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THE SCRA-NTON TUTB TINTS MONDAY MOTlNTTTGh JANUARY 22. 1894.
In great variety
Suit the Times.
C. B. PRATT.
THE NEXT WEEK
OR TEN DAYS
Will be Important to buyers of
Dry (ioods and exceedingly profit
able, especially to purchasers of
Dress (ioods. We have just fin
ished our annual inventory, and
previous to opening our-newspring
stock, have several lines that must
be disposed of.
layers will find tempting in
ducements and rare opportunities.
In Silks and Dress Goods.
In Ladies' and Misses' Jack
ets, In Printed Cottons,
In Housek'pi'g Linen Goods
In Hosiery and Underwear
In Dress Trimmings,
In Lace Curtains.
We note below a few of the re
K"ic. All Wool Dross Uooils Reduced
76a All-wool Dress Goods Reduced
65c All-wool Dress Good Reduced
50c. All-wool Dress Goods Reduced
We oiler all odd Jackets and
Hewmarkets and all the accumu
lation in t'loak Department at less
than one-half, and many instances
at less than one-quarter of the
cost, TO CLOSE AT ONCE, that
we may have no old styles to carry
over, and that our entire spring
stock may be new and bright.
RECtPTION AT cPISCOPAL CHURCH.
A Host of Friends Attend the Farewsll
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
HONiiSUAi.K. Jan. 21. Under the
skillful band of tho ladies, the Episco
pul rectory wan Friday evening con
verted into ,. beantlCal floral paradis
Palms, ferns and laurel were used in
banking one side of each of the two
parlors. The reception was in charge
of Mrs. E. O. Hamlin. Mr and Mrs.
R. W. Ham and Mr. and Mrs H. T.
Mentier, assisted Rev. and Mrs. George
C. Hall ia receiving. Refreshments
were served in the dining room by the
young ladies of the church.
During the evening music was fur
nished by Miss Ella Doherty. Mrs. H.
Z. Uuisell and Mis Louise Heft, vocal
solos; Miss Louise ILirdenbergh, piano
olo; Mrs. H. T. Dnlmetch unci Ed.
Reed, piano and flute duet All re
sponded to hearty encores. The guests
present from out of town were Rev.
and Mrs. V. H. Ballentown, Green
Ridge; Rev. and Mrs. M. EL Mill,
Hyde Park; Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Bal
ley, Oarbondale; Mrs. H. G. Reefer,
Mrs. G J. Gillisoie, North End, torau
ton. Mr. Hall was presented with a gold
headed eane by his Honeodale friends
and a cane from R. W. Gloessen,
made by himself. Mrs. Hall was pre
sented with a gold watch, set with dia
monds, by her friends.
About 400 persons attended this fare
well reception given by Rey. Mr. nnd
Mrs.Hall.and the large number of r
sons present outside of their parish
showed the high manner in which
they are esteemed by the community at
DEATH OF MRS. MILLER.
Lady Widely Esteemed for Her Charita
ble Work Passes Away.
Special to the Soranton TW&vtu,
fcTKouDsBi.'mi. Pa., Jan. 21 Mrs.
Rouben Miller died at her residence
Saturday ovening after an illness of
only a few days. She was much thought
of in the community for her charitable
works, doing much good during her
time Binong the poor of the town. She
always took a great iuterest in the eol.
ored peoplo an I was an active and in
fluential member of the Friends' soci
ety of this place.
A large circle of friends monrn her
los. She leaves a husband aud three
A Million Friends
A friend in need Ib a frioud indeed, and
not less than DOC million people have
found just such a friend in Dr. King's New
Discovery fur Consumption, Coughs nuil
Colds, If von have never used this Ureat
Ooagh Medirine, one trial will convince
you (bat it Iihs wonderful curative powers
In all diseases of Throat, Chest and Luuirs.
Each bottle is guaranteed to do all that is
olamied or money will bo refunded. Trial
bottles free at Mathews Bros', drug Store.
arue bottlos floe, and IL 00.
THE NEWS OF
fOnfof toxm rorrespmilants of Tits Trib-
cn k should sU'ii VMr names in feU to sash
news luttur, not for publication uut toKiiitrd
HVELV DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS.
Ralph E. Randall is Nominated
Burg-ess of Forest City.
fjiesjnl to the ycranton Tribune,
Fohkst C'rrv, Jan. 21. A caucus was
held by the Demooratto voters of this
place iu Cunningham's hall last night.
The meeting was called to order by U
C. Dunmore, chairman pro tern. Jam -s
W, White was unanimously elected
permanent chairman, and James J.
Walker and Thomas McCorinic wen
elected as secretaries. It'ilpb E.
Rindall and Johu McDonald were
nominated for the ofllce of burgess
Mr. McDonald declined. Mr Randall
was then by a unanimous vote nomi
nated for burgess.
Those nominated for school director
were Joe T. H.iynes, James J. Walker,
James Whits and George Westgate
The obalrmin appointed H. K. Vaughn
and Jon ii McDonald tellers. Walker
and White receiving the lirgest num
ber of votes cast were declared nomi
nated for school directors for three
years, Haynes receiving nest highest
was declared nominated for the term
of one year.
Auditors were nominated as fellows:
Dr. Dwyer. James McAndrow, John
Conmy. Dr. Dwyer declined. The
term was for a period of one year and
three years. Mr. McAndrew accepted
the short term and the nomination was
made unanimous. For poor directors
W. Park and M. G. Grenuell were
named. (Irennoll accepted the short-r
term. El C Dimmer, the present tax
collector, was unanimously re-nominated
for a term of three years. For
justice of the peace for a term of rive
years, the following wero nominated:
M. J. Collins, present justice of the
peace, and H. K. Vaughn. H. K.
Vaughn in a brief speeeh, nominated
Woodbury (,'oele. Johu Cotter wa9
nominated and declined. The nomina
tion of Mr. Doyle was made unani
mous. A committee of three was ap
pointed by the chairman, consisting of
F. Hood. J. McDonald and George
Wrestgate to fill vacancies which may
occur between now and election.
At the caucus held in the First ward
belore the general caucus, Fred Well
brook and John McDonald were nomi
nated for three years for connrilmen.
In the Second ward caucus before the
general caucus, P. Gillespie, judge of
election; Pat Roach, inspector; and
M. J. Fallon, assistant assessor, wei'o
The preliminary caucus was held iD
J. Cunningham's hall fur ths First
ward, after which both wards met In
F. Cunningham's hall at S.lji) p. m. for
joint session. Before closiiu.ii motion
was made and carried to support the
officers nominated, in the coming elec
tion. Everything went smoothly and
the caucus adjourned at 8.80 p. m.
MONTROSE DOINGS IN BRIEF.
Homk Rrhaakabi.b Oonsol doafness are
recorded of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrio Oil
Never fails to cure earache.
Short. Sharp and Decisive Pencllings of
the La'est News.
Fpeeial to the Scranton Tribune.
HOMTBOBB, Pa., Jan. 21. Presiding
Elder Harroun preached in the Meth
odist Episcopal chnrcli today.
Judge George S. Pnrdy, of Wayne
county, presided at court here last
week. He had some important cases
and gave satisfaction to the members
of the Susquihanna County bar.
The following well known Scranton
people were registered at the T.irbell
House last week: Everett Warren, R.
H. Patterson, E. G. Harris, William
Pohl, J. W. Bunnell.
Jones' lake is the busiest pines in the
county. Every day and evening the
ice is covered with skaters.
Special meetiugs will be held in the
Baptist church this wek. Interest in
the meetings is increasing and good
work is being done.
Just 215 votes w?re cast at the R-)
publican CRU0UI oa Friday evening
Inst. The tight wh for tax collector.
H. Bbanklin came out the winner by
Miss net Blessing, a graduate of the
Montrose high school, is now assisting
there as a teacher.
Rev. Jacob Best, of Brooklyn, Pa.,
wsa in Montrose the latter part of last
Rev. O. F. Flippo, of Philadelphia,
who recently spent several days in
Montrose, made snms complimentary
remarks in regard to Montrose, for
all of which the citiz ms rsturn thanks
Montrose Fire company No. 2 gave
an exhibition run on Sitnrday evening,
using the fire hydrants for the first
Professor James Little's daughter,
Vida, is recovering from her recent
Dyspepsia and Inrliestton
In their worst forms ar cured by the
use of P. P. P. If you are debilitated and
run down, or If you need a tonic to regain
IKsh and lost appetite, strength and vigor,
take I'. P. P., and you will be strong and
healthy, lor shattered constitutions and
lust manhood P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke
Root and Potassium) is the king of all
medicines. P. P. P. is the greatest blood
purifier iu the world. For sale by all
ARTISTIC HAN3 PAINTED POSTER.
Peg- Wofflng-ton and a Bex of Monklos
nt Opra House.
Special to the Sci'antou Tribune,
I1oni;slaI,E, Jan. 21 Tne large
hand piinted poster displayed iu a
window of the new Rief-Spettigue
block Is the work of T. J. Ham, and
line been the cause of the heaping of
many words of praise upon that gen
tleman's bead for the fine and artistio
manner in which it is gotten up.
li-sides being a work of art, this
poster states that Friday evening, Jan.
20, local talent will present in the
Opera house "Peg Wollington" and
"A Box of Monkies."
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve.
The best salve In the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Uloers, Halt Rheum, Kovar
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 1!5 cents per
box. For sale by Matthews Bros.
ALFRED CHANDELER'S TOURS.
Unique Pursuit of a Qviear Character
Who Colbote OaUndtrs.
fljiecial to the Srrantm Tribune.
Fouebt City. Ph., Jan. 21. -That
nnique personage whose presence has
been seen at different plaees lately an 1
noted in Tim Tkiwine's Pittstou de
partment last Friday as being seen at
PittBtou gathering almanacs and cal
endars, lives at a place about sixteen
miles from here on Kennedy hill with
Cibson as its post office.
For nearly 300 yards before you
reach his homo, the observer will no
tice a narrow path about two feet from
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
the left hand side of the road. This
path ho has inado thsre by constant
travel and ho calls it his "tow pith."
When w alking away from home on his
annual trips he always walks in the
middle of the road. He always wears
his Biispenders crossed in front, and car
lies with him a number of rolling pins
which he talks to when louesomo.
In his house he has a large collection
of old almanacs, calendars, coins, etc.
Every yeur he takes a trip, walking
every step, to Philadelphia, New York
and other cities; never taking anv
money with him for such a trip. His
proper name is Alfred Chandeler and
he lives with an . I mother.
FOREST CITY FLASHES.
Interesting Budget of Personal Com
ment and Other Intelligence.
Sliecia to the Scranton Tribune,
FOBEST OlTY, Pa , Jan. 21. .The Pres
byterian fair was reopened during last
week. Thursday evening the Forest
City band attended and rendered some
choice music Mrs. William X Rese
won a handsome lamp by chance. The
door prize, a toilet set, wsa won by
Mrs. Hannstein. Mrs. Ed Morgan, of
Clifford, was present during the even
Siinnel J. Jennings was visting
friends in Scranton Siturdiy.
The Hillside Coal and Iron company
will resume work at their collieries la
this place Monday, after having been
idle since Monday, working only two
and one-half days this woak.
Mrs Benjamin Maxej has been quit'
ill at her homo on Main street for the
psst few days.
Miss Celia Clark, of Pleasant Mount,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. It. Flem
ing. H. G. Likely, of Carbondale. was
visiting friends in the borough Friday
"The Two Old Cronies," which was
given at the opera house Friday even
ing, pleased a largo audience. The
Specialty work was very good, espc
lally that of the Crawford brothers
Frank Wills in the role of the Academy
Professor with his Dutch dialect, did
not fail to amuse all. The songs and
dances were all new, and as a farce
comedy it is one of the best.
Brt Howard spent the day with his
sister, Mrs. Will Conrad, in Scranton.
Howard Johhs and 0 S Alexander,
of this place, joined a merry party ol
Carbondale skaters Friday evening and
enjoyed skating on the "hard water"
of Lewis lake at Uniondale,
Among the Forest Citians who were
in Carbondale Saturday wero noticed
the following: Mrs. II. A. Purple,
Mrs. H. F. Aldrich. Mrs. L. H May,
Miss Bits Fuller, Miss Jennie Alarm,
Mrs. Pollard, James Waters and Pro
lessor J. L. Morgan.
Joseph Warm, one of the unfortun
ates who was Injured at the Forest
City breaker Wo lnesday of last week,
died Tuesday evening. Interment was
in St Rose cemetery. Carbond ile. He
is survived by a wife and eight chil
dren. Dennis Sweeney was a Scranton vis
Rey. C. A. Benjamin, of Hones 1 iK
president of the Etoaeidals District E;i
worth league, will 1 1 lre'9 tue Metho
dist Episcopal Bpworth letgue of this
place, Tuesday evening. Tu lecture
is free and will lie a good one, Mr
Benjamin having the reputation of Ow
ing an eloquent speaker.
N. J. Maxey was renewing acquiint
ancee in Scranton. Saturday.
CARBONDALE CRISPLY TREATED.
Succinet Story of Two Days Condensed
Into Short Notes.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Carbondale, Pa., Jan. 91. Thrs
hangs iu the barber shop of .-j. in4e &
QpOgao on Church street a pair of c
skates which are tho property of Mr.
Spanle, who save the skates are thirty
years old. They are of a very ancient
style and for that reason tinny com ments
are made upon them by the pa
trons of the shop.
Monday evening the Fiek Jubilee
singers will appear at the Academy of
Music under the auspices of the Con
gregational church, and will render
one of their pleasing entertainments.
Benjamin F. Maxie, of Forest City,
in le a brief call on friends in this
city on Saturday. Mr. Maxie is THB
Tribune's alert correspondent at the
city In the forest.
Miss Flora Allen, of Forest City, was
M'ss Lottie Giles' guest on Satur lay.
Mrs Jane Phillips is visiting friends
In West Pittston.
Miss Ella Long, of Honesdale, is the
guest of Miss L 'lia Bolton.
Mrs A. F. Law, of Scranton, called
on Carbondale friends on .Saturday.
MINOR MOSCOW MENTION.
Short Paragraphs Chronicling the Move
ments of Prominent Persons
Siictiul to the Scranton Tribune.
MOSCOW, Pa., Jan 21 Mrs. A.
Havenstrite, of Carbondale, is visit
ing friends in this place.
Mr. Stratton died Friday afternoon
of erysip'las. Be leaves a widow ami
large family of children, all grown.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. B M War
dell, Jan. 1(1, a son.
A great many Moscow residents are
sick with the grip.
Mrs. 11 E Jliller wai In Sjranton
Mrs William and Mrs. A. Decker
were called to Spring Brook Friday to
attend tho funeral of Mrs. M Scott.
STROUDSBURG NEWS GRIST.
Facts and Fanclea Culled and Served
Freeh ae tho Dew.
Special to the Scranton Tribune,
BTB0UD8BUB0, Ph., Jan, 81. At
a meeting of the directors of the Mon
roo County Agriculture society all of
the old officers were re-elected, in com
pliment to their excellent showing.
Ice men are now more than hnppy.
The Central house of this place, now
conducted by Mrs. J. S. McNenl, has
been rented to James Newton Place,
the landlord who formerly kpt the
Cauudeusio house, this county.
WlM Pnliy was slek, we pive her Castorla,
Wbensbe was a Child, she cried for OaetcriSa
When elie liei-amc Mine, eho ohing tot 'aslorla.
w I., 'i slut had Chlldruii, hhe j; "Hi. m Castorla,
ARCHBALD AND ITS AFFAIRS.
Brief Budget of Readable Newa
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
cYBCRBALD, Pa., Jan. 21 F. J.
White returned last Friday from a
pleasant visit with friends in Scranton.
Saturday the employes of
Simpson & Co., were paid.
John Gilgsllon, of Scranton,
on friends In town last Friday,
The donation party tendered to Rev.
Mr. Rudolph last Thnrsdav night was
largely attended. The tables were
covered with goo I things, and the la
dies of the congregation were kept
busy attending to the wants of the
hungry, Tho Star band rendered sev
eral selections during the course of
the evening, and the music was much
The funeral of the late Mrs. Fox tdok
place Satur lay morning. A high m is
of requiem was celebrated a: St.
Thomas' church at 9 a. m. by Rev. T.
J. Comerfoid. The remains were in
terred in tho Catholic cemetery.
Mrs Burke, Whose death was an
nounced iu Thursday's TltlliUNK, was
also buried on Saturday morning at
10.80. A high mass of requiem was
celebrated at St. Thomas' church, and
at its close the rem tins were taken to
the Catholic cemetery fur iuterment,
"The Confederate Spy" will be the
attraction at the opera house next
Wednesday evening. It, will be pro
duced by the Ulyphaut Dramatic club
under the auspices of the East Side
Miss Nellie Curran, of Scranton, is
visiting friends in town.
Mies Trssie Cusick, of Scranton, is
visittng Miss M A. Burki.
J. R Melvin, of Scraut on, passed
Sunday at his former houii.
VARIOUS JERMYN JOTTINGS.
The Usual Chronicle cf a Live Borough
Presented In Brif.
SptCtai to the Scranton Tribune.
JettMYN, PA., Jan. 21. J. F. Boyle,
lineman of the Postal Telegraph com
pany, is erecting a fire ulariu system
for our borough.
Charles F. Baker transacted business
in Wilkes Bane Saturday.
Miss Adlie Coleman, of Bosman,
Mont., is visiting at Mrs Calviu Vail's
CarrA: B II begun nperaitous in their
new breaker Friday.
At a caucus of the Democratic voters
in White's hotel Sttur lay evening, of
ficers were nominated for the third
Michael Roberts and W. B Swick
are candidates for justice of the peace
subject to the Republican caucus Mon
Miss Dana Rymer visited friends in
The old Catholic church is being put
In shape for night school purposes,
Electric lights havo been put in, and
other changes arn lining made Misses
Mullen and Gilligan will be the teach
ers for the present.
Mrs. Alfred Mattows arrived hom
Thursday after a five months' visit
with frien Is in England
There will b a caucus of the Repub
lican vot:rs of the First ward in the
basement of 0. D. Winter & Co.'s
store Monday evening.
The Bed Men's fair has been a suc
cess from the beginning, Will Tennis,
of this burg, won the regalia presented
to the lo ige by Grand Chief of Records
Dmiielly. of Philadelphia.
Revival services are being held in
Methodist Episcopal and First Baptist
churches with gojd results.
The miners of the E Igerton colliery
were paid Sa'urday.
BTATBO by H. B Codiran.druggist, Lan
caster, Pa. Have guaranteed uvor 8110
bottleH ot Uurduck Blood Bitters for dys
plasia, sour stomach, bilious attacks, liver
and kidney trouble.
OJicer Bugene Christina
An Officer's Battle
Ho Might Have Lost But for
How It Wait Ol vrn . tt ml the Inevitable
An officer connected wilh the Tncony
Station house, Philadelphia, has had a re
vere battle wilh a monster, or a demon,
lie hardly knows which to call it. Wo will
let him tell the story in his own words:
" I Want to Say a Word
about what Hood's Rursaparllla did for me. I
was troubled the wor.it .vay with dyspepsia.
Why. I could not ml anything at breakfast
Without distress, anil when 1 (II J manage to eat
a little it Would all BOOM up again. I tried
almost everything I heard of to find relief, but
still I suffered. At hist I was told Jnei hew
fell and what Hood's Sarsaparilla would do
for me by an advertise ment in a paper. 1 de
rided to try Hie mealcine, and realized all ike
hrurili promieed II was what llood's Sarsa
purillu actually did for me that
Convlncod mo of Its Merit
I cannot praM it enough. I ran eat heartily
new, although two months ago 1 did not know
what it was to keep anything on my stomach.
Besides hidnr; cured of dyspepsia, I have been
relieved of severe pains in the kidneys. I am
willing this should be used to tell otMri how
to be cured of dyspepsia." OmcKn Kuoenr
CnuisTiNR Tacony Station House, Tacony,
HooD'6 Pills ear Raqsta, 8iu Headache,
liiiiiti,ii.ii, liaivameu. butd by all drutuUU.
Dr. K. Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist,
And hta so.tud i.tnir of Baalish and Ger
man 1 liysiclaiia.aro now permanently located
Temple Court Building
.11 1 SPRUCE ST.. -
Where ihoy may bo consulted Daily and
The Doctor In u graduate 0t tho Unlvoraity
er Pennsylvania, formoily demonstrator of
pliyHioJngv and Furgiiry at the lledico-t'hir-iirgicsl
College, of Philadelphia. He la also
an honorary n ember of the Medieo-Chirur-gical
Association, and was physician Hnd
nrgeon-tti-eblef ot the most noted American
and Qerman hospital comes highly Indorsed
M the leading eroeeaore of Philadelphia and
His many yearn of hosnltal experlenoe ou
i'M" this eminent pbyaician aud surguon to
correctly diagnose and treat all deformities
and dine.. with the most flattering success,
and his In h standing in the state will uut
all w him to soeept any Incurable ease.
LOST MANHOOli HKTtKKD.
WEAKNKS8 OF YOU SO HEN CUilED.
II ynu nave neon given up oy your physi
cian cull iijion the doctor and lie examined,
lie cures the worst casusof Nervous Debility,
Hrrofiila. Old Sores, i atarrh. Piles. Female
Weakness. Affections of tbo Ear, Eye, Nose
and Throat Asthma, Deafness. Tumors, Can
cers and Cripples of overy desoription. Con
rultailon iu English and Herman Kree. which
shall be considered sacred and striotly confi
dential. i nice Houini o A. M. to S P, M. Dally.
Sunday, !) a.m. to 2 p.m.
Bank of Scranton.
Statement Dec ID, 1803, called for by
the Coin ptroller nf the Cnrreuvy.
BESOI R( 1 g,
l oans 1,2U4,4T:: 40
Overdrafts ;io :.t
I idled Males Bonds 200,000.00
Other Homls 44K. 137. 7.",
Banking House 'a. 074.40
Premiums nn V. s. Bonds,... 17,443.75
Hue from II. v Treasurer 10.000 no
Dun from Hunks 391. 1 :tO.OI)
Undivided Profits 50,088 'ill
i ' i renin lion 1 0'-'.OOn.OO
Hit blends Unpaid 1,883 SO
Due to Haulm 68,684.01
WILLIAM rONNIM T President.
GEO. H. CATLIN, Vice-President.
WILLIAM H PUCK, Cushion
William Council, George II. Catlin,
Allied Hand, Henry Beltn, jr.,
Arehbald, William T. Smith, Luther
This bunk offers to depositors every
facility warranted by their balances, busi
ness ami responsibility.
Special attention given to business ac
counts. Interest paid on time deposits,
National Bank of Scranton
w.w. watson. Vice President
A. li. WILLIAMS, Cashier.
KAMrat. BnraSi .IAMF.S II' F.vmilAnT,
IllVINO A. Fl.NOn, 1'lKlllT. H. FlNl.KV,
Joseph J. .Ikhmvn, M.S. Kemkhkic,
Chak, 1. Maixuews. John T. Pouteii.
W. W. Watson.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
ThiB Imnk Invites thu patronage of busiuess
men ami inn Keiirrully.
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CORNELL CO.
1)1 mil IBOB CO., inr'p.i'apUal, $1,000,000.
11DST Sll.ol) SHOE IN THB WORLD.
"A dollar nared Ua dollar earned."
ThlsLadlee'eVelld French Oongohi KidBut
ton Hoot dullvorcd frro anywhere in tlio U.S., on
receipt of t.'inh, Money Order,
I'oslnl .010 lor fi.uu.
mils every Way the boots
d in nil mail stores for
60. We muke Mils boot
selves, therefore we quar
ter Ihe itiile and icrar.
I if liny one is not siiilstleil
1 will refund the mens
K, St KK,
1 nnd half
1 1 our tier;
' lit you.
Special IffSW to lHalen,
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There are hundreds of young men and young women in this
country who have splendid ability, but they Lave never been
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Has been an inspiration to hundreds of young people. If you
are tired of inactivity aud want to do something tangible,
come to the College.
COMMON KNliMSH COUBggl.
SHORTHAND COUR p g
. NEW YEAR. OPENS JANUARY 1.
KERR & SIEBECKER
406 and 408 Lackawanna Avenue.
W1! have culled from our stock a large line of patterns that will not
" be made again iu WILTONS, AXMINSTERS, MOQUETTES, VEL
VETS, BODY BRUSSELS. TAPESTRIrS AND INGRAINS, wliich we have
marked down to such prices as will insure a quick removal of the en-
Suitable for Rugs, in length
from one to three yards, at
Odd lots of Lace Curtains, Chenille Portieres and
Table Covers, Bric-a-Brac, &c, at actual cost
RI1RQ Special 30-inch Smyrna Rugs,
nUllO $2.50; reduced from $3.50.
STORE CLOSES 6 P. M.
NOW ON STICKS
THE RIGHARDS LUMBER 00.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building,
SSffiFSSdSfc Scranton, Pa.
HILK many manufacturers and dealers are making extravagant stats
puinoi, intending purchasers should not fail to examine the famous
Illustrated 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 judtre 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. iney are as nanuy as
a shelf or mantel,
spaces and come
and select a Table.
Look up your
Remnants of Carpets
And Odd Pairs of Lace and Chenille
Curtains at "Way Down Prices."
Dexter Shoe Go,