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THE SCBANl'OJN TRIBUNE TU E S D AT MORNING. JANUARY 30, 1894.
In great variety
Suit the Times
C B. PRATT.
Hamburg and Swiss
WK HAVE now open and on Bale
the newest and most desirable
things in the wit popular
Embroideries, Our stock of last
season's goods had been reduced
to a Very low point previous to
opening our new jnd beautiful
collection for the spring of 1894.
The goods came direct from the
makers on the other side to the
wearers on this side, with only
our own moderate profit as distributors.
Cambridge Edgings, 1 to 13 iuches,
from 1 to oO cnts.
Cambric Insertions, to 3 inchw. from
10 to "0 cents.
All-over Embroidery (Cambric), 20
inches wide, from 30 cents to $1. 0,
Nainsook Embroideries, 1 to It) iuches,
from r? to 73 cents,
Nainsook Insertion?, i to 2 inches, from
from 10 to j0 cents.
Nainsook All ovtr,20 inches wide, from
50 cents to $1 35,
Nainsook Flouncing, -to inches wide,
from 20 cents to $1 30.
Full line of Colored Embroideries, Col
ored Grounds with White Embroid -ery
and White Grounds with Colored
All the newest things in Point de
We have re-marked twenty
lines of last season's goods
in no way unfashionable
at prices to satisfy the most
LIVE NEWS OF JERMYN.
Personal Hovemsnta of Well Known
Citizens and Other Notes.
Jrrmyn, Pa , Jan. 2!t. Evenintr Star
Lodge No. 65, American Protestant
Association will hold an iintertainment
in Enterprise Hall, Feb. 24. After the
nter'ainment snpper will be served.
Roy Tyler, of Hazelton, Pa., made a
abort call on Jermyn friends today.
John F. Nicholson, the Republican
candidate for burgess, is a thoroughly
upright, honest and conscientious
yoang man who will administer the
affairs of the borough with discretion
and without fear or fayor, Vote for
The funeral of Thomas Newberry,
of Providence, took plaoe yesterday
afternoon. Interment in the Jermyn
The book reception of the Sunday
school of the Methodist Episcopal
church will take place Feb. 22. Any
good books suitable for a library will
bo thankfully received.
The Catholic Mutual Itanevolent
Association society will give an enter
tainment on March 84, at which time
the $50 prize will be disposed of. The
members are now actively engaged in
selling tickets for the event.
Thomas Jones, of North Main street,
is ill with qniusy.
Master Normnri Batten bere is spend
ing a few days with friends in Vine
land, N J.
Jamos K. Shepherd b is been in New
York for a number af days.
The Republican ticket will be headed
by J. F. Nicholson for hnrgesi, in
place of the nominees of the ward can
ens named earlier in the week.
The body of the lato Mr. Newberry,
who died in Proviuenco, will be
brouphtr here for interment. The
AUierioan Protestant association will
attend in a body.
James Clark, of Como, called on Jer
myn friends today.
The third nnnivemary of the Home
Missionary society of the Methodist
Episcopal church is taking plaoe this
evening. Mrs. Dr. Poorce, of Scran
ton, will deliver the principal address.
We authorize nur advertised dniKuist to
sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, upon tin
condition. If you are Bfllictud with a
Cough, Cold, or any I.UDir, Throat or Chest
trouble, and will use this romedy as di
rected, giving it a fair trinl.and experience
no benefit, yon may roturn the boitlo and
have your money refunded. Wo could not
make this offer did we not know that Dr.
King's New Discovery could be rolled on.
It oarer disappoints. Trial bottles free at
Matthew Uroii'. drug store. Large size
60c. and tl.
The essontial lung healing principle of
the pine treo has Hually been success! ully
separated and refined Into a perfect cough
medicine. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine
Syrup. Hold by all dealers ou a guarantee
of satisfaction. ,
TIE NEWS Of
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RECTOR'S FAREWELL SERMON.
Rov. Qeorge O. Hall'e Sarvloea Oease In
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
H0NE8Di.Lt, Pa., Jn. 20 Probably
no congregation ever mourned the de
parture of its rector froai among them
more deeply than does Graoe church,
Honesdale, upon losing its beloved
leader. The deep regard in which Rev.
George C. Hall is held by his people
whs plainly shown at his last services
Ii the morning Mr. Hall repeated a
former seiinon by request. The sub
stauce of bis sermon forcibly brought
out the fact that man must be pitted
against man to bring out the best chat
is within him, as iron sharponeth iron,
Everv pew iu the church was filjed,
and a large part of the congregation
attended the last administration of the
Lord's Supper by its rector. It was a
parting that caused tears to flow, but
the bitter was yet to come.
The affection betweeu the Sunday
school and its leader is very close. Two
hundred and fifty seven scholars wore
present when Rev. Mr Hall arose to
leuu bis last words as their rector.
Tbe scene was touching in the extreme,
it was with difficulty that Mr. Hall
spoke; it was no use to keep the tears
back longer; even the men wept. The
sweet words spoken will linger lout,
the song, "'As Trustful us a Little
Child," and the parting beucdictioti
were from overflowing? hearts and
The farewell sermon was preached
iu the evening. Th church could not
hold the people that poured iuto it.
Chairs were placed eveu up to the
chancel steps. The rear of the church
was so crowded that it was impossible
to find Beats and matiy were turned
away. Graoe church never saw suoli a
congregation before. "Let Every
Man Take Heed How He Buildeth,"
was the text of the sermon. The houe
built upon the sand and the one built
upon the rock. Too foundation rock
of a man's character and
then the founding of Grace church and
the building of the present uohle edi
fice. A short sketoh of its life, and
lastly, Mr. Hall's own rectorute was
referred to. The church and Sunday
school have grown wonderfully dnriug
Mr. Hall's eight years' ministration.
The growth of the Sunday school has
been the growth ot the church. From
an average attendance of 130 eight
years ago it has increased to 220, an 1
the past eight weeks has shown an av
erage attendance of over 230.
Mr, Hall conld not and would not
say farewell. He said that the only
separation would be in his official rela
tion. The last words were spoken in a
trembling voice, and the congregation
sang, "Bless Be the Tie That Binds."
No rector and his congregation ever
felt a parting more keenly than Mr.
Hall and his dearly loved flock.
FOREST CITY NEWS FLASHES.
Evatgeltst Harrie, of West Fltteton,
Preaohee Two Forotbl Sermons.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Forest City, Pa., Jan. 29. Evan
gelist K. N. Harris, of West Pittston,
preached two very forcible and inter
esting sermons iu the Vandling sohool
house Sunday morning and evening
In the evening the school house was
crowded, many from Forest City being
present. Mr. Quinn, of Providence,
offered prayer, after which Mr Har
ris chose for his text Acts, 15 chapter,
part of 30 and 31 verses Mr. Harris
made brief calls ou Forest City friends
A M. O'Donnell spent two or three
days last wsek in New York city.
William Jones, student at Wood's
business college, ticranton, spent Sun
day with bis parents in this borough.
A very large audience greeted Miss
Rodgers in the Methodist church yes
terday morning to listen to a temper
ancejaddress Miss Rodgers is an enter
taining speaker, and held the attention
of the audience upon this important
question. Her remarks were of good,
sound logic Miss Rodgers spoke at a
similar meeting in Carbondalu in the
The Delaware and Hudson company
at Vandling are idle today.
Land Agent Mr. McCormick, of the
Hillside, was in towu on busiuess to
day. A snow storm has been raging in this
place dnring tbe day, which will make
Miss Celia Lanning spent Sunday in
Susquehanna with her parents.
Bucklen'e Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cnts
Bruises, Stores, Ulcers, Salt Hhenm, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains,
Corns and ail Skin Eruption, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
i guaranteed to give perfect sal isf action
or money refunded. Price H5 cents per
box. For sale by Matthews Bros.
They Nominate Town Offlosra on Satur
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Peckvii.lk, Pa . Jan. 29, -The Re
publicans of the First ward held their
caucus at the office of S. W. Arnold
last Saturday evening. John I) Peck
was chairm in, and Ribsrt II Barnes
secretary. The following ticket was
Conncilmen, for three years, Wind
sor Foster; two years, James W.Suiilli ;
school directors, three years, J. I)
Peck; two years, Charles I), Keller;
judge of election, 8, M Rogers; in
spector, I). R. L tthrup; assistant asses
sors, O. P. Taylor and Wright Brown,
MISS HELLAR ENTERTAINS.
Twentv Little Ladleaof Factory vllle Are
Speeiiil to the Scrantcn Tribune.
Factohyviu.e, Pa,, Jan. 21). Miss
lilauche Heller, daughter of Dr. J. A
Heller, entertnined about twenty
"yonng ladies" last Friday afternoon,
it being her sixth birthday anniversary.
The deportment of the guests wer"
as dignifiitd and courteous as one could
wish in ladies much older. After par
taking of sumptuous refreshments the
guests departed at a seasonable hour,
wishing the little hostess many happy
returns of the day.
CARBONDALE AFFAIRS IN BRIEF.
Newsy Nuggete of Pereonal Intelligence
and Qaneral Notee.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Cardondalb, Pa., Jan. 29 Tomor
row evening will occur tbe last in the
series of socials which have been en
joyed by Professor McGrail's select
dancing class during tbe past four
months, and it will be held in the usual
place Odd Fellows' hall on Salem ave
An attempt at robbery was mado at
the home of John Copeland on Canaan
street at au early hour this morning,
but before the scamp had done any
damage ho was frightened away.
It was suppossd that on Sunday
evenitig last that R v T. E Jepson,
pastor of the Baptist tabernacle, had
preached the last in the serius of ser
mons on the oouvertious iu the new tes
tament, but he announced on Suuday
evening next he would close the ssries,
his theme for that sermon will be ' Al
most Converted." Four converts wero
baptised after the sermon on Suuday
A cottage prayer meeting will bo
held on Friday evening of this week at
the home of Mrs. Charles Lamraux,of
Eighth avenue and Archtiald street.
The regular monthly meeting of tbe
Cm-bond ile board of trade, was held iu
their rooms at the Munioioul building
Mrs. J. E. Lowsley, of High street,
called on friends in West Pittston to
Charles liartlian, or New iork eity,
was the guest of his friend, C. A,
Falka, of Salem avenue over Sunday.
NEWS NOTES FROM MOSCOW.
Points of Intereet In Reference to Well
Sjecial to the Scranton Tribune.
MOSCOW, Pa , Jan. 29 Mrs. and
Mrs. F. Clements attended the twi
light services at the Klin Parch church,
Scranton, on Saturday evening.
Professor John Raoe. of Wyoming
seminary, preached iu the Methodist
Episcopal church, Sunday evenlug.
C M. Bnd W. F. Van Tasel. of New
York, were the guests of their uncle,
W. F. Clements, over Sunday.
Mrs. William Hinds and daughter,
Grace, have returned from a two weeks'
visit with friends in Moosic.
Ed. Wardell took au involuntary
hath in the reservoir at Eluihurst, Sat
Rev. L. E. Brown, of Brooklyn, N Y,,
fame home tonight for a short visit
with his pursu's, Mr. and Mrs. W.
A party of young men drove from
here and attended the fair at Goulds -boro
Charles Cannon left last week for
Ada, O . to attend tbe Ohio College of
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Clements left
this morning for Avooa to attend the
wedding of Miss Mamie McK tue and
W. F. Vau Tasel.
Mr. and Mrs W. L. Van Brunt at
tended the tuneral of Mrs. Vau Brunt's
brother, Mr. Labar, at Gouldsboro Sat
urday. SOME JERMYN NOMINATIONS.
ExcslUnt Tiokets Named at the Becent
Special tu the Scranton Tribune.
Jermyn, Pa., Jau. 29. Owing to the
new law not being thoroughly under
stood, the Republicans were obliged to
bold a number of caucused before they
succeeded in properly nominating ofB
cers. They now have succeeded, and
tbe following excellent ticket is the re
sult: Burgess. John F. Nioholson; tax col
lector, E. A. Lano; justice of the peace,
William Jenkius ; constable, Herbert
Smith; auditor, Joseph Jay.
First ward, oouncil, Joseph Morco
neb; school director, A. Carter.
Second ward, council, H. D. Swick;
school director, Tiiomas Jay.
Third ward, council, George B Geo
hardt; school director, H. A. Willman.
In the First and Second wards, the
election of tbe above gentlemen is
assured; in the Third, with 200 Dem
ocrats and eleven Republicans, there
doss not seem to be very much hopj.
INTESTING LOCAL INSTITUTE.
Teaclme of Hay&eld, Jermyn, Scott and
Arcbbald to Meet.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Archbalo, P., Jan. 2(j. The teaoh
ers of Mayfiold, Jermyn, Scott and
Arcbbald will hold their regular
monthly institute at the last named
place on the forenoon of Saturday,
Feb, 3. The following programme has
Music, Professor R. II. Martin; "The
Ideal School," Miss Sarah O'Connor;
recitation, Miss Mary Duffy; "Form
and Color Lesson," MisR Mary lin
nan; "Aro Monthly Examinations Ad
visable?" Professor E D. Bovard; reci
tation, Miss Myrtle Price; "Primary
Work," Miss Katy Mullen; "Localisms
and Language," Professor R, N. Davis;
"Primary Geography," Miss Grace E.
County Superintendent J. C. Taylor
is expected to be present to address the
teachers. All interested in educational
matters are invited to attend and to
participate in the discussions.
WHERE BUTTONS ARE LOCATED.
Improvements Made bv tht Foetal Tele
graph Company at J.rmyn.
Sjtecial to the Scranton Tribune.
Jermyn, Pa., Jan 29. J. V. Boyle,
of the Scrnnton office of the Postal
Telegraph oomoany, repaired our fire
alarm system last week. The buttons
are now located as follows:
East Side, John McDermot's ; Scott
road, William H. Merritts; corner L
and Main, Mr, W. Ninholsou; corner
Msin and River, A. J. Gavins; corner
Main and Bacon, Dr. S. D. Davis;
Upper Main, Dr. M. J. Shields, Seootid
street, Borough building. Cut this out
it may bo useful iu cass of fire.
0 f A T H OF MRS. TUTH ILL.
An Eetlmable Feckville Lady the Vlotlm
of Typh ld Fevfr
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
I'kckvh.i.e, Pa., Jan. 29. Mrs.
James Tutbill, formerly Susie Lan
caster, die I at her home on Main etrert
last Sunday morning at 9 30 o'clock, of
typhoid fever, aged 27 years. She
leaves a husband and one child two
Funeral service will be held at the
Methodist Episcopal ohuroh Wednes
day morning at 10 o'olook. Service
will be conducted by the pastor, Rev.
I''. I'. Doty, Interment will be made
in I'rneiioc oeuiattry.
Beecham's pills arc foi
biliousness, bilious headache,
dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid
liver, dizziness, sick head
ache, bad taste in the mouth,
coated tongue, loss of appe
tite, sallow skin, when caused
by constipation ; and consti
pation is the most frequent
cause of all of them.
Hook free; pills 25c. At
drugstores, or write B.F.Allen
Co.,365 Canal St., New York.
They Will Appear In Drama for a Ohuroh
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Cakhondalg, Pa., Jan. 29 On Wed
nesday evening the comedy drama
entitled "Who Is to Win Him?" will
be presented in the Young Men's Asso
ciation hall, by local talent, under tbe
auspices of Trinity guild, of Trinity
Episcopal ohurch. The proceeds of
the entertainment will be devoted to
the building fuud of the church. To
day workmen were employed In put
ting up a temporary stage in tbe hall,
which will have three entrances, With
appropriate scenery, properties, etc.
The play Is well writton, full of lively
dialogue and a quick succession of
events that hold the interest of the
audience from beginning to end.
The cast will be as follows: Cyril
Dashwood, H. E. Foster; Prattle Prim
rose, W. L, Leouard; Squire Hrush
leigh, C. A. Kafka; Arabella, Amelia
Penchert; Sylvia, Ida Snyder; Muce
dore, Anna Barclay; Rose, Anna Moon ;
Minuetta, Sarah McComb. Hessler's
orchestra has been engaged to furnish
music for the occasion. After the per
formance supper will be served.
PICKED UP AT PECKVILLE.
The Movements of Prominent Beeidents.
Special to the Scranton IHoWSSi
PBOKVILLB, Pa., Jau. 29. Wash
Jermyn, who has been visiting with
friends In York state for the past four
weeks, returned home today.
Mrs. William Babcock, of Carbon -dale,
spout Sunday with frieuds iu
William J. Broad is visiting friends
in New York.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Coates, last Friiiay, a son.
All members of Washington Gump,
012, Patriotic Order Sons of America,
are requested to meet at their hall
Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock to at
tend the funeral or Mrs. J. P. Tutbill.
John Jayne and James Vivian, of
Nanticoke, spent Sunday with friends
Z, P, Traviss is confined to the house
MR. MUHRIN IS LUCKY.
He Securos the $100 Priz at the Fire
Special to the flcranton Tribune.
Camio.nuale, Pa., Jan., 20 Satur
day night occurred the drawing of the
$100 iu gold, it being the big prize
given by the Androw Mitchell fire
company at their fair. The fortunate
man was P. H. Murrin, of Riverstreet.
He held ticket N . 708. which cost
only 50 cents. The company rented
the upper floor of the Watt building
this evening, when they disposed of all
articles which were still in their pos
sesion. No admission was charged and
no attraction was had except that
which was afforded by the drawing of
several handsome and useful articles.
When the financial m titers of the
company are all settled up, their net
gain will bs about one thousand dollars.
FOR AN EASTER OFFERING.
Ladies of an Eplecopal Church Will
Make Novel Investments
Siwcial to the Scranton Tribune.
Jkhmyn, Pa., Jan. 2!) The ladies of
the Episcopal church 1) ive each been
presented with the sum of ,ri0 cents,
and a requost that thoy invest it to the
b"st advantage, and at the first meet
ing after Lent report how much they
have mado and how they did it.
The proceeds are for the benefit of
THEY'RE AFTER LOUIS.
The Taylor Polios Officers Upon the
Trail of a Fugitive
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Taylok, Pa.. Jau. 29. The police
officers aro on the lookout for Louis
Willmore. A warrant has been issued
for his arrest by Purges Harris.
Ho is wanted here on many charges,
among which are for his escape Satur
day from the office of the burgess.
Ojjin r Eugene. Chrlstltie
An Officer's Battle
He Might Have Lost But for
Row It Wat Given, ami the Inevitable
An officer eonnecled with the Tarony
Station house, Philadelphia, has had a se
vere battle with a monster, or a demon,
he hardly knows willed to rail it. We will
let him tell the story in his own words:
" I Want to Say a Word
about what Hood's Rnnaparllla did for me. I
was troubled the wont way with dyspepsia.
Why. I could noi rni nnrlhinu at breakfast
without distress, anil when 1 did msnago to eat
a little It would all eoma up again. I tried
almost everything 1 heard of to find relief, but
still I suffered. At last I was told juel haw
I frit anil what Hood's Sarsuparilla would do
for me hy an Idverttinaent Iu a paper, I de
cided to try the medldns, and reatllaeel nil the
brnrnt promiaril. II was what Uood'sSarsa
parllla actually did for ino that
Convinced mo of Its Morlt
I cannot praise It enough. I can oat heartily
now, altlioiiHh two months ago I did not know
what It was to keep anythtng on my Btomaeh.
Hood's : Cures
Besides being curod of dyspepsia, I have been
relieved of severe pslns In the kidney. I am
willing this SbOttM he Oled. to tell others how
lo be oufsd of dyspepsia. M OfMom Rvajufi
Chkistimk- Tacouy station House, Tacony,
Hooc'8 Pills ears n-jhm, sirk itnudaebe,
LuUfi'.ioc, IMIIunaueaa. Bold by all druudiUv
I lee al l saeaeeiAaa i.r!uanDUTruroii
DLUUU PUlaUll iuwtoud.p b.
I Wlnslo Re-n-
I eOy. uti.l.r Kaar.ntT, barkal ty ',,..' r.i aI.
e.il.' .t. .mi loo.paa i .k trow I
lltrmnipe.plmirl.r0bymall Whan Mutlprlnca I
and M.rrurafail, Our Mllulo Remedy "III I
poaiUvaly ' it., root KKeVni I'll.. Chkat.. III.
Dr. E. Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist,
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BUB 1 liyuiclaiib,uro uuw Lorinaliontly located
Temple Court Building
SI I SPRUCE ST.,
Wuuro thoy uiuy li i-oiMiltud IMILX AND
The Doctor In graduate ot the TTnivorsity
of riaineylvaalH, formerly demonstrator of
physiology and surgery at the Medloo-Chlr-nrgiesl
College, of Philadelphia. He Is also
an honorary n emlior of the Mt-dlno -Chirur-glcal
Association, and wag physician and
surgeon in chief of the moat noted American
and (lermau hospitals, comes highly Indorsed
hy toe leading professors of Philadelphia and
His many years of hosDltal experionoe on
shies this nminmit physician and eurgeon to
correctly diagnose mid treat all deformities
and diseases with the most flattering success,
and his i.i h stamina in the Ntute will uot
a.l w hhu to accept any Incurable case
l.llll 11 I Mlollll III -111111 II
WEAKNESS l rOUStl MEN CUKED.
If yon have noon given up ny your physi
cian cull upon the doctor and Is) cxaniinod.
Ho cures the worst caeusof Nervous liehility,
Hcrofula. Old Horoa. atarrh. Piles, Female
Weakness. Affoctione of tho Ear, Eye, Nona
and Throat. Asthma, Deafness, Tumors, Can
cere and Crirnlca of every desoriptloo. Con
ultallon In English and German Free, which
hall he considered sucrod and strictly confi
dential. Itffluo Roam OA.M. to O 1'. M. Daily.
Suuilny, t a to S p iu.
National Bank of Scranton
W. W. WATSON. Vice President
A. li. WILLIAMS, Cashier.
SAMt'Er. Hints, JAira BC" Everitart,
litviM; A. Finch, PlIROI B. Finley,
JoSKl'll J JhllMYM, SI h. KKMF.IIKR..
Cuas. P. UATTBBWS, John T. PulU'KB.
W. W. WAieOK
This hank invitos the patronage ot business
men and Urms generally.
Bank of Scranton.
Statement Dec. lit, 1893, railed for by
in Comptroller ot the Curl-unoy.
I.onns SI,5(!4,4T.t 40
Overdrafts 740. aa
I lilted states llonils 201), 110(1. 00
Other n. u 448,197.711
llauklni; House SH, 074,46
Premlumi out', s. Bonds,... 17.443.75
Doe from l . Treasurer 10,000.00
lluelrom Hanks 31,1 111! Oil
apltnl 8200.000 1)0
Undivided I'roflts 80,933 '.'!
Circulation 1 02, 000.00
Dividends I npald 881. SO
Deposits,' 1,799,858 no
Due to Uauks 88.(124.07
WIM.iam connki.t. President,
01:0. H, cati. in. Vlee-President,
WILLIAM H. PKI K, ( ashler
William Connell, Qeorere 11. Catlln,
Alfred II 11,. I Henry llrlln, r., James
Aichhalil, Willi, in T. - 1,, Luther
This hunk olTers to deposltere every
facility warranted hy their balances, bual
in kk and reennnslblllty,
si lal Attention given to bualnesa ac
counts. Interest eiibl on lime deposits.
Urge Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONNELL CO.
ni' .n it 8U0K fo., inc'p. r-apitei, $i,imio.doo.
BEST sii.no siioi: in thf would.
"A dollar leetd in u itnllar earned."
This Ladles' Solid French Doiiu-olnKlil niif
ton Hoot duiker, si fns, iinvwln re in Hie I'.S . 011
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Kilfial every way the htMili
tOH In all retail atnree for
B.80, We iniike tins iMsit
euraclvca, therefore we joinr-
nlfr the Jtt, style and irnir.
ni If Aliv'tnic U net HAtlalled
M will refund 111" un ncy
rernd another pair. Opera
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widths ', Pi K. B KK,
slims 1 to 8 and half
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Special termt to Vcattit.
Dexter Shoe Co.
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country who have splendid ability, but they have never beeii
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.
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SHORTHAND COURSE! n n TT7 A AT- Tl
F. E. WOOD, Proprietor.
' NEW YKAK OPENS JANUARY 1.
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.
(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.
UMBRELLA STANDS, EASELS, SCREENS, Sc.
KERR 4 SIEBECKER
CARPETS AND DRAPERY,
406 and 408 Lackawanna Avenue.
'No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OF
THE RIGHARDS LUMBER CO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
VXTlilLE many manufacturers and denlor-? am making extravagant Ftata
ments concerning the merits and durability of medium or low j;riJ
pianos, intending purchasers should not fail to examine tho famou
Illustrated book containing valuable information on pianos on application.
Days left of our Odds, Ends
and Remnant Sale, but still
a few choice things, maybe
just yoir selection, are here.
We Are House Furnishers
That statement will never
become threadbare; anil we
don't have simply a spatter
ing of everything only, but
a complete, comprehensive
stock of Furniture, Carpets,
Lace Curtains, Crockery,
Stoves, Baby Carriages, Re
frigerators, Lamps, Clocks,
Our Credit System
Allows you to pay for it at
your leisure in homeopathic