The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, November 06, 1894, Page 8, Image 8

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THE SCItANTOy TlUliUXK TUESDAV MORNING, XOVEMBEli G, 1894.
Coaks
Jackets
Capes,
comprising inauy original and exclusive
styles, whieh can be found in our Cloak
Department Experienced sales-persons
sire at hand, and no purchaser is al
lowed to leave our establishment unless
suited in the latest styles and faultless
tit. Wc recognize the truth of the saying,
"A Well-Pleased Custer Is the Best
' Advertisement."
Ladies', Misses' and Children's'
We have written a warning story be
fore about this alNimportant article of
dress; 'pirhaps you did not take our
advice but paid a large doctor's bill in
stead, (jarnients of all sizes, weaves
and kinds till the shelves of our exten
sive Underwear Department. Union
suits, ladies' sanitary underwear, Aus
tralian lamb's wool garments, long and
short slceves.anything you can possibly
w ant in underwear can be had here.
MILLINERY
Prettily Trimmed Felt Hats,
$3, $3.50, $4.50, $5.
Knowing the .character of our
work you will hardly believi
such prices possible.
V.
CHILDREN'S
HEADWEAR x
l or boys.girls and infants. Cor.
, ,reet sorts at popular prices.
KID ( LOVES,
' IIANMEHCHIEFS,
COKSETS, ETC.
; GORMAN'S
Grand Depot.
412 Spruce St., Scranton.
Dr. Reeves la wt fully established at
412 Spruce? street, Scrunton. He lias per
formed some wonderful cures and hag
Rained the confidence of the public. He
lias come to STAY and will remain PElt
MANENTLY at his Soruce street oarlors.
He has had long and varied experience In
hospital and private practice and treats
all acute and chronic ulseuses of men, wo-
men ana ennaren.
Ha alvea advice, ser.
;Free of Charge
vices and examinations
No one is turned away.
He. with his assistants, treat all dis
eases of the rirvous system, diseases of
the eye, ear, nose and throat, dyspepsia,
rheumatism, lost vitality, premature
wanness or uecay id Dotn sexes, nervous
aeolllty, catarrh, tumors, cancers, erup
tolns, blood poisoning, fits, epilepsy, in'
discretion and errors of youth, lost man
hood, eczema, scrofula. St. Vitas' dance.
asthma, diseases of the heart, lungs, liver,
wiuiivb, umuuer, Mtvinm-n. ecu.
FEMALE DEPARMENT.
The doctor has opened a female depart'
tnent exclusively for females, so that those
yhom "delicacy" has heretofore . kopt
tvway may now receive the services of a
"lady" whose treatment will prove her
Ability In all cases.
OFFER TO THE FUBLIC FOR "CATARRH."
Any onb suffering with "Catarrh" who
wishes to be PERMANENTLY and
QUICKLY cured may receive FOUR
MONTHS' TREATMENT FOR ONLY
TEN DOLLARS. This offer holds good
lor imny uays. ino aocior nas cliseov
ored a SPECIFIC for this dreaded dls
ease, loil can treat and cure yoursof
find family with it at home. It never
juiiM io cure, a irini treatateuc rree.
. Otftco hours: Daily, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
puiiuv.1 iv u uiiu a 10
Tako elevator in Christian's hat store,
or sieps.
Remember the name and number,
DR. REEVES
412 Spruce St., Scranton.
CARPETS
Oil Cloths,
Linoleums,
Curtains, 1
Window Shades and
.Wall Paper.
All the Latest Designs.
J. Scott Inglis
.419 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
(our doora above Wyoming House.
TIUHI'NE BULLETINS.
The Tribune tonight will bulletin all
t'lectldn rot urn 8 upon an Immenne Hereon
by mcan.i of a powerful gtoreoptlcon. Vr
riiiigoiiientB have been completed Ho set
prompt telegraphic service by special wire.
jSead The Tribune tomorrow for the belt
und fulleni ejection news.
DR.
REEVES
NEWS OF THIS 11IY
CAU1JONDALE.
On Sunday the new library In the
Hereon Baptist Sunday school was
ipened. Thellbrarycontains337 volumes
of very entertaining as well as very
helpful books.
Walter Bennett, of Spring street,
spent Sunday In Scranton.
On Friday evening of this week at
'.30 a cottage prayer meeting will be
hold at the home of Herman Faatz, No.
1 Klrkett street. Miss Carrie L. Oeary,
leader. Singing will bu from Gospel
Hymns, No. 5.
Oscar "Wanocott, of' Riehmondale,
passed the Sabbath In Carbondale.
Mrs. E. M. Peck 1 Uniondale,
where she has been called by the illness
of her mother, Mrs. Hiram Ledyard.
C. V. Estabrook mado a business trip
to Scranton yesterday.
Frank Stoutlnger left last evening for
a brief stay In New York city.
Miss lona Tyler, of Forest City, was
a visitor in this city yesterday.
Helen, the 4-year-old daughter of Mrs.
Alexander Herbert,., died yesterday
morning at' her home on Mill street.
Funeral will be held this morning.
On Sunday night at 7 o'clock the
spirit of Charles Rogers, of boring
street, took Its flight for. the world
beyond. Deceased was 66 years of age
and Is survived by his wife and four
children, who are: Howard, of White
Haven: George, of Wilkes-Barre; Mrs.
Charles M. Drlggs, of White Haven, and
Mrs. A. L. Derry, of Elizabeth, N. J.
Funeral services will be held In this
city" Wednesday morning at 9.45 In the
Presbyterian church, after which the
remains will be taken to White JIaven
for interment.
W. P. Frank made a business trip to
Scranton yesterday.
A meeting of the trustees of the
Alumni Athletic association was held
on Saturday evening, and the following
officers were elected: President, 1). L.
Crane; secretary, John U. Brldgctt;
treasurer, J. E. Brennan; manager of
the new park, Fred Forbes.
Herrlck Center, a few miles north of
this city, was visited during Saturday
forenoon by a snow storm, and in the
afternoon about 4 o'clock it struck this
city.
Sunday after Sabbath school exer
cises were over In the Baptist school a
committee was appointed with M. F.
Nye chairman to make arrangements
for the Christmas celebration In that
church.
Mr. and Mrs. John Doyle, of South
Main street, ure mourning the death of
their Infant daughter, Maud, who died
Saturday night of diphtheria. Funeral
was held Sunday afternoon. Interment
was nmde in St. Hose cemetery.
Announcement is made of the coming
marriage of John P. Challls to Miss
F.llie O'Connor, both of Carbondale.
The event will occur on Wednesday,
Nov. 21, In St. Rose church at 4.30 p. m,
Miss Anna Moyles, of Scranton, spent
Sunday In this city.
Mrs. William Wolcott, of Dixon Hill,
is the guest of Scranton relatives.
Miss Myrtle lllatkwell, of Wilkes-
Barre, is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. A.
Wonacott, of Durte avenue.
Will Henderson, employed as driver
at the Pioneer Steam laundry, Is off
duty on account of sickness.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hawkins are
guests of Mr. und Mrs, Charles Hurt-
man, of Jeffrey street.
The Republican club having chosen
for their headquarters this evening the
second story of the Odd Fellows build
ing on Salem avenue, had a wire placed
In there yesterday morning, and they
will have an operator who will receive
the complete Associated Press dis
patches. These privileges will be for
exclusive pleasure of the club which
has a membership of about L'Ou.
The Lackawanna club are to receive
election returns tonight at their rooms
In the Municipal building by special
wire.
Those wishing to vote for Charles A.
Kase, the Republican candidate fur
common councilman from the Third
ward, Bhould not forget to write his
name at the bottom of the last column
of the sheet, as his nomination was
made too lute for his name to be
printed on the official ballot.
The out-of-town persons who at
tended the funeral of the late Alfred
Jones on Sunday were Mrs. William
Reed, of Philadelphia; Miss Edith
Smith, of Mooslc; Mr. and Mrs. II. Will
iams, of Bellevue; Mr. and Mrs. John
Reese, Mr. and Mrs. John Steed, of
Peckvllle, and Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
Ward, of Blakely.
Election oltlccru are hereby notified that
a plan has been discovered to chaniro tho
marka on Republican bullotu. The rlrut
person caught doing that uhould be in
Btantly arrested. With a free ballot and
a fair count the whole Itepubllcan ticket
will win. Let no guilty man escape.
JIALLSTEAD.
William Pike, of thla place, the pri
vate secretary for Hon. Galusha Urow,
was In Bingliamton on Saturday.
Hon. Jumc-.s T. DuBuls, of Washing
ton, D. C, Is In town.
Mlus Clara Truesdell, of Blnghamton,
Is stopping with Airs. Hose Dayton, on
Main street. '
C. J. Langley, the popular and hust
ling grocc-rymarU Iff this city, YiV.s
among the visitors to the Parlor City
yesterday.
The Odd Fellows' banquet, held at
their rooms u few evenings ago, was a
very enjoyable event. The musical pro
gramme was enjoyed by all present,
especially the guitar playing by Miss
Carrie Burns, who Is destined to be
come a very fine musician.
Mrs. M. P. Currier Is visiting her sis
ter In Huckcttstown, X. 3.
Miss Alice Watermun is visiting
friends in Susquehanna.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bernstein expect
to leave here Friday for a visit In Xew
York city.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup has been
used 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 bcBt remedy for di
arrhea. Bold by druggists In every part
nf the world, lie sure and ask for "Mrs.
Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup," and take no
other kind. Twenty-llvo cents a bottle.
0LYPJIANT.
Mrs. Ellzubeth Humphrey, wife of tho
late John Humphrey, died at her home
on Delaware street Sunduy morning, of
heart fullure. Mrs. HumpTirey was a
well known and highly respected rest
dent of this place. She was born In
Wales and was. about VC years of age.
The funeral will occur tomorrow after
noon at 1 o'clock. Services will be held
In the Welsh Calvlnlstlc Methodist
church. Interment will be made In the
ltldue cemetery. ' She Is survived by
four Children, Mrs. -Thomas Weaver,
Mrs. Samuel Parry, Mrs. Edward Mor
ris and Oeonre Humphrey.
Tho town was In dnrknass last night
owing to a break In the water main
that supplies the plant.
Mr. and Mrs. Ell Longacker, of Hyde
Park, spent Sunday with the latler's
mother on Luckawannu street.''
Mra. Crans. of WateitOwn. N. J., Is
the guest of Dr. Crans iiud. wife, of this
place. .
Hon. A. F. McNulty will remove his
family to Archbald tomorrow, where
they will take up their residence.
TRIBUNE BULLETIN'S.
Tho Tribune tonight will bulletin all
election returns upon an Immense screen
by means of a powerful stercoptlcon. Ar-
rnngemeutB have been completed to set
prompt telegraphic service by special wire.
Read The Tribune tomorrow for1 the best
and fullest election news.
TAYLOR.
Mr. Dibble, of Windsor, N. Y., is Vis
iting his brother, Charles J ut his home
on Grove street.
There will be revival services every
night this week, with the exception of
Saturday, at the Methodist Episcopal
church. Rev. F. A. King will conduct
the meetings. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A.. Waters, of Dun
more, called on Mrs. Waters' parents,
Mr. ami Mrs. William H. Gordon, on
asnington street.
Night school will commence tonight
In this place.
VY. I Van Buaklrk Is visiting his
mother on Main street. Mr. Vun Bus
ltlrk Is a student at the Philadelphia
Dental college.
The pie social that whs to be held by
the Christian Endeavor society of tho
Methodist Episcopal church on Friday
evening has been postponed one week.
The prospects of a big Republican
majority in this borough at the election
today are very favorable, and judging
from present indications and the
amount of Interest taken, there will be
a large vote cast. A number of candl
dates from both parties lliave been
working zealously during the campaign
to procure the support and votes of our
citizens. The Republican workers have
awakened renewed Interest In the
breasts of the Republican Voters, and
have caused them to comprehend the
necessity of casting their ballots for
protection and the future welfare and
prosperity of the country, at the same
time dealing a crushing blow to Dem
ocracy und the men who have plunged
the country into Its present serious
and deplorable condition. Every Re
publican should see that his vote is
properly cast for the men who will
carry out his cherished principles. The
polls are open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m.
The German element of Taylor bor
ough has successfully organized a new
hose company at Taylor, which will be
known as the 'JFirst German Hose com
pany. Thirty members have already
been enrolled and an appeal Is being
made to the residents of the borough
for assistance In promoting the com
pany, which will meet a requirement
that has been felt for some time.
FOREST CITY.
John Matey was a Scranton visitor
yesterday.
The J W.. Macready Opera company
left yesterday for Plymouth.
II. O. Likely and George J. Benton, of
Carbondale, were the guests of friends
in this place Sunday.
Miss Orace Bonner, elocutionist and
violinist, will give a grand entertain
ment In Maxey's hall Wednesday even
ing, Nov 14. Adinlsion, adults, 15 cents
It Is expected that a large vote will be
polled In this place today, and, of course,
It will show a lurge ltepublican gain
when the votes are counted.
"Humpty Dumpty" was given at the
Opera House last evening. It was well
received.
The Republicans held n grand rally
last Saturday evening In Maxey's hull
The Purest City Cornet band made their
first apearance in their new uniforms,
which are very handsome. The band
marched up Main street to the hull und
gave several selections In the hall
'Squire W. J. Maxey was chairman of
the evening. Attorney L. P. Wedeman
was introduced and made a brief but
excellent speech. The principal speaker
of the evening was then introduced,
John E. Pox, of Harrlsburg. He spoke
at considerable length on the history of
the political and other issues of the day.
He was interrupted by frequent ap
pluuse during the course of his speech
It was a splendid address.
DUCKXELLNOIKS.
W. M. Bunnell is recovering under
the efficient care of Dr. Oearhart.
We are glad to hear that Captain
Kauffman, ut the -Lackawanna hos
pital in Scranton, in getting along fine
ly and Is expected home this week.
The new registrar's offlce on the first
floor of west wing Is nearly done and
the registrar will Boon change his quar
ters.
Mls3 Grace and Robert Sllfer enter
tained a company" of young friends at
their home on Saturday evening.
The repairing of the gymnasium from
the loss occasioned by the recent lire
will begin this week.
The foot ball team were very much
disappointed on Friday, when they
were about Itot board the train for
Gettysburg to pluy a match game
there, to receive a telegram which an
nounced that the game was cancelled.
This looks as If "Getty" lacks pluck.
NEW 3IILF0UD.
Dennis Bliay died at his home on Fi t
day night. Mr. Shay was nearly 70
years of age, very wldtMy known and
very ihluhly esteemed. He leaves a
large family of prosperous children and
a host or friends to mourn his death
Enoch Smith, of Montrose, was call
ing on friends In town last week..
Dr. S. 8. Snyder, of Blnghamton, was
looking after patients . In thisr pUice
Saturday.
Attorney W. D. B. AIney, of Mon
trose, upent Sunday with his parents
In this place. .
Attorney A, B. Smith, of Montrose,
i . . i ,
a temperance service was held at
the Methodist Episcopal church last
L. I). Cronee, of this place, visited
friends In blnghamton Saturday.
Several cases of whooping cough are
reported In this section.
110NESDALK. ,
Rev. and Mrs. Juhn N. Lewis left for
New York yesterday morning for sev
eral day's visit.
Adam Metzgar, Jr., Is home for a few
days. v
xne leacners or v ayne county are
here In full force to attend the, annual
institute. Everything indicates a very
Interesting and Instructive session.
The 'enlng programme Is attractive
and varied, and should command the
attention of the people of Honcsdale.
The first snow of the Beason fell yes
terday. There was a heavy rain and
it was much colder than for the pnst
two weeks, r .
FECKVILLE.
A meeting will be held at the Ldyard
hall next Frlduy evening for the pur
pose of organising a lire company.
The employes of the Grassy Island
Delaware and Hudson breaker will be
paid today. . ... . .
Windsor Porter desires to thank,
through this paper, all those who so
ably assisted In saving his house from
the Are last Thursday morning.
A party was given at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. James Dolph, on -Main
street, last Friday evening, In, honor of
their daughter Blanches eighteenth
birthday. Games were indulged in un
til a late hour, when refreshments were
served. Miss Dolph was given an ele
gant chair and other numerous preu
ents. The following were present:
Misses Grace Hart, Sudle Warfel, Rob
ert Sykes, Claude Dagly, of Scranton;
Miss Jennie Morgan, of Dickson; Misses
Mattle Pickering, Maggie Williams,
Stella Arnold, Emma Barnes, Jennie
Williams, Grace Olivers, Agnes Will
iams, Ella Couzens, Jessie Hoffeck
er, Marguret Williams, Blanche Cool,
Lottie Powell, Cassie Williams, Frank
and Charles Pickering. Edmond Will
iams, Richard Reese, Robert Craig,
Francis Ham, Herbert James, Florence
Swingle, James Lewis, Allle Snyder,
Roy Wldeman, Thomas Johnson, Herb
ert Jones, Robert Frew, Joseph Reese,
John Jones and Arthur Wlddowfleld.
David E. Stearns Is suffering from a
severe attack of pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. William Dougherty, of
Carbondale. circulated among friends
here last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Peck, of Buf
falo, are visiting the hitter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peck.
The Tribune carriers will be In pos
session of extra copies tomorrow morii'
ing with full returns of election.
Lieutenant James G. Stevens post
304, Grand Army of the Republic. meet3
Nov. 7, It being the regular meeting for
nomination of olflcers for the ensuing
year; also Inspection night. Comrades
are all urged to be present In full uni
form. By order of Commander Z. P,
Travlss.
PR1CEBUKG
Bryan Fallon and James Twlss were
In Scranton yesterday.
John R. Jones' special car passer
through town yesterday, and he was
saluted by a large number of Republl
cans.
Mrs. Thomas Arthur Is confined to
the house by a sprained back.
Messrs. Loftus and Gray, the Peo
ple's candidates, were In town Sunday.
Hon. John P. Kelly was In town Sun
day.
Pay day at Storrs' today.
A petition against the division of the
borough Into wards wus filed in court
yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walsh, of Duryeu, vis
Ited Mr. and Mrs. John F. O'Hara Sun,'
day.
MAYF1ELI).
T. Raddlgan visited Scranton yester
day.
Professor Klsllng arrived yesterday
and will tuke charge of the Maylleld
schools today.
Indications point to a full vote here
today.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bergan and son
visited Carbondale friends Sunday.
C. S. Hoyt and H. J. DeUraw wit
nessed "In His Power" ut the Grund
Opera house, Carbondale, lust night.
Every voter should do his duty to
day. Vote the straight Republican
ticket and help secure a return of pros
perity.
P. Bennett has secured a position
with the Traction company.
Night school was opened at the May-
field public school building last night.
DUMEA.
Peter A. O'Boyle, of Plttston, Demo
cratic candidate for district attorney,
called on friends here Sunday.
Miss Anna Jones, who has been
slightly indisposed for the past few
days, Is improving.
O. b. Richards has accepted a posi
tion us Keneral traveling ugent fur the
Wugner Rubber company, with whom
he hus been employed for the past two
years. v
A l'rcqucnt Outing.
From Harper's liazar.
'My husband und I never have a dis
cussion before the children. If I see a
quurrel coming on we always send them
out."
'I thought I had seen them in the
street very often.".
GREAT BANKRUPT SALE OF
.Fine (Tothing
LW F BN WW PflP FTP
Bought at
The stock of the Hyde Park Hat and Clothing Stors
was bought by us, and will be sold in their
store at a great sacrifice.
IN THEIR STORE,
114 SOUTH MAIN AVENUE.
And will last two weeks only,
Come early and secure the
these Big1 Bargains in Clothing and Furnishings
Bows'
Boys' Pants, 15c.
Their
2 for 25c.
Our Price, 65c.
. .t
SOLD BY THE
Sale at Hyde
Park Hat
and
Clothing Store
114 S.
Main Avenue.
230
. SIGN OP THE
Look for the Sign:
Geo. 11. VietterUh
The Plain Facts
Are mat l nave had Catarrh 10 Year. No
catarrh cure did me any good, but Hood's Bar
Hood'
s
Sarsa
parilla
aparllla helped me
wonderfully. My head
l llnnt'l,l Sanaa nf .......II
7ures
returning. Hood's Sur- VTiy ,iaLA,
IV
who u worm ol
log. -Ueokue I'
Id of good for Thai Tired Feci.
1. JJIfcTTKRUH. Hobb e.Fx
Hood's Pills are efficient and gentle, tso
THE BUNT k 111
CO.,
UaKotacicrieus' Aoexts ron
TRENTON IRON COS
WIRE ROPE.
VAN ALEN & CO.'S
STEEL NAILS.
OXFORD IRON C0.S
MERCHANT BUR IRON.
. REVERE RUBBER C0:3
BELTING, PACKING AND HOSE.
FAYERWEATHER & LADEW'S
"HOYT'S" LEATHER BELTING.
A.B. BONNEVILLE'S
"STAR" PORTLAND CEIKENT.
AMERICAN BOILER C0.S
"ECONOMY" HOT AIR FURNACES.
GRIFFING IRON CO.'S
BUNDY RADIATORS.
434 LACKAWANNA AVE.
AYLESWORTH'S
MEAT MARKET
The Finest la the City.
The latest improved furnish
ings anil apparatus for keeping
meat, butter and eggs.
223 Wyoming Ave.
REVIVO
RESTORES VITALITY.
Made a
litllav, r ,
if. Well Man
t,vfs
1 Kth rkav
of Me.
THE WHEAT 30th lOV.
produces the abovo renults In 30 iliiys. It art!
powerfully and quickly. Cures wbeu oil others tail
Vouus men will n-jaln their lost maubooU.sud old
men will recover their youthful vmor by using
KK VI VO. It quickly and surely rentoreB Iiervoua-
ncu, Lost vitality, Iiupoiency. Nightly Lmlssionu,
Lott Power. Falling Mi raory, Wasting Diseases, and
all effects ot self-ubuso or excess and indiscretion,
which UDllta one (or study, business or marriage. It
not only cures by stsrtiuc at the seat ot disease, but
is a great nerve tonic and blood builder, bring
lrg back the pink clow to rale cheeks and ro
storing tho (Ire of youth. It wards off Insanity
and Consumption. Insist on having REVIVO, no
other. It can be carried la vest pocket. By met),
1 .00 per package, or six (or 63.00, wltb posl
tlvo written guarantee to care or refund
tno money, circular tree. Address
ROYAL MEDICINE CO.. 63 River St., CHICAGO. ILL
For sale by Matthews Bros., Drvtrcle
Scranton . l a
1) I1UIUJ
Sheriff's Sale.
as we must vacate the store.
best.
x on can t afford to miss
Suits,
T 1 l
Boys' aists,
Price,, f 1.50.
2 for 25C.
Sale atHvde
Park Hat
and
ClothingvStore
Lack. Ave.
BEU '
Main Avenue.
Mr.
dir not.frtikr4
fl A 'T.-rr'yJ
BY, 11
BANKRUPT SALE.
g"1, .- -
LEADERS OF
tg - I i i I.
1 The Kir
400-402 Lackawanna Avenue.
est-
J3
SPECIAL ATTENTION
(I
u
THE FINEST IN
B I ll
I fill III "
r
GRAND - DISPLAY
This Week.
GRAND
Fall Openin
UUMiUilUUMUUUUU
Chenille Table Covers
6-4 Chenille Cover, $1.00 each; reduced from $1.25.
We also carry the 4-4 and S-4 sizes.
Chenille Draperies
All endless line of patterns. The low. prices will as
tonish yon. ,
Japanese Screens
Black and Gold, White
Cloth Screens.
Unfilled Oak Screen
Oak Tables
75c., 90c, $1.25, $1.50
Great Bargains.
KERR & SIEBECKER
406 AND 408
Branch at Carbondale.
NOVEMBER
Has set in after mopping our brow and giving -our
, sleeves an extra roll we are aiming to make a record
for the eleventh month of the year. Our first floor has
been improved in an artistic way; This store has al
ways been open to you as a place for sightseeing
now more so than ever. Salesmen- are here at your
request only,. Our aisles (of which there are many)
are the public avenues.
PRICES You can get a better
quote a few for your consideration:
$20 Bedroom Suits, $15.00
23
28
35
40
50
17.00
i(
i(
(i
ii
c;
20.00
2G.00
30.00
39.00
CARPETS.
35-cont Carpet at 28 cents
50-ci.t Carpet at 42 cents
05-ccnt Carpet at 50 cents
STOVES.
Tl, I...- 1.. .1 .....
I - 1 lit uiuitia 111 nun Ull'tll luiirui
ACORN." "OTHELLO." "HOME
show a couinlete line of Heating Stoves.
Our Peerless Credit System will enable you to make your home the best
place 011 earlll. Money not required: in fact so little it's -not to be consid
ered when compured with the comforts that can be secured at our establishment.
REMEMBER THAT ( LOCK, with ,s purchases. THOSE DINNER
SETS, with $75 purchases. Former patrons oflered special inducements.
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LOW PRICES..: :. - cS
IS CALLED TO OUR
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and Gold and Ught Colored
Frames
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and $2.50 each.
These are
LACKA. AVE.
idea of these by inquiring, but below we
$12 Sideboards at $ 0.75
15
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13.50
1G.50
10.50
25
85-cent Carpet at TO cents
$1.00 Carpet at 85 cents
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