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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY. APRIL 28. 139S.
WAR MAPS, PICTUKBS, FLAGS, HUNTING, NEWSPAPERS, PERIODICALS, HOOKS. New York nnd Philndctptiia news papers delivered about town ly car rlcrs. We" arc better prepared now than in 1861-5 to supply tbc town with newspapers. Do not have to get packages on coal trains now as bad to during Civil War. Wc solicit newspaper orders lor tbc war period or longer which will receive prompt attention. "ON TO CUBA." "REM EM HER THE MAINE." M. NORTON, 222 Lackawanna Ave., Scrantont Anti-Saw Edge Collars and Cuffs, every body wonts them. THE L ackawanna aundry Doz it: J08 Pcnn Avenue. A. B. WARMAN IF YOUR OR THE ACTION NEEDS REPAIRING Send your order to PERRY BROS 205 Wyoming Ave. AVc, are now prepared to do all kinds of repairing and finishing, and guaran tee that the work will be done cor rectly. Mr. S. R. PERRY, who for some years has done the best tuning In this city and vicinity, has been engaged by us to give especial attention to this branch of our busi ness. Several good second-hand organs will be sold very cheap. They were taken In exchange for Briggs & Ludwlg Pianos. COLUMBIAN DETECTIVE AGENCY CIME BANK BUILDING, SCRANTON. PA. Matter Holleltect Where Others Failed. Moderate Charges. SOLUBLE. Prepared according to the prescription of a prominent specialist. Jt Instantly le. lleves and permanently cures Catarrh, Asthma. Hay Fever, Cold in the Head, Soro Throat and Quinsy. Harmless, pleasant, effectual. Head this testimon ial "Crown Catarrh Towder relieved and cured my case of Catarrh, which was a ery aggravated one of long standing." John T. Coughlin (Department of State), 114 B St.. N. E., Washington, D. C. Price GO cents. Sold In all first cljs-s drug stores. Liberal sample, with powder blower complete, mailed on receipt of 13 cents. Crown Catarrh Powder Co., 35 Clinton Place. New York City. ii a ve opened a General Insurance OlUca In itiE Traders' ill Bank li licit Stock Companies jepresented. Largo ne especially solicited. Tolcphono 1803. PERSONAL. Miss r:ila Kstello has returned fiom a week's visit to Atlantic City. Miss Suslo Dlmond has returned from a visit with friends In Europe. Harry T. Baurels, of Plilladelphla, spent Sunday with Scranton friends. Charles J. Powell Is seriously ill with pneumonia at his homo on Joiferson ave nue. P. A, Barrett, managing editor of the Scranton edition of tho Klmlra Tele gram, 13 HI. Thomas A. Donahoc. of the Truth local staff, Is ablo to resume work after an Illness of nearly two weeks. Rev. Dr. HcLeod and family wero called to Princeton beeatso of tho berlous ill ness of Dr. McLccd's son, Norman. Robert T. Gould Is homo from Hot Springs, Ark., where ho spent nine weeks, much to tho benefit of his health. Alfred Oscar Dunnlngs, of the South Hide, and Miss Ruth Francis, of Hydo Park, wero united In marriage at St. Luke's church at 3 o'clock yesterday af ternoon by tho rector, Rev. Rogers Is rael. Miss Marlon Keck will bo mairled to V. Cromwell Hand In St. Luke's Rpis- copal church at noon today by Rov. Rogers Israel. Miss Keck Is a daughter of Colonel M. J. Keck nnd Mr. Hnnd Is a member of the llrm of Hand & Payne, and a son of Dr. D. B. Hand. At 9.30 last evening Fred Barnhart, of this city, and MUs Nellie Schclp, of Haw ley, were married In St. Lukfl's parsonage by Rev. Rogers Israel. They Immediately started for tho west, whero thoy win spend their honeymoon. Mr. Barnhart Is employed by the Scranton Railway com pany as a conductor. Lewis B. Carter, a law student In tho otTice of Wlllard. Warren & rvnapp, ami a private In Company A, Thirteenth regi ment, enjoys the distinction of holding a commission as brevet second lieutenant In tho National Quaru of Pennsylvania. His commission was Issued by Governor Hastings, July 29, km, in consideration of Mr. Carter's having served as captain of Infantry in the Military college of the state, tho Pennsylvania Stato college, during his senior year at that Institu tion, and for efficient seivlco there, ho was recommended by First Lieutenant 15. W. McCaskoy, Twenty-first Infantry. Tnlted States army, for an active com mand In case of war. When you go to lunch today, remom ber tho Clem Cafe. Price Building. Opening today, THIRTEENTH'S BIG OVATION Adieu to Scranlon's Pride Not Soon to Be Forgotten. WEAKLY 50,000 PERSONS Were Gathered Alonff Line of March. the Never Jlcloro in tlio ('11)'' History Wns There Such n Crinh on the Btroots--iMnlo It Almost Impossible, lor the Soldiers to .Miirch--llliiml-tinllons, J'ireworlts nnd flittering l!vorywliere-Crowiting nt Ilia De pot Wns Serious. N'o greater ovation since the Civil War lias been given nny regiment than the tremendous j"nd-off In-stowed by Snriinton on Its crack Thirteenth last night. The bonnle Hags nnd the old war tunes of our country lifted the hearts of the thousands lining the streets to a pitch of enthusiasm unusual In this consei'vatlvp town. A stranger might almost have thought It the cele bration of 11 happy anniversary. Al most but not quite, for while people often weep for joy they do not f re- cor.o.Ni.r. n a coi nsv.s quently thus give way to their glad emotions on the public, highway, und theie weie wet eyes which even the swift summons of Homestead had been powerless to thus make, weep. There were inotheis who let their hoys leave their arum only with the thought that they will go no farther thun Gretna. Yet myny of these patri otic youngsters have tne secret deter mination to enlist In the regular army, and tho tears have only begun to fall upon the cheeks of the ones whose best love goes out toward the camp and field. But don't you Imaglno that the weep ing was all done by feminine eyes. Not a bit of it. There was one company where nearly every man had a sus picious look around his lids, und It wasn't 11 sissy company either, for thero are none braver In tho Thirteenth regi ment. One man said, as he fell into line: "If all the boys had as hard u time to get away from home as I did this night 1 pity them. It was almost too much for a fellow to stand, and yet they all Mild thoy wanted me to go and fight for my country. Women have curious ways of expressing their wants." rno.si2 who had scoffed. Theie were thofce who had scoffed at tho idea of a real war with Spain, who somehow last night seemed to have forgotten that the affair was to be all play. There were men whose hair had begun to silver at tho temples and who fought fiercely In tho throng to get neatest the line, that they might fix Their gnzo on a certain slender, straight figure In the ranks, nnd the faces never lost that Intense trained look until the boyish head could no longer bo seen. There wns one soldier who had not been beneath his father's loot for many a month. Yesterday pride was laid aside nnd the sceno of that reoontilk -tlon Is too sacred for the pen of a newspaper writer. Do you believe the tears weio all dry on his cheeks lai.t night as he marched down the street with tho memory of his father's hoarse sobs drowning the brave melody of "Marching Thro' Georgia?" But there was ttngedy In some acts of tho drama at tho station which closely boidercd on comedy. A pretty little maid, scarcely out of school, was tearing around as madly as a small damsel could move in a mob, nnd ask ing everybody concerning the where abouts of a certain youth bound for the wnrs. She rushed up to a young man ncqunlntnnco and teai fully de manded: "Take me to "Will. 1 shall dlo If I can't kiss him good-bye!" The young person addressed looked sym pathetic but helpless, and finally sug gested: "Vou never con get to him In this world. You'll be wnnshed In this jam. I'll tell you what to do. Kiss mo and I'll take him the kiss." "You Itchlnc, Irritated, acaly, cruited Bcalpi, dry. thin, tad falling Hair. clcanieJ, purified, and beauti fied by vuroi (hainpooi wltti Cutiouka Entr, and occasional lUculnm of CcTicniii,purtit of emolllenli, ibe greatest akin cnrei. Treatment will produce a clean, healthy ictlp wltb luxuriant, lustrous hair, hen all clie falls. fclJ throurhout tht world, I'onu Dica akd Cask. Coir . Kf.lt t'rupt , Ho 1 ton. Mr"llow 19 proJuc LutarTtat IIlr,H mailed fret SKINS ON RRT'lSSBlliaiK"4 (utlciira honld thing!" ejaculated the girl, her eyes. Hashing through the mist, nnd she precipitately tore away. Later on she was discovered near the object of her search, who wan receiving the toward of his departure In person. ONH MAN'S COMPLIMKNT. "Hoys were kissed who never were kissed before by the git Is," complained one of tho men who didn't go to war, "and tho girls Just went around and took each one In turn, without his ask ing for 11 good-bye kiss. Nice girls, too; wouldn't think of kissing a fellow here nt home any more than of assassinat ing him, but thero they were, kissing every mother's win of 'em, nnd crying away as hard as ever they could nil the time, They will smile again today, these pretty maids, or nt least tomorrow, when the stay-at-homes begin their consoling tactics, but thero are eyes that will weep for ninny a weary week, and hearts that will ache. One woman will not tmlle today, or over until her boy conies back. LaBt night she clung to him In the maddest frenzy. She shut the doors and shrieked that he could never leave her. She held hhn fast until almost his company had em barked, und toduy his eyes see only the picture of her wild agony. Ah, these mothers! A crowd estimated nt "5,000 jxrsons nnd which surely numbered between 10,000 and 50,000 fairly choked tho route from the ntmory to the Delaware and Hudson depot. Amid an unceasing din of horn blasts, shouts and music and through a rich red pathway of Illumin ated buildings, colored fire, fireworks nnd electric display tho command with dllllculty got aboaid th train. So densu wns the crowd that over half an hour was required for tho regiment in col umns of fours, the smallest possible par ade formation, to travel the short seven blocks on the route. At the depot a large police detail was ns powerless as so many babies. The tlnor.gcd surged over the depot, tracks and platforms In such a Jam that It was over another half hour before the regi ment could get abonid, and then the companies wero so mixed, tangled and separated that a long time wns re quired to get them in their respective cais, A CLAMOROUS ADIEU. No organization ever got such a clamorous adieu. The noise did not cease until two sections of tho big train had passed beneath the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western arch and disappeared from view. At S.30 o'clock, a half hour before the regiment was scheduled to leave tho armory on Adams avenue, that thorough-fare was blocked and almost Im passable from Linden to Mulberry street. Late bliieftoatort arrivals can thank the respect shown their uniforms In their attempts to gain access to the building When Company O, of Mon trose, arrived with a band nnd a big delegation of citizens, that command found entrance to the building impo siblo and Captain McCausland would never have got Inside to report to Colo nel Coursen but for the aid of two po licemen and some soldiers. AVhen the regiment left the building It was 100 per cent, strong, excepting Rev. N. P. Stahl, the chaplain, of Princeton, N. J., who Joins the com mand at Mount Gretna today; Surgeon C. R. Parke, who returned fiom Jnma cla only yestcrdny and who will follow today, and Lieutenant AV. W. InglK of Company A. who is ill In Bermuda. Bauer's band, followed by as many of the Thirteenth's veterans as could disintegrate themselves from the Jam, led the procession. This section was followed by the regimental drum corps, Colonel Coursen and statf and the Sec ond and First battalions In the order named. Also In line were the Hall stead band with Company G. of Mont rose, and the Citizens' band with Com pany II, or the North 12nd. Constant burning of ied-llre on the big Kennedy & Cuter building at the first corner. Linden street, was only an Indication of what was to be ex perienced along the whole route. There, too, was experienced a taste of the crowding that was to Increase toward the finish to such an extent as to make marching almost a case of foot ball rushing there certainly could be none of the soldierly swagger and out-chesting seen on ordinary parade days. ARLAZH WITH LIGHT. Court House square was ablaze with light. The court, Mears, Common wealth and other big structures about the square were Illuminated from top to bottom nnd the brilliancy of joman candles fired by letter carriers from the postofllce steps and a string of ed, white and blue globed Suburban arc lights at the AVashlngton and Spruce corner. Beginning with the imposing Hotel Jcrmyn, whose every outside room was lighted, to along down Wyoming and Lackawanna avenues to the depot the Illuminations, Hags, colored lire, shouts, crowd, transparencies, were the same. Wide streets blocked from curb to curb, excepting a narrow space wide enough for knapsacked soldiers to struggle along four abreast, will give un Idea of the Immense throng to the thousands who would not venture In the stampede on the depot. Only today will rqveal the number of fulntlng women, torn dresses, lost hats, picked pockets, bruised toes, and general good-natured disorder which developed at and about the depot In the biggest crush of people In the his tory of the city. Squads of police com manded by Acting 'Chief Gurrell, Cap tain ICdwnrds, Lieutenants Davis, Zang and Williams were almost ns powerless ns so many wisps of hay. A half hour's valuable time was lost In trying to get tho soldiers aboard nnd It wns not un til 10.45 o'clock, an hour and a quarter behind the schedule time for leaving before that was accomplished. The trnln pulled out In two sections, one of eleven cars and the other of Mx. The first was drawn by Knglne No. 93, In charge of Engineer O. TJ. Hlsted nnd Fireman Fred. Ogleby. It contained ten passenger coaches, with tho head quarters car in tho middle of tho train, and a combination car for the officers' personal baggage and the drum corps. Tho smaller section comprised five cars of camp equipage and one of horses. All were Lehigh Valley cars. At Avoca tho trains wero switched from the Delawnro nnd Hudson to the Lehigh tracks. Lehigh engines were attached and the big run wns begun via tho Lehigh, Philadelphia nnd Read ing and Cornwall and Lebanon roads. OUT OF TOWN COMPANIES. The Montrose Company a, before leaving atsembled at the court house in tint hoiougli where a large crowd gathered and accompanied tho boys to tho station. The soldier were nudres sed by Mayor A. H. Smith. Tho mem bers were escorted from their armory to the station by the G. A. R. post headed by the Hallstead Cornet bund. AVhen the train carrying the band nnd Comrnny O arrived nt Alford, the imnd Intended to take tho north bound trnln on tho main lino for home. AVhlle the train waited permission was asked of Manager Hallstead liy telegraph for transportation of the band to Scrnnton. To the request the bilcf answer "all rlKhl" wan Unshed over the wires und the train moved. All along the line demonstrations were made nt each station whero large crowds gathered. The Nicholson band was nt the station with the citizens when the train an I veil at that point and assisted In the ovation. At Fac toryvllle a big demonstration wus mnde nlso. Company O bi ought SO men. They wore accompanied to this city by over a half hundred prominent Montrose citizens Including Mayor A. II. Smith, Editor J. P. Taylor, of the Republican; Attorney C. A. A'an AVormer, AV. AV. Reynold'', ,T. R. Raynsford, Miller S. Allen, E. N. Hnreny, J. 11. AVIlllums, Nen C. AVurner, Louis Sprout nnd many others. On Tuesday evening a meeting of Montrose people wns held In tho court house for the purpose of making ar rangements for caring for tho fnmllles of tho members of tho company. The meeting was largely attended and t' thousand dollnis wns subscribed for that purpose. Last evening before the mrit started, JL'.OOi) more was added to the fund. Five thousand Honesdnle people escorted Company E, Thirteenth regiment to that city's rail- LIEUT. COLONKL C C MATTES road station last night. They company had a full equipment of six ty men and live oillcers. Including Major C. R AVhltney nnd Adjutant AV. A. AVood. The company on tho way to tho stntlon wns preceded by the Hones dale 'band and Captain James Hull post, G. A. R. Next to the post Hag was borne a banner with the words "Re member the Maine Boys." Enthusiasm ran high and never in the history of the town wero m many flago displayed. FARIiWELL NOT0S. E.k h private carried one day's eookert rut Ions. Tho Montrose citizens' delcgallon left for homo at midnight. They changed to a special train at Alford. Moro than one clergyman mingled among tho boys at tho aimory and gave them limit bits of advice. "We AV111 Piotcct Their Families; (lod Protect Our Regiment," read the banner carried by Hairy I. Hopewell. There was a big display of bunting and patriotism at the looms of the Young Men's Institute on Lackawanna avenue. A pack of yelling, patriotic and Irrepres sible high 'ohool boys rallied 'round a banner Inscribed "High School to the Front." Rev. Dr. S. C. Logan, the regiment's vctiran ex-chaplain, worn a military cap to tho armory headquarters loom and bid the staff God-speed. Major J. AV. Oaki'crd, Judge udvocato and Major AV. S. Millar. Inspector, each of General Gobln's Third bilgudo staff, left with tho regiment. A lt-glmental Bible from Mrs. J. W. Barnes of 414 Spruco street, was one or the hurry-up packages delivered at tho headquarters car at tho last minute. "13 A'lva Cuba Libre; Forward Gallant ISth to Honor the Flag. AVhero Duty Calls May Success Be AVlth You" was the in scription displayed from Jonas Long s Sons. Captain 13. D. Fellows, of Company 1', and Lieutenant Huff, of Company H, wero icspectlvely dctuiled ns officer of the day and commander of the guard before tho train left tho depot. The usual number of bootblacks and newsbovs wero concealed beneath tho seats and equlppage in the cars. At Idst a score of this typo of "camp bummei" were nboaid tho train. Colonel 13. II. Ripple, commissary gen eral, and AV. T. Simpson, commissary ser geant, the foimer of General Snowden's division staff, lelt for Harrlbburg via the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western road early In the day. School children with flags cheered Honcsdale's company at AVhlto Mills. A band was a part of the crowd at Hawlcy. AVomen of Honesdalo presented each member of tho company a thread and needlo case Tuesday evening. MEMBERS OP THE THIRTEENTH. Left the City I,nnt Night in ltcspoiuc to thn ('nil for Troops. The Thirteenth regiment ns It left tho city Inst nlsht was composed of tho following men: Colonel Henry A. Coursen. Lieutenant Colonel Charles C. Mattes. Major of l-'lrnt llattuHou-Ocoriro II. AVhltney, Honesdalo. Major Second Iljttallon 1 AV. Stlll well. Major nnd Surgeon C. It. Pnrko. Iloslmental Adjutant Lewis T. Matt. Adjutant Klrst Ilattallon V. A. Wood, Ilonesdale. Adjutant Sjcond Battalion It. M. Strat. ton. Quartermaster II, T5, Cox. Inspector of ltlflo Pracllcu Ttccbo Wat hlns. AHolhtnnt Surgeons O. A. lllanchurd and AV. K, Keller. NON-COMS. Iteglmental Sergeant Major Henry M, Coursen. Sergeant Major 1'lrst ilattnllon Albert Davis. Sergeant Major Second Battalion Will lam Pierce. s GEM and WHITE LOAF Ilest Patents in America. For IMMEDIATE orders we offer one car or less at $6.75 per barrel. Flour cau be bought now and delivered in May if desired, E. Q. Coursen Wholesale and Retail, Quartermaster Sergeant Isaac Brown. Commissary Sergeant II. B. Andrews. Color Sergeunt Charles Reed. Hospital Stownid Joseph F. Bnumels tcr. Pilnclpnl Muslclnn 13. I). Richards. Hospital Staff Steward, Joseph Hail melster; Privates R. D. Rice, Company A; E. J. Kelly. Company C; D. F. Church, Company D; a. F. Strickland, Com pany F. COMPANY A. Captain, James O Dlmmlck; first lieu tenant, 8. S. Dermnn; second lieutenant, 15. Jt. dee; first Eorgeant, II. E. Thayer; second sergeant, John A. Keith; third sergeant, Cleorgo L. Peek; fourth sor rrant, AVIIllnni V. Johnson; llltth ser genlit, f. I.. Daley. Corporals Q. AV. Culver, I. O. Morris, H. L. Dlmmlck, AVIIIInm Hall, Jr., AV. E. (Continued on Pago S. The I'ciiii, .Altitunl Mia Insnrnnco Company unit the National CuiinU of Hie United States. Tho following patriotic and timely action on tho part of tho Hoard of Tiustees of Tho Penn Mutual Life In surance Company of Philadelphia will be of special Interest at this time to all those who ate now serving In tho Army or Navy of tho United States, or mllltla of any state of tho United Stntes, dur ing thn present war, and others who nte policy holders In that company. Ofllco of the Penn Mutual Life Insur ance Company, of Plilladelphla, No. 921-3-5 Chestnut street. Philadelphia, April Sli. 1198. By lesolutlnn of the Board of Trus tees, unanimously adopted this day, nil members holding policies In this com pany bonrlng date of April 2.1, 189S, or prior, are privileged, until May 1, 1900, to engage In the present war without prejudice to their insurance nnd with out the payment of nny extra pre mium therefor. Harry F. AVest, President. Attest; Henry C. Brown, Secretary and Treasurer. Bourne & Durham, general mannger for Northeastern and Central Pennsyl vania. Stephen Glrard building, Phila delphia. Just received, a fiesh supply of El Modelo cignrs. Garney, Brown & Co. AVhen you go to lunch today, remem ber the Gem Cafe. Price Building. Opening today. Visit Itook Auction, 1-7 Spruce. Every afternoon and evening. Few days only. MARRIED. HOUCK-KERR18 In Scranton, V.u, April K, 1S9S. by Rev. AV. J. Ford, Charles Houck and Miss Mary Ferris, botli of this city. DIED. BOIES. In Scranton, Pa. April :'T. ls;is, Joseph Milton Boles; lorn August s, 1S7.1; died ut the resldencu of his father, Colonel Henry M. Boies. Funeral Fri day afternoon. DOUD In West Scranton. April IS, 1W. John, the 0-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Eartley Doud, at tho residence, 137 South Grant avenue. Funeral this af ternoon at 2.30 o'clock, from tho resi lience. Interment at the Hydo Park Catholic cemetery. SLUTTI3R In AVest Hcrnnton. April 27. 1S9S, Florence, the 4-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. AVIIIInm Slutter, at tho residence, 103') Price street. Funeral Friday afternoon at 2.3') o'clock, from tho residence. Interment at AVashburn street cemetery BEST SETS OF TEETH. $8, Inclndicg tho painless eitractlnso! teetn by an entirely now proces 5. C. SNYDER, D. D. S., 321 Spruce St,, Opp. Motel Jermyn. r Here's the best bargains we've offered up to r date. Even at this greatest of alb ereat sales, Here's the best bargains we've offered up to date. Even at this greatest of alb great sales, the Cottage Curtains Ave advertised last Aveek did not go half way round among the many who came to buy. Nor Avill these last much longer than a day or two if the people are as quick to appreciate this even better bargain. Bed Sets Lace Bed Sets that to $6 a set, all have for busv buviutr. Odd Curtains About a hundred pairs of Odd Lace Curtains. In most cases only one pair of a kind. Cur tains that Kerr cc Co. sold for 1.50 to $2. Co a pair- Choice, per pair... Striped Curtains Similar to the Cottage Striped Curtains so many Avere disappointed in not getting. These are better quality, and Kerr & Co. asked $1.75 a pair for them. t Affc Choice now Pi.W Nottinghams iS pairs of Nottingham Lace Curtains will be closed quickly at 35c a Pair. Siebeck er 406408 1L01Y OIL A! MANUFACTURING CO. Ill to 1 to Meridian Street,Scrunton, I'.l lelopUoue irji AND PAINT rRrARTMI!NT.-I.lnoed Oil, VaruUh. Dryers, Jupan and Shlnglo btnln. SCRANTON'S It i;i'.: m PRICES ON GROCERIES Full Cream Cheese, per pound.... Fe Creamery Butter, per pound 18c Strictly Fresh Eggs, per dozen.... lie Choicest Cold Packed Tomatoes, per dozen 95c Home-rendered Lard, per pound.. 8c 3 packages of Best Now Garden Seeds for 5c AVnrnei's or Mnglo Yeast, por pack age 2c 1 round full weight package! Sal nratus 3c 2 cans of Fresh Cockles 25c Eaglo Milk, per can. 15c Clover Leaf Salmon, per can...... 15c Royul Baking Powder, per pound. 39c 1 pound full weight Corn Starch.. 4c SCRANTON STERLING STEARNS IMS Carriages Rubber Tired by experts. We have our own plant. Soft Steel Hounds up to 1 inch. Large stock Cold Kolled Shafting. or i 126-128 Franklin Ave,, SCRANTON, Kerr &. Co. sold been bunched (I? Choice P from $4 .90 i 75c k Watkitii Lacka. Ave. Clarke Bros Iron end Steel LUBRICATING CYLINDER OIL Turpentine Wnlto Laad. Coal 'lr. fttoa 1 B m. 820 Lackawanm Ave., Scranton Pi. Wholesale nnd Itotnll DRUGGISTS, ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD, FRENCH ZINC. . Ready Hlxcd Tinted Paints, Convenient. Economical. Durable Varnish Stains, rrotluclng Perfect Imitation of nponilT Woods. Rnynolds' Wood Finish, Especially Designed for InMds AVorlc. Marble Ploor Finish, Durable and Dries Quickly. Paint Varnish and Kal soniine Brushes. PUR! LINSEED OIL AN TURPENTINE. ", '!' n 4'9!Cl IX SEARCH OP A TIE To suit your fancy tho bet placo to look M through our stork. All the new things in Men's Furnlihtng Hoods find their way Into our store, and you will find tho prlcci right. HAND & PAYNE, 203 oslilngton Ave SOLE AGUXTM FOIt KNOX HATS. The Last Loaf Of bread made of "Snow White" 1'iour will be just us Rood ns the llrst one. Tho next puck of "Snow AVhlto" Flour you fict will be Just ns good as the. last one. That Is one thins vo are very lurtlcular about. "Snow White" Must nlwr.ys be u to stnndarrt. It must l.onhsays uniform and reliable. It bac a leiuitation that we cannot afford to lose. It MUST be all ilRht or wo will not let it leave tho mill. IIae your grocer rend ou some. "We Only AYholcsnle It." THE WESTON MILL CO Scranton, Carbondale. Olypliant. I have a largo stock of these pianos in nil colors and prices. I havo be sides Hazelton Brothers, Baus, AA'hlt ney, lllnze, Richmond, etc., at p.Mcea from $200 upward, and payments $G a month or mor". Send direct to A'llkcs Raiie. I am prepared to give liberal discount? to those who buy direct. Old Instruments Taken in Exchange. George H. Ives 0 West MarUotaticet, WIlLes-IJarra. SOUND ARGUHENT. BARBOUR'S HOME CREOITHOUSE is tbo placo to got our rurnlturu; w enn pny n llttlo every month and liuva tbs goodaull tho tlmowe lire paytn: for them, and that's whero vro'ro k'oln:. 425 LACKAWANNA AVE. jma ir ' Kimball Pianos I & s !tMn k- S 1 X .