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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING'. JANUARY 13, 1894.
In great variety
Suit the Times.
C. B. PRATT.
In anticipation of
our regular annual
stock-taking we have
re-marked all our
Dress Goods stock
so that immediate
buyers may secure
FOREST CI TV HAPPENINGS.
1 NEWS OF
fOutof town corespondents of The Tnis
Cn r should len thiir names in (all to eaoh
uews li'tter, not for publication out to guard
MINOR MINOOKA MUSINGS.
The Ac'iv ties of a Day In This Lively
Special to fie Scranlon Tribune.
JUisooKv, Pa ..Inn. 13 YuttOf Men's
I Yuute, No. 184. installed the follow
ing ctii era tuis evening: President, M.
J. McDonongh; vice preiident, J. J.
Casey ; eecratnry yice president, M. J.
Carroll; recording secretary, P. F.
L'usiclc; corresponding seeretary, H. J.
Casey; fiuaueial secretary, M. Q Cu
sick; treasurer, P. 8. Mnllieirn; mar
shall, M. F. Judge; executive commit
tee, F. Carey, M. J. Coyne, P. Cawley,
J. Nalhn, C. W. Gallagher. For out
side and inside sentinels, J. J. Joyce
and John McCrea were named. The
officers were installed by Institute Dep
uty P. F. OHara.
The residents of this place are anx
iously awating the arrival ef the street
oar. It will be very convenient for the
many that frequent the central city,
The Greenwood mine was idle to
day. There will be a meeting of the St
Joseph's Total Abstinence and Benevo
lent society Sunday at 2 3 0 p. m.
Mr. J. J. Nallin, tonsorial artist, of
this place, conducts his new place of
business in tbe basement of bis resi
dence on Main street.
James Flynn, who has been sojourn
ing at Chicago for the past yenr, has
Thomas Flynn, who has resided a t
Youngstown, O.. for the past two years,
wue married Wednesday and has re
turned home with his newly made
bride. He intends to make his future
borne in Minooka.
Johnnie Coyne, the 5-year-old son of
Mrs. Coyne, of Main street, who was
burned about the head aad arms re
cently, while burning paper, is recover
ing. Tramps infest this vicinity. They
are fenstiug on the bounty of some of
Some of tbe young men of Minooka
nave organized a dramatic company
and expect to give their first perfor
mance St, Patrick's night.
Everett Campvll, who is visiting at
Mill City, has not yet returned.
James Barrett, of the Uuited States
army, who " has been sp-ndin bia
furlough with his parents in Minooka,
returned to his post to-day.
DUNMORE DOINGS IN BRIEF.
General Crisp Brevities of Social
.Swoal to the Scranton Tribune.
Forest City, Pa,, Jan. 12 The fun
eral of the late John R. Davies will be
held tomorrow at the "Welsh Settle
ment," Clifford, and services will be
ionducted by Rev. D. P. Lappens. The
latives and friends will meet at tbe
jouse at 10 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs A. M. Gilbert, of Gib
on, visited with relatives in this place
Thursday and Friday.
Tbe Hillside Coal and Iron company's
employes will receive their monthly
Mr. and Jlrn John Scully have re
turned from their wedding trip. It is
reported that two or three more couple
are thinking seriously of launching
their boat upon the sea of matrimony
and go sailing through life together.
Attorney L. P. Wademan has been
attending court in Montrose during tbe
David Harris, the popular clerk in
J. L. Morgan & Company's store, has
been confined to bis home tbe past few
days with the prevailiag malady, la
The favorite and popular cantata
"Rebecca" will be given at Davis'
opera bouse Feb, 22, by the Forest
City United Gospel Choir under tbe
leadership of Prof. J. Luther Morgan.
Tbe Presbyterian church society
will re-open their fair next Monday
evening with new attractions, and
lunches and oyster stews will be
Miss lone Tyler is convalesing after
a severe attack of tbe "grip."
Thomas Richards, alerk in the
grocery department of J. L, Morsran
& Co. 's store, was united in marriage
last Friday evening to Mrs. Mary
Thomas, of this place.
George Coles, jr., started Monday
for a two or three months' visit with
Joseph Warra, one of the unfor
tunate men who was hurt at the
Forest City breaker Wednesday morn
ing, is alive, and the doctor has hopes
of his recovery.
WEDDEO AT TWILIGHT.
Pretty Church Oeremonv Unites John
Palvr and Catharine Ball.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Forest City, Pa., Jan. 12. A yery
pretty wedding took plaee at St.
Agnes' church in this place last Wed
nesday Bfternoon at 4 o'olook, when
John C. Pulver, of New York city.and
Miss Catharine Bell were united in the
bonds of holy matrimony by Rev. J. 3.
Coroner, pastor of St. Agnes'.
John R. Bell aud Miss Sarah Bill,
brother and sister of the bride, acted
in tbe copacity of groomtmsu and
Tbe secret art of beanty lies not in cos
metics, but is only in pure blood, and a
healthy performance of the vital functions
to be obtained by using Barduek Blood
Jottings of Perso ,a. and General Interest
Crad tablv CnlUtad. .
Special to the Scranlon Ttilnine.
Dl"NMuRE, Pa., Jan. 12 Mias Mar
garct Halliday, jf New York city, is
visiting at the home of John Palmer.
The Erie aud Wyeuiing Valley rail
road and th" Pennsylvania Coal com
pany paid their employes today.
Mrs. William Messenger visited
Pittston Thutsday afternoon.
Tomorrow arternoon the Rev. Mr.
Gillam will give a chalk talk to child-
reu In the lecture room of the Preaby
terian church. Parents should all en
deavor to have their little ones attend.
Rev. Mr. Hioans, of Soranton, con
ducted the services at tbe Methodist
Episcopal church Thursday night.
An amusing incident occurred in
front of the Presbyterian church this
evening, the principal actors being two
young boys upon whose upper lip the
down is just beginning to show. Tbey
were quarreling over who would esoort
home one of Dunmore's fair maids.
Travel w obstructed for some time,
hut they Uually came to an agreemeut.
No challenges have been issued up to
The Erie and Wyoming Valley rail
road have erected a large water tank
at their round home.
Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Allen attended
a social gathering at Pittstou this even
Beside the burgess and two council
men there will be elected next month,
two school directors, a street commis
sioner and a justice of peace.
Dnnmore lodge, No. 139, Order of
Tonti. have leased tbe Odd Fellows'
hall aud in future will conduct their
meetings there. They used their new
Thomas 'Rnanv, who J was so severely
burned ut Johnson's breaker a few
days ago, died this forenoon.
BOAST NOT OF TOMORROW.
An Effective Sermon b Rev. Ralph Oil
lam on Thia Thame.
Special to the Scranlon Tribune.
Dun.more, Pa., Jan. 12. Another
large audience greeted Rev. Ralph Gil
lam at the Preshytertan church to
night. Services will be held tomoirow
evening. On Sunday morning Mr
Gil Ism will take for his subject "The
Blessed Invitation," and bis subject in
the evening will be the "Unanswera
ble Question." Tomorrow afternoon's
service will be devoted to the children.
Mt. Gillam spoke tonight on tho sub
ject, ''Boast not thyself of tomorrow."
He said in part: I do not know of any
more important message that could
come to your hearts than this one i
''Boast not thyself of tomorrow for
you know not what a day may bring
forth." fhere are people here tonight
who are putting off their salvation un
til a later day when they do not know
whether they will see tomorrow or not.
Tomorrow you may not do what you
may today. Tomorrow means eter
nity. In the name of Jbbus I say do
not boast thyself of this one thing.
Tbe words of the text apply to three
classes of people; to tbe ones who
bave a duty to perform; to those who
have few sins; to the unsaved man.
He ought to be a Christian now.
Tbe discourse was an uncommonly
effective on- and moved the large
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City,
III., was told bv her doctors she bad Con
sumption and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles Dr. King's New Dis
covery completely cured her and she gays
It saved her lite. Mr. Tbos. Eggers, lilt)
Florida St., ban Francisco, suffered from a
dreadful cold, approaching Consumption,
tried without Mnul everything oIhb then
oougbt one bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery and in two weeks was cured. He
is naturally- thankful. It is such results
of which these are examples, that prove
the wonderful efficacy of this medicine in
Coughs and Colds. Free trial bottle at
Matthews Bros,, Drug store. Regular size
50c. and tl.
NEW HOSE COMPANY OFFICERS.
The Members of Enterprise Organisation
Salaot Capable ExtcU'lvae.
Special to the Scranlon Tribune.
Forest City, Pa., Jan. 12 -The En
terprise Hose company have eleoted
the following officers for tbe ensuing
President, William D. Owen; first
vice president, Patrick Clearv; second
vice president, C 8. Alexander; fore
man, George E. Maxey ; first assistant
foreman. John Maxey; second assistant
foreman, George C. Westgate; secre
tary, Joseph J. Janswick; treasurer,
William H. Bates; first pipeman, Ben
jamin Richards; second pipeman, T. J.
Penteeost; third pipeman, M.J.Connol
ly; fourth pipeman. George Gard; first
plugman, W. H. Wildenberger; second
plugman, Charles Alexander; third
plugman, W. L. Bates; fourth plug
man, Fred Straub; first axeman, John
M Brown; second axeman. J. H. Cun
ningham ;police,Thomaa Richards, John
Mulhearn; property clerk, William G.
Reynolds; assistant property clerk,
Oliver F. Cnytc; driver, John Maxey;
trustees, V. H. Wildenberger, M.
Krantz and Charles Biggins.
PITHY PECKVILLE POINTS.
Republican Barough Caucus Will be Held
Next Wedn.edav Evening.
Special to the Scrantoii Tribune.
Peckville, Jan. 12 A Republican
caucus will be held at tho council room
next Wednesday evenmir at 7:30 sharp,
to nominate borough officers.
Lyman Peek is nofiVring with scarlet
fever at the home of Mrs. M. A, Arn
old. The Keystone dancing class of this
placo will hold a social at O'Brien's
nail, i iv pliant, ou Wednesday evening,
Mrs. G. P. Traviss is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. William Dangherty, at
Mrs. J. W, Beck and son George are
visiting with frietads at Pittston.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mott have re
turned after visltiqg with friends at
Mrs. J. E. Milroy is suffering from
Arthur Peck and Mis Lizzie Wil
Hams attended "The Limited Mail," at
tho Academy of Music last Tbursday
Miss Lena Barnes who has been very
ill for a few days past isjconvaleseent.
Mrs. George Seeley. of Jersey City,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A party of ladles and gentlemen sur
prised Mr. and Mrs. vVilliam Johns of
Hickory street this evening, the oc
casion being the birthday of Mr.
SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICES.
Times and Servic s in the Various Ma
ple City Churches.
Special to the Scrunton Tribune.
HONESDALE, Pa , Jan. 12 M-thodlst
Episcopal Church Morning services
and sermon, 10.3,0 a. m. Rev. J. H.
Race, of Wyoming Seminary, will
preach the eermon. Sunday school, 12
m. Epworth League, 6 30 p. m Even
ing service. 7.30 p. ra. The pastor.
Rev C. A. Benjamin, will preach the
8 -rtnon sunvst: ' Paradise Liost,'
German Lutheran Church Rev.
William Schmidt, rector. Mornin i
prayer aud sermon, 10.30 a. m. ; Sun
day school, 1 3:J p. m. ; evening prayer
and Berm n, 7 p. m.
Grace Church Rev. J. B. Werner,
of Susquehanna, will occupy the pulpit
morning and eu-ning Al rmn, prayer
and sermon, 10.30 a in ; Sunday sch d,
12 m. ; young people's service, 6 45 p.
m ; eveuiug prayer aud sermon, 7 30
Presbyterian Church R v. William
H. Swift, pasor. Morning service and
sermon, 10 30 a. m ; Sunday school, 12
m. ; Christian E ideavor, (J 80 p in. .
ev-ning service and sermon, 7 30 p. m
Baptist Cnurch Rev. C. V. Hall,
pastor. Morning service and sermon,
10.30 a. m. : Sunday school, 11.45-0. ni. ;
Christian Endeavor, 6 30 p m. -, evening
service and sermon, 7 30 p. ni.
STROUDSBURG NEWS BRIEFLY NOTED
MAPLE CITY MISCELLANY.
Inclement Weather Keeps Man;
from an Interesting Lecture.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Honesdale, Jan. 12. Rev. Georga
C. Hall will officiate at the mission
stations at Susquehanna, New Milford
and Great Beod on Sunday,
Masquerade balls are not as. frequent
now as in (former years, but the one
held in tbe Liederkranz hall last even
ing by St. Joseph's society was largely
attended. The flue music of Metzgar's
orchestra gave inspiration to the
Fred B. Crossley will pass Sunday
with friends at Pittston.
Several of Honesdale's young people
attended thp donation at Cherry Ridge
The cold drizzling rain and hard
wind of last nigut were the means of
keeping many people from the lecture
at the Baptist church. "Behold tbe
Man" was the topic selected by the
Rev. M. J. Watkins of Factoryville.
He pleaded for the freedom of man
from the many bonds by which he is
held and illustrated his lecture with
ELMHURST AT A GLANCE.
Bright and Interesting Little Items
About Ite Inhabitants.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Ei, Mill km , Pa. Jan. 12 J. W.
Rhodes bus returned from a business
trip to the south.
Frank Shultz, who was injured by a
kick from bis horse a few days ago is
The elegaut now house of C, C. Clay
has just been completed.
Miss Nettie Davis, third teacher in
No. 1. school, has resigned her position
to accept a mora favorable place iu
Work on the Presbyterian parsonage
is being pushed with greitt activity, add
it will bo completed within a short
Mrs. Adeline Wiess, of Sbnltzvilie.
was a visitor at tbe home of Mr. and
Mrs. B. F. ButterfiMd during the week.
CRISP CARBONDALE NOTES.
Fourth Topic of Bev. Mr. Jepson in
H)e Interesting Sirlea.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Carbondale, Pa.. Jan. 12 On Sun
day evening at 7.30 o'olook, will be
preached at the Baptist tabernacle the
fourth in the series of sermons now un
der consideration on tiie New Testa
ment conversions. The1 pastor, Rev.
Mr. Jepson, will take for his theme ,
"Converted by the River side."
Miss Mamie Taylor, who has been
visiting mends in this City, has re
turned to her home in Hyde Park.
Woolen mills to begin.
Two Hundred Men Will Be Afforded
Employment Very Soon.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Stroudhburo, Pa., Jan. 12. The
Stroudsburg Woolen mill will start up
next week. Hands will be added at
fast as tbe machinery in the new mill
can be made ready.
The mill will employ 200 hands when
it gets running to its full capacity.
When Baby was slclt, we gave her Cantoris.
When nh vroe a"Mii!d, she cried for Caatorla.
Wttcn she bocSmo Mba, aho clung to Castor!,
When alie had Children, ahe gave them Castorla.
Charter to BiAeked for a New Fiber
Special to the Scranton TWiune.
Stroudsbdro, Pa., Jan 11 George
Kohler, who has been spending several
months here, left for Now Holland, Pa.
The James' institute will convene
here next week. Addresses will be
made by prominent men In the county.
Professor K nip, of the State Normal
school, will address the members of
Zion Reformed church on Friday even
ing. Miss Ella Everitt, the accomplished
daughter of ex-Recorcjer; Timothy Ev
eritt, is on the sick list.
An application will lie made to tbe
governor on Jan. 26, by Morton Deoker
and others, for a charter of an intended
corporation to be known as the Key
stone Fibre company. The company
will manufacture fibre ware.
LIBRARY RECEPTION POSTPONED.
Will Bs Tendered Oae Week Later Than
Special " the Scranton Tribune.
Taylor, Pa., Jan. 16. The rsosptlon
committee of the Price Library associ
ation are active and it is by their dili
gent work that the association has
reached suoh a high standard. The re
ception that was proposed to be given
on Jan. 19 has been postponed nntil
Jan. 211. Tne members of the commit
tee are: Chairman, H, J. Daniels; sec
retary, M. C, Judge; treasurer, J F.
Tubbs, Will Morris. O. M Williams,
D. M. Williams, Fred Winslow. Mrs.
W. J. Neiger, Anna Gordon and Nettie
The oommittee will meet again next
Tuesday night. They have issued in
vitations to m iny lady friends to be
CATHOLIC LADIES DINE.
Annual Banquet of Benevolent Associa
tion Proves Very E-Joy able.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Carbondale, Pa., Jan. 12 An en
jorable event this evening was the an
nual banquet of the Ladies' Catholic
Benevolent association held in tbe W.
W. Watt building. The spread served
was elegant, and was followed by in
The address of welooma was deli v
ered by tne president of the associa
tion, Mrs. E J, McHale. Mitt Maggie
Thomas was toattmaster, and toasts
were responded to by J. J. O'Neill,
Joseph Brennan and Misa"M iggie K1
ley, of this city, and Richard J. Beam
ish, of Scranton.
IS A NOTED GLOBE TROTTER.
Visit to Dalton of Henry Tripp Inspires
Special to the Scranton TWftune.
Dalton, Pa.. Jan. 12 Henry Tripp,
of Vallejo, t'al., is visiting relatives
and frleuds here. Mr. Tripp will be
remembered by many of the older resi
dents of the community. His father,
Samuel Trip, once lived near Waverly,
His mother wat a daughter of Robert
Mr. Tripp bat been quite an exten
sive traveler, having made two tripe
to Europe, as well as trips all over our
own country, i 1 is now starting out
for a trip around the world, intending
to be absent five years.
CLARK'S GREEN NEWS NOTES.
Bright Budget of Crisp and Chirpy Per
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Clark's Green, Pa., Jan. 12. A F.
Rhodes, of Avion, called on friends
litre a few days ago.
E. Leutsey and J. E. Higgins are so
far convalesced as to be able to appear
on the streets once more.
A. L. Thayer, of Nicholson, visited
among his acquaintances here on Tues
No new cases of grip have been re
ported this week as yet, while quite a
number are having quite severe colds.
Quite a number of our townspeople
atteuded the concert at the Summit
DALTON DOTS AND DASHES.
Shert Penclllnga of Pereonal Mention
and General Intelligence.
,S;ecia to the iciantiMi Tribune.
Dalton, Pa., Jan. 12. Superintend
ent Davis visited our schools on Thurs
day. Mrs.-Anderson, nee Miss Emma Dean,
of Providence, is visiting friends in this
Ofllcer Eugene CkrUUn
An Officer's Battle
He Might Have Lost But for
Hotel! Wat Given, and the Inevitable
An officer connected with the Tacony
Station house, Philadelphia, hat had a se
vere battle, with a monster, or a demon,
he hardly knows which to call it. We will
let him tell the story iu his own words:
" I Want to Say a Word
about what Hood's BarsaparMla did for me. I
wts troubled the worst way with dyspepsia.
Why, I could not eat anything at breakfast
without distress, and when I did roanago to eat
a little it would all come up again. I tried
almpst everything I heard of to find relief, but
still I suffered. At last I was told Jnal haw
I felt and what Hood's Sariaparilla would do
for me by an advertisement in a paper. I de
cided to try the medicine, and realized all the
benefit premised, it was what Hood's Sart
parllla actually did for me that
Convinced me of Its Merit
I cannot pralst It enough. I can eat heartily
now, although two months ago I did not know
what it Was to keep anything on my stomach.
Hood's a. Cures
Besides being cured of dyspepsia, I have been
relieved of severe pains Id the kldnovs. I am
willing this should be used to tell others how
lobe cured of dyspepsia." Orncta Euuknb
Chhibtink Tacony Station House, Tacony,
Dr. ED. Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist,
And bis auooiated staff of English and Ger
man 1'hyaiolans.are now permanently located
Temple Court Building
81 1 SPRUCE ST..
Where they may be consulted DAILY AND
The Doctor la a graduate ot tbe University
of Pennsylvania, formerly demonstrator of
physiology and surgery at tbe Medlco-Chlr-urglcal
College, of Philadelphia. Ho la alto
an honorary member of the Medico-C'hirur-gical
Association, and was physician and
enigoon-iu-chief ot the most noted Amerloaa
and German hospitals, comes highly Indorsed
by the loading professors of Phfladelpuia and
His many years ot bosnltal experience on
ablea thla eminent physician and surgeon to
correctly diagnose and treat all deformltiee
and diseases with tbe most flattering success,
and his high standing in tbe state will not
all w him to accopt any incurable case
LOST MANHOOD RKoTOKKD.
TVHAKNKNS OF YOU VG MKN CUUKD.
U you bave oenn given up oy your physi
cian call upon the doctor and lie examined.
He cures the worat caaesof Nervnua-Debllity,
Scrofula. Old ctores. ( atarrh. Piles. Female
Weakness. Affections of the Ear, Eyo, Nose
and Throat, Asthma, Deafness, Tumors. 'an
cera and Cripples of every deeanptlon. Con
eultatlon in English and German Free, wblob
shall be considered sacred and etrictly confi
dential Office Hours: 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. Dally.
8nudny, 9 a.m. tn 2 p.m.
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONNELL CO.
Bank of Scranton.
Statement Dec. 19, 1893, called for by
the Comptroller of the Currency.
Lnnna SI, 204,473.40
United Statea lionda 200,000.00
Other Botula 448, 17.75
Handing House 28,074.46
rri-mluma on U. 9. Honda.... 17,443. 75
Due from U. S. Treaaurer 10.000.00
Due from Hanks 321.13909
Surplus 240,000 00
Undivided I'rollta 50,935.29
Dlvldenda lupnld 1,882.80
Deposits.' 1,722.250 80
Due to Bauka 80,024.07
WILLIAM CONNf.LL, President.
GEO. H. CATLIN, Vica-l'resldent.
WILLIAM II. PK K, Caehier.
William .nocil, George H. Catlln.
Alired li Henry Belln, Jr., Jamea
Arcbbuld, . II IV. in T. bmitli, Luthar
Thla bank offers to depnejtors every
facility warranted by their balancea, bual
neaa aud responalbllitv.
Special attention given to bnalneaa ac
counts Interest puld on time depoaita.
HOOD'S PlLLS cure Nausea, Blek Headache,
ifidliesUon, liulousoese. 8old by all drugglsu.
National Bank of Scranton
. SURPLUS $25,000.
W. W. WATSON. Vice President
A. B. WILLIAMS, Caehier.
9AMtllr. filNHS, JAMES M' EvERHART,
Irvinu A. Finch. Pierce B. Finlev,
JoHKl'U J. JKHUYX, M. U. KEMKRin.,
C'UAs, P, Maithews. John T. Pohtib,
W. W. Watsom.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This bank Invites the patronage ot buslneaa
men and firms generally.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY
There ate hundreds of young men and youug women in thi(
country who have splendid ability, but they have never been
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
lias been an inspiration to hundreds of youug people. If you
are tired of inactivity and want to do something tangibly
come to the College.
COMMON ENGLISH COURSE.
SHORTHAND COURSE p g
. NEW YEAR OPEV8 JANUARY 1.
DRITKR 8H0B CO.. Inc'p. Capital, l ,000.000.
BEST tJl.50 SHOE IN THE WOKI.D.
"A dollar saeed (t a dollar earned." ,
ThlsLadlea'Hnliil French DongolaKId But
ton Boot delivered free anywhere In tbe U.S.. on
ICtWMCfOtu, Money uracr,
or Postal Note for tl.M.
Kqiml. every way tho boota
sold In all retail etorea for
tiM. Wo make this boot
ourselves, therefore, wo guar'
antei the Jtl, Utile and wear.
and if any one is net sailstleJ
will reiunn uie njuu.y
send another pair. Opera
Toe or Common Sense,
is C, D, K. Si lil'..
lies 1 to s ana n or
iliea. Send your net;
WW J" IO"-
Dexter Shoe fOBSUb
Special term$ to IMter$,
sTa hSmtTVawm. wldtl
mffi? I -VwawaWawawswi
406 and 408 Lackawanna Avenue.
Y'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
DIIQC Special 30-inch Smyrna Rugs,
UU UQ $2.50; reduced from $3.50.
STORE CLOSES 6 P. M.
NOW ON STICKS
THE RI6HARDS LUMBER CO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building,
TELEPHONE 422. ii
take elevator. ocranton, Pa.
"VVHILE many manufacturers and dealers are making extravagant state
" 11 ments concerning the merits and durability of medium or low grade
pianos, Intending purchasers should not fail to examine the famous
Illustrated book containing valuable information on pianos on application'
IT if OSaJ,ra--tf 123 Adams
Had more OFFICE CHAIRS
than he wanted did not sell
as many for holiday trade as
anticipated. We have re
lieved him of some at a very
low price. You can judge if
you care to relieve us by
looking in our window or
coming into the store; our
price on them is much lower
than regular cost.
Remnants of Carpets and
Odd Pairs Lace Curtains are
moving lively. Have you
had your pick?