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THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 2. 18U4.
IN GREAT VARIETT.
No Fake Sale in Ours
We have better barualns every flay In
tie year than so-called "barpnin days,"
"clearing tales," and each well-known.
Worn-out, played-out schemes will afford.
For real bargains iu FIRST-CLASS NEW
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Popular, reliable and within your reach.
HALLET & DAVIS
Have taken over 109 first premiums In
1 1. past tifty years.
Oiber makes of Plan. Four makes of
Orpans in beautiful new designs. Bee our
Hock before buying. We have the goods.
Cur prices are light Everything m tho
STELLE & SEELEY
IS4 Wyomlna Ave., Scranton, P.
EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
G., B. & Co.,
Imprlnlwrt nn Ench 0!nar.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
OUKT HOUXfci xjl A..IC.
DR. WARE will be
in his office after Jan
uary 3, 1894.
135 WYOMING AVE.
THE ORANGE PROBLEM.
Row to I. .it Tliis Vary Delicious but Ex
ceedingly Juicy Fruit.
One of the best remedies for an orange
a sort of whipping a devil around a
Btuuup is to use a spoon. The directions
advise cutting the orange carefully into
halves, taking care to do so across the
grain, so that a spoon can slip in readily.
A gentleman who has lived for years
in the American countries in which the
orange grows is waging a war against
the slovenly manner of cutting tho orange
np and serving it on the table. In such
a case he recommends that B very sharp
knife, one as keen as a razor, be used,
and the fruit cut into slices infinitesi
mally thin, and built, layer about, with
Since the spoon has been relegated out
of modem dinner civilization almost, a
fork is used to eat it with. In southern
Europe the peasants always eat fruit iu
its natural shape and never think of
treating it to doses of sugar, salt or other
seasoning. Around Naples and in Mal
aga the people bite a hole iu the orange,
suck out the juice and then throw tho
orange away. Small American people
often do the same, but of course the
American must try his hand at improv
ing nature, so he puts a lump of sugar
in it. An orange planter thinks such a
On board ship a unique way to always
a popular way to do anything. There
they take an orange, and with a very
sharp knife cut olf a slice of skin across
the top. This is placed below tho orange
ami skewered by a fork into jiosition.
Holding the fork in tho left hand, the
knife cuts down tho peeling, which m
dliierently falls off or hangs down.
Then the same knife. cuts the juicy
meats thus left exposed into small por
tions, which are conveyed on the point of
the blade to the mouth one of the cases
on record where a knife enters tho mouth
by common consent of the fashionable
world. The small quantity of juice that
flows down falls on tho false bottom of
the orange, and thus the hand is protect
ed. The orange never eats better than
in this way, and it is also, as may be ob
served, freed from all untidiness, says the
IN STATE JD COUNTY
Bright Prospects for the Friends of Prosperity
WHY WAGES HAVE BEEN REDUCED
A sideboard is an almost indispensable
piece of furniture in a dining room
where closet room is scarce and a con
venience under all circumstances. When
the man of the household is handy with
Cleveland and His Backers, the Dem
ocrats in Congress, Responsible for
the Unpleasant Conditions That
Exist Tho People Disgusted and
Determined to Show Their Disap
provalBright New Year for Re
publicans. The year 1894 bids fair. It comes in
with good promise. The industries in
our own city give promise of continu
ous employment, while the reports
from all parts of the state are equally
encouraging. Of course the wage of
the toiler will not bo as great as in
former years owing to the machinations
of the enemies of the pjople, the Djiuo
cralic members of congress. They have
sen tit to report a bill, that removes in
a great measure tho duties on manufac
tured articles. This state will suffer
peculiarly by the enactment of the pro
visions of the Wilson bill. As in
earlier days when it derived its name
from the peculiar position it formed
and occupied in tbo original thirteen
colonies, so today it it the keystone to
the arch of Republicanism, the bul
wark against which the poisoned darts
of the enemy are aimed.
Democrats have no use for Pennsyl
vania or Pennsylvania!!. When in
power tlioy can strike at its people, at
its industries and resources with im
punity. This is the policy that they
;tre at present pursuing. Pennsylvania
with its mammoth industries must
boar the brunt of the free trader's as
saults. Its inhabitants may bo reduced
to the last straits, ami the met) who are
n sponsible for its desolated condition
will be deaf to all argumeuts aud en
treaties. THE DUTIES OF THE PEOPLE.
In this condition of affairs it be
hooves citizens and voters of all condi
tions to see to it that tho spoliiters are
rebuked when occasion may arise.
Pennsylvania above all other states
needs a protective tariff. It cannot af
ford to be brought in competition
witb the illy paid workmen of
foreign countries. It can not afford
to view with complacency idle looms,
furnaces, forges and workman while
foreigners reap tho benefits. It can
not afford to, nor will it. The last elec
tion was an admonition to Grover Cleve
land and bis theories, to his English
friends and sympathizers aud the Anglo-Americans
who ape E lgliih w.iys
aud manners; whose thoughts and ac
tions are not American, and who would
by their votes pauperize the people of
this country so that they might be
lauded by the prince of Wales' set and
that they might toady to royalty.
The admonition Wilt unheeded. They
still continue to pursui their fratricidal
policy. They are themselves bevond
the power of want and the pale of the
injuries tbey inflict. None of their
money is invested in anything that
gives employment to labor. They have
not the cures of business burdening
them. They see not the sufferings of
the poor workmen whose oonlition
they are directly responsible for.
IN LACKAWANNA COUNTY.
The people of Lackawanna county
expressed their disgust and disap
proval of C'hivelandesque mismanage
ment of national affairs At the lust
election Democracy received an over
throw that it will not recover from
until its policy changes. It was not a
Republican victory in the strict
sense of the word. It was a popular
victory, Democrats showing their dis
approval tqually with their Republican
neighbors. The spirit then exhibited
must be kept alive. The work of de
throning tho free trader must be con
tinued until the last enemy of Atneri
can pro parity is driven out of power
and if need be out of the country.
The Democratic politicians of Lacka
wanna county are cognizant of the
conditions that surround them. They
see the writing on the wall. It is not
a question ns to who will be their
party's nominees, but rather who the
nnrty can net to accept a nomination.
Ex-Jndge Smith, it is understood, will
oppose Judge Archbald. Iu faet h
admitted as much at the Powderly
banquet and reception, but his success
this year will be even less
than it was hist fall. For
congress Democrats will not even muke
a try for the office. There may be a
nominee and under certain conditions,
even that mnv he dispensed with.
With the other county offices the re
sult will be the same. Democrats cm
not be successful in Pennsylvania or
Lackawanna county, whileHtheir repre
sentatives in 'Washington prove them
selves not friends, but enemies of the
KEPT OPEN HOUSE f. LI Df.Y.
A CONVENIENT SIDEBOAHD.
tools or can command the work of an or
dinary carpenter at small expense, this
convenience may be homemade. The
Art Amateur recently gave some side
board designs, tho simplest of which is
here reproduced. It is abort,; 0 feet long
and about 5 feet 1) inches high. When
made of wood that does not harmonize
with the woodwork of tho dining room
and its other furnishings, it may be
stained the desired huo and then var
nished. BETTER ToTlETHAN FALL IN LOVE.
Well ho slumbers, greatly slain,
Who In splendid battle dins;
Deep his sleep in midmost mala.
Pillowed upon pearl who lies.
Ease, of all good gifts the best.
War and wave at last decree:
Love alone denies us rest,
Crueler than sword or sea.
-William Wilson In Christian Educator.
Anhtuier fiuach Boer.
Louis Lehman's, S2P Spruce ofc
A new bicycle worth 175 will be sold for
186. The machine Is guaranteed and is a
rare bargain. Machine may be seen at the
Central Republican Club En:, rlajncd All
Calltra at IU It.n-i.,1
The Central Republican club received
yesterday, The secretary, W. 8. Mil
iar, who just returned from Philadel
phia, in the name of the club, received
and welcomed all comers. Tho rooms
were opened all day and evening and
looked hHiidsomer than ever. Old
Olory was thrown to the breeze from
the bay window and attracted much
There are on file in the rooms the
Scranton, New York and Philadelphia
daily news papers also several illus
trated papers and magazines of polltl
cal import. The Central is gaining in
favor every day and has come to stay.
PIZiH WILL NOT GET NEW TRIAL
Judge Archbald Hand Down an Opinion
Refusing to Grant One.
In an opinion handed down bp Judge
Archbald yesterday he refused a new
trial in the celebrated case of Philip
H. Baker of Jenny n, against Lwis
Pizer. Patrick Jordan was appointed
committee of the person and estate of
Court handed down decrees in adop
tion of Sarah Daily by William R.
Reese; Ethel Dili I v Jby Reesa Anthony;
Annie Daily by John J Jones: Jennie
Daily by David H. Price, and Morgan
Daily by Benjamin Davis.
SOCIAL OF ENTERPRISE CLASS.
A Very Erjoyabla Event at Exojlilor
One of the most enjoyablo of last
evening's social events was the social
given by the Enterprise dancing class
at Excelsior ball. It was attended by
about eighty couples of young people
from various parts of the city. The
tnneio was furnished on the piano by
MIsb Nellie Cnrran.
Those in charge of the social were
George F. Taylor, F. B. Foote, Edward
Haldeina. Hsnry D. Taylor, Edward
and Charles Eisole.
LARGE CROWDS AT WONDERLAND.
The Patomime and Marionettes Pleat
the Audience Immensely.
The usual holiday crush was at New
Wonderland yesterday. Every seat
was taken and large numbers were
turned away. It was no wonder; for
better shows, at popular prices, this
city has never seen than those pre
sented at New Wonderland of late.
The entertainment this week is excel
lent in every detail. The marionettes
and the pantomime aro the favorite
acts; but the acts of the Magnolia
Quartette: Lois Easton, fire fly dancer,
Kitty Smith, transformation daucsr,
and others, is tar above the average
and worthy of the unstinted applause
tbey evoke. Harry Tborne and
Maggie Willett Bcore another hit, and
still further add to their great popu
larity. The versatility of this excel
lent team seems to have no limit.
The tickets for the poor fund benefit
are selling rapidly. A usat sum is al
ready realized and there is more to
NEW YEAR'S AT THE V. W. C. .
How the First Day was Spv.it by the
The Young Women's Christian asso
ciation rooms ou Washington avenue
were crowded all yesterday afternoon
and evening with ladies and gentle
men anxious to inspect the apartments
and extend their well wishes for the
work of the year just entered upon.
The work of the reception was In
charge of the reception and refroeh
ment committees, The former com
mittee consisted of Mrs. Connell, Mrs.
Hippie, Miss Deacon, Miss Hawley,
Miss Krigbaum, Mrs. Gates, Mrs.
Everhart, Miss Kiesel, Miss Pearee,
Miss Krauler, Mrs. Fellows, Miss
Dickinson, Miss Doersam, Miss
Pratt, Miss II. Smith, Misi
Thompson, Miss Rolands, Miss
Minuie Munson, Miss Lang, Miss
Lewis, Miss Margaret Munson, Miss
Hess, Miss Annemans, Mrs. Brewster,,
Miss Ella Hancock, Miss Potter, Miss
L. Short, Miss Sarah Jones, Mrs.
Weston, Miss Doersant, Mis Annie
Jones, Miss May Anthony, Miss Eva
The committee on refreshments con
sisted of Mrs. Derman, Miss Hawley,
Mrs. Coursen, Mrs. Stelle. Mrs. Frsnk
lin, Mrs. Hitcncock, Mrs. Bentley, Mrs.
Dorster. Mrs. Boien, Mrs Decker, Mrs.
Buck, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. W. T. Hackett,
Mrs. Hurlburt. Miss Whitlock, Miss
Ainsley, Miss Hardenberg, Miss Sea
mans, Miss Mason, Miss Wright, Miss
Rose, Miss Long, Miss Rose, Miss
Richmond, Mrs Watts, Miss LiuJer.
Miss Barker, Miss Mayer.
From 4 o'clock till 10 o'clock the
rooms were continually crowded. From
7.!i0 until 8.30 Miss Shardlow, the in
structress in physicial culture, con
ducted an exhibition in the gym
nasium. It consisted of club swinging
and dumb bell exercise. Iu the hall an
entertainment was given in which Miss
Bertha Conger, Miss Susie Block, Miss
Graragban, Miss Mallory mid the Elm
Park orchestra tool: part and gave ex
BASE BALL IN SCRANTON.
Secretary D'.ddUbick Hopes to Ste
Says yesterday's Philadelphia In
quirer: "The prospects of the Penn
sylvania State league for next season
are very bright. The decision of the
Scranton club to stand by the state or
Sanitation makes seven full fbdged
clubs that are now ready to take to the
diHtnond, and it is hoped that Wilkes
Burre will make the eighth ruembar.
It appoars that Scranton never made
application for membership in the
Ettstern league, aud that its name was
used without authority. Willinrasport
is also in line for a State league club,
while Binghamton and Elmira, N. Y..
can )e hail to make up an interstate
circuit, if necessary.
Next season the State league will be
under the protection of the national
agremnt, and the salary limit, which
was $?0i) per month last season, will be
raised to $1,001) or $1,200. "
CAPTAIN KELLOW'S SERVICES.
Sixteenth Warders Can Show Their Ap
Republicans of the Sixteenth wurd
will be culled upon today to
nominate a candidate for select coun
cil, and they wil have an oppor
tunity of showing their appreciation
of true worth by voting for Cptian
William Kellow, who is a candidate to
Captain Kellow is a veteran in coun
cil, and Commands the respect of his
colleagues, of both branches. It is
almost enough to secure the passige of
measure to have it champiouod by him.
He is a brilliant parliamentarian, and
his services as chairman of select
council drew encomiums from all sidss.
He is a close reasoner, and onoe hit
opinion is formed, he is immovable,
Important to Business Hen.
TbB TBIBUNI Will soon publish a care
fully compiled mid classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing aud professional interests of Scram mi
and vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our public build
ings, business blocks,atreets,etc. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well as the city
atlarsre. Representatives of Tub Trihunk
will call upon THOSE whose names
are DB8IREO in this edition and explain
its nature more fully. We trust our live
business men will give it their hearty
Those desiring views of their residencoi '
in thi edition will please leave notice at
Elm Park Suppir.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Elm Park
church will serve supper Tuesday evening,
Juu.;-, from 0 to b o'clock. The price of
this bountiful repast will bo 25ceuts.
Special sale of hair switches at E. M.
HeUel's parlor, U30 Lackawanuu uveuuo.
Reminoton Typewriters and Edison
Phonographs for sale and rout. Copying
work executed. Phonographs rented for
an evening's entertainment. Telephone
2343. Edw. Uunster. Jr., 435 Spruce
Happenings of a Day That Will Interest Many
RECEPTION LARGELY ATTENDED
It Was a Red Letter Day in the His
tory of the Young Women's Chris
tian Association Democratic Cau
cus in the Nineteenth Ward Offi
cers Elected Shorter Parapraphs,
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The Young Women's Christian
association gave a reception to friends
and well wishers yesterday afternoon
and evening. It was the first New
Year's day spent in their new home,
and it will be one that will be kept
green iu memory for many a
day by those who ucoepted the cordial
The rooms were beautifully decor
ated and the young ladies flitted hither
and thither caring for the comfort of
their guests. Others with a zest that
was amazing, went about with pads
and pencils soliciting persons who ,
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eiw fJieeeub auu wuti vreie uwi. iuuui-
bers to become such at once, and they
succeeded in compiling a long list of
those who signified their willingness to
join the association. Upstairs younger
members indulged in games to their
hearts content, while others imbued
with more spirit romped and played in
Among the ladies from the South
Side who were present and received
were: MrB. J. W. Slocum, Mrs. B. F.
Moore, Mrs. D. W. Humphrey, Mrs.
John Shener, Jr., Miss Annie Rankin
and Miss Flora Tompkinson. Among
the guests were: Mrs. I, F. Everhart,
Dr. und Mrs. L. M. Gates, Mrs. El
ward Connor an 1 Miss Carrie Marsh.
D. W. Humphrey, E A. Vorhls, Mr.
and Mrs. William Smith, Evnest Gloor,
Mrs. Renniman, Rev. Mr, lliorus, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Huber.
The Elm Park orchestra was present
nnd contributed much to the pleasure
of the guests. Caki and colt'oe were
served to the visitors and the follow
ing literary programme was rendered.
Vocal selections, the Misses Sailer, E I
win Armbrust, Mis-i Eisis Brown, Miss
Davis, the Misses Brown and May
cock, C. P. Drum recited and the fol
lowing persons rendered instrumental
music, Miss Bessie Myers, piano; banjo
and auto harp, Mi. Hazlett and Mr.
Canfiolu; piano duet, Miss Thompson
and jMiss Hazlett; violin and piano,
Miss Long and Miss Doersam; piano
and cornet, Mrs. J. W. King aud Miss
Nineteenth Ward Ceuous.
Tho four men representing the vari
ous districts of the Nineteenth ward on
the Democratic committee met last
evening and decided to cull a caucus
for Saturday evening. It will be held
at the house of John Noll between the
liuiirs of 3 and 8 p. m. The caudidatis
are as follows: For school controller,
Herman Notz, M. W. Walton and Ed
win Frable; lor common council, T. H.
Kelly, P. J. Hickey and Ambrose Herz.
It is probable that all the candidates
will abide by the result.
C. M. B. A New Offlor.
The following offlon of Branch 85,
Catholic Mutual Benefit association
wore elected at the last meeting of the
society: President, Michael McGarry;
first vice president, James O'Connor;
second vice president, Cuarles P,
Brown ; treasurer, Dr. J. A. Manley;
recording secretary, M. J. Dooahoe,
fiuanoial secretary, T. J. Coyne ; as
sistant secretary, William II. Daly;
spiritual adviser, Rev. E. J. Melley;
marshal, Thomas Little; guard,
Patrick Scott; trustees, D. J. Healy,
Maurice Duggan, Thomas McTigue
and Thomas O'Connor.
Rov. August Lango and Philip Bram
b.icber will leave on Wednerday for a
visit to Germ iny.
Fri'lolin Schnraer, of Cherry street,
died v-ry suddenly Sunday evening
The funeral will take plane Wednes
day morning from St Mary's church.
The regular monthly meeting of the
South Side board of trudu will be held
Jacob Mock raffled a borso at Knest
tier's yesterday. There were 130 tick
eta Bold at $1 each. John White threw
!6 and won the horse.
The North works will start this
According to the new rules of the
police department, this section wiib
patrolled by all new ottuem last even
Lehigh. Valley Railroad Co., Notice to
commencing Mouduy, January 1st, 1894,
passenger trains of this cotnpauy to and
from New York, Jersey City aud Nowark
will run via west Newark, u-ing tho
Pennsylvania railroad trucks between
thnt point and Jersey t'ity. Passeugers
will therefore on uud after the above date
tuke the Pennsylvania railroad from the
foot of (,'ourtland aud fiesbrossuB streets,
New York city, instead of the Liberty
Street ferry of the Central Railroad of
New Jersey. Passengers from Newark
will take the Lehigh Valley trains at the
Market Street station of the Pennsylvania
railroad. Slight change iu time.
m . .
Beadleston & Woern's and Ballantlno's
Alee are the best. K. J. Walsu, aguut, ai
A Bicycle for $35.
A youth's bicycle will be sold at $35,
worth J75. Call at Tribune office.
I UU dontknow it,
but it is a fact. We
have the largest line
of medium priced
DINNER, TEA AND
in the city. We sell
no goods but what
Solid Silver Chatelain Watches,
$3.98. Worth $5.
Ladies' iO-k Gold Filled Watches,
Ladies' Solid Gold Watches,
$ia Worth $23.
Rogers' Knives and Forks,
$3.90 per doz. Worth $5.
817 LACKAWANNA A V I'
ll- YOC WANT A
Photograph token of vour Wife or Chlldron,
Hymen, Dogs, House,
Or Yi urself, yon cannot do better than
CALL AND 8KB SPJtCIMKNI
At Van Oorder'a (iallory, !".i Spruce street
Beclal attention advon to developing aud
iiiuvnii.g iur iimuieuru.
WEICHEL k MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
THEY FILL THE BILL.
We bavo the most complete issortment of
.en h t n 1 11 1.. 1, 11, i: ..... ...... - n. 11
2 , l'-Vu '"' l" t'"' taste. Some of our new
shades nnd designs in Tins are especially at
tractive. They me selling at ngnrea which
. u juu uu hum iur uamg witiiout all soils
aizo. und styles.
205 Lickawanna Avenm.
Men's Holiday Slippers.
Ml those who are Becking useful
and serviceable HOLIDAY PRIuS-
ENTS should avail themselves im
mediately of the bargains uow 011
MEN'S HOLIDAY SLIPPERS
Men's Faust Slipper.... 2. OO; formerly Si-W
Men's Alligator Slipper. 3. formerly 11.00
Meu's Kussin Calf
Men's Russet Uoat '
Men's Kangaroo '
Moil's Velvet On'ra '
Men's " " '
1.50; formor'y 'J.U0
1.60 formerly LUX)
l.OO; formerly 1.50
.."O; formerly 1.00
Also, a variety of Fancv ami
Colored Slippers, in all shapes and
styles, at figures far below market
Look at This
for a New Year's
Bargain. It Will
At These Prices You
Electric Seal Capes, 18 Indies,
84.4!); formerly I0.
Astrakhan Capes, L8 Inches, $0.49 j
Mink Capes, L8 inches, V2; for
Crimmer Capes, IS inches, 16.49;
Russian Mink Military Capes, 22
indies, $5.9$; formerly $12.
Electric Seal military Capes, 22
inches, $9.49; formerly $18.
Forty dozen Assorted Mull's at
$1.4!); formerly $3.
Fifteen dozen Assorted Children's
Betsat98c.j formerly $2.50.
A line lot of Sleigh Robes, plush
lined, at $8 each.
Plush and Cloth Coats sold at your
Millinery almost given away.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR RAW FURS.
NEW YEARS GIFT
You could make no better present
than to buy a
IfjY'O IJTPTTJD We have
JU 1 U ULjJ 1 M them from
$3.50 to $10.00.
Martin & Delany,
Coal Exchange Building. 132 Wyoming Ave.
138 Wyoming Ave.
THE COLUMBUS II HOUSE
Is the most popular musical establishment in Northeastern Penn
sylvania. The highest grade of Pianos and Organs. The
lowest prices obtainable anywhere and the most liberal
terms ever offered to purchasers are some of the
leading inducements. Look at the list.
E versit Pianos.
Vose & Sons ' Pianos,
Popular Pease Pianos,
THE WORLD RENOWNED
Story & Clark Organs,
Chicago Cottage Organs,
And all kinds of Musicul MorchamlUl
constantly on hand.
The Holidays are here, and this is the place to buy Tianos for a Christmas
i resent. 1 rices are lower than any other music storo in Hcranton. Special
Atteutton Remember always when vou start out to search for a Piano or Or
gan that Christopher Columbus point with his riyht hand to the exact placa
you want to go. Nowhere i t is:
205 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
J. Y. Guernsey, Prop.
Collins Sc Hackett
.N.N A AVE.
ROPING MISTLETOE, etc.
Pricos very reasonable. Space
will not permit us to mention the
good things for a Christinas din
ner. Stock ig complete. Anything
to be found in a first-class market.
W. H. PIERCE,
Dr. Hill & Son
Pot twth, M0 host sot, JS: for gold caps
ami tooth without platus. railed crown and
hridpe work, call for prices aud Nfwrtnflei.
TOhALQIA, for oxtracthitf ttwtli without
pain. No eutn No RM
OVER E HIST NATIONAL HA Mi.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
Tho Specialist on tiiu Eye. lloiidiiohos nnd
Niii-vousuoss relluvod . Latest nnd Improved
Stylo of Eyo Ulass "s and Spctacles at tho
Lowost Prices. Uojt Artificial Eyw ins.'rttsl
305 SPRUCE ST., op. PoatOfflc.
G.W. Owens & Co.
Ladles' Tailors and Furriers,
BpR' C 1 ST.,
JUO COURT hoi. si-; BQUARB
Think that because you have not
WINTER FURS OR
FUR CAPES, JACKET,
That you can get along without it this
winter. We have thre months of
cold weather ahead of us.
To dress warm is to have GOOD
You will find our stock lanre with
If you think of buying or
not, v'sit us, We may have
just what you were looking
You know that a garment that fits
perft c ly is what you will buy.
The Price Will Please You.
OIL AND MANUFACTURING Cd
Manufacturers and Doalort
nina nil 9m
W V Putlnrlar
Also Shafting and Journal Grease.
OFFICK:-T21 West Lackawanna Avs.
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