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THE 8CBANTON TKIBTOE-SATUKDAY MOKiNTNCr, JUIfE 9, 1894.1
OUR FASHION MONTHLY,
Describes nnd contains the
Leading Fashions, Latest
Dress Materials, Stories, An
ecdotes, Humorous lllustra
tions, Valuable Information.
Elevating and Pleasing Read
ing 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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Instantly removes spots or
stains without injury to the
Children's D.iy exurcUes will bo held
nt the Calvary Baptist church tomor
row. "Confedernta Spy" will be .uriiia
jtiven on nest Thura.lay and Frilay
Jttio Winslow and Mattio Court
ri?ht are liomu from Great Bend.
The Pr. sbylerinn church peoule will
hoM an iuo crnm festival next Wed
James Thomas and Fred Koohler,
both of the l'yne, are minus suvi ral
valuable chickens. Night hawks ent
ered their hennery on Thursday night
and took thirty of Mr. Thomas' hens
and nine f Mr. Koehlor's roosters.
Joseph Davis, onr populnr druggist,
was in Forest City yesterday and com
pleted arrangements for opeuing a
branch drug store in that town about
W. G. Howells was in Philadelphia
John M, Harris was in Wilkes-B irre
on Thursday night.
Mrs. Nellie Ackerson. of West Pitts
ton, called upon Mr. and Mrs. George
Dr. H. H. Harris will leave
this month on a visit to Wales.
John iiicoby, of Old Forge, accepts
t'.ie challenge of Mr. Ruds and the
challenge of James WilBon, for a game
of hIIav 1 .nl. Match can be arranged
by (tailing at bis hotel i v the Siblev.
The reception committee of the Price
Library association will meet next
The coming bazaar of the Willing
Workers of the Methodist Episcopal
cbnrcli on next Wednesday and Ti. urn
day nights will be the event of the
The Rv. W. P. Harmon, of Prince
ton, N. J., will preach tomorrow at
19 30 at the Prosbyterian church.
The Clerks' Ball club is anxious to
meet a club composd of merchants,
butchers and professional m in of this
towu at a game of base b ill on any
date they may choose.
The Catholic Young Men's Total Ab
stinence nnd Benevolent sooiety wi
mn an excursion to Farview on July 7.
Mite Nettie Knapp left Thursday for
b ?w weeks' visit In York state.
J.h: Williamson, of Wilkes Barre,
was visitor :u town this week.
The 2rsr animal commencement ex
raifS af it. Patiick's Paroohial acad
emy w.'il take piece at the Koystono
b.l! on July 2 and 3.
Rv. J. H. Eiiis will preach in the
li'.ivkily Bsptist church tomorrow
inori::ug at 10,80 Subjeot: "Did the
Sun Stand Still!" In the evening at
7 30, "Christ's Greatest Parable."
J. P. O'Malley, of Carbondale, called
on friends in town yesterday.
Mrs. Willim Rim), who has been
ii!t;njc at G. 11 Hull's, returned to
1 er home in Philadelphia yesterday.
She was accompanied by Mrs. F. L.
Miss Ola Mason returned borne yes
terday after a week's visit with friends
in Brown Hollow.
Mrs. Marv Shields, who has been ill
for the past week, has recovered.
Hie festival that was held in Mahon
boil on Wednesday evening under the
auspices of tne Ladies' Aid sooiety of
tiie Presbyterian church, was a success,
both financially am! socially.
Fatal neglect is littlo short of snioido.
5,'he consequences of neglected cough are
too well known to need repeating. Dr.
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures a cough
promptly. Sold by all dealers ou a guar
antee of satisfaction.
Tho miss meeting of oitilUW called
tor Thursday evening in Keystone hall
to disous the proposed borough im
provements will go down into local
history as a memorable event for the
committee who had the affair in charge
discovered at the opening of tho meet
ing that a scheme to oust them had
been carefully planned and success
fully curried out as subsequent events
proved. When 8 o'clock, the hour for
convening had arrived, there were
probably 150 persons in tne hull The
committee, it would appear, thought
best to defer calling the meeting to
order until the seats were more fully
occupied. By doing so they made their
great mistake. At precisely ten min
utes to 9 o'clock a delegation that filled
the hull to overflowing entered. On
tho stroke of 9 and the failure of Mr
Harding to call tho meeting to order,
Professor Shiel stepped to the platform
and rapped the meeting to order. His
"insoleuoo aud intrusion," as Paul
Bohan expressed it, in requesting him
to step down and out caused a whirl ot
excitement to sweep over the hall b
cause the audience recognized in a mo
ment that tho committee had been
caught napping. No sooner had Mr.
Shiel called tlm meeting to order than
Squire James Gibbons, who occupied a
iront seat, arose nnd said: "Gentle
men, 1 move you that John
J. Hart be chosen chairman
of this meeting; are von roadv for the
question?" Chorus. ''Question I" Shouts
of "No! No!" "Hold on!" came thiek
and fust from those who had recovered
from their astonishment. The 'squire,
with tho wave of his hand, shouted,
"The ayes have it and Mr. Hart will
please take the chair." Mr. Hart, with
the air and dignity of a Chesterfield,
advanced to the platform, while res
toratives wero biiug applied to rosusci
tate the committeemen, who bad gone
into a state of total collapse. Mr
Hart, upon taking the chair, in a neat
speech thanked his friends for the
honor couferrod. For secretary
James Giubeus was elected and the
chairman annonuced the purpose the
meeting was called for. The quickness
and strategy with which the business
was done cause i a deafening applause,
and even the most gravo, seeing the
numerous phase of the situation, in
dulged in a hearty lnugh. Paul Bohan
arose aud said ho thought the proceed
ings were a trifli premature; that the
meeting had boon called by the chair
man of the advisory committee, and it
was certainly his privilege of calling
the meeting to order. "However," ho
resumed, "the discourteous act has boen
done and it is just as well to let it go
at that. But the chairman having in
vltfd sneakers for this occasion, I trust
thev will be given a '.touring."
Mr. Harding was then called on
Before ontering upon the question of
paving he took occasion to criticise the
ictiou of tho "usurpers," whereupon
Chairman Hurt called him to order by
informing him that his action in doing
so wns entirely uncalled for, and would
not b toleratod. Secretary Gibbons
ft.lt that his feelinus wero hurt and
took hs seat in tho audience. Ho was
Inter prevailed upon to resume his seat
at the secretary's desk. Attorney C. F.
Bohan, Profossor Shell, Theodore
Strong, M. W. Morris, Joan B. Law,
Paul Bohan. J. A. Tanhill and several
others, addressed the meeting, They
all felt that the improvement was
i necessity. Messrs. Morris, Shell,
and a few others, Inquire!
if any member of the eitizeui
advisory committee or member of the
council could furnish the esti
mated cost of the proposed improve
ments? Mr. Harding answered that it
was Impossible to do so at present,
Mr. Morris then contended that he was
of the opinion that instead of the
borough indebtedness at present bn
ing only $11,000, as has been
represented, it was $32,000. Attorney
Bohan explained that the bonded debt
contracted since the act of 18T4, con
ferring on the town council the right
to borrow 2 per cent, of the borons, h
valuation, and to borrow to the extent
of 7 per cent, of tho valuation by the
popular voto of the people, is but $14,
000. Ho said he thought it best to
in ika the present loan for 18, 000, be
cause, if a test case is made, which
never has been, nnd court decides that
the $18,000 outstanding debt be
foro tho aot of 1874 should be in
cluded in the borough debt, it will still
give the council power to borrow $00,
000, whereas.if council was empowered
to borrow $20,000, and the court said
they might just as well have had $38,
000, another special election would
have to bo held, and this would be put
ting the borough to an additional ex.
pwnse. By voting on raising $38,000. ij
conrt decides that council caunot bor
row to that extent the excess only
would be void.
It was about 11 30 whon a motion to
adjourn was made aud carried.
Stated by H. B. Cochran, druggist,
Lancaster, Pa. : llavo guaranteed over 300
bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters for dys
pepsia, sour stomach, bilious attacks, liver
and kidney trouble.
Rev. J. C. Rudolph, pastor of tho
Lutheran church, returned last even
ing from Hanover, Kan,, where he bad
Deen for the past woek.
Master Harold Davis, who has been
ill withscirlot fevor, is slowly improv
The Ladioj" Aid society of the Pres
byterian church mot at the homo of
Mrs, William Kloes yesterday after
noon. Mrs. N. M. Eiklo.of Soranton, called
on frionds hero yesterday.
Miss Sarah O'Connor has charge of
Professor Davis' classes during his al
sunce from school. She iB assisted by
Miss Mary O'Boylo.
The pupils of the central school
bnilding hold their commencement
exorcists lsst evening. A programme
consisting of dialogues, recitations and
songs was observed. The pupils cred
itably presented what was assigned to
them. The exercises were very well
attended and were eonducted in an
The drum shaft of the hoisting en
gine at Jones, Simpson & Co. ' shaft
on the ridge was broken yesterday
afternoon whilo the carriage was being
hoisted. It will bo necussary to replace
the broken machinery, aud since this
cannot bo done before Tuesday or
Welnesday of next Week there may
not be any work until the middle ol
Tomorrow will be Children's Day at
the Presbyterian church. Special ser
vices of interest to th children will be
held. Au entertainment will be pre
sented by the cuildren at 7.30 o'clock
in the evening.
When Ituby was Kiel:, we pave her Oastorta.
When she WSS a Child, she cried for OsstOTlS.
When c.lie lx-ramo Miss, sho i:unf, to C.ustorla,
When sho had Chll Jren, she cave thum CoutorUv
A large audience WSi present at the
Odd Follows' hall last night to witness
the presentation of "Poor Pillico.ldy,"
the ruinbow drill and other equally
pleasing accessories. The farce was
well and laughably presented and the
applause evidenced how much the lis
teners were pleased. The lainbow drill
was one of the prettiest features and
the evolutions were enncied by the
young ladies with the utmost precision,
The proceeds of the entertainment
will be donated to St. Lu'io's Duumore
Michael Doyle has boen called to his
home at Hoadleys on account of bis
Mrs. James Gilniartiu is visiting
The Ladies' Aid socioty of tho Pres
byterian church are making extensive
preparations for the comfort of their
hundreds of friends who will accom
pany them ou their excursion to L ike
Ariel on June 21. No one s lould iuis
this opportunity of going to the pretti
est resort in Northeastern Pennsylva
nia with this popular organization,
whose numerous social alT urs an so
pleasant that the imuii of the society is
synonymoui with success.
Those wno read L mgfellow's "Hia
watha" and ''Evangeline" should not
miss the opportunity of seeing tho tab
leaux depicting scenes from these po
ems. They will bo presented by tho
Young Ladies' Missionary society, as
sisted by their gentlemen friends on
next Friday evening. Much time is
being spnt in tho prep4ratiou of cos
tumes and scenery and an elaborate
preparation will be the result.
Children's Day will ba observed in
the M-thodist Episcopal church to
morrow morning aud ovoniug. Au ox
tensive programme has been prepared
and tho church decorated in an artistic
John Corroll is erecting a handsome
residence ou lower Dudley street.
A number of popular young peopl"
have a lawn tennis court in course of
consti notion on Fifth street. A largo
club will probably b organised,
N. R. Swingle is on the sick list.
While eating claim a few d ivs ago
Mrs. William Jones bit into swu hard
substance Which examination revealed
to be a parl of considerable size. Tho
jewel was taken to an export who said
the value would sxosed (3 10 had it not
been burned, but owing to discolora
tion it was only worth about $2" and
offered that price, but Mrs. Joins pro
poses to keep it.
The Presbytoriau church will not
hold its chiidreo's day szsrolsss until
Sunday, Juno 10.
Among those who attendod the Horn
for the Friendless excursion were Mrs.
John Palmer, Mrs. William Moffatt,
Miss Carson, Mr. and Mrs. William
Qilmore, Rev. and Mrs. J. C. L acock,
Mrs. Henry Bsyea, Mrs. Sadler Hop
kins, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. G. Bone, Mr. and
Mrs William Simpson, Mrs. D'.in,
Clara Krager, Maud Sivago and Mrs.
Strawberries, pineapples pineap
ples, strawberries at. Palmer's.
Mrs. Richard Pollard was in Carbon
The cantata, "J. phtha and His
Daughter," which was given in this
place a short time ago so successfully
by the United choir, will be reproduced
June 19. for the benefit of the ehoir.
Forest City is to have another ding
store a much needed want The pro
prietor will bo Joseph Davis, of Tay
lor, a dui,'gistof many years experi
ence, who will start a branch store
with a full line of pine drugs, etc.. in
connection with his store la Taylor, in
tho ivujamin iutxy block in a short
time. Mr Davis was iu town yestor-
Mrs. H. A. Purple mudo Carbondale
a visit yesterday.
Kev. J. U. Lvans, of Vandling. will
preach a sermon iu English at the
Welsh Cohgregatioual church in this
place Sunday at 0 o'clock, p m. A cor-
li il invitation to all is extended.
Miss Charlotte Giles, of Carbondale,
pout a short time in this place yester
day, returning to the Pioneer City on
her bicycle Erie Station Agnnt R. M.
Shepherd also rodo his "bike" to tho
same city. I laying Forest City about
the same tnnu as the lust ri ler.
Riley Howard, of North Pitcher. N
Y., who has been employed iu E, L.
Kent's store for some time past, re
turned to his home yesterday.
The Loyal Temperance legion will
meet at the Baptist ci.urch this after
noon (Saturday) at 2 p. m. All tho
members are rt quested to be present to
make arrangements for the coming
picnic at Hallstead, June 21. No alco
holic drinks can bo obtained nt this
A typographical error occurred in
the Forost City items of The TRIBUNE
yesterday. The name Mrs Mcdive
should have read Mrs. Met 'abe.
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage of Jennie E Adams, of Klugsley,
to George S. Alexander, of Willis
Barre, to occur at the bride's bom .
June 20 Miss Adams is very popular
and well known iu this placo, having
been one of Forest City's best school
teachers last vo ir.
The funeral of Mrs. Gibson will oc
enr today (Saturday). Services will be
conducted in the Methodist church at
11 o'clock. Intermont will be In the
Westgate burying ground near Union
A mooting of the Honesdale cyclists
was called to ord tr in the Town hall
at 8.20 Thursday night. The following
temporary officers vereoleoted: Pres
ident, Paul W. Gardner; secretary,
Siitnuel K itz; treasurer, J. T. B-adv
After some dilCUslloa M to the tutor.'
intvntionB of tho club, the tempirary
one and the officers permsuent iffloers
to servs for six months Julius was
elected captain ami Dr. C R. Brady
lieutenant captairt A committee on
tnombership consisting of J. T.
Brady, ohalrman; IVrry La Barry, Em
manasl Freemans Robert Daim and
RusBell Van Kenreu was appointed
The initiating I for the next three
weeks, eliding Jane 2S. was fixed at$l,
after tiiatdate $3. Tne dues will be 2a
canls par moatb, It was decided by
Captain doll to hold the first club run,
Sunday, Juno lOihatOa. m. toHtw
ley and return Cyclists pre requested
lo met in front ot the City hall.
In all probability the club will par
ticipate in the race most at Soranton
July 4th. Tne next regular meeting
will bo held Tues lay, Juno 13
A R Matohett, who disippeared
with Miss Keeler Wednesday night, is
the son of Alexander M ttohett, paper
box manufacturer of Pittsburg, Pa.
Nothiug has been heard of the missing
couple since they left here. From the
I net that tbey have With them a bor
and buggy belonging to Murray &
itickert, and for other reasons, it is be
lieTed that they could not have been to
.(railroad depot to tuke a train. In all
probability thev are yHt in the oou ity.
S. W. Powell and wife started Fri
day for n drive to Orange county, New
The old store house corner Second
aud Sixth street, is a thing of the past.
Mrs Grant Nicholson left yesterday
morning for a visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Chase,' in Sid
ney, N. Y.
William J. Male is remodeling bis
residence on Wyoming street and
when finished will be numbered among
the most handsome on the street.
Miss Cora Voyle, of Olyphant, will
arrive in this city todav and will be the
guost of her sister, Mrs. F'rank Or
chard, of River street
The Young Ladies' Cook club was
entertained vesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Charlos Birs, ou North
Miss Eva Kays returned to her borne
in Scranloii yesterday after enjoying a
few days' visit with Carboadale friends.
An interesting program me of exer
cises was rendered yesterday afternoon
by Miss Janet Bryden's pupils of school
The remains of Sophia Fetzil, daugli
tor of Mr. and Mrs. John Fetz-1, of
Mavlield, ware entered in St. Rose's
cemetery in this pluce yesterday after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. B. A Kelly, of Birkett
street, are UlOUruing tha death of th"ir
little son Eugene, aged 10 months. The
funeral was hold yesterday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. Interment in St. Rose's
Mrs. D. J. Robinson, of Dundsff,
was a visiior in Carbondale yesterday.
The route of the proposed Carbon
dalo and Forest City electric street
railway has finally been decided upon
Tho new routo which has beeu seloctod
will not connect with the Carbondale
Traction company's line, at any point,
but will strike out from the heart of
the city via Dundaff stroot to Farvi -w
street. Tbenoe along the latter street
to Forty-third street; from the corner
ol Forty third and Farview streets the
branches of the road will di
verge, one going to Crystal lako
by a route that is said to be
beautiful in a sosnlo way nnd
the most direct that could be
found and with grades that offer no
obstacles. The Forest City brauch of
the road will leave Forty third street to
go through the woods for some dis
tance aud will make a direct line to
Forest City, passing through tho cen
ter of Richmondale, Vandling and
Clintonville, the small towns between
this city and Forest City. Mr. Dun
can, tlm superintendent, is confident
that Forest City can be reached from
Forty-thir l street in sixteen minutes.
The site selected for the power boU8"
is a place near the Racket Brook culu.
pile, which fuel will be used by the
company. It is expected that both
lines will be completed belore next
Miss Edith Banfield, of Throop, is the
guest of Miss Cora Davit.
The funeral of John Antollik took
place frntn the Methodist Episcopal
Charles Dltmore and Nettio Lindsay
surprised their friends early this week
by sending a tolegram from Hancock
annonnoiug their marriage. They are
now at home receiving congratulations
Among those iu Bcrinton yesterday
were S. D Davis, E L Barrett, C. L,
Bell and S. 0. Whitmore.
It has been suggested that we ob
serve the fourth by an old fashioued
oslebratioo, that the Hickory base ball
c U') c lallenge Bonn good club for n
gams on that d iy; that, we have fan
tuatics, fire works,' I all am afc nsion,
oic. Will some or our patriotic citi
zens make a move?
Part of the hose belonging to Crys
tal Fire company is in bad condition on
account of age, having boen in use
nearly ten years. Should a fire break
out we probably would be in poor shape
to light it at any great dis'.anoj from a
The Christian E idaavor meeting at
No. 4 school tonight in Greenwood
and Bandar tomorrow at 10 o'clock;
services at 11 o'clock. Mission services
will bo held in the afternoon
St. Joseph's Temperance sieiety will
nold tl.elr regular tomorrow ufteriioou
at 2 30.
For the last three or four days the
peoplo of this pines have experienced
much unpleasantness on account of
the stoppage of the water on the main
line. Toe axle works hart to suspend
operations yesterday afternoon, the
pressure in tho pipes being insufficient
to kmp the machinery moving.
Miss Delia Connolly and Miss Mag
gio Cotter, of Greenwood, ure visiting
Tho base ball clubs of Noj. 179 and
181, Young Men's institute, will play a
gatua of ball this afternoon on the
brick yard grounds nt 2 30 p. m.
The Worst Case tho Doc
tors Ever Saw
Hood's Sr.rsaparilla Perfectly Cur-c:
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value of Hood's Barsaporilla. Per some Unu
and been troubled with scrofula, wkloli cu:i.
last winter assumed a very hail form.
Seres Appeared on My Faco
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until they reached to my shoulder. The doctor
laid It was the worst case of scrofula they svei
law aud alee went so far as to say It was In
lUntole. I tried ointments ami other rainedlw
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trial. After takhiconc bottle I noticed the sores
Sad commenced lo heal. After the sixth bottle
They Wero All Healed.
I continued to take it. however, until I had used
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Miss Kami RoSIXOlUMT, l ister, PettL
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repaid for writing what I havo.
Respectfully, E. L. BHOWN.
I J. W. BREWER, Ashhuru, Plko Co., Mft
I Ono bottle of Ruady Relief and one box of
:Kadway's Pills cured ftvo in my family of that
Iterribln complaint, "La Grippo," or influenza.
RADWAY S BEADY BELIE P, aided by
iRADWA '8 PILLS, is tho quickest and most
'effectual cure for
Price, 6;)c, per bottlo. Sold by Druggists.
i I'nrely iwitaiilc, mild and valuaolo. . ..use
AT.-i.c-. w.guokii.u, ' oiupie,,. uiiHorpnon ana
Ihealthful regularity. For the euro of all dls
oidon. of theStsmaeta, Liver, Uiwe1s,Kid-
i.. i i, uio. i.-i. .it-rroud v iseases, La.flfl or
Appetite, Heartache, Constipation, t'os
tlveness, Indigestion, niliousnens, Fcvrr,
Iiifliiiiriiintlon ot the Howets, I'llu anil
all derangement of the Internal viscera.
Perfect Ulgotlon will bo uceoiiiplliil.ed
by Inking Hallway's I'll le. By so doing
Slrk II enkindle, l-oul Stomach, Blllnus
neHH " til tin avoided, and tin, food that Is
eaten contribute its nourishing properties
for the support of the natural waste of the
tVObeorVG the following svmntoms fob
lowing from disease o the digestivo organs:
Constipation, inward pilea, fulness of tho
blood in the head, acidity of the stoma.'h. nau
sea, heartburn, disgust of food, fulness or
weight In tho stomach, sour eructations, sink
ing or fluttering of tho hoart, choking or suf
focating sensations when in n lying posture,
dimness of vision, dots or wens nVforo the
sight, fever and dull pain in the head, dofie
lenoy of perspiration, yellowness of tho skin
and eyes, pain in the sido, cheat, Hmhs, and
eudden flushes of heat, burnl jg In tho tlosh.
A few doses of RADWAY'S TILLS will freo
the system of tho above-named dlsord. rs.
Price 5c. a Iliix. Sold by Druggists.
Send lo DR RADWAY & CO.. No. U VVar-
Wen Si.. Hew York, for Rook of Advice.
Maloney Oil and Manufac
Have removed their office to their
141, 143,145, 147, 149, 15)
TELEPHONE NUMBER, 3GS2.
m Emu III
Il READY RELIEF.
European Plan. Flrst-olass Par sttohert.
Depot for liergnor A Kugcil's Tauuhanuior
IL L Cor, 15th and Filbert Ms,, Philads.
Host dcelruMo for residents cf N.15. Penn
fylvaiiia. All conveniences lor travelei'i
to and from Broad Street station and the
Twelfth suit Market Street station. De
treble for vlidtlng Serautoniana aaJ p
lie In the Anthracite Region.
T. J. VICTORY,
400-402 LACKAWANNA AVE.
THIS WEEK ONLY.
Ladies' Kid Gloves
5 and 7 Hooks,
WORTH $1.00 PER PAIR.
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 Bros.' best 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.
KERR & SIEBECKER
406 AND 408 LACKA. AVE.
Of generosity IB better developed this week than over.
The success we havo had 011 account of tho free distribu
tion of thoso elegant Onyx Finished Clocks with $50.00
purchases, and the 100-piece Dinner Sets with $73.00
purchases has encouraged us to oll'jr some
USEFUL ARTICLE OF FURNITURE FREE
With every sale of ONE DOLLAR or over, it mat
ters not what department purchases are uiaJo 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, Befrigerat rs a:id Ice Chests,
3aby Carriages Sleeping Coaches
For which we are solo agents. ECONOMY'S Prices
prevail iu till our departments. Goods delivered FBEE
MONTHLY PAYMENTS TAKEN
Armnre Silks, 32 and 36 in. side.
and inexpensive for summer