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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-PIODAY. MAY 5, 1S99. GAMES PLAYED IN ATLANTIC L'EAGUE SEASON OPENED AUSPICIOUSLY IN THIS CITY. Irfioal Team Defeated Wllkes-Barro After an Exciting Contest Visit ors Struck a Dig Batting Streak In the Last Inning Mow the Other Teams in tho League Played. Progress of tho Battle in the Na tional League Notes and Com ments on tho Game. The Scranton team opened lt" ae-aon at homo yesterday with AVllkes-Matrc as their opponents and succeeded in winning out, to the Inlenso .satisfac tion of tho fifteen hundred spectntois. Lancaster also opened Its aoason at homo yesterday nnd easily defeated I'atcrson. There v as an excithiK jfiimo at Nowark between Newark and Illch mond and tho latter won. Percentago Table. W. Nowark 6 Heading & Scranton ( ltlchmond 4 AVllkes-Bario " Lancaster " I'atctxin - Allrntovvn - I'O. TJO .'.II .ii .177 .12) .S7.-. .:N1 .ISO Where tho Teams Play Today. Wllkos-Uarrc at Sruinlon, 1'atiTFon at Lancaster. Allontown at Iloadlni:. Itlchmoncl at Newark. OPENING OF THE SEASON Scranton Gave a Creditable Exhibi tion and Succeeded In Taking a Game fiom Wllkes-Barrc. The Game in Detail. The Atlantic! lonRiie season In this ollv opened yesterday hi a highly aus picious, manner. The homo team defeated their dear fst enemies Wilkes-Han e th" eiovvd v ns l.uge and tho v cither lint. l'urlj In tho afternoon the incmb'is of the two clubs In (anlaqcsand head ed 1 the Lawiencc band, panulcd the fctieefj of th city nii'l then piocceded to tho base ball paik for their piellin inary ni.utlte. When T'mptio llaidle Hmdenon, the ex-National league plti her, called pluy at S.JO every thoroiu?h-pac(d fan 'was ptesent and most of them occupied the Identical t-eaH that were their favor ite's when Scranton last had luofc-s-Moml ball. The Rarau was featuied by not a few biilllaut plas that save the enthusiasts an opportunity to exerelse their lungs. They allowed no oppoitu nlty to pass. Wilkes-llarre sent up a lespectable frlztd crowd of rooters who gathered around the Wllkes-Iiarro stockholders in the grand stand and did what they could to cheer up the Alligator boys. The sixth and ninth Innings were the only occasions when tho Wllkes-naire-ans had an opportunity for enthusing nnd they pioceeded to grasp them. The impression made by the Scranton club was very favorable. It was tho general sentiment that Manager Swift has a lot of earnest, active players who will win a strong position for Scranton In the league iae. The home team be gan the run getting In the fust Inning. Knoll, the tlrst batsman, was given fust on balls and proceeded to steal second. LtpperL made a single, Dillon (lew out and then Pete J"!gan came to the bat. PRTIJ WAS RnLIAIlLE. His friends gave him a veiy hearty hand ns he walked to the plate and ho thanked them by a lusty drive into short left that hi ought In Knoll and Llppert, Kgan's re-appearance on a Scranton diamond was a decided suece. r.lll Coughlln, tho actie young man who covers thlid for Wllkcs-Barre, Is a Scranton boj and when he went to the plate to bat in the first his Scran ton friends presented him with a hand some gold-headed umbrella, thiough Tmplre Henderson. The gift was mod estly acknowledged by Coughlln. No man was over known to hit the ball after a presentation of that na ture and of course Coughlln went out at fttst. He distinguished himself later in the game by making three singles and batting In mvvuiI runs. It was estimated that upwards of 1,500 pel sons saw yesterdpy'.s game. Although Swift's men won, their vic tory was by no means easily earned, notwithstanding the score was 11 to 4 In their favor when Wilkes-Cane be gan the last hale of the ninth inning. It seemed fitting nnd proper that tho season's opening game should not bo commonplace, that It should contain something of the heart-breaking order before the finish. If the cranks looked forward to something of this kind they wete not disappointed for in the wind up of the final chapter, Itisley. who had rermltted only eight hits, was made tho victim of some bunched pounding, five hits for six balls, which with an error by K.ioll, developed Jive runs and sent tho big crowd Into (its of excitement. The game closed with WIlkes-Earre within two points of a ti and a runner on second base OPKNDD VP WULL The Scianton.s weie first at bat and opened the matinee auspiciously by uimimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimgimiiiiii: BICYCLE l the acknoft leJyeJ leader. anJ stanJarJ, by which all other bicycles are compared. The reason is because The Spalding S 3 mm mm Is the IEST s 'CYCLE 5 UILT. S t Call and examine our handsome line 5 of the best bicycles money can buy, I FLORBY & BROOKS, I jii Wililiiton Ave ,Opp Court House S edJUUIIIIIM'uniuiiiiiimijiiiiiiiiiiin f Cx Jp J mi, v Ms tallying tvvlco on a baso on balls to Knoll, n single by Llppert, a doublo Bteal and a productive hit by Kgan. Meanwhile Dillon had pone out on a pop fly to short. Doherty drew a pasi to first, but when he nnd Kgan tried a partnership steal, the latter was nlppod at third. O'Connell wound up the Inning by flying out to center. O'Neill and Kngan were the only Scnintonlans to make the first station during thu Scranton halves of the sec ond and thlid Innings but 'WIlkeH Harre In tho last half of the third developed a tally on Clymer's two- baser, an infield out, which advanced him to third, and Dillon's error In fall ing to accept lllsley's assist. With the score i!-t against the men fiom down the alloy, things began to look Interesting. O'Connell opened the font tli. however, with u corkliig slnglo nnd stole second. llcMulioti had ai third sttlke called on him and O'Neill fouled out to Coughlln. Matters looked rather cheerless then, but Itis ley furnished an agreeable disappoint ment by pounding u gravel-learer thiough second bae ti-rrltoty, scoring O Comifll. Knoll got a walk but Llp pert flew out to CImor. The vlltors missed a golden opportu nity In their half. With one out and the circuit filled Jlmoson fanned and Clvmor lot end Smith at second on Mc Mahon"H assist. Swift's employes went out one-two-three In th fifth. With one out In tho sixth McMahon singled but wart doubled with O'Neill on the latter's grounder to Athorton, he being aided by Burns and Goeckel in a. fast play. IN THE FIFTH INNING. In Wllkos-lhirro's half of tho fifth Halllghan walked with one out. Cioeckel hit a, brisk one to McMahon. who started a double play that was completed bv O'Connell and Dillon. Double plays were the fashion after that. Two singles, a sacrlflco and an other single netted AVIlkes-Harro two runs In the sKlh. A foice hit, a double by Chmer nnd an assist fiom HMey to Dillon ended tho Inning. Ulsle walked in the seventh but was caught napping at Hist. A tilple by Knoll to the fenee at right center, Lip pert'a single which was too hot for Wilkes-HarreV Indian pitcher to han dle, a triple by Dillon to the light Held fence ' ml Coughlin's failure to halt 1'aga' n giounder made a totol of thuvj ri'.is. 'Wllkes-Barro made one tally c . Burns' walk, Atherton's slnglo whlc i McMahon did well to slop and Coughlin's double to left centei. In tho eighth an error by Jimcron, Klsley's triple to center and Knoll's same offence along the light field foul line scored two. AVIIkos-Baire suc cumbed on two outfield files and a flue stop and assist by Rlsley. It wius well that the locals continued to wear thMr batting clothes in tho ninth. Thiee clean singles and a. walk lesulted In thiee runs, which really put only two on velvet, for with the scoie ll-l against them Wilkes-I'nue In the Jliril leach struck the hitting gait alieady mentioned and finished within two inns of a tie scoie. Fol lowing Is the score In detail; SCIIANTON. A.H. It. II. O. 2 1 A. B. 0 1 Knoll, cf .... l.lptieit. If ... Dillon. 11 Bng.iu, If .... Doturty, Sli ., O'Connell, 2b Mellahou, I'll O'Neill, u .... Klsliy, p (I 1 0 t a 1 H Totals .: ii ii :i is. WILKBS.BAKKU. A.I!. It. II. O. A. B. ClMiirr, cf S Otlvvi'll. If 0 Uulligan, rt I Cneekel, 11) fc. Iluriis, ss 5 Atlieiton. :i ii Coug'ilili. "!) I Smith, c 4 .llmeson, 5 Totals 12 1! 27 hi 3 Scranton 2 0 0 1 0 0 :: 2 2-11 Wllkt-s-Itarro ....0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 5-3 Barned runs Scianton, 5; Wllkes-Harie, 5. Two-base, hits O'Connell, Cljmer, 2, Coughlln. Smith. Three-base hits Knoll, Dillon, Itlslev, O'Connell. StoUn basis Knoll. Llpiicrt, Doherty, 2 O'Neill, O'Connell, Uoeikel Double plays Mc Mahon to O'Connell to Dillon, Alherton to Bums to Uncckul; Bums to Atherton to Cioeckel. First baso on balls-Off Bis. lev, .!, off Jlmeson, !. First on errors Bouillon, 2. Hit by pitched ball-By BIs lcy. Struck out By Bls-lcj. 2, By Jlme son. Left on bacs Scranton, !i; Wilkes B.me, 11. Sacrlllro hlt-Coughlin. Tinio Two hours. Bmplie Hendu-son Reading Again Defeated. Beading, I'a , May 4. Heading suf feied their second defeat today in a game with Allentowii. The visitors hit Fertsch hard and their fielding was of a gilt-edged oider. The playing of the Delehnntys, Chllds and Tate was a feature. Score: RUADING. It. H. O. A. B. Ht ration rf 2 0 1 0 1 Chllds, 21 110 2 0 Drauby, lb 12 0 0 0 Butts, If 0 110 0 Cokman, 21 o 12 0 Lawrence, ef 0 1 . ) 1 Moss, ss 0 1 u ,1 0 Snyder, c 0 1 1 o 1 reitseh, p o u 0 4 1 Miller 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 4 7 21 11 4 ALLBNTOWN. It. 11. O. A. B. MeCormlck, Sb 0 3 0 :: o limn, cf 10 0 0 0 0 Jos DUchanty, if .... 1 2 10 0 Tate. If 0 1 .' o o T Dclchanty, 2Ij 1 2 t. 4 0 Mclntyrp. lb 2 2 li 1 0 Vlgnciux, o .. 0 0 4 11 J. DelduiltJ, SH 2 4 i 7 2 McGlnius. p 0 1 0 0 0 Totals 7 IS i7 10 3 Mlll.-r baited lor Fertsch in ninth. Altcntown 1 0 12 0 2 0 1 x-7 AlK-iitowii 0 12 0 2 0 1 x 7 Burned runs Allentowii, 0. Two-b.iso hlis-iwrence, lii'ttB. Mclntire, Mcs. Thrie-bao hits Jos. Dolelumt.s. 2. Home tun Jns Delchantr. Stolen bases Mc. lntre Drauby. Left on base-Itt.id-Ing. 7: Allentown. 7. Sttuck out- By Fertsch, 1; uv McGlnius, 2 Double plajs Chllds to Druubj i Jas. Delehatit), T. Dehhnnty and Mclntjre. First on tails Off Foitbch, 1, off MiGlnnls. 1. Ct.iplie McDermott. Time 1 50 Exciting Game at Newaik. Newark, May 4. Richmond defeated Newark today bv a scoie of 3 to 2 in ono of the fastest games ever played on the local diamond The featuru was tho wondetful fleld Ingof Wilgley. Scoie: NEWARK. Jt. H. O. A. U. ooi no o 1 4 J i o n i o o 0 14 2 0 0 1 31 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 o i o o 1 1 .1 1 0 1 1 0 .1 0 Klopf, rs Hehelller, If Meaney, rf Wise, Sli Field, lb WecWIge. 3b Cogau, cf (iunon, o Mcl'uitllu, p I Totuu 2 S W 11 1 nlCHMOND. It. II. O. A. E. Wrlglcy, ss 12 4 7 0 Shannon, rf 0 110 0 Dolan, 2b 0 0 4 2 0 Beybold. If 0 12 0 1 Hess, lb 1 2 12 o 0 Hnrgrovc, cf 12 2 0 0 Dundon, Jib 0 0 0 i 0 Stedman, c 0 12 4 0 Chcbro. i 0 0 0 2 0 Totals 3 9 27 19 1 Richmond 110 0 0 10 0 0-3 Newark 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 02 Two-base hits Mcl'artlln, Hargrove. Throe-buse hits Field, WrlRley. Sacrltlco hit Dundon. Stolen buses Wrlglcy, Dun don, 2. Left on bases Newark, 2; Rich mond, fi Struck out By Chesbro, 1; by Mcl'artlln. St. Double plays Chesbro, Wrlglev and Dundon; Steulmnn and Wrlglcy. Klopf. WNe, Field First on balls-Off CliCHbto, 2; oft McPartlln, 2. lilt by pitcher Klopf. Balk Mcl'artlln. Uinplto-Iletts Time LIB Season Opened at Lancaster, Lancaster, May 4. About five hun ilied people witnessed thu opening of the local championship season this af ternoon, when Lancaster defeated Fat erson by a score of l'l to 8. Ames be came wild and was hit hard and got weak support. After the fltst Inning Minor was a puzzle. The hitting of Ward and Ladd and a catch by the latter were star fea tures. Score: LANCASTER. It. 11. O A. B. Butteimoie, rf 3 3 2 0 0 MoVey, If 12 10 0 Laroeiiuo, lb 1 2 5. 0 0 Leldv, cf 2 0 10 0 Ward, 21 K 4 ."i 'I 1 Schullb, .lb 110 0 1 Leahy, ss l l ,", 5 1 Wentc, o 0 17 0 1 Minor, p 1 10 11 Totals 13 15 27 0 5 l'ATBRSON. R. H. O. A. B Wllght, cf 12 10 0 Camp, .11. 10 0 10 L'idd, If 13 10 1 Duncan, o 0 15 10 Thornton, lb :i 2 10 0 0 Oettlnger, if 12 1 0 0 Riley, ss 0 . 3 4 3 Ginhcnnur, 2b 1 11 :: 5 2 Ames, p , 0 u 0 2 0 Total) S 11 27 Ti 6 Lancaster 0 2 2 0 5 0 to 0 11 rnterson G 0 1 0 0 0 0 O 1 S Earned tuns Lancaster, 3; 1'atn-on, 1. Two-base bit' -Thornton, Buttcrniore, llilry, Lneld. McWy. Thice-base blts Rlley, Waid 1 ntc. Stolen buses -Thornton, 2, Guchcuaur. Ames l.u loique. Si haub Lt.ihx Mluoi Butter more. Left on tubes Lunc.istir, b, I'at erson. 0 Stniek out Bv Ames, J, by Minor, 0 Double plas- ilnelie 11 mi, Rllej, Thornton. Tlist on eirnus l.aa casur. 4. Fateison 2. l'lrst em b-ills Off Minor .!. oft Ames, 5 Hit by plteh er Schnub I'uiplro lieigei. Time Two hours. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Percentage Table. w. L B.C. I'hilaelelphla JJ 3 VW st. Louis 11 .: 7m: BrooklMi II 1; .017 e'hiciKu 11 r. .1,17 Bustou 10 7 .5-S Cincinnati 7 : .rM Loulslllo s s .;) Ii.illtmi.ro S s ,471 New York 3 :i . L"7 I'ittsbttrg I 10 ,2M! Washington I u 2V Cleveland 3 11 ..14 At Baltimore R.IIF. Philadelphia 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 ii- 10 12 2 Baltimore 0 1110 0 0 10-61.' t Batteries Piatt and Douglass, Kltsou and Bobluson. Umplics Hunt and Con nolly. At Pittsburg R.H.B IjoiiIsvUIo 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 10 2 Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0(120)03 7 0 Batte ries Woenl and Klltililge, Horfer and Bowerman. Umpires u'D.iv unel Breunan. At Brookljn R II 13. Boston 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 5 11(111 1 Brooklyn ...: 10 0 10 0 0 0 02 7 Ii Batteries Willis and Clarke; McJames and Fan ell. Umpires Bmsllo and Mc Donald. At Cleveland RIIII, Chicago 0 10 14 3 0011011. 1 Cleveland 0 1 0 0 i 0 0 1 0 2 C 1 Batteries Griffith .end Donohue; Ilughey nnd Sugden. duplies Buns and Smith. DIAMOND PICK UPS. The Serauton men are in lino eondltiin. Lincaster has lekuscd Plteiiur Spto gel. O'Neill gao a Rood account of hlnir elf behind tho phtle. Tho bleachers were very muth In el deiici at jestetdayh ginie.. Wllkes-Barre Is uncertain who sho will plaee In the box this atterneion .Muniger Swift is uueeitain whether or not ho will retiUn I'innan, the new out fielder. Klsley's woik In the box, sao In the last Inning, was excellent. Jlmeson, the Indian, was not In good form. O'Neill will catch today and wilt con tinue behind tho bat n.s long as ho Is In condition. His Injured band Is getting along nlcoly. Hodson will go In tho bo today. In speaking of Hodson Manager Swift said: "Hodson Is In good condition; bis pltih. Ing cftorts of Wednesday remld not bo surpassed." AMATEUR BASE BALL NOTES. The Young Amei leans challwine, any team In the city under 12 e-ars eif age. Answer In Tho Tribune1. Leo Lyiuit, captnln. J. B Sundo, manager. The Twlrlors accept the) RattUrs' chal lenge for Silurdnj, Mny i. at 2 p. m. .Meeit at corner of Spiuce street and Franklin avenue. J. Schiader, inanagei , 11 Stlllwell, captain. Tho Willow Street Stars would like to plav the Twirlers on Ihe Orchard Satur day morning, May 13, lSvi, at 10 o'clock. Answer threiugh Tho Tilbutie An inciting game was played v esterdiy between tho Willow Street Stars and Cowboys. The former shut the latter out. Score, 20-0. The James Boys -ind the Walla Wuhs will eioss Inns 1111 the James Bovs' giounds on .May 7, at iUO p m. J Brad le, captain. Whooping Cough, I had a Utile boy who was newly dead fiom an attack of whooping cough. My nelghbois lecommeneleel Chnmberlaln's Cough Remedy. I elld not think that any medli'ue would help htm, but alter giving him a few -loses of that remedy I noticed an imprevc ment, and ono bottle cured him em tlrelj. It is thee best cough medicine I ever had In the house). J. L. Mocre, South Burgettstown, Pa., For pale ty all druggists. Mattliew Bios, whole sale nnd tetall agents. Grand Parade K. G. E., Lancaster. The Lehigh Valley inllmnd an nounces a mtu of one way faro feir the round tilp from points in Pennsylvania to Lane aster, acount of the giand par ade eif the Knights of the Golden Eagle, Mav ' Tickets on sale and good going Mn Mb ami 'hh. limited for return on Ma 1 1. " Lehigh Valley ticket ugenu for fuither particulars. Notion Counter. jc Patent Hair Pins at lc ioc Corset Stays at- 4c 25c and 19c Canfield Dress Shields, No. 1 and No. 2, per pair 10c Hosiery. 15c Children's Double Kuee and Foot Ribbed Stockings at, per pair 8c 35c Ladies' Lisle Drop Stitch Hose, per pair 17c Underwear. ioc Qluldreu's Ribbed Vests at 2c I2c Ladies' Ribbed Vests, taped neck, at 4c o o o o Hflr wv Qit jMEtjSftty Columbia Chain Bicycles $50.00 Hartford Bicycles $25.00 and 35. 00 Pierce and Stormer Bicycles $25.00 to 75.00 Juvenile, 20, 24 and 26 inch 25.00 These wheels nre the best that money, science and brains can produce. SIRDIUES AND KKFAIK LLUM & OQNRAD. THREE MORE DIVORCES. Granted Yesterday to Women Who Found Matrimony a Hard Lot. Jacob Kurtz Petitions the Court for a Divorce. Com l uranU'd three more divorces .1 osterdny. c'lomlntlue Renwlok. from Itobeit Hunw Id;. Ollo I Grower fiom Nathan H. Urower and Blna. Card fiom Tretl Catd Cruel nnd barbarous trt'.itini-nt was the Kiound for divorce In the Hen whk rase. Thf y 'weie man led Dec L'i. lbW, In New York city, golnff thlthi'r fiom Seiantou to have the nuptials peifoimed, und returning Immediately to make their homo here. The lived together at Yl'j Monroe avenue, until May 6, 189T, when Mrs. Jemlck left the household because of Indignities which her huhband, it lb alleged, heap ed upon her. Tlieae Indignities) began, to It la nvi-ired, two mnntlia after their mar riage and continued almost iiueHant ly until they separated. Indecent jno posalK to the house maid nnd miscon duct with his foimer housekeeper. I..iuru Spangenbuig, ale sumo of tho things which Mis. Itenwlck says Mm was compelled to bear. She also avers that her husband failed to provide for her and was to penurious that he made hi r keep their one stove damped except when It was being used for cooking or when he was In the house, although it might be the coldest day In the year. Wlll.uil, Wairen Ar Knapp repiesent ed the llbellnut and John P. Scragg, tho defendant. A limited dlvotcu was llrst asked for, but after tho testimony was taken permission was granted to change tin petition to ono lor com plete divorce and this was, yesteiday, allowed. In the 13ioer cae, the charge was desertion. The llbcllant was, beforo marilage, Olive Filtz, and lived with her father at 172-' Chut oh avenue. Her husband wns a traveling salesman and they weie mairried on July r.. 1894. in Now Voik cltj. They bigan lmuc keeping In New York and lived then until April 12. 1S97, when the husband complained that he could not afford to keep house anv longer and advised his wife to gn home to her father, piomlslug If she would agree to do this lor n time, be would let her liuve the furniture, pay her boatd at her father's bouse, und. when ho got on his feet, make a homo for her again. Ah soon as she consented he sold thu furnltum to n newly married couple living next door, bought a scalper's tli ket to Scranton, and taking his wlfo to tho station, shipped her home to THE FASHION 308 Lackawanna Avenue. Gigantic Fire Sale. Thousands of dollars' worth of damaged goods that are almost given away daily. Only a few days more and the entire stock will be closed out at such ridiculous prices. Don't miss this great money-saving opportunity of the season. Chaiita Bicycles $75 W0UK A SPECIALTY. Wyoming Avenue MOUNT PLEASANT COAL At Retail. Coal of tho best quality for ilometl2 use und of all sizes. Including Buckwheat and Bldseje, delivered In any part of tho city, at tho lowest price Orders received at tho ofllce, Council building, Boom SOi,; telephone No. KG?, or at the mine, telephone No. 272, will ho promptly attended to. Dealers hupj lied at tho mine. T PLEASANT COAL CO htt lather. That Is the last sh has seen or beard of him. Hon, John 1 Kelly Is attorney for the llbellant. The respondent made no appeal anee. The Catd case hns features some what similar to the ptecedlng one. They were marrried In Lathrop, Sus quehanna county, In l&V.', nnd lived to gethei until INS". Their house binned down In that year and the husband sent his wife to the home of her father, c. C Holnnd. In T.athrop. saying that lie had secuted a Job In Glenwood, and that as soon as ho became settled he would come for her. He never re turned. The llbellant now resides at BUS Jackson stteet. T J. Glhoy Is her at torney. Jacob Kuttss yesterday made appli cation for divorce from his alleged runawuv wife, Bachel Kmtz. They weie mairled Jan. 2.', ISM, and the de sertion occurred Maieh 21, 1S9J. Wat kins .v. Thayer nie his attorneys. DILL POSTERS' CONVENTION. To Be Held Here Two Days of the 1'iesent Month. One may expect to llnd a series of conventions being held In this city fiom now on. Beginning next week with the Knights of Malta and Sus quehanna Dental association, the list Is a long one. The week following next, on Trlday and Saturday, May 111 and 20, the State BUI Posters' as sociation will hold Its annual conven tion here. Kadi cltv wherein there is a laige bill posting linn or Indi vidual, Is entitled to ono representa tive and It Is expected thut about twen ty men will bu heio In attendance at tho sessions. The official programme. Iuih not us yet been fully at ranged. M.itter.t of Interest to tho craft will be discussed. Heeho & Long, tho local ilrtn, will ten der the vlsltois a banquet and show them about the city. Tailored Suits & Wrappers Ladies' Tailor-made Suits lined throughout, worth $6.00, at $2.50 $1.25 Ladies' Wrappers at 89c Millinery. 50c and 75c Ladies' Sailors, all colors 25c $.00 Ladies' Trimmed Hats, slight ly damaged, only $1.49 Wash Fabrics. 2,000 yards of Spanish Organdies, per yard lc Men's Furnishings. 50c Underwear at 25c 50c and 2 $c Neckwear at 10c OLD AND TEETH IIP 1IITI t- CftV FULL SET TEETH ' $.300 lll IlJJili rt. IM TEETH WITHOUT PLATES $3.00 will do all kinds of teeth extracted pbee Dl'Ilflll uni'If 'It GOLD FILLINGS 75o VUIIUI NW1H 11 SILVER FILLINGS 50c lower prices than amalgam fillings 250 anv nllwr DpntUf in G0LD crowns $a.oo to ?5.oo Ullj Ullltl UeilllSl Ml oxheR CROWNS ?1.00 each Scranton. vitalized air 25c We have been In Scian ton ovir Ii3 vears, we aro heie now. we Intend to sta here. Our businew Is not a more expirleuc Wo will not do woik to d.i tl-at jou can't .-all us to i.rcount foi tomor row. We compete with th( (heap nihi UlHiiiK dentists who nie h 10 da and gune to w. but wc do not 11 . . . our work Is u cum. nt So do nut in.ilte a nil1-, take, all our operatois aro perts of skill and tvpeilente, and not nieie students Ptlll our pi Ices nr Inn . n 111. in till' lllU. est Bevvato of Impesters and charlatans who can afford to ruin jour teeth beciiLfrc thev nre not llnnnclally rosponnllile How can we do better than they Tho arswer Is c.is . We hive n dental oftlto In neails rvriv city In the I'nlted States, and wo buj our supplies at wholesale for tost No wonder wo enn give better prices than nnvone el-i i:perletRe eounts alo, nnd we have eNpt rlenco besides om diplomas Den t be buncoed, get the best, tho most lellnhle. tho most comfortable and the must durable. The newest methods! The litest appli cations' The best material!?' Tin so are nttiactlons worth considering. Hr sides ntivous people and tin i-e with heart weakness can have Hull teeth filled er Clowned with absolute safety nnd pus-itleh without p-iln We aro the only reallv up-to-date Dental establishment In Northeastern I'ennsjlvania Teeth ox tiactlug In the nioinlng and ei new set furnished In the afternoon Is an old piae tlce of ours We are the original, nil others are mere Imltatois Wo are tho orig inators of vitalized nlr ALBANY DENTISTS, Over First National Bank $ocat$oftttoaCr; 3C THE POPULAR HOUSE Lawn Seed, Lawn Mowers, I nwn .Snrinkfr.c;. 0. 0 ii uuur jl.1 cciii Window Screens. TT a . - -w t T Garden Hose, 0 X0 IFOOTE & CS Mears lliillilliig. 110-142 NERVITA PILLS D-tnrfR Vlinlllv. Lost Vlror and Manhood. Cures Im potency, NlRht Amissions and wasting diseases, au cucci ui duji- abuse, or excess anu inuis pretlon. A ncrvo toulc UIlll Jilootl Iniildor. BriiiRs the V Wplnk glow to pale cheeks anil WSW restores the lire of youth. WfS Wy mall f!Oc per box, O boxes for $iJ.RO; with a written i?iinrun teo to euro or rcftuul tlio ni)noy. Semi for circular. Address, NERVITA MEDICAL CO. Clinton & Jackson Sts., CHICAGO, ILL. Sold h) JlcOarrah &. Thomas Diii. gists,, SiO I.ackuwani'a ave., Scranton, l'a. TRIBUNE WAKT ADS. BRING QUICK RETURNS. l!7fl : t RELIABLE, See the Low Price. Full Set, $4. Full Set, $4 JJ FURNISHING STORE. s? O B. Lawn Settees, O 55 7 a H0 Garden Tools. JJ 0 5 FULLER GO.J Washington Auiiuc. 5J THE DICKSON M'FG CD,, bnuuton and itlcet-tlarra. l-4. .Mmmfaclurem or LOCOIVIOTIVES.STATIONARY ENGINES l)allcr. lioMtlne and I'umpln; Micnlnj.-y, Genoral Oltlce, 8cranton, I'a. MADE ME A MAN AJAX TAHLRTS POS1TIVKI.Y CDItK .i.A.rtote. il.rair4-rulUos U.a ory, Impotenry, hlMflaMnest, tc. caa.ei b; Atm.a or oth.r FirwHii .nil India cre.tlou.. 'Ihti miukly and urtu i.storo IntVUslil lu uldor jonnc. .nl 111 a una ror uar, uuiid.w or niurl.en. 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