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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. FEERUART 22. 1S!)4.
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tbe business uuder the iirm name of
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Dr. W. E. Paigo, of Bingham ton, is at
tin- l'n rest Douse.
. Qnyloril Thomas and 0. W. Dawson
were Scranton attorneys In Wilkes-liarro
Azor Lnthrop and W. H. Harrington, of
MoBtrote, were in this city ou business
Mis. Harry O. Watrous, of Foret City,
1b visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Hamlin,
on Adams av, nuo.
Frank (iilmore, London, England; R. C.
Mavroarrf. Williamsport, and L'. H. Hayes,
Philadelphia, are at the Westminster.
Rev. Dr. Pearce. pastor of Elm Park
church, Scranton, will deliver a lfcture on
his "Traveli In th Holy Land" in the
Methodist Episcopal church, of Jermyn,
William T. Fetter, the well-known Pbila
delphia scenic urtist. was iu tba citv ves-
teiday. Mr. Fetter, who has the contract
lor tne scenery at the new rrotlunKham
theater, states that his work is practically
Charles W. Roesler, Charles Miller, Simon
Lanei, Frank Megaruoe, Charles Hobinsou,
VVilliam Craig, George Wlnans, John
Jrieiel, ictor Koch and H. M. Dunnell
attended the funeral of Henry Richard at
" Out of the Frying Pan," Etc.
Candid Friend Very fine work. But
where the deuce did you get such an
Artist Excuse me, but that is ray
Ca-did Friend Dear me. of course
I ought to have recognized it by its
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tiKcuesa to you. JUCiy.
Ills Stork In Trad.
Mr. Murray Hill I should think an
able-bodied man like you would be able
to engage in some other business tha
Mendicant No, sir, this is the only
business that 1 can engage in with the
capital that 1 have at my disposal
Ales E. Sweet.
"WIlklilM. THE OKOWLER."
V i - . -
X. Y. World.
A Matter of Kipericnce.
Miss Creedly How religion! beliefs
have changed of late years. You
scarcely ever meet a person now who
believes in a literal and personal devi
Mrs. .sulterd Kemembcr, my dear
you have never had a husband
Illlndly In I ...
Clara There's no doubt but what
Mr. Culloway is blindly in love with
Maude What makes you think so?
Clara He told me the other day he
thought you dressed iu such good taste.
Afraid of Fir-
"Have you had your new houss insured,
"Your husband is afraid of fire, thonf"
"Mercy, yes; he will leavo the house any
time before he will make one."
HEWS PROM WEST SI
Happsnlnjs of a Day That Will Interest Hyde
KILLED IN THE DODGE MINES
David Jones Meets an Untimely Death
by an Explosion Funeral of Thomas
Wagstaff Miss Gertrude Becker
Entertains Her Friends with a Card
Party Mrs. E. P. Eshelman Pleas
antly Surprised Other Interesting
Tha Laditte' Aid 8oolty' Dinner.
In accordance with thrlr usual and ex
ceedingly popnlar custom, the Ladies' Aid
society of the First Presbyterian church
will serve their annual dinner and sapper
in tbe lecture room of the church on
Washington's Birthday today. Dinner
will be nerved between the hours of 12
and 2 o'clock and supper from 0 to 8
o'clock. The following excellent menu
will be provided:
Roast Turkey. Roast Beef.
Stewed Onions. Corn.
Cranbery Sauce. Celery.
Dressed Cabbage. Pickles.
Mince, Apple, Squash Pies.
Plum Padding. Cake, Ice Cream.
Cold Turkey. Cold Ham.
Escalloped Oysters. Baked Beans.
Dressed Cabbage. Olives.
Raised Biscuits. Bread.
Sliced Oranges. Cake.
life, one without
a ship without a
fThrt W.-f Sitilo ... nf tha SnnlKTW
Tribune is located at 13S South Main uv -
nil, where aiih.i'rlntinn... n.l vert lwviMil ' A
and communications will receive prompt
A fatal accident occurred yesterday
morning in the Dodge miues. David
Jones, aged 83 years, and employed as
n miner, was seriously injured while at
work. He had prepared a blast bu.1
had lighted tho fuse. For some reason
the fuse hung fire and Jones returnee!
to ascertain the cause. When he
emerged from his place of safety and
went toexMintne the blast the charge
went off and he was buried beneath the
pieces of Hying rock. Assistance came
and tbe unfortunate young man was
removed to the home of his sister, on
Bellevue street it wus found that
both bis lungs were badly injured and
he suffered severely from other inju
ries. He died yesterday atternoou trom
internal injuries. Mr. Jones was B
popular young man. The funeral An
nouncement will be made later.
Thomas Wagstaff Burled.
The funeral of the late Thomas
VViiKstaff took place yesterday after
noon from the family residence on Lv
fayette street aud was largely at
tended. Ruv. M. H. Mill, rector of St
Daviu's Episcopal church, assisted by
Rev, T. J. Collins, of the Scranton
Street Bnptist churoh, conducted the
service at the house. The Lackaw inna
lodge. No. 201, Independent Order of
Odd Fellows, uttendel in a bodv. John
Xoble acted as marshal, h. U Jones as
noble grand, and Frank T. Sturges
tilled the capacity of chaplain and de
livered the oration of the Odd Fellows
rite at the grave. The pall bearers
were Miehael Blickeus, John Nape.
Churles Watkins, John Davies, Anth
ony Long, Fred T. Krauter,
Death of a Rsspected Resident.
Thomas G. Jones, of South Hyde
Park avenne. a hiirhlv resuected resi
dent, died at bis home yesterday inorn
ing at G o'clock after a long illness.
Mr. Jones is survived by his widow and
six children, namely. Gomer. Gwilym,
Jemima, Emlyn, Dora and Etnris,
The funeral arrangements will Da an
A Card Party.
A very pleasant card partv was hold
last evening iu honor of Miss Gertrnd
Becker at her home on South Hyd
Park avenne. The home was brilliant,
illuminated and an enjoyable time was
had for many hours. Those present
were: Misses Maud Vipoud, Florence
Gibbs, Jersie Becker, Edith Richards,
Bertha Jenkins, Gertrude Becker and
Robert Walker, John Walker, Harry
Dacker, David J. Davis, Frank Mans
field and William Freeman.
A Pleasant Surprise.
Mrs. E. P. Eshelman, of Twelfth
street, was tendered a surprise party
by her many friends at her home on
Tuesday evening. The hours were
pleasantly spent in playing games and
other diversions. Refreshments were
served in dne season.
Mrs. Davies Burled.
Services wero hold over the remains
of the late Mrs. Owen B. Davies, of
Avenue B. Bellevue. on inanity after
noon at the Welsh Calvanistio Metho
dist church on South Mxin avenue.
The officiating clergymen were Rev, J.
T. Morris assisted by Rev, Hugh Davies.
The remains were conveyed to the
Washburn Street cemetery for inter
ment, The pall bearers were William
Harris, William Jones, John Griffiths,
John S. Davies, William S. Davies, and
Interesting Newo Notes.
A Giorge Washington enterUinmsnt
and supper will be given at the Jack
son street Biptist church this evening.
Admission. 10 cents.
Tbe Chi-Upsilou socioty of the Pres
byterian churoh una elected the follow
ing officers: President, H. Battenburg;
vice president, William Miller; sscre
tary, Arthur Morse; sssistant, Frank
Thornton; treasurer, George Waters.
Lon Jones has accept nl a position as
bookkeeper for the Euroka Laundry
Mr. William D. Jones and Mrs. J. R
Jones, of Carbotidale, visited the fam
ily of H. D. Jones on Tuesday.
Thomas Owen Charles, of South
Wales, is the guest of A. C. Hlgnett,
of North Main avenne.
John Roberts, of West Pawlett, Vt.,
is tne gust or Dr. j. j. no Deris, on
South Main avenne.
The employes at the Capouse mines
were paid yesterday.
The bsdges for the Scranton Choral
union from the Philadelphia mint have
arrived. 1 hoy are of neat design. O.i
the top piece is the name of the organi
zation and the lower portion, represent
lnir a lyre, has the initials W. F. I. E.
inscribed. They will b distributed
among the members at once
The Christian Endeavor society of the
Plymouth Congregational church hel l
a social gathering last evening at the
home of Miss Lula James on Sjuth
Alderman David M. Williams, of
Providence, visited Alderman T. T
Morgan of tho Fifteenth ward last evening.
The funernl of Frank McDonald, of
Fri nk street i csnrred at 2 30 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. Services w.'re
conducted at St. Patrick's church. In.
ferment in the Hyde Park Catboiic
NEAR AT HAND.
fittest and in social
an eduction is like
Father.-, and mothers interest your
sons in this work, It will be far more
gratifying to you to see them perusing
'.he pages of knowledge than to know
they are spending their time and money
in the saloons.
Boys Interest your fathers and
mothers and ask them to procure it for
you before it is too late. D not be
obliged to sweep the crossw.ilks.throngh
life for the schoolmate who from a stu
dions application of books will have
risen above yon. "'Where there's n
will there a a way. TUG iRIHUNU sup
plies the "way." AH that remains for
you to do is to screw up your will, '
ind vour library will bo supplied by
the most interesting and instructive
literature the most omiuent writors
have been able to produce. The offer
will remain open nut a short time.
Don't fail to call at The Trihune En-
yclopedia Ilea 'quarters, 437 Spruoe
street, and exatnino the books.
Intaraatlntr Bits of Current News Pleas
Fitecial to the Scranton Trilmne.
PRIOIBCBO, Pa.. Feb. 91 The agony
is over at last. It was one or the most
bitter elections that ever was held in
the boroug, and although there were
three tickets in tho field, the Republi
cans succeeded in elocting every mm
on their ticket, The successful Ottndi-
lates celebrated the victory by the fir
ing ol guns, emptying ot scnooners
and a banquet at the Central.
For the benefit of our reaaers we
give the names of the elected officer-
for our borough: Burgess, throe years,
Coarles D. Snyder; school directors,
Phil Moriran and Thomas Kranick;
council, William Sotnmers and Jacob
Yerke; tax collector, Will Moses; au
ditor, George White; judge of election,
Fred Smith; inspectors, John Mott and
George Fairo; high constable, Max
Professor M, E. Lloyd and Mrs. H
B. Jones, of this pine, took part in an
entertainment at Taylorville last even
The funeral of Mrs Hnrlingham took
place Tuesday morning from the home
of her daughter, Mr. P. K Callahan,
of the Boulevard. Dsoeased was oa
years of age ana a native of Harrisburg
and was visitine her friends when
death called her. A solemn high mss
was celebrated in St. Thomas' churoh
for the repose of her soul. The re
mains were afterward to Harrisburg
for interment in the family plot.
Mrs. M. Duffy, of Carbondule, is on
a visit to friend's in town.
Tom Logan has had his business
place illuminated by electricity.
John Morris was the guest of bis son
Patrick during the week.
Do not fail to take The Tuiuune; the
best daily paper in the county and al
ways contains the brightest local news
George Cooper, Miles Langan, Mark
Lenahan. James Rsid, Edward Lyons
and E. L. Evans, all residents of this
borough, have been chosen as gentle
men of the jury for April term.
THE VOTE AT FOREST CITV.
Boys, Interest Your Father and Moth
The closing day for the sale of the
Encyclopedia Britanuios, now being
offered to the reader of Tub TitinuNR
is near at hand. The special arrange
ments made with the publishers has
enabled The Tkiui'nt. to place within
the reach of everyone this fgreat li
brary. It has been trnly said that
success depends upon an education.
And as it is impossible toproonre it
without books, why hesitate to procure
the Encyclopedia Britanuioa, the
greatest self -educator and acknowl
edged authority on all subjects the
world has ever prodnced, when it ean
be bad for the small saving of 10 cents
In this age of education and progress
tbe best nosltions are secured by the
Happenings ot a Day That Will Interest
Many Tribune Readers.
CHURCH DEDICATION TODAY
Memorable Services at the Polish
Church Today Many Clergymen to
Be in Attendance Death of Michael
Barrett and of Mrs. Michael Young.
Benefit to Norah Blewitt Stabbing
A new bicycle worth ? will be sold for
t .i5. The machine is guaranteed and is a
rare bnrcaiu. Machine may be seen at tbe
If Yon want the later stvles and finish
in photography, you ran get it at Griffin's,
Wyoming avenue. Wo are introducing
new novelties constantly.
Have new ueok bauds nut on vour old
shirts at the Lackawanna Laundry, DOS
Jreiin avenue, A. H. Wurman "
Republicans Carry Everything- in ths
Livaly Suaquahanna Town.
)eciil fo the Scranton Tribune.
Forest City. Pn., Feb, 21. The Re
publicans carried everything at the
election yeaterdoy. The following is
the vote cast the largest ever cast in
this borough :
Congressman-at-large G. A. Grow.
R 224; J. D. Hancock, D., 185; Mar
row, P., 7.
For burgess Benjamin Maxey, R.,
216; R. E. Randall, D., 198.
For councilman First ward, L.
Decker, R , 87; J. McLaughlin. R. , 86;
J. McDonald, D., 88; Fred Wellbrook,
For high constable W. G. Reynolds,
R. 219; Woodbury, Coil, D 190.
For Justice of the Peaoe B'irst ward,
W. J. Masey, R, 207; M. J. Collins,
D., 192. Second ward, D. R Braman,
R . 225; H. K Vaughn, D , 192,
For Tax Collector J. G Westcott,
R., 207; E. C. Dunnier. D.. 206
For School Directors J. 1) Ciryl,
R , three years 405; W. H. Leek, R. ,
three years. 217; T. J. Pentecost, R.,
one year 216; J. J. Walker, D., three
vears, 192; JoslfUavne. one year, 184;
J. D Caryl (indorsed),405.
For Poor Directors W. pj. Bates, R ,
one year. 219 ;Fred Cray, R two years,
213; Walter Park, D two years, 186;
M. G. Grinnell, one year, 192.
For Auditors A. L. Morgan, R. ,
one year, 217 ;F. E. Red,R,, one year.
215; Jas. McAndrew, D, one year,188 ;
John Conmy, three years. 185
Judge of election First ward, J. M.
Bivins, E 81; A. Bennett, D., 91.
Second ward, David J. Jones, R., 184;
Peter Gillespie, D., 101.
Inspector of election First ward.
Frank Hollenback, R.. 84; Henry
O'Neill, D., 90 Second ward, Fayette
Westgate, R., 137; Patrick Roach, D.,
Westcott was elected tax collector by
TOPICS AT TAYLOR
Little Locals Conoernina th Rtsidsnts
of th Entarprlalna Boro'.
Sjiecial to the Scranton Tribune.
Tayi.OU, Pa., Feb. 21 All the stores
will be closed Washington's birthday
The Methodist Episcopal chnrch
have a chicken supper from 5 tj 9
Thursday night tho cantata will be
given in the Calvary Baptist chnrch.
Gorce Kehr iB elected tax collector
on the Republican ticket in old Forge
The whole ticket is elected with the
ex-'eption of oue supervisor, John Con
way, Democrat, all laid to Martin
James Buttler, Democrat, won tax
collector in Lickawatina township.
Henry Rich, of Wayne county, was
in town to day and felt jubilant over
the victory of his own oonnty and
hoped to see the Democrat party driven
out oi existence
HEARD AT HONESDALE.
Thi Jingla of tha Slaia-hballa Still Cheers
th riaaaurv Siakers.
.Gnerfof to the Scranton Tribune
HofTKSDALK, Pa , Feb 21 The peo
pie of Honesdale and vicinity are still
Ed Burns is home from Now York
on a short vacation.
Miss Louise Heft returned home yes
terday from a visit with relative! at
Tho funeral of Mrs. John Welch was
held from bsld from her late residence
at 8 p.m. today, Rev. C. A. Benjamin
conducting the services. The prayers
wars read by Rev. E. H. Eckel, of West
Pittston. Her four sous acted as pall
A Judsre of Art.
Madam Well, Mary.whatdld you think
of the piotures at the Academy?
Mary Oh, mum, there was a pioture
called "Two Dogs," after Laodseer; bat I
looked at it for nearly half an hour, and I
ouldn't see no Landseer.
The dedication services at tho re
modelled Polish church today promise
to be roost interesting. Rt. Rev.
Ilishop O'Hara will officiate, aad the
revered prelate will also deliver a ser
mon. The rector. Rev. R. C Aust,
will preach a sermon in the Polish lan
guage. Ladies of the congregation wore
busy yesterday getting everything in
readiness for today's services, and this
morning the sacred tomple will present
an attractive appearauce. The high
iltar will bo beautifully decorated for
the occasion, the services of florist Wili
having been regained lor that purpose.
Father Aust expects forty clergymen
to be present at the services and din
ner will be served them in one of the
class rooms. Another room will be fit
ted up as a sitting room, the parochial
residence being too small to accommo
date the visiiors. Many of the out ot
town clergymen arrived last evening
More than 100 persons, not members of
the congregation, have been honored
by invitations to attend tbe services
Seats will be reserved for all such.
Members of St. John's choir will assist
in rendering Leonard's mass.
3.ini 11'. to Nora BUwltt
Some few years ago Nora Blewitt
was injured by a oar on the lines of the
Scranton Passenger railway company
The little girl was a pupil in school No.
11 at the time and the accident was so
serious that her limb had to be ampu
tated. At the time, kind-hearted neigh
bors contributed money and an artiti-
lal limb was purchased. The girl has
grown since and the limb is now use
less. Mrs. Pettigrow and Mrs. Duggan
have interested themselves in the little
girl's welfare and have arranged for a
benefit for her. It will take place in
Laurel Hill park and Mr, Archer will
give the use of the grounds free of cost.
Death of Mlchaal Barrett.
Michael Barrett, who was burned at
the South works about two weeks ago,
died of his injuries at the Moses Tay
lor hospital Tuesday night. The funeral
will take place tomorrow morning
Mr. Barrett is survived by his wife
and seven children.
Death of Mra. Michael Young.
Mrs. Miohael Younir. an azed resi
dent of the Twentietu ward, died at
the home of her daUL'htar Mr Mi
chael Connerton, of Fig street, early
veBterdav mornimr. Mrs. Yonnir has
ueen sunering wttn paralysis for two
years, it haviug been superinduced by
extreme age. The funeral will take
place tomorrow from her daughter's
Arrested for Stabbing.
Alderman Storr issued a warrant for
the arrest of three Polish citizens of
tbe Third district of the Eleventh
ward yesterday. The men were lodged
in the Alder street station bouse yest
erday. Tney are charged with stab
bing a special policeman on Tuesday
C. W. Wostpfahl predicted on Tues
day at noon that tb South Side wonld
give a majority of 650 for the bridges.
Mr. Westpfahl's predictions came true,
and the majority was about 682.
P. J. Hickey. the Democratic com
mon connciluun from the Nineteenth
ward, reoeived the largest majority
ever recorded for a candidate in the
south ward. Mr. Sweeney's majority
of 6 over Mr. Coyle is prob.ibly tbe
smallest one ever received by any can
ilidate when seeking a ward office.
RESULT AT BLAKELY.
JUST arrived by the
large import order of
Haviland & Co.
Many new novelties in
Boudoir Sets, Smoke Sets,
Salads, Pin Trays, &c.
We give better value in
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets,
Lamps, Silverware, &c. ,
than any other house in the
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
Everything Republican in That Part of
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Peckvillic, Pa., Feb. 21 Tbe oiti
.'ne of this place lifted their voices in
the interest of protection yesterday,
giving handsome mnjorities to all Re
publicans, The result is as follows:
First ward For caBgressinan-at-large,
Grow, 113; Hancock, 7; Mor
Council Windsor Porter, 100; Jas
W. Smith. 98; J. G. Bell, 71; Danie
Burgess C. M. Hathaway, 41 ; Fre
mon Ferris, 71; W. H Bloes, 79.
Resolution of C&ndol"nc.
At a regnlar mooting of Division No i
Ancient, Ordor lliherninns the following
resolutions were unanimously adopted:
Whereas, It has pleased Uiviue Provi
donee to take from our midit our dearly
oeiovea nrotner.ins into v imam uiinooiv.
to his celestrial infusion of eternal ulorv.
to wear the crown Immortality which his
mortality gaineu tor mm.
Therefore ha it resolved, that the mem
berscf Division No.0AcolentOrderBlbern
ian, of Providence, while bowing to the
unsearcnanie ways oi nu umnipoteut Uod,
tee i tneir very regretaeie loss in the ie
mise of so gentle, so nnilable.so truly loyal
nncl patriotic a bntnar. whose eenernuj
sentiments of paternal love and fraterna
solicitude were ever predomiuaut In bis
Resolved, That these resolutions be
spread noon the records of this division.
and that a copy of them bo written and
transmitted to the bjreavrd family of the
Resolved, That iur chartor be draped in
mourning for a period of thirty days in
ins m"mory ana mat a copy or satil reso
lution be printed in tho Scrnoton Truth.
n. , .l ., i i . . . .
iitinuHK, nuu i'miniroimua niueruinu.
J All ks K. Nkary,
1 I li.;; FOY,
Beadleaton Woera'a and Ballnntlne'a
Alas are the beet, li J. VN auw, agent, M
FEBRUARY 22, 1894.
Your choice of three heautiful
pictures, "Telephone Girl," "De
livering Christmas Presents"
and "Maidens Swinging." Bend
by mail or messenger or bring
coupons like this of three differ
ent dates, with 10 cents, stamps
or coin, to
Cor. Penn Ave. and Spruce St.
pRlCES on brand-new Suits and Over
coats in our windows will convince
ycu that we are about giving them away.
Martin 6c Delany
Coal Exchange, Wyoming Avenue.
HOW LIKE A
MAN HE FEELS
r AST YEAlt he had saved $300.
He bought a house worth 1850
-paid $300 down, gave a mort
gage for $1,550. Today he esti
mates as follows:
Rent saved jjmo On
lateret OB mortgage M 0J
Tuxes and repiirs 'J6 0 lit) SO
- Net saving nn ruut $121 Wl
Saved on salary 150 UU
To upiilj on mortgage J270 50
RKri.ECTION-"in FOUtt year thai
houne will bo trrv from lbt and I ahall
have a home of my own."
OBEEM it i in. I the pradie for
homen. Klnn Si Sons havo recently lln
Ished it liruiitirnl villa, nhlck Uiey offi r,
on eaHy iayiuut, at (UMBO.
Hall in their olllce, between Washington
aud Adainn on Olive atreet.
EZRA FINN & SONS.
B The GENUINE .Now 5
s "MiTUiiciKi" Diiune a
5 iiimiiui)iiLi i i nit J J a
New Ynrk nnreroome, No. 5
80 Fifth avenue,
E, C. RltKliR Si CO., S
I Bole dealers In this section. B
m Mtloo in Adams avruiu. E
The Great Marvel of Dental Science
A recent discovery and the sole
HGnwood k Wardell,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
W II AT J. G. SBAMON8S A YS ABOUT
DBS. BEMWOOO . WARUELL!
Alter hating eleven teeth extracted at
nee Klttlnc by the pitinlaaa method, I pro
nounce It entirely aatlafaotor In every
particular. j. . buamons.
t ' ' It
ti coluhbus mm
Is the most popular musical establishment in Northeastern Penn
sylvania The highest grade of Pianos and Organs. The
lowest prices obtainable anywhere and the most liberal
terms ever offered to purchasers are some of the
leading inducements. Look at the list
Vose & Sons ' Pianos,
Popular Pease Pianos.
THE WOftLD RENOWNED
Story & Clark Organs,
Chicago Cottage Organs,
And all kiudx of Musical Mertbsofltss
constantly on baud.
The Holiilays are here, and this Is the place to buy Pianos for a CbristmaA
Present. Prices are lower than any other music store in rJcrsraton. Bpeciei
Attention Kemember always when you start out to search for a Piano or Or
gan that Christopher Columbus points with his right hand to the exaot plaoe
you want to go. Now here It la:
205 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
J. W. Guernsey, Prop.
Best quality and
220 Lacka. Avenue.
Special for This Com
Men's Cork Sole Lane Shoss,
(jroodyear Welt. (4 gtnAe, (g9 fJQ
Men's Cork Sole Lnoe Shoes,
hiiml sewed welt.$5 grade, to AO
Ladies' Dongola. Kid Hntton,
Patented Tip, Goodyear
welt, Common eenee last, all O') Ul
HW fcrade. to be tJ.O.'
Ladies' Fine Kid Button.cork
soles, baud turn, Common
Spiihj Inst, only a lew pairs (j0 lX
of thfin, $5 grade, to lie. .. pOSt
Ladies' Dull Dongola Button,
dun bio soles. Common Sense Q') "
only, $4 grade dostd ou at I '
MisseR' Straight Ooat Button,
spring heel, sizee 11 to 2; $3 (Jl i (
grade will sell at jj1.4t'
Boys' School Shoes, button nnd
lace, sizes 11 to 3; $1 35 will (l"
sell at J i C.
SCHANK'S Arci"lfl Shoe Store.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Spelallt on tbe Kye. rjesdaehna and
KsCTQSastSSS relieved. Latest and Improved
Style of liy,. (ilaaaoa and Hpectaolea t the
Lowaat Prices. Beat Artificial Eye inrtad
Sos SPRUCE ST.. op. Poet Office.
A Rich CLOTH
aud too. Cost to
malce, $10. IftW
We will pive yon
the choice of 40
Jackets, all thia
s-!im m's m;i, ko.
Not one in tha
lot that cosftlfesa
than $12 to 2f.
and WRAPS, It
will pay you to
see this offering
We need room for new Spring
Stock. Visit as,
6. W. OWENS
Lndies- Tailor-, Cloak Makers
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