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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE MON DAT MORNING. JANUARY 15, 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
THE MEWS Of
Out of town corrospondnnts ofTim TltiB
UM: should slun tliulr nmon in full to eaoh
lliWtl l ,1 ,,. t ., .. i 1 .t I ...it tn D.mPll
RECEPTION AND BALL.
Division 1, A. 0. H. , and Thir Friend
Pass an Enjoyable Evening;.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Honesdalk, Jan. 14 The larj new
armory of Company H was Friday night
transformed into a tiling of beauty.
I he decoratious were artistically ar
ranged and lent enchantment to the
view. As you entered the ball you
passed under a heavy drapery of Man,
and tnrougli an aiule,u bower of green.
Ou your left, with walls of greeu, was
a prettily arranged ante-room some
thirty feet square, where one was se
curely screened from the whirl of the
hall room. A similar room lay on your
right, but in place of the chairs and
niL's were four long tables elegantly
Everyone enjoyed an elaborate sup
per. Aletzgar's orchestra, of eight
pieces, occupied a platform that was
profusely decorated with 11 us, at the
right of the ball. At the rear of the
hall was a large Inudscapa scene, rep
resenting a cottage nestling down
among Irelaud': rocky hills Her
was a pretty booth, from which soft
drinks were dispi-nsed. Each electric
light glohe ou the sides of the room
whs encircled by a wrsath of laurel or
hemlock ; boughs of evergreen wore
neatly arranged in all the nooks and
corners, making nu entrancing scene,
beautiful to behold and beautiful to
Charles A. McCarty was the manager
of the ball and was assisted by Jamen
P. Kelley. The executive committee
consists of Charles A. McCarty, James
II. hlelli'.'hau, Pnilip Motmghan, An
drew Murtha and Thomas Mcl-Jinnis
At the door you were greeted by the
reception committee, James Hyan,
Juniea H. Knllighan, Andrew Murtha,
Frank CauHeld, M. J. Hanlon, P. H.
Skelly and M. J. Hawley.
The gratui march was struck up nt
9.45 p. m , and headed by Mr. ami Mrs.
James P. Kelley, the long hue of
conpli'i went through the stately
march. Th programmes were given
out, and the last notes ot the orchestra
had hardly died away before the floor
committee were hard at work filling
up the vacancies in the quadrille sets.
Toil difficult part of the entertainment
was admirably managed by Matthew
Murray, W. N. Kallihan, Thomas
McOinnis, John Kallighan, Pnilip
Coar, Michael Spellman, James Buck
ley. William Bracey, Thomas Bracey
and -I, mi"s Monaghan.
Over 200 people enjoyed the recep
tiou aud ball of Division 1, Ancient
Order of Hibernians. Amouu the out
of town guests that were nbticed pres
ent were: James L. Skelly and L) A.
Hayes, Scrantoo ; Thomas Burns,
Thomas Reagan and Thomas Shanlty,
New York; Bernard Gerrity, Toledo,
0. ; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hollywood, Eas
ton, Pa. ; Hon. John Kuhbach, Harris
burg; Mis9e Nellie Harrison. U iristin a
Murphy, Mame Beshan, Hawley; Miss
Kate O'Connor. White Mills; Mioses
Katie and Lizzie Gibney, Scranton .
Missel Minnie Moylan, Agues Dwyer,
and Ed. Delancey, Caiman; Dr. and
Mrs. Dwyer, Forest City, and William
and Matthew Delaney, Wayrnart.
PLEASANT SURPRISE PARTY.
Aarol llitrr's Influence.
WMiln the .nemnrv (if niiildle aired npo-
pie, a woman uicu ;u u uei hku hi um- ui
tho middle states whose recollections, had
they been published, would doubtless have
thrown light on many obscure passages of
our early history. She was the daughter of
a man eminent in the political struggles of
the first years of tho republic. One anec
dote which she often related gave the de
tail of n dramatic chapter in tho life of
Miss Blank, then a beautiful girl of 10,
went with her father to Richmond to wit
ness the trial of Burr. Her father was one
of his prominent political enemies, and she
had been taught to call Burr the archtrni
tor and to denounce him with the wrath
of an Ignorant child.
Hurr was released on bail during the
trial. The day after Miss Blank's arrival
she received a beautiful and costly basket
of (lowers from him. The next evening he
called u'pon her, as he had done upon all
the ludies at the hotel.
So winning was his manner, so apparent
ly sincere his words, that Miss Blank was
led to believe in his innocence.
On the day of trial Burr's friends and
enemies took opposite sides of the little
courtroom. In her old age Miss Blank con
fessed that on entering the courtroom she.
dropped her father's arm and seated her
self among Burr's friends. "And," she
cried triumphantly, "every woman present
many of them the wives and daughters ot
his opponents was npou that side of the
Her triumph was short lived. Her father
led her out of the courtroom, and it gives
us a significant insight into the customs ol
the time to know that he took her to her
room, locked her into it aud kept her there
during the trial.
"I spent the time," she said, "praying foi
the safety of Aaron Buff, I was Dot 'in
love' with the man. I inn convinced now
of his guilt. Yet such was the power of hin
gentle, sincere manner that to this day I
feel its charm." Youth's Companion.
Miss Sly's Elrtbday Mad Occasion for
an Erjovabl Gathering-.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Honesdale, Jan. 14. A pleasant
surprise was tendered Miss Srh Sly
Friday evening in honor of her birth
day. The party made its appearance
well supplied to set a good 4ahle and
made the occasion a very eujoyable
Those in attendance were Misses
Jnlia Bader, Ida Heft, Anna Herman,
Amelia Brandamore, Anna Branda
more, Anna Williams, Gertrude Rock
well, Lottie Goble and Robert Dorm,
John Grover, William Alexander,
Henry arcoe, rred Weitzil. John
Hawker, Jacob Ohraer, Waltr Fowler,
G. P. Sommers and William Sell.
DIPHTHERIA'S THIRD VICTIM.
Dread Disease Still Retting- In and About
tDtdal to the Scranton Tribune.
Honksdalr, Jan. 14. Fred, the 8-year-old
son of Randall Stevens, at No.
1(1, died of diphtheria at 8 o'alock Fri
Fred is the third chill that has
been taken from the Stevens house
hold in the past few weeks by the
dread disease. The funeral was held
at 2 p. m. Saturday, Rjt, George Q
MAPLE CITY M UTTERI NGS.
Some Change Contemplated in Rooms
of the Exchange Club.
Special to the Scranton TrUmne.
HOXBSDALB, Jan. 14 The Exchange
club contemplates making several
changes in tho arrangement of their
rooms, to meet the requirements of its
Robert M. Heaney, of Scranton,
took dinner at the Allen Homo to-day.
"Will o'the Wisp." a comic opera, is
billed to appear ut the opera houso,
Tuesday. Jan. 10.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
FUNERAL OF JOHN R. DAVIES.
It ia Very Largely Attended and Was an
Fliecial to the Scrantiot Tribune.
FOREST CITY, Jan. l-l The funeral
of John R. Davios, who died Wednes
day morning of pneumonia, took place
yesterday at his home on Main street
and was largely attended. The Stars
and Stripes wro festooned about the
casket, and two elegant wreaths of
tluwrs were at the head, with the mot
toes, "Our Father," and "Our Friend."
A detail of twelve men from Lien
tenant Ezra A. Griffin post, 180, Grand
Army of the Republic, of Scranton, El
L Haas commanding, was met at the
Erie station at ! 88 a m. by the Forest
City Cornet hand and marched to the
direful strains of music to the home of
one who, thirty years before, had been
one of t heir comrades in tho heat of
tho battle. A delegation frr.m the
Knight or Pythias lodge. No. ;i()tS. of
Hyde Park, was present. William
Bromley Williims in charge. After
the veterans ami others had looked at
the remains, Rev. D, P. Lappens, of
the Forcest City Biptist church, made
a few appropriate remarks and olfered
Hi veterans then formed in lino out
side, and as the band was sending forth
softly some strains of sweet music the
pall bearers placed the ctsket in the
hearse to be takn to Clifford. Twelve
teams conveyed the people to th"
"Welsh settlement," where Rev", D. P
Lappens preached a very impressive
and touching sermon, taking for his
text Philippine, 1, xxi, "For to me to
lure is Christ an 1 to die is gain." Mrs.
D. P. Lappens, organist of tho Forest
City Baptist church, and Miss Susie
Randall and Sliss hum, of tm Bap
tist choir, took part in the tinging,
After the sermon the remains were
conveye! to tbeir last resting place,
where three rounds of blank ammuni
tion fire 1 over the grave with taps on
the drum closed the ceremonies, the
pall bearers wer representatives of
the Grand Armv of the Republic post,
of Scranton; Knights of Pythias, Scran
ton, and Knights of Fytbias, rorest
City. Among those from out of town
who attended the funeral were noticed
Attorney T. J. Davies, auephew of the
deceased; P. A. Rivenb..rg, Clifford;
Mrs. Isaac Eses., R. J. Reese anil
Thomas Jones, of Peckville; Thomas
E. R ynolds, of Scranton; Mrs. Will
i tin Morgans, Mr. and Mrs Meredith,
Divid E Iwards, Joseph Hughes, Evan
Williams, of Hyde Park; George
Trembi, of Waverly.and Richard Will
iams aud wife of Dickson ; John James,
Thomas Sayre and Tnomas Allen, of
Scranton. This was the first funeral
ever held in this place with such mili
"Lifers duty done, as sink the day,
Light from its load, the spirit Hies;
While heaven and earth combine to say.
How blost the righteous wheu he dies.' '
HIGH NOON WdODING.
The Bov. Mr. Granger was a clergyman
of the last century who wrote an enor
nont history of England, in which he was
careful to make allusion to every cele
brated person and place connected with
English chronicle. "(Jnuigerizing" has
since become the term used to signify the
process of illustrating un;r work of such a
character. The late Mr. John i''orster "Gran
gerized" two copies of "Granger," one in 14
folio volumes, the other in it Together
they contain between 5,000 and 0,000 por
traits. Many of these are singularly rare
and costly and might count as originals.
A Quarter Century Test.
For a quarter of a century Dr. King's
New Discovery has boon tested, and the
millions who have received benefit from
its use testify to its wonderful curative
powers in all diseases of Throat,Chest and
Lungs. A remedy that has stood the test
so long and that has given so universal
satisfaction iBno experiment. Each bottle
is positively guaranteed to give relief, or
tho money a lll be refunded. It is admitted
to lie the most reliable for Coughs and
Colds. Trial bottles Free at Matthew Bro's.
Drug Store. Large size 50c, and $1.00.
My physician said 1 could not live, my
liver out of ordor. frequently vomited
greenish murotis, skin yellow, small dry
humors on lace, stomacu wouin not re
tain food. Burdock Blood Bitters cured
me. Mrs. Adelaide O'Brion, 37U Exchango
street, Buffalo. N. Y.
FELL UNDER THE CAR WHEELS.
Fradarick Nlckzsr of Sorantoa Iojurd
Badly at Carbondale.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
CARHONDAl.r.. Pa. , Jan. 14. A very
serious accident occurred on Saturday
at 12. 80 o'clock p. in , when a young
man who gave his name ns Frederick
Nickzer, reading at 212 Spruce street,
Scranton, was attempting to alight
from a train at Seventh avenue station.
His coat caught and it threw him
under the curs.
The wheels passed over one leg,
crushing it in such a manner that nm-
pntation will prove ueceiaary. One
hand was also badly mangled. The
unfortunate man was removed to the
hospital where he is receiving the best
When Ilnby was sick, we gave her Cantoris.
When nIi. was a Child, she cried for Castor!,
When slm beoamo Mis, she clnnR to Custoria.
When she had Children, sue gavo theui Custoria,
nation party to their pastor, Rev. J.
C. Rudolph, next Toursday night in
the basement of the ehurch.
The esteem in which Rv. Mr. Ru
dolph is held by the public is not con
fined solely to the members of hi con
gregation, and it is an assured fact
that the affair on next Thursday night
will be largely attended.
"A Study in Scarlet."
MITCHELL COMPANY'S FAIR.
It Will Open Tonight in Carbondale and
Be a Hummer.
Social to the Scranton Tribune.
Carbonuale, Pa. Jan. 14 To
morrow night in the W, W.
Watt building will occur the
opening of the much heard of fair,
under the ampicss of the Andrew
Mitchell Hose company. No. 1. Prep
arations have been completed for this
eventful week and the committees who
have the affair in charge have left
nothing undone that will add to the
success of the fair. The hall for the
occasion has beeu very gayly decorated,
there being 150 yards of bunting used
for that purpose. The committee on
entertainment have secured for the
nightly coticerts tho best talent in the
Previous to the hour of opening a
grand street parade, will be par
ticipated in by the Erie Hose company,
of Mayfield, accompanied by th Citi
zens' band, of Jermyn; the Jermyn
Hose company; Columbia Hook, No 5:
Cottage and A B aud C companies, of
this city. The two bauds of this city
will also b in Hue to furnish their al
ways entertaining music.
Well Know Forest City Coupl
United in Marrlg.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Fohest City, Pa., Jan. 14 As the
clock WMSttiking twelve yesterday Miss
Lottie Yelvingtou, an estimable young
lady of this place, aud Niel Blackman.
oneof Forest City's best young men,
were united in marriage at their newly
furnished hoiiw by Kev. J. C Hogan,
pastor of the Forest City Methodist
Episcopal church, according to the
impressive ceremonies of that church.
The bride was dressed in a handsome
pale blue silk en train, and the groom
was attired in a ueat bUck suit.
The ceremony was performed in tho
archway between the two pirlorsand
was witnessod only by immediate rela
tives and friends. After congratula
tions had been bestowed, the guests
were invited to partake of an excellent
wedding dinner which had boen pre
pared by skillful hands. The after
noon was most pleasantly spent after
which the guests departed for their
homes, wishing Mr. ami Mrs. Black
mail a long and happy life.
Dyspepiia and Indigestion
In their worst forms. ar cured by the
use of P. P. P. If yon are debilitated and
run down, or If you need a tonic to regain
Been and lost appetite, strengtn aud vigor,
take P. P. P., and you will be strong and
healthy, for shattered constitutions and
lost manhood P. r, P. (Prickly Ash, Poke
Hoot aud Potassium) is tho king of all
medicines. P. P. P. is the greatest blood
purifier in the world. Pur sale by all
ENLARGING THE CHURCH FUND.
Programme Arranged for Tonight's Re
ception and Entertainment.
Special to'the Scranton Tribune.
OaSBOHDA&I, Pa., Jan. 14. A recep
tion and entertainment will bo given
tomorrow night in the Methodist Sun
day school room under the auipices of
Misses Grace Hathaway ami Cora Bell
for the benofit of the church fund. The
following is the evening programme :
Messrs. Burrell, Smith, Johnson, Crane.
Vocal solo Miss Bell
Recitation. ...... Miss Beatrice Bell Brown
Piano solo MissOliua Ilerriug
Zither solo Professor Crowell
Messrs. Shepherd, Crane, Skeols, Yarring
ton. limitation Dr. Wheoter
Vocal solo Miss Grace Vau nan
Mrs. L, 0 Hathaway, Grace Hal haway.
Vocal solo Mrs. N. R. Moon
Messrs. Burrell, Smith, Johnson, Grano.
Tenor solo Professor Tnomas
Recitatlou Miss Harper
Zither solo Professor Crowell
CHIRPY CARBONDALE CHATTER.
Brevities That Poaes New Value in
Lackawanna's Upper End.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Carhondai.k, Pa., Jan. 14 Miss
Laura Hill spent Sunday with friends
George J. Benton on Saturday oven
ing discontinued the store which he oc
cupied in the Atkin building during
the holiday season.
DONATION PARTY ASSURED.
Rev. Mr. Rudolph, of Archbald, Will
Receive a Testimonial.
Special ft the Scranton Tribune.
Archbald, Pa., Jan. 14. The ladles
of the congregation of the German
Evangelical ehurch will tender ado-
LIVELY ARCHB-LO AFFAIRS.
Jotting of Personal G -.B-sip and Miacal
laneous News Notee.
ffDtciol to (a Scranton Tribune.
Archbald, Pa.. Jan. 14 Charles B.
Eaton called on Scrautou friends last
Thomas Gilhool, of Jermyn, called
on Archbald friends last Saturday
Mrs. Richard Caff rev, of Hill street,
is seriously ill.
Mrs. Edward Jones and Miss Grace
Callendar, of Olyphant, called on
frionds in town last Saturday.
Dr. P. H. Kearney, of Scranton, vis
ited at the residence of hi mother, on
Church street, last Saturdty,
MiHs Frances Farley returned to her
home in Albany, N Y , last Friday,
after spending a few days with Mr.
and Mrs. John Cardan, of Wayne
Rev. P. F. Qninnan, of Scranton;
Rev. J. E Blakeney, of Henrietta, Ga.,
called 011 frieuds iu towu last Wednes
day. M. F. Kenny, who has been ssrionsly
ill with typhoid ievor, is now out of
Dr. E. F. Scanlon. of Mayville, was
in in town last Friday.
John McLvie, of Cherry Ridge,
passed last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Cawley, of Pine street.
Mrs. C. Lynott, of Jermyn, called on
friends in town last FrMay.
Misses Hannah and Nellie Gardner,
of PittSton, are visiting Mrs. Patrick
Newcotnb, of Cemetery street.
MisH Lizzie McCloskey and Mrs. John
Grunt, of Jermyn, called ou Archbald
friends last Saturday.
GLIDING ON THE SMOOTH ICE.
Jolly Party of Curb uirtat Boys Go to
Special to the Scranton Trilai ne.
CARBONDALS, Pa., Jan. 14 A jolly
party of boys yesterday drove to Crys
tal lake and enjoyed the afternoon in
skatiug on the lake. On their returu
they reported a most delightful time.
These were the skaters: Fred Watt,
Albert Rutherfor, Albert Crane, Char
lie Bridgstt. Grant Histed and LjwIs
COMING POLITICAL BATTLE.
There Are Echoes in the Air of th
Fpettal to the Scranttoi Tribune.
Altcllh M.D Pa.. Jun 111 Tho
sounds of preparation for the eoming
political struggle are floating in every
oretze anil the various oandldates for
public favor are working hard.
The nolitical elt nation t.hia vjtor
promises to be one of unusual interest
and a hard fouuht camtmiim i ex-
"A Study in Scarlet."
Dr. EX Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist,
Aml I1,'," "80oitl taH of English and Oer
man 1 byeiciuns.are now pormauoutly located
Temple Court Building
81 1 BPRTJOR ST.,
Wheru thoy may be consulted DAILY AND
The Doctor Is a graduate ot the University
er lennaylvania, formerly demonstrator of
physiology and surgery at the Medlco-fhir-urgical
College, of Philadelphia. He Is also
an honorary member of the Medico Chlrur
glcal Association, ond wo physician and
eurgoon In-ohlor of tho most noted American
and Uerman hospitals, comes highly Indorsed
by the leading profonsors of Philadelphia and
His many years of hospital riperiono en
ables tbl eminnnt physician and surgeon to
correctly diagnose and treat all detormit ei
Slid diseases with tho most flattering success,
and his huh standing in the statu will uot
all w hlni to accept unv Incurable case
LOST MA.MKMIIi BUsTOUED.
WEAKNESS OK YOUMl MEN CUBED,
If you huvo noen given up oy your phyel
rlau call upon the doctor and lie examined.
Ho euros the worst c ane-of Nervous Debility,
fccrofiilo. Old Borea ( atarrh. Piles, Female
Weaknnes, Affection of tho Ear, Kyo, None
nd Throat, Asthma, Deafness, Tumor. Lan
cers and Cripples of evory desoriptioa. Con
nltatlon in Enili-di and Gorman Pre, which
shall ho considered sacred and strictly confi
dential. Ofllce Room OA. M, to 0 P. SI. Dally.
Sunday, 0 a.m. to X p.m.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY 1
There are hundreds of young men aud young women in this
country who have splendid ability, but they have never beeu
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Has 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 I :n ; . i.isn OOURSB
in mm ss couuse.
SHORTHAND COLUSE. p p wnATV TJ I i.
F. E. WOOD, Proprietor.
' SEW YEAR OPENS JANUARY I.
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONNELLCO.
Bank of Scranton.
Statement Dec. 1!, 183. called for by
the Comptroller of the Currency.
l oan" 1, 204,4 T3 40
lulled State lloinle 200, 00(1. oil
Other Bond 448,137. 7,",
Unnkini; Bo,ue 88,074,40
Premium onU, s. Bond..., 17.44:1.75
Dm- from V. s. Treasurer 10.000 00
Due from Hunks 891,130.09
lanh , 17:1, 000. OK
Capital (.'Mil 000 00
Undivided I'loOta 80,088 '.'II
fjIrealHttoi 10;, 000.00
Dlvlilrmla I iiih1(I 1,88'J SO
Hi .o -1 1 - 1,799,900.80
Duo to Itank 80.U'J4.O7
cc .ma mm ,:,t
WILLIAM CONNEUU President
GEO, H. ( ATI. IN, Vle-I'r, ldcnt.
WILLIAM II. I'KCK, Caaliler
William Council, George If. Tallin,
Alfred lliinil. Henry Hello, Jr., .fame
Archtmld, William T. Smith, I.utlier
This lmnk oftVrn to ilcpnnltnr every
farillty warranted by their balmier, but
nemi ami reuirilblllty.
Special mi. 1, Hun (Itui to 1 ,.- ac-
coiinla. Interest iuid un time ilcpoilti.
National Bank of Scranton
Jamco Hebcr Dorman
ot Shy Beaver, 1'a.
Cured of Scrofula
The People will have Hood's
Mr. Dorman'H Experience
" My boy, now 9 yrars old, had Srrofula In
one eye from the time he was a baby; dlscharg
I111: all tho lone Ot l.ite wo have been giving
him Hood's Siirsaparllla. and It ha dono all
that medicine can do. The Hcrofula has disap
peared, and his eye Is healed up and well. 1
fully believe Hood's Sarsaparllla Is the best
medicine In the market. I deep a general store,
and It Is not a trick to sell Head's Harsaparllla
for th people will have It. I sell more ol
Hood's barsaparill than all other medicine
together and the store would not be complete
Hood's x Cures
without It. My wife has also been entirely
cured of Scrofula by Hood's KarsanarUla, and I
am heartily thankful for what It nan don for
ns." John Dormam, Hhy Beavnr, Pa,
HOOD'S PlLLOar th bent afler dinner rill,
tulit Uljentiun, cur headaeho. Try a box. Itte.
KERR & S.EBECKER
406 and 408 Lackawanna Avenue.
YE have completed our inventory and
naturally have found some odd lots
of LACE CURTAINS, CHENILLE
rURl IE RES and TABLE COVERS,
which we will close out at actual cost.
They Must Be Sold
In our Carpet Department vnn W1 1 1 n f
bargains in Tapestry Brussels, Ingrai
otl-i4-U.4-... 1 - 1 R A II
aun m luc liner prnnes snrn rid ivi nn matt o
0 , ,
velvet and Axminster.
Dropped Patterns, Remnants and Old
Pieces will be sold regardless of cost
DIIGO Special 30-inch Smyrna Rugs,
SiU 0 $ $2.50;' reduced from $3.50.
STORE CLOSES 6 P.M.
PA M1.T.1. 11 in E8,tPretldn&
W. W WATSON. Vice President
A. B. WILLIAMS, Ouhier.
SAMI'Er. HlNE. JAMES M' EvEnrtAnT,
lHVINu A. KiNCH. nmqgB, PlHUNi
JOSM J. JtUMYN, M. S. Kkmekeh.,
Cuas, I'. Maitiiewh, John T. I'oktbH.
W. W. WATSON.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This bank Invites tho patronage of business
un 1. and Hi or- gin. rally.
DUTO SHOE 00., Infl'p. Capital, Si.ooo.noft.
BUT SB1.no SHOH IN TIIK WORI.B.
"A dollar mmd it a dollar earned." ,
This l.mllcK' Solid French nmigoln Kid ltul
tou Hoot delivered free anywhere In tin, U.S., on
receipt of nh, Money order,
or l'oetal Nolo for II M,
Tt.niiiU everv wv the boots
euld In all retnll Mores for
t'i.r0. We iiiuke tlij boot
ourselves, there fore we pirnr-
anttr IB Jit, 'tjlt and icnir.
and It iiny ona in not ssuiiien
we will refund the money
f M UOlAtr pur. (ipera
Too or Common BMB,
wlillus (', 1, K, KK,
Ires 1 to S und half
zes. Send your tte;
ics irm fit you.
Special ,.. to Vtaurt.
1 r r-. ,.t
womm GUaH a k :3 uos.
11V S1VJH.V..,.-." AISh.
nwn jts r' ,1 - j - v'.. .
NOW ON STICKS
THE RICHARDS LUMBER GO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building,
TAKE ELEVATOR. Scranton, Pa.
"VXTHILE many manufacturers and dealers aremakin? extravagant stats
ments concerning tho merits and durability of medium or low gritd
pianos, iutvnding purchasers should not fail to examine the fumooi
Illustrated book containing valuable information on pianos ou application.
Dexter Shoe Co.,
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?
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