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TITE SCKANTO-N" TRIBUNE MONDAY MOItNTffG. I'EBTITTAHY 12. 1894.
Short breath, jialpita
tion, Wdk and sore
llu!i, pleurisy, roughs,
I col. Is, MUuni aiul bron
chitis relieved in One
MlNUTI liy the COTI"
ctra Anti-Paix PlASTO, the first and
only instantaneous pain-killing plaster.
FoC weak, painful kidneys, luck ache,
uterine paint ami weakness, it is sitnj ly
WondcrfuL It vitalizes the nervous forces,
end hence cures nervous paint and mus
cular weakness when all others fail.
Flioti w. five, $1 At .ill dtutjtjttt si hy
null, l'o n itu Dki'c AND Cum, Com, IWou.
Wo tire almost daily in receipt
of F-arly Spring Dress Textures.
These early arrivals mostly N
eltiesaud Mixed Baitings are of
the very newest and latest, in
Mixed Cheviot Suitings,
Striped Cheviot Suitings,
Checked Casimir Suitings
THE NEWS OF
font of town correspondents ofTUR Tiun
ujnithonldaltn tUi.lr irnmos m full to eioti
uow-a letter, not tor pnMlotUot uut to ntN
lfltllll deception. I
China and Japan
PRINTED : SILKS
We have tiw on sale an as
sortment of beautiful designs
and exquisite combinations
Spring and Summer Dresses.
The result of careful selections
and designs that are eon
trolled exclusively by us for
this city, at priees which we
are sure will command atten
Voit will find our line of Ho
siery, Gloves ami Underwear
complete as usual.
We are offering some very choice
things in Misses" and Children's
Hosiery at very attractive priees.
MONTROSE At BUJGdr.
Harv-?t'in let A Schsms In th Inttr-
est of Olid Music.
Fperint to th Scrnntirti Tribune
Montrosb, P. Feb. 11. -The eiliSSU ;
committee appointed t the bind con
cert last week ws at follows A H,
McCollnm. A. R Smith, jr., and Pro
fessor B. E. James and not John H.
Coartrlfbt as pretlonely reported. It
it the wish of tne eitizens that the ex
cllnt musical 'ors?anizition miy con
tinne to pionper under the Uaderthi,i
of Professor Hawlr, but to this en I
fonds must he rained to meet their
ohligationt. Tr.e proptr pertom hav
certainly been named to make the or
ganization a mtesis, aa they ar hau
ler. Dr. Hawkhnrst returned from New
York on Friday evening
Whitney, the Heart Like iceman. h i
an order for 120) raj load of ice. Each
car carrift twenty tont. A (fang- of
men are at work night and dsy.
Sidney Jtnckea lias pnrconted an in
ternet in Mc. 'an stands drntf store.
J. L. Ilolley, a practital plnmtntr,
expecta to go into busints for himself
in the spring.
M S. Desmner and wife am the
enoett of their daughter Mrt. J-icob
Koch at Akron, 0.
Mrt. (i W. Hiker returned from
Cirbondale on Sitnrday,
The mule membera of the Pretbyter
Ian chnrch held service at the connty
jail today. There are at preaent twelve
prisoners confined trier.
Mhh. m. SoHAsnnoia, Beaver Dan.
Wia., writes: "We have tiied Dr. Thorn aa'
Electric till In our family for Cooe'bs,
Ooldt) Orqap ami Rheumatism. It cares
BROOKLYN oil fields.
A Company of Nw York Capitalist Will
K)cial to the firronton IWetNM
MOtmOSfl, Pa., fab, II.- It ueetnt
that th oil talk at lirookly a, Pa., bat
not yet been Stopped, notwithstanding
the nlurt from several news aper cor
respondents. It ia reported that a coin
puny hat been formed in New York,
with a capital of $8,000, for the purpose
of drilling for oil.
People in thia taction ore greatly
encouraged by the newt, and the oil
fever will take 11 freeh start ia the
Those who have used Dr. King's New
Discovery know its value, and those who
have not, have now the opportunity to try
It Free, (.'all on the advertised Druggist
anil got a Trial Rot tie, Free. Hend your
name and address to II. E. Hucklen & Co.
Chicago, and get a Bample box of Dr.
King's New Ufa Pills, Free, aa well as a
copy of Quido to Health ami Household
Instructor, Free. All of which ia guaran
teed to do you good and cost you nothing.
lUtthtWl Uros. Drugstore.
FILTERED AT FOREST CITY.
An Intereitinir Baton of dntansetl
New from n Live Rspirtar.
Speotai fo tat Scroti ton IWfreaa
Forks r ClTY, Pa,. Fob. 11 After
tlio snow storm n little moist.
Boroagh sleotioa one week from
KlUiug ice houses it tho order of the
w D Owens bus been tick the past
Miss .Mary Walker, of t'arbondale, is
the gueat or her brother, Jamea .1
Wslker, on Ddtwirn stroet
liev .1 ('. llogan occupied the pul
pit of the Asbury Methodist Kpitt'op il
ohnrob, Beraatoa, today.
. Rev (). A Cure, pistor of th- A-
bniw ebnroh, U ooonorlaf th. Forest
t'itv Methodist Bpltoopal church pul
Mitt Charlotte tide returned to h-r
home in C irb iudil tod it after having
spent tho week pleasantly in tint place
s the guest of aflat Flo Allen.
Bntohw L A K-ltz'a teaui took n
little liberty today and started for a
run, but ware oaugbt after having
atik'titly diaflgnred the fore rnnner, For-
eet City butchers are 0 llnoky, as tine
m ikes the third runaway of different
t'u ehers' eqalnai this winter
Action In regard to the granting of
the Foreet City and Carbondala fran
chise w is postponed last evening natll
the regal ir meeting night.
John UcLaughliu was ia Jermyn
Joseph C Lappena, a stulent of Ray
ttone aoadonty at Faotoryvllla, is run
Ing hi parents, Kev. and Mr-. D P.
LappsUt, for a few d ivs. Joe will re
turn to his tohool llntl 's M on lav
Mitt Leua Reynolds u oonvaltsing
f on n attack of la grippe,
his top rted thita boxing contest
of au unlimited nntnberof rounds will
eouo take place between two local
snorts of thi plaes before the O ytu
pbia elub. Tne referee aud bottle
bolder have been ohottn
M l B vans is sptndtng 8unday with
Ins family at Soranton. Mr. Evatit
will toon iu 'v-. hn family to this puce.
L. L Bradley, tormrly of Basque
haiiua, has started a jewelrv store in
the Aden block Mr. Bradley it a
gra.'uite of the Waltbam, Mass., horo
!?ome of the names rem lining on en
velope at the Forest City pottofflu
;or the month of Jaumry are: Aagelo
Michael Benguare, K stanty Cioor
rOWtky, Joseph Kusletowiz. Pelaos
Simavasny, Witenty Wiecsorek, Josepn
Yotxocaewies and many mji uupro
llis Nora and Ella Mnlbolland, of
Jermyn, are visiting their sitter, Mrs
C E. Taylor.
Rev. J" J. lleslv, of Pletsant Mount,
spent the day pleasant y with Kev.
J J. Coroner, pajtor of St, Agues'
The following registered at the For
est House, J H. Cunningham, propne
tor, yesterdiy: Frank W. Miller,
Wilkes-Barre; H. L. Trowbridge,
Binghamton, X V.. M. Kellam, Biag
hamton, N. Y. ; Samul Verderver,
Wilketbarre; C.J. Metzger, rtcrsnton;
O. S. Dunn, Jermyn; J. A. Howell,
Montrose; H. W. La Deer, Syracuse,
FESTIVITIES AT M00SIC.
A Large Party Oiv-n ia Uoaor of H. L.
Sperinl to the Scmnton Tribune.
MooaiO, Pa , Feb. 11 A pink social
was given Friday evening at the resi
dence of Mr. an 1 Mrs L D, Warner
in honor of the twenty-first anniver
sary of the birth of their ton, H L
Warner. A large number of invita
tion! itsued ny ttiera were tne m 'tns of
calling together a Urge number of his
young friends from Scranton, Avoci
and Penobscot an 1 this place so halp
celebrate the occasion.
Ail were determined to make the oc
casion one not toon to bt forgotten.
AtS o'clock the party began to fill the
spacious parlors, and in a snort while
after all was merriment and gl'e. The
sweet strains of tne piano, which was
played by Miss Rotl Warner, and the
voices of thote present echoed in har
mony aa they sing familiar airs.
After the usual friendly greetings
were exchanged between Iloni'ir and
bit friends, the guetts wsre entertained
in an inform il way amd in a manner
which is familiar to all thott who have
before enjoyed their hospitality. Their
recent fnn teemed togive them bracing
appetifs, and tnoy wer able to do j-u
tice to one of tho fiiest of tnppert,
wnich was serve I at 13 o'clock. After
all had partaken of the refreshments,
gam-s and d incing were resume I ami
kept Up till the small hours of morn
ing. Tne party left much pleased with
their evening's enjoyment.
Those present wre the Misss Annie
and Agnes .Vichols, Agnes McDonald,
Emma Mosteller, and the Misses (Jraco
and Bella Dottd, (iraoe and Annie It.ise,
and M if tie Wiiliains, of Soranton;
Annie Kirk and Littie Jobottoa, and
Lottie liean, of Penobtnot, Lizzie Buz
z ird, L'.zie UeHue.Llatis UnMortrle,
B-ssie Binds, Blanch" and Etta Tre
Kella, Marnmin lloCrtndle, of Avoca;
Minnie Green, Bertha Russell, Miry
Qambell, Ella Levari and Arohit Dya
mood, William Frost,J ones T Brown,
Henry Kirk, Thomas Buldllfft, Eldie
Johnslon and William I'litinie, of
Penobseotj William Otlbraltb. Walter
and Harry Hind', Ambrose AH"mtis,
John (irxen, B-rt L-iwis, Alonz Ellis,
ALL ABOUT ARCHBALD.
Ir.tTsa'leir Nws N' t Oa'lmrsi by
Our Hp elal CorrespOndSBl
Fprrlal to thr Srrontott Irihon.
ARCHBALD, Pa,. Feb. 11 lh Mines
Pace, Of Uteefl Ridge, visited Mr and
Mrs. Michael Walsh last week
Lust Friday loirglnrs entered the
building near the Ontario and Wsstern
depot occupied by Patrick Loftus, and
took nearly everything ol value in the
plno. Mr. Loftus whs absent at the
time the burglary was c.ominilted. and
there is no clue to the identity of the
Jamea P. Kearney, of Church ttreot,
is building a handtoine dwelling on
Mrs James II. Jo'dnn, of Hcrnnton,
visited friends In town last Saturday,
Martin J. Swift, manager of th
Scranton base ball id ab, was in Phila
delphia and N'.'w Vork last week on
tiueinees relating to the club.
The only tvidenoeof the appronnhing
polltioal struggle aiiparent so far. are
the numerous handsnakiiigs seen on the
streets and the campaign cigars that
fill the air with their pungent aromt,
A great deal of quiet work is being
done, however, and the popularity of
both tickets rondors tho result doubtful.
An Important Naws Lstter From Mon
roe' Enterprising Ciipital.
Bptrfai to the tvraitttm Tribune.
. STROOOSBOaO, Pa., Feb 11. Miss
Bmma Q Altmoso, ot Bronheadtville,
will marry Q E Hill on Valentine
Ex-Representative John A. Ktpp,
whII known in Pike county politics,
mis aooepted a position as talesman
with the Eist Strondsbnrg Wooden
Fiber company, Eipp evidently thinks
there ia more, money In busioess than
At n mailing of tho Btroudaburg
El etric Light company the following
officers were elected President, Dr, J,
P. Mutchler; secretin-, Charlee Bell)
directors, Theodort Y. Hoffman ami
John f r. trtbolomew,
The Young Men's Social league,
whose membership oontaini meet nil of
the prominent you ig men of the i iwo,
have elected the following officers
Caarlee Bell, president J. 0. Ben.
singer, first vice president; B. I''.
Morev, second vice president. W. W
Flint, MOretarj; . L J, Brown, treas
urer. A banquet, is down fur March.
In the death ot John SlIlwOOU tblt
vicinity loses a valuable agent of the
Society for Prevention of Crutdty to
Animals Ho fought alone the battle
ior a proper consideration of the dumb
beast, and it will be hard to liud his
The new normal has now u lint elms
reading room in operation. Six d lilies,
tmong them the BOSAMTOM Tuhuink,
four weeklies, betides many strictly
tduoational papers and magazines
irlucli include the North American
It view. Forum, Review of Reviews,
in i the Century, Students arenrlvi
leged oulaide of study hour to visit the
At a meeting ot the Shakespearean
Society Normal, the following officers
Were elected) H A Jackson, presi dent;
John Mil Jill, vice president;
MisaPlynn, recording secretary; Mia-
Mamie K lie, corresponding secretary;
El ward Qoldea, Dnanoial secretary,
Professor Park.critic , Professor K -nip.
The model school of the normal will
bold aa entertainment on Feb ui Va
in the direction of Mrs Limb, the
obil Iron are bavin.' exceptionally ad
JERMYN NEWS NOTES.
An KuttrtainiiiK Oorr-.sp miltnt's Biord
of Paiuir Evsnts.
StotHel fo fat fibril a f on ZWouae.
JBRMYM, Pa., Feb. It. J. H. Solo
mou lias moved into the Patterson
building corner M tin and A streets.
Mrt. Thomas Bray, of South Uain
erect, is suffering from an attack of
The tea bntinets of the late George
Bsstlaks will, in the future, bo con
o.ucted by Mrs Eistlake.
V . C. Nicholson, formerly with
Wright, Dpew & Co., has aooepted a
position with 1). W. Burr & Co. at
s il siuin.
As soon At the frost will permit
ground will be broken for the now
school budding which will be modeled
after the one at Blakely. It will be
hated by the Sinea 1 system. Con
tracts were signed with ihe company
Iset Friday It it to be the most per
fect schooi building in the valley.
Tne inturance on the school build
ing has been increased to $11,000.
Saturday Mr. Bailey, of Carbondale,
called on town friends.
Mrt. Thomas J. Williams, of Third
street is serioutly ill.
J. D. Wall, of Starrucca, tpent Sun
day in town.
Jsmet Nicholson, tr. who has been
confined to the houte nearly a month
with grip, ventured out Saturday for
the first time.
Night school closed Friday.
Tiiere will be a juvenile branch of
the Evening Star lodge. No. 65, Amor
icin Protestant association, instituted
Feb. IT at Old Fellows' ball.
All Kepnblicafts are invitsd to Enter
prite hall this evening to join the He
The young men who wprs arrested
for abusing Liveryman Woodmancy's
florae, tettled tin matter by paying him
the turn of $1M.
Eyirpta and Indigestion
In their worst forms ure cured by the
nse of P. P. P. If you are debilitated and
run down, or If you need a tonic to regain
Mesh and lost appetite, strength and vigor,
take p, I'. I'., anil you will be strong and
healthy. For shattered constitutions and
lost manhood P. P. P. (I'rickly Ash, Poke
Hoot and Potassium) is the king of all
medicines, P. P. P. is the greatest blood
purifier In the world. For sale by nil
A PLEASANT SURPRISE.
Edward Tnylorls Happily Honored Upon
Hie Twentieth Wrthday.
F-1rcolt to tlr Sciae ICS! Trilotnr.
FORM City, Pa., Feb II A sur
prise party was tendered Edward Tay
lor, the popular dispenser, on Friday
evening, the event bung in honor of
his twentieth birthday A very enjoy
able time wat had, and tinmen u
gamet were played, A young lady and
gentleman had a vary spirited tjisCUl
linn in regaid to the Wilton Pill The
voting lady, presenting the negative
side, won Refreshment! wers served
during the evening.
Among those present were Mr and
riiMULK, THIS, ANh DKLICATK
women find that Doctor
U Pierce's Favorite Pre
go scrlptlon builds up their
I 0- stienKih. 'Hie makers take
Jeff m. ) "" " "' 'Iiiii; h "i
JRW ft ' '"' I1 il doe' II I I telle
wf.l'rrf "r cure, In the case of
every nftlicleil woman.
Nervous or Oeneral i'v
they'll return her money.
billty, Dizziness, Fninl
ness, I' 1 i in. ,i , Inter
nal I iil1iiiriiriritir.il nnd III
ration. I ilunn
Pains, nnd nil womanly wenkni'sHes or ol
inenls urn rmrd by the " 1'ieu ription ."
Aiiito flfawsBfj La,
Da. R. v, PibSobi DeorSw Hrwlfetuf-
fen il Irnm Isei nitlon of the wmnli iinil Inllsin-
maUon she wus ooinpletelf had rtddso mid
llnurreil tboUl one year nt denlh's tkhV. Cc
i nl Spplll nllons were given her tad 1 1 r . I'ierci 's
Kavmlte Prescription ; she urH'luiillv retrained
Strrinrth atel OODtlnUM to do so until she re.
covend I nm convinced that tiny esse of
Womb disease enn Ik' certainly nnd peiitia-
uenuy cureii ny mo use or your reineiiien.
Agt. Hoiitbern Kxp. t'o.
The new offer
made to Tribune
readers on pae 7.
It is the best
one yet made
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Mrs. W. H. Bnlter, Miss McAvoy. of
Derrick; Dr. and Mrs C. E Taylor.
Miss McAndrSWS, of Forest City; and
Alei Brydsn, of vandling, A nnmber
of from Oarbondals were present
AT WAVNE'S CAPITAL.
Brier Ktuord or Passlosj Bvsnts in th
SpttUtl to th SoreafoS IVfbaaei
II.' .1 i-m 1 I I. II - Tin, vioini
people of the Presbyterian obnroh gavt
an eiiieriaiiinieni in tne cn.ip-1 rnjuv
evening Shadow ploturet ami other
fealuies. followed hv refrealiiiieuts
made a pleasant evening,
1 he scorn In the ill hard loin iiiiiiieul
at the I'xe.lianie 0I11I1 no In ft i. n.
Saturday gives the following at leading
the Hit. Charles J. Bentley played
eight games, soorlng 787 points ; W. a
WOOll. eight sa 71 1 iiomts . F. M
Spencer, th games, 1,917 points;
r rank A. H un. seven games, 700
p 'Hits , Charles II iwknr, nine games,
779 points. There bio fourteen mm k
to be played, allowing a player to maka
a poSSIbl 1,400 score li the eei'on I
class Dr. C K poster hat live irauus
107 points; C, W. Weston, three games,
800 points; it a. Bmith, jr., six , nu ..
Hood's Praises Itself
Kidney Troubles - Brlght's
Now Able to HOi l; md Sound as a
Jlfr. .John Saxton
Of Beottflale, Pa.
" I do think Hood s BarUpariHa Is 'worth Itt
Welghlln gold.' For four years I stiffercil ml.ery
with terrlhle pains in my back and trouble with
my kidneys. The doctors thought I had Height's
disease. Many a time I had to give up work,
Slid eiintlnually grew worse, and when I ut or
stooped down f had to he helped up. At last
had to give up and go to bed and remain six long
weeks. It was then I hegan to hike Hood's
SarsaparUta, and I soon found that it was help
ing mc although I had heen told nothing would
help me and thought
I Would Havo to Dlo.
Bet I continued to Improve till I am now in per
fect health and ham ai good a hack ai any man
in town. Today I QUI do a good day's work,
and truly feel that Hood's Sanapunila was a
God-scud to me. 1 .m. .i sound as Uiu heil o ,i-
lar that was ever made, and I want this itata
ment put Into print so that everybody can seo
what good It did tne. Kvcry word of the nhovo
ran lie proved by B score ol people here who
know how I siiftrn il nrnl how I have biro
cured. I took hut six bottles. I think no one
can pralso Hood's s-irsnpurllls St much as It
will praise Itself" ,1,,hn S.xXTnN, Hcottdale,
Westmoreland Co., IVnnsylvniiii.
Hood's Pills are Hie bsstattsi dinner PUIS,
a,ai ,1 dlgSStten, euro headache. Try a boi.
Closing out the bal
ance oi our
Dr. FC. O rawer
Ik Phllidelphla Specialist,
And bta stapeUtsd staff of English and oer
nan i Ljieiu,1Uittro uow (.r,UUIJUIlUy i1A;aloi
temple Court Building
:i i t RPRIM i : s r
Whir., u.u umy bt M,iuit.i daily and
. , SI MMV.
TB Doctor Is i. giH'InuU nt tha UnlvnrsitT
I snpsylvasJa, formerly demonstrator of
Pjjsiotojrj and surgvrj at the Medico (jhir
"SjosJ Collaga, of Philadelphia, He Is also
siiBonorary luembtr ol tbt Hedieo-C'hiraT-VUkI
Assoi'iatlon, hii.I was physielan nd
surmpn In ohlef of tbt most noted Ani-rlean
",', .J"'.'"!" '"'"I'1"''". rWlO". highly Indorsod
by laSMtdlng profsstor of rhlladolphla and
j mw I iirif.
Bis manr yean of boraltal experieno 0u-
tiles this tmiMut physician nnd suryeou tj
correctly dlagtlOtl nnd treat all dsfafmlt !
and disesnes with the moHt Haltering siiee.-ss,
and his hlih Itandlnf in the Ktat'i will not
ii w him in teetpt any Ineurablt ease
LOHI HANatlOIJ i i 1 1 m i I)
u I tKNKHN Ol V il m, in CUBED
If yon iisve oaaa given up ny your physt
elan cull upon the SOO tor and 1 naminod
He euret the worst nates of Nervous Debility,
Scrofula, Old Bores ( atnrrh, I'lles, Fetualu
Weakness Affectioni ot tbt Eur, Eye, Nose
and Throat, Asthma, iJeafness. Tumors, ('an
etrs and Cripples of every description. Con
sultation In Englltb and Dermaa Kree, which
nan na consMerso sacrea and strictly court
me llouc: Il . H. Ul
Sunday, a. m. to i at.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY
Then arc hundreds of young men and young women in Uiii
country who have splendid ability, but tliey Lave never been
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Ibis 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 ENQIdSH COURSE.
SHORTHAND COURSE. n mrr-n. n . ,
F. E. WOOD, Proprietor.
M-W YEAR OPENS JANUARY 1.
U P. M. Ually.
William : Sissenberger
Opposite Daptitt Church,
Is replete with fine and
medium Parlor Suits, Fancy
Rockers, Couches and
Lounges for the Holiday
Trade. Prices to Suit all.
Also Bed Room Sets.Din
ing Room and Kitchen Fur
niture. Parlor Suits and
Odd Pieces Re-upholstered
in a bubstantial manner
Will be as good as new.
National Bank of Scranton
at following prices:
Uuwiiin Djrna CSroular Cap 'i Inehsa M.M
r.leeirn-Meill I ir . II III r ( .pes 'I In SI'S
Astrakhan Circular Cspta NIs hhs
Wool n Olnftisr Cap a n la lino
Stout Marl n UJtcultr Capes, .'i 1 1 w.iw
rewa Merteu iirenis-Capss, St in Itin
'ler i irciilio ( upe. ' .....i0.UI
Issl Sacquss, n lac'ss imie IIMtfJO
eat faeksts, M Inohtt iminu
t-e.ii Jaelehv M he loai aiOO
Astrakhan Jaeksta 81 Inohet Ion 4 .tajyu
se.il cjreularO . :n Inch it loiur. thj
Butterfly rN jwmi
otter Clrnultr Caps, 90 incbet Ions), With
Butterfly Ctpo 105,00
Bable Oreular Ctpe, ninohesloni ... sr,m
AstrSknaS Circular Ctpe, n Inch Imin H DO
Blootrhi Hei Circular Cape, 80 In, lone.,
or.iy Orhamsr Qlrunlarcsp, mm long m ot
jfidosja Amerlosh leal stuffs tl i a nsrh
I lot I rhll. iron's ssts st Mo, tach
1 lot of SUlfh Robes, pluth Hated n tad)
Ladies Plush and Cloth
Coats at Your Own
138 Wyoming Ave.
Tiio only Practical Kurrior in tho city.
W. w WA WON, Vice Preakltni
a 11 Vi 11, 1. 1 a Ms. Cashier.
S llivrs, jambs M Rvvnn.sRT.
IliVIMi A Kim 11. PlSnCI B, PntLBT,
josaen J JaitMve, m a KaMaeaa,,
Cnas. P. MATTHSwa Jons T. Poaiaa
. VI -ON
C0NISI RVAIIVL and LIBERAL
Thh imnk invttss the patronage ot bnaUsssi
men mi, 1 Droit isusraliy,
Bank of Scranton.
Capital, - $200,000
Surplus, - $240,000
mis lutnk otters to depositors sveiy
facility v, Hrriuit. il iy thelv oeteneesi bus!"
heat ami Nsipnntlelliky.
Npeelnl ml. nil., 11 given I.. btttlB r-
eounta Interest pala on lime il.-poaita.
vVILLIAM (iomii President.
I'l l). H. A i i in. v Ire-President,
WILLIAM 11 I'l l K. tablet
unti l ions
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Villi, I III, 11. 1 .lniiii.a Anlil.ulil linirv
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Now arriving. We are ready to show many patterns in
all grades of Carpets- enough to suit all tastes-which we
offer at the lowest prices ever known in the history of the
carpet trade. Under the head of
We offer what's left from the January Sale, consisting of
certain patterns of Carpets that have been dropped, odd
pieces, short lengths and some slightly soiled, together
with a few
Rug, Some Oil Cloths
Linoleums and Mattings
KERR & SIEBECKER
406 and 408 Lackawanna Avenue.
"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A I I A PPY PATRON OF
THE RICHARDS LUMBER CO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
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Days left of our Odds, E nds
and Remnant Sale, but still
a few chbice things, maybe
just your selection, are here.
We Are House Furnishers
That statement will never
become threadbare; and we
don't have simply a spatter
ing ol 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