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THE; SCISAXTON TEIBUXE WEDNESDAY MOANING. SEPTEMBER 19.. 1894"
Mild weather will not last
Neither will the PRESENT
Bargains in Blankets.
We placed our orders with
makers during 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 utumn and Winter.
Beautiful colors aud handsome,
new, graceful designs. Our col
lection is larger than ever before
aud 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,, Scr anion.
Dr. Heovo is rartnlnljr gaining the confl
uence of the public. Hois dvaliuir honottly
with the people of Serantcm Hnd vicinity. He
1b (food and cirnaiderate to the poor and treats
rveryone with respectful consideration. Hav
ing had long and varied experience in private
md hospital service, ho Ktundu unequalled In
Sin profession. He s lierforming some won
lerful cnres.and while Lis handsome oliices at
112 Hpruco street, Scranton.are daily crowded
with sick and sntlerinshe always has time and
B word of cheer aud comfort for overyono.
He givn ndvice. snr- rnrr nr niiinnr
vices and examlnutions luLL UT tllAlluC
No one is turned away.
The doctor has opened a fomale department
for those who wish treatment exclusively for
ailments peculiar to females, so that those
whom "delicacy'' has heretofore kept away
may now receive the services of a "lady"
whose treatment will prove her ability in
He, with his assistants, treat all diseases of
the nervous system, diseases of the eye, ear,
nogf and throat, dyspepsia, rheumatism, lost
Titnlity, premature weakness or decay in
both sexes, female weaknesses and irregu
larities, nervous debility, catarrh, tuinorr,
cancers, eruptions, blood poisoning, fits, epi
ilepsy, indiscretion and errois of youth, lost
manhood, t-czoma, scrofula, St. Vitas' dance,
asthma, diseases of the heart, lungs, liver,
kidneys, bladder, stomach, etc.
('usiiltittion anil Kxaiuinatlnn Free.
Office hours: Daily, 9 a.m. to 0 p. in. Sua
lays, 10 to 1U and 2 to 4.
Take elevator in Christian's hat store, or
Kemember the name and number,
412 Spruce St, Scranton. '
FACTOR WILLED PA.
A refined school home. Prepares for the
1 borough courses In Mnslo and Art
Teachers' Class gives beat preparation for
. Commercial Course includes Typewriting
Positions secured for Graduates.
Send for now illustrated circular.
F. M. LOOM1S, A.M., Principal
A reception was tendered Mr. John
Meyer by tbe eonjtregotioa of the Gar
man Lutheran ehnrch at tbe Central
theatre Monday evening. Mr. Meyer
Is a student for tbe miuiitry of the
Lntberan ehnroh and leaves for school
Edward Gray, for some time past tbe
rtri terror Wells, Fargo & Co'. ex
press wagon, has resigned his position.
During the Wayne eounty fair. Sept.
"5 to 28, a prominent speaker of both
tbe Republican and Demoeratio parties
will deliver an address.
Tbe managing committee of the
Maple City wheelmen met last evening
and completed the arrangements for
their race meet Oot. 4 .Everything
points to a very successful meet.
Bucklen'f Arnloa Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts
Brnises, Sores, Uloers, Halt Rheum. Fever
Bores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and all fekia Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Files, or no pay required. It
if guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Mattbews Bros.
Quinsy troubled 'tne for twenty year.
Since I started using Dr. Thomas Eclctrlc
Oil have not bad an attack. The Oil turn
sore tbroat. at once. Mrs. Letla Coix-nd,
Ktandith, ilioli , Out. 2i, '88. ,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Additional Grief in Store for Plttston Conn
INVESTIGATION IS TO PROCEED
Burgess Moloney Is Served with a
Legal Document That Is Liable to
Delay the Paving of Main Street.
The Case to Be Argued on Friday
Next Mr. Maloney Proposes to
Proceed with the Investigation as to
Charges Against Councilmen.
Speeial to Vie Scmnlon Tribune.
PlTTSTON, Sept 18.
HEN The Tribune stated some
four weeks ago that there
be no paving done on Main
street "this year of oar Lord,"
many were inclined to believe that tbo
prediction was somewhat bold and er
ratic However, it has come to pass
that the prediction contained consider
ble truth, as recent developments have
shown. While tbe council on Monday
night was engaged in wrestling
with the proposed investigation Deputy
Sheriff Honry Brenner quietly stepped
into tbe council chamber and espying
Burgess Maloney in the room adjoin
ing served an injunction npon
him greatly to his surprise. Bor
ough Attorney Bohen was called
from ' bis seat alongside President
Mnngan and the contents of
tbe legal document divulged to bim.
Its contents caused both gentlemen to
go into a state of total collapse, and
the prospects of an asphalt or brick p:ivo
ndorniug Main street is now considered
to be farther off than ever before.
Tbe injunction was issued at the in
stance of M. W. Morris and sets forth
three reasons why the counoil should
be restrained from making any furthor
step toward pnving Main street. Tho
petitioners for tbei njunction say,
that tbe council has no legal right
to take snch steps. First, because the
electiou nuder wbiob it Is proposed to
make the necessary indebtedness i
wns illegal and void. Sjeoad, be
cause the proposed increase would
be beyond the amount al
lowed by law. Third, becauso the
making of tbe contract with the Bar
ber Asphalt company nnder tbe terms
of tbe contract wonld inorease the in-
debtness beyond the legal limit. The
bearing is sot down for Friday next at
10 o'clock. Mr. Morris has retained as
counsel T. W.;Wheton, of Wilkes
Brare, and 'James L Morris, of this
INVESTIGATION TO PROCEED.
The investigation abont to be begun
by Burgess Maloney continues to ba
the all absorbing fopio of conversation
on the street. What the outoome will
be is mere conjecture. Many say tbe
burgess has no legal right to pose as n
court, and that any subpoenas serve 1
at bis instanse will be ignored. How
ever, Mr. Maloney proposes to proceed
with the matter, ana yestt-ruay.
in sompany with Benjamin Hard
ing, chairman of tbe advisory
committee to Wilkes-B:irre to engage
an attorney to conduct the investiga
tion of charges of corruption ugaius:
oonncilmen. Mr. Harding and other
active and prominent members of the
advisory committee have promised to
give tbe burgess all the aid within
their power la investigating tho
charges. Tbe bearings will be open.
Several councilman promise to furnish
tbe names of prominent citizens wbo
approasbed tbetn with money in the
interest of brick.
We authorize our advertised druggist to
sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this
condition. II you are amictecl with a
Cough, Cold, or any Lung, Tbroat or Chest
trouble, and will use this remedy as di
rected, giving it a fair trial.nnd experience
no benefit, you may return the bottle and
have your money roiuuaea. we coma not
make this otter did we not know that Dr.
King's New Discovery could be relied on.
It never disappoints. Trial bottles free at
Matthew liros'. drug store. Large size
60c. and (1.
Postmaster J. H, Mullen has ap
pointed Charles F. Curry, of North
Main street, to the position of mail
carrier. He will begin his dutlos U.?.
1 and bis route will include MeC.M't'.y-
ville, Browntown and SebAstopil. Two
deliveries a day will be made to each
of these places.
Walter L. Main s sirens will appear
here today and an excellent perform
ance, both afternoon and evening, is
assured. When here last season tbe
show gave an exhibition that was folly
np to the standard of more pretentious
Cards are out announcing tbe mar
riage of Miss Mary A. McGae.dangbter
of Mr. and Mrs. - McGee, of South
Main street, and John J. MeUqire, to
tuke place at St, John's ohurch Wed
nesday morning, Sept, 20, at 10 o'clock.
Thomas Bevau, aged four years, son
of William and Mary Bevan, of North
street, died last night, the result of on
injury to bis spinal column received
about a week ago by falling from a
step-ladder, . The funeral will take
place tomorrow afternoon at 2 30, with
interment in Forty Fort cemetery.
Among the deeds recorded at Wilkes
Barre yesterday was Thomas Ford to
Soloman Stumer, property in West
Pittston. for $4,100
George P. Smith, of Brunswick, Gil..
Is visiting relatives and friends in
Dr. Reeves, 412 Spruce street, Scran
ton, enres fits and epileptio convulsions.
9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Miss Editb Tayfor and MlfS Chris
tianna Soeliner, of Scranton, are visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bold.
Miss Grace Bally has returned if ber
studies at Wyoming seminary at Kings
Razors ground and boned, aua'evary
kind oMonsorial work at Mnttiu B old's
bn'lier shop done in first-oJws style.
Y u ti.n always judgivu community
ia the way it honors its dead. A viait
to our beautiful home of the dead by
any stranger would at onoa convince
him that we are not lacking any of
those qualifications which bring us to
the front of civilization, for Deacon
Tyler's handiwork can be seen in every
direction. Smoothly mowed lawns,
well kept walk.', and tbe craves with
their beautiful fbwers 'show the way
tne people of this borough hnll in an
cred reverence the home of their dend,
The Waverly Base Bull club. uudr
its new mausgement and with- tbe
celebrated pi Ichor, James Nolan, form
erly or tbe Scranton club, is doing
great work. The club has witbin n
week soooued tbe Benton club aud the
Factoryville, and propose to do tbe
Factory ville club up again today
(Wednesday) when they will play ut
Rev. John Wlntch has gone to Tren
ton, N. J., to attend tbe annual confer
ence of the Free Methodist cburob.
Frank McMinn. who has been cm
ployed at Vail & Son's, has accepted a
similar situation with Frank Walsh.
A party of Masons from this city,
composed or the following; Ajentlem -n,
visited tbe Masonio lodge in Hon?sdale
lust evening: Messrs. J. W, Diiniok,
S. A. McMullen, John M. Stewart, G.
A. Patterson, Robert Carter and Wil
Charles Ledvanl will leave todav for
Emmous, Pa , Sullivan county, where
be will take charge of a district school.
Tbis morning in St. Rose's church
occurred tbe funeral services over the
remains of tbe late David Buckley, jr.
A requiem mass was celebrated by
Kev. J. J. Uurrau at U.30 o dock. The
funeral was very largely attended,
many out-of-town friends being in at
tendance. Tbe pall bearers were
Messrs.. C. Dillon, J, McCabs, M. Aus-
bury, J, Moran, G. Smith, J. Mii'Ugau,
M. Brennan, of tbis city, and H. Flynn,
ot Wilkes-Barre. The remains were
interred in St. Rose's cemetery.
The social of tbe Alhsmbra Social
club will take place this evening in
Work has been commenced in tear
ing down the old buildings on a lot on
South Main street opposite the First
National bank preparatory to the erec
tion of a handsome new building for
the Leader. Tbe building will be eon
straeted of stone and brick, and will
be three stories and a basement iu
Tbe wonan's board of hospital work
held their annual meeting on Monday
afternoon nnd re-elected the following
officers: President, Mrs. E. C. Hond
rick; vice president, Mrs. J. B. Van
Bergan; second vice-president, Mrs.
James Stott; secretary, Mrs. Pierce
Butler; treasurer, Mrs. J. P. Loftus.
Miss Cora Leonard, of Central Falls,
N. Y., is tbe guest of Mrs. W. L,
William Morrison will return on
Friday to the Jefferson Medical col
lege in Philadelphia.
Mrs. J. W. Ditnock and children will
return home today after a few days'
with friends ia Wayne county.
Morse and John Aitkoa, of G irfiulil
avenuo. nro attending school iu New
burg, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs, E. C, Hurndon, of
Siletn, are visiting friends in Wav
erly, N. Y.
Miss Lilian Race left this week to
visit ber brother ia Geneva, N, Y.
Quite a number of thu people of this
place attended the deilicaiory snrvice
in the new MonBic MtthoJiat Episco
pal church on Sunday.
C. S. Jones him the foundation of his
nsw house compl-ttoJ.
Rev. J. G. Eckman and Professor J.
H. Race were the guests of R.tv. J. L
Race at tbe Methodist Euiscopal par
sonage on Sun lay.
Mrs. Warren Warner, of West Pitts
ton is visiting friends in this place.
Hurry Bannett, of Wyoming, was
the guest of his auut, Mrs. Hnnuab
Bennett, ou Sunday.
Mrs. Tho ni an Drake attended the
funeral services of Miss Ida M. . Davis
in Scrunton on Monday. . ,
Rev. J. Erwin Broil head -and Miss
Kit Stark were visiting friends in
Scranton on Sunday.
Mrs. Z B. Knapp, of Scranton, wns
vipiting friends iu thin pi ice this week.
Mr. and Mrs. E Diaku spent Sunday
at their cottHstu at Mount Pec mo.
Goorgo Sofford sttend-d a parly held
nt the residence of -J. G. Word, of
Duryea, on Monday njgl.t.
Tue voters of the Fourth election
district are talking of organizing u Re
publican club. .
'Squire Broduand is Iwcominz famous
for lying tbe "nnp'iul knot.'1 He inatlo
"a couple bappy on 'f uoad.iy morning.
The Women's Curistian Temperance
union will meet at the usu il tint) and
place tomorrow afternoon.
The marriago of D.miel McCartn-y
and Miss Mdgyie Kalley, two promi
nent young people of Avc i, will be
solemnized in St. Mary's church tbis
afternoon at 4 SO.
Miss Prlseill Dornblnz-r, of Mack
eyville, will 1 ctaro in tho Primitive
Methodist church tomorrow evening at
7.00 sharp. Admission 10 can Is. MUs
Dornblazer is one of tbe state Women's
Christian Temperance union lecturers,
aud comes highly recommended. Alj
Walter Anderson made a business
trip to Pittston yesterday.
- Miss Lou Jo inson, of Plains, is
spending few days with Mies Jennie
Newlln of South Main street.
Miss Gertrnde Sanders is spending a
few weeks with friends in Olypliaut.
Miss Mary Bnrns, of Jermyn, is vis
iting friends iu town.
In the absence of Rev. A. J. Weisley,
the prayer meeting of the Langcliffe
churcb, will be conducted by tbe
Christian Endeavor society tonight at
Harry Krieebone, of West Avoca, is
When Baby was sick, we' gave her distorts, ,
When she was a Child, she cried tor Custorla,
When she became Miss, she cluni; to Custorla,
When she bad Children, she gavu tbcu Custorbv
Epwprth leauurt tonight.
Burgess Max -y hits appointed Gsorge
Ledvard to the iiorougb police foroa.
Dr. Reves. 412' Siiroes strot, Scran
ton, cures lung troubles. 9 a, m. to 9
Forty Lours devotion at St. Affn'
Catholic ehnrch began Sunday at 10.30.
President M. D. Erans,of the United
Choir, desires all members of the cboir
lo nmnt in tbe opera bouse tbis evening
it 7 30.
D'vi-1 Harris Wt yesterlay morning
for Etstman Business college atPough
keepaie, N. Y. '
Mrs. Gilh rt McKane. of Stat Line.
and Mi-s Fordyce, of Modville, were
tbe guests of Dr. Jennie Young Satur
Thomas L, Morgan, of Scranton. has
been the guests of' bis sons Professor
John L, A. L. and Glynn Morgnn for
several ay past.
Some cases ot scarlet fever ure. re
ported in this borough. Among tboB-
who are i fU uted ar Miss laa Weed
and Brant McLinghliu.
Lawyer Nichols, of Wilkes-Barre,
ilelivered two mast-rly and eloquent
addresses on tho mil j ct of teinperancs
at the Methodist Episcopal church Sun
day. Martin J. Fleming, of Philadelphia,
an estimable young man who at one
time served as assistant postmaster ia
tbis place, is renewing acquaintances
In town. Mr. Fleming hoMs a lucra
tive position with an insurance com
pany in (be City of Brotherly Love.
John M. Nealon, of Carbondale, was
a visitor in town Siturdiy.
Tho Forest City Comet band held
their piuuio ou the Pelican Athlotio
grounds Saturday. It was well at
tended as it deserved to be. The band
will make a neat appearance in a short
lime with their uniforms.
Benjamin Gilgunst visited with
friends in Scranton Sundav.
Five hundred and eleven pupils are
narolled in the Forest City graded
school. Miss Electa irV.t.T resumed
her duties yesterday, making Jnine
teachers in all employed to teach the
young Ideas how to snojt. Miss Pot
ter's permanent room will be fitted up
in the Baptist ohureii parlors in a few
An evangelist will conduct meetings
intheBtptist chuich every evening
D. E. Evans and A. M. Gillett. of
Gibson, were in the borough yesterday.
An infant child of Riabard Jones,
of Vandling, which died Saturday, was
buried in the Hillside cemetery at this
place yesterday afternoon.
Gwilym Davie?, secretary Allencown
eisteddfod, of the Lablgb Valley Eis
teddfod association, was in town Satur
day as the guest of Professor J. Luther
Morgan. Mr. Davies was desirous ot
having Professor Morgan bring bis
choir to Allentown on Thanksgiving
Day and compete for the chorus for
mixed voices, not less thau 100 voice,
"We Never Will Bow Down" from
"Judns Maceabaes." Tbe priz is $590
and modal to leader. At a meeting of
the cboir this evening it will bs de
cided whether the members are de
sirious of going or not,
The grand concert by the United
choir will be given tomorrow evening
in Davis' opera bouse. Doors open at
7 o'clock and concert will begin at 8.
Prices, 25 and 35 cents. The follow
ing is the programme. Part II Opan
ing nddress. President M. D. Evans;
piano overture, Mrs. H. F. Aldrieh;
reading, Evan Morgan; song, Beulab
Hine; du-t, Henry Curr and William
Jennings,jr. .selection, Forest City band;
recitation, Lizzie Phillips; song, May
Watkius; song, Riehard Llewellyn;
gloria, by united choir. Part 1 Selec
tion, band; recitation, Martha Grif
fiths; song, Mrs. S. May; song, D. J,
Jones; recitation, John Riley; duet,
Ella Hine, May Watkins; song. Mrs.
George Maxey; "Hunting Song," by
tbe cboir. Tbe last number is tbe
competitive piece which the choir bad
tiie honor of winning part of the prize
offered for the best rendition at the re
cent musicul festival at Laurel Hill
For Coi.ds, Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis
and .Sore Throat, use Dr. Thomas' clc
tric Clil, and get the genuine.
Miss Paella Dornblassr will lecture
tonight (Wednesday) in tbe Methodist
Episcopal church on temperance under
tne auspices of the Women's Christian
Dr. Rievce, 412 Spruce street, Scran
ton, cures heart troubles. 9 a. m. to 9
W. F Waterman left yssterday for
Herricksville, Bradford county, to at
tend bis mother's funeral.
. Mrs. F. C. Wildrick is seriously ill
at ber bom? on Minooka avenue.
Rev. J. II Waguer, of Lehman Cen
ter, will preach tomorrow evening in
ti.e Methodist Episcopal church, Rev.
Madison Friday nigLt and Rev. King
All ruombers ot the Women's Chris
tian Temperance anion are requested to
meet at Mrs. G-orgi Pearl's tuis (Wed
nesday) evening at 7 o'clock sharp.
fcranton's Buslneu InUrtsts.
The TmuuNit will soon publish a cure
fully compiled and classilied list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests ot Scranton
nnd vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure views of our public build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of leading citizens. No
i-imilar work has ever given an equal rep
resentation of fcranton's many indus
tries. It will be an invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Kent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers and be nn unequalled
advertisement of the city. Tbe circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail ot good
results to t ho"e conceruod as well as the city
si lHrije. llepreeutati ves of Tub Tuibunk
Will call upon THOSE WUOSK NAU1CS
ore UF.siitED in thi3 tditiou aud explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views ot thoir residences
in tuis edition will please have notice at
(3- KECK LABEL
AT THE OLD DRPOT HOTEL,
Is prepared to receive b nniuor boarders and
furnish rit for to Hs's 1 1 suriouuili n to us
t.ud sumuer reo. ,t.
All that remained' mnrtal of the late
Mrs. Charles Potter was laid to rest in
beautiful Dnnmore oemetiry yesterday
afternoon. Altbongb the weather was
drizzly jtud uncomfortable hundreds of
loving friends and gathered to pay a
last tribute ot respeec to one wbo has
been ia their midst daring the past
half century. The funeral eerviss
were conducted by Rv. J. W. Will
lams, pastor of tbe Presbyterian
churcb, who delivered a fitting
eulogy to tbe departed. A obolr as
sisted. Tbe oasktst was borne to the
grave by tbe grandsons of tbe deceased.
Tbey were C. P. Savage, William Stan
too, Charles Wagner, Leet Wagner,
William Potter and James Nortbup.
Tbe floral offerings were many nnd
beautiful. Among them were two larne
pillows, scale of life, and other pretty
pieces from tbe relatives, and an an
chor from the Ladies' Aid society, of
So common at this season, is a serious
condition, liable to lead to disastrous
results. It is a sure sign of declining
health tone, and that the blood is im
poverished and Impure. The best aud
most successful remedy is found in
Which makes rich, healthy blood, and
thus gives strength to the nerves, elas
ticity lo the muscles, vigor to the bruiu
and health to the whoh) body. In
truth, Hood's Sarsaparilla
Be sure to get Hood's and only Hood'i
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, pc--ectlv
harmless, always reliable and bcuefloi
230 Lacka. Ave.
It Is for Men Only,
but Their Wives
FOR THIS WEEK'3
White or Nntnrnl Wool Underwear
regular C5o. quality. ... 36c.
(See our window display.)
Red Underwear, medicated, ribbed
bottoms, $1 quality 85c.
All wool Camel's Hair Shirt or
Drawers, $1 quality 8O0
2.jf. quality, tilk embroidered 12s.
SOo. quality, strong web 18c.
00c. quality, silk web 28o.
THE LATEST STYLES.
22c. quality 1 5o.
50a quality 38o.
$1 50 Stiff or Soft Hats
$2 Stiff or Soft Hats...
All gooda left from the Fire
Sale, which are damaged by water
only, at your own price.
PIGN OF THE BELL.
230 Lackawanna Ave.
Next door to the burned building.
We continue the sale of two
pairs Boys' Kuce Pants for 25c
Rooms 1 and I Commooeltli Bid's
. MINING andBLASTINQ
Hade at the MOOSIO and KUBQ
Lofflin & Rand Powder Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDEB
Electrlo Batteries, Fusei for explol- -ing
blasts, Bafety Fuse and
RepaunoChemical Ca'sHifjh Ezploaivei
AND SEE US
CONCERNING THE PRINTING
YOU NEEU SOON.
. We can please your taste and
vauts. Out an estimate.
,Tta Scranton TftaeW Dcpl
400402 Lackawanna in
GREAT 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.
case 10-4 Blankets, White and Grey, winter
price 89o.; now only . . . .
case 10-4 Blanket), White and Grey, winter
price $1.50; now only -
case 11-4 Blankets, White and Grey, winter
price, $2.25; now only
caso 10-4 White Wool Blankets, winter pric9
$3.75; now only
case 11-4 White Wool Blankets, winter price
$5; now only
case 10-4 California Blankets, winter price
$7.50; now only - - - -
case 11-4 California Blankets, winter price
3.50; now only
bales Comforts, special, worth $3 and $3.25;
now only . - ,
ERR a SSEBEC
406 and 408 Lacka. Avenue.
)ur Fall Bift Announcement
The many inquiries that have been made reErardin?
our FREE GIFT distribution, h mmr.p1if.rl n to an
nounce that UUTIL FURTHER NOTICE we will give
A HANDSOME CATHEDRAL
American Onyx FinUb. with
eery purcnas of $BO or
over, lor oah or credit.
Or an elegant
100-PIECE DINNER SET
whh every $75 purbae or
ovor, for casii or credit.
Our $39 Bedroom Outfit Sale still continues.
That $loO Four Room Outfit of oars is now
ready for your inspection. If you. can't call, write us for
Green Discount Tags are doing the work.