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THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 3. 1894.
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NEWS OF THE SUMMIT
ETenti of latSfMt flMUlld fir tha En
tertainment nf Hurri! Raadars.
fijierinl 10 the "rrriiUon Tribune.
Cr.ARK'i mmit, Ve... Mirch 1. Mm.
DaTid Owimer, of Newton, died yester
day at p. m.
Mrs. Hnry Kirn, sister of Mr. C)
?r. is Trr low,
Marci has com in like a Iamb. It
will nmlonhtelly iliow som of th;
characteristics of the lion befora it
goes on ..
The weather last week d!ayad bnil I
ing somewhat on the sverl p irks, bat
this week has bronijht r-mwtil activ
ity. Two more honse have been
r:irsd there already.
Oir roads in m-iny nl0H are very
bad. Th'-rn re two (tactiona of public
trots that h;iTe hn biockd with
now for mi wki. Wnern are onr
npervieore nd what ar tiicir dutlsat
Simuel Smith, whoaolil his farm la
fall to Petrirk & Co., has DOB ;nl a lot
at the Oraen and will rect a neat oot
take in the n-ar fntnr.
Mrs. Ziba VosutirK is still very sick.
There are rnrnors of a weddinit toon,
Mesire, Frear & Shippy BaVS planteil
a new steam paw mill at DSNBlmtr
Cornt-rf, near the Billsids horn").
OlVPrlANT AND VICINITY.
A Newsy Ilitdtri' from an O.onlonal
Fpeeirtl to tb firritntnn Tritotn..
QutinuJn. Pa., March J -i'.iy at
No. 2 and Eddy Creek OOlllHlM MOB-dav.
P. F, Callahan, of Boraa! n. in 1 1 u
A .. . . I. r. ,. Mnu ,. ,,r, .V.nlll.J
.Mrs (iwennie Junes nri'i owagqw,
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mute 1U'''iji, "'ki im .........
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N. J., whm a caller in town a few d ly.t
Ha. .T It. Ellin, of MOBOH Pa., niii
accepted a ciiltotho liUknly Ilnptist
church, and will take oliarg-s April 1.
Mini Lncy Karrell. of I J un mora
street, left for New York Wt-dnoidny,
where she expects to stay "ewrai
Mia Minnie Mnson 1ihs recovered
after a three weke' illness.
.lonn nun, oi lecuviii", hvwii
m . . - , ..'I. 1...
......... a .......tllii. flT T. II R 1 I L'
-Olen's Christian Union will be led by
Mr. F. L. Northup. Everyone i in
vited to attend.
The funerel of the late P. II. Martin
took place this morning and was large1
ly attended. A number of people from
oat of town were present.
CUM FOB traOUP 'UM ur. luuiniw
Fclectric Oil according to directions. It
is the best remedy for at sudden attacks
of cold, pain and iiiflninmncioii, and lu
ll r lea.
(Out of town porrHHn'iimM of Tux Turn
Unk ahoiild Hlirn llietr iianies lu full to ajaaO
uens letter, not for pttblloatioi) uat to goara
FROM FOREST CITY.
An lutarastli . ' uU-et of Nawa of Oon
ftMdallbtka Sir.mfon Tribune.
Foiikst Cirv. I'a , Sluroh '.' Foreat
City, with it l .Vii), more or lens, in.
habitant, h the second town in popu
lation in Baiqaabaona county, ami una
nev.T been repieaeuted in the political
offii t of the county. Itut we are go
ing to havo a cm li. lute in the Raid for
the ortico of repreaentatlva for thia
oonnty m the panoo of Mttlal Thomai
Brown, r., whose friends everywhere
ara antboalaatio in his appori .Mr
Brown is OOd choice and ia fully
qoalltlad fur the position a nan ol
clear judgment, wit1! a cool considera
tion in UelitiaratiiiK on anv qtieatlOD,
anil one of the b.-st rejjuUtors on
knotty nuettioni 'oat a?tt took a plaoe
In the Fortat City borough eounoll, of
which boly ho wa the prttldOBt for
Bunihlneli madleiaa, a purifier and
preserver of health
Tbon s Cnnblnghani, the popular
Krie itation Hg nt at Harriett, ipent
Uat avautog with ralatlvua in this
"Dock" Kannedy, tha well known
1 all player, ia now a poIlotOUu iu New
Mis Eliaa T, Bvani is visiting in
Ms ljiz Harera, t!ie milliner, is
I be gneat ol Olyphant frlenda
Special lervioei will be bald next
mi day morning and evening at tha
Methodist Episcopal obnroh Morning
aerviosi will bejjiu at 10 80a.ui.. Rav,
J (.'. Hogao, preaching a special ser
mon, subject ''Dbplloatee o( Dlvet," In
tae evening a love feast will begin at 0
o'clock, to he followed by a icrtnon ai
7 o'clock by Presiding Elder W. L
Thorpe, of tne Honeedate district. The
aaerament of th Lord's Bnooer will be
admlntatered. This will he the last
qnarterly meeting tor the preaeut con
The funeral 8ivice8 over the re
mains of J ia Dillon, were held thia
tuormnir in S'. Agnes' Oatholio church,
Kev. Father Coroner offloiating. The
reverend gentleman pild kind tri
bute to the deceased, and Impressed
npon hia hearers tile brevity of bnmaii
ife and tbeneoasitty of being ready at
all times to meet Hod The pall
btavera were: Patrick Trov, John
Ke'ic, John Bell, John McC'ue, John
(iillespie and John K ine.
lue Presbytrruiii a short time azo
held a supp-tr for the benefit of Fttv.
M. J. Morgan, a forimr pastor now lo
cated at Clifford. Toe sum of twenty
dollars was riised and sent him.
Thunder was hiard iu this placo to
lav. Mrs T. B. Crawford, of .lermyn, was
the uueit of her p ireuts, Prof and Mrs
W. G. Trim, yesterday.
The fellow who said this wonld be
m open winter has taken to the woods.
Hsrry Skeels, oue of Carbondale'a
brUdit young men spent a few hours
in this Dlaee yesterday.
M. Lavene, of Cirbondale, was in
thia town on buainsss today
Fred HerrioK ip?nt yesterday in
Mrs. V7. L. Anthony, of Moosic.who
haa a large and progressive class in
painting waa in town yester lay and to
dav. She ia a lister of Mrs. J. D
Thomas Stevena, formerly of thia
place, bat now of Carbondale, ws in
town this evening
Crit cislns; a Youn Lady.
"She would be a pretty girl for but ono
'What's that?" asked Charley.
George Her face is always covered with
purple and red hlotches.
Cuarley Oh, that's easily enough dis-
poeedot Us-d to be the -ame way my
self, but t cauifbs d to the trouble one
day, and gt rid of it in no time.
George What was if
I barley Simply blood eruptions. Took
a abort course of r. P, '. I t"ll yon, it's
ihe boss blood corrector. The governor
had rheumatism so bad that you could
hear him ho'ler clear noro-H the country
every time ho moved. He tried it, and
you know what an athletic old Kent he is
r.ow. U somebody would give Miss Daiiy
ii pointer, she wonld tuank them after
wards. All tne drug -.tores sell it. '
Thi Lateet N wi from Wavna'a Capital
Tera"!v RP 'rtad
flpaefel la th Sonsaoa TVidaaa
BomsDAtn, Pa,, Marob 8. Hon,
Henry M Heeley I'-cturod at th Bap'
tlatebnroh last, evening. Biaaabjaot
was a trip to the A lirondtcks and Was
told from his own experience. Tne
lecture was rec ived with much prais"
and was thoroughly appreciated by his
Misa Florence Allen, of Kirest Citv,
is visiting at the resl lence of C. A
TbS Seranton TRIBCNI Portfolios of
the World's I'.nr, ltd, can be obtained
at the '! Kltit .N'K. agency
I; iring a slight shower thunder was
beard here tins afternoon
John J Banmab, M l), of Jerssy
City, is the g, lest of bis brother, El
Registered at the AUen Home today
were E. H. Whitney, M V Meary,
Carbondale i U A Us Itir, sVllkei
Barre; mid In MltoUell an I C, s.
Wood toff, Borantoa
kuelilor.'a Amies Ralv.
The l est salve In the world for ''tits
Brntsee. HireH, uirera, Salt. Bbenm, Pever
s.res, Tetter, (jjuppad Bauda Ubllblalna,
Oirna and nil Hklu ErupiMuis, iiiiilpod
tlvely rurHS Piles, or no pay required. It
ii. guaranteed to kIv perfect aatlsfa'-tiun
or money refonded. Price ttosBbtpsi
box. For anle by .Matthews liros.
THE PECKVIUE MIDWAY.
Sights and Scanaa at tha Ltvaly Bor ough
Sorcittt to the Scfantim Tribune.
Peckvili.r, Pa, March 2. Mrs
Oeorge liogera, of Mill City, nnd Mrs.
Ereaky of Seranton, spent Wednesday
With Dr, and Mrs. I) Kelly, of llicltory
Mrs. Charles Enapp, of Faetoryvllle,
called on Mrs. W, 8. BloSS last Thura
dav. Mrs. Babboth Williiuns, of Main
Street, ii very eick.
Kev. Thomas Vaughn, of Potts villa,
is visiting hia parouta, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr llatlio Unapp. of Cirbondale.
was a caller OB Mrs. Thomas l'opo on
lr. and Mrs. Kelly will spend Sun
dav at Mill City.
i". ll Harding and Mrs. E T, Hard
lug lire Visiting with relativea at South
John S. Jenkins, of PittStOO, visited
his sous here the fore part of the week.
Mrs, Thomas BoBSOB and daughter
Nellie and Mrs, N-lon Hanson and
daughter Graoe. of ilreen Ridge, epeut
yeatarday wltb Mrs. Perry Harding,
Mr. and Mrs. John Grtlssdtle attend
ed the Cooper and Lswls wedding at
Bsranton Thursday evening,
Frederick A. Snyder and Miss Bmma
() Boott were unite 1 in 111 linage at
the home of the bride's father, Mr.
Jesse Scott, on Wednesday evening,
K v. I'. l'. Doty offloiating, The lm
mediate frlenda of the contracting par
ties wero the only guests. Owing to
the reoent death of the bride's sister
the more elaborate arrangements for
the we I ding were dispensed with.
The death of Miss Lily Boksf has
cast a gloom over tu community Where
she Was known. Lily was an active
girl, lov d by those who knew her. She
was a teacher iu the GhfSSSy Island Sun
day school, where she will be greatly
missed. Her funeral services wer
held from tlio chur.-li in I'eckville, be
ing conducted by lisv. F P, Dotv. who
proaohed from the text, Psalmi OCJ
JCRMVN AND VICINITY.
"intent T.ipios Intelllgsntly Dlacuaswd
bv an Ac lva Rportar.
gpti iai to the Spfoatoa TWouae.
JlRMYN, Pa., March 3 A chill of
James Dinner, of Fourth street, is sick
witn io irlet fever.
The many friends of ReY. 51 r. and
Mr. Netherton, of Fony Fort, con
gratulate them on the birth of a sou.
Charles Miller, of Fourth street, is
suffering from un attack of Inflamma
tion of the longs,
A Mosher, of Cemetery street, iB im
proving his propsrty by the erection of
an addition to his reside noe
Thursday a child of Sim, Vincent, of
Fourth street, wss severely bitten by a
dog belonging to Mr. Roberts. The dog
lias been kllle I,
N t Monday Dr. and Mrs. M. J.
Shields start ou a southern trip. Dur
iug their absence taey will visit tl?or
gia, the former home of the doctor.
The four children of Stephen Hunt,
of Third street, are ill with the fever.
Mrs. Joseph Wethertou is recovering
from her recent illness,
A lare number from 0 yphant, Pck-
ville. Forest City, Carbondale and
Seranton attended the tn.ietiug of
Rnsbbrook Lodge, L 0. 0 F., Thurs
II Curran, of Seranton and Thomas
Scott, of Archbald, were Jermyu
Cn hia way from Uniondale, Richard
Graves of Tomokinsville, called on
friends here yasterday.
Miaa Lvle May, of Winter & Co' ,
?tore, is attending the funeral of a
relative in Seranton yesterday.
The First Baptist church mnmlier
contemplate calling a pastor at an early
dato. They have the. matter nearly
C. F. Baker was iu Seranton yester
day. Don't forget the band concert. Tues
day next, a tine programme has been
prepared. Don't miss it The boys
will give you a hearty walcoiue.
CUPPBB from Canada "I'rosbyterian,"
nnder signature of C, Blackett Robinson,
I'rop'r: I was cured of oft-recurring
bilious headaches by liurdock lilood
CULLED AT CARBOM DALE.
A Graphic BtOOrd of Evsnts of ths Plo
Srieritit to tht. 'cranlnn Tribaii.
CaKBOMDALB, Pa,, Marcii 'J This
morning tne Brie psssenger train
which arrived bere at S.fjO p. in brought
the remains of Jam s Dillon from F u
est City to this plsoe, where interment
was made in St. R ise's cemetery. The
(nneral was largely attended
John J, Walker, of Mayfleld, held
No 8406, which was tho Inoky number
to draw iho hands una prllS of a gold
watcb, which was given away by The
Leader as their February prize to sub
nbscrlbers. Miss Martha Thomas, of Mnlberry
street, Scr niton, arrive I In this city
today to apend Sunday with relatives,
Emmons L Peck call id on lloues
dale friends this morning
Miss Mams Vslglsrd has returned to
her home in Scr inton alter enj lying a
viait in this city as the guest of Miss
Mrs L D Wolfe is visiting relatives
in W ayii" county.
Daniel J. RobinSOD and bride return-d
home yester lay ifteTOOOD rrom
tlieir wielding tour.
The Frnuklui bre ikr, which wae de
troyed by lire early vVedn s lay m m
ing, will he rebuilt, ten J. Meagley,
b( Bingham ton, w is in the city ytster
day afternoon settling with the Insur-
B0OS agents, and wh-u this matter is
iliipoeed of, contracts will be let at
moo for the rebuilding of the breaker
The boys' branch f ih Young Men's
Christian aseociatiou led I a buslucsH
meeting this evenlngntt their room iu
Mrs Blmsr Avrry nnd Mrs. Henry
Mppen wero visitors in Prompton to
C. N. DfOnSOtl and daughter, Clnra,
are visiiiog rslatlveslfl tttdney, N. V.
To know that a single application of the
Cuticuiia Remedies will afford instant
relict, permit rest
and sleep and point
to a speedy and eco
nomical cure of tor
itching, burning and
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.
C t "Am. Aiiout thr llLnoti, Skin, Scui.e, and Hmk," mailed fr. Cuticiwa RiMai tta
ait auld throughout the world, Price, Cuticusa, o& I Boar, ajci KasoLvaMTtfi, Poma Dave
ANU LIUU1LAL CUKf., BoM Plupk., Ilotluu,
Disfiguring Facial Flemishes
Arc the cause of much unhappiness 'which may be
prevented ly CUTICUKA SOAP, the most effective skin
jiiirifyiiio, and beautifying soap in the world, as well as
the purest and sweetest fur toilet and nursery.
hall. A pleasing programme waa ren
dered aflor which refreshments wore
served by the ladies,
LIVE TAYLOR TOPICS.
Muttara of Qneral literal Trea'edby a
Flwciul to fkt fleroatoa Tribune.
TaYLOB, Pa,, Maich 'J. No word
has yet been received of tho borough
Mary Davit visited friends in Laflifl
the entertHinment and suppar of the
Ivorites on Thursday night was largely
attended and a success.
Subscribe for THB TBtBUNl, 48 canti
The Knights of the Golden Eagle
lodge will attend divine servioea Sun
day night at the Calvary Baptist
church. All members of the order are
W. (i. Daniels was among today's
callers to town.
Mrs. Knapp. of Greenwood, visited
horo on Thursday.
The borough council will re-organize
next Monday night. Iu all proba
bility Dr. Weston will be re-elected
president of the council, and John F.
The Daughters of America will ban
qnet on the 13tb. at Morris'a hall.
The Price library association have
placed an organ In their rooms. The
association is still forcing ahead and
is rapidly increasing in membership
The setting apart of Wednesday night
for ladies is something that the asao
eiation should be complimented for, as
it hows how they appreciate kind
ness for what they have done.
THIV HAD TO WAl K.
Young Paopli of IlonsdsI" Sleigh
Spertol tit llie .SVrmtbel Tribune.
BOKKSDALB, IV. Mar 2 -Miss St
phie Clark, of Cherry Hi Ige. entur
talued a party of young people that
drove out to her house but availing
Those who enjoyed the sleigh-rida ex
perienced some unpleasantness from
the hard snow balls of a score of town
urchins, and the dsep snow drifts on
the country roada. Twice the pirty
were compelled to get out and walk.
Tho party consisted of the Misses
Myrta woodward, Hue Jenkins, Char
lotte Mnlr, Louise Heft, Rena Tih
betts, Sadie ltay, Klvira Southwell,
Rena Keen, Cora Keen, Grace Whit
ney. Rortha Clark, and 1'. A. La ltarr,
Fred B Crossley, William Siurbiick,
Josie Crandall, Charles Durdick, Ed.
P. Clark, Professor llower, John Jen
kins and Ju l Curtia.
P. A La Darr gave a to;ut in honor
of the occasion which was heartily re ceived.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY
1 here lire hundreds of yoxms mow and young voinen in thit
country who have splendid ability, but thoy have never beuu
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Has been on Inspiration to hundreds of young people. If yon
arc tired of Inactivity and want to do lomething tangible
come to the College,
COMMON ENGLISH COURSE.
SHORTHAND outs,, p g W00D( proprietor
NEW YEAR OPENS JANDARY 1.
II - mrm
Importeti by Us direct from Saxony, Germany.
Sole Agents for Seranton.
A Beautiful Carpet Size Rue. made from -Bast
Mohair on Hand-Loom, soft but tough Mohair
Yarn, double tied into the back of the texture,
thus making its durability everlasting, the
more 30 as Mohair remains completely inacces
sible to moths or dust. The silk finish of the
"Mohair -Sultan" perfectly beat3 the genuine
Oriental Mohair Carpets and tha cost is but
We carry also a full line of
Some Cheap Snni.
Take a few cents' worth of bones ol
beef, slowly stew, add sonic salt, w!ixr
and mace, Thicken this with medium
sage Either carrots or onions, or both,
may be added. For the sago you may
Substitute several small suet bulls, and
so produce a different smi). If the broth
be made from mutton bonce instead of
he. f. salt, pepper and a very little oat
meal may be added, or a little pearl bar
Icy if the soup be for children.
Buy a bam bone, stew it well, add a
pint of dried pens, some mint, pepper,
salt, etc., to suit respective tastes. This
you will Bud very good, To any of the
above add any bonis remaining from
meat used in the house. Bits of gristle,
etc., are excellent helps in making a good
soup. In carving beef cut off the gristle,
lay it 011 the side of the dish and take
tare tu add it afterward to your soup.
Dr. EX Grewer
Ine Philadelphia Specialist,
And Ills Itafl of Ensllnh and Oct
man rarBMUM&aM uuw vurmaiioDtly lucatod
Temple Court Building
31 I SPRUCE ST.,
Whuro Uiay may lie coni,ultod DAILY AND
SI N DAV.
TllO iMctor I A ffiniliint r.t th. rti1rnr.,lff
Of Fnaafhraala, formerly demonstrator ot
pbyKiulogv and turnery at the Medico Cbir
Drifiral Colloue, of HiUdrljdil.i He 1 alao
an honorary n emlwr of the Medico -C'blrur-glcal
Aao:iatloD. anil naa phreknaa Hnd
urifeon in rhtef of the iinwt nited Amrican
and tlerman boapttMa, romos hlchly lndorneil
B 'ha leading profeaaofa of Philadelphia nl
HIk many vears of homtal ejtperienoa a
iblee this eminent physician nnd Burgeon t-
rorrertly alafOOM ami treat alt '. t rm es
and diee with tho most Haltering aiicroaa,
and fan lleh standing in the state will uot
all w him o aeeept anv inenrable cae
I nsl MAN lliiuli III - 10111 II
111 tkvi 111 Mit . mi i urn
Ifyoilbnve oeen KlViMi up ry your ihysl
tfan rail apod th" doctor and lie exiimiued.
lie rures the w orst caacof Nervosa Debility,
Borofola, I'M Hore ( atarTb. Piles. Femala
Weaknesa. A iT-oti., of th, Bar. Eye, Nnsa
and Throat, Aathmn. Tleafneai. Turaora. Tan
ceia and Crlptilee of every descript.on (.'on
lultation in Bngllab nnd Herman Frea. which
shall 1m con aiderinl sacred a:ul strictly coiitl-
unice Honrai n A. M. to o r. M. Daily.
Snnday, II it. lit. to ' p til.
Nothing can 1m prettier than a Neapol
itan candy, which is made by rolling out
six distinct layers of chocolate, orange,
vanilla, strawberry, mnplo and lemon,
mid laying them one on top of the other
and then cutting in squares and laying
on plates until dry. Sonielimes nuts are
placed on top and frequently nul creams
are snbatirntp I frtrthe lemon Invent
National Bank of Seranton
Sim. 1,. s. Beers
AN CUXiLlARY OHGAN IZITD.
Lsillea J-In 'ho BrottMfOOod of Rillway
Triil-man art t'eib nidnle.
f)rr,ni to the yrrnntnn IWSBaa
OABBoxDAtiB, Pa,, Uarsta 'J Yester
day afternoon an anxlllary was organ
izeii in the Old Fellows' hull on BeTlstn
nviniiie. It. 1H OODip iseil of traillttleu's
of Iras ami is mi sutltisry to .
llendri 'k I, nlge No. HI, llrothel liooil
of ltailway Traiuinvn The naiv lodga
is sailed "faithful Worknrs" No 71,
and has a charter Dambefihtp of twen
tv it'll' ladlna li'ollowlug ara Hie
..11 it shosau to Herri) for tha lint
Pas BtlstrSili Mrs. 0, A. Skoals;
mistress, Mrs 0, W. Iciwdon; vicc
nilatreis, Mra, Ruol Hmipton; trois
urer, Mrs. William Perry) Journal
agont, Mrs J. P. Thompson; conduc
tor, Mrs John Mass; warden, Mrs
Linwia llcalor; inside guard, Mrs John
Cornish; otitiidj guard, Mra. Charles
Tne work of completing tha organi
zation of thn now lodge vrai done in
the afternoon, and in the erening u
rery ploajiint time waa had at tho
Could Not Live Long
So Thought tho Neighbors
But Hood's SarRaparllln Porfoctly
Cured Muscular Rhcumntlsm.
"('. I. Hood & t o., Lowell, MiiHt.:
" I hail runs, it l;i r i lii'innullsin for twelve years.
I took many ii inoillos that were suggested, and
was trealml lor three niuntlH nt the hospital at
iiouiiebein, inii iiiti not reallis any relief, I'luaiiy
Idei Itled to try llnod't Sartiiiiailllu. Alter tak
ing ime hntttle I was surprised at Ita siu-iesH
t loiioueii tne
W. W WA'ISiiN, Vice President.
a II. 11.1. iams, CaabJor,
SAMcsit. IIiNra, JAMBS M F.vrnti tnT,
Ibtibo A F tNcn. PibbcbB, Kinikt,
.lost I'll .1 ,ll ItMVN. M S. K KM VII 111..
I HAS. 1' .11 A ITIIKWS. ,)ollV T I'll K 1 KIL
w, W w t taoa
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
nii'ii hiiiI Hi m tfi'iti n.lly.
In Various Sizes at the prices of Smyrna Rugs.
Real Daghestan Rugs, $9 Each,
Bokhara, Anatolian, Bahudurr and Kazae
KERR & SIEBECKER
CARPET AND CURTAIN DEALER.
406 and 408 Lacka Ave.
"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OP
THE RICHARDS LUMBER CO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
Tribune Art Feature
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be to neglect the iwsi opportunity yet offered, The ad
dition of the "Waoamaker" series makes it more valua
ble. Read new announcement ou page 7.
un ' ii' ii ami 11 lii'lni'il i Kilt
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frlrnds vviitultir itt the cIuuikr." Mln. L s.
ninns, wsattwrlx, PaDniyltrahla.
Hood's Pills "ire liver ills, cdiuttlpatlon,
blllousnuns, juumllce, slckhoadituhc, ludlucstluiv
Bank of Seranton.
OWt.ANIZKD 1ST J
Tlila linnk BShM to ilpiiiikltiiis i vi'iy
in. 1 1 ii, u in runted by ii" i balanoca imal-
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Special atti'iitltin M van to lnialnraa o
aeunta latoisMt uaia oa Umo dtpoaila,
WILLIAM I'ON'NKLU I'K'alihnt.
;i.o. B. catlin, Vloa-Prraldant.
WILUAH U. i'i:i k, Catblaa
wiiiuni Conaolli Qaoraa H. Call In,
Alfrnl llanil. Jttiiiea Anlilinlil, Hnry
llttllti, Jr.. Willi .in T. Smltli, Ltttlior
fisWanaVsJltjSftsBsflslnB vBsr JS 1 aVSL6 Mm
While we don't pretend to furnish a
wife, we'll do the next iest thinj; by furnish
ing your home complete from cellar to gar
ret, anil at a verj snnll easli outlay. Have
you e er teen the
One Antique Bar!
One Antique Drestcr
One Antique Wxshtand
Two Cane Chairs
One Plush Rocber
Marriage Made Easy M
Kfivn ' ui'ii t t'Miiitii i 1 million i nQKIBi
vxflt ift. ami ai ;i im sin in easn ouua . i lave bjm
St; Economy Bedroom Outfit? JM
One t.-wrl Rck BSakvfl
One Woven Wire Spring JBbH
One Husk a Cct. Mattress OeWi
Onr Pail Filli-ws tlStH
One Ingrain Carpet if ' . Tj
One lamp oi Toilet Set i.ilHH
IhSv An room Suits wsH