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TJITC SCRANTON TKIBTOE-WEDNESDAY MOTCNTNG. FEBRUARY 7. 1894.
Describes and contains the
Leading Fashions, Latest
Dress Materials, Stories, An
ecdotes, Humorous Illustra
tions. Valuable Information,
elevating and pleasing read
ing for the home. GIVEN
AWAY to those who call for
it at our store.
Was l is
Special attention is called
to our Extensive and Desir
able Lines of New Dress
Goods and Wash Silks.
There are many Novelties
and the variety of styies is
ecial Oithrlnj, S:'.hMdM and Other
F!aaTit E7anta TVrssly Recorded.
Special to the Oceanian Tribune.
Thkoop, Pa, fib. i;. (.iite a ro
mantic scan) occurred on oar strset
on Monday lsf. Two prominent youai?
ladies of Oiyp'iunt Irov druv into oar
town, bt'.nif oat for a cutter ride, when
their horse beeame unruly. The you-ig
ladies, rhronzii excitement, lost con
trol of tile bone ami woul 1 h:ive had I
runaway tut forth titnjly apperanc-
of one of our prominent rnn-tg mm
who took charge of the apirit.d hone
and drove the yonnij ladles safely home,
which added greatly to the pleasure of
one of the younx Udies. Johnny da
serv-s much credit for the bravery
manifested, bnt it is likely tliat bo will
be more than repaid if thin continue
as they are now.
Mrs. Cutler and yonn? daughter, of
Pittston, ar- visiting friendi in towa.
The street were ljft desolate on Sun
day eV'Tiin last, owin? to the cold
weather, tint on those occasions the
lads an'1 lafnis resort to the Kitchen.
The Baheior' club of this place is
about to disband.
Henry Lie and wife, of Providence,
pent Siindav evening in town.
Richard I'arf-ry is going to organize
a jflee clnb of young men. If tne young
m-n av-til themselves of the opportunity
they will soon reach to beintb of
A social gathering wjs hel l at the
new residence of Mr .fumas Phillips
Quite a nnmber of fnen Is were present
and enjoyed themselves to their hearts
Mr Charles underwent sn operation
on Friday last and is now on the road
The braker boys were tendered l
ileigh ride on Friday nigbl last by Su
perintendent C. D. .Sanderson of tne
raneoMl mine of this place.
LemOf) Fahringer is still on crntoh.
Miss Agnes Orn-r, of floranton. sp.iit
Sunday with her sisters, Mm Bilie
Orner and Mrs Wiiiiaro Liwyer, of
liny Tiik TRIBUNE for home newi
Four Rig Baoeesete,
Having the needed merit, to morn than
makn Kood aiithe advertising claimed fur
Ibam, the following f''iir remedies have
reacbed a phenomenal sale. )r King1!
New lscovnry tor Conso option, Cottebs
ami (olds, each hot tin una rBOteed Elec
tric liitters, the great, remedy for Liver,
Stomach and Kidneys. Bnekwn'i Arnica
Halve, the heat In the worlil, end )r.
King's New Life I 'ills, which are a perfect
pill. All these remedies are guaranteed to
9u jntt what la claimed forwent and the
denier whoio name is attached herewith
will be glad to tell you fflOTfl of tbern. Sold
byiluttlmws Hum', drug store.
COLLEGE SOCItrr ELECTION.
Students n K.yatona 'cadimy Choose
Offlcrs for h fhl Ma.
foeefalfo He flevejnfon fWAaNe;
FACTuKYVii.i.n, I'a , Fab (!. The Phi
Mil society held the first meoting of
the term on Friday evening. Feb. ii.
The following officers were elected:
For president, VV. W. Denison; vice
president, W. K. Thompson secretary,
K. J. Dunklee, re elected; treasurer, C.
E Wilson; critic, II L. Fassett, llbru
rain, W. J. Matthe n
The aocietv is In it flourishing condi
tion anil an entertainment in the form
af n mock trial will be given In the
Bucklen'a Arnloa Salve.
The beet salvo in tho world for Cuts
Bruises, Korea, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns mid ail Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or BO pay required. It
isBJaiiriiiiteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money r. funded. Price H5 cents per
box. For Bale by Matthews Bros.
Highest of all In Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
THE NEWS Of
out or town oorrespoQ tents or tub Tutu
ukb should sign their nsiuss In full to oaen
UtHVS lottl'l'. U.t for IHltllllMttOtl Hilt t ...1 I
sgainat deoeptlon , 1
OHuttars of Interest in Monroe' Mini
liutf Capital a Luge Deposit.
$p4citx to 'St SBrOBfOB inbuilt.
STROlTDSBUItu Pa., Feb. It The
King Daughter Circle of Muisi will
bold a Yankee supper with bidden
Utenn on Feb. in the evening, at the
honaa of George Ib-ake near Bnttar-
mnk Falls, for tht benefit of the Miusi
Union ohapaL Adtntaal n 10 Beats.
KaOli person i entitled to the benefit Ol
the ticket atter entering the house. If
it should he stortnv the supper will be
held Friday evening All are invited
to soma and enj y this supper
Several yeara ago the leading Inanr
ince ooupaulea combined In holding
no i stes and rating tOWm and oitiea
Stroa Isburg has never bean rated nnlil
When our people coin to renew their
inanranoa they will find a higher price
will have to be paid, ranging from lo
to '.'" per cent., and even more in lorn
iK'-s. Bast Slrondaburg is similarly
affected. It ia claimed thai insurance
0 inpaniaa have barely made expenses
for the 'i tat few ye irs.
The Bible olnaa under the instruction
of Rev, Mr Kemp had for their lesson
Suud iv morning the elevsnth chapter
of Jo, in. Bright, diligent pupils are
searching iu tneir ctiar.ieter. R-v.
Mr Remp'a mode of instruction and
his acqaalntanoe with the Borlptnra
enables him to m ike exercises of the
more interesting and instructive na
ture for a class of student.
l'herj was a large deposit made iu
the bai'k here the other day. it was
tne states appropriation to the Normal
so ool. at;d amounted to fij.lXli), widen
is one of the largest deposits ever put J
iu this bank at one time.
L'p at Wilkes-Birre and BorantOQ
the new railroad from Wilkes-Barre to
Strondaburg has been dubbed tne Pan
(her Creek line. Tne name will answer. ;
We were al way a compelled to refer the i
road as the new rud from Wilkes
Barre to Btrondabnrg because half of
the time we did not have thj correct
litleat band, and f ir fear of confusing it
with a oatnber of Othera in tliat direc
tion from Mauc'u Chnnk that are al
most similar, in title, the Panther
Cr-ek line will go. Bat hadn't we bet
ter drop the creek for tne s Mi of brev
OEATH OF MRS SPEICHER.
An igd and Kepctea Archbald Lady
Special to the Se untnn Tribune,
ArcubaLD, Pa., Feb. '. Mrs.f J-?orge
Speici.er.an ags l resi lent of Arcbbald,
d'.sd at tU9 residence of her daughter,
Mr-. F'-ter Miller, last Monday after
noon. Bgd 7o years. Mrs. Speicher
was well known for bar rainy lionpit
able qnaiitiaa and kindly disposition
Sue is the mother of Joha and Josepi,
Speicher. two well known merobantaol
Kankakee. III. ; Mux Speiclier, of Arcii
bald, a machinist and inventor: Jacob
Sp-icher, of Parsons; Peter Speicher.of
Jenny n; -Mrs 1'eter Miller, or Arch
baid, and Mrs. John FerglUOn, of O y
phant. The funeral will tak place on Wed
nesday morning. Tne rem inn wid b
conveyed to St. Tnomat' chnrcn at
10 30 and a high mass of requiem will
t Celebrated, Interment will bemad;
in Archbald Catnolic cemetery.
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MISS G ft t EN SURPRISED.
Numerous Frlr,di Extend Congratula
tions Up in Her ; Irthdav.
fifyfrinl to the Hrrriat'ii Ttibwtt
FaCTORTVILLI, Pa., Feb 0 -Abont
tw-nty relatives and friends of Miss
Nellie A fj'reen tendered her n birth
dar inrprise party Monday evening
The Company charred upon the "fort"
and took the enemy completely un
awares and deman led an unconditional
surrender A satisfactory compromise
was finally eff-cted hy the company,
proving that tOey were only friends in
disgniM, after which they were giv-' n
a cordial welcomo and the freedom o
T hey then proceeded to enjoy them
selves as only a u onpsny of jolly yonng
people can until "dinner time," wh-n
thr were a-rved witli refreslmients.
Tliey took their departure in the "wee
small" hours wishing the hostess many
inch happy returns of the day.
I ,:. u nod Indication
In their worst forms are enred by the
nso of P. P. P If you are debilitated "nd
inn down, or If yon need a touic to regain
flesh and lost appetite, strength end vigor
take P. P. P., nud you will he strong mid
healthy. J" or shuttered constitution! and
lost manhood p. P. I'. (Prickly Ash, Poke
Root and Potessiuini is the king of all
medicine, P. p. p. is the greateet blood
parlfleT in the world. For sain hy nil
WILL PRESENT A CANTATA.
A Htaaln Kntertulr.m oit to T)Uiveri
liy Rtrotidsburg Behool Popllk
gpsstol to tns Soraaton ?VI6ane
BTBOtTMBTJld), Pa.. Feb. S, lln Fri
day evening, Feb. 10, an entertainment,
will be given by 'the member! of th
Model school. It Is in the form of
modified Cantata and will be a very
pleasant affair presented in a Vary
pleasing manner, Those who attended
th one givnn last term nBVeaOQlf idea
of what the children in this department
are able to do in the wny of entertain
ment. The price of admission is 2 5 cents for
adult and l " Oantl for children.
PRICl BURG PENCILLINGS.
Interesting Bits of Nwa from the Orow
ii. ir nli nli of flrranton.
Wirriiil to the Scranton Tribune.
PUOgBORQ, Pa., Feb. 0 What
migiit have bnen a serious conflagra
tiou was happily averted on last Sun
day night by the prompt arrival of the
Eigle Hose company. A gentleman
driving through town gnvo the nlarm
and Storrt' engineer blew the whistle,
but quicker than it takes to tell it the
lire laddies were speeding down to the
scene of tho lire, which waa a r.ew
hotel in coarse of erection owned by l
F. (lallughor in Dickson The boys soon
got on u stream mil the lira was ex
1 1 tightened bi'foro much damage was
A I1 dander employed as footman in
Jeriuyn'e abaft met witfc a painful ao
ci. lent on Monday, Ha waa in the act
of pushing a car of coal on the car
riage, when tne engineai hoisted with
out receiving the usual signal, The
carriage ascended, taking tho poor fel
lOW along and wedging him up against
the roof, and nearly crushing the life
out of him He was removed to his
homo and is in ii cpilieal condition.
(leorge Waite, of LtendtlaU), called
mi friends iii town on Moll lay
.Miss Minnie Shafor, of Pittston, Is
visiting frienda on Ii issbank street
John Grilllgan, of M mi ativot, is
recovering from his rioent illness.
The Bcranton Colore I Qiartetta club
sang at St l hoin is I ur last Utgnl and
attracted a largo crowd
,1. It B ias, of Wil'ies Pure, ami
Mr. John Klward', of Caihondale, are
staying at the Central.
WAFTED f-KUM MONTROSE.
The sleigh Boiu Jintfia Merrily; Coming
Special to the .'l inn mi sVtoaae.
MONTROBRtPa,, Feb (i, An ducated
bear leading two It ill ms u'oim I town
w is tho attraction here on Mond iv.
Owners of fast horses are ihowlng
them oft to good advantage tbia line
A Stereoptioan exhibition of World's
fair vi.-ws is booked for Armory hall,
The concert given In the armory last
night by the Montrose band was largely
attended and enjoyed by nil. The
band is iu a II inrishlng conditio.!, and
discourses excellent music.
N. P. Ayera spent Sunday with
friends in I. ithrop.
Fred Herrick and wife of Forest
City, were gusts of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
lUrrick last week.
A special term of argument court
was held on Monday.
Rev Dr Hawkhttrat lectured In the
Methodist Episcop il church in Wav
erly, Pa., last night. Subject, "Four
1'houssnd Miles iu Eighty Minutes,"
M. E Iledden expects to tnke up his
residence in Carbondala about April l.
The sleighing is a til to b) unusually
tine on the country roads.
Cards are out announcing the m tr
riigeof Miss Gertrude, daughter of
Throop E. Cole, to E M. Blakeslee.
The happy event will occur Feb. 14
at .1 p in.
Miss Finny Read has been visiting
friends in Ctrboud ale.
KEYSTONE ACDEMY NOTES.
A B sume of the Hippmings of the
Hour at That Intititullon.
Special to the ScKttntOH TtlbUHt,
FaCTi iRTVILUB, Pa., Feb. (I W. M
Smith, of South Gibson, accompanied
ill room-mate, R B Jaynt,to his homo
in Mehoopany to ipend Saturday and
Misses Stella B liloy.Orace and Edith
Stone sp tot Sunday at their homes in
(.'. M. Tiffany, of Lucas ville, Wayne
county has returned to school after an
absence of one week.
Miss Blanche Shelly, of class '81,
spent Sunday with her "friend, Miei
Battle (iir lner, also of 01.
Miss Margaret Downing, a teacher nt
Wyoming, w is tne guest of her brother,
H. C. Downing, from Saturday till
An excellent drill to the classes In
physical culture was given by Miss
Connor on Monday last, w io, owing to
sickness, failed to appear last week
Although tiie stu l"iits are sadly dis
appointed with the arrival of the re
cent snow, Which is a barrier to the
excellent iport of skating which ii af
forded by th" gentle flawing Nokomla
in the rear of the campus they are not
wholly cut oil from enjoyment On
Friday and Saturday evenings the
merry shouts an I jingling b.-lls gave
evidence tliat llelghlug partial all'ordod
an enjoyable pastime.
B, B. DORfRV, mate of stenmor Arizona,
had Ins fool badly j iiniuod. Tliomns' Kc
leotric Oil euro i. Nothing equal to 1 1 fur
a quick pain reliever.
CULLED Af CARBONDALE.
Topics of Oannral Ititaia-t Bp the Val
iv Dleeussed Bit fly
'ferial tit the S innt"H I'tt'ntne.
CARBOHDAtil, Pa, Feb. (i I ho msr
i a,' of Miss Mary L, Barrett, of
Canaan street nnd John llig.-ina, of
fJordon avenii. occurred at 0 o'clock
this evening The ceremony was par
formal in St, Roae of Llmaqhurob,
Dr. John Hamlin, n veterinary sur
geon of Washington, D C, was in
this city yesterday with the view of lo
citing her. Mr. Hamlin is very skill
ful in bis lln of surgery
B. J. Muxie, of Cot st City, made a
brief call on Carbon lulu friends lust
Miss Bva Whitney, of BuiqQehtnna,
who has b en the guest of berCOUltn,
Miss Lliile Amraerman, of Capaa'i
street, during the past two weeks, will
Ii aye on 'I hursday for Forest City.
The section of the tEpwortli league
under the dirnction of Miss i,;in Am
merman nro preparing a very unlflUO
entertainment to be given on Mav M
They urn anticipating a sueces,ful
event and hope to add a neat sum lo
the leaguers' I nn I,
For Severe, Ungeiina Doughs, Weak
Bungs, Beading from bungs, Bronchitis,
Asthma, nnd Consumption, in lie early
Kbit's, Br. Pieroe's Golden Kadlaal Dlsoov-
erv is ii sovereign remedy. It. not only
cure the oougS but also builds up the
strength and heeb of those reduced l'low
u bauthy standard by "Wasting Diseases,1'
Win not make fat fuiiis mora corpulent
B, ft Wiia v, of Ihr
t'lilrr, I'nnrcirn c,
II je, writes: " I limi
bmnoliltis lor twenty
yean and over, and i
Could not work with
out eoiiurhhig SO hard us
to lake nil my stri'inrtli
HWny. I took live bot
tles of Mr. Pierce's
Gulden Mi dli'iil Discov
ery, and give yOU my
Word nuil honor Unit
1 run do any work that
there Is to do on my
ranch ' wit bom cough
ing, I have not taken
liny of tlin 'Gulden
Medical Discovery ' for
A Bmliet of Newsy N' ' from Wjc
ming's lively T i "n.
Speeial to the Srrnntoil T-''hnne.
Fac oBYVii.lk. Pa.. Feb. M
Corini, Wilson is unite Berio h ' 11
With he,, trouble.
We are j, d to iiunounce that Dr. A
B. Fitch, wbi lias been sick the pas
fortnight, is nn, oving.
The congreirnii u of the Methodist
BpilOOpal OhUrou I bolding siieclnl
meetings this week. I the absence of
the pastor, It v J. It gel, of Dal
ton, took Charge of Hi lu cling Mon
day evening, nnd Ruv. S II, Water
bury, of Nlcholaon, is expw ted o take
charge i i.i , uvoning.
The meetings of lh lliptlst churc
bae been ditoontlnuid with the ox
Ceptiona of Tuesday and Thursdi
Many young people, and sume tlia
have passed the "two score and ii
milestone, "are nightly enjoying the Ii
sleighing in tin vicinity Tunkhai
nock, Wavarlv nnd Mill Oily seem i
hold the greatest attraction for slelgi
Ing parties, although many loads go I
Tim Women's Christian Tamperano
union will hold a parlor meeting nex
Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs
Charles Knapp Suppsf will be serve
to the members ami eaoh member hn
the privilege of inviting a frien 1.
QeorgS Spragu- has sold his bona
and lot iu "WMt Bad'' to James Smith
Mr. Bmith takes possession on Apill I
Mr Spragna will buy or build anotbei
bottle in tho near future,
Crlt'claing a 7oung I.ady.
"She would be a pretty girl lor but one
'What's that:'' naked Charley,
i leorge Her face is always covered with
purple and rod blotches.
Charley Oh, that's eaaily enough dl
posed of. Used to be the same way my
heir, bnt I caught on to the trouble one
day, and got rid of it in no time.
Qeorgi What was ltd
i barley Bimplv blood eruptloni. Took
a short cuurse of P, P. P, ! tell you.it'
I he boss blood corrector. The governor
bad rheumatiam so bad that yoneould
bear blm holler clear across the country
every time he moved. He tried it, and
you know what an athletic old sent he is
now If somebody would i;iy .Miss Daisy
n pointer, she would thank Ilium after
wards. All the drug stores aell it
IN HANDSOM e HONES PALE.
Brief Itesum of Perao ial KovemSnts
and Sod ti Events,
Special to the Scranton Tribune,
HOKKSDALB, Pa,, Feb, U. -Mils Liz
zie Bentley acted as maid of honor al
the marriage of Miss Mabel Door at
Port Jervia to lay
An enjoyable lubaoription hop last
evening closed the fashionable dancing
season of Honeadale,
Mrs T. Hebert and son. Marry, are
vinting Mrs lleborl's sister, Mrs. Luc
steveiiH, of Wilkea-Barra
Hones lain narties v.- i . v,- ! in.
Vitationa to a fanoy dress carnival to
De given hy the Social club of Hawley,
Tuesday evening Feb 30.
The twenty-Brat anniversary of the
Honeadale Liedorkranc wai celebrated
last evening by a masked ball. Music
was furnished by Metzgar's orchestra,
and its excellency nrove I rlattirht to
the dancers. A party of maiqueraderi
imiiauug a iieriuau uati'l paraded the
streets and furnished music much to
tho delight of many small urchins
The music would have been excellent
hut each player tuted a different, tune.
An enjoyable evening was passed
Fred Thomas, llenrv Klier and John
Loescher, jr., constituted the roception
committee, and Leonard Sadder, Ju
lius Bnssa and Henrv Hardairan th
11 )or committee.
Tin: Rev. William Stout. Wisrton fast
states: After being ineffectually treateu
by seventeen different doctors for Bcrof
lllll Stilt till, ltd fllaellue 1 l-nu ,i,ril l.tv II,, a
d"Ck Blood Hitters. Write him for proof.
A lively Social Oa-herlng at the R-!si-
denca el J D. LI iyd
Special to th'1 flerxmtoa IVtoane.
PrIOBBURO. l'a. Feb (!. A reaanttan
was held at the home of J. D Lloyd
last Saturday evening Scranton's
best society was represented. A splon-
tld repast was served in the ar'o Imu.
qnt hall to which everyone did justice
Sonk-s and other iiiiillseineuts were
afterward indulged iu until a i-i.
able hour, when all departed, thank
ing .1. l tor ins hospitality.
officer Eugene ChrUHttt
An Offlciir's Battle
Ho WJitfht Havo Lorjt Dut for
Ifoui it iv a Qlvtm, and the fnevi table
All olbccr I ullli Ho. Tluiiaa
Station house, Philadelphia, has bad a se
vere battle with a monster, or a demon
lie I ii IK llllioiu ulileli I ill II 11 ., ,. Ill
let bJm tell the itory In his own words:
"I Wnnt to Say n Word
shout what Reod'i Bartapsrllla did for me. i
was troubled the worst way with dyspepsia.
Why. I seals) ataaiaaythlaig at breakfast
without distress, ami when i ini ntaaagi to eat
a iiitia it would all come ui again, i tiled
almost avsrythlni i heard ol to ibid relief, but
sun 1 1 offered, At lasi i was told Joel htm
I fell nnd what Mood s Saiaapaillla would do
for me hy an advertDemeul In apaier. I de
rided o try the madlolne, and rcalieH nil ihr
... iii ,......,- a ii w;n W,ut Hood's Hursa
parlllaautually iliil for urn that
Convlncod me of Its Morlt
I esiniut praise It anoUgb. I can eat heartily
BOW, although two iiioiilln nito I did not know
what It was to lump anything on my stomach.
Hood's s i Cures
Batldai being cured ol dyipapala, i have been
relieved of severe pains In the kidneys. I am
willing this should ho used lo tell othrn how
tube cared of dyspepnu." orritiaa Bvojuta
Ciiuistinr, Xacony Stalleu House. Taeony
HOOD'S PlLLB ears Na-wa, Kick llaadaabs,
laal(vaU;u. llUiuuueaa. bvul bj all druggUUk
MOTHERS! MOTHERS !!
To know that a single applica
tion of the Cuticura Remedies, will
afford instant relief, permit rest
iml sleep, and point lo a speedy
find economical cure of torturing,
disfiguring, itching, burningand
scaly humors, and not to use
them without a moment's delay
Is to fail in your duty. Cures
made in childhood are speedy,
economical and permanent.
Bold throughout the world. Porrla Iiih-uand
Ciibn. Cune., sole pro tore, Boston, nn "All
Bar Facial Blemishes, falling hli sndsbnpls
luijy rssbi s prevenli d by Uullenra Boap.
j-. If tired, aching, nervous moth.
OTyra knea the comfort, strangtb, and
l v '" ''"""l,H Plaators, they
I fjj would never he without them, in
rf . every a ay uw purest, sweetaat and
iu:ui ui plasters.
Dr. El. Grewer
Hie Philadelphia ppciaiist.
Ami lev nnlMln.1 .... . . r ... '.
man 1 lijbicimm.aro uow ponnanenttr located
Temple Court Building
.11 1 SIMM : ST
Where they may be consulted DAILY. AXD
I lie Doefr.r la . ... - . .
, . , . ai"iim oi tin university
cf 1 ennaylvan a, formorly demonat-ator of
VrlT "i-v,i""' H'r;-r' at the lleddeo-Chlr-iirificai
College, of Philadelphia, Ue Is also
an noiiorary i. ember of tho Medico ( hirur-
sure-eon h.-cV, r ? ST1 .""7 .."'T,ao..,Hnu
------ .a i jiui.wi American
f.v it 1 '0"",!, highly lndursa.1
Kew York ruiauaipau ana
Hi" many years of hosmtal npenenee en
Mea this eminent physleiaa snd Burgeon to
rorreetly diagnose and treat all det,.rm:tei
Silo IOH.I1HAU . . - I Ihn
1 l-l V I t t.e.1 iibi li-i iuk iii-i oni,
and (us liU-h aUnding in the atat' will nut
i .1111 .11' eill HT,V , , n-.i
LOMI MAMMOOII KETOUI Ii
Ml I KM in Vol s,, arlKN CURED
if von I, .-, v.. . . h - ... ,
I -111 H.i.-'. ,l. ej JIMir IillVhl
cian call upon the dis-tor nnd la? i-xammed.
I e cures lli.i u.,rut A V- n,
IVrofula, Hid Son i atarrh, l'llea. Keniala
n.-Haiiess. Aliectl'itia nt tne Knr. Kve N so
and 'I lir,, Aull ,n Tv.nr..Aa- T.. ! ' r
... ... ,T.iir-,., i uiuora. v an-
rets and iTieiiloa of every description. O.n
i.iiniii.u in r.iu-usu ami Merman rrec, wtnrti
hall lie consnlored mcred ami ttrietly- court
denual Hill. III, Ml. II l Al I i II I M
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fsiltidlly, O ii. in, o v p i,,.
I 1 1 1
National Bank of Scranton
i ItOANIZKD Uta
t-AMt'KI, IIINI's,i,i aident.
V!JV4.3AT.80N, Vic- President.
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WILLIAM B, i i i K, i ashler
yiiuiim Connell, fl -ue 11. Catlln,
Aiiieii ii in, i Henrs, Belut, James
Aielihald, Willi, in T, Imlth, l.illlisr
This linnk offers lo depoallors every
faellltv in nuil. d hv llielr linlanepa, busi
ness ami responsibility,
-(e iiii altentlon given to liuslneaa ao
ooantSi liitereat paid on time deposits.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY
There are hundreda of yonng men and young women in tbii
eountry who have splendid ability, but they havo never 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 BNULlHH COURSE
SHORTHAND COURSE n t, ,,
F. E. WOOD, Proprietor.
KEW YEAR OPENS JANUARY I.
Combination Gnat and Sheepskin Rues
rine Angora Wool, all sixes.
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 MAT3, 50c. each. These are bargains.
COCOA MATS (all sizes), for out-door use, 50c.
UMBRELLA STANDS, EASELS, SCREENS, 4c.
KERR & SIEBECKER
CARPETS A.NU DRAPERY,
406 and 408 Lackawanna Avenue.
"No star was ever lost we ones have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OF
THE RICHARDS LUMBER CO
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
many manufacturers and ae.-ili-ra are making extravagant stats
mama oonoerning the uit-rits ainl durability of medium or low jj.-j
ptanoa, iuttuJius purchased bbouid not (ail tu examine the lauious
Illustrated book containing valuable information on pianos on application
Days left of our OJds, Ends
and Remnant Sale, but still
a few choice things, maybe
just your selection, arc here.
We Are House Furnishers
That statement will never
become threadbare; and we
don't have simply a spatter
ing of every thing only, but
a complete, comprehensive
stock of Furniture, Carpets,
Lace Curtains, Crockery.
Stoves, Baby Carriages, Ke
frigerators, Lamp';, Clocks,
Our Credit System
Allows you to pay for it at
your leisure in homeopathic
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