The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, January 26, 1894, Page 8, Image 8
s THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE FR I DAY MORNING. JANUARY 26, 1894. Stationery In great variety at prices to Suit the Times. c B. PRATT. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT THE NEXT WEEK OR TEN DAYS Will be Important to buyers of Dry Goods and exceedingly profit able, especially to purchasers of Dress Qoods. We have just liu ished bur annual inventory, ami previous to opening our newsprint stock, have several lines that must bo disposer! of, Buyers 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 ductions in DRESS GOODS s.i?. All Wool Dress Goo Is IteJuced to 48a 75 All-wool Dress Goods Reduced to :iT4c. t!" . All-wool Dress Goodi Reduced to 85c. 80c. All-wool Dress Goods Reduced to Boo. BARGAINS IN CLOAKS. We offer all odd Jackets and Newmarkets and all the accumu lation in Cloak Department at less than one-half, and many instances at less than one-quarter of the est. TO CLOSE AT ONCE, that we may have no old styles to carry over, and that our entire spring stock may he new and hrijrht. BRIEF JlwM N JUT I INGS. Fresh F a of Personal News and MiicMlaneoiiH Paragraphs. Sjitcialto the Scranon Tribune. Jekmyn, Pa.. Jan 25 Mrs. Georg Walters is recovering from her recent lllnaas. Mrs Thomas Kiler, who has been tick for .1 nmnlier of mootbt, ventured ont yesterday fur the first titne. Yesterday n cow, blonuinj to Michael Farrell. of Mnyfield, wu killed on th Ontario and Western rail road near the borough line. A suttirise party was given to Miss Rosie W.isley, of Fifth street, last evening. A number of her young friends assembled to enj y a social tim at her home. Miss Cmuia Roberts, having finished ber school in Justus, lias returned to her home; here. The Republicans of tho First ward, at their caucus, nominated the follow ing ticket: Biirgsss, William If Mr nttj council, Joaepli Marcouib; school director. Andrew Cirt-r; justice of the pence, William Jenkins; tax collector, A. Lane; auditor, JobO I! (irifriths A cnild of Mrs. J. Thom.is, of Justus, who is visiting at tho home, of Edward Pnillips, of North Main strvet, is ill with scarlet fever. Rartholeiuew Outran, of Hcranton, and Levi Patterson, of C.irbonflale, called on the trade yesterday. The Home Missionary society of the Methodist church, will hold a public meeting Momliiv evening, wnicn will beaddrecsed by Mrs Dr. Pearce of Scran toD, subject, 'The Work of the Home Missionary Society in America." The ladies of the society will act as ushers and hope to havo a full attendance. Miss Sadie Timlin, of the But Side, has bsou indisposed for a number of days. A child of Thomas Harvey was buried in Rose Hill ciraotery yesterday. Diphtheria was the cause of its death. William H. Merntt, of the First ward, and John Longbney,Ot the Third Ward, are striving lor the honors of being burgess of tins borough. E. A. .Lane, Republican ; John Mer rick, Democrat, mid Matthew Leslie, Peoples' candidate, wish to be tax col lectors; and William Jenkins, W B Swick, Johii Gannon and Mike Roberts are working for the office or justice of the peace. As tbore are to be oulv one of the above elected for each office it will be a hot fight. Rev. W. R. Netbnrton,of Forty Fort, called on friends hsre yesterday. John B. Griffiths transacted business in Scrantou yesterday, .-- a mini on Friends A friond in rfeed Is n friend indeed, and not has than one million people have found just such a friend lu Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, (Jougns and Colds, If you have never used this Cireat Cough Medicine, one trial will couvinco you that it has wonderful curatlvo powors in all diseases of Iroa', Chest and Lungs. Each bottle is guftinnteeil to do all that is olaimed or money will he refunded. Trial bottles frei at Mathews Bros', drug store. Large bottles 5oc. and tLOa THE IEWS OF SEARBY TOWNS fOnt of town rorrnsponilonts of TUB Tittn Unk should Un their names in full to imoti Uewa letter, not for publication uut to guard against deception.! WATTS -M' DO WELL NUPTIALS. Well Known Younir Honasdala Lady Married Thnmday Evening. Special to the Stranton Tribune. IIont.spalk, Pa., Jan. '-25 A quiet bnt very nretty weddiug took place on Upper Eist strevt at 2 p. m. today, the contracting parties being Miss Rena J., elilest daughter of Graham Watts, and Charles M. McDowell, of Troy,P.i. The ceremony took place in the back parlor of Mr. Watts' residence, the south side of the room having been decorated with laurel and potted plants banked against th wall, and was per ri rtn d by Rev. William H. Swift. The house was darkened and the mellow rays of artificial light illumined tho scene. The wedding marcn by Mendelssohn was played by Miss Myrtle Wood ward. At the appointed hour tho bridal party entered the room. Tne nshera, Joseph Orandall and Qrry it Hadeell, and John Jenkins and Will iam Watts, carried two long ribbons, making an aisle, and were followed by Frances Dimock and Ralph D. Will iams. The bride, wearing a white silk gown with lace trimmings and carry ing a botpiet of bridal roses, entered tho room on the arm of the irroom and was followed by the bridesmaids, Miss Kate Watts, dressed in pink cashmere with pink satin trimmings and carry ing white carnations, and Mis Kiln Stark, dressed in gray silk with wiuto luce trimmings and carrying white carnatious. Rev. William H Swift followed. A reception was held and the liappy couple left for New York ou the 5 o'clock Brie train. The out of town guests present were: luark McDowell, tatner of the groom, troy, Pa. ; Mrs. Maggie Varney and Miss Anna Lercli, South Cinaun, Mrs, Fannie Hartley, sou Frank and daugh ter Ella, Qlenwood; Mis. Clarence Salmon, daughters Elna and Anna, of Scrantou; Miss Fanny Stark. Phila delpbia; Mr, and Mrs. William Jen kins and sons John and Frank; Miss Helen Carr and Miss May Gummere, Protnpton; Mrs. Oscar Williams, Scrantou; Mrs. G. W Hemminger, Waverly; Washington Watts, Duluth, Minn., and Miss Marv Peterson, Water loo, N. Y. : HYMENEAL AT&T JOHN'S. Beautiful Ceremony Makss Miss Hag gis Ryan Mis. Dunn. Special to the Scrantou Tribune. Honf.sd.vlg. Ph., Jan. 25 St. John's Riman Catholic church was packed by a lare concourse of people who had gathered to witneif the marriage of two popular young Ilouesdule people. Mis Maggie E. .Ryan and John P. Dunn. Mrs. Richtmeyer rendered the wed din march, and at 7 p in. Charles McKeuna and Frank Ryan, the ushers, entered the aisle, leading the wedding party. The bridesmaid, Miss Minnie Connolly, followed on the arm of the groom. Xext came the bride on the arm of the groomsmm, William H. Malia. The gown worn by the bride waa of a pretty blue shade, and she carried a bouquet of pink and white roses. The bridesmaid wore an elegant brown dress aud cirrid pink aud white roses. Rev. William Connolly, of Troy, Pa., cousin of the bride, per formed the ceremony. The bridal party were conveyed to the home of the bride's pareuts in car riages, where many friends attended the reception au 1 dance. Mr. and .Mrs. Dnnn are occupying elegantly fur nished rooms on Be con 1 strjet. ENTERTAINMENT FOR CHARITY. Local Talent to Fiay f,r Bnefl: of the Needy Poor. Special to the Scranttoi Tribune. HONKSDALI, Pa Jan 25 A charity entertainment will he given in the Opera house tomorrow (Friday) even ing at S o'clock. The proceeds will be distributed among the needy of the borough and vicinity. The programme will consist of selections bv Metzgar's orchestra, flute solo by Ed Reed and a farce, a "Box of Monkeys." The cast of characters is: Si-rra Bengaline, Florence Wilbur Ham; Lady Gnine vere Land poor", Florence Baker; Mrs. Oulego Jhones, Liu Harden hergh ; Edwarl Ralston, JohnGroner; Chauu cey Oglethorpe. John H iwker. Toil pleasing farce will be followed by another extremely entertaining one, "Peg Wofflngton," by the following well known local talent: Peg Wofflng ton, Florence Wilbur Ham; Caralas sett. her maid, B'ssie Ham: Karl Chol mi ndeley, R W. Ham ; Robert, his eon, J Frank Ham j Chtekey Meadows Kay Herdenbergb. Adum-i i, 25 ami 35 cents. Diagram at Utuitas music store. Criticising a Young Lady. "She would bo a pretty girl for but ono thing." "What'l that?" asked Charley. George Her face is always covored with purple and red blotches. Charley Oh, that's easily enough d is posed of. Used to be the saino way my elf, but 1 1 anght on to the trouble one day, and got rid of it in no time. (leorge What was it? ( barley Simply blood eruptions. Took a short 008.188. of i'. P. I. I tell you, it's the boss blood corrector. The governor had rheumatism so bid that you could sinr him ho'ler clear across the country every time he moved. He tiied It, and you know what an nthlntin old gent he ls now. If somobody would give Miss Daisy a pointer, she would thank them after wards. All the drug Htores sell it. HON ESDALE BRIEFLY TREATED. Ters Paragraphs of Lav News About the Mapla City. Fpecial to the Scrantou Tribune. ' HoNKsiiALU, Pa. Jan. 25. Tho Re publican caucus is called to meet Sat urday night at 7 o'clock in the town hull. Marvin Wilbur, of Ticon leroga, N. Y , is a visitor in town It Is rumored that,li is to become a resident here. Horace E Davis.a former townsman, is visiting friends her e. Notwithstanding a rumor to tho con trary, D. C. Osborne is a candldato for the Republican nomination for tax collector. The cold wave has again polished the ice np for skates, t. Statkd by H. U Cochran, druggist, Lan caster, I'a. Havo guaranteed over 8!K) bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters for dys pepsia, sour stomach, bilious attacks, liver and kidney trouble, , MONEY LOST ON MITCHELL. One Carbond il E nhuila.t Will Now Blacken Anoihsr'.. Shoaa. Niiecial to the Seranton Tribune. Carbondale, Pa. Jan. 20 Great ex cltenieut prevailed is this city this af ternoon over tbe Corbett aud Mitchell llghcst of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Esakins Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE prize fight. Several bets took place be twees our local sporliug men. Returns from the tight were received at the opera buffet and when the result came, "Mitchell knocked out in third round," a big cheer was sent forth. Doubtless Hie large gathering were friends of Corbett. As a result of the fight a Main street clerk will keep the shoes of a Carbon dale student at Woods' business col lege polished for one month. BRIGHT CARBONOALE BUDGET. News of a Day in tho Pionaer City mi :-i in li i.i. ajieefll to fas Seranton Tribune. Caicuondm.k, Pa , Jan. 25 The re mains of Albert Reynolds, the young man who died Wednei lay from inju ries received on Situr.lav last at liis home in Hones, lale, will bo brought to this city tomorrow. The funeral ser vices will he held at the Methodist church at 2 o'clock n in., and will be conducted by Rev. WilliMin Ivlgar, the pas tOX, Interment will bo made in Maplewood cemetery. A farmer from an adjoining village was ill this place today selling some honey to a Main street merchant. He remarked that the Wilson bill could not put the hoiiev factory on half time, as that will still keep homuiin' away. The Mitchell Hose company fair was reopened again iu the Watt building this evening and a good attendance was on baud. Tho following concert programme was rendered iu a pleasing manner; Soprano solo, Howard Foster; Instrumental duet, Helvin and Leon ard; duet, selected, Misses Burke and Birrett; vocal solo. Miss Mary Mux well; bass solo, William Breese. Sat urday eveniug will be the closing night of the fair. Cards of invitation have besn issued by coterie of young men for a sub criptlon dance Wbion will bo held Fri day evening, Feb. 2, iu Watts' build ing. The club who have the 8-o'clock-closing movement ou foot ure meeting with very gratifying success, es nearly all the merchants have signed the peti tion and there are but a very few more to be seen. Then all will tie serene. Miss Birdsall, of Beeleyville, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Lizzie Bolieu, of Church street. Miss Mattle Spettigrew, of Seranton, is visiting friends in this place. TH3EE CHlERs FOR GROW. Taylor Rapubl cans Name Splendid Tickat and Grow Enthualasl o. Special to the tcranton Tribune. Taylor, Pa., Jan 25 The Repub lican caucus on Wednesday night was the largest political gathering yet held in this town. Over 500 voters were present. Dr. E. E Weston called the meeting to order and after slating its objects John Frnucis, jr., was elected ci. airman, and John Evans and Wil liam Hoekine, Secretaries. John R. Johns, W. S Decker. H. J. Cooper. Dr. J. W Houser, J. F. Tuhbs and Anthony Edwards were named as tell ers. To hurry up matters two board of tellt rs acted in receiving votes for sep arate offices, For burgess D. J. Harris, George Nansteel and W. P. Griffiths were pre sented, Mr. Harris being elected on fust ballot. For tax collector, ijobn D. Jones, James Mapleson. AloMoHcn d. rshnt, R. W. Reese. H. Tahner, Ed die Harris, John B. Reese and Tallie P. Jones were suggested. Aftor the fir-t ballot Tahner withdrew and J. 11. Reese, Jones and Harris were dropped. On second ballot R. W. Reese was dropped. Ou the third Hendersbot was dropped an l ou fourth Jones received WJ and Mapleson 102. Jones was de clared ths nominee. These candidates were then named: Councilman, H E. Harris, throe yeara; E. E Weston, two years; Cispar Ott. two years; and Robert Linney, one year; councilm m at-large, William Powell, M. M. Williams, James Pow ell, jr., William Rodgers.Bvan ('.Davis. School direcior at large, John Francis, jr ; justice of the peace, John H. Pow ell and W. P. Giiffiths; high consta ble Morris Davis; constable, Edwin Allen; afSetSOr, Tallie W.Jones; as sessor, W. D Phillips; auditors, John Connolly, three yeais;S J. Phillips, two years; Thomas .1. Powell, one year; register. Thomas A. Francis, jr.; judge of election, John Stevens. Three cheers were given for Hon. Galusha A Grow, for congresaman-at largo. Bucklen'.s Aiulua Salve. The best salve iu the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt ltlieum, Fevor Son, 'letter, ( hupped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and nil Skin Eruptions, and posi tively cures I'iles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 ceuts per box. For sale by .Matthew Bros. PRICE LIBRARY ENTERTAINMENT. Pleasing Programmt Pinaentad and an Eejoynble RfO'Ptlon ITald. Special to the So union Tribune. TaYLOK, Ph., Jan. 25 The enter tainment of the Prioe Library tonight was attended by a large and fashion able audienco. Every number was well received. A chorus of ladiev, consisting of Blanche Ward.B. cca Davle.KdithPrlce, Knsio Morris. Adna Gordon an I folly Davis sang "Down on the Farm, "with their backs to the audience. The song ami innoation were both woll re ceived. A reception followed. BOatl BniAMABLK CtntftN of deafness are recorded ot Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil. Never fails to cure earache. . SOLD BY THE SHERIFF. The Oranl Rapids Braaker Is Purchased by Roaella Bros. W11 KM Bahhk, Pa., Jan. 25 Tbe Grand (Lipids coal breaker, h cited in Wyomiug.six miles from here, was sold by the sherllf today. The breaker was put up by a western mining company, whose funds ran out beforo they could strike coal. It was purchased by Roselle Bros. When Tt.-iby was nick, wo gave her Castnrta. When she waa u Child, she cried for Castoria, When she b-rame Miss, alio clung t (.'asturla, Wbuu she hud ChllUren, she gavelhcui Custorla, GOES TO ANOTHER FIELD. Bv. W. W. Smith, of Taylor, Accepts a Call to Portland, Conn Special to the Seranton Tribune. TAYLOR, Pa,, Jan. 86. The announce ment that Rev. W. W. Smith, the faithful and earnest pastor of the Mnthodist Episcopal church, has re signed, causes regret among his friends. Rev. Mr. Smith is an able p istor, loved and respected by all who came in con tact, with him, and his removal from hero is sincerely regretted by all de nominations. R.-v. Mr. Smith cniue here last April from Concord, N. Y , and ho leaves here for Portland, Conn., accepting a similar charge with a Congregational church. During his short residence h 're he has won many souls. He is a prominent member of the Public li brary anil gave much of his attention lo the development of young men. Rev W. W. Smith and his esteemed wife and children leave this town with the well wishes of all. WILBUKNE BROUGHT BACK. Claims He Is tuhooent of Murder of Con ti actor Johnson. Wilkbb-Barrr, Pa., Jan. 25 J. C. Wilburne, the murderer of Contractor Johnson who was arrested ill Biker, Brown county, Kansas, was brought here today and lodged in the comity prison, The murderer Is 20 years of age and was born in North Carolina. The prisoner placed his name on the prison docket as Melbourne, claiming his name was not Wilburne. lie was given a bith and a shave and assigii"d to cell No. 4, in what is known as murderer's row. He refusae to talk, simply saying, "it was a fight and they cannot convict me." . . VOICES RAISED IN SONG. Soon This Will Cescr.be an Attraction at Price L brnry. ftieii'd' to the Seranton Tribune. TAYLOR, Pa,, Jan. 86.- Tbe Price library added to its rooms today a new organ. A glee club will at once ue formed. It will constitute such sing'rs as Will Morris, III! TRIBUNE agent, Pro feasor T. J. Williams. J. F. Tubbs. O. M Williams and others. Food's Praises Ifsolf Kidney Troubles - B right's Disease Cured Vote Able to Work and Sound as a JJoffar. Mr. John Saxton Ot Scuttdale, i'a. " I do think Hood's BanaparlHa Is ' worth Its wclghtln nold.' Fot four years I suffered misery with terrlhlo pains In my back and troublo with my kidneys. Tho doctors thought 1 had Brlfht'8 disease. Many a tlmu I had to giveupwork, and eontinuauy grew worse, and w hen I sat or stooped down I had to be helped UP. At last had to give up and (0 to tied and n miuii six long weeks. It was then I licjjan lo bike Hood's BarsaparUla, and I soon fonml that it was help Ins mo although I had been told iiolhlhit would help mo and thought I Would Havo to Dlo. But I continued to Improve till I aia now In per fect health ami have as 00d a back as any man In town. Today I can do a good day's work, and truly fed that Hood's Sars.ipaillla was a (jod-sen J to BO, 1 am as sound a the best dol Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures lar that was ever made, and I want this state ment put Into print so that everybody can see what good It did ms, Every word of the nhovo can be proved by a score of people hero who know how I Uftered and how I have been cured. I took bid six bottles. I think no o-ne can praise Rootfi Barsaparllla as rnucti as it will praise Itself." JOBM SvxroN, Bcottdalo, Westmoreland Co., I'cni ivlvanla. Hood's Pills &io tho bestafter dinner Pills, assist digestion, cure tteadacha. Try a box. THE DUTHEIL STUDIO 1 315 $$i tJt II Ti V Mli:ill (JHAHIHC L v I I si W K A SNA AVI M i:. M RANTON, I'A. aYIKd MADK ft rontrnct with a frame fac-tury to turn out UOQO Irani a between now and Chrat iinia, 1 wih)i toannonnoe to tho nub-11.- tint i will make a OBNUINR ckayon Pint i K Air copied from one ARROLUTELY i i;i . i . OF STYtaKe or FRAMES FROM m't M DPWARO, Workmanship Kiinrauteod. Frames JO per cent, losa than rejulnr jirloe. B. DUTHEIL, Artist Frank P. Brown & Co. W koleauln Dealers In Woodware, Cordage aud Oil Cloth 723 West lackiwanna Ave. Mannfactiirers' Agents for UatUCKERY. LAMPS and DLASSWARK. Eureka Laundry Co. Cor. Lindon St. and Adams Ave. CO CM Hol'sk -...I... All kinds of Laundry work guaranteed Hie best, Dr. K. Grewer The Philadelphia Fpecialist, And Ida aasoolatud ttair of RAfRah an I Oer- man rbraulanaara now permanent)! located Temple Court Building :tt I BPRtTCR sr., SCR ANTON wuuiu iboy ma; u, consulted uailv and BVNUAV, 1 Be Doctor Is a graduate ot tho tlnlvnraity ot I'ennaylvuDij, I'm inurlv demoiiatrator of physeiluitv and surgery at the Mcdlco-C'hlr-nrgical College, of Philadelphia. He ts also an honorary ember of tho Hedieo -chirur glcal Aasooiatlon, and was phyxiclan and am gcon in chief of tho moat noted American and Bermau hospitals, ronnm hiifhly Indorse, to the leading professors of Phuadalphla and New Vnrk. ills many years of hoxnital cxnerlenoe on nbles this emlnetlt physician mid aurgvou to eorreetly dlatnosa and treat all defennit ai and diaeaaes with tho most Mattering a access, and his huh standing in the state will not all w him to accept nnv incurable case LOHI MANHOOD KKiTUKKD YVKAKNKN8 OF YOU SO NKM HKF.D It yon navs Deeu given up ey your iihyal clan cull upon the doctor and I" examinod. Be cures ins worst caseof NerYonaDebiUty, Scrofula, Old Korea atairh. Files, Femuie Weiikneas. AfTectiona of tho Ear, ICyo. Noso and Throat. Asthma, Doafness. Tumors, Can ceis a-id Crii'iilisi of every d'-scrlpt ion. Cou- miltsHon in English end Herman Free, which shall l,e consider, d sacred uu I strictly cuull- drntlat niee Honrsi OA. M, to V 1'. M. Daily. Sumlitj-, 1 a.m. lo : p in. TH E TRADERS National Bank of Scrantou OKUANIZED ISM. CAPITAL $250,000, SURPLUS $25,000. BAlTUEL IIINF.S.iPrcsident. W. w. watson. V Preewenk A. li. Wil.LlAMS, Cashier. DIBBCTOBS, BAMtJUL IIincs, jami:s M EvrnnART, liiviMi a. Fwon, PiSBci ii. fim.ev, JOSBPB J- JBBMVST, M. H, KbMBBBIh Ciias. I'. UATXHBWS. John T. POBTBB W. W. Watson. PROMPT, ENhRGETIC, CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL This bnnk Invites the iiatruiiage of business men aud tlrms gem-rally. Third National Bank of Seranton. Statement Dec. Ill, 1803, railed lor by the Comptroller of the Currency. RKSOUBCaS. Loans 8)1,5111 Overdrafts United Mates Hoods ton Oilier lleiKla 44X, Hank Ing llmiae l'reiiiiuuiM on II. s. Bonds.., Due irom 17. 8. Treaaurer. , , Due Irom Hanka 1 ,i -1 1 LIABILITIES. Capital Mirliltia I ii, ml. I,, I rrotlts I iri-olatloll Dividends Ciipald Dopoalta.' Duo to Uanka ','8 IT, III 331 1M 173 40 :io ::i iioo.no IS7.M 074.411 44:1 7.- ooo. no I 30 on I19U.US 8,483,608.00 Sion.nno on ,840.000 no 80,888.89 108,0011,00 1,888.50 ,1,788,800 Ha 86,694.01 8,463,698.66 W1I,1.IA1 ONNF.LL, Prealdent, j in ll. (All. in, tire- President Mil. I. iam li. PUCK, Cashier DIRECTORS, William Council, Oeorca ll. Catlln, Alfred Hand, Henry llellit, jr., Jhiuci Arohbald, William T. Bmltn, l.uthar Keller, I'his liaolc oilers to depositors every i,ii 1 1 1 1 1 warranted by their balancce, bui-m-aa and roaponslblllty, Bpeolal attention given to bnalnees est oouuta Intorest paid on time iieposita. Seeds and Fertilizers Largo Medium and White Clover, Choice Timothy and Lawn Grass Seeds Guano, Bone Dust and Phosphates for Farms, Lawns and Gardens. HUNT & CONNELL CO. DKITKR HOB CO.. In 'p. Canlial,8l,iiii".nn0. BEST sn.no BftOE in THE WORLD. ".1 dollar sased ia tlollar tarnnl." Tbla Ladles' Solid Freoob Uongola Kldnut ton llout dellvuriil free mivwhero in the l'.S..on rccHct of I'ssli, Minicy Order, or IsmuI Nolo for al.Mi. Kipnils every Way Ins hoola anlil ill nil r"lull aiiirra fur ti.M. We make this boot ournelvra, therSfore We guar- . . . 4, -A.il, , .., and If any one Is not a.utpllir wo will rciiinn inn niniiey neinlnliiillii'rpiilr. Opera or ( ,,iiunen l-eitse, Widths Ui D, B, k KK, aires 1 to S and half NSloa. Stna twnrnisf; ice ii i tit you. I Unstinted Cata logue free: Dexter Shoe Go ) BOSTON, MASS. Wl am, -. . rur wv A HOW TO MAKE MONEY Thvoate hundreds of yOQQg men and young women in this country who have splendid ability, but they have never been wakened up. Wood's College of Business and Shorthand lias been an inspiration to hundreds of young people. If you are tired of Inactivity and want to do something tangible, come to the College. COMMON BNQLI8H COURSE, BUSINESS COURSE, SHORTHAND COUBSEL p g qjj KUW YKAIt OPENS JANUARY 1. FUR RUGS Combination Goat and Sheepskin Rugs. Fine Angora Wool, all sizes. Real Leopard, with full head. Baby Carriage Robes Sheepskin and Goat Robes, with felt or Satin lining. Large line to select from. Moquette Rugs (Three sizes.) At Special Cut Prices. SMYRNA RUGS, 30 inches wide, at $3; worth $4. SMYRNA MATS, 50c. each. These are bargains. COCOA MATS (all sizes), for out-door use, 50c. and upward. OMBRELLA STANDS, EASELS, SCREENS, Sc. KERR 4 SIEBECKER CARPETS AM) DRAPERY, 406 and 408 Lackawanna Avenue. "No star was ever lost we onca have seen, We always may be what we might have been," A HAPPY PATRON OF THE RIOHASBS LUMBER CO. Seranton, Pa. 22 and 23 Commonwealth Building TRY US. XT' H1LE many manufacturers and dealers nrcmakiui; extravagant stats ' lnenta concerning the merits atnl durability or medium or low traJi piauo.s, intending purchasers should not (ail to examine the famuus STECK PIANOS. Illustrated book containing valuable information on pianos on application E. C. Ricker ft Co. 123 Adams Ave. ri nil 1 'W.I. ! U''l Tlti'i P,,im nv W.icli . . V. v.. .t.v ,, f. ,1.1,, , i V Ll .1 V, I , , ,1.1, V - l inftOD avenues make an effort to get VEfl on M youiiiii,' aoinu'. Il may jm ' '4 you well. We refer to tho Odd WV,1 Prioea of Fl'RXITrRK displayotl JgH in our window at profitless prices. HALL RACKS and fl SIDE BOARDS. Are the victims of this week's slaughter. Then there are some STOVES displayed In the other window they're heaters at sum mer prices. Our general slock is reduced in price prior to our new Bprinr Hue.