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TIIE SCEANTON TErBUNE-MONDAT MOItNTN'G,' SIHTmnJEIl 24, 1894.;
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Novelty and Fancy
In extent and variety of beau
tiful effects our stock surpasses
nil former displays. Many of tbo
handsomest styles cannot be found
SI and Wool Mixed and
Fancy tally Dress Goods
49c. PER YARD.
KEGULAR PRICE, T.io.
At the above price these goods
could not be lower had they been
iidinitted to this country entirely
free of duly.
New ideas. Pilks and beads
have come to meet the reviv-
ing demand for dress trim
Jtiuijrs. Chenille Table Covers
New, fresh from the mills.
The colors and tints are rich
and dainty; the designs are
beautiful and artistic. Have
bought them practically on
our own terms. One and a half
yards square, with heavy ball
The stock covers a wide range
and comprises some of the
best bargains we have ever
offered. Full and complete
line iu Hucks ' and Fancy
Weaves from 10 cents to $2.25.
112 Spruce St, Scranton.
Dr. Reeves Is certainly gaining the confl
diice of the imblic. He is dealina honestlv
with the people of Scrsnton and vicinity. He
is (jowl ami considerate to the poor and treats
pvcryone witn respecnui consideration, mv
inir had longaiid varied experience in private
and hoHpituI service, he ntamls unequalled in
Jiis profession. He is performing some won-
(iiTlul i'tires.aiid while ills handsome otllcos at
4V- Spruce street, Scnuiton.are daily crowded
with stck nudKuirerin.'.he always has time and
a word of cheer and comfort for everyone.
it Rivfi advice, mr- rnrr nr puinpr
view and rx.iulnatluui f ILL UT L DM II U L
fro one is turned away.
Trio Sorter luw opened a female department
for those who wish treatment exclusively for
inments peruilur to females, go that those
viKim "cioiicjm y ums Heretofore Kept away
iay now receive the services of a "ladv"
.iKise treatment will prove her abllltv in
lie. with bis assistants, treat all diseases of
nervous system, diseases or the eye, ear,
iiii and throat, dyapepjin, rheumatism, lost
viMuity, premature weakness or decay in
I M.tll sexes, tenia e wenltnofMivl and Irrovu.
iritiea. nervous riRlilltt.v. ratarrli. tiimnn.
ftncel'M. eruntions. blood noinnniTip. fits, mil-
psy. indiscretion and errors of youth, lost
innooii, f czeiua. wrotma. St. Vitas' dance,
i nma, uiseases ot me Heart, lungs, liver,
.nieys, maimer, stomucn, etc.
Ii onsuitatiofi anil r.xnmlnatlon rree.
iiHce hours: Daily, 9 a.m. to K p. m. Bun
s. 10 to l-i and 2 to 4.
l ake elevator iu Christian bat store, or
k:emerouer the name ana number,
412 Spruce St, Scranton.
'liool home. Prepares for the
lourses In Music and Art
J. lass gives best preparation for
lal Course includes Tvtiewrltiua
s secured for Graduates.
now illustrated circular.
F. M.LOOM1M, A.M., Principal.
JolkT. Griffiths leaves this morn
inn for Wisely a eolUge add Frank
Ktookcr lor Yale oollegs.
n A. Hnwalla rafttnr nf tliA V.niap.n.
ififfl -oburch would be glad to receive
(second band books soitable forimall
tioyi who attend night nehool,
fosters announce the coming fire-
ban's fair which will take place In
ptober. 'Assist the boys. They are
vays ready when tbeir ssrvloes are
laired and should be enoonrseed
liomer Lewis bas accopted a position
i& winter & Vo.
J. Gnviu is In Louisville attend
iug tbe Young Men's Institnte
Rev. A. F. Sanford. recently of tbe
Baptist charob, is doing Evangelio
work in our sister boroagb, Msyheld.
There win be a special meeting
Crystal Hose company Toesdsyeven
Cbarles Blytbe, who has been visit
iiiK friends in England for some
months, retarned home Saturday even'
Tbe KepubUcans or tbe Fourth die
Met will meet in the William MeEln
W olnb rooms, Jermyo, tomorrow at 3
m. for tbe'purpose of nominating
imdidate for the legislature.
I Hiram Neal. of Thompson, circa-
Led among our buainass men Satur
IV. J. Baker is enjoying a few dny
u frieuus ia Forty Fort.
Highest of all in Leavening Powei.
Tbe remains of Marjorie Cardner,
aged 3 months, of Jermyn, were in
terred iu Mnphwood cemetery, this
city, on Saturday afternoon.
Miss Llbbie i'ortus. ot nttston, is
visiting Carbondale friends.
Miss Eula Carey, of Canaan street, is
visiting friends in Duomore.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Heigiielutb, of
Salem avenue, left on Saturday moru-
iucr for a stay in New York city.
The Mozart band rendered tbeir open
air eonoort programme on Saturday
evening in a pleasing and talented
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. McMillan
have returned home after spending
several days in New York sttte.
Mrs. John Ammerman, ot Canaan
street, is tbe guest of Hawley rela
G. Harold Perter spent Saturday
afternoon with Forest City friends.
Harry Jewel will make two balloon
ascensions and parachute leaps in the
vicinity of the Rapid Transit com
pany's power bouse. They will occur
on Oct, 8 and 6.
Miss Herring and Miis Oliva Her
ring, of Salem avenue, spent tbe Sab
bath in Wilkes-Barre.
Miss May Hallook, of Gilbert street.
will attend a reception, in Scranton
G. H. Gleason, of Susquehanna, has
accepted a position with Joslin & Car
penter, on Salem avenue.
Miss Jessie Watt returned home
Saturday evening from a visit witb
friends in Hazleton.
A meeting was held at Music hall
last Friday evening for the permanent
organization of a fire department.
known as she Wyoming Hose company
No. 1 Tbe following effieers were
elected: Dr. G. P. Knapp, president;
Burgess Joseph D. Lloyd, vice president;
A. J. Fowler, secretary ; W. J. Jacobs,
treasurer; trustees, K. J. Kelley, James
Eagan, James M. Schooler, A. W.
Gay. C. H, Townend and Charles
Dr. Reeve. 413 Spruce street, Scran
ton, cures ottorrhora or discbarge from
the ear, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Sallie, tbe bright little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Daily, died Sat
urday morning at 4 o'clock of mem
braneous croup, aged 7 years, Tbe
funeral will be held at tbe house on
Wyoming avenua today (Monday) at 2
o'clock. Interment in the Forty Fort
Harry, son of J. 1. bboemaker, whim
at play in tbe warehouse of Fowler &
Sons on Saturday, one ot the sliding
doors ran of! tbe traek, and, falling
over, sirnek the boy across the leg,
breaking It about three lnones a Dove
W. H. Hallett was at Salesbnrg on
Cbarles Ailing and family are visit
ing friends at Moscow.
Mies Mame Buckley was the guest oi
Mlas Martba Bennett, of GS South River
street, Wilkes-Barre, over Sundsy..
Miss Kab Morfine. of Scranton, who
has been visiting tbe family of Mr. and
Mrs. H. W. B. Cole, bas returned
Rev. A. Bergen Brown and wife at
tended the annual banquet of the Bap
tist ministers at Factory ville..
Mies Carmalt. of Utica. and Miss
Rainey, of New Orleans are tbe guests
of Miss Edith Smith at Glen born.
Mrs. William G. Challis. who bat
been visiting her relatives and friends
in England the past two months, re
turned borne last Tuesday. She re
membered her friends here with some
very fine souvenirs from the continent.
Mrs. L E. Daniels, of Pricebnrg, was
visitor at her brother's, George
Steig's family last week.
Mrs. William Pntcbard, of Hyde
Park, who bas been visiting at ber
father-in-law's, James Pass, for the
past week, bas returned borne.
Miss Edith Taylor, of Soranton, who
has been tbe guest of Miss Bertha Bold
at tbe Little Delmonico the past week-,
has returned homo.
The marriage of Earl Carpenter, of
Waverly, to Miss Cora Freeman, of
Faetorvville, was solemnized at Fae
toryvilla last Thursday night. The
happy eouple after an extended wed
ding trip will make their future borne
on the old homestead here.
Next Thursday evening tbe wedding
of Miss Clara M. Squier, tbe graceful
and accomplished daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. Squier, to bmeas . irimby, oi
Scranton, will take placs.
luose who have used Dr. King's New
Discovery know Its value, and those who
have not, have now the opportunity to try
it Free. Call on the advertised Druggist
and get a Trial Bottle, Free. Bend your
name ana aaaress to a. js. isaciuen a uo.,
' I. . mi .1 n ..mnl. hnr ftf T 1
King's New Life Pills, Free, as well as a
copy oi uuiae to aeaitn ana tiousenom
instructor, r ree. an oi wmca u guaran
teed to do yon good and coat you nothing.
Matthews Bros. Drugstore.
The Morning Glories, of Dnnmore,
defeated the Brown Juniors, of this
place with ease on Saturday. MeDer
mott, a semi-professional pitcher, who
has been claying in Williamsport dur
ing the summer, was in tbe box for the
juniors and was battea quite) oara
The features were the running catches
of Burke. Ruane and Kirts and the
borne run bit of Kirts.
score by innings:
01yphant....2 0 0 1
Below is the
0 8 0 0 0-
Dunmore. 2 2 11
Tbe infant child of
Harrv Wright after a
0 2 0 2 x-10
Mr. and Mrs.
nessof bronchitis died Saturday morn
iug. Interment was made at Prospect
cemetery yesterday, .
Clifton Mason, who was Injured at
Eddy Creek slope last week, ia able to
be about again. t
W. J. MoHale bas returned after
week's visit wi'.h bis brother at El
' Misses Minnie and Grace Drleebaob
are visiting friends in Berwick.
Frank Orobard, of Carbondale, was
in town Saturday night,
Mrs. George Dubois and Miss Lena
Traliiss, of Carbondale, were oallers in
town last wek.
Stated by H. B. Cochran, druggist, tan-
caster. Pa, Have guaranteed over 800
bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters for dys
pepsia, sour stomach, bilous attacks, liver
auu muuey trouble.
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Mrs. J. G. Gellao, of Honesdale, who
has been tbe guest of ber sister, Mrs.
James Fisher, for the past few days,
bas returned borne.
Dr. Reeves, 413 Spruce street, Scran
ton, cures premature weakness, 9 a. m,
to 9 p. m.
Mrs. John Davis is visiting ber par
ents in Afton. N. Y.
J. H. Van Loan has tbe frame up for
n fine new house on Church street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Caryl, of Forest
City, oalled on friends here last week.
Mrs. B. C. Read ia visiting friends
and relatives in New York city,
James Hutching bas moved into the
log cabin on Spring farm.
Mins Henry Talmnge was in the Par
lor City today.
The Misses Marlon and Lillie Church,
who have been stopping witb friends
in Bridgewater, N. Y., have returned
Mrs. Elinor Bennett, ot New York
city, who has been visiting at the resi
dence of B. C. Rsad, on Chestnut
avenue, bas returned borne.
Amelia Trowbridge, of Owego, is
visiting ber brother, Henry, in this
Miss Jennie Currier, who bas been
visiting frjends in Hackestown, N. J.,
has returned home.
Miss Ella Gannon will leave here to
day to work in Bingbamton.
Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher are visit
ing friends in New York city.
Mrs. K. Haley, of Bitigham'on, is
visiting her brother, John McAloou, in
Patrick Finn, of Du Bois avenue,
caught two bass iu the Susquehanna
river in this place on Friday and tbe
weight of each was five pounds.
Martha Hill, of New York citv. who
has besn visiting Mrs. Hill in this
place, has returned horn-.
Maggie Lariagg Is visiting friends
A lady residing on the boulevard
narrowly escaped being killed on Sat
urd.iy afternoon. She was crossing tbe
trestling on the Oaturio and Western
railroad near tbe Richmond junotioo,
when the ten minutes past four passen
ger train earns along and met ber on
tbe bridge. With quick presence of
mind she stepped to one side and bung
close to the girders as the train thun
dered by, taking a piece of her dress.
Mrs. John A. Murphv spent the past
lew days with friends in Carbonduie.
Tbe employes of Jermyn s No. 3 and
4 were paid on Saturday.
Mrs. Uscar Hudson returned home
on Friday after an extended visit to
relatives in the valley.
At Louisville First gams-
Louisville 0 200000002
Boston 0 1000200 x 3
Hits Louisville. 4: Boston. 6. Errors
Louisville, 8: Boston, 2. Batteries Wads
worth and Cole: Staltz and Gauzsll. Um
Louisville 2 0 1 3 0 0 06
Boston 2 0 0 1 1 0 0-4
Hits Louisville. 9: Boston. 4. Errors-
Louisville, 3; Boston, 1. Batteries Inks
and Lake; Hawley and Teuny. Umpire
lieeie. canea on account oi darkuoss.
Cincinnati. ...2 010l000 2-0
Brooklyn 0 6 0 1 0 2 2 0 x-U
Hits Cincinnati 10. Brooklyn 13. Errors
Cincinnati 8, Brooklyn 4. Batteries-
Fisher and Merritt; Stain and Dailey,
At St. Louis
St. Louis 0 0
Baltimore 0 0
Hits St. Lonis,
Baltimore, 16. Er
rorsSt. Louis, 3; Baltimore, 0. Batteries
Hawley and Miller,; Esperand Robinson
Chicago 0 0021001 2-6
Philadelphia .,3 0 1 0 0 1 1 3 x 9
Hits-Chicago, 11- Philadelphia, 13. Er
rors Chicago, li; Philadelphia, 3. Bat
teries Abbey and Schriver; Casey aud
ttucaiey. umpire nmsne.
Cleveland 0 0 4 1 0 16
Washington 0 1 2 0 2 0
Hits Cleveland 8: Washincton 7. Er
rorsCleveland 2: Washington 0. Bat
teries soinvan ana dimmer; Anders iu
and Dugdale. Umpire Lynch. Uaine
called on account of darkness.
At Pittsburg First game
Pittsburg 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0
New York 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3-6
Hits-Pittsburg, 9; New York. 9. Er.
rors-Pittsburg. 3: New York, 1. Bnt
teries Colloueh and Weaver: Russieand
Farrel. Umpires Botts and Uatfney.
Pittsburg 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 x-4
New York 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Hits Pittsburg, fl; New York. 4. Er
rors Pittsburg, 1: New York, V. Bat
teries Ehret and Weaver; Germari and
Farrell. Umpire Betts and Gaffney.
Pottsville, Pa., Sept. 23. The saw-off
for the state league championship now
stands Harrisburg 2, Pottavilo 1. The
game today was tne nercest ever played
on the Pottsville grounds. The borne team
scored six runs off Frn In the start off, but
tbe Senators worked like Trojans and car
ried the day. The score:
Pottsville 6 0000010 0-7
Harrisburg... 0 0 0 0 0 6 1 8 x-10
Hits Pottsville 9, Harrisburg 11. Er
rors Pottsville 6. Harrisburg 1. Batter
ies Baldwin and Diggens; Fee, Joran and
At Chicago, first game
Chicago 0 0800003 0
Washington.. .4 0200n00x-
Hits-Chicago, 13; Washington, 8. Errora
Chicago, 4; Washington, 3. Batteries-
Terry and Kittredgp, Mullarkey and Dug-
Uaie.- umpire E,msne.
Chicaeo 8 4 0 8 1 0-11
Washington 0 1 2 2 0 0-5
Hits Chicaoo. 11: Washington. 9. Er
rors Chlcaco. 1: Wnshinirtou. 4. Batter
les-OriDith and Kittredge; Boyd and
Dugdale. Umpire Emslie. .
Some remarkable cures of deafness are
recorded of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrio Oil.
Never fails to core earache.
Wim Baby was sick, we gave her Cnstorla.
When aba was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When she became ItisBrihe clung to Custoria.
Wow Jh-h ad Children, ane gave than Castorla,
HI TO SINGERS
Concluded from Page I.
You may go out driving, turn a cor
ner and come across The Red Cow (an
Inn). Further on you out across tbe
Silver Scissors. Then you may pass
one called Tbe Driblings and another
the Jug and Bottle. Then the Feathered
Hat looms into view, and the Lute and
Harp, and ao on. Some of these hotels
are London ones, but tbe majority are
in this vicinity.
A DENSELY DOTTED MAP.
It is surprising bow close to one an
other the towns are, here in Wales.
Every road and street is labeled dis
tinctly and often, so that one can never
lose oneself at all. You ean see your
whereabouts printed on almost every
corner you come to. Tbe towns are
likewise labeled, us von some to them,
and as I was saying, they are so very
close to each other, there being no unoc
cupied land at all between them, that
you would think you were in one big
town if at some bridge or pass in tbe
bills you did not some to a sign and
realize tbat you are in a different town.
As one of the party remarked, while
out driving the other day, they fairly
jostle one another here. 'Every one of
them, too, no matter how small, bas
its own town ball, for courts, bazaars
and the like, its free library and its
choruses and singing societies. Often
the superintendent of mines Is a lead
er of a choir, tbe members of which
are mostly nis own miners; he estao-
isbes tbe free library of tbe town.
presides over eisteddfods, and leads bis
choirs In competition, too.
feruaps tbat is one ot tbe reasons
why there is so little discontent among
these people, and so few strikes, or
none at all. They work hardsr and for
less than in America, but tbeir inter
ests and the interests of those in au
thority over tiiem seem to be more in
common tbau witb us.' I notice that
tbe miners here get bo much blacker
and dirtier than in Pennsylvania. They
are just black when they come from
tne mines It must be the softness ot
tbe coal. I detest this horrid soft,
niacg. smudgy coal thev have here.
Give me America and tbe hard, glitter
There are eisteddfods going on all
tne time over here, somewhere or
other. Last week there was a tre
mentions one somewhere near here.
Treorky, I think the name was. It
was held iu an immense tent like a cir
cus tent, pitched out in a large field.
ana was attended by choirs, soloists
and bands from all tbe towns within
a radius ot twenty-flve and tblrtv
miles. There was an immense crowd
there. Tbe competitions were verv
good, some of them, especially that
oetween brass bands, several of wbicb
were magnificent As for tbe
voices which comneted on tbe
solos, there were no remarkable
ones, save the tenor, who was excel
lent. For my part. 1 think the average
American voice is in every case as good
as ana in some cases better than tha
average Welsh voice, or Euglish voice.
or voice of any other nationality, for
tnat matter, bines 1 have left home
my admiration and respest for the
average American's attainments has
gone up fifty per cent and it was never
low, even before. We are not behind
any people and indeed greatly iu ad
vance or the majority ot people. I am
sure, in everything. Mow glad 1 am
tnat 1 belong to the Stars and Stripes.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.
Apropos of the Stars and Stripes, how
tunny it seems, when a concert la end
ed, to sing "God Save tbe Queen." In
stead of going off tbe stage at tbe end
of the last quartette, we stand still
while Professor Evans modulates to tbe
key in which it is sung, and as we start
to sing "Uod Sve tbe Queen" all tbe
people get up aud staud with bared
beads till It is hninbed, and then go
out. it makes me think ot tbe dox
A young pianist was telling me last
evening an amusing incident in which
be was Involved while traveling in
America, where be was the piano solo
1st of a very fine musical organization
a few years ago, He said that he had
the :ast number on the programme.
bad finished, and, without thinking
where be was, tnrned off and struck
boldly into "trod Save the Queen.
when, happening to look up, ue saw
the eyes of savors! ot bis company
fixed upon him with something like a
twinkle and recollected that he wss
not now in the United Kingdom. He
stopped in dire confuaion, made bis
bow and escaped from tba stage in die
grace. Sadie E. Kaiser.
COMMENTS OF THE PRESS.
The Glamorcnn Free-Press of Sent. 15
says: un juonuay evening last, our Amer.
ican friendr, the Cambro-Amerlcan Von
cert company, under the able guidance of
Professor Haydn Evans (who steered the
tcrauton choir to victory at Chicago for
tbe 1,000 prize, and who, undoubtedly, is
me youngest conauccor in tne world),
opened tbeir tour of concerts through
vaios at xreneroert. it was very dis
heartening to see the large hall onlv half
full, but it can be said unhesitatingly, tbe
state of trade in tbe upper part ot the
vauey soieiy acconntea lor it. Professor
bvans presided at the pianoforte. Besides
Mr. Evane, the company included snoerior
artiBts in the following uersons: Mr. ,lonh
P. Bums (winner of the baritone solo at tbe
world's fair eisteddfod); Mist Sadie Kaiser
(who has appeared on tbe American stage
with our old favorite WeUhman and
Welsh singer, Mr. Ben Davies, and also
Air. xvatkins mills): Miss Julia C. Allen,
(nndoubu-dly America's most celebrated
violiniat); Mi?s Cordelia Freeman, a most
ueaaiuui contralto; anu Jar. dames w,
Anwyl. a sweet and pure tenor, with i
good compass. The concert was opened
oy ine company Binging vveosrs beauti
ful quartet "Over the Dark Blue Waters."
The applause was sufficient to show that
tbe audience were impressed by tbe sing'
ing of tbe "New World" wanderers. Mr,
Burns then favored with a most artistic
and delightful rendering of "The Skipper'
wunc), ior w u icq ue was loudly ao-
piauueu. it ever an audience was
held spell-bound by a violinist (1m
material was sex) thev were s
when Miss J. C. Alien came next with
ber "Violin Valbe de Concert" (by Musin),
Tbe excellent aud beautifully finished exe
cutlon brought forth thelapnlause of all
The lady was compelled to respond, and
played "Hen wlad by nhadua" in the same
grand style. Misses Kaiser and Freeman
now sang "Harps of the Winds" (Abt) in
very nice manner. An old Carnarvon
boy, but now an American man, next ap
peared witb Auain's "Holy City," which
me nnuienoe rigntiy appreciated, ana Mr.
Anwyl favored with a Welsh soug, for
which he was vociferously applauded.
Miss Allen appeared again with Bobm's
violin solo, "Cavatlna." She was again
encored. Trutblnlly speaking, playing In
such a masterful way as she does, nothing
out tnnuneroas applause ean be ex
pected. Miss Kaiser's turn came next
This lady not only ponsessts a most
temarkable volume , and compass of
voice, but also that' irresistible style
or "staging," which wins tbe approbation
ot every one In the audience, tine sang
Bishop's "Lot Hear tbe Gentle Lark," al
most indescribably beautiful. It is, with
out doubt, one of the hardest soprano so
los ever composed, but it was mastered by
Miss Kaiser. Too much praise cannot be
given to tbe lady, as tbe feeling ot the au
dience showed when the audience instated
on buviug the last part repeated. Miss
Allen again scored heavily on "Kuj wiak'
(Weiniawski). Miss Kaiser and Mr. Burns
sang Hoffman's "I Feel Thy Angel Spirit"
in splendid style. Miss Freeman sang in a
nice, finished style, "Spring Flowers"
(Reineoke). The quartette again ap
peared, and sang as a finale, "Ob, the
Sad Moments of Parting' (Costa). Aft
erwards, Tom Stephens, under whose
oldanoe tne party are, called upon M. O,
ones to say a few words. Mr. Jones
felt greatly pleased with the singing of
the visitors bnt regretted to see so few at
tbe concert, as nothing cheered visitors so
mncn as a warm reception, in concluding
bis speech he proposed a very hearty vote.
of thanks to the American friends for
their kindness in visitine Treherbert dur
ing vheir tonr of concerts through Wales.
Mr. Thomas, M. E., seconded. It would be
very unfair indeed to close tbe report of
the concert without giving a special word
of praise to Professor Evans for tbe very
able and finished manner in which be ac
companied tbe soloistfl.Vetc, during tbe
evening. Surely, Mr. Evans bas brought
trmy representative company over witn
him across tbe "herring pond," which no
person ever need hesitate going to hear.
Have used Dr. Thomas' Eclectrio Oil for
croup and colds, and declare" It a positive
cure. Contributed by William Kay, 570
riymoum avenne, unrxaio, iN. x, "
Frank Goodman, of Rock tor d, III. ia
visiting Honesdale friends.
Misses Anna and Grace Atkinson.
who have been visiting friends in
Honesdale for some tisne, returned to
tbeir home in Albany Saturday,
Tbe fair ot tbe Wayne County Agri
cultural Society this year promises to
De the largest and best ever held.
Forty horses are entered in the trotting
and pacing races. Tbe exhibits will be
large and unusually fine.
Uarence Seelev. of Denver. Colo., a
former Honesdale boy is visiting rala
tives near here.
At aspeelal meeting of the Exchange
club Friday evening the limit of mem
bership was changed from seventy-five
to 100. Tbe elub now numbers seventy
five members, witb several applica
tions on the list. One of its prominent
members baa rightly predicted a bright
future for the club.
A silver cud will be the prize offered
by the Maple City wheelmen to the
best appearing visiting clnb. Tbe
various committees are bard at work
arranging tbe various details. Special
excursion rates for parties of ten or
more rrom Wilkes-tiarre, scranton,
Carbondale and intermediate points on
tbe Delaware and Hudson will be two
thirds regular fare.
The fact that Hood's Sarsapa-
nlla has cured thousands ot
others is certainly sufficient
reason for belief that it will
cure you." It makes pure,
rich, healthy blood, tones and
strengthens the nerves, and
builds up the whole system.
Remember ' i
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Only HOOD'S. i
Hood's Pills are especially prepared to b
taken with Hood's Sarsaparlua. 25c per box,
230 Lacka. Ave,
It Is for Men Only,
but Their Wives
FOR THI3 WEEK'S
White or Natural Wool Underwear
regnlar CSc, quality...., 36b
(See our window display.)
Red Underwear, medicated, ribbed
bottoms, $1 quality..... 85o.
All wool Camel's Hair Shirt or
Drawers, $1 quality. 80u.
25?. quality, silk embroidered I2u.
30o. quality, strong web 1 80.
50c. quality, silk web ......28c.
THE LATEST STYLES.
32c. quality I5o.
50c. quality 38o.
fl.50 Stiff or Soft Hats 950.
$2 Stiff or Soft Hats $1.26
AH goods left from the Fire
Sale, which are damaged by water
only, at your own price.
I eiQN OF THE BELL.
230 Lackawanna Ave.
Next door to the burned building.
"We continue the sale of two
pairs Boys' Knee Pants for 25c
400402 Lackawanna Ave.
GREAT ADVANCE SALE 0?
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
PAVT"Mtt A SIM ATT TtUTinaTip 1
f Miunuu vatuoii yuu can uavc
them stored FREE OF CHARGE until wanted.
1 case 10-4 Blankets, White and Grey, winter
price 89o. ; now only . .... COo:
1 case 10-4 Blankets, White and Grey, winter
price $1.50; now only 1
1 case 11-4 Blankets, White and Grey, winteT
price, $2,25; now only $1 BO
1 case 10-4 White Wool Blankets, winter prira
$3.75; now only - - .... $2r50
1 case 11-4 White Wool Blankets, winter price
$5; now only $350
1 case 10-4 California Blankets, winter price
$7.50; now only $-550
1 case 11-4 California Blankets, winter price
$8.50; now only $650
2 bales Comforts, special, worth $3 and $3.25;
now only . - , $108
KERR & SIEBECKER
406 and 408 Lacka. Avenue.
Our Fall Gift
The many inquiries that have been made regarding
our FREE GIFT distribution has compelled us to an
nounce that UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE we will give
A HANDSOME CATHEDRAL
American Onyx' Flirirt. with
Tsry pnrehaM of $SO
over, for cash or credit
Or an ategant
100-PIECE DINTO SET
Our $39 Bedroom
That $150 Four
ready for your inspection.
Green Discount Tags
witn srery 97 B pnrobaa or
orsr, for casta or credit.
Outfit Sale still continues.
Room Outfit of ours is now
If you can't call, write us for?
are doing the work.