreshment was most ac
ceptable, particularly on account of the
chilly, penetrating air encountered on
the mountain drive.
LAST NIGHT'S RECEPTION.
Last night's reception at the Scran
ton Bicycle club house proved a high
ly successful event. It was decidedly
Informal and that fact perhaps contrib
uted largely to the unusual pleasure of
tho occasion. It was planned Jointly
by a committee of physicians and a
larger committee of physicians' wives
and the wives of some of tho city's best
known new school constituency. On
the former commltteo wero Drs. A. A.
Llndabury, G. J. Berllnghoff and J. W.
Tho commltteo of ladles received.
They wore: Mrs. Henry Belln, Jr.,
Mrs. L, T. Oakford, Mrs. C. D. Simp
son, Mrs. D. B. Ware, Mrs. A. A. Lln
dabury, Mrs. J. W. Coolldge, Mrs. V.
D. Brewster, Mrs. F. W. Lange, Mrs.
Theodore" Sureth, Mrs. C. W. Roberts,
Mrs. G, J. Berllnghoff and Dr. Anna
Soon after 8 o'clock the guests began
to arrive and It was nfter 11 o'clock
before the reception had ended. Music
was furnished by Bauer. Quito an ex
tended period was devoted to dancing.
A running supper was servo by Han
Icy. Following is tho programme for this
BUHEAU OF GYNAECOLOGY.
John E. Jarr.os, M. D Philadelphia
B. F. Rctts, M. D Philadelphia
"Tho Surgical Treatment of tho Irreduci
ble Form of Uterine Anteflexion."
Margaret M. Hnssler, M. D ...Allentown
J. II. Bundle, M. D Plymouth
"A Case of Ovarian Tumor."
Emma T. Scluelner, M. D ...Philadelphia
"Somo EiTeots of Cycling."
J. H. Thompson, M. D Pittsburg
"Pelvic Hoematocele, with Illustrative
Julia Gould Waylan, M. D... Philadelphia
Final Report of tho Board of Censors.
Conclusion of Reports and Discussions.
Report of Committee on President's Ad
dress. Unfinished Business.
Election of Officers.
Selection of Placo for tho Next Meeting.
Appointment of Committees.
Announcement of Bureaus.
It wns voted yesterday to hold tho
election nt 10.30 o'clock In order to per
mit tho attendance of many members
who Intend leaving about noon for their
John II. Thomas Will Again Be Chair
man of the County Comralltec In
duccd to Accept Yesterday.
A meeting was ncld Tn tho Central
Republican club rooms yestorday.whlch
was attended by the Republican coun
ty candidates and Chairman M. W.
Lowry.of the recent Republican county
convention. At this meeting John II.
Thomas was made chairman of tho
JOHN H. THOMAS
Will Bo in Charge of the Republican
Campaign This Fall.
county committee: Hon. A. T. Connell,
secretary, and D. W. Powell, treasurer.
An executive committee was also
named and the members of it will meet
Saturday afternoon with the olllcera of
tho commltteo and tho candidates for
the purpose of selecting a county com
mittee. The county committee's headquar
ters will bo In the Central Republican
club rooms, on Washington avenue.and
after Saturday headquarters will bo
open every day until election, Sundays
excepted. The secretary, Hon. A. T.
Connell, will bo in charge of headquar
ter. John II. Thomas has served two
terms a3 county chairman and when
asked to again accept the position was
loath to do so. County Commissioner
Giles Roberts was then talked of, but
when asked to servo as chairman by
tho candidates he was compelled to de
cline, because ho could not give the
time to the position that it would re
quire. Then tho candidates again turned to
Mr. Thomas and urged him to recon
sider his determination not to be coun
ty chairman. At yesterday's meeting
the candidates succeeded in inducing
him to accent the chairmanship, and
ho will at once take charge of the cam
paign. That means that a vigorous
battle will be waged and decisive vic
tory won in November.
VOLUNTEER FIREMEN MEET.
Discuss tho Approaching Pnrndo of
tho Fire Fighters.
The Volunteer Fireman's association
of this city held a meeting last even
ing in Durr's hall and made further
arrangements for the Fireman's day
parade. They decided to have the old
hand-cnglno In line again this year.
A committee was appointed to secure
a suitable room for the entertainment
of the visitors on that day and on mo
tion one carriage will bo supplied In
the parade to accommodate President
A. E. Vorhees, of tho local association;
ex-Chief Charles W. Roesler, of this
city; ex-President Thomas F. Noone
and ex-President Salem S. Thomas, of
the State association, who is also the
oldest fireman in tho state. Mr.
Thomas will bo at Wllkes-Barre dur
ing convention week.
The Board ot Fire Engineers and a
commltteo from the association will
confer tonight regarding the parade.
Educational Ilnllv Tonight.
The Educational Commltteo of thq
Young Women's Christian Association
has provided an interesting and In
structive program which will beglm
tonight at 7.45. Prof. W. 11. Butsir
and Prof. James Hughes will give)
shart talks. Music will be furnished
by Mrs. Brewster, Miss Huber and
Miss Long. The introduction of teach
ers will follow by registration social.
Both' ladles and gentlemen are invited.
It being Impossible to substitute an
acceptable attraction for that booked
for tho current threo days, and which
disbanded, Manager Davis prefers to
have his house dark. On Monday next
tho Wood Sisters' Burlesque company
begins a three-day engagement.
Nntico of Thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Fields, of COl
North Washington Avenue, who burled
their Infant son last Tuesday thank
fully acknowledge tho sympathy and
assistance of tho friends who by many
kindnesses in the dark hour, so light
ened their bereavement.
Well Dressed Men
wear laundrled linen. The placo to ob
tain It Is at the Crystal. Telephono.
Sleeping car for New York, via Lo
hlgh Valley railroad, may be occupied
at Wilkcs-Barre after 9:00 p. m. Ar
rives New York 8:23 a. :n. Tickets at
309 Lackawanjia. avenue.
Twining, optician 125 Penn avenue, In
Harris' drug store. Hours 9 a. ra., 5
"Now York, Day by Day," will bo tho
attraction at tho Academy tonight.
Miss Carolyns V, Dorsey, teacher of
elocution, oratory and delsarte, 107 Wy
Will Hold Their Annual Reunion Here
COLONEL D0DQE IS IN THE CITY
Ho Will Greet the Members of His
Old Commnnd--Othcr Officers Who
Will no I'rosont-.A Distinguished
Visitor from .1Iaine-IIIstorlc Unttlo
I'lng Will Bo Inhibited at the Camp
Adjutant Gonornl Stcwnrt Alny
TTio surviving members ot the fa
mous Fifty-second regiment of Penn
sylvania Volunteers will muster hero
toddy and with appropriate exercises
will observe their tenth annual re
reunion. The observance of this re
union In Scranton Is particularly felici
tous owing to tho fact that this city
Is .Uio most prominent one in the coun
ties from which the "Old Luzerne" was
enlisted and beside very many now
on tho muster roll came from this vi
cinity. Every Indication points to the fact
that this .tenth reunion will be a prom
inent ono in many respects.
Tho first commander colonel, John C.
Dcdge, now of DodgevlUe, Mass., will
gleet his comrades for the first time
since tho war. Tho colonel arrived
here yesterday afternoon and Is at the
Hotel Jermyn. Probably all of .tho
remaining officers will be present
among whom aro Quartermaster
Sergeant Hugh Crawford, formerly of
this city, but now of New York city;
Quartermaster Sergeant Charles Ross,
of Newark. N. J.; Sergeant Frank
Whitehead, of PaBsaic, N. J., and Cap
tain A. II. Rush,
The historic flag which was
planted by tho gallant Major Hennes
sey, of the regiment, on Fort Sumter
Immediately after Its retaking, Feb
ruary 17, 1S65, will be exhibited at the
Alfred Maxwell, who is also staying
at the Jermyn, will represent
tho gallant Eleventh regiment of
Maine, which was in the same
brigade with the Fifty-second near
near tho war's close. Ho will
convey the greeting of comrades to
comrades. General Thomas J. Stewart,
adjutant-general of the National Guard
of Pennsylvania, has accepted the In
vitation extended him to bo present
and if possible will come.
It Is requested that the members as
they arrivo In the city will register at
tho rooms of the Lieutenant Ezra Grif
fin Post, 139, G. A. R,, over the First
National bank, on Lackawanna nve
nue. At 2 p. m. a business session will
commence In Music Hall and at 6 p.
m. a banquet will be served there. In
tho evening a camp-flro will be con
ducted. SCRANTON CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC.
Pine Art Department.
The director takes pleasure In an
nouncing the engagement of Miss Ella
McNutt as teacher of china painting In
the latest and artistic forms known to
the art. Miss McNutt has Just returned
from Paris 'and Dresden, where she has
been pursuing special studies in china
decoration under the most noted teach
ers, and brings with her a large assort
ment of models. Her studios will also
be supplied with the latest Improved
kiln for artistic firing. The classes In
china painting, and new classes in
drawing under Miss Worthlngton be
gin October 1.
To avoid tiresome delays in getting
the races started and long waiting be
tween heats, and to make absolutely
Just all racing events, at the Dallas
Fair, Sept. 28 to Oct. 1, a profeslonal
starting Judge has been secured the
best man that money could hire to
take charge. Another evidence that
the Dallas Fair management is deter
mined to give their patrons the best
the country affords. Nothing too good
for the Dallas Fair! Note the dates.
Something new every day.
To Curo a Cold in Ono Dny.
Take laxative- Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. 25 cents.
For morbid conditions take BEECH
mt wet mm.
Moquette Carpets Some 7Cr to ra rt
with borders, some plain 'Ok, per Jd.rU
These are positively worth $1.10. For the fol
lowing sized rooms:
10. 6x14. 0
11. 3x12. 9
S. 3x13. 0
12. 3x15. 0
.12. 9x18. 6
G. 9x11. 6
10. 0x15. 3
If your rooms are a trifle smaller thau the above sizes,
carpets could be cut down to fit them.
UBring size of rooms with you.
I SCRANTON CONSERVATORY OF HUSIC,
1 FINE ART DEPARTMENT.
m Instruction In DHAW1NQ, under Miss Hester A. Worthlngton (graduate S
S Maiyland Institute of l'lne Arts.) S
2 Instructions in CHINA-PAINTING, under Miss Ella McNutt, (Jut re- a
S turned fiom special study In Paris, and Dresden.) m
I New Classes Begin October 1st. a
a Pupils of tho Fine Art Department bavo all tho a
privileges of tho Conservatory. a
lIJi;! OIL AND MANUFACTURINC CO.
141 to 140 Meridian Street.Scrauton, Pa. Telephono 3(188.
AND CYLINDER OILS.
PAINT DEPARTMENT.- Mnseed Oil, Turpontlne, Whlto Lead, Coal Tar, Pitch
Vnrnlsb, Dryers, Japan audHlilpgle Htatn.
At OLD TIME prices. How long wo
cannot say. Shtdwd buyers tilvcr allow
an opportunity llko this pass, which may
novcr return again. Wo tbereforo caution
you to buy early. These, figures guaran
teed only on goods now In stock.
W-Inch heavy Unbleached Loom Dam
ask at 2Jc. yard.
Worth 3jc yd. under New Schedule.
ES-lncli Unbleached Loom Damask at
Worth & i-jc under New Schedule.
CO-lnch Unbleached Loom Damask at
Worth 45c under New Schedule.
G-lnch Unbleached Loom Damask at
Worth 56c under New Schedule.
02-Inch flno Gorman Unbleached and Sil
ver Bleached Damask. Best goods in tho
market at 49 cents.
Worth 60c under New Schedule.
A full lino of Bleached Damask at cor
respondingly low prices.
72-Inch flno Bleached Damask at 73 cents
Worth 51.00 under New Schedule.
make of hats
Hatters and Furnistws,
412 Spruce Street.
OTHER FULL STYLES
In Black, Brown, Green, Etc.,
Now on Sale.
Hotel Jarmyn Hatters,
BEST SETS OF TEETH, $8,
Including tho painless extracting ot
teeth by an cutlroly new procusj.
S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.,
321 Spruce St, Opp. Motel Jermyn.
S. 0x12. 4
9. 0x13. 10
10. 10x13. 10
9. 0x14. 0
12. 9x17. 9
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3Z0 Lackawanna Ave., Scranton Pa.
Wholesale nnd Kctnll
ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD
Convenient, Economical, Durable.
rrodnclng Perfect Imitation of Expensive
Raynolds' Wood Finish,
Especially Designed for Inside Work.
Marble Floor Finish,
Durablo nnd Dries Qulokty.
Paint Varnish and Kal
PURE LINSEED OIL AND TURPENTINE.
Sohmsr Piano Stands at tna Head
AND J. W. GUERNSEY Stands at the I lea J
in tlie Muslo track. You enn always get a
t)Cttor bargain at Ills bcantlful waroroomi
than at any other placo In tho city.
Call and sea for yourself beforo buying.
205 Washington Avenue,
J. W. QUERNSEY, Prop.
I J. D. WILLIAMS Si GRO. 1
a 313 and 314 Lack. Ave., Scranton. a
Linoleums, Floor, Ta
ble and Stair Oil
Cloths, in endless va
riety. Oil Cloth Rugs
for Stoves, all sizes.
New Stock of
at prices lower than ever,
A liberal discount for
rolls containing 40 yards.
Fall stock of .Carpets,
Draperies and Upholstery
Goods now ready.
The Eye Specialist
WHOSE onlce H at
nn nvenue, In Will.
Inms" White Front
hlioo Store, uxiunlrnw
the eya free In tho
most nccuroto way,
and his prices for speo.
tucles are cheaper
than elsewhere. A la
to tho proper curo of
the eyes seem to pos.
cns most people until
tho time- comes when
lslon.or other results
of such neglect clvo vrnrnlns tbnt nature It
rebclllm; against such treatment of one ot
the most precious gifts. Normal vision Is u
blessing unappreciated until It has been lost
und restored; Its full vnlue Is then realized,
Therefore, you should not loe u dny before,
having your eyes examined. Thlsservlce we
gladly render free of charge.
REMDMHER TUB PLACE.
2 15 Lackawanna Avenue
In the White Front Shoe Store.
Lowest Prices In
lints ami 1'uriilsli
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