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THE SCRAINTTON TRIBUNE FRT DAT MOROTNO. MARCH 30. 1894.
Did You Ever K0dk l0ll
Buy Something S3 g
n , ,r toll you, "We can't
ion FooDd Yon ri j? m
buck, but we 11 let
I) i fin 't Wanf vu h,,v9 iom4"
have you been bothered what to tuke
instead, ami eventually got somathiiiK
you could just as well hare done with
out? If bo, you'll appreciate our of
We do not even r n..
care to know the JOf ADV FUI
rtason. That faet ,
that you want your (JSD IDSlt
money back is suf- v"uuu
ficient for us. We PfiAUflC 1 1 ri Q. 3 f
want your future HUlCD UllOUl-
SLS must isfactory from
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
THE NEWS OF
Samples and Prices!
Will Be Cheerfully Given.
The More Yon Compare
The More Money You Will Save
The More Business We Will Do
Here are a few of this week
Best Indigo Blue Prints 4 i-2c
Fast Color Outing Flannels 8c
Johnson's Fine Seersuckers 10c
Good Quality Check Nainsooks 6c
46-in. All Wool Blue Serge 50c
2x45 Linen Damask Towels 25c
Lace Insertion, newandstylish,5c
All Wool Shawls Forv;rmD8 98c
(Cream, White anl Pink only)
Gorman's Grand Depot
CLARKS GREEN NOTES.
Contributions frv.m Oar Corrsspondsnt in
the Fresh Air Regions.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Clark Grken, Pa., March 28
Prof H. H.Kate will preent the work
ings and needs of th Wyoming semin
ary on Sunday evening next at the
Methodist Episcopal church,
Andrew Suiter will occupy the home
vacated by Wm. .Smith belonging to
J C. Hinging.
Electric Star lodrje, No. 490, Inde
pendent Ord-r Odd Fellows, will hold
thiir election of oflicers on Saturday
N'athan Callander, jr., is suffering
from a very severe strain of the hand,
reeeivfd from an effort in trying to
save him?elf from a fall.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Lutscy visited
friends at Lenoxville recently.
Rev. Qt, D Moore commenced spe
cial irtvival services at the Summit
on Snnday eve last and will
continue during th wek. Mnch in
terest is beiiiK manifested. Upward!
of a dozen souls have r-nwed their
covenant and started for the Kingdom,
whose makr and builder is Ood, and
welcomes all who will come.
Miss NhIIkj Lutsey is ataying with
friends in Scanton.
Leroy Welch of Nicholson is visiting
his sister, Mrs Ellworth Mead, at the
Oi 13. Bartlett now ocenpies the
Rhodes House on Summit avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Chapman spent
Sunday with friends in Scanton.
Mrs. Cora Lewis, who has been visit
ing at tue liome of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Orlando Chapman, returned
to her home in lie tit on on Tuesday
J. H. Wood, of Wyoming Seminary,
spent Sunday with J. B. Austin.
Mrs. Huldah Wetherby, of Scott,
spent a few days with W. S. Frace re
cently. Miss Celestia Wetherby visited her
many friends on Monday last.
Mrs. M. L Bevan is now renovating
her residence with paper and paint.
The interment of the remains of
the late Mrs. C. S, Brownell will take
pla.ee here on Friday afternoon.
Interesting Itama Concerning the VLovt
merits of Waynn'a Beat People.
Special to the Scranton Tribune,
HoNKSbAi.i:, Pa., March 29. Hon.
James C, Birdsall has been appointed
director of the Ilonesdnle National
bank in rjlace of lion. John Torrey, de
ceased. The fair of the Germnn Lutheran
church continues to be largely patron
ized. The hall was crowded last even
ing. On account of the temporary absence
of Rev. V. H. Berghaus, Rev. John
N. Lewia, jr., of St. George's church,
New York city, will officiate in Grace
chnrch next Sunday.
Otto L. Schneller and W. J. Reif
both contemplate opening their new
shoe stores on Saturday.
W. M. Gardner was in Scranton to
day. Electric Hitters.
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who have usod Electric Bitters
sing the same fong of praise.-A purer
medicine does nntexiar, and it is guaran
teed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bittern will cure all disoases of the Liver
and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Bolls,
Salt Rheum and other affections caused by
impure blood.- Will drive Malaria from
the system and prevent ae well as euro all
Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache,
Contispation and Indigestion try Electric
Bitters Entile satiBlactlou guaranteed,
or money refunded. Price 50 ct. and II
oer bottle at Matthews Bros., Drug store.
Out of town oomtponQeutt) ofTat this
Data should alia their names In full t. n
newsletter! not for publication uut to ituarJ
k'uiust docei'tiou. J
Faragraphe of General Interest Concern
lng Monroe's Capital.
Special to Oka Scranton Tribune.
STBOUDSBCRO, Pa,. March 29 A. M.
Palmer is in New York city attending
a three days' convention of the Phi
Frsd. H. Peters, son of Georgo W.
Peters, of Middle Stattbfifld, lies ac
cepted a position as collector for the
Passenger Railway company
Prof. Kemp, of tho Normal school,
delivered a lecture in the Roformed
church Wed'io-iday evening
Arthur Storm, son of Hon. John B.
Storm, spent Sunday with his parents.
Mr Storm has taken up architecture.
Mrs Emanuel Altemose will open a
restaurant in the building adjoining
Mrs. Catherine Bowden, who has
been boarding for a year, will resume
housekeeping this spring, Her sister,
Mrs. Valentine, will live with her.
The Easter services at the different
churches were unuinally impressive.
The sermons preached by tho several
pastors were especially appropriate.
The music was excellent.
The. Epworth league held a sunrise
prayer service Easter morning.
Miss Ella M. Isett is visiting friends
and relatives in tbs vicinity of Phila
delphia. It is expected that passenger trains
will ie run on the W ilkes-Barre and
Eastern railroad about June 1.
Very few rafts will be sent down the
Delaware river turn year as compared
with former years.
Musselmuu and Reimer have bean
makiug improvements in their cigar
store and workshop. They now have
quite a large store.
Ex-Couctry Treasurer Morris Nau
man, has ratnrned to his farm in Jack
sou, after a three yeara residence in
E Howard Bell and William Brown
started Tuesday morning on an ex
tended trip to Buffalo, New Haven and
Miss Elith Meixeell. of Wilkei
Birre, who is well known in Strouds
bnrg, is taking a tonne in surgery in a
female hospital iu Philadelphia
Lsyton M. Scbocb, who baa been tnk
ing a course in pen art work, drawing
nnd ornamental peDmanship at Ztne
rian Art college, Columbus, O., re
turned home Saturday, and has taken
his old position at the Standard Manu
facturing company as stenographer
Wednesday morning a mustang
driven by Raymond Le, ran away,
The animal was under control until the
wheels of the wagon caught in a post,
throwing Lee ont. No serious damage
was done. The mustang was caught
some distance out of town.
Stepheu Jackson, a colored man. who
seriously assaulted Frank A Miller, of
Middle Smitbfield township, a short
timo ago, was sentenced to one year in
the penitentiary by Judge Craig Wed
The license court granted the follow
ing new hotel lic-ntes to William C.
LsBar, Delaware Water (rap; Nathan
Smale, Polk; James E. Doney, Toby
hannn, V. U. Merwine and William
Heimbach, '1 nnkiiannock. Wholesale
liceuses were granted to Eugene J.
Schwarz, East Stroudsburg, and Henry
Palmer & Coolbaug recently sold
two more lots on Columbia avenue.
Tbty also sold a prop-rty belonging to
Valentine Kantz's estate, to Jesse Shoe
maker, of Milford.
The present session of the normil
school has more stn dents enrolled than
In Holland, Mich,, ('. J. Doesbnry pub
lishes the News, nnd in its columns
Strongly recommends Dr. Thomas' Klec
tric Oil for coughs, colds, sore thront, ca
tarrh and asthma.
FOREST CI TV SLIVERS.
All the News From a Live Town That
Should Belnrg to Lackaw t nna,
Special to the Scianttm Tribune.
Fokest City, Pa., March 29. Bert
W Blakeslee. who has lieen a;endtu
his K-ister vacation with his parents, lu
this place, returned to the Uuiver.ot .
of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia this
H M. Kennedy, formerly of Pleasant
Mount, has removed to this place.
An evening in Johnstown before and
after the Hood will be given by Henry
E Rees, a survivor of the flood toulglit
and tomorrow night. Admission,
children, B cents, adults, 10 cenls. A
choice nnmbar of views will be shown
The following Carbondslians were iu
town today: M F. O'Boyle, D. Madi
gin and Cliurlei Keanns.
Edward Cony, of (Jnlondalt), was in
town today looking after bis interests
Howard P. Johns has recovortd from
bis recent sickness so us to be able to
he around the house.
Bnptrlntendtnt W. A. May. of the
Ilillaide Cosl and Iron company, of
Scranton, made his official visit to the
Hillside collieries in this place today.
S. S. Seuinans, of Scranton, was a
Forest City visitor todav.
Butcher John L Westgate was in
Carbondaloon business today.
Tint TRIBOMI records alt tho local
ovsntB. Subscribe for it.
The Epworth league held an enjoy
able session last evening. An Interest
ing debate as to whether secular ques
tions should be debated iu church was
the feature. Among those participating
in the debate were: F. J. Osgood, L. 11.
May, O. F. Peasnall. Rev. J. EL Hogan,
W. A. Price, John M. Brown, Mr.
Wells and Benjamin Maxey. The de
bate on Napoleon was chanfed slightly
ho as to read: ' Resolved, That Napo
leon Bonaparte Was a Character to Bo
H. D. Mitchell's horse, while stand
ing at the Erie station this morning,
took a run, but was easily caught be
fore much damage was done.
A warm sugar party was held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Ballard
last evening in honor of Miss Inn
Weed. An enjoyable time was bad.
Among those present were Miss Lizzie
Moyle, of Moscow, and the lilaiei Jen
nie Smith. Lsnn Royn ildl, Louise
WistuMte, Edith Brown, Maine Brown,
Btrtha Dunn, Lizzie Hoar, Minnie
llayden. Pearl G ird, Susie Randall,
ftwente Griffiths, Miss Kennedy, Rene
Pentecost, Myrtle Alexander and the
Muses Conrtneys, Messrs Samuel J
Jennings, W. A. Price, Pred Reynold,
Warner Btldd, Ed. Hofton, .)ains Jen
nings, Archie Pentecost, Stnnby Evans,
William Jennings, Jr., George Hortnn,
Thomas Hnrria, Austin Ballard, Ed.
Randall, Benj, F. Maxey nnd oth-rs
Mr. and Mrs Bill .inland Miss Weed
intend noting to Uoiondaie next week.
Wo will be sorry to lose them.
D. E Evans, of Gibson, tp nt last
evening in town
Mrs. Harriot Bell, widow of .lames
Boll, died last night of general debility
at her residence on Main street above
the Clifford breaker. Funeral sarvics
will he held in Christ BplscopAl church
on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Deceased leaves two daughters, Elea
nor and Ssrah A Bell.
John Biggio, the popular confec
tioner, was in Stroudsbury vosterday.
He thinks of sturtiug a store iu the lat
A large hanging lamp on the Hill
side Coal and Iron ootnpnny fire departs
mailt exploded lust evening as Chris
Wirts was in the act of lowering the
wick. With great presence of mind
Mr. Wirtz pulled ihe lamp dowu nud
threw it outdoors.
Brilliant Wedding Personal and Otbr
Special to the Scrontun Tribune.
Muosu', Pa., Marco 30. Married, at
the Methodist Episcopal parsonage,
March 2d, John Bussard and Miss Ala
Bcntt, both of this place.
Mrs. David Shirra, of South Scrau
son, visited yesterday at the home of
her brother, Robert Batinie, of Brook
Yesterday morning at S.15 o'clock at
the Methodist Episcopal parsonage,
Alexander McKeuzie and Miss Jessie
Beunie were united in marriage. Rev ,
J. L. Raoe performed the ceremony.
Robert Bennie attended the groom and
Miss Minnie Bouse the bride. The
bride wore a dress of hunters graan
and carried a boquet of whito carna
tions. The bridesmsid was dressed iu
olive green and carried carnations. Af
ter the ceremony the bridal party was
driven to the home of the bride's
brother, Robert Bonnie, where the im
modiite friends partook of an elegant
wedding breakfast. The couple left
on the 11 o'clock train for a short wed
ding tour. On thsir return they will
reside on Brook street.
Archie Young is on the sick list.
Dished Up for Tribune Rsaders la Enter
The funeral of William Gilmartin, of
Taylor, yesterday morning, was one of
the largest ever held from St. Joseph's
Mrs. Kate Lodon, of Stafford street,
caused the arrest of Joseph Lydon, I.er
tenant, for threats against her life
Tne warrant was sworn out before Al
derman u tiara and a hearing was
given Lvdon Inst night. He was put
under ;'J0 to appear at conrt.
Various News Topics Dlacussed In Brief
Special tu the Scranton Tribune.
OaRBOKDALB, Pa, March 29. --Mr
and Mrs. George Smith, who have been
the guests of Mr. an I Mrs L. A, Bss
sett, returned home to Rochester, N.
Y., this morning.
Dr. M. J. Shields, of Jermyn, was a
visitor in this city today.
E. C. Harnden has removed his fam
ily into one of the now houses reoently
built by Reese Hughes on Salem ave
nue. J. D. Partell returned homn this
morning from a visit with his parents
James C'lift nnd llis Lmretta Dor
little, both of this 'place, were married
yesterday iu Scranton by Rev. J. C.
Collins, pastor of the Scrnnton Street
William Hull anl Thomas Monk.
Jr., were arrested yesterday, charged
with having attempted to burn the
residence on corner of Washington
street and Tenth avenue, occupied by
John Phillips nnd family, in the night
of February II) They had a bearing
this efternoon before Alderman Jones,
and in default of bail were Committed
to the county jail. Officer McAudrew
io-,k th pair to Scranton this afternoon
i tne Delaware and BndsOD train,
having hero at o'clock.
At the council meeting last evening
P. F Moflltt was re-elected lire chief
of our city fire department. II i had
one more vote than Abo Sahain, who
was the other candidal 9,
Miss Lillian Baker entertained the
members of her Sabbath school cIhss
at her home on Church street last eve
ning. Mr. and Mrs. E K Morss and son
Kendall arrived in this city yesterday
from OcOperitOWn, N. Y. , where they
have been guests at the Hotel End
more during the winter months They
will soon occupy timir Lakeside cot
tnge at Crystal lake.
Mrs. William agar, of South Chnrch
street, is viHitiug relatives in Will....
iiinl himsii us a rots the
young woman who toots
iii her ayttorn With Doc tor
Pierce's favorite Proscrip
tion. It Is a certain euro
for nil the nib its peculiar
n us tieuuat organisation
n women. II i.. perfistlv
wile m soy oondlUon of
the nvatem nnd always
reliable, regulating tho
dehente organs to pre
term tholr unrii Mtn
Icssly. Woman have
sallow facet, dull ey..H
hollow cheeks, aud
low tnirltt. M hen
they are made mitornblo with dltCfUtrt, do
rangcmenhi anawoaknesses peculiar to iheir
sex. Health is regained, niter periods f
dizainess, nervous prostration, pain uud tx
dtabiiity, or other manifestations of di
rangemtnt or dhipUottnent of the womanly
organs, when tho V Prescription " in used.
OR ItlONEY RETURNED.
DUN MORE DOINGS.
Km of a Day's Happenings la Scran-
ton'n HuetUug Suburb.
Sjtecial to the Scranton Tribune.
Dunmoru, Pa., March 29 - -The regu
lar monthly of the borough council
will be held at the town hall on Mon
day evening nud promisee to be a busy
session. The election of a borough
secretary, which has caused a dead
lock since the organization of the. bodv.
will bo definitely settle .1 if thure is a
quorum prrlvnt, which thero probably
will b on account of the importance of
the meeting The mnibrs have hold
several OOnforenOM among themselves,
and it is thought that aome delinite
Understanding that. will break the dead
lock on the secretaryship aud lianuouy
once more restored.
The tchool board1 will also meet in
regular session on Monday evening.
Nooiieahould miss witnessing the
production of the drama. "The En
chanted Bleep," Bt tho Odd Fellows'
hall this evening. Tho young la.lius
efforts will be for tne ikr of charity,
m l the entertainment should be liber-
r. '1 Bone haa removed to the hand
tome residence at the corner f Cherry
and Blukely streets. The home on
Drinker street lately oconpled by him
has been purchased by Assistant Pas
senger Agent J. C. Moffat.
The 100 in gold which was chanced
off at the Brother of Railroad Train-
men's fair on Tuesday night was won
by William Dowd, The badge offered
to the member telling the largest mini
her of tickets was presented to bis
father, James Dowd.
Mrs. James Tailor nnd Mrs. Mort
Simmons are confined to theit homes
Elsie Close returned to New York
city on Tuesday.
ihn only error in the organization of
the now health board wat the failure
to divide the borough into health dis
tricts. Burgess Duggun was not pres
ent on the evening tho appointments
were made and the error was merely s
trifling oversight of the council and
does not effect the legalitv of the ap
pointment of health officer!, The
borough will be dividend into districts
Willinm Miller, n brake man on the
Delaware, Lackawanna nud Western
railroad and a resident of this place,
was slightly injured by huing tqueesirj
between the cars yesterday forenoon.
The accident occurred at Portland
when he waa In the act of coupling
cars. He was brought to bis home at
this pltce aud although he is injured
inwardly, there is no serious effects an
ticipated lira, L. R. fowler is visiting in Mo
hawk, N. V.
Conucilman Hugh Burke left for
England on Tuesday lor a protracted
stay. Mr. Burke will travel in the in
terest of a patent post turner, tho patent
of which he controls.
Samuel Cole has purchased a house
on Brook street, where ho will remove
to at an early date. The residence in
which he now lives will be occupied by
The following offi -ers bare bean
elected by Duumore lodge No. 810,
Independent Order Old Fellows.,
to servo during the ensuing
term1 Noblo grand, Henry Kizer; vice
grand, E Iward Angwin, jr., assistant
secretary, Fred Nlckertoo; trustee,
(eighteen mouths) Peter Seigle.
Geoige Evans, of Hyde Park, was a
visitor in town last evening.
Mrs, McDouongh, daughter Tessie
and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Walsh attended
the funeral of Thomas McDonnell at
AOOLf LtALLOZ, carriage manufacturer
119 Carroll street, Buffalo, N. Y , states:
I was troubled with nausea of the stom
ach, sick headache and gcnornl debility.
Burdock's Blood Bitters cured me.
ought to be fat. Thoy are
sickly when thin and thin
when their food does not
8 e47 l iTl AQ
tne cream' dt Cod-liver Oil
and hypophosphltes, makes
babies fat and well, strength
ens growing children and
nourishes mothers. Physicians,
the world over, endorse it.
Don't be deceived by Substitutes!
EVtPatttd by Scot A IWikuo. Ha Y. All I'ruggiatt.
e have the hand
somest line of Parlor
and I )rawing Room
ever shown in this
state and wc would
like you to see it.
ni nnn ihaiiiiimi'-''ii 1
OtJy, tn-lrr innrnritT, t i.r.l by :aw .'( c tl.
KRmpmllttl l) (.gej b ok ill'MtnlKl (roni
lITef rrn ti iif r'iire. fr . nm I Wlntn UsA Htriut;
and MDmiryful, (hit Mnolr Romtvjv
I iwemivajiy cure. wm Kt'.ir.iii (, lblriti. III
. HOW Te MAKE MONEY
J. IU Douglass
Dyspepsia and Catarrh of
the Stomach Cured.
'"C I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"Qenttenen -t was troubled with dyspepsia
tad catfrrh ol the Stomach for over a year.
I could not eat the least thiuir without
Much Untold Misery.
i took medicine ol different doctors but received
niiy slight benefit I began taking Hood's Bat
saporllla lust winter ami from thu lecetfd
lay 1 noticed an Improvement .My stomach
'id not sour nor my food rise nor distress
me. 1 have taken tur bottles up to this
'mill mill have gained several pounds in Hcsh.
My frioncN all speak about
rly Improvod Looks
and tay they never saw me looking so well.
When they ask What I am taking, my reply
toiill is. Mood's Barsaparllla." John li. Doua
i.ass, ol tho linn ol Douglass & Belknap, grocer
ies and provlilnns, Hallstead, Penntylvanla.
Hood's Pills net easi'v, v i (,r ,iiiitlj and
efBolently, un the ihcr and bowels, v.
Dr. B. Grewer
Tbe Philadelphia Fpecialist,
And his tMoelated Hair of Euallsh and Oer
man i'lijslclaus.aro uuw permaaeoUl located
Temple Court Building
.11 1 RPRUCE ST.
Where they may lw consulted DAILY AND
The Doctor Is graduate 0t thn tTnlvorsity
OI reupajrlvaala, formerlr demonstrator of
pnysiolivv and eurKerv at the lledk-o-Chlr-nrKical
College, of Pliilndelphia. He Is also
aii honorary n-emhor of the Medico Chirur
sicai Association, and was phyidelaa ud
Biirdeon in chief nf the most noted Amricaa
ami Oermah botpitala, comes hiithiy Indorsed
by the leading .rotts.-.ors of Philadelphia and
New 1 orlc.
His many yenrs of hospital cxperinnoe en
ables this emineiit pbyalolan ana suiueon to
correctly diagnose and treat all deformit.es
and diseases with the must tWtterina: success,
and his hih etaiuliiu; in the statu will not
allow him o accept nnv incurable cass
LOST MAMIimM) HKsTUKKD
WEAKNESS Of YOUVG MKN CURED
11 you have rsen mven up oy your physi
cian call upon the doctor and lie riamliied
He dims th worst casosof Nervous Debility.
HcrofuK Old Sores, Catarrh, Piles, Kemala
Wiakness. Aifectlona of tho Ear. Eve. Noso
and Throat, Aathma, Deafness. Tumors, ("sn
eers and Cripnles of eTry description 0 in
snltatlon in Kn.-lish and Oerman Free, which
f hall 1st considered sacred ami strictly coull-
llfltee Hours: 0 A.M. to P Bg. Dally.
Bnoday, o a.m. to p m.
Bank of Scranton.
statement Fib '.'S . I ft 04, culled for by
III.- (omptroii,-i-nf tii,. Cnrrenoy.
in Mil K KS,
Loans SI, 910,340 oo
United Mules Bonds ho.oiio.oi)
Other llonds 61 8,57ft yn
llaiiklui; House !iH,0T4.IA
Premintns on r. s. Bonds.. 043 ?r
Dm-from r. s. Treasurer .... 7.600.00
Dne from itunkH 908,410.73
Catli I4ii ,640.54
Mu plus R40i.000.00
Undivided Proflta tin lap on
ii Idenda I npatd 3114 .mi
Depoalta.' 1,504,000 54
line Iu Hanks 00 :t(10.no
SK, 301,550. 60
WILLIAM C ONM rresldrnt.
UKO, ll. . n l. Vlco-President
WILLIAM II 1K K. ( ashler
AVIIIiiiin Connell, Gooraro tf. utilo,
Alfred Hand, Jamse Arclibald, Henry
Hello, Jr., William T. Muith, Luthor
This hunk oilers lo depositors every
InoIIH) warranted by their oalanoes, luiel
o. ... ii 1 1 , i responsibility.
Speelal attention given to business ac
counts. Interest paid OH I hue de posits.
Bavin? secured Iho BBOBIKG POROBof
willtntn moiuo iV s it for u pernunent batl
nt'MH itatids l (-ImiII conduct kkicntlllo and
PAtuoloiHceal bbofinn lot' tint Proventlon( Be
lief end uuie of Lenioneti hiuI otbor impe)i
utentelu tbe noveuic nt vt Horeei incMontni
or due t.i innnTtctM inorlngi l i.nU civo th
uoi-k my penooel ettentl n end ituerentee no
extre onergeexoept for tntitovctncut Lene
iiphh, ot'., will be t roe ted isftornooue. a free
rllnlr mul itriifofHitnial mhiro Ktvoti every
nondey from i to . i. m.
JOHN HAMLIN, D. V. S.
MARCH 30, 1894.
Your choice of three beautiful
pictures, "Telephone Girl," "l)e
livering CliriHtimw I'icscnts''
and "Maidens Swiuging." Send
by nuiil or messenger or bring
coupons like thisof three dill'er-
ent dates, with 10 cents, stamps
or coin, to
Cor. Peun Ave. and Spruce ttt
Tberoare hundveds,of young men and young women In tuli
country who have splendid ability, but they huro never been
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Has been an insplratiou to hundreds of young people. If you
are tired of inactivity and want to do boiuethiug tangible,
conic to (he College.
COMMON ENGI4HH COUHHB.
vm"SK F. E. WOOD, Proprietor.
All wool. Kx i
tin Super, yard
wide, usually j
75e. and 80c,
We still have a lew
patterns left of the
40c. Tapestry Brussels.
Chenille Curtains, $3.25.
(An unusual bargain.)
Extra heavy and extra
Imported Tapestry, Satin
Derby, Satin Damasks,
Satinette Fringed, l'j yds.
Holland Shades, fringed,
Hartshorn Rollers, 50c.
each; usual price, 05c
406 and 408 Lackawanna Ave.
The most complete
in the market.
Hull & Co.
205 AND 207 WYOMiHG AVE.
"No star was ever lest we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OF
THE R1GHARDS LUMBER CO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
AT OUR STORES
MARCH 31, BETWEEN 3 AND 6 P. M.
THE PUBLIC INVITED
ENTERING OUR FIFTH YEAR of a happy and sue
cessful business relation with the kind and appre
ciative housekeepers of Scranton and vicinity, and
in order to show our appreciation in a substanti"
manner, we will distribute
$1,000 IN PRIZES
To promenadera On this day. Our stores iil be decorated lor the 04 1
easion and our Elegant New Spring Stock Will bo displayed.
Bauer's Grand Orchestra
WiLL furnish ivi u sic.
Prizes Displayed in our Show Windows.
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