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THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1894.
M We Show
wbsre only the
to find you
oat what in
IB Biii 10
As the warm days advance, in
terest Increases in the airy, cloud
like White Goods now on tlic
counters in greater profusion of
i exquisite conceits than ever bo
fore. Conventional designs have
been slighted lor the expression
of newer ideas.
The modcrata prices add lo the
attractiveness of t he offering:
Doitpil unil Figured Ririsiei, dots in
nil sises, from aj : 65c. per yard,
India Linen, from 10 to 60c.
Frpr.eli Nainsook, 40 inches wid1,
frnni 25 to 75c. per y;iM.
Porsiun Lawns, from ao to 65c. p?r
Con il Piques, from 16 to Sjc
India Dimities 23, 35, 28 nod 35c.
Figured Ditnltlss at a;c
Fancy Piques, nnitabla for women's
Teats, from 23 '.0 65c.
Pluin and btrlne 1 Liwns, in black,
a' 12, 15, 20 nod 25:.
Plain, Hnastitch -1 Sklrtinir,43 to48
Inolir wi In with 4 and T-incu heins,
from 25 L165:. per yard.
Ilonry Soby, who bus been confinod
to thn hon.is) with the grip, i3 again
able to bo out.
Tho social under the auspices of the
St. Aloystui society last "venintt was
lsrgely attended and much enjoyed by
those present. Daring the eveniug a
Talnabla souvenir w is presented to the
Hisses Timlin and Brady in recognition
of the ir valuable services an p.auuis
dnrlnil iio fair held recently,
The miners of the Hillside Coal nnd
Iron company received their monthly
John li. Griffiths will attend the ban
quet of the Wyoming seminary (gradu
ates on Monday evening) nnd will re
spond to the toast, "Our Alma Mater."
This t-venins at Gilmnre hall the
bnsk't social of Ci.nrt Lilly of the Val
ley Lodge of Foresters will take place.
A larue number of invitations have
What are the committeos recently
appoint -d by the bo ml of trado doing
nbont the manufactory!
Aurora lode, 528. Fre- and Accepted
Masons, will meet Tuesday evening.
T. F. Lyon, representing Tlleston &
Co,, of Si. Cloud, Minn., drummed the
Jermyn trade vigorously yesterday.
Tonight the new order of Order of
United American Mechanics will be
instituted. They already have twenty
five members enrolled,
John M. ( haves was a Scranton vis
i:or yi sterdny,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph jay are enter
'.uining relatives irom Pleasant Mount.
Tho camp meeting under the HUi
pices of the Christ! in mission will b--gin
today at the Rnige S.-vi r il of our
lecal preachers win assist
Walter Bonn, the actor who attempt
ed to kill hiK wife at the Mansion House
on Thursday afternoon, was taken to
the county j iil yesterday morning. II"
was charged witli having carried con
cealed weapons and r-ckh'ssly nsod
lie m by the borough authorities and
and also with felonious wounding by
the young lady whom he shot. He
was tried beforv Burgess Burke on
Thursday evening and in default of
bail was committed to the county j ill,
Miss Fuller, the young lady who was
shot, in recovering. She was so great
ly pro3tratod over the excitement inci
dent to the shooting that she was una
ble to appear on tho ituim Thursday
nud last evening. It is believed that
sho will lie able to go on again within
a few days unless blood poisoning sot
in, of w hich there aro no indications
lit pr sent
Hisses Alice nnd Sarah O'Connor
called on friends iu .Scrmilon yester
day. Councilman Lane is n juror in tho
caso of Dr. Hand against the Putinsyl
vania Telephone company.
The Traction company is pushing
work on its extension here. Tne trol
li y and feed wires have been stretched
as far as the Granty crossing and will
b-i finished as fur us the Blakoly line
before Monday. The road will be in
operation within a week.
Eucklon'a Arnica Snlvn.
The best salve in th world for (Tut s
Bruises, Soro.i, Ulcers, Snlt Bheunt Fevor
(Sores, Tetter. ; 'happed Heads, Chilblains,
CorDI and all Bkin Eruptions, and Donl
tively cures Piles,' er no pay required It
It guaranteed to c,lvo perfect satisfaction
er money refunded. Price ' cents pur
box. For sale by Matthews Bros.
The essential lung healing principle of
the pine tree has llnnlly been successfully
separated and refined into a perfect cough
medicine, Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Hymn.
Sold by all dealers on a gunrnutee of satis
Thomas Gibbous, i f Elugstou, em
ployed in No. 'J shaft of tuo Kingston
Coal company at Edwardsville, was in
stantly killed early this morning.
W nile eng ineu 111 barring down some
coal a slub of rook fell, buryiug him
Orders have been received here from
Superinteudent Smith at Dunmoro no
tifying all the works of the Pennsylva
nia Coal Company to resume work on
full time until further uotice. The
good news hss caused a world of joy
among the thousands of workmen and
the merchants ns Well.
Goorge Bnsiiiky, ngod 88, a miner
employed in tho Halltteud mine at
Duryea.was the victim of a fall of coal
while at work yesterday afternoon.
Be was testing tho roof, when, without
a moment's warning, a lariie mass fell.
Luckily only a part of the fall caught
him. He tustaitibd a fracture of tho
skull and several painful bruises about
the shoulders. He will recover.
The Christian Endeavor aoclety of
the Urond street Presbyterian chnrch,
held its semi-annual eiection of officers
Thursday evening. The following were
eluded: President, GeorgS Weir: vice
president, Miss Georgia Watson; seer"
tary, h. J. Gamblln; treasurer, W. 15.
Miller, Chairmen of com 111 it lees:
Prayer meeting, Henry C, Gregg: look
out, Charles Allen; social, Miss Emily
Bush; Sunday school, Fred W. Bush;
imiisio, E, J. Gnrablin; floral, Mrs,
Michael Doran, of Markot street, is
suffering f r m painful burns about the
face, sustained while at work in Hoy t
shaft a few days ago.
Superintendent Banted, of the Trac
tion company, suspended seventy-live
workmen 1 1st evening who hav been
working along the road between Port
Griffith nnd the West End. It is now
rumored that the Traction company
prop ( se on reaching tho West End to
abandon in 1 finitely the idea of build
ing tracks thtOUgh the town until oh
jeotional lo persons in authority arede
tio-ed, or th stringent methods sotu:!it
to bo pi rpetrnted by them withdrawn.
About 1 o'clock yesterday morning
burglurs lorceil an entrance into the
store of William Band way at Raniom,
blew open the s 11. and abstracted all
the contents, among which wore 1250
in money and jewelry. There is not
Ihusligntest cine to the thieves. Mr
Sandwav left the store at 10 o'clock in
the evening, so that the robbery must
have been ci tumitted betwei n that hour
and 4 o'clock. There is a house located
just across tile street from the store,
the wlndewi in tne sleeping rooms of
which were open. Yet the inmates say
thy beard nothing unusual during the
mulit. I Ins is the second time Mr.
Siud Way's StOre has been robb'd within
a year. Mr. Sandwuy went to Wilkes
B irro yesterday and notifi ! Marshal
Barring and tho goverumont olV-ials
of ie robberv.
John F. Dill, of Dupont, accompa
nied by his wife, will leave Monday for
Denver, Col., where he will remain for
three months, for the benefit of his
Miss Nellie Albright will give n
piano recital at Powell's music roomi,
in Scranton, on next Monday evening,
Mrs. A. ill. iloiviy loaves today for
Albany, N. Y,, to spend several weeks
with friends.it that place.
Henry Murray, u miner employed at
the Bunkar Hill colliery, met with an
accident that resulted in his deatn yes
terday forenoon. Tne socld nt was
caused by the failing of a largo piece
of top coal which fell on .Murray,
crushing bim so badly that il--at)i en
sued a few hours later. He had been
to work but two hours. Tne laborers
and his fellow miner together with
himself were talking as they worked,
j iking euch other ou general matters.
Murray's bit with Which he was drill
ing had become dull and be had gone
to a small cross entry to procure 11 file
with which to sharp -a it. He return
ed and had no sooner reached tho face
of the chamber than a large Wedge
shaped piece of top coal slid from the
rocf, catching the unfortunato man
across the legs, crushing one into 11
shapeless mass. He was conveyed to
his homo a short distance from the
works and medical aid summon
ed, hut owing to the shock
and loas of blood human aid
waB of no avail. His fellows had a
narrow escape, especially his butty,
who was also drilling a hole about
three feet from where the doomed man
sat. Mr. Murray was a very popular
resident and was well liked by all. He
took an espeoinl interest in politics and
was 11 staunch Republican, beinu leader
of his party in that district. Tho d -ci.ased
was about 48 years old and
leaves a widow and eight children. The
fiiuoral will occur Sunday.
Avocayard of tho Erie nnd Wyo
ming Valley Kailroad company was
the scone of a sad accident on Thurs
day night at 11 Into hour. Brakemsn
Oscar Ssinuion, u well known young
man of this place and a sou of Con
ductor .Simmon, was run over an 1 so
badly mutilated by the cars that death
resulted at 1 o'clock yesterday 111 iru
ing. Semmon'l train was standing ou
tho main track nnd he was sitting on
one of the cars. For some unknown
reason he jumped off and wnlkud dowa
the side track, where he Bat down sud
went to sleep. Another looomut.v
came along pushing some cars bet -.
it and be was inn over by the la, t. r
Both logs nud ono arm were severed
Irom the body. Be was brought to his
father's homo at this place, where
death relieved hiin of his sufferings.
Young Sammou was about 18 years ol
age. His funeral will occur from the
Littlo England chuich on Sunday
morning. Interment will ho made at
The Young Ladies mission gave a
highly pleasing entertainment at the
Odd Fellows hall last night The tab
leaux were all well presented, as were
the other numbers on the programme.
A good-sized audience wan present
It you want a plousaul day's recre
ation, go to Lake Ariel with the Inde
pendent Firo company.
H. A. Mace lodge, Brotherhood of
Kailroad Trainmen, of Green Ridge,
will run a moonlight excursion to
Lake Ariel this evening.
Tbu Smith residence on E!m street it
being beautified by 11 cost of paint.
Children's day will bu obisrved at
the Presbyterian church tomorrow.
The pastor, B-v. J. W. Williams, will
also preach 11 sermon to which tie
School of Liickawuuua gia luatee have
Fob earache, toothache, sure throat,
swelled neck nnd the result of colds and
Inflammation, use Dr. Thomas' Buleotrlc
Oil the great pain destroyer,
Alien F.iliy was sick, we pare her Castorfe.
When she was n Child, shocrlisl fin QlSttlH.
When she became Iflss, she chintf to C istorla.
When she had Children, she gave them Castorta
Oa Ssnday taunting at Hw hour of
the roguiar church ssrviu-s, 10 30
o'clock, will occur the Children's Day
exeruises iu tho Baptist tuberuacle,
nnd a pleasant time is beiug looked
Lewis lt.'ctor wus tho lucky one to
net tho handsome clock given away by
Jeweler Burr. The clock was giveu
on the conditiou that the one who
guossod the nearest to the time it
would run at ono winding would re
c -ive tho titnepeaco. It was wound u
at noon Juu6 1 and with one winding
ran thirteen days, thirteen hours and
thirty-six minutes. Mr. Rector's guess
was thirteen days, thirteen hours aud
Miss Mary Wilcox is a guest at tin
Baptist parsonage ou Lincoln avenue.
Frank Berry will leave this morning
for a several days' visit with friends iu
'ibis evening will be held tho weekly
open nir concert from the balcony of
Bote! Anthracite by the Mozirt hand.
Tho concert will begta at 8 o'clock
.Many compliment! are heard from
the traveling men of our new Hotel
Misses Minnie and Katie IImslr, of
Boneadale, are tho guests of Miss Amy
R, P. Patterson & Sons are making
some extensive improvements on the
frout of their largo wholesale houso in
Dun in IT.
.Misss Grace Smith loft yesterday for
a visit with relatives in Hamilton,
Lighting the gas stove in the base
ment of the Episcopal church Thurs
day evening. Mrs W. J Van Keuren
was severely liurnod about tho face aud
hands. Mrs Van Keuren's Sunday
school class gav a a strawberry and ice
cream festival in the lecture room of
the church. About 0 o'clock she pre
pared to light tho gas stove, but did
not notice her little 4-year-old son, who
turned oil the gas. As soon as she
attack a match the eicsoiug gas ig
nited, burning Mrs. Vm Keuren's face
and hands quite badly.
While horse back riding Thursday
evening Edwin F. Torrey was thrown
from his horse and badly bruissd. Mr
Torrey was a short distauco above
town when tho horse stepped on a
small stone, and stumbling, threw him
over its head, In attempting to rise
he fell over and became unconscious.
Soon after he beenme conscious and
made his way to the side of the walk
whero he was found later by two ped
dlers. He was placed on their wagon
and taken h.me. When Mr. Torroy
was thrown from the horse his head
struck a small stone near tho right
temple, braeing bim severely, h:s neck
nnd shoulders were strained, but no
serious injuries were received. He ex
poets to bu out again soon.
B. F. Bernstein is iu New York city
buying silks and other materials tor
the silk mill which is to start nxt
week Mr. Bernaten will return to this
place on a bicycle which he has pnr
ciii aid in New York city.
Diuiel Mnnton, of Susquehanna, who
has been visiting his son C. W. Mun
son, has returned home.
Mrs. C. C. D.movau, of Sc-inton. is
Visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat
L'zzie Maxwell is visiting friends
and relatives In Scrantoa,
School is out tor the summer vaca
tion. John A. Mlllane, the now postmas
ter, Is having an addition built on bis
store ou Cliuroh street lor the post office
Attorney Charles VanFormer, of
Montrose, is iu town today.
Mrs. William Btrnes and sua, II ir
old, are visiting friends in Wilk-s
C. J. Langley was in Binghatnton
Rev. It. N. Ives and wife, of Bini
hamtou, are visilin-friends in town.
I) UK YE A.
Tho gosp 1 wagon which has been
bere the past few days is drawing
largo crowds every evening, aud much
good is being accomplished
We uro to hav 1 wo new drug stores
In the future, Mr Renshaw, of Bend
ham, will op n one in a few davs in t-o
biiildini.' recently occupied by Dr. Bu -lington,
also T F. McDonald, ol Par
sons, will start one In tho Kennedy
A number of our young people at
tended the entertainment last evening
at Avooa, given by tho Ayoca Litor
ory and Debating society.
Albert Burns, a oiwnr hoy employed
at Simpson & Wa'tkins' mines, met with
a seriuin accident recently. While
coming out of a oh amber with a loaded
cu his light went out aud he was
thrown nuder the car. His hands and
arms were torn iu a drealiul tnannor
A Wonderful Cure
Ulcer in tho Stomach
Hood's Srtrsnparilla Restores Flesh
Strongth and Health.
"C. I. Hood ft CO., Lowell, Mass.:
"I feel It my duty to suffering humanity t(
ire a statement of tho wonderful eure Bood'i
SarsaparUla brought about for me. over tv,
rears ago 1 became 111, due toonukorhim:
omoeh. 1 hail six or seven different phyi
ilons, whoso standing was of the highest, la.
a y did not cure me. 1 was broken down h,
lealth and lost iu weight from
1 45 to 118 Pounctfi.
t COUtd hardly got around, and alter sufferh r
lovsrely-for about a year, 1 commenced tskliii
load's Sarsaparilla. Alter the fu st bottle I lit
..1:1 lo feel like a new mail. 1 purchased SI
!her bottle and had not taken half of It when 1
was cured of my trouble. 1 SH now hi health,
leick ui my oi.i weigh) again ami attending reg
ularly tn my work. 1 firmly believe tloodl Sur
saparllla saved my life." P. W. Iirsii, An. do
mink, Pennsylvania, Qet Hood's,
Hood's Pills are lmnd made, and perfect
In tiroportion and uppcaAnce. 25c. per box.
Air. I ir. 7.-i(.sfi
and it is llimvj'i -n will los the nte of
una of his arm .
Tii- ci.isin . lercNes at the grale !
school wre belli Thuisd iy afternoon
intfiHsehool building The teachers
Inchargs were: Principal Miss Anna
D. Walsh; intermediate, Miss Ella
Minger; primary, Miss Bessie Webber
and Miss Ella Benedict, The building
was decorated for the occasion in, a
most beautiful manner, with the pleas
ing programme rendered and the well
trained ohildreO that took part, it made
one of the finest exercises that lias been
seen iu the Marcv schools.
Thomas Slwardlu, of Pittsburg, is
visiting at Jeff us, on Davis street.
John Mullen, student at Mansfield
State Normal school, is spending his
vacation with his parents on Main
The auditors of tho township met
last evening at, No. 3 school to audit
the nccount of last year's school board.
Martin Flynn, of Staff nil street, was
severely bitten by a dog on Main
street last night. The dog was owned
by Patrick Flannerv
James K lly, of Golden Bay, County
Mayo, Ireland, arrived at Murphy's
last eveuing, for his first time on
Ted Anderson and Howard Brooks,
of Greenwood, and G. J. Thomas, of
West Pittston, who were anglini: at
Lake Como the past few days, cime
homo last night with about fifty pounds
Hotel Dh Kineo, on Main street, op
erated by Joan Kane, was burglarizjl
at an -orly hour yesterday morning
and soma whisky and cigars stolen.
The thieves effected an entrance
through the, back door upstairs and
made their way to the bar room iu the
iiasemout. Mr. K me estimates his loss
Tho social held by the Women's
Christian Temporance union of this
pine-', at the lesldence of Mrs. George
Pearl, on Main street, Thursday ven
tng, wus an entire success. John Green
and Miss Blanche Treirallis sang a
very pleasing solo entitled, "Sweet
Marie." The dialogue that was rend
ered by a number of tho young folks,
was an entire success.
The Misses Ella Lnvan nnd Mario
McCrindle attended the lawn social
given bv the Presbyterian church at
Taylor, Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Timothy Parfrey. of Railroad
street, is convalescent.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres
byterian church will hold a social for
the benefit of tho parsonage at the
home of John Robertson, on Tuesday
evening, June 19
Miss Blanche Frogallis, of North
Main street, left Friday to spend some
time with fru-nds at Lak Ariel.
Miss Stella E-iths, of Dnryea, is vis
iting at tho home of Mrs. Conrad Wat
son, of Minooka avenue.
The Misses Nettie and Greta McMul
lin, of West Pittton,iire visiting at ti e
bom- of their sist-jr, Mrs John Mc
Crindle, of North Main street.
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OFFICE: Binghnmton. N.Y.
FACTORY) Brandt. Pa
PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
m mm I
in Blood Poison
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,N walc anl debllitntod, Ktvca
strciiRtli wtMiktU'tl norvoH, oxpulti
'li i .1 leSsglTloff tboftatlent health and
hnpiintMH win to Hlt'knoHH, jrltmniy
fctiliua and lassitude 11 rt prevailed.
Knrprimary.HPOomlnry and tertiary
syphilid. lorDl'md poisuninnr. mercu
rial poM'.-n, malaria, dyHpupsla, and
In all Mood and skin li .-.i-i---, like
hlotehca, plraploa, old chronic ulcers,
tetter, scald huinl, boilp, orylpelas.
eczema wo may flay, without fear of
Contradiction, that P. P. P. InthobenC
blood purifier In the world, and mnkes
j ' I v i , speedy nnd permanent curea
In all caaes
Ladles whoo syttoms aro poisoned
nnd whono bloodlfl In an Impure condi
tion, due to menstrual IrroKularltioa,
aro peculiarly honollted by the won
derful tonic and blood cleansing prop
erties of P. P. P- - Prickly Ash, Poke
Hoot nnd Potassium.
SeftiNoi'iRLn, Mo., Aug. 14th, 1893.
I can speak tn tho highest terms of
'our medicine from my own personal
tnowledRe. I was affected with heart
' 1 . pleurisy and rheumatic for
& years, wap treated by the very beat
phyhlciano ana npout hundreds of dol
lars, tried every known romedy with
out tludliig relief. I have only taken
one oottlo of your P. P. P. , and can
cheerfully sny It has dono me more
irond thannnvthitiL' 1 have ever taken.
Ian recommend your medicine to all
aufloror" of the above diseasoa,
MH9. M. M. YKARY,
6pr jgQultl, Qroen County, Mo.
Brandt Clay ProductCo,
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WITH a clean, wholesome
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produced by the Cuticuka
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purifying and beautifying
soap in the world, as we!!
as purest and sweetest for
toilet and nursery. It clears
the scalp and hair of crusts,
scales and dandruff, destroys
microscopic insects which
feed on the hair, soothes irri
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stimulates the hair follicles
and nourishes the roots. !.
not only preserves, purifies
and beautifies the hair, but
imparts a brilliancy and fresh
ness to the complexion and
softness to the hands une
qualled by other skin soaps.
Pnid every where, Pflep, 2c Tot-.-an
Dnuo and cuia.Ceop., Houton.
National Bank of Scrantoa
W . W. WATHON, Vice President.
A. li. WILLIAMS, C'ushior.
BAXTTlti ItiN-ra, JAMIS Jt' EvMtHARf.
lll'. lNO A. KlNCn. PlEIK E n. FlNLEY,
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(Juas, V jlArruKws. John T. PoRTIRi
W. W. Watson.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This Imnk Invites tho patronage of businosa
men ami firms generally.
UN I NO, BLASTING AND SrORTINO
Uanniaetnredat tho WapwaMopen Mills, Lu-
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HENRY BELIN, Jr,
General Aucnt for tho Vtromlns District,
118 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa.
'i L-.nl Nutlounl n-ink Building
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Joun )i SMITH A SON; Plymouth, ra.
E. W, MULLIGAN, Wilkes-Harro. Pa.
Agents for tho lteuiuao Chouiiaid Com
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BHnmi . U"- M.HMM ," , Winta. Ill,
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AnnnnFRM, O.. Jnly 21,101.
Mttsbkh. Lipi'-uan BROS., Savannah,
Oa. : DKA.it 8ikh I bmiKht a bottle of
f our P. 1. P. at Hot SprinesjArk. ,and
t has done mo mrog!tod than throe
month.' treatment at the Hot Springs,
head three bottle o. D.
JAH. M. NrWTON,
Aberdeen, Krown County, O-
dipt. J. 1. JoBiaialonie
To all whom it may consent: I hero
bv testify to tho wonderful properties
of P. P. P. for eruptions of tho skin. I
auflered for sevornl oars with an un
sightly and dlsaBreeable eraptionoo
my face. I trleil every known remo
dy but In vain, until P. P. P, was used,
and am now entirely cured.
(Signed by) J. D. JOHNSTON,
Kkln Cnnrer Cured,
Ttitimony from the Mayor of ScauinTeX,
Rfquin, Tbx., Janunry 14, 1B9.1.
ItSSIBSs i-ii'I'Mkn into., Havannnh,
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known aa skin cancer, of thlrtv vrnrs
standing, and found grent relief: It
purifies the blood nud rcmovrs all Ir
ritation from tho float of the diseaso
nnd prevents any spreading of tho
sores, I havo taken flveor six bottles
nnd feel coutldent that another course
will effecc a euro. It has also relieved
mo from indigestion and stomach
troubles, Yourn truly,
CAPT . W. M. RUST,
Attorney at Law.
BGok on Blood Diseases Moiled Free.
ALL DRUOOISTS SELL IT.
Uppman'. IUocb,Navannah, Ga
400-402 LACKAWANNA AVE.
THIS WEEK ONLY.
Every lady whdse purchase
amounts to will be pre
sented with a pair' of 5 or 7
hook Kid Gloves, worth $1.
Remember, The Fair
THE LEADERS IN LOW PRICES.
KERR & SIEBEOKER
Single Portieres in dadoes
and plain centres; all new,
$UUU0, $2 and 2,50 each
Odd pairs in Irish Point,
Tambour and Nottingham
at prices that will suit you.
Lace Curtain Stretchers
$1.50, $2 and $3 each.
Pillow Sham Holders
75 cents each,
406 AND 408 LACKAWANNA AYE.
m end Fifty
Will be offered this week at
TEN PER CENT. REDUC
TION. After making your pur
chase, we will give TEN P2R
CENT, of your purchase back.
Then, remember our Porch and
Lawn Rockers and Setteo3,
China, Japanese and Linen
Warp Mattings. Also, Re
frigerators and Ico Che3ts.
Au Onyx Finished
ehtuws or over.
A 100-piece Dinner
We are selling Linoleum
at the price of oil cloth. It
will wear twice as long.
500 odd Window! -g d
Shades, worth 30,35 ; 20c
and 4.0 cents, all on eacj
spring rollers, j
4-4, 6-4, 8-4, 10-4, Chenille
Covers at greatly reduced
Dotted Swiss, Muslins
and Tambour Sash Goods
Silkoline, 10, 12 and 15c.
yd.; fringe to match.
Clock x-ith $30 pur-
?et with $73 purchases