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, - TII1-.SCRAXTOX TiniirXE ITliSDAV -MORNING, OCTOBER 00, ISO J.
Aiming the manil'olJ ud alliace
ous offerings made by us this,
season in foreign dress
stuffs, none surpass the
one made today, viz:
FANCY MIXED Sill
!IC. indies wide, at
58c. PER YARD.
l- xocptional quality. I'iftlit choice
coloriii:s. Never before sold for
less than t.OO.
In Hi) corresponding period" of
past seasons has the activity in the
Cloak and Suit department heen
so great as at the present time.
The sales last Meek were greatly
in excess of any previous October
week in the history of the depart
ment. TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED
This department has never heen
more comprehensively equipped
With moderate-priced, stylish.
Trimmed and I ntriinm.-d Hats
und Itonnets than at the present
Ti'iiiiHH'il Ji lls and Bonnet
from im up.
I n I riii; ill t d Huts from st.00 to
412 Spruce St., Scranton.
Tr. Roovf! 1 now fully established St
41:! Kprm-oMtr?ett Soninlon. H ) han per
J'ornieil some wonderful cures mul lias
Kuliieil thn iiiillcliTire of tlm pulillr. He
!m i-nmi to ST.vy ami will remain 1'ER
MAXKXT1.Y ut IiIm Spiiue streut parlors',
ilf has liml loiifr mill vuU-ii ..xperience in
linjiliul ami prlvute praottoo and treats
tiil acini' und i lironlc dtaenxi.'S of men, wo
men mid children.
vices and examinations
Free of Charge
Mo one In turiK-d away. .
Ue. with his assistants, treat all dl.
eaaes of the nervous system, diseases of
the eye. ear, noso and ihioat, dvupepsla,
rliKiiniailsm. lout vltalitv. pfomature
weakness or dei-ay In both sexes, nervous
Meliilii;-, catarrh, tumors, rancors, erup
tions, blood poisoning, tits, epilepsy, In
discretion and errors of vouth. lobl man
hood, etRema, Kerofula, tit. Vitas' daneo,
HHthina, diseases of the heart, lungs, liver,
kidneys, bladder, Momui h, etc.
FEMALE DE PAR ME NT.
The doctor has opened a female depart
ment exclusively for females, sothnt thoso
whom uellr-acy" has heretofore kept
nway may now receive the serviees of a
"lady" whn treatment will prove her
aliility i:t all cases,
OFFER TO THE FUBLIC FOR "CATARRH."
Any c.o Buffering with "Catarrh" who
wishes to be FKRM ANKNTI.Y and
'JI.'K'KTV cured may receive FOUR
MONTHS' TKEATMKNT FOR ONLY
TEN lU,ARg. This offer holds Bood
for thirty days. The doctor has discov
ered a SPKCIFIC for this dreaded dis
ease. V'ou can treat and cure youraef
pud family wilh It at home. It never
falls to cure. A trial treatment free.
Ortke hours: Dally, 9 a.m. lo ! p.m.
Sundays, io to 13 and 2 to 4. .
Take elevator in Christian's hat store.
.Remember the name and number.
412 Spruce St., Scranton.
' Oil Cloths,
Window Shades and
All the Latest Designs.
J. Scott Inglis
419 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
four doors above Wyoming Houso,
.Mothers .' .Mothers ! ! Mothers '. ! !
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothinpt Hyruphas been
used for over llfly years by millions of
mothers for their children while teething,
With perfect success. 'It sooths the child,
Wnt'tens the KUins, allays all pain; cures
w ind colic, and Is the best remedy for dl
nriliea. Hold by druggist in every part
of (lie world. I!e sure and ask for "Airs.
Wlnviow'H HoolhliiK Hyrup," and take no
other kind. Twenty-live cents a bottle,
Cure for Croup.Vee D. Thomas' Kclee
trlc Oil according to directions, it Is the
best remedy for all sudden attacks of
colds, pain and Inllamniutlon, and 'it
Jurle:;. , ,
NEWS OFJIS VICINITY
The following named young men and
others will form a club, and they are
now lonWintr for suitable rooms In which
to spend the winter evenings: Messrs.
Tied Watt. Oeiirife GIUIb, Albert F.
Jlirkett, Charles Milliard, Itoger Wil
liams, Lewis K. KobertR. Fred Klcht
myer, Alexuuder .Mitchell und lteuben
Mr. und Mrs. Kdwnrd Hinted and son,
of Darte avenue.left on Saturday murn
ltiK for a visit at Dallas, I'a. They will
be tiliests of Mrs. Hlsted's sister.
Miss Kva Whitney, of Susquehanna,
spent a few hours in this city on Friday
afternoon with her cousin, Miss J.lzzic.
Aminernian, of Canaan street. She is
now the Kuest of Miss lona Tyler, of
Dr. Sltterly is not the new manager at
the Hotel American, as was stated in
W. J. Maxey, of Forest City, was a
Cnrbondale visitor Saturday.
The committee who have the cornlns
firemen's fair in charge are meeting
with splendid success.
On Tuesday evening of this week a
."Mother Hubbard" entertainment will
be given in the Kaptlst chapel. It will
lie given by the children of the Subbath
school under the direction of Mrs. J en
son.' Tickets are on sale for li cents
A very pleasant social event was held
at the home of .Miss Bessie Corby, on
Wyoming street, on Friday evening. It
was given in honor of her guests, Misses
Mabel and Grace Cullender, of lilakely.
The hours' were happily spent. Those
present were Misses Maude Copeland,
Lottie Kills, Marie- Adelle Williams,
Alenu Herring, Leila Uolton, Maude
Miller. Anna Idewsoti, Stella Hunter,
Maggip Clarkson, Gertrude Bronson,
Jessie Yannau, Bessie Kills, Mabel Jad
w 1 ii. Florence Harrison, Minnie Hey
tiolds, Messrs. G. li. Samson, A. H. Van
Dermark, Isaac Singer, i. L. ('rune, K.
M. Shepherd, Kdward Yarrlngton, U. II.
Paul. Hal Judwin, Dr. J. J. . Thompson,
.Max Lnthrope, J. H. Keese, K. A. Jad
wln. C. W. Perkins, R. A. Mason, Kd
ward Jones, of Olyphunt. ' '
William If. Breese, of Lincoln avenue,
is visiting friends in Honesdale.
Miss Adelaide Stewart, of Chicago,
will be the guest of Mrs. F. M. Fox this
week ut Hotel Anthracite.
T. J. MeTlghc removed his househ ld
goods from Hotel American on Satur
day. Carbondalo was well represented at
the foot bull gunie in Scranton on Sat
One of the greatest musical events of
the season will be held on Saturday eve
ning. Xov. :t, when Marie Louise Bailey
and Nina Kuthbones' piano and song
recitul, with George Carter, accompan
ist, wlllappearlnthe lecture room of the
Presbyterian church, under the au
spices of the Ladies AM society of thut
Miss Hazel Wheeler entertained a
number of her young friends nt her
home on Church street, on Friday eve
ning, in honor of her tenth birthday.
W, J. Hamilton is entertaining his
mother and sister, of Albany, X. Y., ut
.Miss Annie J. McDonough died Satur
day at- her home on Brooklyn street.
Deceased was "0 years of age and is u
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mc
Donough. The funeral will be held on
Tuesday morning in St. Rose church.
Interment in St. Rose cemetery.
J. M. Alexander, treasurer of the
school district, is In receipt of a check
of $l:!.L,:U.75 from the state treas
urer. This Is the amount of the appro
priation made by the legislature for the
support of the Carbondule schools. Our
share last year was J1,04l'.43. This year
we received tl.Wi.32 more, the Increase
being due to the large enrollment.
The funeral of Miss Blanche Bolton,
who tiled Saturday evening at the home
of Jesse Bagley, on Canaan street, will
be held this morning at Clifford. The
remains will be taken from Mr. Bag
ley's home at V o'clock. The pall-bearers
from this city are clerks In S. and
H. S, Bolton's store, and are Messrs.
George Alvord, George Schrader, Harry
Lee and Shell' Male..
The "Mother Hubbard" entertain
ment, which was to have been given
in the Baptist chapel this evening, has
been postponed until Wednesday even
ing of this week.
Announcement Is made of the coming
marriage of Miss Mary A. O'Connor,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick
O'Connor, to Patrick J. Flannery, of
Brooklyn street. The event will take
place in SI. Hose church on Wednes
day, Nov. Li, at 3.30 p. m.
Kvery Republican who can vote
should vote on Tuesday next. "From
the breaker to the state house." Vote
for Charles P. O'Malley.
A musical treat will occur on Friday
evening of this week in Masonic temple,
when the Old llomestend quartette will
sing. The artists are: Al Oreutt, first
tenor; Val P. Akerly, second tenor;
Albert Barnes Meyers, baritone; Gus
Mr. and Mrs. William Eltel have re
moved to Carbondalo from Jersey City.
Mr. and Mrs. Burt Colwell will re
turn to Jersey City today after spend
ing the summer In this place.
.Miss Gruce Churchill, of Klkdale, is
the guest of Miss Ollle Lee, of Belmont
A serious wreck that required nine
teen hours to clear occurred on the "cut
off" branch of the Lehigh Valley road
near Jenkins' water tank Saturday
afternoon. Jenkins' tank is located be
tween Avooa and this pluce. Engine
3rt3, one of the heaviest on the road, pull
ing a train of laden coal cars, was mak
ing for Cox ton at a pretty lively gait,
there being a heavy down grade at the
point Indicated. Suddenly a cow stepped
on the track. Berore the engineer in
charge or any of his crew could drive
her off the engine struck her. Instead
of throwing her from 'the track the
wheels passed over her and jumping the
track sped along over the ties for a con
siderable distance. Fifteen of the cars
also left the truck and were badly
wrecked. Several truins that hud left
thn Junction for points south upon en
countering the obstruction were forced
to turn back and proceed by way of the
old route. Luckily nobody was hurt.
John Tenant is lying at his home In
Port Giiitlth suffering from injuries
sustained Saturday night. Tenant was
in Mangan Bros . saloon when an alter
cation ensued between himself and the
proprietors. The altercation finally de
veloped Into a free fight. Tenant, who
Is a powerful man, It appears was, too
much for the brothers und as a means
of subduing him It Is alleged the broth
ers overcame their physical disability
by procuring and pounding Tenant
with a mallet such as is used in tapping
beer. When the fracas was over Ten
ant was found to be suffering from a
scalp wound nfid several painful contu
sions on the body. He was taken to a
physician who dressed his Injuries.
Tenant threatens to prosecute.
The Father Matthew society held
their regular semi-monthly meeting
All of the Pennsylvania Coal company
mines except No. 10 will work this week.
One week from today the voters
of tills borough will be given an opor
tunlty to say by their ballots whether
they desire Pittston to become a city of
the third class or not. It is a question
that will bear much study and consid
eration and one that should be thor
oughly agitated. Unfortunately this is
not the ense. Scarcely a word Is spoken
either one way or another, a circum
stance that would indicate little inter
est Is being manifested In the move
i.ient. The work of the ambltlouB candidate
Is fast drawing tea close and with it the
trials of the voters.
Judge Rice has decided that Burgess
Maloney had no right to tine Bert Dy
mond, Broad & Co.'s fruit huckster, sev
eral months ago. Dymond's counsel,
Lawyer Sherwood, now threatens to sue
the borough for $J0,0u0 damages for
If the voters decide In favor of a form
of city government on Tuesday next
; it will legislate Burgess Moloney and
; such couiicllmen as hold over, out of
Rev. n'. S. Hulsart. the new pastor of
the Methodist Protestant church, occu
pied the pulpit for the first time Sun
day and created a favorable Impression,
Mrs. Huldey Barber, of Illinois, Is vis
iting at the home of A. S. Newton.
Miss Nellie Glanvllle, of Bell Place, is
rusticating with friends nt Parsons.
Robby Williams, of Waverly, spent
Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Hattlo
The 1-year-old child of Mr. and Mrs.
Boltery, who dld of croup, was burled
in Prospect cemetery lust Sunday.
Mrs. John English and Mrs. Z. P.
Traviss spent Sunday at Carbondalo.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Snedlcor, of Hickory
street, entertained many of their friends
at their home last Suturduy evening,
the occasion being Mrs. Snedicor's
forty-fourth birthday. Mrs. Snedlcor
was the recipient of a beautiful Bet of
dishes, consisting of 124 pieces, and sev
eral other costly presents. Mr, Snedl-
j cor was also presented by his two grand
; children with a splendid rocking chair.
Many literary and musical features
were on the programme of entertain
ment,, and refreshments were served.
The following were present: Mr. and
Mrs. Wells C. Warner, Air. and Mrs. Z.
P. Tinklepaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Subboth
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Windsor Fos
ter, Mrs. Huttle Sayres, Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Peck, Rev. and Mrs. W. J.
Guest, Mr. and Mrs. Judson C. Cullen
der, Mr. and Mrs. David Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. William. Warneld, of Peckvlle; Mr.
and Mrs. William H. Pyne, of Dutnnore;
Mrs. J. W. Price und daughters, Hattie
and Edith, Mrs. William Sykes, of Green
Ridge; George A. Conner. Miss Lena
Shone, und Mrs. Thomas Sayres, of
items of special interest for The
Tribune can be left at (.5. A. Bells
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bensconter spent
Sunday with their friends at Clifford.
Mr. and Mrs. Love, Mr. and Mrs.
Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Raub, of Scran
ton, and Mrs. Lord and son, of Chicago,
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed. Barber, on Main street, last Sun
day. Mrs. Vale and two children, of Green
field, are visiting at the home of her
mother, Mrs. John Martin, on the Wild
M. J. Coleman is suffering from a pain
ful injury to one of Ills eyes, which re
sulted from his being struck with a
piece of coal at the Ontario and West
Miss Annie Wldeman, of Fleetvllle.
returned home yesterday, after visiting
with Miss Mabel Harding. '
Maynard Finch circulated among
friends here Sunday.
Epworth league tonight.
Miss Eva Whitney returned to her
home In Susquehanna yesterday after
a few duys" visit with Miss lone Tyler.
George J. Benton, of Carbondule,
spent Sunday pleasantly with friends
in this pluce.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Trim, of Pittston,
spent Sunduy with the former's
parents; ;Professor and Mrs. W. G.
Trim, in this place. Miss Delia Hurd.
of Hawley, was also a guest at the
same place Sunday.
Miss Leona Spettigue, John H. Brou
wer and K. J. Spettigue, of Honesdulo,
were guests of Mr. und Mrs. W. H.
Hlgglns Sunday. Miss Mattle Spet
tigue, of Carbondale, visited at the
same place. Sunduy.
Misses Lena Reynolds and Louise
Westgate visited ut Gibson Friday and
Hon. Charles L. Hawley, of Scran
ton, Prohibition candidate for gover
nor of Pennsylvania, gave two excel
lent addresses in this place Sunday, In
the morning at the Methodist church
and in, the (evening at th Baptist
church, to large and attentive audi
ences. Mrs. E. Ij. Blakeslee, of Montrose,
Is visiting at the home of Dr. V. R.
Blakeslee. on Delaware street.
Miss Maude Reynolds, one of Forest
City's popular young ladles and a suc
cessful teacner in our public school,
wus married lost Thursday In Blng
humton to George Wedeman, a promi
nent merchant of Vandllng.
Tomorrow at 12 o'clock the mar
riage of Miss Josephine Milne Alexan
der, of Carbondale, to Howard Pente
cost Johns, of this place, will be sol
emnized at the residence of the bride's
parents. Miss Alexander is a sister of
Merchant Tailor Charles S. Alexuuder,
of this place.
The eminent actor, J. W . Macready,
and his magnificent company under the
management of Harry Ltnson, opened
a week's 'engagement at Davis Opera
house last evening in the interesting
drama, "Uncle Daniel," or, "The Mess
enger from Jarvls Section." The oom
pany have their own orchestra and
bund and the entire company gave
first-class satisfaction. This evening
"A Celebrated Case" will be given. A
short time ago the "Clemeneeuit Case
was given in this place, but the play
this evening is entirely different.
Prices, 10, 20 and 30 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Robinson have re
turned from a ten days' visit with
friends In Columbia county.
This evening the St. Aloyslus society
will celebrate their anniversary by an
entertainment In Enterprise hall. Rev.
p. J. McManus, of Green Ridge, will
deliver an address on temperance. The
reverend gentleman Is a forcible speuk
er. All are Invited to be present.
John J. Farrel, of this place, and Miss
Maggie Qulnn, of South Carbondule,
will be married Wednesday afternoon,
A slight fire caused by a lump explod
ing in the "barn" of the Valley Trac
tion company at Mayfleld, at 4 o. in.
Monday, was extinguished by the em
ployes who were sleeping in the build
ing. A number of cars were slightly
The funeral of Mrs. Staples, who
died at Montdale, will take pluce this
afternoon. Interment In Jermyn ceme
tery. C. L. Bell has bought the tract of
timber land In Tennesee which he has
been negotiating for during the sum
mer. All members of Rushbrook encamp
ment, No. 2ti:i, are requested to be jn-es-ent
at the Friduy night meeting.'
John F. Nicholson spent Sunday In
Mlsa Clara Davles, who has been 111
for some days, Is again attending to
her duties In the Store of C. D, Winter
Early-Friday evening, Catherine Bro
gan, a lady 60 years of ags, while under
a tit of temporary insanity, jumped from
the upper story of the home of James
Langan on Duninore street, und dis
appeared. A diligent search was made
and at an early hour Saturday morning
she wus found dead In the middle of the
Lackawanna liver, neur Kddy Creek
breaker. The remains were taken to
James Langan's home, from where the
funeral will occur this afternoon at 2
o'clock. Interment wil be made In the
Catholic cemetery. Deceased was a sis
ter to the late Mrs. Patrick Jordan, of
Alfred IX, the two-year old son of
Mr. und Mrs. Alfred Haines, of Biukely,
died ut 12 o'clock Friday night, of spinal
menlngnltis. The funeral will take
place from the residence this afternon
at 2 o'clock. Hu will be Interred at
There Is nothing like Dr. Thomai' Ec
lectrlc Oil to quickly cure a cold or re
lieve hoam-ness.. Written by Mr. M. J.
Fllows, Burr Oak, St, Joseph, Cu.Mlch,
The sudden death of our greatly es
teemed friend and cither, Mr?. J. c.
Clurk, formerly Amy Frederick, In the
cemetery grounds while attending the
uUl cen riior.ini rites of the lute llenrv
bii-'en or. .Sunday last atahiu 4 o'clock
P. m.. has cast a gloom upen this vicin
ity that will belong remembered. A
physician being upon the grounds no
tlmewas lost In rendering all assistance
possible. The deceased had been a resi
dent since early girlhood and had at
tained to the age of 80 years. She is
survived ; by her husbund, an only
daughter, Sophia, und an only "sister,
Mrs. L. J. Northup, of Scranton.-' The
services will be held at 2.110 p. m today.
Interment In-the cemetery here.
Installation of the officers of the Elec
tric Star lodge. No. 40, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, on Saturday
evening lust drew a large delegation
from Green Ridge, Celestial and Robert
Burns lodges. These accompanied the
district deputy grand master. A verv
enjoyable time was had. Several de
grees are to be confered at the next
Saturday's meeting. A general attend
ance Is desired.
A.-A. Dnvls was an attendant of the
Epworth rally on Saturday last.
Mrs. B. F. Stanton and children, ac
companied by her sister, Mrs. A. A.
Davis, left yesterday for a visit among
friends in Hyde Park.
The contract for building the new
Methodist Episcopal church at the
Summit has been awarded to the Green
Ridge Lumber company for the consid
eration of $3,200.
The death of Henry Slsco, of our
placer is felt by a large circle of friends.
Mr. Slsco was born and reared here and
occupied many offices of honor and
trust during his long life, being 75 years
of age. He Is survived by u large family
und many relatives. The funeral was
conducted by the Waverly Lodge of
Masons, u large concourse attending.
t. D. Purker, of Pitston, visited
among relatives here over Sunduy.
Only a few years ago North Park,
which is one of Honesdale's beauty
marks, was a swampy piece of ground
surrounded by vacant lots on all sides,
but now It is greutly changed. That
piece of ground is no longer a swamp
but a handsome park. Homes of our
citizens have been built upon the east
anr south sides of it and the latest Im
provement Is the clearing up of build
ing lots on the side hill to the west of
it. One cottage, that of Fred Gray.ls
already In course of construction on
one of the lots, and the foundation Is
being laid for, a handsome cottuge of
W. H. Wood, und oilier cottages will
soon grace this beautiful hillside.
The cantata given by the young peo
ple of the M. E. church lust Thursday
and Friday evenings was a success
financially, and the cantata itself wus
well played. Several of those who
participated in the play showed marked
ability, and thut their efforts was thor
oughly appreciued by their .audience
wus shown by the frequent and hearty
Attorney-General Hensel will deliver
an address at the court house Thurs
day evening, Nov. 1.
Benjamin Qulnney, of Kullspell,
Mon., is the guest of his uncle, William
yuinney. Mr. Qulnney is on his way
to Kngland to visit his parents and will
leave Honesdale in a few days.
The young people of the Methodist
Episcopal church cleared $12 at their
Miss Vlnnle Rose, Miss Antoinette D.
Ball and Miss Martha Jenkins will act
us bridesmaids at the marriage of Miss
Flora Shinier to Mr. Wells, In Port Jer
vls, today. J. Kirk Rose will act as
one of the ushers. A large number of
Honesdale's society people will uttend
Rev. J. B. Sumner, of Pittston. is the
guest of his daughter, Mrs. A. C. Toi
Margaret A., youngest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. 'William Duffy, of Ceme
tery street, died on Sunday night after
a lingering Illness: Death was due to
lung trouble. The deceased was be
loved bv a laree circle of frlenda u-lmm
she had attracted to her by many lov-
auie qualities. The funeral will take
place on Wednesday morning. A high
muss nf rentiltmi icdl tit. aimer in ut
Thomas' church at 10 o'clock, after
wnicit interment will take place In the
Michael Dunn, of South Main street,
a veteran of the late war, whose arm
was amputated a few months ago as
the effect of u. hiilh.t wi-mtwl uM,.h Via
received at the storming of Fort Gregg,
is not improving as rapidly as his many
friends, would like.
.Tames A. Kenrnev nf T.nnrl utrt
spent Sunday with his brother, Dr. p!
n. ivearney, oi scranton.
Isaac Dawe, who had his arm broken
at Jermyn's breuker a few days ago, Is
able to be around again.
The body of Mrs.Brogun.of Olyphant,
was found floating on water of theLack
awunna river Saturday morning. She
was an old and respected lady. She
resided In Olyphant. The funeral will
tuke place today.
Improvements are being made around
the Primitive Methodist church.
William Kelly, jr., of Lincoln street,
visited Scranton friends Saturday.
The members of the Prlceburg local
branch of the New York Mutual Savings
und Loan association are requested to
attend a meeting In Smith's Music Hull
Monday evening, Oct. 20, for the pur
pose of reorganizing and election of
Attorney F. T. Okell, of Scranton,
was a Mayfleld visitor Monday.
H. J. DeGraw was In Wllkes-Barre
'Squire Sullivan and M. Sharak were
in Scranton Monday morning.
'I. F. Kllker visited the Pioneer City
Cornelius Sullivan una 'In Pm-lu-.n.
C. S. Hoyt was In Tlttston over Sun
day. Ed Bennett was In Archbald Sunduy
A oartv consisting nf TiM Muu,.i. it
J. DeGraw und Grunt und Frunk Bell
took a trump" over the Ridge to the Pot
Hole Sunday afternoon.. '
Cuit't Raise a Laugh.
From tho Chicago Mall.
Democratic papers treating tho hard
times as a joke II nd it hard to get a re
sponsive luugh from the public.
S HOE NO SQUEAk'no.
SEN0 FOR CATALOGUE
You can taTomonijrbvurehailBt W. Ih
Deuiu k. we are tue lurgtit manuiacturen oi
Hu.EiuKii muci in me wmiu, tuu guarantee
the value by (tamping the Dame and price on
the bottom, which protect! vou against higU
prtcea and the middleman's proAta. Our ahora
equal custom work In etyle, eaujr futluf and
weeriug Dualities. We have them sold erery.
where at lower price for the value given than
a., a, olha, ...a V a V.Ii. m ..tulllHl. 1 f
dealer cannot supply you, we cits. Bold by
Mr. A. J, Davenport
f-lii.Arl la.na nSl- . m t.
I was tol'.i to ta'to Hood's Parsaparilla faithful-
ly, and after using 3
bottles was free from
all eruptions. I am per
fectly cured and in ex- yOm f'
celNmt health. A. J. Daveni'oi.t, Milton, N. J.
Hood's PIII9 are purely vegetable and do
not purge, pain or gripe. Try a box. 20c,
CLEARING SALE OF
X Child's Bicycle, Rabbsr Tire, now S9
A hikl's Bicycle, Hub. -or Tire, na,w 10
A Boy's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, now 1
A Boy's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, new 1
i Boye' or Girls' Bicycle Cushion Tire,
nevr 00 down to 38
1 Youth's Bicycle, Pneumatic Tire.new.. 35
t Victor B Bicycles, Pneumatic Tire.sec-
ond hand "SO
I Victor B Bicycle, Pnumatio Tire, new 80
1 Secure B oyc!, Pneumatic Tire, sec-
ond-i and , SO
1 Lovel Diamond B cycle, Solid Tire,
1 LadieV Bicycle, Build Tire, second
3 Victor A Bicycles, Solid Tire, oecond-
1 Vietor O Bicycle, lJi in. cushion Tire,
1 Victor B Bicycle, 14 in. Cushion Tire,
1 Columbian 'SI Bicycle, Pneumatic Tire, 55
1 Chainless Bicycle, Pneumatio Tire,
nearly new 1 100
Come Early for Bargains.
Lawn Tennis Racquets at a (lis
count of one-third Tor
314 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Instruments In every sense of the term
as applied to Pianos.
Exceptional in holding their original ful
ness of tone.
NEW VORK WAREHOUSE, Xo. 80
1 115 Adams Ave.New Telephone Bdg
The Finest in the t it).
The latest improved furnish'
lugs anil apparatus for kcepiug
meat, butter and eggs.
223 Wyoming Ave.
230 Lackawanna Ave.
Reliable Advertisers of tacts.
230 Lack. Ave.
SIGN OF THE BELX,'- ! , ' I.
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fr 400402 Lackawanna Avenue.
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,oPFstt;love.r' !Te $5.00 PER PAIR
TjCsrThese were previously sold at $7.00. Six colors to
A new line of Chenille and Tapestry Covers.
Rich Velour Table Covers. Elegant line of Got
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.
May have noticed a depreciation in trade
during the past two months. If they
have, we are greatly to blame. The way
those Clocks and 100-piece Dinner Sets
have been leaving our establishment you
would think people were getting them for
nothing. So they are. And in conjunc
tion with the free gift of a Clock we give
the best and greatest value for $50.00.
Likewise with our Dinner Sets with $75
worth of goods of equal worth. We're
busy all over the store in consequence.
October proves to be the banner month in
our career. "Easy Payments" have some
claims on the improvement. Our object
is to furnish at as low figures as possible.
Can get special inducements upon inquiry.
IS CALLED TO OUR
Hampers, in a variety of colors,
and Scrap Baskets.