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THE SCRAOTON" TRIBTINE---TT7ESDAY MOENINO,1 OCTOBER 23, 1894;
Xo other store can compete with
our prices aud qualities. Suporior
knowledge of value, unlimited fa
cilities aud constant enterprise
keep us ahead of competition at
Ladies' Fine White Tabbed
Merino Vests aud Pants, excellent
make and finish, recommended as
being non-shrinkable; 50c. the
garment; real value, 75c.
Ladies' Superfine Natural Gray
Vests and Pauls, especially rec
ommended for warmth; $1.00 the
.garment; formerly $1.25.
Sanitary Black Hose for La
dies; best qualities at low
prices; Children's Black Hose;
double knee aud double toes,
soles and heels.
Our fall importation is large,
including all the styles for
out-door and evening wear.
Ladies' Flain and Ribbed Seam
less Wool Hose, 25c.; were 35c.
Children's Hoavy Seamless
liibbed Cotton Hose, double kuee,
extra heel aud toe, sizes Gto 8 1-2;
15c. Per Pair,
Or 2 Pair for 25c.
THE NOTION DEPARTMENT
Carries a greater diversity of
goods than any other depart
ment in the house.
Of the thousand or more arti
cles always to be found in this
department there probabl y is not
one piece that is not used by ev
412 Spruce St., Scranton.
Dr. Reeve!) b now fully established at
412 Spruce street, Scranton. He has per
formed Home wonderful cures and has
pained the confidence of the public. He
has come to STAY and will remain PER
MANENTLY at hid Spruce street parlors.
He has had Ions and varied experience in
hospital and private practice and treats
all acute and chronic diseases of men, wo
men and children.
vc,9i;ed8exaadfn84tisoep:Free of Charge
No one la turned away.
He, with his assistants, treat all dis
eases of the nervous syntem, diseases of
the eye, ear, nose and throat, dyspepsia,
rheumatism, lotit vitality, premature
weakness or decay In both sexes, nervous
avblllty, catarrh, tumors, cancers, erup
tolns, blood poisoning, fits, epilepsy,. In
discretion and errors of youth, lost man
hood, eczema, scrofula, St Vita1 dance;
asthma, diseases of the heart, lungs, liver,
kidneys, bladder, stomach, etc.
The doctor has opened a female depart
merit exclusively for females, so that those
whom "dellcacjr" has heretofore kept
away may now receive the services of a
"lady" whose treatment will prove her
ability tn all cases.
OFFER TO THE FUBLIC FOR "CATARRH."
Any one sufTorlm? with "Chtarrh" who
w!?!l??,Ti? be PERMANENTLY and
QUICKLY cured may receive FOUR
MONTHS' TRKATMENT OR ONLY
TEN DOLLARS. ThUj offer holds Rood
for thirty days. The doctor has discov
ered a SPECIFIC for this dreaded dis
ease. You can treat and cure yoursof
and family with It at home. It never
falls to cure. A trial treatment free.
Office hours: Dally 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sundays. 10 to 12 and i to 4.
Take elevator In Christian's hat store,
Remember the name and number.
412 Spruce St., Scranton.
Window Shades and
, All the Latest Designs'.
J. Scott Inglis
419 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
four doors above Wyoming House. ,
Mothers I Mothers! I Mothers! !1
Mrs. Window's Soothlrtg Byruphns been
Uand for over llfty years by millions of
mothers for thflr children while teething,
with perfwt su:ubhh. It sooths the child,
aofteiiM the kuiux, ullays all pain; cures
wind colln, and Is the best remedy for di
arrhea. Hold by driiKKlHts In every part
of the world. He riiih and ask for "Mrs.
Wlnslow's Hoothlnn Syrup," and take no
other kind. Twenty-live cents a bottle.
Bad DralnaUb cuuses. much sickness,
and bad blood and Improper action of
the liver and kidneys is bad dralnune to
the human system, which Burdock Uloo l
NEWS OF, JDS VICINITY
A very pleasant social event occurred
on Friday evening at the home of Al
derman William Williams, the occasion
being the celebration of the eighteenth
birthday of his daughter, Gertrude.
The evening was one long to be remem
bered by the guests. At midnight an
elegant repast was served. Those whose
privilege it was to enjoy the festivities
are as follows: Misses Hattle and Dora
Staples, of Green Grove; Miss Jennie
Solomon, of Jermyn; Misses Bertie and
Minnie Phillips, of South Canaan;
Misses Annie White, Ida White, Ella
Shreen, Emma Wills, Rose Chubb,
Mabel Stanton, Kate Birmingham, Ag
nes Reardon, Ruth Pearce, May Smith,
Alice Thorpe, Annie Tonkin, Alfa Ran
kin, Altha Rankin, Mary Haley, Flor
ence Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson,
Mrs. Honey, Mrs. Owen, Mrs. Thorpe,
William Marvin and William Staples,
of Green Grove; Fred Smith, of Jer
myn; Dr. Whitehead, Willie Williams,
George Schreen, Arthur Flnton, George
Schrader, Eugene Shaffer, Tom Rankin,
Joe Hawkins, Thomas Hunter, Ernest
Dalson, Henry Lewis, Frank Reardon,
George Honey, Eddie Woodward, Wil
lie Wills, Thomas J. Thomas.
Will Evans, of Chicago, a former
Carbondale resident, Is visiting friends
In this city.
Benjamin Maxey, of Forest City, was
a caller In Carbondale on Saturday.
John C. Blower, of Scranton, spent
the Sabbath In this city.
Dr. John S. Niles, who has been at
tending a course of lectures and clinics
under Dr. Price, of Philadelphia, will
return home today.
Ou Friday of this week will occur the
ball of E. E. Hendrlck lodge, Brother
hood of Rnilway Trainmen, in W. W.
The concert which will be given at
the MethodlHt church on Wednesday
evening of this week will be one of un
usual interest. It will be produced by
a quartette composed of the following
talented singers: Mrs. B. T. Jayne,
Scranton's leading soprano, now solo
ist in the choir of the Second Presby
terlun church in that city; Mrs. Boston
Williams, renowned as a contralto
singer; Lew Herbert, the great basso,
and William D. Evans, Carbondale's
Miss Flora Allen, of Forest City, and
Charlotte Giles, of this city, will leave
on Wednesday of this week to visit
friends In Wyoming, where they will
witness the marriage of Miss Mary E.
Davis to Charles E. Penny. The bride
Is well known in this olty.
Miss Annie Spruks, of Honesdale,
spent Sunday as the guest of Mrs. D.
. Humphrey, of Salem avenue.
Mrs. c. P. Hallock and Mrs. War
wick, of Gilbert street, are guests of
Frank Berry, who has been In Phila
delphia during the past few weeks,
has returned home again.
This afternoon In St. P.nsn rtiniwii at
4 o'clock will occur the marriages of the
misses aiary and Annie Roland,
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Boiund, of Dundaff street. The former
will be married to Thomas Hosle, of
Farview street, and the latter to
Michael Marion, of Canaan street
This afternoon General Daniel H.
Hastings, the, 'Republican candidate
for governor, will come to Carbondale.
He and the party of distinguished men
who will accompany him will come
from Scranton on a special train at
2.15 p. m. over the Delaware and Hud
son railroad. At 4 o'clock speeches will
be made In front of Hotel Anthracite.
Joseph Mattlnos, a Polander, was In
stantly killed In the Northwest mine
yesterday morning by being beneath
a fall of rock.
Miss Mae Hallock went to WilkeB
Barre yesterday and on Wednesday
of this week she will attend the wed
ding of her cousin, Fred Taylor, a
young man well known in Carbondale.
Messrs. Frick and Copeland, of this
city, and Freeman, of Scranton, view
ers appointed by court to lay out a
road in Fell township, went over the
ground yestetrday morning. The pro
posed road would run through the
Morss and Warren tracts to Rlchmond
vllle. A considerable grade was en
countered at some points and the prob
abilities are that the construction of a
suitable thoroughfare would cost $3,000.
Some of the residents and corporations
of that section are, however, willing
to defray any extra expenses that may
be necessary to put the road in the best
Miss Hattle Hutchlns, of Washington
street, passed the Sabbath with friends
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Reynolds, of Ter
race street, Bpent Sunday in Scranton
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Rice.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Repnolds have
moved Into their new home on Wyo
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Clarke have been
called to Berwick by the sad intelli
gence announcing the death of Mrs.
James E. Morrison, of South Main
street, was struck and knocked down
yesterday morning by a Delaware and
Hudson locomotive. His injuries, al
though painful, are not serious. He
was walking up the track on his way to
work at the Hendrlck works.
Wlllium Pell, of Honesdale, has ac
cepted a position as prescription clerk
with Druggist A. W. Reynolds.
The annual meeting of the Socleta
Giovanni Italia occurred at their hall
on Sunday afternoon and the follow
ing officers were elected: President,
Gabriel Pugllano; vice president,
Nicolas Rogglero; treasurer, Santo
Pugllano; financial secretary, Joseph
Cerra; recording secretary, E. Barblerl;
vice recording secretary, L. Roman!.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mohrs, of Park
street, spent Sunday in Honesdale.
The Alhambra Social club will hold
a soclul In the Keystone hall on the
eve of Thanksgiving Day, Wednesday,
Registrar W. C. Gretzlnger Is spend
ing a few days In Philadelphia.
President J. H. Harris gave a dis
course at Northumberland on Saturday
There Is talk of chartering a car for
Scranton on Saturday next to witness
the game between Colgate university
Bucknell met her old enemy, Frank
lin and Marshall, upon the Bucknell
athletic field on Saturday. The Frank
lin and Marshall men came up confi
dent of victory and were placing bets
4 to 1, that Bucknell would not score.
But In the first line up after the kick
off Bucknell sent Wolfe around the
right end for a touch-down. From
that time the game was not In
doubt. Twice franklin and Mar
shall got the ball to Bucknells
two-yard line on kicks, but she
was not able to shove it over owing
to quick work in the rush line. For
Bucknell Wolfe, Bunnell, Collins and
Megargee carried off the honors, while
Cramer, Hartman and Baker did well
for Franklin and Marshall. Score,
Bucknell, 42; Franklin and Marshall,
0. Touchdowns, Wolfe, 8; Bunnell,
Megargee, 1; Elliott, 2. Goals from
touchdowns, Bunnell, 7. Referee, Ap
ple (Franklin and Marshall); umpire,
Young- (Cornell); linesman, Hulley
John Jayne, of Nantlcoke, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Swales
Mrs.. Mark Sherwood, of Jermvn,
spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. John Barnes was pleasantly sur
prised last B'rlday night at her real
dence on Main street by about seventy
friends, including the ladles of the
Woman'fl Relief corps, of Scranton, of
which Mrs. Barnes Is a member. Mrs.
J. B. Slckler, after a few brief remarks,
presented her with a beautiful silver
cake basket and napkin ring, as a re
memberance of her many friends In
Ridge, presented her with a corps
badge. Mrs. Barnes has resided here
for fifteen years and will leave about
Nov. 1 to make her home In Kansas.
Sidney Davis, a miner at the Grassy
Island shaft, received an injury to one
of his legs yesterday by a fall of top
coal, which will keep him at home for
Miss Rena Boucher, of Unlondale,
Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. John Snooks.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
union will hold a dime social at the
home of Mrs. William Page next Thurs
George W. Becker, of Honesdale,
called upon friends here on Tuesday
Oscar HendrlckB Is making an exca
vation for a 36 by 60 foot exchange
stable on his recently purchased lots.
Messrs. Frace and Parker have also
purchased a lot on the Nichols tract
and will erect a new store building 24
by 70 feet in the near future.
Miss Hattie Mead has been quite 111
with cholera morbus, but Is now con
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mathews were
visitors at Maple Croft on Thursday
Mace Rhodes, of Factoryvllle, was a
visitor among friends here last week.
A. F. Rhodes has erected a new black
smith shop here, and will be ready for
Mrs. B. T. Stanton and children, of
Bozeman, returned here from a visit
among friends in Scranton on Saturday
afternoon last, and is stopping at her
sister's, Mrs. A. A. Davis.
The pie social held at the Methodist
Episcopal church on Saturday evening
last was well attended and was a pleas
ant and enjoyable affair.
S. C. Koons has recently purchased a
fine corner lot and anticipates erecting
a modern hardware store very soon.
The Electric Star lodge, No. 490, In
dependent Order of Odd Fellows, con
ferred the Initiatory upon one candi
date and the second degree upon one
other candidate, and are kept quite
busy with their work. At next Satur
day evening's meeting the following
newly elected officers will be installed:
Fred. C. Hanyen, noble grand; A. I.
Akerley, vice grand; A. D. Robinson, as
slstant secretary, and W. S. Frace,
treasurer. The installation will be con
ducted by District Deputy Louis
Mary A. Sullivan, of Five Points, who
has been visiting friends at Newport,
R. I., the past month, has returned.
Wrlllle Fitzhenry, son of John Fltz
henry, of Main street, was slightly In
jured yesterday at the Greenwood No.
Pay day today at the Greenwood Coal
The cantata of the "Flower Queen"
was rehearsed again last night and will
be re-produced on Wednesday night,
The Young Men's Institute, Branch
No. 184, will hold a grand entertain
ment tonight at Father Mathew hall,
on Main street. Following is the pro
gramme: Piano boIo, Professor T. K.
Davis; vocal solo, Miss Julia Donnelly;
vocal solo, John Casey; address, M. H.
McDonough; vocal duet. Misses Knapp
and Leveling; vocal solo, Mrs. M. J.
Egan; recitation, Miss Eliza Rawson,
song and dance, Messrs. Rourke and
Cawley; solo, George Burns; vocal duet,
Misses Mullen and Cawley; violin solo,
Sam Mahedy; recitation, Miss Laura
Kelly; solo, Miss Anna McDonough; in
strumental duet, Messrs. Jones and
Houseradth; recitation, Miss Anna
Hughes; vocal solo, Miss Cella Langan,
cornet solo, Master Ed McGuigan; vo
cal duet, Messrs. Jones and Jones;
recitation, MaBter John F. Conneliy;
monologue, P. Ferdinand Cusick.
The Democrats of this place held a
rally In the Father Mathew Opera
House on Saturday evening.
J. P. McNulty, of the Archbald Citi
zen, was a caller In town Saturday.
Alvln Prltchard, of Hancock, is visit
ing his mother, Mrs. Rachel Pritchard,
of Lackawanna street.
M. D. Macky and family, who have
resided here for a number of years,
have moved to Harford, Sasquehanna
Stephen Somolgylc spent yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. Dry Harris entertained
a number of friends at their home last
Friday evening. Refreshments were
served at a late hour.
Mrs. T. Farrell, of Scranton, who has
been visiting here, has returned home.
Miss Edith Rapson, of WUkes-Barre,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mathew
Mackey, of Delaware street.
The Blakely Social club will hold the
first of their series of socials next Thurs
The fair of Crystal Fire company
continues to attract large crowds and
will be a great success.
At a meeting of the public school
teachers of Archbald, Jermyn and May
field on Saturday, called to consider the
best means of Improving the school
work, E. D. Bovard was chosen chair
man and Miss Dana Rymer secretary.
It was decided to hold the first local in
stitute in Mayfield Dec. 8. The commit
tee to arrange programme are E. D.
Bovard, Francis McCarty and N. S. Da
vis. Miss Ella Mulholland spent Sunday
with friends in Scott.
J. R. Millard 1b visiting friends In
Oneata, N. Y.
Married, at the home of the bride on
Thursday evening by Rev. L.W. Church,
Henry Dedrlck, of Hackettstown, N. J.,
and Miss Jennie Currier, of this place.
The ceremony was performed at 8
o'clock. There were about forty guests
present. Those from out of town who
were present were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Currier, Dr. Thmns Dedrlck, of Phila
delphia; and Fred Dedrlck.
George Major, of Blnghamton, In vis
iting his brother, N. O. Major In this
ilr. A. J, Davenport
Caused large Boils u my face mui aech,
I ww told to take Hood's Barsaparllla faithful-
ly, and alter using 3
bottles was free from
all eruptions. I am per
fectly curod and la ex
cellent health. A. J. Davenpoht, Milton, N. J.
Hood'O PI1I3 f.ro purely Yeota!lo and Cc
not porno, pulu or rlpe. Try box. 234.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Z. Russell are absent
on a trip which will Include Washing
ton ,D. C, and a number of cities in
Virginia and neighboring states.
The tire alarm sounded at 1 o'clock
Saturday and the streets were imme
diately filled with people about to
begin their work. The fire proved to
be a shed owned by Guckenberger
Bros, and used for sheltering their
numerous wagons and as a store houBe
for goods belonging to their grocery
store. Loss was about $200. No In
surance. The cause of the fire is un
known, but it is supposed to have orig
inated from fire used in heating pitch
for tarring kegs, which was near the
Court was taken up Saturday with
the case of Mrs. Nicholas Mathey, jr.,
against her husband for divorce and
George F. James, who has been pass
ing some time with his parents here,
returned to his home In Carbondale
A special train leaves here this morn
ing over the Gravity railroad with a
delegation of prominent Republicans
to meet General Hastings. General
Hastings will speak in the court house
The New York Celebrities appeared
at the opera house Saturday night and
proved a most miserable failure in the
musical line; but for the appearance of
Miss Florence Ham fife entertainment
would have fallen flat. Miss Ham's
rendition of "The Chariot Race" from
Ben Hur, was most admirable, and was
the only part of the performance that
either deserved praise or was praised.
The entertainment was for the benefit
of the Ladles' Improvement society and
was well patronized.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gardner and son,
Perry, have returned home after an ex
tended visit with relatives at Danville.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crossley, Jr.,
of Forest City, passed Sunday with
their parents here.
Superintendent Derr and Roadmas
ter E. T. Relsler, of the Erie railroad,
were callers in town yesterday.
Adam Mctzgar, Jr., traveling sales
man for the Honesdale Shoe company,
was home over Sunday.
The new company houses being built
for the Connell Coal company are near
The Electric Railroad company Is
Improving the thoroughfare by giving
lt3 road bed a coat of ashes.
The work of pumping out the water
at the Hallstead mine Is nearly com
pleted. Miss Anna Mnlnwarlng, of West
Plttston, formerly of this place, called
on friends here Friday afternoon.
T. B. Dills, the popujar liveryman,
has been making extensive Improve
ments to his undertaking establish
ment. Ben Welden has removed to the house
recently occupied by James Flbbs, near
the Brick church.
The public schools are closed this
week on account of the annual teachers'
institute to be held at Wllkes-Barre.
Politicians are giving our peaceful
citizens many friendly visits of late.
The front wall of the silk mill has
been pulled back In Its place with a
windlass and cables. The work is be
ing pushed rapidly; nearly half of the
building now has the roof on. i
J. S. O'Connor & Son are making
some new Improvements at their cut
A series of revival meetings are being
held in the Methodist Episcopal church.
Special services for men were held Sun
John Kuhlbach, Democratic candi
date for representative of Wayne coun
ty, was in town Friday afternoon.
Many of the stone cutters employed
at the silk mill have been suspended.
The iron bridge crossing the Lacka
waxen river at the Eddy is being re
planked. The Delaware and Hudson Canal
company has erected a fence along the
tow path between the canal and river
bridges at the Eddy.
Mrs Hobert Gleason Is suffering
from a Bevere attack of diphtheria.
Myron C. Hendrlck, of Blnghamton,
was among the visitors In town this
The funeral of Mrs. F. J. Tingley,
who died at her home In Summersvllle,
Monday, was held In that village yes.
Mrs. L. A. Smith is making prepara
tons to locate In Kingston, Pa.
The poverty social held in the Bap
tist church Tuesday evening was a
great success socially and financially.
C. W. Lilly is moving Into the late
home of Mrs. L. A. Smith.
Ezra Beebe, one of our oldest and
best known citizens, died suddenly at
his residence In this place Thursday
morning. He was 74 years of age, and
Is survived by his wife and two chil
dren. Funeral at his home; Interment
took place at Montrose.
SAID IN FUN.
He often "did" his fellow men
With confidence sublime;
'Tls, therefore, pleasant to reflect
That now he's "doing time."
China's young emperor Is about to
take the fluid In person. If he does he
will get his Celestial tin crown nicely
Japanned. New York Journal.
He "Has your father been vacci
nated yet?" She "He is going to be
tomorrow." He Tell him to have it
done on the foot," Boston Post.
Subscriber "I have Just heard that
fifty people are coming to settle here."
Editor "Thank the Lord! John, make
out the bills." Atlanta Constitution.
First Clubman "Have you heard the
latest song?" Second Clubman "No;
what is it?" First Clubman "What Is
Home Without a Latchkey?" Boston
Miss Irene "The odious creature!
She turned and looked at me after we
had passed each other." Cousin Jack
"How do you know Bhe did?" New
"Oh, dear! What shall I give Bob for
a birth day present?" "Why don't you
give him your heart? He wants it badly
enough." "He has It already only he
doesn't know It." Life.
"I think I will take a holiday the next
three weeks," remarked the secretary
and treasurer of a private company to
the chairman thereof. "But you re
turned from one only two weeks ago."
"True; that one was my holiday as sec
retary. I wish to go now as treasurer."
Why lie Was Saved.
"Stay!" cried Pocahontas.
The obedient father paused.
"Do you realize," said she, "that If
you undertake the job of killing off
all the John Smiths you won't even
have time to eat?" Indianapolis Jour
nal. Plcaso Don't Mention It.
From the Philadelphia Record.
It takes all sorts of girls to make a
world, and we couldn't get along with
out this delicious little bundle of pouts
and dimples and tears and frowns and
pretty smiles. Now could we?:
LItlo Purple Aster.
Little Purple Aster, sitting on her stem,
Peeping at the passers-by, beckoning at
Staring o'er at Golden Rod, by the pasture
Giving him a timid nod when he turns his
Little Purple Aster; waits till very late.
Till the flowers have fudqd from the gar
Then when all Is dreary, see her buds un
furled, Come to cheer a changeful and sombre
-Little Flower Folks.
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An Easy Way of Horn Dyeing Cot
ton, Wool, Silk and Feathers Read
ily Colored a Handsome Black Use
Only Diamond Dyes Absolutely
It Is only within the last few years
that It has been possible for an Inex
perienced person to dye a black that
would not crock, fade, or wash out.
Even mill-dyed black goods were rarely
The advent of three diamond dye fast
blacks, for wool, for cotton, and for
silk and feathers, has changed all this.
Now, with a ten cent package of one of
these dyes, the first trial gives perfect
success. The directions on the pack
ages are so plain and simple that even
a child can get better results than the
experienced dyer could a few years ago.
The prevailing fashion for black
stockings, feathers, gowns, and cloaks,
and the fact that anything can be col
ored with diamond dyes a black that
will not crock or fade, explains their al
most universal use.
The peculiar way In which the dia
mond dye fast blacks are made, gives
them a great superiority over all other
methods of home dyeing.
There are some forty other colors of
diamond dyes, each of which is thor
oughly reliable, and as superior to Imi
tations as sunlight is to moonlight.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monie have re
turned from their wedding tour.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel McEachen and
Misses Gertrude McEachen and Jennie
White called on friends here on Sun
day. Tomorrow evening Colonel Homer B.
Shaw will deliver the first of his series
of lectures on "Shakespeare" in the
principal's room of the graded school
building, under the auspices of Arch
bald University Extension center.
Tomorrow Miss Julia Noon and Ed
ward Murray will be married in St.
Thomas' church. Miss Mary Stanton
and Mr. Butler will also be wedded to
morrow. This evening the fair of St. Thomas'
congregation, which has been open
since Oct. 8, will close temporarily. An
Interesting musical programme has
been arranged. The Columbian quar
tette and Professor Howell Davis will
John Linderman, of South Main
street, is able to be about again after
a week's illness.
The house of Nelson Hoffman, of
Eighth street, Wyoming, was entered
on Sunday evening and $850 in cash was
stolen. Mr. Hoffman furnishes props
for the Mount Lookout Coal company,
and received pay for a large order on
Saturday evening. The thieves were
undoubtedly parties who were ac
quainted with the fact.
The differences between the Traction
company and the Lehigh Valley Rail
road company over the crossing on
North Main street were taken In hand
by the council last evening. The Trac
tion company cars have been unable to
run past the gates of the Lehigh Val
ley company. Last evening by a reso
lution introduced by Mr. Donnelly, the
gates were ordered to be cut down as a
! 1 HEADACHE.
MlHS LoTTII CAB30N, of
oavanao, Alien., writes: "I
have been troubled with a
terrible headache for about
two years and could not got
anything to help me, but at
last a triond advised me to
tae your Buruock Blood
Bitteuh. which I did, and
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have not had the headache
230 Lackawanna Ave.
DO YOU APPRECIATE
HERE ARE SOME:
A few Overcoats, Ulstdrs and Heavy
Suits, which were dumaged by water only
from the Davles & Grlllln fire, are now of
prices. In July we could not sell Over
coats and Listers; now is the right sea
son for these goods.
for Overcoats and Heavy Suits which
were made to sell for J10 and (12.
for Black or Blue or double-brensted
Overcoats and Suits. 113, $15 and (18 is
what they were made to sell i dr.
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50-Cent Duality - 37 CENTS
75-Cent Ouality 4S CENTS
1.00 Duality 72 CENTS
It will pay you to see them.
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8JON OP THE BELL,
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Figured all over, fringe
top and bottom . . .
PSSrThese were previously sold at $7.00, Six colors to
A new line of Chenille and Tapestry Covers.
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.
406 and 408 Lackawanna Avenue.
BRANCH AT CARBONDALE.
A pretty home is what tho brido proudly shows her
Is it possible that that Easy Chair, that Comfortable Sofa,
that Cute Book Case aud the Handsome Onyx Table and
Lamp, with Silk Shade, near the window, were all
placed in the house without ready cash f
Can They Do That
1 Why, certainly; at THE ECONOMY'S great stores you can.
buy now and pay later.
Can I Buy Cheaper for Cash
Yes, if you wish to buy for cash, or on short time pay
nients, and will so inform the salesman. He will give
you prices close to cost. A cash house cannot sell a3
low, as their sales are not suflicient to make them as ex
. tensive buyers. Our sales are four times as large as
they would be if we sold for cash onlv. Reflect and go
to the ECONOMY FIRXITIKE C0S STORE.
SPECIAL TERMS to patrons on second purchases or aftor.
A Handsome Cathedral Strike Clock, American
Ouyx nnlsh, with every purchase of 50 or over.
Or an Elegant 100-Piece Dinner Bet with every
$75 purchase or over, for Cash or Credit
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LOW PRICES. c2
IS CALLED TO OUR
5.00 PER PAIR
Hampers, in a variety of colors
and Scrap Baskets.