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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE -SATTTK DAY MOKSTUTG; SEPTEMBER 15. 1894;
Mild weather will not last
Neither will the PRESENT
Bargains in Blankets.
We placed our orders with
makers daring a time of general
depression when orders were
scarce and prices of raw materials
at the lowest point with the re
suit that we have secured the
most carefully-made goods at the
lowest prices. In addition to
these we have a number of choice
blankets carried over from last
season, slightly soiled; to dispose
of them quickly have marked
them down at least 25 per cent,
below prices generally prevailing.
For Autnmn and Winter.
Beautiful colors and handsome,
new, gracefal designs. Our col
lection is larger than ever before
and more attractive, while the
prices are considerably lower than
in any previous year.
A large line of Women's
and Children's Hosiery has
just come to us at prices
lower than ever before
412 Spruce St., Scranton.
Dr. Reeves Is certainly gaining the confi
dence of the public. He Is dealing honestly
with the people of Scranton and vicinity. lie
is good and considerate to the poor and treats
everyonn with respectful consideration. Hav
ing bad long and varied experience in private
and hospital service, he stands unequalled ill
his profession. He Is performing some won
derful cures, and while his handsome ottices at
412 Sprue street, Bcranton.are daily crowded
with sick andsufferini?,he always has time and
a word of cheer and comfort for everyone.
He gives advice, ser- rnrr (ir PHinpF
vices ami examinations Ittll Ul liRAIM
Mo one is turned away. Those who take treat
ment are speedily cured and he will not take
any case, in order to get one's money, which
he knows is Incurable. He deals frankly and
honestly with you and his opinion is hlgn au
thority, lie treats men, women or children
and all acute and chronic diseases.
He, with bis assistants, treat all diseases of
the nervous system, diseases of the eye, ear,
nos and throat, dyspepsia, rheumatism, lost
vitality, premature weakness or decay in
both sexes, female weaknesses and irregu
larities, nervous debility, catarrh, tumors,
cancers, eruptions, blood poisoning, fits, epl
ilepsy, Indiscretion and errors of youth, lost
manhood, eczema, scrofula, St. Vitas' dance,
asthma, diseases of the Heart, lungs, liver,
kidneys, bladder, stomach, etc.
Kinsuitation anil examination Free.
fake elevator In Christian's hat store, or
Remember the name and number,
: 412 Spruce St, Scranton.
A petition baa bean lroalated among
U property holder ol Rook terrace
asking th borough conooll to repair
the road running parallel with the
Delaware and Hudson track. The road
la now vnaafe for travel and the tax
payers justly asX that it be fixed. The
petition would have been preeented to
the council on Tuesday evening if a
meeting bad taken place.
Mieaea Mary Brennan and Bridget
Dnggan, of Pittaton, are Tiaitlng
Mis Mary A. Carden, of South Main
atreet, wee bridesmaid at the marriage
of ber cousin. Miss Katie Seanlon, of
Moscow, on Thai-eddy. Miss Boanloo,
who ia now Mrs. O'Rourke, it well and
favorably known here, where ahe baa
been a frequent visitor.
Mrs. William Law, of Avoea, ia call
lng on fnenda here.
W. H. Blake, of Jones, Sim peon &
Co. 'a atore, ia in New York aity.
a. u unasrman has returned from
a trio through New York atate and
Rebekan lodge, of this plaee. waa
nnaiI.Ui fn 'I hnriln. M.nw l.ju
root uers stuniuuu ana naa a moat en-
The marriage of Miss Bridget Lot tni,
f Rook terrace, to William Ball, of
hJUUIt. M DH1WVH, IB mU UVUIIDVU fell
take place on Wednesday, Sept. 26.
Jones, Simpeon & Co. have begun
the erection of a large storage tank to
supply water to their englnea at the
T a i i j mi. T
feijmuDa Dreader aoa in cupi
iv win n in insi nAivnrwirhinfi af
i.OOO gallons, The tank will be lo-
ted OB a hill abont GOO faet awav
atiafi Tfc ttt'tll Mmnl.t.
Llnderman will leave for Lan-
Monday morning to attend
1 aeesion of the Grand lodge
mtor Order United America i
f as n repr 'seuutlre of Aiou
Ml No. 00.
. AT PITTSTQM
The Action of Councils oa Paving Causes
OPINIONS OF THE RESIDENTS
Prominent Citizens Denounce the
Vote Giving the Barber Asphalt
Company the Right to Pave Main
Street The Councilmen Who Are
Willing to Throw Light on the Sub'
ject Are to Be Interviewed.
Special to th Scranton Tribune.
Pittston, Pa., Bept 14.
THE action of the oouneil ia voting
to pave Main street with asphalt
baa caused muoh surprise and
indignation about the city, and
has been the main topio of eonveraa
tion today among those interested in
Councilmen Tigue and Hennlgan
state that they are prepared to sub
stantiate their former statements be
fore a proper committee of citizens at
any time, and it ia probable that their
testimony will be beard by the citi
zens' advisory committee at an early
The following opiniona gathered by
a Tribune representative will give an
idea of the sentiment of the people of
Pittston upon the paving question:
John B. Law "I think it an out
rage, and all the more atrange that the
connoil ahould deoide on asphalt, after
having asked and obtained the opin
ion of the advisory committee." When
asked what be thought of the public
declaration of Councilman Tigue, be
replied: "I think the advisory com
mittee or any body of citizens should
take the matter up and sift it thor
oughly. It is the only proper methol
to pursue and I am in hopes they will
do it and that without delay."
C. K. Campbell ''If the eoneenan'
of opinion was for the briek pave the
oouneil ahould respeot the opinion'.
Inferentially I conclude the advisory
committee were sufficiently well in
formed of the wishes of the public on
the pave question, having been unof
ficially interested in the matter for the
past three months and aeting by invi
tation in conjunction with the council.
Therefore, they being in touch with
the property owners of the borough, es
pecially those on Mains tree t.shonld have
commanded the respect of our coun
cil and ahould have influenced the
council In their official action. Had
they we would have brick." John
Jordan, justice of the peace: "I think
the council did net treat the commit
tee with the respeet due them, Ia my
judgment brick is the beet pave and
the connoil made a mistake in adopt
ing the asphalt. As regard the state
ments made by Mr. Tigue I think Mr.
Langan should make him prove them
so far as be is ooncerned." O.
W. St John "The council should
have aeleoted briok and their aotion
in not having done so more than sur
prises me. in fact it is strange, very
strange. The charges of corruption
made by Councilman Tigue should be
taxen up try the advisory oemmtttee
and potted until every vestige of their
truth or falsity is established, it la a
duty they owe the community."
Councilman Tiane "Yea. the oharcea
I made I again repeat aid stand pre
pared to sutstantiate them before
any tribunal, by reputable witnesses
either in conrt or out of court."
Councilman Hennigan "All that
Mr. Tigue has said I am willing to sub
stantiate." "Mr. Hennegan, was any
similar offer such as Mr. Tigne refers
to made to you? "Yea
touncilmau Lynott "In all proba
bility briek it woul l have been bad
not there been so much talk of boodle.
The only man who approached me waa a
well known detective of the Lehigh
Valley railroad, who was desirous of
having the material shipped over that
road. I was aot offered any money;
never saw any."
John uonnell I won t pay for as
phalt, if I oan get out of it, because I
can't afford it. I am willing to have a
good road, but I don't favor putting
down something I can't pay for. I am
willing to get np a petition and present
it to the council protesting against tbe
imposition and outrage."
e. W. Ferguson "It s an outrage of
the basest kind."
Benjamin Harding, chairman of the
advisory committee "The action of
the eonnell more than surprises me,
and in view of the statement made by
Councilman Tigue the advisory oom-
mittee should make an investigation
and a thorough one; cost what it will."
The fifth local convention of the Jeff
erson Branch union Young People's So
ciety Christian Endeavor, will be held
Sept. 19 at the First Congregational
shnroh at Clifford.
Dr. Reevea, 412 Sprnee street, Scran
ton, oures otorrboea. or discharge from
tbe ear. 0 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Mrs. 0. Mcintosh, who bas been
visiting Mrs. A. Q. Yonng, formerly
of this plaee, now of New London,
Conn,, and Mrs. Charles Simpson, of
Stroudsbnrg, has returned borne.
N. T. Mitchell and U J. Langley
were at the county seat on business
Mrs, J. H. Vosbnrg, who bas been
visiting in Downsville, N. Y., has re
Carl and James Da Boil, who have
been spending the summer here, will
return to their homes in Washington,
D. C , to morrow.
Mlobael Walters has moved to bis
farm in Conklln which he haa recently
bought Tbe house vacated by bim
will be oeeupled by Frank Jackson.
Mrs. William .Squires and Mra. R
Bainnm called on friends in Seranton
There will be a special meeting of
the Hallstead Fire company on Satur
day evening to elect a delegate to the
W. D. Lnsk, of Montrose, is In town.
Frank Hollen, of Jersey City, ia vis
iting friends in this place.
Mr, and Mrs. H. L. Qaige have re
turned from Atlantio City.
Mr. and Mrs O. J. Galge and little
daughter, of Philadelphia, are visiting
Mr. Gaiee's parents.
Mrs. J. M Noack and little eon,
Frank, left Wedneelny to join Mr.
Noaek at Fort Plain, N. Y.
W. Walker, of Gouldsboro, was in
town on Thursday.
Alva Ebrgood and bride returned
on Wednesday and were serenaded by
the band of tnnsloal boys,
Mr. O'Rourke and Miss Kate Seanlon
war married in St. Cathrine's churob
nt 5 n'olnok Thursday aftfrneon,
N x' Thursd iy an I Ft I mv, tj-pt 80
mo 21, tbe Womru's CLrlstlao Trm
perance union will hold thir mid-rear
convention at this place. An xollnt
spesker has been secured for Thursday
Mr. Bourne, of Gloversville, N. Y.,
a brother ot our townsman. C. W.
Bourne, occupied tbe pulpit of the
Methodist Episcopal chorea last Sun
day morning and preached a most ex
cellent sermon from 1 John iil., 4.
Next Snnday evening a young Japan
ese will speak to the people ot this
place in the Metbodiet Episcopal
Tbe Medium wants to know where
Tallie Morgan'a music class is. Tbe
class is here, but where is Tallie?
The Euatls club, of Pituton, arrived
in this eity yesterday afternoon and
later took a car for Simpson, where
they oontested a game of base ball with
tbe Lotus club, of this plaee, which re
sulted in a victory for Pittaton, score
8 to 6. In the evening the Lotus boys
entertained their gnests by a aoeial In
their rooms in the Opera House block.
Born to Mr. and Mra William
Ulmer, of Park atreet, yesterday after
noon, a son.
J. W. Dlmock and family spent yes
terday with friends in Wayne oounty.
Benjamin Tncker haa aoeepted a
position with A. W. Reynolds, the
James W. Gerhart, of 225 Dundaff
street, and Mra. Maggie Koijrht, of
Wilkes-Barro, were married Thursday
in Scranton. They will arrive in this
elty on Monday, where they will make
it their home.
The Mozart band have deposited their
eheok for $100 and are willing to meet
the Citizens' band, of Jermyn, in a
competition at any time and place.
City Treasurer Gramer yesterday fin
ished the work of balancing bia books
for the month of Angnst Tbe work
this year bas been creatly in excess of
that of August. 1893. Last year the
receipts were $19,690.85 and expendi
tnree only $1,175.75. Compare this
with the figures of August, 1894, as
follows: Received, $23,981.11; paid
out, $12,328 54.
Amaea Truex, of Binghamton, is vis
iting Carbondale frienda this week,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Maxwell,of Salem
avenne, will leave on Monday for a
Visit in Philadelphia,
R. P. Dolge left last evening for
Binghamton where be bas aoeepted a
position In the Hotel Bennett.
J. A. Moore returned yesterday to
bis home in Plainfield, N. J , after
spending few days with Carbondale
Mrs. Fred White, at the Eddy, gave
a surprise party Thursday evening in
honor of Fred W. Sands.
Dr. Reeves, 412 Sprues street. Scran
ton, cures salt rheum or aorofula. 9 a.
m. to 9 p. m.
Dr. L. P. Cook ia having an alcove
window and porch built on his resi
dence. Misses Katie and Bridget Gallagher
went to New York city Thursday morn
The Erie and Wyoming Valley Rail
road pay car waa in town Thursday
I be Young People s Society of
Christian Endeavor of tbe Presbyterian
churob, will hold a dime sosial at tbe
borne of their castor. Rev. J. J. Ran
kin next Tuesdas evening. A cordial
Invitation is extended to all. .
Miss Nelia Phillips la teaobing in the
About twenty-five people from here
attended tbe Odd I Fellows picnio,
Thursday, at Belleview park. Hones
dale. M. Francis Broderiek, telegrapb
operator for tbe New York Central
railroad at Yonkers, N. Y., is spending
a few days with bis parents.
urs. ueerge Smith, nee ttea. Is con
valescing after a rather severe Illness.
Repnblioan primary elections will be
held thia evening between the bonraof
6 and 8 o'clock. Delegates will be
elected to the county convention on
Monday next to nominate candidates
for the legislators, associate jndge
and jury commiasloner. A member of
the eounty committee will also be
Three hundred and fourteen pnpila
were enrolled at the graded school
toe nrst any of tbe term.
Miss Amelia Jacoba is visiting ber
brother Charles, in Green Ridge.
The poles for the new eleotrie road
have been placed along the thorough
faro and oars ara expected to run in
tbe near future.
Dr. Reeves, 412 Spruce street, Scran
ton, en res eezsma and all eruptions. 9
a. m. to 9 p. m.
Miss Margnerite La Grots, of Wash
ington, D. C, ia the guest of Miss Anna
The minea receiving cars from the
Lehigh Valley company, which have
been idle for the past few days, will
resume work on Monday.
Kionara Malnwarrlng. one of oar
esteemed townsmen, who haa resided
here for the past few years, will re
move to West Pittston in the near
One of tbe moat enjoyable of young
People's parties that bas been given
here this season was a enehre party
given by Miss Anna Walsh for her
friend, Miss Marguerite La Gross, of
Washington, 1) O. Among tbe guests
were 8. D. Streeter, of Tunkhannock;
Dr. Gillespie, Miss Bessie Weber, M.
Walsh, Miss B. Walsh, Avosa; J. Har
rold Mnbon, Pittston; O. B. Riobarda,
Mies Tressa O tiara, M. F. Corcoran,
Miss Jndge, Miss M. Evans, P. Gil
boy. James Gilboy, F. F. Walsh, Mrs.
J. F. Walab, Doryea; Mlas K. Tigue,
Miss Mary Browa, of Providence, is
visiting Miss Anna MoAodrew,
Branoh 184, Yonng Men s Institute of
Minooka, pnrehased a new $300 up
right piano yesterday from J. J, Guern
sey, of Scranton, which baa been placed
in tbe rooms for tbe benefit of its mem
bers. At 9 o'clock the inianotion which
waa served on the aehool direotors of
the township will be presented to
court for final discussion. The direc
tors intend to make a bard fight to
sustain their action, They have pro
cured the assistance of two lawyers to
work on tbe case.
Night sobool is being held every
Moudnv, Tuesday and Friday evenlnga
at tbe Y. M. L rooms on Willow street,
for the benefit of the members, and is
free of charge.
"Tank," a colored uentlemnn wbo
bandlse the ribbons for Dr. Porteus,
ran a foot race on Thursday night, jnst
before tbe whistle at the Taylor mines
blew for 9 o'clock, with Louie Ander
son, a gentlemanly coachman for Dc
Honser. "Tank" won the raea.
A shooting match bstween Frank
McLsnrlo and Jmn Bma will take
plao John Rid by'e hotel, Sibley,oa
8pt. 84.for$25 a side. 'Each will shoot
Ml filttlU UfxS.
Honesdale is the centre ot an indus
try whose warea are sold over a large
territory namely, tbe cut alasa trade.
Within a radios of a few miles there
are three factories whose names are
synonymous with the ont glass trade.
These firms are J. S O'Connor of Haw
ley, C. Dorfinger & Sons. White Mills,
and T. B. Clark & Co., Honesdale. To
those who have never witnessed tbe
process of cutting, a few words
of explanation will be interesting.
A description of tbe Inst named
factory will be a description ot all.
The glass used for cutting is very
heavy and thick. After first outlining
tbe design to be cut, tbe bowl or other
disk first undergoes the rongh cutting.
For this first prooess a ateel wheel ia
used. The bowl is beld against tbe re
volving wheel. Into which a stream of
wet aand is constantly falling. This
makes a deep cut. This process is con
tinned until the design is entirely out
out. Tbe bowl Is then carried to an
other department for the smoothlna
process. For tbe latter a atone wheel
is used, on which there is a constant
flow of water. The bowl is now
perfectly smooth and Is polished on a
wooden wheel. In thia connection it
might be aaid the wooden wheel now
generally used, is made and patented
by Wyman Kimble, of Honesdale.
After the bowl is polished it is plaosd
in fine saw dust until It Is ready for
oleaning, after whioh it is inspected
very carefnlly and packed for ahlp
ment. The least flaw or smallest speck
of iron in tbe glass spoils It aa first
qnality. Glass so tainted are called
seconds. Pare pieces only bear tbe
William Swift leaves for Harry Hill
man college, Wilkee-Barre, today.
Fred Giehrer is in New York pur
chasing his fall stock.
The opening for Professor Heft's
dancing olass will take place Tuesday
evening at Pioneer hall.
An effort is on toot to organize a
first class gymnasium. The project is
receiving much encouragement and
bida fair to be a success. Several of
tbe clergymen and many prominent
business men have indorsed tbe move
ment and promised their support The
organization will be effected when
fifty persona bave aigned their names
as charter members.
Miss Lonise Hardenbergb, who baa
been the gneat of ber brother, Hon. E.
B. Harden bergh, for some time past
returns to ber borne In Scranton today.
Monroe Weiss returns to Princeton
Navigation bas been resumed on the
Delaware and Hudson canal.
Tbe Secret art of beauty lies not in cos
metics, bnt is ouly in pure blood, and a
heal thy performance of the vital functions,
to be obtained by nsing Burdock Blood
Mrs. Frank Shales baa retnrned to
ber borne on Packer street, after stead
ing a few weeks at Harvey's Lake and
Mrs, W. B. Williams and shildren, of
Altns, Ark., who bave been visitiag
ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles San
ders, for a few months, retnrned to ber
home this week.
Mr. and Mrs, Robert McMillan aad
Mrs. James Anderson are among tbe
number that attended the funeral of
James Bryden at Pituton.
The marriage of Daniel McCarthy
and Mlas Maggie Kelley will take plaoe
next Wednesday at St Mary'a church,
at 4. 80 p. m.
William Hsaley retnrned to Niagara
yesterday to resume bis studies.
Attorney Bsxtresser.of Philadelphia,
is the guest of L. J. Baxter,
a H. Clifford, New Caasel. Wis., was
troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism,
bis stomach was disordered, his liver was
affected to an alarming degree, appetite
fell away, and be was terribly reduced in
flesh and strength. Three bottles of Eleo
trio Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, Harrisbnrg, III, had
a running sore on bis leg of eight years'
standing. Used three bottles of Electric
Bitters and seven boxes of Book ten's
Arnica Salve and his leg is oond and
well. John Speaker, Catawba, O., had
live larse fever sores on bis leg; doctors
said he waa incurable. One bottle Electric
Bitters and one box Bncklen'e Arnica
Salve cured bim entirely. Sold by Mat
thew Bros, drug store.
The Hillside collieries in this plaee
were paid yesterday.
Richard Gray, of the West Side,
Soranton, now occupies a position in
J. W. Larabee'a tonaorial parlors.
David Harris, a popular yonng man
of this place, who baa ooeupied a posi
tion iu J. L. Morgan & Co.'s store for
the past three years, bas resigned, and
will leave next week to take a course
in Eastman Business oollege at Poagh
keepsie, N. Y.
Rev. H. A. Payne, of Binghamton,
N. Y., will oooupy the pulpit of the
Baptist chorea next Sabbath morning
A alight wreck occurred on the Jeff
erson branch yesterday abont 4 o'clock
to an Erie coal train at Bnrnwood. A
few ears were thrown off and trains de
layed about two hours.
By request of many citizens the
United enoir will give a grand aonoert
in the opera house next Wednesday
evening. The "Hunting Seng" and
"Gloria," whioh were the competition
pieces at Soranton last week, will be
Last Tuesday evening, at tbs home
of Squire D, R. Biaman, corner of
Grand avenue and Railroad street, was
solemnized I the marriage of John V. Le
Roy, clerk in the Hiliaide office iu this
place, and Miss Delia Braman. The
Rev. P. B. Kennedy, of the Presby
terian churob, was tbe officiating cler
gyman. Tbe marriage was a very qniet
nffiilr and waa witnessed only by a few
relatives of tbe contracting parties.
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy are enjoying a
wedding trip throngh New York state
nnd other points ot interest.
For rheumatism, lumbago, neuralgia,
cramp and colic there is no remedy supe
rior to tbe genuine Dr. Thomas' Eclectrio
The Hlckorie. of Jermyn, will croea
bata with the Brown, Jrs., this after
noon at 4 o'clock, on tbe Browns'
gronnda. This promisee to be one of
the most interesting games of the sea
son. A large delegation from May field
and Jermyn will attond,
Mrs. William Evana and son are vis
iting relatives in Ply month.
George Berry, ot Barthold's store, la
in New York oily.
Patrick Hughes, of Carbondale, waa
in town yeeterday.
Mrs. A. W. Taylor entertained a
nnmber of ber friends at ber borne on
Ltckawanna street Thursday after
noon, Mrs. Evana and son, of Pittston, re
tnrned home yesterday after a visit
wiih her sister, Mrs. Alfrsd Haines, of
the West Side.
Mra F. L. VcnSickle and children
have retnrned after a vistt at Faerory
vi II, '
Miis Maggie Sullivan who baa been
visiting Miss Katie Reddingtoa, re
turned horn last evening.
Mrs. William Mahon ia visiting
friends at Hawley.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Knapp, of
Carbondale, apent yesterday with Mr.
and Mrs. George Van Am, of Dunmore
Miss Katie Hoban baa returned borne
after a pleasant visit with friends at
The Women's Christian Temperance
anion elected tbe following officers last
Thnrsday afternoon: Prealdent, Mrs.
Ambrose Brnndase; first vice presi
dent, Mrs. J. B. Sickler; seoond vioe
president, Mrs. Samuel Arnold; secre
tary. Mrs Joseph Dongberty; assistant
secretary, Mrs. John Barnes; corre
sponding seoretsry, Mrs. G Hartman;
treasurer, Mrs, Edward Critig.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Williams have
moved to Seranton.
Miles Wademan is erecting a new
house on Hickorv street.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Stage will leave
next Tnesday morning to visit with
frieads at Newark, N. J.
Tbe glad news was received yester
day that tbe Delaware and Hndsoa
breakers will start on three-quarters
time next Monday.
Mrs. Caroline Cobb, of Salem, Is
visiting her brother, Joseph Cronp.
Mra William Walker returned yes
terday after a week's visit with her
parents at Plainsvllle.
Most of tbe parties who left here
two weeks ago to pick hops in New
York state have returned home.
David Titus it confined to bis home
with bay fever.
Mr. and Mrs. E Foots were the
guests of their son William, of Wilkee
Barre, tbis week. .
Mrs. J. L. Race attended tbe Moody
meetings on Wednesday.
Miss Fannie Hyde, of Wilkee-Barre,
is tbe guest of her cousin, Mrs. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, sr., re
turned borne on Wednesday from a
visit to their daughter at Yoctvllle.
Miohael Scott, of Connellton, Is dan
Rev. F. A. King, of Taylor, waa call
ing on friends bere on Friday.
Mrs. William Playforth, of Pack
villa, Is visiting relatives in this place.
The Pennsylvania Coal company will
I Can Honestly
"For years I was In a very serious condition
With catarrh of the stomach, bowels and bladder.
I suffered Intensely
from dyspepsia, and
In fact was a miser
able wreck, merely
a skeleton. I seem
ed to go from a4
t worse. I really
wished I wss dead.
I had no rest day or
. nlgbt. I did not
roi kqow wnatto Co. I
SS hod taken so much
medicine of the
wrong kind that It
bad poisoned me,
and my flutter nails
I Mr. tt. R. Young, black and come off.
Potter-stun., re. t began t0 ttk.
Hood's Bamparllla. I had faith In themedtdiie,
and It did more for me than all prescriptions. I
have gradually regained perfect health, ara
entirely free from catarrh of the bowels, and
pain In my back. My recovery is simply mar
velous." W. R. Yodno, Potter's Mills, Pa.
Hood's Pills relieve distress after eating.
230 Lacka. Ave.
Do we hit the mark?
A few minutes
Children's Knee Pants. Two
pair for 26 centa.
Boy's Double-breasted School
Suite; regular price, $1.75.
Boys' Double-breasted Black
Wool Suite regular price, 1 3,
Men's Suits,Single or Double
breasted; regular price, $7.
Men's Black Dress Suits; reg
ular price, $12.50.
' Men's Dress Panta, 50 styles;
regular price, $5.
Above Goods Are AH New. Thk
All goods left from the
FIRE SALE, which are
damaged by water only, at
your own price.
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. : PIGN OP THE BELT
.230 Lackawanna Ave.
Kelt door to tie barnol buying.
400-402 Lackawanna Aym
GREAT ADVANCE SALE OF
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 89o.; now only 50c
lease 10-4 Blankets, Whitu aad Grey, winter
price $1.60; now only $1
lease 11-4 Blankets, White and Grey, winter
price, $2.25; now only - ' . . -$1.50
1 case 10-4 White Wool Blankets, winter prios
$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 onry - - - - $5,50
2? case 11-4 Cailfbnria Blankets, winter price
$8.50; now only - $6.50
2 bales Comforts, special, worth $3 and $3.25;
now only . $193
New lot just received.
50c, 90c, $1.25, $2, $2:25, $3 and $450
A fine cloth back Screen for $2.25
A fine cloth back Screen for $3.50
An elegant one in cream and gold for
New lot Japnese Scrap Baskets.
Ciieaille and Veto TaWe Coiers
Onyx Top Tables at $6 each.
EVERYTHING IN THE UBHOLSTSRY LUTE.
HERR & S&EBECKER
406 and 408 Lacka Avenua
BRANCH AT CARBONDALE. -
MVE YOU EVER WE &IVE AGAIN
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 guage
plan ever knowa The rich
and poor alike live under it
prosper by it and 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
II I" ' " .wf"
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 Finishl
Fine Metal Trimmings on
Dresser and Washstand.
OUTFIT consists of
Bedroom Suit, 8 pieces.
Woven Wire Spring.
Husk and Cotton Mattress.
Carpet for Boom and