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TIIE SCRANTON TBIBUNE THURSDAY MOItNDsG, OCTOBER IS, 1S94.
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AND ' 'nv 1
FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN
Are attracting great at
tention toward us these
crisp October days.
Our orders were placed
during the dull season,
and in many instances
can make a saving to our
customers of at least 25
Is made up largely of
beautiful, stylish shapes,
right from our own work
rooms, and the exact cop
ies of the work of re
nowned Paris Artists.
The prices are, of course,
412 Spruce St., Scranton.
Dr. Reeves Is now fully established at
412 Spruce street, Scranton. He ha per
formed torar wonderful cures and lias
gained the confidence of the public. He
lias come to STAV and will remain PER
MANENTLY at his Spruce street parlors.
He has had Ions and varied experience In
hospital and private iiractica and treats
all ncuto and chronic diseases of men, wo
men and children.
c.fliVnVexdrtlfnatl,oenr.Free Of 06
Ko one Is turned away.
He, with his assistants, treat all dis
cuses of the nervous system, diseases of
the eye. ear, nose and throat, dyspepsia,
rhaurviutlcMv, ,.lt..n... '
weakness or decay In both sexes, nervous
uoviuij, vjuimm, minors, cancers, erup
tolris, blood poisoning. (Its, epilepsy. In
discretion and errors of youth, lost man
hood, eczema, scrofula, St. Vitas' dance,
asthma, diseases of the heart, lungs, liver,
kidneys, bladder, stomach, etc.
The doctor has opened a female depart
ment exclusively for females, so that Ihoee
whom "delicacy" has heretofore kept
nav mav nnv Mnaliu V. ........ i -V
"lady" whose treatment will prove her
wihij in ail .e.
OFFER TO THE FIIRIIP FOR "riTARPU "
Any one suffering; with "Catnrrh" who
jL ICICLY cured may receive FOUR
TEN DOLLARS. This offer holds good
for thirty days. The doctor hat discov
ered a SPECIFIC for this dreaded dis
ease. ou can treat and cure yoursef
and family with It at home. It never
VI. w v ul w- " mei ireuimeni iree.
Office hours: Dally, a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sundays, 10 to 12 and 2 to 4.
Take elevator In Christian's hnt store,
or steps. '
Remember the name and number.
412 Spruce St., ScrantoB.
Window Shades and
All the Latest Designs.
J. Scott Inglis
419 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
four doors above Wyoming Ho una. '
Atothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Mrs. Wtnslow's Soothing Rvrunhan been
U8d for over Hfty years by millions of
momers ror meir cnuuren wmia teething,
with perfect success. It sooths the child,
softens the minis, alluvs all uain: euro
wind oolic, and is the best remedy for di
arrhea. Bold by di-UKRlKts in every part
of ths world. He sura and ask for "Mrs,
Vlnnlow'n Soothing Syrup," and take no
oilier Kina. rweniy-nve cents a Dottle.
Mrs. M. gchaenberirer. Beaver Dam,
Wis., writes: "We have used Dr. Thomas'
Kclectrlo Oil In our family for Couirhx.
Colds, ('rein and Kheumull.m. It cures
NEWS OF THIS VICINITY
ARCHDEACONRY AT MONTROSE.
Spcelul Autumnal Sessions Held on -Mon
day and Tuesday List of Koprcsenta
tives Present Subjects Discussed,
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Montrose, Pa., Oct. 17. The arch
deaconry autumn session opened in St.
Paul's Episcopal church here on Mon
day evening, ending on Tuesday even
ing. All of the sessions were very in
teresting and a large number of clergy
men were present besides several prom
inent laymen. The following took part
in the exercises:
Rev. Henry L. Jonos, D. D., rector of
St. Stephen's church, Wilkes-Barre;
Kev. Edward H. Eckel, of Trinity
church, West Plttston; Rev. M. H. Mill,
of St. David's church, Scranton: Rev.
H. E. Huyden, of St. Stephen's church.
VWlkes-Burre: Kev. H. J. Beaten, of
Trinity church, Athens; Rev. B. S. Las
situr, of the Church of the Good Shep
herd, Mlford: Rev. D. M. Johnson, of
St. Stephen's church, Wlkes-Barre:
Kev. J. X. Lewis, rector of Grace
church, Honesdale; Rev. Mr. Marshall,
of Forest City; Rev. a. P. Hopkins, of
Stevenuvllle; Rev. J. U. Werner, of
Susquehanna: Rev. T. S. Ballentine, of
Scranton, and A. D. Holland Warden,
of St. Luke's church, Scranton. Arch
deacon Rev. D. Webster Coxe, I. 1).,
illlam H. Warner, superintendent
of the Sunday school, made the address
of welcome, which was responded to by
Archdeacon Cole. The danger of neg
lecting the spiritual culture of children
was the subject assigned to A. D. Hol
land, of Scranton, The following promi-
inent ministers and laymen partici
pated in the discussions: Rev. J. P.
are, Rev. William Coney, of Tunk-
hannoek: A. C. Lindsay, of Honesdale;
Rev. E. H. Eckel, of West Plttston; H.
A. Fuller, superintendent of St
Stephen's Sunday school, Wilkes-Barre;
Kev. E. J. Bulsley. of Cnrbondale; Rev.
II. L. Jones, of Wllkes-Barre.
Letters of regret were read from
Rev. Rogers Israel, of Scranton; Rev.
E. J. Mcllenry, of New Milford, and
Rev. C. X. Sleight, of Wilkes-Barre.
Rev. K. A. Warrlner, rector of St. Paul's
church of Montrose, was kept busy
looking after the entertainment of his
guests, and the success of the meet-
lug is largely due to his efforts.
The Ambrosia Social club pntertnlnpd
their friends last evening in a pleasunt
manner In their rooms on Brooklyn
Mrs. Frank Stearns, of nina-hiimtnn.
X. y is the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William McMlnn, of this city.
A most pleasant and successful time
was had last evening at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Durfee, on
North Main stret. The occasion was
the festival and entertainment under
the auspices of the Young Ladies' guild
of Trinity church. The home was beau
tifully illuminated for the event. Dur
ing the evening a tableau was pre
sented, which was recently given in the
urownies entertainment at the Opera
Last evening between the hours of 4
and 6 o'clock Mrs. G. S. Klmbull anu
Mrs. L. A. Bassett gave a tea party at
the home of the latter, on Lincoln ave
nue. Many guests participated in the
Last evening was an eventful evening
with the Junior Order of United Amer
ican Mechanics and their friends who
helped them celebrate. The celebration
wasoccasioned by thesuccessof the Jun
iors in winning the handsome upright
piano in the recent Leader contest,
which was presented to them last even
ing in the W. W. Watt building by E.
D. Lathrop, of the Leader. The in
terior of the building was gaily decor
ated for the occasion and the musical
programme which was rendered was
greatly enjoyed by the large audience.
The street parade, which occurred pre
vious to the exercises In the hall, was
ulso a pleasing feature of the evening.
Yesterday morning at 8:30 o'clock In
St. Rose church. Rev. T. F. Coffey
united in marriage Miss Katherine T.
Lyng, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Lyng,
of Sand street, and James P. Norton, ot
Fallbrook street. The bride was at
tended by Miss Lizzie Mullady and the
best man was Chnrles H. Norton.
Among the out-of-town guests present
were: Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. Flynn,
of Scranton; Patrick Norton, and the
Misses Alice and Mary Xorton, of
A meeting of the board of trade will
bo held tomorrow evening in the Maxcy
block. A large attendance Is desired.
Dr. D. L. Bailey, of Carbondale, was
engaged in his chosen profession in this
Henry Carr, a popular young man of
this place, left yesterday for I'hentx
vllle. Pa., at which place he has nc
cepted a position. Mr. Carr possesses
a good tenor voice and will sing in the
Episcopal church, of which Rev. E.
Campbell, formerly of this place, is
David E. Evans and A. M. Gibson
were In town yesterday.
Joseph Davis, of Taylor, spent a few
hours in this borough yesterday with
his brother, Druggist Alfred Davis.
Thomas Johns, of Pleasant Mount,
was among the visitors in town yester
day. Some of the clothing and other arti
cles that were taken in the recent rob
bery committed in this place were found
In a hay mow in town. The guilty par
ties are not yet known.
A literary and musical entertainment
by the members of St. Agnes Literary
and Drumatlc association, will be given
in the basement of the church Oct. 24,
1894. A first class programme will be
rendered. Tickets, 2u cents.
Miss Mary Chapman, of Ashley, Is
visiting ner Drotner ,nenrp Chapman
on Vorth Alain street
Miss Rose Glanville la visiting with
relatives at Parsons.
Mrs. William Sears and daughter,
Aueusta. are rusticatlnc nt Ahlno-tnn
jvir. anu Mrs. vvuson Bridges moved
from Jcrmyn to Bell Place last Man
Dan Tuthlll, of Prompton, spent
Tuesday with his son, Vernon Tuthlll.
Alonzo Rhodes, of Georgetown, and
Mrs. Frank Holenhnclr nf PnrhmHn1a
visited with Mrs. Oscar Denning yes-
Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Siiph.1 miit nhA
Ten, of Potter county, are visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Mnlupv T.nthi-un
John T. Bell, of Honesdale, called
on friends In town Monday evening,
wnne on nis way to xorK to attend
the Christian Endeavor state conven
Mrs. Cahln Peck, of Elmhurst, Is v
uing relatives in town.
' The Young Men's Acrobatic club of
Miner's Hill will hold a social on the
Oct. 24 at Fasshold hall. A line pro
gramme of vocal selections is being
prepared ana will be rendered during
Street car traffic was delayed on the
ureenwooa line all the forenoon Tues
day until about 3 o'clock In the after
noon, on account of the trolley wire
breaking in the vicinity of McDon
ough's store. The live wlro lay along
Main street during the forenoon. A
Polnnder caught hold of it to test its
power. He was landed some distance
away, but was not seriously Injured, i
Michael Padden, of Carr's Patch, who
came so near being killed about two
weeks ago at the breaker, by falling
down a coal shute, is able to be about
Thomas Patterson, of. Greenwood,
whose arm was broken about a. month
ago, is able to be about again.
John Paddeu, of Carbondale, who has
been visiting at Thomas Lounhney's
for the pust week, returned home yes
terday; Miss Jessie Morgan, of Miner's Hill,
left yesterday for New York city to
Thomas Murray has gone to Susque
hanna county on a hunting expedi
tion. Michael Phllbln, who has been so
journing at Pittsburg the past few
months, returned yesterday.
Misses Winnie Burke and Alice Mur
ray are spending a few days at the
home of Mrs. John Ratchford, of Hyde
Miss Mary Walsh, of Plttston. who
has been visiting Miss Celia Nallin the
past few days, returned home yester
John McCrea attended the wedding of
Miss Minnie Gerrlty to John Munly,
both of Pittston, last night.
Candidate W. S. Kirkoatrlck and
Judge Reeder, of Eastern, together with
K. c btewart, ex-dlstrict attorney, and
Aaron Goldsmith, ex-Republican
county chairman, were guests at the
liurnette House on Monday evening.
They were on their way to Milford to
attend a meeting at that point. They
left on Tuesday morning in carriages to
mane the raid against the enemy's
stronghold Milford. Among those
that left from this point were the fol
lowing: Dr .T. C. Walton, R. II. Kint
ner, Joseph Foulke, A. J. Heller, John
T. Palmer, Howard Palmer and A. R.
Britain, of East Stroudsburg. They ex
pect to reach Milford on Tuesday even
ing, when a meeting will be hold In
favor of Kirkpatrlck.
G. W. Parkton and M. E. Haldeman.
from Scranton, Is the name of a new
nrm that has purchased ground here
for the erection of a shop for the man
ufacture of wagons, carrlag-es and
sleighs. They will also do blacksmith
ing and carriage painting.
A speoial term of court will be held
in the court house for the hearing of ar
guments and new trials commencing
Monday, Oct. 29. Judge Craig will pre
side. Messrs. Keefe and Boyle, of the
Normal, who have been visiting
friends in Scranton, returned on Tues
day. Miss Pearson is a new arrival at the
Normal, having arrived on Tuesday.
The more the merrier.
Miss Dick was visited over Sunday
by her sister.
Miss Edmunds left on Monday for
Doylestown, where she is engaged as
Instructor at the Bucks County Insti
tute. The society meetings on Saturday
evening were fairly well attended, and
programmes of an Interesting char
acter were indulged in.
Meeting was conducted in the chapel
on Sunday evening. Mr, Bush acted as
Rev. Dr .Hibshman and SamuelHood,
of this borough, will attend the synod
of the east of the Reformed Church of
the United States, to convene in the
Second Reformed church ut Harrisburg
on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock.
The session will last about six days.
Miss Emily Heilman, a charming
young lady of Reading, is In town vis
iting her friend, Mrs. Emmet Palmer,
of Sarah street.
An Injunction was served against the
Delaware Valley Electric road on
Wednesday morning by Sheriff Kresge
restraining them from entering the
land of Grant and Reeder Posten, who
have a 200 acre farm in Middle Smith-
Held township. The road will take a
good porton of their land. The case
will be heard on Saturday next before
Judge Craig; and, the injunction served
on the New York, Susquehanna and
Western by the Delaware, Lackawanna
and estern will also be heard at that
The dramatic performance given by
Mr. Turner and his amateur troupe on
Friday and Saturday was largely at
tended. Miss Jesie Bowen, one of the type
setters of the Moscow Medium, wus
nearly overcome by the escaping gas
lrom the stove In that onlce Tuesday
but Is able to attend to her duties
Rev Simpkins Is preaching to his
congregation in a novel way, dividing
them up into different classes and
pointing out to each one their duty us
Miss Finden, of Port Jervls, X. Y.,
who has been spending a few weeks
with Miss Mabel Dewitt, returned home
Mrs. J. . Sayre spent Monday and
Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. T, B,
Howe, of Green ltidge.
Mrs. C. H. Travis called on friends
In Scranton Monday .
Airs. k. m. Hodgson is attending the
Woman s Relief Corps convention In
Mrs. A. Hallett is visiting friends In
O. E. Vaughn spent last week at
Mr. Turner will give another drama.
assisted by some of his troupe, under
the auspices of tlx .Odd Fellows, at
their hall, on Saturday night, Oct. 20.
The Young People's society of Throop
will hold a fair and festival n the Meth
odist Episcopal church of this place
on (Saturday and Monday evenings
The1 receipts will be for the beiiellt of
the Methodist Episcopal church.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Williams, of this
place, wore in Providence on Monday
Mrs. H. W. Bellman has returned
home from her visit to Oneonta, nccom
panied by her mother, who will spend
the winter months here.
Miss Jennie Tellford, of Blakely, wus
a caller in town on Tuesduy.
The Choral Glee club. which disbanded
during the summer months, are mak
ing preparations to re-orguuize during
the coming week.
A sacred concert will be given In the
Methodist Episcopal church Sunday
Mrs. William Lawyer, of this pluce,
called on her parents In Scranton on
Mrs. James Doyle and son Clinton,
having leased their farm to Joseph
Rought, will move next Monday to
Nicholson borough. They will occupy
for the present the J. W. Hillings house
on Walnut street.
Mrs. Mettle Thurber, of this place,
and Chester Butts, of Scranton, were
Gilmore's Aromatic Wins
A tonic for ladies. If you
are suffering ' from weakness,
and feel exhausted and ner
vous; are getting Jhin and all
run down; Gilmore's Aro
matic Wine will bring roses
to your cheeks and restore
you to flesh and plumpness.
Mothers, . use it lor your
daughters. It is the best
regulator and corrector for
ailments-peculiar to woman
hood. It promotes digestion
enriches the blood aud gives
lasting strength. Sold by
Matthews Bros., Scranton.
married at Lehman Tuesday last.
Ed. Stephens and E. S. Wheeler are
canvassing ihe county in the interest
of K. S. Wheeler.
-Mrs. Jim Pedrick visited the Electric
l tie musical drill conducted by Pro
fessor Llewellen Shields closes Friday-
evening with a concert.
Two fashionable marriages of the
season were Bolemnlzcd here yesterday
afternoon, the contracting couples hav-
ng been Miss Sadie (illgallon, who
was married to Michael McDonnell, of
Taylor, and Miss Ella Van Doreli,
who was wedded to Thomas Monle
Each marrlnge was of more than ordi
nary interest because all the parties
concerned are widely known and held
in high esteem, and each was at
tended by many guests from out of
The McDonnell-Gilgallon ceremony
took place in St. Thomas' church at
3.30 o'clock. Rev. T. J. Comerford, rec
tor of St. Thomas' church, olllciated.
The church was thronged with friends
of the young couple, and In the assem
blage were many from Carbondale,
Scranton and the Intervening towns.
The bride wus attended by her cousin,
Miss Nora Cosgrove. They were both
very ueuutilully dressed. The bride
wore mauve broadcloth trimmed with
velvet und hat to match. The brides
maid's dress was also of mauve broad
cloth and velvet trimming. The groom
was attended by his cousin, Anthony
MaloneA', of Pottsvile. The Mailers
were J&mes Gllgallon and John J. GU-
gallolf, of Arehbald: Joseph Coolican,
of .Scranton, and James iMeDonnell,
of Taylor. After the ceremony a re
ception Was held at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Gilgallon, of Main street. The pleasure
of the multitude of guests that had as
sembled to congratulate the young
couple was heightened by the plenteous
wedding supper that had been pre
pared by the generous parents. Every
one had a merry time during the few
hours the reception lasted. The wed
ded couple were the recipients of many
beautiful and valuable articles.
At the home of Mrs. Van Doren, on
Main street, last evening, her daughter,
Miss Ella, was married to Thomas
Monle, the well-known druggist. The
ceremony was performed In the front
parlor or the residence by Kev. W. W.
Shaw, pastor of the Presbyterian
church. The house was brilliantly Il
luminated and decorated with many
varieties of flowers and ferns. Miss
Maggie Renniman, of Avoru, attended
the bride, while C. A. Battonberg did
the honors for the groom. The bride
and her maid were charmingly dressed.
After the solemn marriage service was
pronounced a reception was held, which
was attended by a few relatives and in
timate friends of the wedded couple.
An elaborate supper was served and
the evening was spent In a most en
joyable manner. At 1 o'clock Mr. and
Mrs. Monle left on a wedding tour,
which will include a visit to Philadel
phia and Washington, on their return
they will live in the House wnicn mr.
Monle recently bought trom Air. v 111-
iams, at Green Ridge. The wedded
couple received many tokens of value
from admiring friends. The out-of-town
guests at the wedding were: Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Monle, Miss Lizzie
Monle. Charles. Thomas, James ana
John Monle and Mrs. Martin, of Mooslc;
Miss Anna Huson. of Washington, u.
C: the Misses Renniman. of Avoca; Mr.
and Mrs. William Law, of Moosic: Miss
Hunter, of Wlnton; Mrs. Andrew simp
son and John J. Simpson, and Mrs.
Frank Hubbard, of Carbondale; Mr.
and Mrs. Decker, of Clifford; James
Monle, of Plttston: Homer ana nose
Wii.-npr mid Mrs. Kouertsoli, oi
The choir of St. Rose s cliurcti, tar.
bondale, attended the fair lust evening.
Thiu pvpiilnu- Misss Morgan, oi jjuii-
more, will sing and a door prize of $o
will be given.
Elmer E. Vance's "Limited Mail" at
traded the largest audience of the Bea
son to Music Hull last evening. The
presentation of the mechanical effects
were marvels ot stage seiung auu
The work on the new Miners' Bank
building has about reached the third
story and the beautilul sott gray un
ished stone shows up to excellent ad
A permanent organization ot tne
Eagle Hose company drill Bquad wus
effected at a meeting heldat Eaglehall,
Tuesdav evening. The following oili
cers were t-lecteu: i-resuieiu, v-nuira
Cutler; secretary. Joseph Rasper; treus-
urer. A. .C Blackwell: drill master,
John M. Jones. The following commit
tee was aunointed to prepare a code of
rule for the regulation of the drill squad:
J. M. Jones, Joseph Kasper, J. G. olgt.
John M. Jones, captain of the Eagle
Drill squad, was the recipient of a
handsome diamond ring from the mem
bers during the present week.
The funeral of Oscar Nichols, the boy
who died as a result of having his neck
broken by a car in the mines Tuesday,
will occur this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The remains will be Interred In Pittston
The Eagle Foot Ball team is the title
of a new club organized in this place. It
was organized Tuesday evening with
me juiiowiugmemoers: Dunham Lamb
captain: John Jones. William ivii.i.
Joseph Hafner, William Borer, William
Searles, Charles Rommell, William
r rancis, uu. Edwards, Ed. Smith, M. J,
ing, win continue for four duys. The
i ne m. james Episcopal church fair,
on Water street, which opens this pvpn.
ing will continue for four davs. Thp
following ladies will have charge of the
several oootns: Fancy booth. Miss Cas
sie Sweeney, Mrs. Arch Buchanan; aids.
Miss Glirk, Nora Hankee, Martha
Rodgers: (lower, Carrie Tucker, Maggie
booth. Miss Melissa Coznd. Miss Grace
Morrow, Clara Leigh ton; supper table
-No. 2, Mrs. Stlcklln. Miss Hunnah
Campbell: aids. Mrs. Laird. Miss Stella
Hobbs, May Hankee, Maggie Evans,
Emma Campbell; supper table No.
Mrs. Ruder, Mrs. Thomas; aids, Belle
Mitchell, Josephine Brunmelster, Jen
nie -Mcnoison, t rances wynn.
John J. Owens, of Railroad street
after a lingering illness, died yesterday
morning, at the uge of S3. His wife ana
the following children Burvlve him
David J. Owens, of Welsh Hill: Mrs. R,
J. Hallock, of South street; Mrs. Henry
Zeigler, of Wyoming; Mrs. William
Davis, of West Pittston; Mrs. John
Warner, of Scranton: Mrs. Jesse Fear.
of Vine street, and Mrs. WlHiam Will
iams, of Railroad avenue.
The funeral will take place tomorrow
afternoon. Services will be held at the
family home on Railroad street, ot 2:3u
o clock, conducted by Rev. W. D,
Thomas. Interment In Plttston ceme
County Detective Whalen and Squire
J. E. Purklns were In town lust even
ing on otliclal business.
Joseph Kelley, of Carbondale, Is vis
iting friends in this place.
Theodore Strong and family, who
have been summering at Glen Summit
have returned to their home on the West
' Mrs. H. M. Wiseman and daughter
Maud visited among Wllkes-Barre
Mrs. John M. Lewis, of Hazleton, vis
ited friends In this pluce yesterday.
Rough and Ready Chemical and Hoso
company were out on Tuesday night
testing their new chemical engine. It
H. P. Read has returned from a busl
nc8S trip to New York city.
The Epworth league will hold a spe
cial prayer service on Friday evening.
Judge and Mrs. D. W. Searle have re
turned from Honesdale, where the Judge
presided over the Wayne county court
Druggist S. J. Spark Is In New York
The Improvements In front of the
brick blo.ck on Church street are about
completed, and presents a decided
change foi- the better.
George Stoddard Is at present em
ployed in the Central drug store.
A beautiful cnivou urn-trait of the
lute Miss Lizzie Hunter has been on ex
hibition in the show window of G. V.
Baker's Jewelry store.
Louis R. Herrick has given tin busi
ness in Rush, and has accepted a pay-
ng position in a band near Paterson,
Father Drlscoll. of .Nicholson, and
Father Lally, of Silver LHke, have been
attending 'forty hours' devotion in this
Agnes O'Mally. of Montrose, wus vis
iting her parents In this place the llrst
part ot tne week.
Mrs. Donovan, of Scranton. is visit
ing her parents on William street.
There will be no school next week, as
the teachers will be In attendance at
the teachers' county institute, which Is
to be held at -Montrose. Tin? pro
gramme will appear in Friday's
Detective Foster Bluek, of Rlnghamp-
tou, Is in town today.
Mrs. Frank Tingley, formerly or this
place, died on Tuesday of consumption.
at her home in Suinmersvllle.
MLKDl'R OF A WATCHMAN.
Chinks Pciirsou.iof iiunsus City, is killed
While Protecting Property.
By the United Press.
Kansas City, Mo Oct. 17. Burglars
early this morning forced the cellur
door and were entering the house of A.
A. Mosher, vice president of the Mis
souri, Kansas and Texas Trust com
pany, when they were surprised by
Charles Pearson, a private watchman.
The burglars shot and killed Pearson
and escaped, leaving no clue behind.
The Plain Facts
Are that I have had Catarrh 10 Yean. Xc
catarrh cure did me any good, but Hood's Sat
laparllla lie Inert m
woniierlully. Jly head
Is cleared, si-nse of sinull flL j a ,JF
returning. IIihiiI'i Ssr-W aaa.
laimillla Is dnlng uiv 'wwwww
wife a world of good lor Thai T'rcil Ted.
hig. Oeohue H. DiKtmam, iiobble.l'a.
. Hood's Pills &re efficient and gentle. 25o
230 Lackawanna Ave.
DO YOU APPRECIATE
HERE ARE SOME:
A few Overcoats. Vlsters and Hea'T
Suits, which were datnuited by water only
lrom tne Davits & uriluii nre, are now of
prices. In July we could not sell Ovrr-
coats and Ulsters: now Is the right seu
son for these goods.
for Overcoats and Heavy Suits which
were made to sell for ?H and
for Black or Blue or double-brensted
overcoats and Suits. 13, $15 aud IK Is
what they were inudu to sell lor.
BARGAINS IN BOYS' CLOTHING
GET OCR PRICES
5o-Cciit Duality - 37 CENTS
75-Cent Quality - 4S CENTS
.oo Ouality - W CENTS
It will pay you to see them.
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST,
230 Lack. Ave.
SIGN' OF THIS UEI-L.
MINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured at the Wapwnllopen Mills, Ltt
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HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming District
118 WYOMING AVE., Scranton, Pa,
Third National Bank Builduig.
JonN B. SMITH ft BON. Plrrannth. Pa.
E. W. MULLIGAN, Wllkawlnrro, Pa.
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400-402 Lackawanna Avenue.
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Figured all over, fringe
top and bottom . . .
$5?Tliese were previously sold at $7.00. Six colors to
A new line of Chenille and Tapestry Cover?.
Rich Velour Table Covers. Elegant line of Gob
lin Tapestry Covers and Pillow Covers.
Four sizes of
All new. Waste
SCREENS and EASELS
ALL PRICES AND KINDS.
KERR & SIEBECKER
406 and 408 Lackawanna Avenue.
BRANCH AT CARBONDALE.
WE HAVEN'T TALKED
for some time; nevertheless all purchasers from
out of town experience no extra charges. You
have the same advantages as our city patrons.
We say, now, as we have said since our iucep
tion, Goods Delivered FREE Everywhere.
Therefore you know why you should deal with
us. This inducement, combined with the
know ledge of our elegant mammoth stocks of
it jo as
And the lowest market prices on them, and our
PEERLESS CREDIT SYSTEM, which allows
you to pay at your pleasure.
Special Terms to patrons on second pur
chases or after.
If ' .' r
A Handsome Cathedral Strike Clock, American
Onyx llnisb, with every purchase of $50 or over.
Or an Elegant 100-Ploce Dinner Bet with every
$75 purchase or over, for Cash or Credit
IS CALLED TO OUR
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Hampers, in a variety of colors,
and Scrap Baskets.