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TJIE SCBANTON TRIBUNE-ruiDAT MORNING. SEPTEMBER 14. 1894.
AT MEDIUM PRICES,
4 More Comprehensive Asm
sortirient, 'Greater Values.
Than ever before shown in me
dium price and choice dress goods
for Autumn and Winter. Me
dium price dress fabrics will be
among the most popular goods of
Sonio "of the lower priced
weaves are the same In quality
and occupy tho same position in
the world of fashion as those
which, in former Beasous were
shown among tho higher priced
goods. The following in particu
lar are worthy of your attention;
36-inch, All Wool Changeable
Mixtures at 29c.
40-inch Silk and Wool Mix.
tures at 49c,
40-Inch Novelty Fances at
Choice Single Dress Patterns.
First showing of the beautiful,
handsome new dresa patterns are
now on exhibition.
The new comers to the stock to
be seen almost daily.
They are our own, and will
carry conviction to every one who
inspects the assortment, that they
have strong character, and are
marked by a distinct individuali
ty. One pattern only of a kind.
Make your choice, you'll not
make a mistake or be disappointed.
No obligation to buy. All at prices
to suit tho times.
412 Spruce St,, Scranton,
Dr. Rpovos Is certainly gaining the oonfl
flunco of tho public. Ho is dwiling honestly
with tho pooplo of Scranton and vicinity. Ho
is kociA ami couiiclornte to tho poor and treats
vveryona with ruspectful consideration. Hav
Inir had loneand varid oxperiunce in private
and hospital service, ho stands unequalled in
his profession. Ho is performing some won
tlurl'ul euros. and wbilo his hundxomo otlires at
412 Kpruce street, Hcranton.aro daily crowded
with sick andsuforin.',ho always has time and
n word of cheer and comfort for everyone.
Ho glvra ntlvlce, er- rnrr flf PUtDPC
vice ami examination lilLt III llhllUL
No one is turned away. Those who take treat
mentaro Bpeedily cured and he will nottako
any case, in order to get one's money, which
he kuows is incurable. He deals frankly and
honestly with you and his opinion is high au
thority. He treats men, women or children
and ail acute and chronic diseases.
He, with his assistants, troat all diseases of
the norvons system, diseases of the eye, ear,
nn and throat, dyspopMi, rheumatism, lust
vitality, prematura weakness or decay iu
botli sexes, female weaknesses and irregu
larities, nervous debility, catarrh, tumurr,
cancers, eruptions, blood poisoning, fits, epi
ilepsy, indiscretion and errors of youth, lost
manhood, t-czoma, scrofula, St. Vitas' dance,
(isthma, diseases of the heart, lungs, liver,
kidneys, bladder, stomach, etc.
Consultation and Kxiilninatlon Free.
Office hours: Daily, 0 a.m. to 9 p. m. Sua
days, 10 to 13 and 2 to 4.
Take elevator in Christian's hat store, or
Kemember the name and number, '
412 Spruce St, Scranton.
A refined school home. Prepares for the
Thorough courses In Music and Art
Teachers' Class gives best preparation for
Commercial Course Includes Typewriting
Positions secured for Graduates.
Send for new illustrated circular.
F. 11. LOOMIS, A.M., Prinolpal
H. J. Anderson, of Aroea; C. S.
Woodruff, of Scranton j H. T. Morgan,
of Now York, and J. P. iO'Mallay. of
Cantotota, N. Y,, wero Jermyn yisitors
Yonnjr man, consult Dr. Reeves, 412
Spruce street, Scranton. fie will core
yon quickly. 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
J. 13. Stookef and John Solomon are
fainting ard otherwise improving their
C. L. Bell has bought the lot with
the atone foundation adjoining hie
planing milL Consideration, $1,400.
Aa aoon as the new high tehool build
ing is ready for oooopanoy, a new class
will be admitted. This olass will con
sist of the pupils who graduated last
year who wish to take a Higher course.
The social last evening under the
i auspices of the ladiea of the Epiaeopai
cburoh was greatly enjoyed by the
large number present
Ontario ana Western Train Dis-
Eateher McLean has changed bis
eadquarters from Carbondale to this
Proposals will be received by the sec
retary of the sehool board for the fur
nishing of the winter's supply of soal.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Robinson
were the guests of friends in Greenfield
Muslo Boxes Exolasivsly.
Best made. Play any desired number of
tones. Gantsohi & Sons., manufacturers,
3030 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Won
derfulorche." trial orgaus, only 15 and flu.
Epecinlty: Old niujio boxes carofullj re
paired and improved with new tunes.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Incidents of the Closing Sessions of the An
ELOQUENT SERMONS PREACHED
Yesterday's Deliberations Interesting
' Throughout Discussions Upon
Topics of Importance The Ap
pointing; of Various Committees for
the Coming Year A Vote of Thanks
Tendered the Hospitable Citizens of
Clark's Green The Gathering One
of Pleasure and Spiritual Profit,
Special to tin Scranton Tribune,
Clark's Gbekn, Sept. 13
H N unusual number were in attend
A anoe nt the 9 30 devotional meat
U ing led by Kev. A. B. Browf, of
Report of missionary committee by
Rr, James Fielding showed that
$562 SO had been expended by the
State Missionary society, on the needy
churches of the association. The Car
man church, of Sooth Soranton, has
paid off its indebtedness and has be
come self-supporting. This report was
followed by reports from the mission
aries in the association,
Rev. H. H. Harris, of the Taylor
cburoh, spoke of the difficulties of the
Held at Taylor. He rejoiced in the
fact that the difficulties had now nearly
passed away. They have built a Hue
churob, costing $7,000, on which there
is now only a debt of $3,500. Times
have been hard, and having so many
young people, it is difficult to raise
very much money. The prospects are
that it will soon become self support
tog. Rev. Thomas Baker spoke of bis
work in the weak oountry cburohes.
Forest City ohuroh was represented by
Rev. Anderson Reynolds. He spoke of
the needs of tho field. They have a
debt of $1,800 They need the sym
pathy and help of the association. Of
ferings were made to meet the needs of
the association for the feeble church.
W. H. Conand, D. D , of Philadel
phia, made an address iu behalf of the
State Missionary soeiety. We need to
develop a larger spirit of consecration
and willingness to work, and give. All
members of the churobes ought to be
interested in the state work. The
Woman's Missionary societies of the
state ought to spend some of their
strength in their own state.
The congregation sang hymn 874,
after which Rev. A. B. O'Noil, of Dun
more, read the first chapter of Paul's
letter to the Hebrews and led in
The doctrinal sermon was then
preached by Rev. H. H. Harris, of
Taylor, from Hebrews 1 chapter, 3
verse. Theme, "The Doctrine of
First Christ is the brightness of the
Father's glory, nay, He is more than this,
He is the effulgence of the Father's glory.
Man and all material things reveal the
glory of God,
Second Christ is the stamD of the sub
stance of God.
Third Christ is the snstainer of all
things. Christ upholds all things. Io Him
all things subsist. He upheld the world by
His power. His thought is Inspiring.
Fourth Christ is the cleanser of the
world. The mission of Christ was to
i leanse the sonl of sin. He who is the
center of history will leaven the whole
Fifth Christie the exalted Saviour.
Appointment of committees for next
On Obituaries Rev. W. B. Grow,
Stephen A. Northrup, Col via Joslin.
On Benevolence Rev. Charles Embrey,
Rev. Thomas Baker, Deacon C. C. Clay.
On Temperance Rev. T. E. Jenson, A.
B. Clay. & N. Cal'lender.
On Keystone Academy Rev. D, C.
Hughes, Rev. W. Q. Partridge, GeorgoT
On Auditing Dr. B. G. Beddoe, Thomas
Johns. John L. Stone.
Oa Digest of Letters Rev. J. E. Ellis,
Rev. A. B. Browne, A. C. Sisson.
Ou Education-Rev. W. G. Watklns,
Rev. A. B. O'Neil, James Lowry.
Dr. E B. Palmer, of PniUdlpiia,
delivered a thrilling address in the in
terest of the Home Missionary secietr.
He spoke of the great work done in the
south and west Thirty-six schools
sre eared for by this society. One
difficulty with the great west is that
our missionaries do not have a saffloieot
support This ease is one that appeals
to every heart
Dr. Flippo, of Philadelphia, spoke of
the important work dons by the Bap
tist Publication soeiety. This society
helps all other societies. All the money
given to this society goes to the mis
sionary department. This is the only
national Baptist Bible society. It fur
nishes all needy Sunday schools with
tho word of God. The missionaries of
this society have visited 1,300,000 fam
ilies and have organized thousands of
Benediction by Rev. A. Reynolds, of
Waverly, Pa. .
The aloaing session oonvened at 2,15
p. m. Prayer was offered by Rev. T.J.
Collins and Rev. T. E. Jepson. The
sommittee on next session, place of
meeting and preachers reported. For
preaohers, introductory sermon, Rtv.
A E. Douglas: alternate, Rev. A. B.
O'Neal; doctrinal sermon, Rev, Jnines
Fielding; alternate, Rev. M. J. Wat
kins; historical sketch of the Mount
Bethel eburob; Rev. J. R. Ellis, Rev.
W. J. Ford, J. L. Stone, committee.
Report of committee on the Education
society by Rev, T. J. Collins.
Rev. T. J. Collins was elected the
vice president of the association to the
Pennsylvania State Eduoational soci
ety. The new Baptist ehuroh at Dun
daff asked to be admitted to the asso
ciation. It was moved that the asso
ciation express its hearty thanks to
Clark's Green ohurob and the citizens
in the vicinity for . their cordial wel
come and bountiful hospitality, and to
the ehuroh for their effioient aid in the
devotional meetings, also to ilev. J.
Fielding for his very fall reportsjof the
proceedings ef onr meetings for the
daily pnpers, and to the city pjfera for
do in i tut n roe sami.
Mrs. W. H. AU xander, of lie Wo
man's Home Missionary society, was
introduced to the audience and atated
that she was under appointment to go
to the South to engage in missionary
work among the mothers.
Professor F. M. Loomis, principal ef
Keystone academy, delivered an ad
dress on "E location." The function
of education is perfect Jiving, accord
ing to Herbert Spencer. Are our state
sohools giving a perfeot education?
There is an increasing demand for
private schools. Keystone academy
appeals to the Baptists of northeastern
Pennsylvania. It should have their
prayers and offerings, in order to make
it efficient in every department
The missionary committee of last
year was continued for another yenr.
All ebureues desiring aid will please
send tb- ir requests to the committee at
an early date.
Report of Keystone academy was
presented by Rev. W. C. Partridge.
Keystone academy is one of the most
efficient academies in the state. 8evernl
stirring addresses were delivered, urg
ing the andience to take an interest in
Keystone academy. A collection of
$50 was taken for the academy.
Rev. W. C. Partridge was elected
trustee of Keystone academy.
Seventy-five dollars was raised to Day
the tuition of a young woman at Key
George Bailey rend the historical
sketch of the Baptist church at Fac
toryville. This was exceedingly inter
esting. It will be published in the
minutes of the association.
Rev. W. G. Partridge presented the
claims of the ministers and widows'
The obituary report was read by Rev.
H. H.Harris. Thirty-eightlmembrs
have died dnring the year and have
gone to their reward. The closing con
ference was specially helpful to those
who could remain. Many tender allu
sions were made to the beloved dead.
The meetings this year have been
The Mozart band will hold their reg
ulur weekly concert at Hotel Anthra
cito this evoning instead of on Satur
Miss Ion a Tyler and Miss Flora Al
len, of Forest City, speut yesterday aft
ernoon iu this city.
At the annual meeting of the Wo
man's Homo Missionary society of the
First Presbyterian cburoh the follow
ing officers were elected: President,
Mrs. C.T. Meakerjvice presidents. Mrs.
W. E Frisbiej Mrs. T. E. Raynor; sec
retary, Mrs. 8. D. Baker; treasurer,
Mrs. J. E. Burr; assistant treasurers,
Mrs James Nome and Miss Katharine
Van Bercran. Mrs. P. H. Briggs and
Mrs. C. E. Lathrope were chosen dele
gates to the Presbyterian convention
which will be held in Green Ridge ou
Oct. 10 and 11.
Miss H ittio Hughes Brown, of New
York city, is the guest of her parents
on Salem avenue.
Miss Cora Avery, of Wyoming street,
will spend the Sabbath with Wyoming
Orders were received yesterday from
tho Delaware and Hudson company
that that their mines will go on three
quarter time, beginning on Monday
F. D. Bnrmell, of Scmnton, was a
Carboadnla visitor yesterday.
Mrs. W. R Thomas, of River streot.
is tbe gnest of her sister, Mrs. Joseph
Hammerlo, of Willces-Burrs.
The Mitchell Hose company, No. 1,
will rent tbe W. V. Watt building ou
the day of the fireman's touruamoot in
tbis city, in which they will entertuiu
their gu sts in a royal manner.
Yesterday occurred the excursion to
Houeedale of the Lncretia Iodg, No.
109, of tbe Rebecca Branch of the Iu
dependent Order of Odd Fellows, of
The Ambrosia Social club have issued
invitations for a social which will be
given in their rooms on tbe South Side
on Tuesday evening, Sapt. 18.
S. H. Clifford, Now CassoL Wis., was
troubled with neuralgia nnd rheumatism,
his stomach was disordered, his liver was
affected to an nlarming degree, appetite
fell away, and he was terribly reduced in
llesb and strength. Three bottles of Elec
tric Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd. Harrisbnrg, 111., had
a running sore on his leg of eight years'
standing. Used three buttle" of Electric
Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's
Arnica Salve and his leg is ound and
well. John Speaker, Catawba, O., bad
live laree fever sores on his leg, doctors
said he was incurable. One bottle Electrio
Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica
Silve cured him entirely. Sold by Mat
thew Bros, drug store.
The German Lutheran church has
purchased a building plot from H. C.
Russell and Homer Greene, 80 by 100
feet, corner Second and Seventh streets,
The plot of gronnd is composed of two
lots, snob 40 by 100 feet. Tbe consider
ation for the corner lot was $3,000 and
tbe adjoining lot $3,500, making a total
of $5,500. A ehuroh will booo be
erected here. Of the remaining lots
recently purohased by Messrs. Russell
and Greene, there is an option on the
lot 40 by 100 feet, corner Second and
Eighth streets; alio lot adjoining
Fuertb's restaurant on Siventh street.
25 by 100, as well as on all the lots on
Main street between Eighth street and
the Savings bank, consisting of four
lots 25 by 100 feet and two lots 20 bv 80
feet There ara many rumors afloat
relative to these lots on Main street,
the most prominent being to tbe effeot
that a handsome hotel Is to bs ereoted ;
however, nothing definite oan be ascer
tained. Miss Rsbsoea Sneller, who has been
visiting Miss Mary Manner for some
time past, returned to her home in
South Bethlehem yesterday.
Mrs. - Nsney Genung and daughter,
Miss Eunice, are vliiting friends at
William H Malla and bride re
turned home yesterday. Mr. Malta re
sumes his position as Honesdale repre
sentative of the Trntb.
One of the greatest improvements
that has been made to a Honesdale
business home and also to the appear
ance of tbe town for some time past, is
that being made by H. Sobnerbolz,
Tha improvement consists in the tear
ing down of an old porch that project
out into the-street line, and putting in
a nw front to hit store, which will
now occupy tbe entire building. ,
Hamlsomt hpw blueitone steps have
be-n pi "111 froa of th-1 '-jjnd-cut
At a meeting of Montrose Hos t oouj
pany.No. 2, held last Wednesday night,
en invitation from the Andrew Mit
chell Hose company, of Carbondale,
was accepted, and tue company will
participate in the first annual parade
of the Carbondale Fire department
Dr. Roeves, 412 Spruce street, Scran
ton, cures premature weakness. 9 a. in
to 9 p. m
Tha annual parade of the Montrose
Fire department will occur next Thurs
day, Sept, 20
The public telephone has been
changed from tbe express office to the
cigar store of N. P. Ayer's, in tbe same
Richard Watrous and Olin Tingley
started on Thursday for Wyoming,
where they ar to attend school.
Bostwick & Corwin have the finest
delivery wagon in town.
Miss Grave Smith, who was a suc
cessful teacher iu tbe Honesdale public
sohools last season, has accepted a posi
tion in the Harford Orphan school.
Tbe new Loomis block is up to tha
Tbe greatest of war dramas, "The
Blue and tbe Grey," will be produced
In Company G's armory on Friday and
Saturday eveniugs of this week. Tbe
company is said to be one of the best.
They will be assisted by the membors
of Company G.
Hon. G, A. Grow has been calling
on bis many friends here this week.
Mrs. Clara Birnhart and daughter,
Mils Anna B unhurt, of Scranton, have
been visiting friends here this week.
Montrose Hose company No. 2 will
run an excursion to Carbondale and re
turn on Sept. 27 at tbe exceeding low
rate of $2 25 for tbe rounJ trip,
Fred Bailey, formerly a drug clerk
In Cooley's drug store, but now in New
York, has been spending a two weeks'
Miss Mary Warner is conducting a
very successful kindergarten at her
home on Cherry street.
Mrs. McKay and daughter Helen
have returned from an extended visit
with her brothers in BmMur, Cl.
The ladies of tbe Methodist Episco
pal church will serve supper in the
tranoept of the ehuroh this evening at
William W, Hardy, who was injured
in the sham battle at tbe recent vet
erans reunion is improving. It is now
thought that his eyesight may be pre
served. Fmi nnKDMATisM, lnmbago, neuralgia,
cramp and colic there is no remedy supe
rior to the genuine Dr. Thomas' Ecloctrio
The Guild of St. Agnas will hold a
social at the residence of Mr. A. B.
Oliver on Brook street Friday evening.
Refreshments will be served on tbe
lawn if the weather permits. An en
tertaining musical programme has been
arranged for tbe evening.
The many friends of Miss Llllie War
dell gathered nt ber home on Grove
street Wednesday night, the occasion
being in sbouor of the young lady's
birthday. The occasion was a complete
surprise. The evening' was pleasantly
spent and In the "wee buik' hours" the
guests departed wishing the young lady
many happy days. Music wis furnished
by Professor Johnson, of Scranton.
The Erie and Wyoming Valley Rail
road company and the Pennsylvania
Coal company paid their employes
A cross walk is badly needed at tbe
corner of Cherry and Fourth streets.
Tbis is one of tbo principal crossings
on the street, and during wet, muduy
weather, pedestrians have to go a
block out of their way to cross the
A number of the Erie and Wyoming;
Valley and Pennsylvania Coal company
iflkelals made an inspection on tbe
above road Wednesday.' Tbe party
va composed of E. II. Moad , George
W. Quiutard, Samuel Thome, Thomas
Hodgson, Mr. Piatt and Benjamin
Smith, of New York. The party ar
rived at Lackawaxon Tuesday night In
private car 'Ramapo,' where they
were met by President John B. Smith,
Superintendent Gooro B Smith and
C. P. Savage and A. W. Ciose with Su
perintendent Smith's private car. Tbe
tonr included all of the railroad and
branches and Pennsylvania Coul com
pany's breakers. Dinner was partaken
of at Wilkes-Barre after which tbe
party returned to Scranton, continuing
thir excursion to Buffalo via Delaware
and Hudson and Erie railways.
Mr. uud Mrs. C H. Styles, of New
York, and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Tuthill.
of liiiwluy, have bean visitors at tbo
home of Mr. and Mr?. Marvine Tuthill
L. M. Smiak has returned from a
visit to Bay Head.
Mrs. Scott Vail and family, of Scran
ton. visited fiieuds here yesterday.
Mrs. A. D. Blackinton is visiting
MIbs Emm Cbumberlin, of Blooms
burg, is a visitor at the home of M.
The missionary social held under the
auapicies of the Ladies' Missionary so
ciety and tbe Young L idiea' circle at
the Presbyterian church last night
proved a erand snccess, both socially
nnd financially. Eicb mumbur told how
they earned tuoir dollar and as tbe ex
planations were written in rhyme they
proved very amusing, many of the
writers showing abilities that would
rival a Longfellow or Wbittier. A
iplended mnstcal programme was en
tertainingly rendered, after which re
freshments were served. There was a
A young lad named Matthews was
injured while jumping from a traction
Car at the Corners last night. A num
ber of boys have been iu the habit of
riding on the car steps until the con
ductor drove them off, and last night
Matthews was among tha crowd and
when the conductor ordered him off bo
jumped backwards and struck on the
uaok of his head. He was carried into
Dr. Winter's office, where the contu
sion was examined. The doctor could
not say whether it wonld prove serious
Tha business meeting of the Price
library will be held tonight, and every
Friday night hereafter until further
Ou week from tonight Emblem di
vision, Sous of Temperaooe, give an
entertainment in the Calvary Baptist
ohuroh for the benefit of Evan Evaus.
Mrs R, W. Rcse is in Plymouth,
having been culled tbere by tbe sick
ness of Daniel R iese.
Byard Griffiths, son of the burgess,
was run down on Main street Wednes
day night by a reckleis driver. The
driver was arrested but was disobarged
after receiving a lecture on fast driv
ing. - .
Mulherin & Judge's lumber wagon,
f South SoraotoHk ran over and se
riously injured Howard, son of Will
lum Nyhnrdt, on Wednesday. Dr.
Houser is attending him.
Willie, a sou-' of John M. Thomas,
fell off a fence Wednesday and- broke
his arm. '
Where is the p-lic.-' fore on Smrl"y
afternoons and it -.i ii;.J A fo. urn-ms
A fas; Jr.yiuj, aui if those hoodlums
would be respected by the community.
Try it onoe for a rem id y of Sabbath
breaking and ornelty to animals.
A large number of scholars of our A
sod B olass of tbe Fourth ward sehool,
were yesterdoy promoted to the Graded
Thomas W. Evans left yesterday for
J" Keystone academy, Factory
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dibble and
obildren are home from York state.
James Mapleson, John Price. Wil
liam Morris and William Jermau
drove yeiterday to Gouldsboro, where
tbey fished last night.
Lena King, Grace King and Ida
Coortright are attending school at the
David Owens, who skipped by the
shades of moonlight for parts unknown,
has at last made known his where
abouts. He is at Gov ernor's Island in
the United States army.
Tue Srcret art of beauty lies not in cos
motics, but is only in pure blood, and a
healthy performance of the vital functions,
to be obtained by using Burdock Blood
School began yesterday.
William Kennedy, of Syracuse, is
visiting at the residence of William
Maynard, on Williams street.
Dr. Reeves. 412 Spruce street, Seran
ton, cures blood poisoning. 9 a. m. to
9 p. in.
Chester Mini sou has mnvod from El
ward O'Brien's bouse on Williams
street, to his own now house on Da
M. S. Lowe is visiting in Scranton.
The pay oar will visit this plucs on
Saturday to pay the employes of the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
The Harford fair will bs held at
Hartford on Wednesday and Thurs
day, S.-pt. 20 and 27.
John G. Miller made a business trip
10 Scranton yesterday.
Landlord Lloyd, of the Central, has
had bis hall thoroughly re-fitted with
new furniture, carpets, eto. This
makes it one of tbe raoit comfortable
halls in town for lodge purposes, and
all visiting members of seoret societies
will spend a pleasant evening by call
ing. T. W. Loftus and Edward Williams,
of Olyphant, were oallers in town yes
terday. Mr. J. L. Grlsnlngcr
iNervous and Weak
All broken down, unablo to sleep, distress and
burning in my stomach, smothering and choking
spells this was my condition when I began to
take Hood's Sarsanarlllo. I have taken 8 bot
tles and ferl lilt another man, can work
with ease, weigh over 200, and mm cared. I
shall ever be ready to praise Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. .1. 1.. GmssiNOXR, New Grenada, I'a.
N. It. Bo sure to get Hood's and only Hood's.
Hood's Pills nro endorsed by thousands.
230 Lacka. Ave.
Do we hit the mark?
A few minutes
Children's Knee rants. Two
pair for 25 cents.
Boy's Double-breasted School
Suits; regular price, $1.75.
Boys' Double-breasted Black
Wool Suits ; regular prioe, $3,
Men's Suits, Single or Double
breasted; regular price, $7.
Men's Black Dresa Suits; reg.
ular price, $12.50.
Men's Dross Panta, 50 styles;
regular price, $5.
Above Goods Are All New. Tk
All goocU left from the
FIRE SALE, which are
damaged by water only, at
your own price.
' PIQN OP THE BELL.
. 230 Lackawanna Ave.
. Kt-iit uoor to tuu bdimU j. ,t'ic
1 Ml ( UT! Si')
400-402 Lackawanna Ave.
GEE AT ADVANCE SALE OP
THESE goods will be sold far below their
value, and it will pay you to secure what
you need for the winter during this sale. BY
PAYING A SMALL DEPOSIT you can have
them stored FREE OF CHARGE until wanted.
1 case 10-4 Blankets, White and Grey, winter
price 89c; now only . . . . . " JOo.
lease 10-4 Blankets, White and Grey, wiatei
price $1.50; now only ..... $1
1 case 11-4 Blankets, White and Grey, winter
price, $2.25; now only -. . . . - $1.50
1 case 10-4 White Wool Blankets, winter price
$3.75; now only . . . . . . $2,50
1 case 11-4 White Wool Blankets, winter price
$5; now only . . . . . . $3.50
1 case 10-4 California Blankets, winter price
$7.50; now only $5.50
1 case 11-4 California Blankets, winter price.:
$8.50; now only - .... $6.50
2 bales Comforts, special, worth $3 and $3.25;
now only ..... lOS
New lot just received
50c, 90c, $1.25, $2, $2.25, $3 and $150
k fine cloth back
k fine cloth back Screen for $3.50
An elegant one in cream and gold for
New lot Japanese Scrap Baskets.
Chenille and Yelonr Table Coters
Onyx Top Tables at $6 each,
EVERYTHING IN THE UPHOLSTERY LINE.
406 and 408
BRANCH AT CARBONDALE.
Our Peerless Credit Plan a
trial? It will furnish one room
or an entire house, and all
upon simply your promise to
pay. Our Peerless Credit
Plan is the broadest guasre
plan ever known. The rich
and poor alike live under it
prosper by itand are
happy. We offer its benefits
for you, and our extraordi
nary fall offerings. Come
and pick out all you want.
Then simply tell us how
much you can afford to pay
each week or month. No
matter how small that amount
you'll find us ready to accom
HAVE YOU EM M HI Ml
Screen for. $2. 2 5
THAT BEDROOM OUTFIT
Which we have furnished
hundreds and hundreds' of
homes with in seasons past
Only we have improved it
greatly. Larger Suit! Larger
Glass! High Gloss Finish!
Fine Metal Trimmings on
Dresser and Washstand. '
OUTFIT consists of
Bedroom Suit, 8 pieces. .
Weven Wire Spring.
Husk and Cotton Ma ires 3.
Carpet for Room and