The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, October 27, 1894, Page 10, Image 10

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OME II EKE for your Dress
Trimmings. Careful research
;ind intelligent l)ti ini has
put us far in the lead in this
ever chansiiiij ami treacher
ous stock. Tlie latest nov
elties in jets, silk and lace, deep, point
ed collars, passamentarie points,"iuiis,
cle. There are many departments we
arc compelled to slight in an advertise
ment, but shopping lias become one of
the acknow ledged duties of omen, and
it is the plan of the progressive mer
chant to always have pleasant sur
prises for his vlsiling customers, so
you will find that what we have not
mentioned is the main part of this hive
of industry.
This department we have dealt with
a liberal hand. We have Novelties and
Staples from the leading American and
French manufacturers. I'.laek Satin
Duchess, Hindi Moire I'raucaise, black
and Colored 1'engalines, Taffetas, etc.
Trices range now so low that if you
Avant Silk in preference to any other
fabrics, our wish can be gratified.
Two or three new styles in these ma
terials so popular for Golf Capes have
just been placed on the counters at
S3.C0 and $3.75 Per Yard.
Grand Depot.
412 Spruce St., Scranton.
Pr. ReevH In now fully established at
411! Spruce Htrent, Scrum on. Il has per
formed xome wonderful cuivs and has
Sallied the confident.' of the public. He
naa corns 10 n i A i anil will rftnaln fkh
M.VNENTI.Y at his tfuructt Btiwd ijarloni.
lie hast hud Ion and vurleil exrierlt'npp In
hospital and private practice and treats
all ajsuie and chronic dlseasu of men, wo
men and children.
e.W.fn'itFree of Charge
No one la turned away.
He, with hit) iisHlHUtntn. treat all ills
eaaes of the nrvoun HyHteni, diseases of
the eye, ear, nose and throat, dyapepsln,
rheumatism, lout vitality, premature
weakness or decay in bolh aexeB, nervous
debility, catarrh, tumor, nancerp, erup-
iuihh, uiooa poiHonuiir, iiir. epilepsy. In
discretion and errors of youth, lost man
hood, eczema, sorofulu, St. Vitas' dance,
nrLiiiiia, uiNneM ui me neart, lungs, liver,
kldneyn, blti'Mcr, stomach, etc.
The doctor nun opened a female depart
ment exclusively for females, sothat those
wnom ueucai-jr- lias lierelofore kept
uvtuy nmy now receive ine services or a
"lady" whose treatment will prove her
ability In all cases.
Any one sntTerltiR with "Ofttarrh" who
wishes to be PEUMANKNTLV and
trfCLl'KT.Y cured may receive PO;r
TEN lxif.LAKS. This offer holds good
iui inii-iy s. ine aocior lias Itlscov
ered a SPECIFIC for this drendeil n.
ease. You can treat and cure yoursef
and family with it at home. It never
iaiis io cure, a trial treatment free.
(HUce hoars: Daily. H u.m. to S'pm
Sundays. Ill to 12 and 2 to 4.
Take elevator in Christian's hnt store,
or steps.
Renumber the name and number.
412 Spruce St., Scranton.
Oil Cloths,
Curtains, "
Window Shades and
Wall Paper.
All the Latest Designs.
J. 5cott Inglis
four doors above Wyoming llousa.
.Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
' Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been
ised for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teething,
with perfect success. It sooths the child,
softens the gums, allays all pain; cures
wind colic, and is the best remedy for di
arrhea. Sold by druggists In every part
of the world. Ho sure and ask for "Mrs.
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no
other kind, Twenty-ilve cents u bottlu.
; Bad Drainage causes much slcknesa,
and bad blood and improper adieu of
the liver and kidneys Is bad drainage 'n
the human syutem, which tiurduck iiloo I
liitUrs remedy,
131 Llo
Tr. It. H. C! Unions, of Scranton. on
Wednesday performed a critical surgi
cal operation on t'hurles F. Kuschcl, of
Hruad street. The operation was the
removal of u. lurgu tumor from the left
breast. li s. Lewis, Fry, Keurney und
Kelly, of Scranton. assisted In the work.
The operation took place at the home of
the putlent and was highly suceessiui.
Mr. Kirschel attributes the uresence of
the growth to a kick received several
years ago from a fractious horse while
he was engaged In shoeing It.
On Wednesday Judge woomvaru
handed down a decision In the Injunc
tion iroceediiU',s instituted by M. W.
Morns imainst the borough, l.y it me
injunction is dissolved without preju
dice to the riKht f the plaintiff to re
new It any lime if the borough authori
ties exceeds the constitutional limit to
the amount of its indebtedness. TIih
decision practically leaves the borough
in as bad a fix as ever, as the borough
authorities cannot do any amount of
paving to speak of without Incrensmn
its indebtedness.
Tlie .MiuMeady Tlepertolre company
presented "A Celebrated Case" at
Music. Hull last evening before a Ini'KP
and appreciative audience. The sev
eral characters were well sustained and
warmly applauded.
Hie funeral of Hon. Thomas Waddell
took place yesterday afternoon at 2
o'clock from the family residence on
Susquehanna, avenue. Interment will
be made in West l'lltston cemetery.
An enthusiastic Republican rally was
held at Duryea Thursday evening. A
Inrire number of Republicans from this
place attended.
Dr. John McDoukuII, the well known
dentist, Is just recovering from what
come near proving a fatal case of blood
poisoning. Jn company with a few
friends be went chestnut ting a few days
US". While at work opening the "burs'
a large black spider passed over his left
hand and evidently bit him, for soon
lifter the hand began to swell. Becom
ing alarmed Air. McDougall wrapped a
handkerchief as tight as possible
mound ids wrist, and, upon arriving!
home, had the necessary treatment
given tlie wound.
School Director Charles Allen was re
moved at noon Thursday to the Moses
Tuybir Hospital In Scranton. Superin
tendent Smith, of the Kile and Wyo
ming Valley Road, very kindly sent an
engine and a baggage car down from
Duninore to take Mr. Allen to Scranton.
The patient was carried on a stretcher
to the car. The I'.ne and Wyoming
Valley station in Scranton being but :i
lew blocks away trom the hospital, the
transfer there, too, was made without
much discomfort to tlie patient,
Tim electric cars continue to run
without interruption to the L. & H.
junction and tlie change Is a most
agreeable one and greatly enjoyed by
people m that vicinity.
l)r. Reeves, 411! Spruce strert, Sornn
ton, cures catarrh and gives four
month's treatment for $10.
Ladles' brooches at Pavidow liros.
Rutler knives at Davldow liros.
Miss Cora Ralph has returned from a
visit with friends at Scranton.
Henry Sisco is ill at the home of his
son William, at Providence, from an
epileptic attack which he received on
ids way to Ssrantou the other dtiy.
Rev. A. Muir and family, of Rancor,
Northampton county, ure tin- guests of
M. W. Rliss.
Row F. H. Parson will fill the pulpit
of the Methodist Episcopal church next
Sunday at 10::i0 a. in.
Kev. John Wlntch, of the Frpn Metho
dist church, will hold services ut
a. m. next Sunday.
George Fell Post.No. 307, G. A. R was
the recipient of two handsomely bound
volumes of Pennsylvania's Gettysburg
from Lieutenant Governor L. A.
Wat res.
W. D. Spencer has started his elder
mill, und is grinding a large amount of
apples just now.
George 10. Parker has moved his fam
ily lu re from Green Grove.
Wliile Charles K. Tlnkhnm was driv
ing a load of produce to Scranton last
Wednesday, his horses became restless
and while attempting to run awuy
threw Mr. Tlnkham from his wagon, u
wheel pushing over his left arm, but
fortunately not breaking any bone.
Mrs. F. A. Parker und daughter
Carrie are slowly recovering from u
severe attack of typhoid fever.
1 r. Reeves. 412 Spruce street, Scran
ton. cures all diseases, t-ye, ear, nose
und throat.
Hut pins at Davldow liros.
Stick pins at Davldow Rros.
Thomas iRoehe a man about 2S
years of ago, from Hawley, who had
been attending a wedding at Duninore
yesterday, was riding on a coal train
to Archliald, to visit a sister residing
there. While standing on one of the
cars he was knocked off by u low bridge
near plane F and thrown under the
cars. An arm and both legs were taken
oil'. He was taken to the Lackuwanna
hospital at Scranton.
The funeral of the late Douglas Mor
ton took place from the residence on
Fourth street yesterday afternoon, in
terment being made in the Union ceme
tery. Tile Robert lllirns and Odd Fel
lows' lodge of Scranton, of which
Mr. Morion was n member, attended in
a. body.
Dr. Reeves, 412 Spruce street, Scran
ton. treiils all female diseases.
Misses Maine ami Hannah lirown, of
Luke. Cary, are visiting friends In town.
The 2-year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mis. Anthony Gillespie, of Ferris street,
died yesterday afternoon of scarlet
fever. The funeral will occur Sunday
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Miss Ilernetta McHale bus accepted
a position at Connelly & Wallace's, In
Miss 1011a Riley, of Philadelphia, is
visiting relatives on Scotch street.
Sporting goods at Davldow P.ros.
Hair pins at Davldow liros.
The Wild Rose society of young la
dles, who held their fair In the Method
ist Kplscopul church here, nre highly
plensed with the outcome of their ef
forts. lr. Reeves', 413 Spruce street, Scran
ton. restores lost memory, lost vitality
and lost manhood.
The sacred concert given at the Meth
odist Episcopal church was u grand
success. A lino programme was given.
A few ilremen of the Throop Hose
company attended tthe ball of the Elec
trls Hose company, Dunmore.
Miss Jennie Owens, of Scranton, who
has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Will
iam Lawyer, of this place, was taken
very sick on Monday evening last, but
Is now on the road (o recovery.
Miss Jennie Telford, of Blakely, par
ticipated In the entertainment held here
on Sunday last
Throop Hose Company held their
monthly meeting on Wednesday even
ing lust, which was largely attended.
The pipe for the water line to the
Throop borough building Is now being
laid by Contractor Edward llanlleld.
Frank Bruno, who did the shooting on
last Sunday evening, Is now under ar
rest. Master Johnny Harris, son of R. Hur
rls, fell from a fence and strained his
arm, but la dolnu nicely.
Emblem pins ut Davldow Bros.
Silver belt bilcklts at Davldow Bros.
Sirs. J. H. Croff and Walter Nye were
among those from this city who attend
ed the Young People's rally in Scranton
yesterday afternoon.
Dr. J. R. Sltterly is now the manager
of the Hotel American.
Miss Nellie Ken worthy and Miss F.ula
Carey have returned home from a two
weeks' visit in Susquehunnu.
Mrs. Jessie Munn died on Thursday
night at her home on Cuttuun street af
ter an illness of three weeks of typhoid
fever. Deceased was 21 years of age
und Is survived by her husbant und a
2-month s-old babe. The remains will
be taken this morning to Jefferson
township, Wayne county, her former
home, for interment.
One of the largest attended balls of
the season was that of the E. K. Hen
drlck lodge, No. !H, Brotherhood of
Railroud Trainmen, which occurred in
the W. W. Wutt building lust night.
The hall was handsomely decorated
for tlie event. The decoration consist
ed of a lavish display of the national
colors, lanterns, colored lights and oth
er paraphernalia Buggestlve of rail
roading. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Morss and son.
Kendall, left yesterday for their annual
visit to New York. On their return
they will occupy rooms In the Hotel
Anthracite for the winter.
Dr. Reeves, 412 Spruce street, Scran
ton, cures throat, head and lung trou
bles. Miss Lizzie Sauer, of Wilkes-ttarre,
Is the guest of Carbondale relatives.
J. V. Altken returned Thursday from
his southern trip.
Scott Whipple, of Cooperstown, is
visiting In this city.
A Prohibition meeting will be held
tonight in the W. W. Walt building.
The principal speaker of the evening
will be Hon. Volney U. dishing.
Charles L. Hawley, esi.. of Scranton,
candidate for governor of , Pennsyl
vania, will also speak; and William W.
Luthropc, esip, will preside ut the meet
ing. Miss Mae Ilallock returned home last
evening from her visit with Wilkes
Barre relatives.
Airs, linker and her two children, of
Dunmore, are guests at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. (leorge Williams, of
Williams avenue.
Mandolins at Davldow
Parlor clocks at Davldow Bros.
Mrs. George Cool is visiting relatives
at Carbondale.
The Delaware and Hudson breakers
here Blurted to work nine hours yester
day. Last Wednesday's Republican staled
In the Peckvllle Items that the inde
pendent Order of Odd Fellows here are
putting in a window in the Methodist
Episcopal church. We wish to Inform
the writer that It is not being done by
the Independent Order of Odd Fellows
lodge, but by a subscription taken up
by the members.
Young man consult Dr. Reeves, 412
Spruce street, Scranton. lie will cure
you quickly.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert MeCormick
have returned home alter a two weeks
visit In Jersey and New York.
Anthony Farrell, of Jessup, was ar
rested Thursday upon a charge pre
ferred by Martin Collins. At u hearing
before siiuire Arnold, Collins accused
Farrell of having entered his cellar on
Oct. Ill, and having ta'jn therefrom
a quarter of beef, which was afterward
concealed on the premises of Mrs.
Bridget Turner, a woman at whose
residence Farrell boards. Portions of
the missing quarter of beef, It is al
leged, were found in Mrs. Turner's
larder. After considerable testimony
had been advanced, the defendant was
committed to jail to await the action
of the grand jury.
Banjos at Davldow Bros. 1
Guitars, guitars at Davldow Rros. '
Fred Jones, a young man 21 years of
age, died on Wednesday afternoon nf
ter a prolonged Illness with consump
Hon, ut the home of his sister, Mrs. Ev.
ans, on Grove street. Sir. Jones was a
young man of excellent attainments,
und was beloved by all who knew him.
Peter uurke, or liarliertown, was
quite seriously hurt at Jermyn No. 2,
Wednesday morning, by a piece of fall
ing root. He was hurt about the fuce
and body and had his knee-cap broken.
His condition is not considered duuger
otis. Dr. Reeves. 412 Spruce street, Scran
ton, positively cures Ilia and epileptic
convulsions. 1
Miss Sarah .1. Reese, a prominent
young lady of this place, and John R.
Gordon will be married next wuek.
Tallle and David Grilliths, Leslie
Frutchle, t'hurles Curtis and John Con
nolly uccompunied the Thirteenth regi
ment to Philadelphia Wednexduv at
the unveiling of the McClelland monu
The Misses Edith and Marv Van
Busklrk attended the Purfrey-Rrowti
weuuing in jmoosic on Wednesday even
John H. Hurrls, a regular In the
United States army ut New York, wits
In attendance ut the funerul of hl.
brother yesterday.
Souvenir spoons at Davldow Bros.
Gents' watch charms, Davldow Bros.
The Young Men's Christian associa
tion lecture course will open Nov.
with u concert given by the Orphean
Mine quartette.
Mrs. F. D. Lamb was called to the
home of her parents at Royal. Pa., yes
terday by the serious Illness of her
This place Is to be lighted by electric
lights. Hon. s. u. Chase lias nutdled
tu the governor for a charter. The
lights will probably be ready for use
Dec. l.
A lyceum und debating club has been
organized at the Railroad Young Men's
Christian association. The subject for
the first debate, which will be held on
Tuesday evening next, is, "Resolved
That American Statesmanship la On
the Decline.
Mrs. S. B. Chase Is visiting her son
In Baltimore.
Gospel meetings for men only will be
held in the Young Men's Christian as
aoclutlon hall every evening during the
week ot prayer.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Jacobus are visit
ing friends at Montrose.
Rev. R. N. Ives, of I'.inghamton, Is
In town.
Dr. Reeves, 412 Spruce street, Scran
ton. cures malaria and liver troubles. 1
The new Delaware, Lackawanna am
Western depot in this place is belns
built quite rapidly.
A new grocery store hits been opened
in the Hill block on Main street.
Wedding rings at Davldow Bros.
Butterettes at Davldow Bros.
The Democratic politicians were olr-
culating in this place yesterday and
last night booming their campaign.
John McCrea, of Main street, lias left
for Plttston to accept a position as
track layer with the Pennsylvania
coal company.
,Mlss May Qulnn, of Carbondale, who
has been visiting Miss Hattle Pender
gust of the Central, returned home yes
Dr. Reeves, 412 Spruce street, Scran
tonAhas come to stay. No charge J'oi
consliltatlon or examination.
Thf Misses May and Lizzie Cunning-
naill.r'i I'liuineie who nine oeen visit
Ing Mlsfl Magglo AloCiva tho inmt lew
days. Returned homtt yesterday.
From the Pall Mall Budget.
loung Mrs. Waterhouse finished the
writing of a dutiful letter to her mother.
The letter assured the anxiouB old
lady that the writer was quite happy;
that there was really no necessity for
worry, und that mamma might make
herself quite content at Biarritz. Geof
frey wan the best of husbands, and al
though, of course, much engaged ut
South Kunsington with his fearfully
abstruse experiments, und his new book
on "Steel Fibres." be was extremely
attentive and kind. And she was, with
much love, mamma's affectlonute
duughter, Helen Wuterhouse.
"Mamma won't believe it, said
young Mr. Wuterhouse, with a kind of
comic despair. "She Is always want
ing to know u bunt Hie skeleton. IhuuK
goodness, there isn't one!"
On the clean blotting pud was an
impress of some of her husband's writ
ing. A palette-shaped mirror stood on
the table, and, half unconsciously, she
turned the pad toward It.
Wonder to whom he has been writ
It was quite easy to see.Mrs. water-
bouse glanced nt it casually at first;
then, her face fiercely pink, with much
1 want vou. my dearest, to believe
that I am quite true to you. I am bound
by certain ties to others, but to you,
my sweetheart, my own dearest Al
icia "
Alicia!" cried Mrs. Waterhouse
aloud, us she panted and sat back in
her chuir. "Alicia! Alicia who I won
der!" She knew his writing so well that she
could scarcely be deceived on that point.
The whole thing In a moment was clear.
Her dear mother, with a less crampeti
experience of the world, had been
right, after all.
l'here Is a skeleton, said the tremb
ling Mrs. Waterhouse. She tore her let
ter to Biarritz Into many pieces.' As
the last fragment went Into the ferns
in the fireplace she felt a kiss upon her
"Don't do that, please," she cried.
"Beg piirdon," said her husband.
"Did I frighten von?"
He took off his hat and adjusted his
prlnce-nez. His coolness almost took
her breath away.
"I must say, Geoffrey." she declared.
"that 1 can't help admiring your your
check." '
My love, I admire yours. I meant to
have kissed It just now."
She took up a newspaper anil, iwisi
lug it violently in her excitement, mude
an endeavor to speak with calmness.
I have been reading rather an in
teresting fragment, Geoftrey. Shall I
tell you what It is?"
"Ouote awav.
Mrs. Waterhouse recited from the
coin of vantage furnished by a rug tlie
letter to Alicia. Tlie professor dropped
his glasses and looked intensely dis
'Now, my dear love.
Oh. no!" said Mrs. Waterhouse.
My dear Helen, then, will you al
low ine to sav
I only want to know one thing, dpi
vou write this ridiculous stun, please;
Whv. ves. I'm not going to deny
that. Of course, it's only a part of the
letter to the girl, but if you like I can
tell vou What happens alterward.
I don't want to know, ll tins gets
known, what will be thought of you?
You will be the laughing stock of ull
volir colleagues."
Thats very true," ucKnowieogou
Professor Waterhouse, with concern
that's very true, and it must never get
known. I can t drop the uffair now,
unfortunately; but, you know" In
smiled at his wife a little anxiously
there is no harm in it, and I m not the
only man who "
Really?" In a tone of remote and
frigid Interest.
'I frankly admit, though, that J
should be very sorry for It to get known
Of course. It seems to you a very foolish
thing to do.
By no means.
But I reully don't believe that 1
could have endured the strain of writ
lug that new work of mine If, at the
same time. I had not
L-'t me ask you one more question,
please. I understand, Geoffrey, that
you ure sorry now that you ever leunt
yourself to such a such a despicable
Thai's not quite the point, dear
He was recovering now his usual com
posure. "That's not what I'm sorry
for. I'm sorry to be found out.
wunted to keep it quiet. But there's
nu earthly reason why unybody but
ourselves should know. After ull,
every man has his hobby."
'Geoffrey, Iwon't listen to you."
'Well, my dear, I can't force you to,
can I? 1 believe, if you would only let
ine tell you the whole nltair from be
ginning to end, you wouldn t be so much
annoyed about it. It really Isn't so
bad as you think. Alicia is a most de
lightful girl, and it hus been a recrea
tion for me, you know; and I have been
slogging away so of late, and
The door slammed. Mrs. W'uterhous'
went upstairs to her room and hurried
ly. very hurriedly, packed a portnian
teuu. There wus time to catch the mull
ut Charing Cross, und she meant to
catch it. The great thing was to get
away to Biarritz, away from the stilling
atmosphere of this house, away from
London. She rang for her maid.
"Yes, ma'am."
"The mall goes at 8 from Charing
Cross. I think?"
"11 used to go at S. ma'am," said
Parker, cautiously. "When we went
away, If you remember "
"Yes, yes, of course. I want you to
pack a bag for yourself and we will
catch the mall tonight."
"Catch the mail, ma'am, tonight?"
"Yes, yes. Lose no time please, and
send out for a cub."
"Well, I never!" muttered Parker
Mrs. VVaterhouso hud some intention
of having one line, big, square -scene
with her husband before she left, but
there was little time to spare. More'
over. It occurred to her that she could
be quite os bitter In a well-composed
letter, to be dispatched lrom Biarritz
us In a hasty Interview.
"Come along, Parker," she called.
"It's all very well to say 'comealotig,
muttered Parker, discontentedly "but
this Is u rum sort of a game, and I don't
'alf cotton to It."
"We've got twenty minutes. Tell the
man to drive carefully, but to drive very
Tlie most galling thing about the
whole deplorable affulr was the certain
ty that her mother would meet her at
the station with an "l told you so, my
poor lamb," expression. Still there was
no one else to whom she could go, unit
at any rate, she could always control
mamma. She had always done so.
Charing Cross.
"The mall, lldy?" said the porter, civ
illy. "The mull goes at Ite fifteen, It's
later'n it use to be.
''Parker, will you get some papers
Get one or two for yourself, you know."
Parker, still rather inclined to be
cross, went to the bookstall. It half re-
stored the excellent maid to complacent
submission to what she termed all this
ramping about to find the new number
of the Lady 'h Own Chutterbox on sale,
It was her own particularly favorite
"We'll get In now, Parker," said Mrs.
Waterhouse. "There's twenty minutes
to wait, but we may as well take our
seats. Seconds, please, porter."
They found comfortuble corner seats,
For a while they watched the stout, per
spiring ladles und the slim daughters
and the pet dogs. The usually demure
Parker sniggered so much when she
saw two Frenchmen kiss each other
that she dropped the Lady'g Own Chat
terbox. Mrs. Waterhouse took it up
and held It In hf-r hand.
"I must read." she whispered to her
self. "I must do something to keep my
self from thinking. I shall faint If
don't divert my thoughts."
The Lady'B Own Chatterbox lay on
her lap. She put one small foot against
ii ,. .1 fimifialte jn.fl 1. .lhod forwitrd
I to get the stoadyxglare of the electric
I llKht on the page.
Any more going on?" cried the in
spector on the platform, aggressively.
w e commence this week a story by a
new writer, Walter House, entitled
Allcia Only Love." It will be renlete
with romantic Interest, and. in short, a
wonderful picture of high-class life of
the present day, with all its faults and
Now then." cried the inspector on
the plutform, in an aggrieved tone to a
beluted passenger, "ure you going on
there, or ure you uot going on?"
airs. Waterhouse begun to read.
Chapter 1 was headed, "The Countess."
Alicia wus half-leanlnif. half-ivcliii-
Ing on un ottoman reading a dellcutely
sceiited letter from Sir Harold de Beer.
It opened thus: '1 want Vou. niv dear
est, to believe that 1 am quite true to
you. i am bound by certa In ties to oth
ers, but to you, my sweetheurt, my own
uarnng Alicia '
Parker!" screamed Mrs. Waterhouse.
With a gasp of delight. "Come out
quickly." '
Right away," shouted the inspec
tor. "Stand uwny there, ulease."
"Here, stop!" cried Mrs. Waterhouse.
She caught un her skirts and iumned
nimbly out. An active porter seized the
lings, and, as the truln was moving,
caught the descending Parker neatly
und swung her round upon her feet.
Ow a that, umpire? asked the por
'O u t, out," said the Inspector.
He turned his hand-lump to Mrs. Water
house. "Hope you'reall right, ma'am?"
Thank you, yes." said Mrs. water-
house, breathlessly. "I'm all 'light,
Hood's Saved
I Can Honestly
Say This
fly Life
Tor vows I was la a ery serlmu condition
ffllli catarrh of the stoumcU,liowlHiuiil bladder.
I Suffered inteusely
from dyspepsia, and
in fact was a miser
able wreck, merely
a skeleton. I seem
ed to go from bail
lo wane. I really
wished I was dead.
1 had no rest day or
night. 1 did not
know what to do. I
had taken so much
medicine ut the
wrong kind that It
had poisoned me,
und niy linger nails
begna lo turn
black aial c une off.
I la-cull tu tul;
Mr.W. It. Young,
rotter' Mllli, l'
Hood's Sarsaiiarilla. I had faitli in Hie medicine,
and It did more lor ine than all prescriptions. I
have gradu ally regained perfect hcullb, &;'.
entirely free from catarrh of thu bowels, ami
nulii in mv buck. Mv recovery Is siinulv mir.
elous." V. it. Yoi'NO, l'uttcr's Mills, fa.
flood's?5 Cures
Hood's Pills relieve distress after cnti"-
230 Lackawanna Ave.
A Frosty Morning
Is a forerunner of colder weather
We have had several and yet vou post
pone from time to time tlie ptirehase of
necessary garments for your coiutort
und health.
for n fow dollars, for
only a few will select
Humour stccK
a tailor-made, stylish cut and well-lit
ting Fall and Winter Suit. No matter
how small or how large your pocket
book is, we can satisfy it.
$ 8.75, $ 8.75, $12.25
13.50, 14.75, 17.50
A Perfect Garment.
Fashionable Style.
Precise Fit.
Saving of Money.
If you want a rock-bottom, hard
times price made you on Underwear,
come to us and you won t be disap
Reliable Advertisers of Facts,
230 Lack. Ave.
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lS-Thcse were previously sold at $7.00. Six colors to
select: from.
A new line of Chenille and Tapestry Covers.
Rich Velour Table Covers. Elegant line of Col
lin Tapestry Covers and Pillow Covers.
Four sizes of
All new. Waste
406 and 408 Lackawanna Avenue.
Recently Married
A pretty home is
Is it possible that that Easy Chair, that Comfortable Sofa,
that Cute Hook Case and tho Handsome Onyx Table and
Lamp, with Silk Shade, near the window, were all
placed in the house without ready cash t
Can They Do That
Why, certainly; at THE ECONOMY'S great stores youcaa
buy now and pay later.
Can I Buy Cheaper for Cash
ies, u you wisn 10 Duy lor casn, or on snoit uwu pay
ments, and will so ini'orm the salesman. He will give '
you prices close to cost. A cash houso cannot sell as
lnr 01 til. 111. onlna nrA nnt oil (1 1 r'lPTl t to IllIllkA Ml Pill A3 CX-
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tensive buyers. Our sales are fonr times as large as
t hey wonld'be if we sold for cash only. Inflect and go
SPECIAL TERMS to patrons on second purchases or after. .
A Handsome Cat lied ml Strike Clock, American
Onyx finish, with every purchase of 50 or over.
Or nu Kluirant luO-Pieee Dinner 8et with every
(170 purchase or over, for Cwh or Credit
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Hampers, in a variety of colors.
and Scrap Baskets.
what the bride proudly shows her
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