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THE SCI? ANTON" : TErBXH-SATtJEDAT 3IOJ&N 1JN UV SEPTEMBER 29. 1894.
aid he bad read a number of food
essays on "Milk," bat the best
thing he bal ever seen on It was
That la what we have to say of onr
new atock of FALL AND WIN
TER DRESS GOODS-lfs the
cream assortment of foreign nor
elti.g in Dreaa Patterns, tit from
$5 to $20 a pattern, Of Amerioan
production, the cream assortment
of novelties, In two-toned effeots
and we certainly feel prond this
season of what American manu
facturers can do. We kdow yon
are not ungrateful, and when yon
see tbtae noreltiei at 50o. and 75 0.
yard, you'll aay yon never aaw
anything like them for the priee.
Art and economy are combined
the colors and designa plain and
fancy weaves thronghont are ex
quisite, dainty and most attractive
in tbe matter of prices.
All previous seasons' showiags are
1 undoubtedly surpassed.
Ai a starter for early fall wear we offer
a lot of
Bleached Cotton Towels
Price, 12c. Each
an fl HP DEPOT
412 Spruce St, Scranton,
Dr. Beeves Is now fully established at 412
Spruce street, Scranton. He bag performed
some wonderful cure, and lias trained the
confidence of tbe public. Ho bos come to
STAY and will remain PEKMANKNTLV at
bis Spruce street parlors. He has bad long
and varied experience in hospital and private
practice and treats all acute and chronic
diseases of men, women and ebildren.
Me glvra adylue, Mr- rnrr flC PUiDpC
vlcu auU examination MCC III UIMllull
No one is turned away.
He, with bis assistants, treat all diseases of
tbe nervous system, diseases of the eye,' ear
noe ' and tbroat, ilyspepili, rheumatism, lost
vitality, premature weakness or decay In
both sexes, female weakuoBses and irregu
larities nervous debility, catarrh, tumors,
cancers, eruptions, blood poisoning, fits, epi
llepsy, indiscretion and errors of youth, lost
manhood, czoroa, scrofula, Ht. Vitas' dance,
asthma, diseases ot the heart, lungs, liver,
kidneys, bladder, stomach, etc.
Tbe doctor bos opened a female 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
OFFER TO THE PUBLIC FOR "CATARRH"
Any one suffering with "Catarrh" 'who
wishes to be PEHM ANEN'i'LY and yUICKLY
cur-dmay receive FOUR MONTHS' TREAT
MENT FOR ONLY TEN DOLLARS. This
ofler holds good for thirty davs. The doctor
has discovered a SPECIFIC for this dreaded
disease. You eon treat and cure yourself and
lamuy wun it at Home, it never rails to cure.
A trial treatment free.
Office hours: Daily. II a.m. to 8 p. m. Sun
days, 10 to lit and to 4.
Take elevator In Christian's hat store, or
Kemomber tbe name and number,
412 Spruce St, Scranton.
YTe offer our entire stock of
Carpets, Oil Cloths.
and Wall Papers
it prices during this month that will convince
anyone that examines the quality of our goods
and our prices that it will pay them to buy
during this great bargain sale.
Remember, our goods are all first-class, so
that our extremely low prices will not make
you suspicious as to the quality you are buy
ing. J. Scott Inglis
419 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Four doors above Wyoming Bouse.
Mrs, Estabrock, of Car bond ale, waa
In town last week.
Mrs. Stanley, of Tornersvllle, wna
the gneatof Mrs. E. Simpson last weelr.
. Misa ' Agnes Watt .left Thursday for
At the regular meeting of tbe
Women's Christian Temperanee union,
Mrs. F, & Gardiner was elected dele
gate to the state oonvention i Mrs. El
len Rhodes, alternate.
Loren Clementa addressed the young
people of thia place in tbe Metbodlat
Episcopal ohnreh on Bnnday evening,
He spoke in a very able manner.
Spring Brook Water Company Erects
Monster Niw Dam.
THEIR GIGANTIC WATER SYSTEM
Increasing Population of the Wyoming
Valley Necessitates an Enlarge
ment of the ' Company's Storage
Capacity Precautions Against Con
taminationSome Interesting De
tails About an Important Local En
Snecial to the Scranlo Tribunt.
Pittston, Pa., Sept. 28.
THE problem of bow to meet tbe
fast growing consumption of
water iu tbo Lackawanna and
Wyoming vallofa has been a
source of abundant study to tbe vari
ous water companies that cover tbese
sections witb their mains. Among tbe
largest of tbese is the Spring Brook
Water company which has at its head
Abram Nesuit, of Kingston, president
of the, Second National bauk of Wilkes
Barre, Lleatenant Governor Watres
and ex-Congressman Amerman, of
bcranton. urigtnaliy chartered ty
local enterprise to supply the villages
of Mooslc, Avoca and the neighboring
territory, the ebove gentlemen soon
saw that it held the key to one of the
greatest water sheds of this section of
the state. Thus realizing that it might
be made tbe foundation of a great sys
tem of water supply for lower Lacka
wanna and for the entire Wyoming
valley they, with ex-Congressman
Shoemaker, of Wilkes-Barre, since de-J
ceased, purchased the entire capital
stock of the several companies and im
mediately began tbe work of building
it up to its present great proportions.
Today it furnishes the water supply
southwardly of Moosic. Avoca, Du
ryea, Pittston, West Pittston, and all
the towns of the Wyoming valley west
of the Susquehanna river as far south
as Plymouth, twenty miles distant
from its intake dams.
The greatest demands of this terri
tory, constantly growing, have up to
this time been provided for by a sys
tem of dams which the new stock hold
era put in immediately after it passed
into their hands, but their apprecia
tion of the Increase of population in
the territory which the coinpauy sup
plies and of tbe fact that in a few
years the supplying capacity of their
plant would reach its limit led them
some two years ago to plan an en
largement of the storage capacity of
their dams by extensive and costly
improvements, of which a detailed ac
count is appended, that make the
Spring Brook Water company's plant
the greatest probably in this section of
tne state. To Degin tne worn oi erect
ing such a dam as the company had
In contemplation, after a careful sur
vey of the territory, they decided to
locate the immense wall at what is
known as Dolph's dam, near Glen tan
nery, on Spring Brook creek, a short
distance irom juoosic. me spot re
ferred to is at an altitude of nearly
1,300 feet above Wilkes Barre and the
adjoining towns referred to in the pre
cedincr caratrranli. Tbe Dressure ob
tained by this height can be readily
WHEN WORK BEGAN.
In the month of October, 1893, the
work or excavating began and many
difficulties that at times were consid
ered insurmountable were encountered,
but wnh tbe pluck and energy char
acterlstic of the men who comprise the
company, they were overcome. An
area of forty acres with the aid of
steam shovels was first excavated to a
depth of twenty feet, where gravel
was found. To perform this work it
required tbe labor or 1-0 men until
April of the present year, nearly seven
months. When the gravel had been
treated to a coating of cement the work
of erecting the monster wall was under
taken. The stone used in its construc
tion was procured at tbe surrounding
quarries and is the finest quality of
gray stone, many ot tne blocks weigh
ing from eight to ten tons. The stone
that made up the face of the wall are
all dressed and laid in tbe best quality
of cement. The wall is 20 feet thick
at the base, 35 feet high, and tapers to
a width or 7 leet at the top or "spin
way," as it is termed. At both end of
the walls are two core walls much
lighter In construction, being 14 feet
at tne base and tapering to o ieet at
the top. The total length of the wall
is 315 feet. The main wall and core
walls are seperated by two chambers,
one at each end. These are G feet wide
and 10 feet long, and are built of cut
stone. Three grooves, running per
pendlcular, are cut into the stone, two
of which are for screens and the
other for a stop plank. The
screens are of coffer one-eighth of an
inch thick with an eighth of an inch
mesh. The stop plank is of wood, and
when In use is tor the purpose oi noia
ing check the large volume of water
wnen it becomes necessary to ciean
the mesh screens. Into each of the
basins two immense cast iron pipes
S reject They are 30 and 24 inches in
iameter. respectively. The 30-inch
pipe is the main service pipe and the
24-incu pipe is a "blow-on" pipe.
These screens are operated by a truss
arrangement located in a small buna
ing on the top of the wall. After the
wall was completed, at the back an
embankment of dirt rising on an in
cline from the bed to within a few feet
of the "spillway" was placed and
Imunded with the rammers after every
oad until it was considered perfectly
solid. On ton of this a coatlnir of small
stone is laid 18 inches thick for the
purpose of preventing water rats or
vermin such as frequent dams from
burrowing into tne sand.
FED BY MOUNTAIN STREAMS.
During the progress of the work
watenmen were stationed mgnt and
day to see that the water while not be
ing drawn by the consumer did not
overflow its confines and damage the
work. To provide against any such
emergency It was the duty of the sen
tinel in charge to open the valve of the
The dam is fed by Panther's creek
and Green run streams, located nearly
twelve miles above and has a supply of
80,000,000 gallons. It has a 'watershed
covering a distance of fifteen miles
eastward, a little over three miles wide
or an area of forty square miles. Above
the present dam are three storage
dams. Tbe first is some three miles
distant with a capacity of nearly 16,'
000,000 gallons, the second at Panther's
creek, seven miles above, with a ca
paclty of 10,000,000, and the third at
Maple creeK, eleven miles distant,
with a capacity or iz,uw,uw gallons
In order to maintain perfect quan
tltyoftbls supply the company has
purchased all the adjacent lands from
which water Hows into their sources of
supply, Iu nearly every instance
alter having acquired houses situated
witliin tne limits oi the water sued
they were fired and totally destroyed
at the company's direction, thus re
moving any possible source or contam
ination of the water.
Burke Bros., of Scranton, were the
contractors and the work reflects much
credit upon thelt ability. The total
cost of the work exceeds f 100,000. F.
E. Pratt, formerly with the Uas and
Water company, of Scranton, was the
engineer in charge, and W. M. Mar-
pie or the same company, was tne con
sulting engineer. Upon both tbese
gentlemen much credit is bestowed by
tbe contractors and officials over tbe
fact that not a single life was sacrificed
and tor the precision exercised by them
concerning tbe many details of the
Mrs. Burt Hutchinson is at Bay
Shore, L. I, visiting relatives for a
Miss Lizzie Bush has returned from
Wilkes-Barre, where she baa spent a
S. T. Walton recaotly killed a bog
that weighed 305 pounds, a ponnd for
each day in tbe year.
A couoert waa siren under the aus
pices of tbeTusourora Social cinb in tbe
residence of the Misses Lveritt Inst
A well known resident of Monroe
connty, Silas Reinbart, died Monday
at bis residence at Appengell from
Heart trouble, ills wire ana eight ebil
dren survive him.
Mrs. Elmer E. Singer, of Bingham-
ton, N. Y., baa returned to ber home.
She bad been spending a week witb
Mrs. S. Singer, ot Soath Strondsbnrg.
M. W. Miller will leave today for
Philadelphia, where be will continne
bis studies in the innior class ot tbe
law department of tbe University of
lbe burglar who was arrested in
Pen Argyl while attempting to break
in a store, and shot Officer Hewitt who
narrowly escaped death, claims bis
borne la in Monroe county.
Sebastian Kresge won $90.45 in pre
miums at tbe late fair.
A marriage license has been issued
to F. J. Sturdt and Mary A Reagan.
Frauk Tulcolz, a native of Rnssian
Poland, was naturalized in the conrt
bonse on Tuesday.
Harry Albert, tbe clerk nt tbe Mutcb-
ler pbarosaoy of East Strondaburg, has
left on a visit to relatives iu Treuton,
N. J. He will attend the great fair.
Ueorge mle ana wire, who were ar
rested for keeping a disorderly house,
were tried. Ibey pleaded guilty and
were ordered to pay all costs and leave
tbe connty. Mrs. Evans was also ar
rested for keeping a disorderly house.
She did not appear in eourt.
A Brand picnic will be given all day
in Miller's grove at Tannersville.
iromans company played at tbe
Grand Army of tbe Republio ball,
Wednesday nlgbt. A very interesting
and entertaining company.
Martin Knee, ot (Joolbaugb, is in
town for a day or i'0 on bnsinses.
A number of Hawley people went to
Honesdale Thursday to attend the fair,
despite the threating skies. Tbe ex
hibits are said to be tbe best ever seen
in the coantry.
Tbe first of next week ex-PoBtmaster
George Ammerman will remove bis
family and household effects to their
new borne, about one mile above Seely-
Dr. Bernstein, of Dnnmore, was in
Mrs, John Ammerman and son, of
Carbondale, are spending a few days in
town, tbe guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge
H. P. Plom and W. E. Johnson, of
Dnnmore, were in town Thursday.
The tins pay car was in town yester
day and paid the trainmen and shop
Glass workers have commenced blow
ing bare In tbe Six-pot furnace.
Among other improvements about
town wa note that Martin Harrison
and William Davey have had painters
at work npon tbeir premises.
Gary & Krausa are pp?rine and
painting tne inside of tbe post oflloe.
A yonng man wno went bunting
squirrel one day tins weak, after rainb
ling turoueu tne woods a nice a aist
uuee, and having poor success, on re
turning borne saw a chicken along tbe
wayside, near a farmhouse. He was
so eager for game that ha took aim
witb his gnn and discharged the load,
tearing the chicken into fragments.
The following day tbs hunter was glad
to settle witb the farmer for bis little
Those who hare used Dr. King's New
Discovery know its value, and those who
bave not, have now tbe opportunity to try
it Free. Call on the advertised Druggist
and get a Trial Bottle, Free. Bend your
name and address to u. js. linemen at uo.,
Cbicaeo. and fret a sample box of Dr,
King's New Life Pills, Free, as well as a
copy or uuiae to Heaitn ana uouenom
Instructor, Free. All of which is guaran
teed to do you good and cost you nothing,
Matthews Bros. Drugstore.
Miss Martha Thomas, of Scranton, is
visiting relatives in this city.
Mrs. E M. Porter and son, Harold.
returned to tbeir home in Jersey City
yesterday afternoon after a week's
Mrt. Libbie Berrrmao, of West
Pittston, who was the guest of Car
bondale relatives returned home last
Misa Aiinea Berge, of Hyde Park, is
visiting friends in this city.
The Hotel Anthracite has been
eqnlpped thronghont jwith fire escape,
tbe invention ana patent or Mr. now
man, of this city.
Mrs. James Kennedy, of Olyphant, is
visiting ber daughter, Mrs. a. VV. lien
scoter, of Church street.
Tbomns Nsnlon, who has been ticket
agent of tbe Ontario and Western eta
tion. bas been transferred to Archbald
Dr. J. W. I.owery's horse broke loose
from where he was tied in front of bis
office yesterday morning aud took a
wild run np JUlnaoin avenue. The re
sult was a broken harness and a badly
Miss Elsie McDonald, of Scranton, 1
the gnest of Miss Jennie Weatherby, of
Mrs. F. M. Fox la entertaining Miss
Field, of Buffalo, N. Y., at the Antlira
Miss Lizzie Brennan, of Dnnmore,
is tbe gnest of Miss Lizzie Uiluiaitto.
Some remarkable euros of deafness are
recorded or nr. l nomas' ucieciric uu
Never fails to cure earache.
When Baby vos sick, we gave her Gietorta, '
When she waa a Child, she cried for Outorla. .
When she became Misa, she cliing to Castorta.
Wheu she bod Children, aba jave than Caatorl
A meeting wna held in' the LiJyar.l
hall laat Thursday evening under tbe
anspisesof tbe John R. Jones Repub
lican club, wbieh waa addressed by
Major Everett Warren. W. S. Millar
and Fred Fleitz. The band was pres
ent and rendered soma good music
W. W. Watkins and Mr. Davles fav
ored tbe andieaoe with a duet, which
was wsll reoeired.
Thomas Reddington. a hotel keeper
of Jessnp. was tried before S. W.
Arnold last Thnrsday eraning for com
mitting assault and battery on Mrs.
Peter Baker last Wednesday by atrik
ing ber with bis hands and a pole,
which was 6 feet and 8 inobes in length.
The evidense not being suffloient to
convict tbe defendant tbe alderman
dismissed the case.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. B.
F. Reeae, former residents of thla place,
but now residing at Ooeonta, will be
sorry to bear of the aeeident that hap
pened to their 13 -year-old son, cert,
last Monday afternoon, who lost his
leg in tbe act of jumping on moving
Mrs. Thomas Cornish and Mr. Will-
lam Dougherty, of Carbondale, visited
Mrs. Z. P. Trariss yesterday.
Mrs William Warfleld is visiting
witb friends at Beach pond.
Airs. William Uorde, who baa been
the gneat for a few days of Mrs, John
Kendall, returned to ber home at
Wilkes-Biirre last Thursday.
On account of tbe illness of Rev. T.
Doty tbe Rev. John Davy ot Scran
ton will preach in the Methodist Epis
copal church to-morrow morning and
The Young Peoples society of the M.
E. church will give an oyster anpper
and ribhon aosial at the residence of
Mr. S. F. White on Main street oppo
site G. A. R. ball Wednesday evening
Oct. 3. Snpner will be served from
to 9 o'clock. There will be
vocal and instrnmental music and a
general good time for all. A cordial
invitation is extended to the public
John A. Foote has returned from a
pleasant two weeks' visit with relatives
A John P. Kelly slub was organized
here on Wednesday night by a num
ber of prominent young Democrats of
this place. Mr. Klly himself was at
the meeting at which organization was
effected and delivered a brief address.
Tbe olnb was permanently organized
with M. F. McHale as president; A. j.
Duffy, viee president; M. F. Murphy,
secretary, and John R. McHale, treas
urer. About fifty members were en
rolled in tbe club.
The Archbald Water oompany is now
supplying water to people living on tbe
road throueh the Ridge lending to
Peokville. The company tapped its
main on the plank road near the Mott
homestead. It also intends to furnish
water to the Blue Ridge and Rush
H. C. Llnderman has returned from
Norristown, where be attended tbe
state convention ot firemen as repre
sentative of Archbald Hosa oompany
iso. 1. He also visited friends in fblla-
Rev. Charles L?e, of Carbondale, was
at tbe Preabyterian church last even
ing and ordained and installed the re
cently elected elders, William Erana,
of Winton, and Ihomas Monie and C.
A. Samson, of thia place.
A baby boy has come to gladden tne
honsehold of Councilman E. A. Jones,
of Mala street.
Thomas O'Hara, a laborer in Eddy
Creek shaft, waa seriously injured in
tbe aide by a fall of rock yesterday
morning. Shortly afterward he was
removed to bia borne on Upper Dnn
more street, where Dr. Kelly attended
to his iniaries.
lbe blue stars or Providence were
defeated yesterday by tbe Brown, Jrs.,
by a score of 10 to U. lorner and
Garbett officiated for the Juniors.
A party waa tendered Misa Nettie
McDouald at ber borne Inst evening on
Delaware street. A large number of
yonng people were present. The even
ing was delightfully sp?nt in games,
musio and dancing. Uefrsshments
were served at a late honr.
Cure for Headache.
As a remedy lor all forms of Headache
Electric Bitters bas proved to be the very
best. It effects a permanent cure and Uje
most dreaded habitual Bick headacfies
yield to its influence. We org all w bo are
afflicted to proenre a bottle and give this
remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual
constipation Electric Bitters cures by giv
ing the needed tone to the bowels, and few
cases long resist the use of this medicine.
Try it once. Large bottles only Fifty cents
'at Matthews Bros', drug store.
Joseph Groslin, of this plaoe, called
on friends in Carbondale this week.
Mr, A. E. Conyue was in Bingham
Mrs. B. C. Rsad, who has been visit
ing friends in Mew York city, bas re
Hon. James F. Dn Bolt and family,
of Washington, D. C , who have been
spending the summer here, bave re
Miss Maud Cnshinun and Miss May
Wells, of Biogliamton, culled on friends
in this place on Wednesday.
Mrs B. F. Bernstein visited the Par
lor City yesterday.
George Wiloottis visiting friends in
Mrs. Anna Irwin, of Monnt Vernon,
N. Y is visiting ber brother, E F.
There are abont 830 pupils in the
schools In this plaoe.
Tbe fine brisk block o Franklin
street is nearly completed.
Mrs. Shaw is visiting friends In
Afton, N. Y.
Fred D. Lamb, Tub Tribune corres
pondent in tbis place, was in Conklin
Pittsburg. ....2 1 5 0 5 0 1 1 x 15
Boston 0 0620001 10
Hits-Plttsburg 16, Boston 14. Errors
Pittsburg 8. Boston 4. Batteries Unni
bert and Weaver, Nichols and Gaczel.
Umpires Betta and Qaffuey.
Cleveland. ... .0 0051011 08
Philadelphia ..5 01 0000006
Hits-Cleveland, 9; Philadelphia. 7. 1
Errors Cleveland, 2; Philadelphia, 1, Bat '
terien Wallace and Zi miner, Carsey and
Buckley. Umpire Stage. i
Cincinnati.... 0 3311000 28
New York. ...8 0010802 09
Hits-Cincinnati, 17; New York, 19. Er
rors Cincinnati, 4; New York, 4. Bat
teries Wittroek and Merrltt; Gorman and :
Wilson, umpire iicyuaio.
Pottsvllle..... 0 -1 1 2 0 0 0 4-14
Wllkta-Barre.O 6 0 0 1 1 00 07
Him-Pottsville, 17; Wilkes-Barre, 19.
Ktroift-Potteville, 5; V'hkes-Barre, St,
Dutlerln-Hughei aud Dhjgiua; Meekln
.Mr. A. J, Davenport
Caused large Ball mr far and accka
I was told to take Hood's SartaparllUi tuiUtfab
ly, and after using 3
bottles was free from
all eruptions. I am per
fectly cured and in ex
cellent health. A. J. Davenport, Milton, N. J,
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable and do
not purne, pain or gripe. Try a box. 25c
The times may not
be all they should
be, but our
Will go a great way
toward evening up
things for our cus
tomers. We save you
Men's Heavy Pants 933
Men's Heavy Pants $1 S3
Men's Caisi mere Pants 165
Men's All-wool Pants 2 25
Men's Business Suits 4 25
Regnlar price, $9.
Men's Fine Dress Suits 8 25
Regnlar price, $15.
A Serviceable Knock-about Suit... 83a
A Good Wool School Suit $1 48
A Nobby Dresr Suit 2 75
2 pair Knee Pants 25c
PIQN OF THE BELL
230 Lackawanna Ave.
We Linn Allen & Go,
Bny and sell S'ooks.Bjnds and Grain
on New York Exohangea and Chiag
Board ot Trade, either for cash or on
412 Spruce Street.
3T"Looal Stocks a Specialty.
G, duB. DIWK, Manner,
OmI of the ftxrt quality for domestle vsetand
ef ell tin deUvered in aar perl ot ilia olt
at lowwt prloe.
Orders left at my office,
KO. 118, WYOMING AVENT7K,
Bear room, Brat floor, Third National Bank,
er sent by mall or telephone to the mine, will
rtnilTt nmmnt attention.
hpecial aon tract will be made f or the salt
aaa aeuverr ot cucicwneac uoai.
WM. T. SMITH.
Tbe Finest In tbe Citj.
The latest .Improved fur
nishings and apparatnt for
keeping meat, batter and eggs.
193 Wyoming Ave.
A Handsome Complexion
la one el the frreotest charms a woman can
poaaeKS. fuouwa'a ComuiXioK Powoaa
400402 Lackawanna Ave.
September 27, 28, 29
KERR h SIEBECKER
406 and 408 Lacka. Avenue.
WE REFER TO
Famished Complete, for
As Follows: '
PQ rr SUk Plu8h prlor Suite, constating of Tete, Corner Chair.
MTdL 1UI Arm Chair, Reception Chair and Side Chair, Centre
Table, a pair of Lace Curtains with Poles and set of Brass Trimmings com
plete, Brussels Carpet (made and laid free.)
TZ -4 Bedstead, Dresser (with large glass), Washstand,
JLJcCirwvJ Ilia Chairs, Rocker, Table, Towel Rack, Husk ant
Cotton Mattresses (best quality), Wooven Wire Spring, Pair Pillows, Carpet
(made aud laid free.)
D. . TD,r-x A six-foot Extension Table, 6 Chal
1 111 Ilg 1X.OOII1 Lamp, Carpet (made and laid free.)
IV 4. 1 Three Chairs, Table, Square of Oil Cloth, Two Win
AVltClieil dow Shades.
And with the "Economy's compliments 1 a piece Dinner Set to all pur
chasers of the above outfit for CASH OR CREDIT. "Good delivered free
A Handsome Cathedral Strike Clock, American
Onyx Finish, with every purohase of f50 or over.
Or an Elegant 100-Piece Dinner Set with every 75
purchase or over, for Cash or Credit.
I Jfcl ..! Ill Mimt II III Mil llll .iail I V It '! I "' '
OUR FOUR-ROOM OUTFIT