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THE SCEANTOtf TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORlsITN"G-. JANUARY 17, 1894.
In great variety
Suit the Times.
C. B. PRATT.
In anticipation of
our regular annual
stock-taking we have
re-markecl all our
Dress Goods stock
so that immediate
buyers may secure
FOREST CITY FLASHES.
Tha Hum Drum of a Div Notad lnChaer-
Special tn the Scranton Tribune.
Forest City. Pa, Jin. 1(1 Th
Honrndul correspondent for TllE
Tribune in Monday's UfOa stated that
Dr. and Mrs. Dwyer.of Forst City, at
tended tha Ancient Order of Hibernian
reception and ball held in Honesdale
Friday evening. However, this is a
slight error, as the popnlar doctor has
not yet bee me a benedict, but has
been thinking st-riously ot tnkinn unto
himself a wife for a number of yours
Mr. and Mrs. Arthnr M. Gillett, of
Gibson, visited with relative Monday.
Born, to Mr, and Mrs. A. L Morgan
last Friday, a daughter.
Last night thru auctions wre in
progress at the following places of
business: C. 8. Alexander's, T C.
Manzur's and Park's brancli store in
W. J. Maxey'a building.
George J. Benton, of Carbondale,
spent Sunday as tha guest of friend on
North Main street.
A maiqutrade ball will be held in
Decker's hall, Dundff, Friday evening.
A number from this place expect to
Henry Box has been quite sick at his
home on Railroad street for the past
few dnys, bnt at present is hotter.
McCloud & Melville will present Ed
gar Selden'.s great com 'dy-drama,
"Will O' the Wisp," nt Davis' open
house tomorrow nigiit, Jan. 17. It
possetses a b 'antiful love story and is
filled with humor of the most conta
Saleeman John M. Noalon, of Car
bondale, was in town yesterday.
The Presbyterian fair was reopened
last night. J. D. Caryl won the door
prize, a bed spread,
DEATH SUPPLEMENTS REFUSAL.
Couldn't Oat Work and Immediately
Afterward Dropptd D.ad.
Wilkks -Barrh, Pa, Jan. 1(1
Joseph A m;(iI, a miner, nged 2S years,
applied for work today at the Notting
ham mine in Plymouth
On being refused be started off quite
despondent, and before he had gone
many steps he dropptd dead.
Criticising a Young Lady.
"She would bo a pretty girl for but one
"What's thatr" aHked Charloy.
Goorge Her face is always covered with
purple and red blotches.
Charley Oh, that's easily enough (lis
posed of. Us'-d to be the same way my
self, but I caught on to the trouble one
day. and got rid of it in no time.
George What was it?
Charley Simply blood eruptions. Took
a short course of P. P. P. I tell you, it's
qbe boss blood corrector. The goveruor
had rheumatism so bad that you could
hear him holler clear across the country
every timo he moved. He tried it, and
you know what an nthletio old cent be is
now. If somebody would give Miss Daisy
a pointer, she would thank them after
wards. All the drug stores sell it
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
THE HEWS OF
Out of town oorreepondenti of Tri tuib
rKI should sign their names in full to eaeti
neve letter, not for publication out to guard
aguiuat deception. 1
REV. MR. GILLAM'S FAREWELL.
This Evening's Servica Will Bi the Last
of the Series.
Special to the Scranlnn Tribune.
Dunmore, Pa., Jan. 10 Rev. Ralph
Gillum,vho has been holding a revival
at the Presbyterian church during the
past weok, will deliver his farewell
sermon Wednesday evening, and tick
ets have been issued to those wi bing
to attend. Every one- is admitted, but
the ones holding tickets will be sure of
a good seat.
Mr. (i ilium's labors in this section
have been productive of much good
and he leavps a large number of con
verts behind him as a proof of his
zealous labors. Mr. Gillam expresses
himself highly satisfied with the week's
work and say his anticipations have
more than been filled as he never be
fore undertook evangelistic work in a
On all other occasions he has been
engaged In union meetings, and from
here he will go to Marshall, Mich.,
where he will commence a revival
that will include the combined efforts
of eleven large churches. A large
building has boen prepared for his ue
as was the tabernacle for B. Fay Mills,
meetings in Scranton,
Mr. Bronsou who assisted Mr. Gil
lam has contributed in no small lnau
ner to the success of the undertaking
and bis bright lace and sweet voice will
long be remembered by thos-4 who
were fortunate enough to attend the
meetings. Services were held both
this afternoon and evening and ware
STEPPED INTO THE CELLAR.
Painful and Posiibly Serious Injury Sus
tained bv Mrs. Clay.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Dunmohe, Pa., Jan. 10. Mrs. Clave,
the mother of Thorn s Young, who
lives on upper Bl ikoly street, met with
a painful and what may be a seriom
accident at Mr. Young's home Monday
night. She has been at her son's home
for a few days nursing his wife, who is
ill, and last night she started for bed.
The doors leading to the upper story
and to the cellar are side by side, and
mistaking the one for the other she
stepped into the cellar
She was oarried to her room and
medical aid summoned. It was fouu 1
that both her wrists were broken and
her neck and back slightly injured. Dr.
Hopkins, who is attending her, enter
tains hopes of her recovery. Mrs.
Clare ia an olderly person and is woll
known throughout this section. Her ac
cident will be deplored by a large cir
cle of acquaintances.
DUNMORE'S DEATH HARVEST.
Three Prominent Citlzsns Fall Victims
to tha Orim Ecytha.
Special to the Saa0on Tribune.
Dunmore, Pa., Jan. 10 James Mur
ray died at hi home on Willow street
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'olock.
Toe funeral of the late Mrs. Henry
Quinlan took place Saturday afternoon
aud was largely attended, the ser-
vines were conducted at the Episcopal
church by Rev. Mr. Israel. Interment
was ma le in Dunmore cemetery.
Airs. Sibnia MclJjnou;'h, of Uhnrch
street, died Siturday morning,
me innerai oi nuij .-miugio
young child occurred yesterday. The
remains were taken to Mr. Swiugle's
home in Wayne county via the Erie
and Wyoming Valley railroad.
The funeral of James Murray oc
curred from his late home on Willow
street Monday afternoon.
SECRET SOCIETY EVENTS.
nnd silver pitcheV contest will come off
the closing night.
Prospects are favorable for the re
suming of work at the Spencer colliery.
Rev. Dr. Floyd, or Simpson Metho
dist Episcopal church, delivered the
srinun at the Methodist Episcopal
church this evening.
The condition of John Wardell, who
has been so seriou-dy ill, is reported
much better today.
Dr. Cnarles Harvey, of Philadelphia,
spent Sunday at this place,
John B. Hobday has opened a meat
market on Brook strest.
.Miss Agnes Giimartin, of Carbon
dalo, is a visitor in town.
Frank Biuh is visiting in Philadel
phia. The St. Mary's fair will re-op mi on
Thursday, there beiug a large number
of valuable urticles not disputed of.
A descriptive locture on the Colnin
bian exposition was given by Charles
E. Sutton at the 0 Id Fellows' hall last
A. U. Cramer, of Jeffaraon, Pa., who
has been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Joseph Vickers, has returned homo.
CHRISTIAN WORKERS TO MEET.
Programme of tha Coming Convention of
Spa ial to the Scranton Tribune.
Factory vili.e, Pa., Jun. 10 The
B'cond annual convention of the Key
stone Union of Christian Endeavor
society that meets in this place next
Friday announce an interesting pro
gramme: The afternoon session will
open with devotional services, led by
B. F. Thomas. A paper on the "Look
out Committee" will be read by Pro
fessor D. D. Harmon. Uuo on the
"Missionary Committee" will be read
by Miss Louise Athorton. Each of
these papers will be followed by dis
cussion. An address on the "Relation
of Christian Truth to Christian Living"
will be delivered by Rev, S. D. Water
bury, Nicholson, followed by reports
from each society.
The uvoniug service will be begun
by song, followed by an open parlia
ment on "What Is Our Society Doing
for the Mid-week and Sunday Braning
Services';'' The discussion will be
opened bvRsv. J. Fielding, of Dalton.
An nddross on "Personal Work," by
Professor E. Hully. will follow, after
which there will be a consecration ser
vice, led by Row J. R Angel, Dalton,
thus closing the convention's work.
Dun mora Knights of thn Golden Eagle
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
rkfTMwnsn Pn .Inn 16 Dunmort
lodge, Knights of Gold-n Eigle, have
elected the following offluera to serve
for the ensuing year: Past Oilier Ar
thur Johnson ; noble chief, Thomas
Matthews; vice chief, William John
son : high priest. S. Wert; venerable
hermit, Harry Cole; sir heral l.C.Cron ;
master of records, El ward Augwin, jr. ;
ensign, Elward Augwin. sr.; lnsiue
guard, Richard Angwin; outside
guard, J. Webber.
P-mmaf ti-ih,. !i:i7 Intnroved Order
i - - - i - t -
of Red Mn. nre arranging to hold an
entertainment to celebrate their first
anniversary, which occurs March 10
WELL f QUIPPED COMPANV.
Dunmora Fira Biahturi Soon Ready to
Special tO the Scranton Tribune.
Dunmoue. Ph., Jan. 10 -Contracts
have been signed to fnrnish Jthe Inde
pendent Hose company with 500 feet
of new hose.
The boys expect their new horse hose
carriage in about a week. When they
have their barn in readiness they will
be one of the best equipped companies
in the state,
A Quarter Century Teat
For n quarter of a century Dr. King's
New Discovery has been tested, nnd tho
millions who have fSceived benefit from
its use testify to itn wonderful curative
powers in all diseases of Thrnnt.Chest und
l.niKPbi A cumuli V Hint lulu hIhi.iI Mill t.Mkt.
so long and that has givou bo universal
saiiBiMcnon is no experiment, r.ncn uoiue
is ponitively guarantied to glvo relief, or
the money tvill be refunded. Itisadinitted
to bo the most reliable for Coughs and
Colds. Trial bottles Free at Matthew Bro's.
Drug Store. Large size 50c, and $1.00.
MINOR DUNMORE DOINGS.
The New of Two Days Brought Down
to Small Oompsaa.
DmcM to the Scranton Tribune.
Dunmore, Ph., Jan, 16, Dr, Gar
vey's barn was destroyed by fire Satur
James Walker, of Attica, is visiting
A large number of valuable artioles
were left over after St. Mary ohurch
fair, and it was reopened this evening
in order to dispose of them. The watch
BRIEF FACTORYVILLE TIDINGS.
Crisp and Readable Prasantation of tha
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
FaOTORYVILLB, Pa. , Jan. lfj Mrs.
H. N. Capwell spout the day at the
home of Dr. Taylor in Hopbottom.
Rev. W- R. Turnor, pastor of the
Methodist Episcopal church, left here
Monday morning for a four mouths
tour through Europe and the Holy
Land. A young mm from Wyoming
seminary will till his pulpit during his
absence, At the Sunday morning ser
vice Pastor Turner gave a brief sketch
of his proposed tour, whicu was very
O. F. Flippo, state secretary of the
Daptist Publication society, spoke nt
the Baptist churcn this evening and
will speak again tomorrow night on
th work of that society.
The ice harvesters are busy gather
ing "hard water which is clear as
crystal, the finest gathered in several
The Ladies Aid society of the Bap
tist church will serve supper t the
church tomorrow aftoruoou from 5 to
Rev. O. L. Severson, of Savre, Pa.,
formerly pastor of the Methodist
church of this place, will deliver a
lecture here Jan. 21, subject, "The
White City and What I Saw. AdmU
sion 10 cents. Proceeds for the benefit
of the Epworth leagur Mr. Sverson
is too wall known hero to need any
thing more than the mere announce
ment to secure a large audience
Interesting meetings are in progress
at the Biptisl church this week.
TIP UPS IN BIG DEMAND.
Many Fine Ca'chas c,t rickarol Reported
in Wayne l.nkia.
Sperial to the Scranton Tr ibune.
Honesdale, Pa., Jau. 10. Pickerel
fishing is receiving a now iinptm this
Mann, It is reported that a Carbou
dale party caught 170 odd fish at Stan
ton's pond one day last week. On Sat
urday 105 fishermen were counted on
the ice fishiug. Apartvof young boys
from Honesdale who wore fishing on
the pond that day brought home a
catch of seveuty-five fish, one of which
was a pickerel weighing four pounds
Stanton's pond is receiviugmore than
its share of attention, hut notwith
standing its present strong attraction
for fishermen, the other lakes in ithis
vicinity are not neglected. Men with
bundles of tlp-ups cau be seen going
and coming from the lakes every day
My physician ssid I could not live, my
liver out of older, frequently vomited
greenish mucous, skin yellow, small dry
Humors on face, stomacn wouiu not re
tain food. Murduck Rlood Hitters cured
mo. Mrs. Adelaide O'llrion, 872 Exchange
streot, Buffalo, N. Y.
HIS RHEUMATISM IS A NEEDLE.
It Had Baan Travanlng Hia Anatomy
for Paver 1 Yaara.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Honesdale. Pa., Jan. 10. A few
days ago Dr. O'Connell extracted
needle from the arm ol. Elijah Gray, of
Third street, t1 or u number of years
Mr. Gray had been troubled with se
vere pains in various parts of his body,
which he attributed to rheumatism
These severe pains finally located h
his arm and were followed by swell
ings. A poultice was applied without
effect. The swelling was finally lanced
and a needle extracted that was per
fectly black, indicating that it had
been travelling about the body a num
ber of years.
So, suddenly relieved of his attack of
rheumatism, Mr. Gray bus grown sev
eral years younger.
When Bahy was sick, wo gae her Castorla.
When Blie woa a Child, she, cried fur Castorla,
When she became Mine, she clung to Castorla.
When she had Children, atw gave tbeni Castorla,
MAPLE CITY MISCELLAN.
The First Ball of the 8;. Francis Pioneer
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Honesdale. Jau. 10. St. Francis'
Pioneer oorps will hold their first ball
in their new rooms in the N itional
hotel. tomorrow evening, Jan. 17. Good
music will be furnished.
Miss Maggie Ryan will be united in
marriage to -Mr. John Dunn on
Wednesday, Jan. 21. Miss Ryan has
for several years uast been cashier at
Katz Bros', grocery store, and Mr.
Dunn is engaged in business on lower
The ladies of the Methodist church
will be prepared to serve alt lovers of
bi-valves with oysters, raw, stewed or
fried, from 5 30 to 8 o'clock Thureday
evening. J. he price asked for these de
lightful morsels will be 30 cents.
r. W. Shear nnd S. S. Seatnnns, of
Scranton, were among the names no
ticed on the Allen house register today.
Miss Tillie Brown, who has been
making an exteoded visit at the horns
of Jacob Freeman on Second street,
returns to her home in Duquesne, Pa,,
"Ole Olsen" will appear at the opera
nouse luesday. Jau. 23. This plav
should receive good patronage as it Is
nrst class aud one of the best troupes
that will appear at Honesdale this sen
son. The pric s of admission will be
3D, 59 and 75 cents.
PASTOR'S r Rt WELL RECdPTION.
Will Be Tendered to Hev Oeorga C. Hall
and Mra Hall.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Honesdale, Jau 10. Tbo ladies of
Grace church will tender a farewell re
ception to Rev. and Mrs. George C,
Hall at the rectory, Friday, Jan. 19,
from 7 to 10 p. m. The congregations
of the various Houesdale churches havo
been invited to attend.
Mr and Mrs. Hall leave Honesdale
for Wilmington about Feb. 1.
JOHN BISHOP'S FUNERAL.
It Will Occur 1 his Afternoon, with In
terment at Arohbald.
Special to the Scranton 7'nbiiae.
Carbondalk, Pa.. Jan. 10. Wednes
day afternoou at 1 o'clock will occur
I he funeral of John Bishon. who died
on Monday afternoon at his home on
South Main street. A short service
will be conducted at the house, when
Rev. Mr. Rudolph, a German clergy
man, will ofilciate, after wuich the re
mains will be taken to Archbald where
interment will bt niude.
l'he Mcztrt baud, of which organi
zation the deceased was u member, will
attend aud render some selections of
WANT EARLY CLOSING.
Tha Caibondale Clerks' Association
Will Circulate a Petition.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Caruondale. Pa.. Jan. 10. The
Clerks association in this city are agi
tating a plan m winch thev trust to be
succetsful. It is an earlv closini:
movement asking the m--.roh.uits to
sign an agreement to close their stores
at 8 o'clock promptly each evening of
tne weeK except Saturday evenings,
on and after Monday, Feb. 5, until
Satu.-day. Dec. 1, 181)1.
The document has boen drawn no
and the following clergymen have en
dorsed it: William Edgar, T. E. Jep
son, Charles Lae, E. J. Balsloy, Abra
STRIKING ENGINEERS GO BACK.
It Ia Thought That All Will Be Sarane
by First of February.
Wilkes-Barke, Pa., Jan. 10 A
number of engineers and firemen who
have not been at work siuoe the recent
strike are beiug reinstated , on the
Wyoming division or tne L,ehign Valley
It is thought by the first of next
month those yet out will all be takeu
Mr. J. Johnson
Good and Reliable
Hood's Cured Malnria and Loss of
The following letter Is from a gentleman
widely knowp in the section of Philadel
phia where lie lives, being a member of the
I. O, O. P.. Ked Men, Order of Tonti, and
the Republican Club, aud a popular speak
er in public meetings:
" I dare say that I am more glad In taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla than Its proprietors are In
selling it. I took It for malaria and lots ol
appetite, and the fact that We have continued to
use It in our family Is sufllclent evidence o our
confldeiyx In its efficacy. My food tastes batter
aud relishes more naturally. My wife and
Hood's x Cures
daughter Bay Hood's Sarsaparilla has also very
much Improved my complexion. We regard It
fnoii aim reuaeie, ami recommend it to all oi
menus, james Johnson, 061
Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Hood's Pills eure liver Ills, jaundice, bil
iousness, sick headache uuil constipation. 35s.
DEXTER SnOR CO., Ine'p. Capital, $1,000,000.
best ti.no siidi; in tiii: would.
"A dollar tared it a dollar earned.'! t
This Laillee' Holld Francs UongolaKidllut
ton Boot delivered froo nnywhora In tho U.S., on
9 frsa laeaipsoiwasn.MosayufQar,
or l'otul Note for SI ..mi.
Rniinla every way the bootR
fluid in nil relull itoroe for
.50. o miike thte boot
ounelvefl, therefore we guar
antee the fit. ttyle and wear.
in! 11 any ouo It not aoilillcd
ve win roiunu tno money
or iieud another pair. Opera
Toe or I umtnon name
widths O, I), H, k KK,
elzert 1 to 8 and hull
iciii Jit you.
Dexter Shoe GoiSLSi'
anw fWMnfnM ' X
Ml . a . J : ' 1 V
Lost Mflnhood n".,?"!,:"'
ww "smmajwai nliliilr nni,,i...
INbAPO. th Kr.-.t
irulHlsMn, Sold bv
Is the despairing cry of thousands
Unsightly skin diseases.
Do you realise what this disfigura
tion means to sensitive souls ?
It means isolation, seclusion.
It is a bar to social and business success.
Do you wonder that despair seizes
upon these sufferers when
Standard remedies fail,
And nostrums prove worse than use
less? Skin diseases are most obstinate to
cure or even relieve.
It is an easy matter to claim to cure
them, but quite another thing to
Have earned the right to be called
Because for years they have met
with most remarkable success.
There are cases that they cannot cure,
but they are few indeed.
It is no long-drawn-out, expensive
25c. invested in a cake of
Will prove more convincing than
a page of advertisement.
Cuticura works wonders,
And its cures are simply marvellous.
Bold throuithont the world. Price, CrTKTBA,
tOe.; Sour, lie.; HatoLTiirr, II. PomaDsoa
and rasa, corp., Bole Prope.. Boston. "All
auuul the ijkiu, ttculjj. uud BlU " mulled free.
Dr. EX Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist,
And Lis aeaooiatod btaff of Encllh and Ger
man 1 byticiaus.are now permanently located
Temple Court Building
I SPRUCE ST.,
Whore ttioy may bo com-ulted DAILY AND
1 he Doctor Is a graduate ot the Unlvorsity
of 1 enniylvnnia, formorly demonstrator of
Physiology aud surgery at the Medlco-Chlr-urglcal
College, of Philadelphia. He is also
at. honorary member of tho Medico-Chirur-gical
Aasoclatlon, and was physician and
surgeon In-chief of tho most noted American
and (Jerman hospitals, comes highly Indorsed
the loading profussors of Philadelphia aud
His many years of hosDltal experience on
ables this eminent physician and aurgeon to
correctly diagnoso nnd treat all deformities
and diseases with the most flattoring success,
and his huh standing tn tho state will not
all w him to accept any Incurable case
LOST MANHOOD HlTOKKD.
WKAKNKVS OF YOUNG MEN TUIIED.
If yon have ieen Riven up oy your physi
cian csll upun the doctor and be examined.
Ho cures the worst caaesof Nervous Debility,
Scrofula, Old Sores. ( at arrh. Piles, Femala
Wenkness. Affections of tho Ear, Eye, Nose
and Throat, Asthma, Deafness. Tumors, Can
cera and Crl nples of every description. Con
sultation In English and Gorman Free, which
shall lie considered sacred aud strictly coutt
dcntlaL Office Hours: O A. M. to 0 I'. M. Daily.
Snnda)-, 0 a.in, tu p in.
trophy etc.. surlily oureS hj in
II iniluo Remedy. With trll!
U.UTllLWo BhOS., Ul-ugglltt, Sen
Bank of Scranton.
Statement Dec. Ill, 1898, called for by
tho Comptroller of tbo Currency.
Loans St, 264, 473.-10
United Stall's Honda 800,000.110
Other It,,. 1, is 448,187.79
Hanking House 28,074.40
Premiumi mi I S. Honda..., 17,443 7(1
Duo from U. S. Treasurer 10.000.00
Hue lroin Hunks 321, 1 'Ml 00
I I It 1 1 I 1 I I s
Snrnlus .240.000 00
Undivided I'roflts "0,930.20
Dlvtilaiida Unpaid 1,888.56
Due to Uanka 86,624.07
WILLIAM CONNKTX, President.
ULO. H. CATLIN, Vlce-I'iesident,
WILLIAM II. via lv, Cashier.
William Cnnnell, George H. Catlln,
Alfred Hand, Henry Uelln, jr., Jamea
Arehbuld, Uilllnm T. Smith, Lutliar
This bank offers to deiiiialtora every
facility u urniuted by their balances, buai
neas and responsibility.
Special attention given tn bnalness ac
counts. Interest paid 011 timo depoaita.
National Bank of Scranton
W. W. WATSON, Vice Preaidont
A. B. WILLIAMS, Cashier.
BAMTJII, IIlNF.S, JAM i M- EvFRnAUT,
Ikvino A. Finch. Pieiu k B. Finley,
Joskimi J. ,h inn-;, AI. S. hi mi ..1 11.
Uuas, P. Mattuews, John 'I'. Pohtiu.
W. W. Watson.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This bank Invites tho patronage of business
uieu and nrius generally.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY
There are hundreds of young men and young women in this
country who havo splendid ability, but they have uever been
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 ENGLISH COURSE.
SHORTHAND COUHSE. p jg
NF'W YEAR OPENS JANUARY 1.
KERR & SIEBECKER
406 and 408 Lackawanna Avenns.
WE have culled from our stock a large line of patterns that will not
II be made again in WILTONS, AXMINSTERS, MOQUETTES, VEL
VETS, BODY BRUSSELS, TAPESTRIES AND INGRAINS, which we have
marked down to such prices as will insure a quick removal of the eu
REMNANTS SKtSSJjas HALF PRICE
Lace Curtains, Chenille Portieres and Table Covers.
Odd lots of Lace Curtains, Chenille Portieres and
Table Covers, Bric-a-3rac, & , at actual cost.
DIIGC Special 30-inch Smyrna Rugs,
nUUO $2.50; reduced from $3.50.
STORE CLOSES 6 P. M.
NOW ON STICKS
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building,
TELEPHONE 42j. o . T
take elevator. ocranton, Ha.
VV7'1IIIjE many manufacturers and dealer aremakimr extravagant state
ments concerning tha merits and durability of medium or low grad
piano, Intending purchasers should not fail to examine the famoui
Hlnstrated book containing valuable information on pianos on application.
These are Center Tables.
Last week we interested the men
with Office Chairs, which they ap
preciated, as we judge by their pur
chases. This week we will try and
interest the Ladies with Center
Tables at One-third less than former
prices. They will be displayed in
our large show window with prices
on each. A Table of this descrip
tion can be used in numbers, as
every room in the house should
possess one. They are as handy as
a shelf or mantel, and decidedly
more ornamental. Look up your
spaces and come THIS WEEK
and select a Table.
Remnants of Carpets
And Odd Pairs of Lace and Chenille
Curtains at "Way Down Prices."