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THE SOU ANTON TTJTBUNE SATFT?DAT TVrOIWT"NTG. JANUATIY 6. 1894.
In great variety
Suit the Times.
C. B. PRATT.
Describes and contains the
Leading Fashions, Latest
Dress Materials, Stories, An
ecdotes, Humorous, Illustra
tions. Valuable Information,
elevating and pleasing read
ing for the home. GIVEN
AWAY to those who call for
it at our store.
Modes and Fabrics
Bound at the end of the
year will make a book of 384
pages or more, with about
500 illustrations, describing
gowns for calling, shopping,
weddings, receptions, balls,
parties and other occasions.
Every lady wishing to be
well dressed, and dress econ
omically, should have it.
THE NEWS OF
rout or town oorraponaents of Thi TMI
UNE should siju Ih'.'lr MRWI in full to MOB
nuns fattor, nut fur publioatlOQ uut to (MM
Yesterday afternoon the Younif
Ladies' Cookinc ciub were entertained
at tea by Miss Lilian Baker at her
home on Church street.
On Sunday evening at the Baptiat
tabernacle, the third in the serif of
sermons on the conversions in the New
Testament will be preached by the
preachsd by the pastor, Rev. T. E Jep
son. Tbe subjsct of this sermon will
be "Converted on a Journey." The
two previous sermons preached of the
series have beon very interesting und
large and attentive audiences havd
been present each evening. After the
sermon the ordinance of baptism will
bo administered to several converts.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Pat
rick Cookan died yesterday morning,
Hud tbe remains were interred in St.
Miss Jennie Annger,of Terrace street,
is visiting Miss Sally Johnson, of
The funeral of Mrs. Edward Mledv,
who died at her home on Dundaff
street on Thursday afternoon, will oc
cur this morning. The remains will
be taken to Deposit, N, Y. , her former
home, where interment will b.i made.
They will leave on the Erie flyor, leav
ing at 9.20 a. m.
Branch No. 549, Catholic Knights of
America, installed the followiug of
ficers on Thursday evening to serve
during the year 1894: Spiritual direc
tor, Rev. T. F. Coffey; president, An
drew Pidgeon; vice-president. Mark
Campbell; corresponding secretary, P.
M Campbell; financial secretary,
John P. Campbell; treasurer. James I'.
Maxwell; Bergeantat-arms, James
Uerritv; sentinel, John Uarne; trustee,
Cottage prayer meeting was held last
even i hi; at the home of Benjamin
Decker, on Archbald street, under the
auspices of the Baptist Christian En
Yesterday afternoon a very inter
esting meeting was held in the Presby
terian church bv the local branch of
the Women's Christian Temperance
union. Among the matters of business
transacted was an arrangement made
for the distribution of temporence liter
ature. Charles Morris is confined to his home
with the grip.
A Household Treasure. '
D. W. Fuller, of Caiiajohurie, N. Y.,
says that be always keepH Dr. Kiugs New
Discovery in tbe bouses mid liia family has
always fouud tbe very bent results follow
Its use; that be would uot be without it if
procurable. (4. A. Dykeuan. druggist,
t'otiskill, N. Y., says that Pr. Kiug's New
Discovery is undoubtedly the best cotwh
remedy; that be has nsud it in bis family
for eight years, and it has never failed to
do all that ts claimed for it. Why not tro
a remedy so long tried aud tested? Trial
bottles free ut Matthews Bros1, drug story.
Regular size Mc. and $1.00.
DR. WARFI ELD'S LECTURE.
The Institute Adjjurun Sine Die After
the Election of Ofli?rs.
Honkspau:. Jan.. 3. At the court
house last SfeninS a liuto solo was
played by Edward Rued, accompanied
bv Mrs. Rechtmyer on the piano, and
Jefferson Freeman on the violin. Tbe
hearty encore was responded to
Dr. Warfield, president of Lafayette
college, lectured on the subject,
"What's in a name" ' He briefly told
of the origin of names, which at first
bad a moaning particularly relating in
the occupation of a person After tiie
middle ages names wero invented that
had a moaning and have gradually
passed on unlil the present time, when
they simply denote the individual. 1! -cpoko
of the peculiarity of m my nam -e
in. d gave many ttintMiuif illustrations
Professor Albert, and Professor Twlt
rnyti gave short a ddfessoa this m ull
ing. Onic-rs were elected, oommitleea
appointed and the institute adjourned
sine die. The, institute this year wa
characterized by good attendance and
attention of the teachers, by good lec
turers on practical subjects and by the
tborougblittfj witn which th work at
bund was covered.
Sunday chui;;:h services.
Times and Sal vie a iu the Various Ma
p'e City Cburobea.
HOSfltSDtfLlti Jan. 5 - (trace church--Rev.
George 0. Hall, rector, Morning
prayer aud sermon, 10.80 a. tu . ; Sun
day school. 12 m. ; young people's sr-r-vice,
0 48 p m. ; evening prayer and
sermon, 7.80 p. in.
Baptist church -R-v. C F. Hal),
pastor. Morning s u vicj an 1 simou,
10 'M h. ui ; Sunday school, 11 4") a. in, ;
Christian Kndeavor, 6.80 p.m.; even
ing service and sermon, 7 80 p. m.
Presbyterian Cuurou Uov. William
II. Swift, pastor. M irning service and
sermon, 10 I'd a. iu ; Sondav school, 19
in.; Christian Endeavor, 0.80 p. ta ;
evening service and ISmiOO, 7.3'J p. in.
Methodist Episcopal Church -Rev.
M. D, Fuller, of Providence. Serantoo,
will exobange pulpits with Riv, O. A.
Benjamin, Sunday morning service
and sermon, 10. 80 a, m ; Sunday school,
Vi 111. ; Bpwortb league, 6.80 p. m. ;
evening service aud sermon, ",,'M p. in.
Ceuuau Luther ju Church Rer.
William Schmidt, rector. Morning
prayer and sermon, 10 80 a. m. ; Sun
day school, 1 80 p m ; evening prayer
and sermon, 7 p. m.
LAST NIBHT'S BURGLAR.
This Play of Thililinf Pathos GrnetcJ
by Crowd id Hcnme.
HONISDALE, Jan. 5. "The Burglar"
at the opera House last night was an
exceptional)!? good show and was
greeted by a crowded house. The fact
that anntanaa was neither heaw nor
freonent can be accounted for when
tbe character ot the piay IS laweu into
consideration, which, witii the excep
tion of a few characters, is the inter
mingling of crime aud sorrow.
"The Hnrirlai is a pathetic play.
deeply stirring the emotions.
BucUlen's Arnica Salve.
Tbe best salve in tbe world for Cuts
n...ia,.a Kbtfliaa lTlc.rs Salt. Rhwnni l-'evor
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and nil kiu Emotions, ami posi
tively cures riles, or no pay required, it
it. guaranteed to giro perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 20 cents per
box. For sale by Matthews liros. ee
REDUCED TO SMALL COMPASS.
Maple City Affairs Chronicled la Crisp
nnd NeW3y Note.
Honesdalk, Jan. 5. A wojk of
nenvar sill lie oblerfed in the Metho
diet church, beginning Monday. Jan. ,
and ending r rMuv Olgnt, Jan. i
Hon. E. B. Harder, hergh, W. W.
Wood ami Nicholas Louis returned
home yesterday from the Harrisburg
An itimr.rtaint mpotillL' of the Bx
change club will be held tomorrow
(Saturday ) evening at V BU o cock,
W. S. Lambert returned home today
after a sojourn of two weeks at Thorn
asville, Ua. whero his family is Spend
ing tne winter.
W. B. Bnonanan, of Philadelphia
made a business call to II mea l ilo to
Invitations are not for tin reception
and ball to be given by Division 1 An
cient Order Hi'oernians at the armory
Friday evening Jau. 18, The music
will be furnished by Metljar'e orches
tra. A line time is anticipated,
Thomas Kallighan died SU Jdeilly ut
bis home here tins morning.
A wheel eame off from the heavy
laden wagon of Mr. Ordnnng, of Sseley
ville, ou Main street today, causing
Miss Est die Hilleck returned to her
home in Cumpville, N. Y., today.
Mrs. Henry, of the But Side, is very
ill with typhoid fever.
Yesterday, while at work on his new
house on Second str, B-rton Park I
lell twenty feet, seriously lojoring
himself, Tlio cans - of his fall was a
splice in tho scaffolding, which Wai
being taken down. Dr. Davis has
strong hopes of his recovery.
A horse and wagon belonging to Al -exander
Shlsnta, of Mavfield, While
standing iu front of the Jermyn phar
macy, was struck by an electric cr.
The wagon was upset and the horsa
dragged for some distance. No dam
age was done except tbe ruined har
ness. Mrs. J. Mitchell, of Fifth street,
who has been seriously ill, is slighly
better at the present writing.
John Kennedy, of tbeEnt Side, is
suffering from a sovero attack of pneu
monia. BdwardNeary, of Ma field, while at
play, suffered a fracture of his collar
Michael Fick, tbe supposed mnrderer
of John Page, returned yesterday. He
says that he bad been visiting at Ply
mouth and knew nothing of the 111111--der.
He is now iu custody in Ser. 111
ton, having voluntarily surrendered
When Maliy won sli-k, we Rave her Castorla,
When she was a Chilil, k)i cried fur ( 'astir i.
When she Uvanie Miss, she StttBg SO Custorla.
When lihu had CLlIdrt-u, lbs gat S them Castui'la,
The L nlies Aid society of the Bap
tist obnroh will asrre a snnpr In the
lecture room of the church Jan. 17 for
tho small sum of ten outs. Thi so
ciety was but recently organised and
should receive the hearty support of
Tb- members of the Bpwortb league
and Christian Endeavor societies joined
in a union "watch meeting" at the
Methodist church Sunday evening.
There was a large congregation pres
ent, and as the old veHr slowlv died
tlios-i present realised that l!'.l with
her opportunities was gone forever.,
and many were the resolves for a more
consecrated Christian life and lxtt,r
service for the M ister in tbe year that
is before Us. As the old year died and
the new year was born the congrega
tion knelt in silent nr aver, after which
they sang "Praie Q id from W'nnm all
Blessings Plow." Thus ended a meeting
that certainly was a blessing to those
Miss Louise Small, a young daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs F. B. Small, white
at play Wednesday evening found a
small bottle of Iodine and drank it.
Antidotes w-'ie I mm 1 liatelv given and
a doctor summoned who brought the
littl" lady through with nothing m n
serious than a burned throat.
The tifth quarterly meeting of the
"Keystone union'.' of Cbristiau E i
doavor societies, comoriaing tne sooi -ties
of Factoryville, Nicholson, I niton
and Waverlv. will meet In the Baptist
onurch of this plaos Jau, 19, afternoon
Mrs Irene Seam ins, widow of the
late Dacon James Seam in, die 1 at ar
horns near here yesterday at the ag-- of
80. She had b0 a victim of la grippe
for about .throe weeks, Son was a
faithful Christian and a strong advo
cate of temperance, The fnueral will
be b'ld next S'inday at 11 n in In the
Six Principal Btptlst church, of whloh
she was a member. Rv D, L B'i
nett, of Washington, R T. will offi
ciate. Charles M Walter, of this pi ice, end
Miss Nettle Sin ill, of Mintrose, wars
last Sunday unite I In the imi of
mntrlmony at Blugh untm s. Y tit 1
young people are well known and
highly respected here. Mr Walter is
the honored prinolnal ot our grsdsd
school and Mrs. Walter is a sister '.
Jeweler P. B Small, of litis pitted W
extend our congratulations and bij
them a hearty welcome am ing ui,
l lie wee!; of praver will bs obsirved
at, the Baptist churoh next waek, when
special meetings will probably bacon
tinned, lor several Week 4.
The fiiir is still in progress and
scarcely a night passes that the lull iu
not crowded to lis capacity. A good
entertainment is provided each even
ing and visitors have lots of valuable
articles to select from A barrel of
11 mr is tho door prls 1 all this week, a
dlffereut barrel each night.
The infant child of Jeff McConnell,
which died on Monday, was interred
at Prlcebnrg cemetery on Thursday
Mathew Donnelly, of the Ki.!a, cir
culated among friends here ou Tunis
Master James Lewis is going to at
tend a business school.
C. II. Donovan, of the Boulevard, has
moved to Shenandoah, where ho will
1 ng age in tin- mere intile business
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Logan, Mrs.
James J, Logan and son, Patrick, nnd
Mrs Marv Welsh attended the funeral
of Mrs. Martin Hart at Carboudale 0:1
A Polander was brnl illy as tnltod by
two of his fellow conntrymen the other
niu'bt. He appeared before Justice of
tho Peace Logan an l had warrants
Issued for them, A case was called,
but the 's(uir-' soted as pei cetu ik r
mid the case wai settled by lue de
fendants paying the costs.
Some time during Tours lav night or
Friday morning thieves gained an en
trance into William Moses' barber
shop on Main street and succeeded in
relieving that gentleman 01 thirteen
watches, nine ragors and a number of
othc-r valuable articles Mr Moses,
who is a practical watchmaker as well
as a first-class barber, bad .a number of
valuable tickers on haul for repairs, all
of which were Stolen aud lie will have
to stand the loss. Tho police have a
clue. A few policemen on night duty
w uld be a blessing to the community,
CCBB FOR CllOCP. -Use Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil according to directions. 11 is
th best remedy for hiI sudden attacks of
colds, pains and inflamatloni and injuries.
A number of (lis Daughters of Atnei i
pa number of I hi town visited their
sister lode.i ut Hyde Park last night.
Earl Decker, of PitlstO0,Waa iu town
Professor M J Loyd and an 1 bride
have returned home from their Wed
ding trip, and will go to housekeeping nt
Tho officers of Laokawanna Valley
Council, Junior Order United Amsri
Can Mechanics were Installs 1 Thursday
The Loyal Knights of Ainric-i had
a public installation of officers last
night. A large attendance was pres
ent. The entertainment was rich in
culture and evoked much applause.
The repeating of the cantata by the
Sunday school ot the wbls 1 Congrega
tional obnroh at the rink on Jan. in
should not b forgotten and a large
audienc" should greet them.
The Knights of Golden Eagle held a
public installation Tniirsday night.
It. vv. Heeso was chairman of the en
tertainment, S. J. Phillips read 11
paper on "Luck," which was interest
The cltlSSns will no doubt SOCK call a
caucus and nominate a tioket for the
borough election in February,
M, M Williams and Thomas B iwen
were in PittstOU on Thnrsd iy.
The Price library reception commit
tee mot Thursday night Among its
routine of business it derided to hold
an entertainment and reception on
Thursday night, J in. 10 Tim nft'iir
will be unique, An admission 01 10
cents will be charged and nil who at
tend will be served with a free lunch,
wbicn the lady friends of the associa
tion will furnish and s-rve. The en
tertainment will be short and tbs re
mtiinder of the bight will be spent in
H. Riob, of Gravity, was a recent
caller iu town.
Oar chief of police should by all
means endeayjir to break up the habit
of loafing on the corner of Union and
Main strud ts.
Siniuel Gordon is bpnftasd t his
home with the i illienzi
W. (1. Fry was in Olyphant ou
Thursday visiting friends.
Thr- 0 new members were ndded to
the Price library membership at their
last meeting. The directors have also
resolved that the games are only for
members and a list of those are posted
upon the book case for reference.
August Fisher wiisin Wayne county
Kob-M't Burleigh, chairman of the
Republican c mferr s of Lackawanna
township, has called a meeting of the
conferrees for next W-.lnesdav night
at 7 o'clock at J. E Davis' hotcd.
The manv friends of Mabol Day will
be pleased to know that the prospects
of her recivery ara Very promising.
Thomas Swales is still conflaad to
bis home with rheumatism.
At the annua election oi trustees for
the Plrst Methodist Episcopal church
of Peokville A U. Tnorpe and S F.
White wets el-cted for the ensuing
tbr"e years. Work on the New Meth
odist Episcopal ohnroh is lo begin
early in Marc 1. The church will oc
cupy lawn iu front of the present edi
fice and will also 00 Vera portion of the
site of the old church, whloh will be
moved back to serve the purpose of a
chapel and lecture room. When com
(il ted it will In an ornament to onr
town ami afford a commodious audito
Hum for the accommodation of tho
people of Peck ville aud vicinity
Bev, Dr. Penrce, pastor of the Elm
Park Methodist Episcopal church of
Surnnton, will deliver tne olosinglec'
ture in the People's Lecture course at
tii Methodist Episcopal obnroh next
Tnesdsy evening, Admission 80 cents,
Dr. E. Grewer
T IP, PbllflflAlnhifl Sri!
jnn.es lit ber Dorman
of Shy He uer, Pa,
Cured of Scrofula
Tho IPoopiu will have Mood's
Mr. Vorman'a J'.jrprrlrnrc
"My boy, new n years old, had Bcrofula In
one eye from the tune bo was .1 babyi dlsebarg
in : t'.ie tuna, f late we have been giving
htm Booil's Hnnaparllla, anil it has done ail
thai medicine can uo. Ths Borofulu has dlsap
pound, iiini hii eye Is healed up ami welL 1
fully believe Hood's Barsaparllla is the heni
mod 1 in'- in the 111 irkot 1 keep a general suae,
ami it is nut a trick lo sell flood's Barsaparllla
for the people will have it. 1 sell more ul
Hood's Barsaparilla than all other modlclnes
tosetber atel UlS store would not he com, ih le
, iod'ss Cures
Without It. My wife hr.s al-io been entirely
cured ot Bcrnfulabj Hood's Barsaparllla, and 1
am lienrtllj lhankful tor what 11 has dunu for
us." John DoHltAN, snv lieaver, Pa.
And Ins HSHeolatml itaffot Entdltib and Gcr
man I B)rWlailS,ara now peruiaiiuntly located
Temple Court Building
;u I BPRTJCn ST..
Where iLu,- may bo consulted U.VlLY AND
The Doctor is a graduate a tbe Uulvursity
or Fenneylvanta, rormerlr demonstrator of
pcyeiolugr and sargerv at the Medico-Oblr-urBloid
Oollege, of PbfladelpbU. Be is also
iii hiiiioraiy n ember el the Medieo-Chirur-Ileal
Aieoalatlnn. and was physioiaa ud
ui-geoo-lu-cbiof of the must nntfd American
and 1 1 man hospitala eomos hivhiv Indorsed
bs Iholeadlns profoseortol Philadelphia and
Hie runny years of hnitntal nXierienoe on
sblee Ibie emlneut phyalolaa j-nd snrneon to
correctly dlatmoee end treat all defen<lei
nii-i dieeaeee w:th the most flattsrinffsnocesa
ami bin l.uh atatidtnn m tbs state will uut
d w him to aecept auv incurable casn
Ills. HAMKltm IlKsTOUKD.
WEAKNESS ill-' Voi'st; SIKJi cnitr.n
H you nave ooen civon up i-y vonr pnysl
1 an call upon the doctor ami he, examined,
he cures the worst eiiscsof Nervous Debility,
Hrrnfula, "Id Sores 1 atarTb. Piles. Femilo
Wi nknes. Affection! of the E-ir. JC'-e. No-s)
nnd Threat. Asth-n-. Deafneee, Tumure, 'an
cere and CrlKples of every desorintloa. Con-
attltatlou la Bnultab and llerraan Fr,o. which
eball be considered sacred and strictly cuun
i 1 1 it
1 ftli-H Honrei n A. M, to u r. .11. Daily.
Sunday, a.ro. tu p m.
Lge Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT CONNELL CO.
Hoon,f5 PILLS ro t! bit ewftarlnnar Pllls
nU ' lie Trv :i box 'ftc.
Look at This
for a New Year's
Bargain. It Will
At These Prices You
Electric Seal Gapes, is Inches,
H. I9j formerly 10.
Astrakhan ('apes, is lnches,$6.49;
Uinli Capes, 18 inches, $12; for
Crimmer Capes, is inches, $6.40;
Rue Ian Lynx Military Capes,
Inches, $5.98; formerly ,.12.
Electric Seal .Military Capes, 22
inches, $9. Hi; formerly is.
Forty dozen Assorted Mulls at
$1, 19; formerly $3.
Fifteen dozen Assorted Children's
Sets at Use.; formerly $-'.50.
A fine lot of Sleigh Robes, plush
lined, at each.
Plnsh and Cloth Coats sold at your
Millinery almost given away.
HtGHEST PRICES IB FOR RAW FURS.
II Mdl UI cu
Bank of Scranton.
stiiii iiii-ut Deo, l!. 1803, esllsd for bj
IIil Colli lltrollvr Ol lh l iu rc-ucy.
I nllvil Statee Uouile snn.oon.no
Other Honde 448, 1ST, 7ft
Hanking Houee 88,074.48
I' re in iu mi on r. s. Iloiids,,., 17,443.78
line from t - S, 1'reneuror io.iioo.iki
I uo 1 1 ii in Uuka 881,130.00
i inn i7:i.uuu.u8
Capital 8-jno.onn oo
Unillvlded HroUte 80,888.88
i Irculatloi if.
Ulvldenda Unpaid l,8'i .",0
Hue iu Baoka 86,884,07
WILLIAM CONNKT.t, Praeldent,
olio. II. CATLIN, Vlro-Prraldanfe
WILLIAM H, lIS k, t u.lilcr.
Wllllara onnetl, George li. fntlin,
Alfred Hand, Henry Uelln, Jr., James
Art-llbald, IIUhiii T. Smith, Luther
Tllla banll nMVis to (ltMmltora rvrry
faclllt) uiiri-itnt.-d by tlu-lr baluiu-.-H, busl
ueaa ami reaponallilllSsr.
Nio-, -iiil uit.-iitloii ale-en lo bnstneas ac
eounta Internet taii on time depoelta,
II n C
National Bank of Scranton,
tear 09 eloifi ".;.
138 Yyomin": Ave.
I tiu-p- hi Plan, l'n ! chin. liar Htt ctiod.
Pepoi tor Bergoor si Bngel'a Tsnnusosu
ii Cof, 15th and Filbert SU,; Philaii
fii i-t deaofabla for reatdenta of x.k. Ponft
ijflvsbta. All oottTtniencM lor trsTelars
tn ami tron Broad Street tatl"n ud tbo
TweUth .'mil Market Str'-t Nation. Do
ftllulilofor vi-iiin Seruiiloiiliiua aud oou-Ik-
in lliu ....... in i;.. Ii,. ;i -,,
T. J. VICTORY,
buy THE TKLBUNE
v. W WA rsON, lea President,
A. IS WILLIAMS. Oudiior.
BAMtrSti 11iNr-. 4A1TSS M BrSRRART,
InviNd A. FlM ll. PISBOBBi Kinikv,
JOSKPH J, JSIUITN, M Kl.MI Hi ll.,
Cbas, i'- Mai mbws, J.iiin t Poktsh
W. V. WAThUM.
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HOW TO MAKE MONEY
There are hundreds of youug men und young women iu this
country who have splendid ability, but they have never been
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
lias been an Inspiration to hundreds of young people, if you
are tired of inactivity and want to do something tangible,
come to the College.
COMMON ENGLISH COL' USE.
shorthand course. p E yOOJ), Proprietor.
NEW YEAR OPENS JANUARY 1.
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BEST 81. BO HHOK I N THE WOK1.W.
".l M!.tr lead la t rf-'ter aarnao.
ThlaLatllra' Soldi i ronch Dongola ml nut
tm itout dcllvurod tree anywhere In the I -., on
r-r tec.'il nil inh, Muni-y Ordrr,
j i,r r,iK hi oio ior ai..i.
every was tho biiota
nil reUll uliacs fur
Wo make tiii 'Hint
lliert-for,' wo guar
fit. ntylf and wfitr.
iy one lfl tiui Hutienrii
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KERR & SIEBECKER
406 and 408 Lackawanna Avenue.
E have completed our inventory and
naturally have found some odd lots
of LACE CURTAINS, CHENILLE
PORTIERES and TABLE COVERS,
which we will close out at actual cost.
They Must Be Sold
In our Carpet Department you will find
bargains in Tapestry Brussels, Ingrains,
and in the finer grades, such as Moquette,
Velvet and Axminster.
Dropped Patterns, Remnants and Old
Pieces will be sold regardless of cost.
Special 30-inch Smyrna Rugs,
$2.50; reduced from $3.50,
STORE CLOSES 6 P. M.
NOW ON STICKS
THE RICHARDS LUMBER GO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building,
"VXTHILE many manufacturer nnd dealer aremakins? extravagant state
nients concerning tho merits aud durability of medium or low fradj
piano, iutt'udiug purchasers should not fail to examine the famoui
Illustrated hook containing vuluable information on pianos ou application
Odds and Ends
And Remnant Sale.
You who have experienced the Dol
lar Saving Virtues of these sales
will be the first, as usual, to get the ben
efit of our offerings.
To you who have not tasted thereof,
let us advise: Look in our show windows
during the next few weeks and note the
goods and prices, but they are only a hint
of what can be secured inside.
It will pay you to investigate further.
OUR EVER-LIBERAL CREDIT SYSTEM
Deals comlort to all with a lavish hand.
Our Heating Stoves are being sold at
big reductions. We only sell the best.