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THE RGB ANTON TREB CHIVIS-TH U'ltSDA'Y" MOKJVlNGr. J OTTE 7, I84.
OUR FASHION MONTHLY,
Describes and contains the
Leading Fashions, Latest
Dress Materials, Stories, An
ecdotes, Humorous Illustra
tions, Valuable Information.
Elevating and Pleasing Read
:ng for the Home. GIVEN
AWAY to those who call for
it at our store.
Bound at the end of the
year, will make a book of
three hundred and eighty
four pages or more, with
about five hundred illustra
tions describing gowns for
calling, shopping, weddings,
receptions, balls, parties and
other occasions. Every lady
wishing to be well dressed,
and dressed economically,
should have it
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For cleansing Kid Gloves,
White Shoes, Silks, Laces,
Woolen Goods, Carpets, &c.
Instantly removes spots or
stains without injury to the
Mro, Catharine Cirroll, tlio mother
of P. A. Carrol, the South Main street
merchant, died yesterday morning at
an early hour at the n;e of 05 yearn.
Mrs. Carroll was brn in Ireland
and hoi been a resident of Car
hondale for the pust forty-seven years.
Funeral will he held Friday.
The remains of the infant dnuihter
? Mr. and Mrs Morgan Hu.rhes were
!terred in Madowood cemetery yes
er lay morning.
Philip Berrymnn, of Oneonta, N, Y.,
arrived iu tins city yesterday afternoon
to make a short visit with trianda.
Miss Eva Kiys, of Scranton, was the
(jnest of friends in this city yesterday.
A pleasant time was bad at the Kp
worth league enti-rtuintnent in the
Methodist church last evening.
One hnndred and twenty dollars was
added to the building fund of the Trin
ity church as a result of the Brownies'
entertainment, which was given in the
Opera house under the auspices of the
Young People's guild of that church.
At tho directors' meeting of the
Bperl Heater company, Tuesday after
noon, the mecbnnloal engineer of the
oompany submitted a draught of tho
proposed main shop to be built on
Dnndaff street. The plans call for a
building 30 by 58 feet inside. The
building will be of brick with blue
stone trimmings and a slate roof.
Miss Sadio Lewis received ill prise
given at the crayon soci 1 1 under the
uuapicea of the Baptist Christian En
deavor society in the chapel on Tuns
day evening. It was a pretty Christian
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Col well, of Jer
sey City, are now residing In this elty
at the borne of Mr. aud Mrs. Qeorge
Kelly, of Lincoln avenue.
F. Brown, of the firm of Bell &
Brown, will soon commence the or -c-tion
of a pretty home on his recently
purchased property on Wayne street.
On June 19 will occur tho formal
opening of the new pari; and picnic
grounds erected by the Traotiou com
pany at Mayfiold.
Miss Eva Budd has returned homo
from a visit with Scrauton friends.
Yesterday the Manville family took
up their residence in their laminar
cottage at Farview.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Cair and son Orin,
of Scrantoe, spent Sunday with Mr.
nd Mrs. W. F. Clements.
Mrs. William Brown and sister, Mrs.
Wardell, are In Brooklyn visiting Mrs.
Brown's son, Rev. L. E. Brown.
The ladies of the Women's Relief
corps did quite well in spite of the rain
on Memorial Day. They realized about
Mrs. George Rhoados, of Gouldsboro,
spent Thursday with Mrs. Wlllium
Mrs. M. J. Scull, of Tnnkhannock, is
visiting relatives in town.
There will be a sooial at ;he home of
Mrs. Dr. Lamereauz on Friday night
under the auspicus of the Carpet band.
Mrs, Conningham spent part of last
week with her daughter, Mrs. Moni
hnn, of Tobyhnnna.
The stereopticon show on Monday
night whs not very largely attend d.
Mrs. Dr, Gardiner aud Mid Ruth
Gardiner went to Soranton Wed uns
ay. Fatal neglect is little short of suicide.
The cousoquouces of neglected cough are
ton well knowu to need repeating. Dr.
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures a cougb
promptly, Rold by all dealers ou a guar
antee of satisfaction.
Lehigh Valley pahgr train which
leaves Avoca at 4 55 struck and in
stantly killed an unknown a short
distance above the Lackawanna and
Bloomsburg junction. The train wss
stopped aud tbo body placed on board.
Upon arriving at the junction the body
was placed iu the freight houso to
await idntiUcation. T he coroner Was
uotilied, but had not arrived up to 9
ociock last evening. The dad man
was about 35 years of age and was
dressed in tho garb of a man looking
David Powers, the well-known hotel
man, is suffering from an injury re
ceived while in Plymouth Tuesday. In
jumping from an electric oar ho tore
thi ligaments of his right knee. Dr.
Smith, of Plymouth, attended him,
after which ho was rmoved to hi
home in thin place.
A mass meeting under the auspices
of the citizen's committee will ho held
io Keystone. The object of tho matt
ing ia todliCUSI the proposed improve
ment of our business thoroughfares.
The St. John's Total Abstinence so
ciety will give their annual excursion
to Lake Ariel on July 19. There will
be athletic contests.
Joseph Callahan, aged 13 years, whs
admitted to tho hospital late Tuesday
evening suffering from u crushed leg
snstaiuod while at work in No. 15
shaft during tho afternoon.
The High School commencement ex
ercises held in Music Hall were fully
up to the standard of previous years.
An explosion of gas in Hoyt uliaf t
Tuesday morning, burned four work
men. Charles Tisohler and Joseph
Fairclough.both ofHatntown, werucry
PBUiy burned about the head and face;
Thomas Hall anil Richard Bowden,
both of Plainsville, painfully but not
seriously burned about tho face. The
accideut occurrod whilo the men were
placing a brattice in position. Their
injuries are not serious,
Tiie funeral of Patrick Burns. of Port
Griffith, who was killed Tuesday at
sbat No. 5 by a fall of rock, will he
held this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Intor
ment in Market Street cemetery, The
deceased was an uncle of B. J. Burus,
well known undertaker.
Over 200 huudred delegates held their
annual county convention of the An
ciout Order of Hibernians Board of
Erin, iu St. Aloysius hall yesterday.
Elie opening sessian was held at 10
o'clock, William Loughrey, the county
delogute, presiding. Various commit
tees wore appointed, reports submitted,
ana other routine work disposed
of, and at 12 o'cleck the con
vention adjourned until 2 o'clock
At the afternoon session a com
mittee on resolutions compiisiug
Dr. Smythe, of Plymouth; Attorney
Tborne, of Wilkes-Barre, and Miobael
Hlugintf, of Pittaton, was appointed.
The committee offered a resolution
that was unanimously passed recom
mending the consolidation of the two
orders. The election of officers for the
ensuing year resulted as follows:
County delegate, William Loiwliney;
recording secretary, John F. Neary,
Pittaton; financial secretary, James
Gibbons, Miners; treasurer, Michael
Moon, of Avoca. The session ad
journed at 7 o'clock.
The Pittston Steel Range company
has organized by electing tho following
officers for the ensuing year: President,
Dr. J. C. Reap, vice president, M. N.
Donnelly ; secretary aud treasurer, G.
B. Reap; manager, James Kennedy;
foreman, John Drown. There are 200
shares of stock at $50 per nhare.
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Jones died Tuesday night.
Funeral this uftornoon.
The members of the Exchange ciub
ezpeot to occupy their billiard room
Saturday night. It will bo some time
before the remainder of tho rooms will
be in readiness for occupancy.
The Phillips Brooks Memorial cIiifs
of Grace church Sunday school, will
give an ico cream and strawberry
festival in tbo ltcture room, Thnrsday
The Red Hen of Honeadale and Haw
ley, will run a union picnic and excur
sion to Lake Ariel, June 17.
A fair and strawberry festival will
b held in the Presbyterian church
JnnnS, A farce entitled ''Rice Pad
ding" will be given.
The early closing movement inaugu
rated by the clerks of Honesdale a few
weeks ago, went into effect last night,
All the stores, excepting the dry goods
and a few others, closed their doors at
7 p. m. sharp Commencing Thursday,
July 5, Meaner & Co, and Katz & Co.
will close at 0 p in,
Yesterday's Tribune mentioned an
Kocldent which happened to a horse
owned by N. T. aud G, V. Whitney.
Tim horse was the proprty of Whitney
A new sprinkler has been put on the
fountain in Park Lako. It is a decided
A number of property owners on np
par Main strcot are setting their curb
ing out to the new line recently ntnb
lished. Thn broad green space between
the sidewalk and curbing certainly is
very charming in appearance.
Blakley school board elected the fol
lowing officers last Monday evening:
President, John D. Peck; secretary,
Elwin H. Ritter; treasurer, Monroe
Mm. R. B. Davey, of Beech Lake,
visited her brother, G.orge Treverton,
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Barnes,
a young daughter; also a son to Mr!
and Mrs George Woodhridge, both of
L vi Stage made a business trip to
Mrs. Frank Iienncoutcr is visiting
her parents at Clifford.
A picnic will be held in the grove
back of E. W. Sqnier's residence July
4. under the auspices of the Ladies'
Aid society of the Methodist Episcopal
churoh. Ice cream, oranges, bananas,
etc., will be served as well as tho more
The employes nf the Grassy Island,
Delaware and Hudson, received their
Miss E. E. L,eab, of Providence, was
a caller In town'thia week.
W. S. Vail and Misses Addio and
Edith Hooper, of Scranton. were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Harding
Stated by H. B. Cochran, druggist,
Lancaster, Pa. : Have guaranteed over 800
bottles nf burdock Blood Hitters for dys
pepsia, snnr stomach, bilious attacks, liver
aud kidney trouble.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Erk are spending
a few day in Como, Wayne county.
The marriage of Mary Jane Ohlmact
to John Stirn took plaoe at the home of
the bride last eveninir, Rev. Charles
Lee, of Carbondnle, officiated.
The funeral of Mis. David D.ivies
will take place nt 2 p. m. today from
the Congregational church.
A Hungarian laborer was killed in
tne peW shaft of ti e Hillsl.li Coil an i
Don eonipiiny yesterday forenoon
A'l.ttutuerol our ilueirtloti tlly in
dium people attended the uouiiamoe-
ment exrcisu at Mayfield yesterday
Charles C. Taylor, of Tompkinsville
Georire M. Patterson, of Caroondale,
aud E A. Schott, of Now York, were
Jermyn visitors yesterday.
This evening at Gilniore hall Rose of
Lackawanna loau. No. 30, Loyal
Knights, will celebrate their seventh
The new piper which was to make
its uebtit in this place has, we under
stand, been abandoned.
The congreeatioa of St. Thomas'
church will hold their annual picnic in
sylvan grove on duly 4. Preparations
for it will be made as soon as possible
and it will undoubtedly bo as pleasant
. t .i i. ... . r
an auair mis year as it lias bvon here
tofore. Harold, son of Professor and Mrs
R, N. Davis, is sick,
The bos- company will run an excur
sion to Farview on .Inly 25
Councilman Lane and Thomas Sid
don, of Hill street, aro ou tho jury this
The Traction company is rapidly
pushing wora on its extension. Tho
polos aro being erected and the truck
has been graded nearly the entlro dis
tance. Tho line to Blakely will cer
tainly be in operation betoro the 15th
lhere is no lessening of interest in
the campaign of the Democratic can
didates for the nomination for assem
blymen from the Fourth district. Three
of Arsbbald s tavortto sous are being
named for the office and all are making
noris io secure the restive delegate.
Eich one seems coniileut that ho Will
be nominated, but it is likely that
neither will bo if all remain in tbo
field. Friends of the candidates are
anxious for a compromise that will
have the elfect of uniting the Archbnld
delegates, and it is not unlikely that
such an agreement will be reached be
fore the convention.
A large number of young people from
ima piac wHiiesgsu uio marriage of
Miss Mamie Olmicht. of Jermr-u. to
John Stirn, of Carhoudalo. at the
home of Leo Olmsclit. in Jermvn. last
evening. Bnh parties formerly lived
tn this borough Their many friends
here will wish thorn much succeis .lur
ing their married life.
Archbald lodge of Odd Felloes will
meet this (Thursday) oveuiiiL' at 7.3d
o'clock. All meinbji's aro requested to
oe ou unnii.
Tho board of health "began its work
on June 1st. Already four houses
have been placarded on account of con
tagions diseases, scarlot fever beine
complaint in each cose. If anv
complaints as to nuisances are to bo
made, those who desire them abated
must fill out ono of the blauk forms to
bo hud from any member of the board
und present it to tne board or the
health orucer. The board is prepared
to do all it can that will tend to im
prove the sanitary condition of tiie
borough and they ask the co oporation
of the people in thoir efforts to accom
plish this disirablo result.
lira, William Hobbs, of Toronto,
Oat, who has been visiting her sou, O.
M. Hobbs, of Greenwood, returned
returned home yesterday.
A valuable cow, owned by Mike
Brtnnen.of Neudem's Patch, wrro killed
yesterday by a locomotive.
Three mules owned by the Green
wood Coal company got hurt yester
day. It was necessary to shoot one of
Mrs. Edward Fasshold, proprietress
of the Greenwood hotel, is having the
hall adjoining her residenoe enlarged
and raised. A suitable stage will be
This division, No. 9. Ancient. Or.lor
of Hibernians, Board of America, will
picnic at Mlnooka grove, June 25
John Dougherty, a former resident
of Greenwood, who has been in Phila
delphia for the past six months, and
who had been coutiued to the hospital
iu that city for about two months, has
Mrs Conway, an aged and respected
lady of this pi ice.diod yesterday morn
ing at the borne of lwr daughter, Mrs.
John Coyne, on Gilmore avenue, after
a prolonged illness. The dec -ased was
87 years old. Her funeral will occur
today at 3 o'clock.
Jtims Merrick, privito in the United
States army, stationed at Fort Hamil
ton, N. Y, is home attending tne
funeral of !iis father, who was buried
Simon llellus, of Grove streot.Green
wood. is con lined to his bod by sick
ness. Tho Yokomou orchestra held a social
at Cillaiy's arcade last nigbt.
A series of robberies hvo been com
mitted in this place lately, three raids
being made being m ule on the Catho
lic church. Snuday night was the last
one. The Miuooka station of tho Del
aware and Hudson Canal company has
been broken open for the second time
and many valuables taiten; also a large
amount of stuff which was taken from
a freight car, No elm can be fouud
to the thieves.
E R. W. Searle, of Susquehanna,
was in town yesterday.
Warren Van Loan has purchased u
Hartford bicycle of L. E. Tiffitiy, the
hustling agent for that bicycle iu this
Mrs. Lobb, of Pen Argyl, Pa., Is vis
Iting her aunt, Mrs. Nelson Coon, on
Johu A. Mean, of Soranton, was in
town on business yesterday.
Mrs. Nelson Coon, who has been
visiting friends iu Ponn Argyl, has re
Tho cottage meeting of the Young
Men's Christian association will be
held ou BJrlday evening nt the home of
G. A. Ward. The Gospel meeting on
Sunday at 3 30 p. m. will be addressed
by lit, v. A. F. Harding, of Groat
Charles Couipton, who has been vis
iting friends In Scranton, has returned
The Willing Workers' society of the
Methodist' Episcopal church met Tues
day afternoon at the home of Carrie
Myhardt's. This afternoon they will
meet ut Sarah Bsese's and ou Saturday
afternoon at the homo of Anna Gordon.
The society is preparing for their ba
zaar on Wednesday and Thursday ol
next week. Oi the list night they
will also give on entertainment.
The school board has organizod as
follows: President. Wiin
secretary, Evan C. iDi. vis; treasurer M
M. Williams. Thirteen mill sclm I
tx and 3 mill tux for building w. e
the smounu uxed upon for iubmiii t
Mrs. Mary Moran. of Oik aim
took tho role of a prisoner before B r
gess Griffiths on Tuesday night. Jo. n
Carman, a uenhew of Mn lWnr...
charges her with keeping a tippling
llOOKf, and hut lor arresel for sellin
him last Sui.dav. Mr. Mornti in
le.euae, dml ! iHlirw albunUnt. T.ie
barges 'old her sin would have to
furnish $1,000 mul or go tojtii. She
Professor E. Hulley spont Saturday
anu ouiiday with friends at boranton
Professor Charles Allen, of Chicago,
a former graduate of Keystone, called
ou triende hero on Friday last,
Tho work for couimtncoineut week is
uow booming, aud we fesl assured that
a very interesting programme will be
The meeting of the Young Men's
Christian associatiou was held in the
grove. A notice of amendment to the
constitution was presented, providing
mac tne ollluers uow serving shall hold
otnee ror ono year from date of elec
tion, and that one year be fixed for tho
term or otllc iu the future rather than
electing new officers every term.
Children's day'wlll bs observed in
thn Baptist church on Juno 10, taking
the placsi of the morning exercises,
while in the evening the Christian En
deavor und Young Women's and Young
aims Christian associations of the
Academy will hold a joint meetiuir.
The meeting will open at 7 o'clock and
a few short addresses will be given by
members of the above montioned socie
The annual sanior picnic will be
hold onSitnrday, Jane 9, provided the
weather is favorable. Crystal Lake is
now the point of admiration.
Mrs. F. M. Loomis and daughter,
Corrinne, who have been spending
several weeks in New York state, re
turned on Tuesday, accompanied by
Mrs. Loomis, the mother of Prefussor
Several of the students attended the
funeral of Joseph Wrigloy ou Tuesday,
hold at tho Methodist Episcopal churoh.
On Saturday last while crossing the
Delaware, Lackawanna aud Western
truck jus' above Factoryville. tho old
gentleman returning to his heme from
las eon s at Bunker Hill, was struck
and uluiost instantly killod by the milk
train which passes through this place
at about 4 o'clock. Ma.-velously his
horse escaped injury, but tho wagon
was convurted into kindling wood.
Mr. Wrigley was 70 years of age. a de
voted Ohristiau, uu honorable oltigen
and highly respected bv all who lin- w
Superintendent W. A. May, of Scran
ton, was looking after the interest of
the Hillside company in this place yes
Mrs. Edward Corey, of Uniondale
was visiting friends in this borougl
C. D. Burdick, of Honfsdale, greeted
acquaintances in i'orest City on Wed
T V. Powderly, ir. . of Carbondale.
the popular commercial tourist, was
calling on the tr ide.
A very enjoyable surprise pnrty was
tendered to Miss B.ulau Hioo at her
home on Delaware street Tuesday
evening. The occasion was in honor of
her sixteenth birthday. About fortv
persons were in attendancj and a num
ber of handsome presents were re
ceived, showing the esteem hi a slight
measure in which the young lady is
Stanley Evins has retnrnd to his
home in this place after having enjoyed
the pleasures of a two weeks visit with
A pleasant and hannv time was had
last evening at the McLaughlin House.
The entertainers wore the Misses Eva,
ijizzie aD t Anna McLaughlin. Tho
evening was spent by indulging in
many favorito iimuieraonts. About 11
o'clock a very sumptuous rspast was
served iu the spacious dinning room.
Among those present were: Miss
Georgia Lee, Julian DeGraw, of Jer
myn; Miss Nettie MaHale. of Dun-
more; Misses Bertha Delpb, Maud
itoynoids, Auuie Donnelly. L-ona Ben
nett, and Messrs. Charles Arnold, of
Vandling; H. P. Johns, C. S. Alexan
der, Johu Maxey, E I, Shiptnnn, John
Gard, El. Boucher, E. D. Bradley,
Henry Cnrr, John A ideraon aud Bon-
j imin F. Ma xey, of Forest City.
Ancient Mechanical Tools,
At the Roval society cnnvAraairinna n
(treat deal of interest was exelbwl 1-tho
exhibition of sixt y tools and utensils of the
Oman period, found together in n nit. in
the Roman-British city of Silohester, Hants.
Ihese Included an mm . a tmir of hlanlr.
smith's tongs, hammer, axes, gouges, chis
els, udzes, a large carpenter's plane, two
shoemaking nnvils, two plow colters, a
Standing lamp, a gridiron, a bronze sculo
beam and ot hers.
Many of these articles were most, mttinrlr.
ably like .similar tools of the nresent. ri
the plane, which was evidently a "trying
piano' and entirely or metal, being very
SUL-L'estive of a Yankee oriirin. It. hi Riiid
to be the only Roman plane found In Brit.
aim New York Telegram.
A Question f Time.
A Woodward avenue druggist who slcens
in bis store was reveling iu his first slum
bers when he was awakened by a Hound
ing on his door.
"Who's there?" he shouted.
"A customer open the door," came the
Supposing some one was in urgent need
of medicine for a BUfferer the druggist
hurried into liis "Slothes and opened the
door. A man stood outside, who placidly
"Have you tho timer"
"Yes," shouted the aii"ry druggist, as
ho bolted his door, "and I'll keep it too."
Detroit Preo Press.
Telegraphing with Cannons.
When the first vessel completed the pas
sage of the then new Brie canal, In 1825,
mere being no such thing as a telegraph
in those days, the news was communicated
to New York and to Buffalo by cannons
placed within hearing of each other all the
way along from Albany to each of tho
other cities. The signal was passed along
in this way from Albany to Sfew York city
and back again to Albany in fifty-eight
minutes. The experiment was n costly
one, but was a success iu every particular.
St. Louis Republic,
Though rules for tho reduction of fat are
more easily given than followed, we are as
sured by a once "heavy" man, who tried
the experiment successfully for twenty
four days, that absolute abstinence from
food wiH cure it, and to those Who possesi
sufficient determination to follow his ex
mpta this rule is therefore commended.
Mount St. Elias and Mount Wrnngel, in
Alaska, are the highest elevations In United
States territory, it is believed. St. Eliai
has been put at 10,060 feet, hut Wraugel
which is said to be higher than this, bai
not been measured carefully yet.
D OOFttnnlng and soldering nil dono nway
with by the use of HAKTMAN'S I AT
KNT PAINT, which cousists of ingrodl nts
well-known to nil It can bo applied to tin
aalvanizod tin, sh ot Iron roofs, aloo to brick
dwelllnita, which will provont absolutely any
crunibline, cracking or breaking of the
brick. It will outlast tlaniug ot any kind by
many yenra,and it's cost does not nicnnit ,,..".
fifth that of i he cost of tlunlng. Is sold by
tho joli or pound. Contracts taknn by
AM'l'OMO u Alt ima. N.N, Wl Birch St
Inflamed Eyos and Run
The Success of Hood's Causes
CreatRejolclng-A Perfect Cure.
AUs Cora H. l,bert
" C.J. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. :
" I feel it a duty to state what Hood's Sarsa
norllla has done for me. I was almost blind,
being compelled to stay In a darkened room on
account of Inflammation of the eyes. I also
suffered with running sores on my body. I was
in terrible condition, My mother tried every
thing she knew about and I was attended by
tWOdootors but Without helping me. Finally
hauls Barsaparila was recommended and 1
had not taken two bottles before I began to get
better, rne Inflammation left my eyes and the
sores healed, and the result was that
I Became Stronger,
and was restored to perfect health. At that
time I was only twelve years old; now I am
nineteen and I have not since been troubled
with my eyes or noticed any sljjn of a return of
the .-aires on my body. I can recommend Hood's
Barsaparllla as an excellent blood purifying
medicine." Miss Cora Kiujut, Barnesvllle, l'a.!
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and
Bfflele'lltly, OU the liver and bowels, sue, I
N. A HULBERT'S
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lylvania, All conveniences (or travelers
to and from Broad Btront station and the
Twelfth and Market Btront etatiou.
llrablo for yinithig Sorantonluna and uej
tie In the Anthracite Hegloo.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimbercr.
The Specialist on the Eyo. Headaches and
'Norvousnoas relieved. Latest aud Improved
Stvlo of Eyo Glasses and Hpoctaclos at tho
Lowost Prices, bust Artiiicial Eyej inserted
OS SPRUCE ST.. op. Old Post Office.
Best in the market
Brandt Clay ProductCo,
OFFICE: Binghnmton. N.Y.
FACTORY: Brandt. Pa.
AND THE TREATMENT OF LAME
NESS OE HORBES.
To theso braurh'js I devoto ceneclal atten
tion every afternoon.
(ifflco and fortfe at tho HLUME CARRIAGE
WtJBKB. 115 D1X COURT, BCRANT o N , l'A.
DOCTOR JOHN HAMLIN
Graduate of the Anioricau Veterinary Col-lego.
400-402 LACKAWANNA AVE.
THIS WEEK ONLY.
; Ladies' Kid Gloves
5 and 7 Hooks,
WORTH $1.00 PER PAIR.
Q A 1 C
Remember, The Fair
THE LEADERS IN LOW PRICES,
China, Florentine and
Never have goods of the same character been sold
as low as we will sell them now.
They are especially adapted for Pillows, Draperies
and Decorations, and many of the designs are suitable
for Evening Dresses and Tea Gowns.
The line comprises printed and plain China Silks,
Cheney BrosJest quality plain and printed, change
able Brocades,- armure printed and satin stripe Silks.
On sale in Drapery and Upholstery Department.
BAMBOO CORNER CHAIR
Something new, rustic
Complete with cord and pulley in the following sizes:
4x8, 6x8, 8x8 and 10x12 feet.
KERK 4 SBEBECKER
406 AND 408
Of generosity is better developed this week than ever.
The success we have had on account of the free distribu
tion of those elegant Onyx Finished Clocks with 850.00
purchases, and the 100-piece Dinner Sets with $75.00
purchases ha3 encouraged us to oiler some
USEFUL ARTICLE OF FURNITURE FREE
With every salo of ONE DOLLAR or over, it mat
ters not what department purchases aro made in,
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
We made SUMMER GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Under this head we in elude Lawn Benches and Couches,
Porch Chairs and Rockers, China and Japanese Mat
tings, Refrigerators and Ico Chests,
3aby Carriages Sleeping Coaches
For which we aro sole agents. ECONOMY'S Prices
prevail in all our departments. Goods delivered FREE
MONTHLY PAYMENTS TAKEN
Armure Silks, 32 and 36 in. wide.
and inexpensive for summer
LACK A. AVE.