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Till; SI U AN J OX TIIULrXK WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOWfcMUEU 7, 181)4.
is now going on
at the Old Store,
v 322 Lackawanna ave.,
where the whole of
the wrecked stock
will In.- sold at prices
to interest buyers and
' move the poods quickly.
Stationery, Fancy Articles,
Blank Account Books,
Wall Papers, Window
Room and Frame Mould
ings, which have been dam-
by water and smoke,
oi little, and must be
some price soon to
1 building for repairs.
And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE
TO THE TRADE BY
The Weston Mill Go.
ilL Ul Ul
THE GENDIHE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
G. B. &CO.
IMPRINTED ON ERCH CIGftB.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mf r's
Court House Square.
PERMANENT CURE OF
AU forms of ITcruiti a specialty. Vo:l
known Scruntou pliybieiunsin charge.
GERHflAN RUPTURE CURE CO., MM.,
203 Washington Avenue.
Charles MeMullen inui Attorney It
Patterson left yesterday for Virginia.
.1. 8. Swisher, division passenger agent
oi the Jersey Central rullroad, returned
yesterday from a visit to Tiinkhuiniock
.Tom Williams, better known us Koh
( ynon, received u letter from South
M ules yesterday containing the sad news
of the death of his fulher at Alienlaro.
Mrs. Delno Krltx. formerly Miss Maude
Churchill, with her husband, Is visit Im
)ier parents In this city until Thnrsd i.
when they will open at Ninth und Arch
theater In Philadelphia,
1)1 SMOKE DOINGS.
Fresh oysters received daily at Talin
Charles Warg will spend some time
Visiting Munch Chunk friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones, of West Tittston,
are visiting at tieorge Kehrank s, on
O. S. Malnney expects to sell out his
stock and go out of the shoe business
In n short time. He will deal In oilier
lines of Roods.
Thomas McDonnell, of Pine street
dropped dead at his home yesterday
morning while, making preparations to
go to the polls to vote.
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Sllsbee gave an
enjoyable and informal dinner at their
residence at Madlsonvllle. The follow
lug guests were present: Mrs. Luclnda
J yea, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Ives, Mr. und
lira. C. H. Ives, W. M. Ives, Mrs. Keen
of Aladlsonvllle; Mr. and Mrs. H. M
Ives, Mr. und Mrs. W. O. Ives, C.eorgo
Ives, Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Fritz, of Scran
Domlnlck Hastings, of Sport Hill, me
With what might huve been u very
serious or fatal accident nt the Corners
yesterday. Mr. Hastings was engaged
with his team and three-seated light
wagon In bringing In the unterrllied
voters to the polls. He had Junt arrived
nt the polling place at the Second ward
Second district, with a load of voters,
They all alighted and Mr. Hastings
started to go nfter another load., In
turning around the wagon was upset
throwing Mr. Hastings out and under
the wagon. The team started to run,
but were soon caught. Mr. Hastings
was picked up and taken into O'Doii
null's hotel. He was not so seriously
Injured as he was thought to have been,
and soon left for home after unother
.livery article In silverware purchased
01 uuvioow iirun. is guaranteed as repre
seniea or'iuuuey leiuutieti.
Have you purchased any silverware of
Davldow tiros, mat. was or Is not as rep
resented? If so bring it to us anil we will
make it snlimiiciory. jiavniow llros.
Muy the Weber
nd got the best. At Guernsey Bros
A Foe to Dyspepsia
ON OTHER SiDEOF CHANNEL
L'ussinn Events of tlie Day oa the
West Side of the Citv Noted.
YEKY ORDERLY ELECTION DAY
I uncial of William l.yJiutt from Mis l ute
Kcsidcncc on Kynon Strcct-DnvlJ
i:. Morgun Is in the 1'icUI for
Kli'c tion dny. us It wuh observed on
thin Hldo yisli'ifluywas a wry enthiiMl
antic one. Tim niol'lllliK pasxi.-d off
quietly nwhiK to the did wave and
xliKht dilzzlimr hiiow which fell. In
the afternoon the vote was brottKlil out
and the polls were soon Hurroumlid
with ardent itciiubliians. An was en
thusiasm. A puny of young boyc, who
win- evldenily Inibued wiih their
father's spirit, organized a broom lint?-
ide ami paruded the suveU. shoutini?
and eharui.-lerli'.luir each inember of the
Republican ticket as u " Jolly gm, fel
William l.ydiutt nurieJ.
The funeral of William l.ydlatt. the
man who suddenly died in the hotel of
!eore Wueiieh, en West I.aekn wanna
avenue, Saturday eveuuih'. took place
nt L'.:iO o'clock yesterday afieinoon from
his late home on 10 noii street. Ser-
lees were conducted by Rev. It: (!.
Jones, piisior of the Sumner Ai'enue
I'lvsbyterlnn church. The lloral de-
slfrns were very pretty. Oxford Aline
Accidental fund, of which the deceased
was a inember. attended. Interment
was: mad" in the Washburn Street
emcteiy. The pull bearers were se
lected from the fund.
Uriel' Xoto- of Interest.
Mrs. Thomas Coleman, of Willie
Itare, visited friends here yesterday.
Conductor Hawley. of the linnniore
line, lias been transferred to the Wush-
burn street run.
Tlie funeral.of the yount; child of Jlr.
und Mrs. Needham, of Kynon street,
will occur this afternoon.
.Miss H. P. (iavln. of C'arboiidale, who
was tlie- Rllest of .MIhk Margaret Cad
deli, of Scranlon street, has returned
Mrs. Martin Mdwurds, of St. I'aul,
Minn., who has been vlslthif? relativ
nere lor some tune, returned Home yes
The various hotels on the West Side
nave telegraphic reports of the returns
last evening;, and consequently did u
Daniel K. Morgan, of Tenth street
announces himself as a candidate for
common council fur the Second district
of the Fifth wind.
An unique feature colled n backward
drllll and dumb-bell exercise wan given
in St. David's Episcopal church last
eenlng. A large number atteuded.
A rehearsal of the cantata, "llcth-
any, will be held by the members of
the Simpson Methodist Episcopal
church this evening. All are requested
to be present.
The Marquette Social club Is consid
erliitj the advisability of having a sup
per as the means of celebrating i
years existence on .Nov. 14. A rear
room will bo converted Into n dancing
hull, and other preparations will be
made for the event. .
NOKTH KM) BltlKFS.
II. J . Woodwurd, of Mousey avenue.
has returned homefrom a visit with his
brother In Hawley.
Mrs. Thomas I'arry and children, of
Rlehmondiile, nre visiting friends in
this part of the city.
i nu Lieut ware, wickawannii nni
Western paid its employes of the Storrs
si ifl t yesterday afternoon.
I), it. Alherton, secretary of thi
board of trade, has returned home from
a business (rip to New York.
the annual roll call or the (iiven
Ridge l'resbyterlan church will be held
tonight, commencing at 7 o'clock.
The first annual ball of the Father
YVhiUy Jlugle corps, which was held In
St. Mary's hall last night, was well at
A large number of people attended
the opening social of the series which
v ill be held this winter by Company
II. In their armory lain evening.
The Ladies' Aid society of the I'ark
ruu-e Methodist Episcopal church will
hold a conumdrum tea in the church
tomorrow evening. A souvenir will be
presented all who nre present.
Randolph Crippen and Nate Thomp
son returned home Monday from New
York city, where they attended a htirse
sale during the past week. Mr. Crli
pen purchased two yearlings, one for
$170 and the other for $270.
Cunington S. Yon Storch returned
home Monday afternoon nfter a visit
with friends in und around New York
Ho returned home via the Ontario and
WeSiern and says that the greater par
of the trip was through a snow storm.
Maria Jennings swore out a warrant
Uefore Alderman liuiley, last Friday
charging Patrick Folan, sr., Patrick
Folan. jr., and Mrs. Mary Folan, all of
Pine Hrook, with having committed as
sault and battery on her. They were
arrested and brought before Alderman
Ilalley, but waived a hearing and held
in $2i) bail each, Mark Newell bceom
ins thuir bondsman.
The Elmlra Cash Register company
which has been looking for u location
in Scrnnton, Is now an assured Indus
try, and a gentleman who Is well in
formed In the matter said yesterday
morning that it would be established
on the Green Ridge flats. It Is also
probable that the factory building and
machinery of the Gregory Silk Hrald
wi.rks will also be put to good use with
In a few weeks.
A great musical treat was given be
fore an enthusiastic and large audience
at the rrovldenco Methodist Episcopal
church last night, when Professor
George K Carter, of Elm Park church
ruvo an excellent organ recital. The
recital opened with an overture, "Poe
and Peasant," which was an excellent
introduction to a continued programme
of the highest musleul standurd. Pro
feasor Carter's skill und delicate man
aement of the great Instrument called
forth continuous rounds of applause
and an enthusiastic vote of' thanks
was tendered him for his able service's,
Alfred Wooler, tenor soloist, rendered
"Leonore," "The Holy City" and "Mary
of Argyle" with faultless taste and was
warmlycompllinented by the chairman
The church was crowded and a sub
stantlal sum was made for the benefit
of the church' expenses In liquidating
the cost of erecting two magiiitlcent
chandeliers, which have been made from
special designs by I. P. Frank, of New
Lost: A plain gold ring, engraved on
Inside Auron and Sylvia, June 2nd,
Finder Will be liberally rewurded by re
turning to A. Goldsmith, of Goldsmith
Have you purchased a watch of Davl
ilow Ilro? Isn't .11 running? Does It not
keep good time? If It is the fault of the
watch bring It to us and we will repair
It free of charge. DuvUlow Uros,
IX LOCAL THEATERS.
The sale of writs for Mrs. Lanstry ,
promised that shf wil be Ktveted by a I
lame audience at the Frothliwham to- j
nlirht. "A Wlfo's Peril," which is con- !
xiileivd tho most noijulur In the J.-iey :
lily's repertoire, hiiH luvn commented
upon favorably by the
and i. the play Heleoti
Wliile coming from Enidnnd on the
teamer Mrs. I.angtry und company
presented the second act of the pled;
by special request to the critical audi
ence aboard the vessel. All who wit
nessed it were warm in their praise of
it on their arrival In New York. H is
id that the famous beauty hns lost
none ot the grace and charm which
broke so many hearts and kept her a
favorite among American playgoers.
Herbert Cuwthorn, the entertaining' j
uuedlan who will present his new '
lay, "A Cork Man," at the Frothing- ,
mi Thursday night, bus established
the enviable reputation of always sur- i
oundlng himself with a Company oi
strong specialty performers and giving
good, lively, interesting entertain- I
meiits. He comes this year with a bet- .
ter and much lurger company and a ;
more elaborate production, and a fun- !
nler show than over. '
John Keinell will entertain the pat
rons of the Academy uf Music Thurs
day night. He has a new play, "Me-
Padden's Klooenient," which is de
scribed as a very nmuslng skit. Ker
nell uppears as Con Mel'addeu, a light
ning rod agent, who manages to keep j
himself and everybody else in trouble. ;
He Is funny from every view, und there i
Is nothing stale or tiresome about his
work. Miss Clara Knott, the pretty i
soubr-ctte i the .company, ns Tick!
Scissors, a cunning young civnture, Is
lever in her lines. Scattered through- I
out the three acts of the play are a num
ber of excellent specialties.
Friday and Saturday evenings that
popular melodrama, "The Stowaway,"
will be given at the Academy 'of Music.
It Is a melodrama of the modern Eng
lish school in which possibilities parade
is actual fact and are made doubly Im
pressive by rwallstic features that com-
iel admiration. It has been newly
quipped with a full car of scenery all !
painted expressly lor 11, and the com
pany presenting It Is one of unusual
The American Flayers are billed for
three performances at the Frotliliighuui
this week. Friday and Saturday nights
they will be seen in "The Count oi
Monte Christy," and ul the Saturduy
afternoon matinee "I.a Telitation, or
Led Astray" will be produced. The
company Includes such excellent actors
as Frank Karrington and Joseph lt:ui
sonie, who are well known in this city.
They are thorough artists und have
long been Identilled with the
dramas staged in this country.
WOKK DONE 1JV LAI) IKS.
Sutlsfnctorv Report Presented ut the .
. .. A. -Meeting l ust Night.
A special meeting of the Young
Woman's Christian association was held
last evening, when Miss Mary S. Dunn.
siate secretary, delivered nn admirable
address. The members discussed the
ipprouchliig convention, which Is to be
held 111 Scrnnton. and various arrange
ments were made for the convenience
The following report was read, show
ing the Work for the past three months:
Totul dally ut tendance,. ii,M; lunches
served, 7.84S; new members, 91; re-
liewuls, Til; number of socials, 21; num
ber of religious meetings, 28; attend-
ince at religious meetings, 9nl; con
versions, 10; night's lodging furnished
:(8; positions secured, 15;
places secured. Hi; pupils enrolled, gym
nasium, i:i; English, 29; writing, 17;
millinery, 17; needle-work, 24: dress
cutting, 8; Chautauqua. 1,7; liible, 4'!;
total, 294; girls given week's vacation,
PJ. The report was regarded as very
Attention! To the Public.
If you have purchased goods of us that
was not us represented cal ut UavMow
llros. We will make it satisfactory.
Tori u red Willi Klieuiuatlsnt tor a
Quarter of a Century.
Relief Came ut Last to the Patient
Sufferer How She Was Cured.
Sarah H. Smith, I'lnevllle, Pucks
County, Pa,, says: "1 was a great suf
ferer from rheumatism. 1 had the dis
ease for over twenty-live years, anil inn
torture I have undergone the past quar
ter of a century no pen could describe.
Kvery attack I had, my entire body was
racked with pain, and I was in n terri
ble condition. I tried doctor after doc
tor and every remedy that could be sug
gested, but ull with the same result.
None of them ever gave me the slight
est relief. 1 hud had the disease so
Ioiik that It had become chronic when
I began to use Munyon's Rheumatism
Cure. It was not long before I felt a
great deal better, and nfter using it a
short time the rheumatism left ine. I
huve not hud a trnce of it since, and
am convinced that I nm permanently
Munyon's Hhoumatlsm Cure is guar
anteed to cure rheumatism in any part
of the body. Acute or muscular rheu
matism cured In from one to live days.
It never fails to cure sharp, shooting
pains In the arms, legs, sides, back or
breast, or soreness In any part of the
body in from one to three hours. It is
guaranteed to promptly cure lameness,
Htlff and swollen joints, stiff back, and
all pains in the hips and loins. Chronic
rheumatism, sciatica, lumbago or pain
In the back are speedily cured.
Munyon's Homoeopathic Home Rem
edy Company, of Philadelphia, put up
speclfices for nearly every disease,
which are sold by all druggists, mostly
for 25 cents a bottle.
HAVE YOU SEEN
OUR PRETTY DISPLAY
OF PATTERN HATS AND
Every Hat displayed -in our
show room is in itself a , beauty.
Orders intrusted to us early in
the week will receive our most
exact attention. , '
H. LANGFELD, SUCCESSOR. .
324 Lackawanna Ave
RACKED WITH PAIN
NEWS OF THE SOUTH SIDE
... ' ... . , .
IliUiel htcpcnshl 011(1 iluhn KoDHSKl
rnttiA for Thcfr
Arresiui lur inui.
H - 'NEKAL Of J0HX DOUGHERTY
High .Mass of Requiem Celebrated at St.
John's Chureh and Interment Made in
Hyde Park Catholic Cemetery
Other Items of News.
Yesterday afternoon Michael Stepen
skl and his brother-in-law, John Ilo
busk!, were arrested by Couslabl.'
Thornton, of the Twentieth ward, on .1
warrant sworn out by Michael Judge,
of the firm of Mulherin & Judge, lum
ber dealers, charging them with steal
During the past two weeks many
pieces of lumber have been stolen from
j u house on Stone avenue, which is be
I ing erected by .Mulherin & Judge, ami
the firm found It necessary to employ
! a watchman at the building. Monday
evening the watchman secreted hini
; self und watched for the thieves. Short
ly belore midnight he, discovered the
two Poles on their regular visit to the
Tlie appearance of the watchman so
astounded them that they stood In
. amusement and udmltted their guilt,
i Uefore Alderman O'.Mulley they each
entered ball to appear ut court.
f uneral of John Dougherty.
The funeral of the Inte James Dough
erty took place from the family resi
dence on lrvins avenue yesterday
morning and was attended by a niulti
lU'le or friends. A solemn high muss
was Kiiug at St. John's church by Rev
Father Walsh, who preached an elo
quent funeral senium. He spoke con
solingly of the virtues and peaceful dls
position of tlie deceased. Resting on
the casket were muny beautiful floral
design. The remains were laid to rest
in Hyde I'ark Catholic cemetery.
General News Notes.
The Star Dancing class will conduct
a social at Gernmnla hall Nov. 14.
Michael Golden, of Palm street, leaves
today for a short visit with his parents
G. A. Miller, the Cedar avenue livery
man, received two handsome new
John Metiraw, u student at the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania, is visiting his
parents on South Washington avenue.
One evening last week the ehlckery
of Thomas Hanvlt. of Gibbons street,
wus entered by thieves und about
twenty choice fowl taken.
The Rushers Foot I '.all teum will line
up uuaiust the eleven reperesentlng the
i Scranton Business college on the Stlll-
wuter grounds Friday afternoon.
The funeral of Frank, the 4-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dolan, of
Genet (street, took place yesterday
afternoon. Rurlal was made in Mlnonka
The attendance ut St. Paul's church
fair lust evening was the largest tdlioe
the opening night. Many vulmiblc und
beautiful household articles were dis
posed of. This evening u musical pro
gramme will be one of the features.
RAN A WAV FROM HOME,
Tired AllentoMii Youngster M ante J Food
j There wandered Into the office of Mrs,
, Duggan, Associated Charities agent,
Monday a wan-faced lad about 10 years
i old, who said he was hungry and tired
and wanted aid.
j Later Investigation led to the belief
that the boy Is the same who ran away
from his home In Allentowii several
i weeks ago and whose description has
i been sent by circular to the police of
many cities. The lad gave the name of
Chnpln and appears slightly demented,
Ho you need glasses? J)o your eyes
hurt you? Come to us. We examine
eyes free of charge. Davldow Hros.
Seranton't business Interests.
TMKTKim .M! will soon publish a care
fully complied and classified list of :h
leading: wholesale, bunking, lnanufnctiir
Ing and professional Interests of Scran
ton and vicinity. The edition will be
bound In book form, beautifully lllustra-
ed with photogravure views of our pub-
He buildings, business blocks, streets,
etc., together with portraits of leading
citizens. No similar work hits ever given
an equal representation of Scrunton'
muny Industries. It will be an Invaluable
exposition of our business resources.
Sent to persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will at Hurt new com
ers and tie un unequalled advertisement
i of the city. The circulation is on a pl.in
that cannot fall of good results to those
concerned us well as the city nt Ian
Itepresentatlves of THK TUlUl'Mi will
cull upon TlUlSIO WHOBK NAMKS are
DKHIKKD In this edition and explain its
nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
In this edition will please leave notice at
On silverware we have no rhenp (foods,
but we have good goods clieap. lMivlilow
Pros., 217 Lueka. ave.
Gentlemen's Driving Club races Satr.'-
nay, 2 p. m.
Pillsbury's Flour Mills have a capacity
of liAPti barrels a day.
'03 Fruiued Pictnrng, latest subject,
iu beautiful Etchings, Kr craving
and Kial French Fac-Siiaik-N, Tuo
Frame Makers had to have mony.
We bought tho lot at our price and
mark tbvm so they will quickly
move out. Oyer 'M atyea of frames.
We only quote a few:
YixW White and Gold 19c
Hx' White and UoUl or Solid Oak 49c
30x24 Solid Oak 69o
MU White ami (Jolil 98o
Rexford Jewelry Co,
Blank and Miscellaneous Books,
Photograph mid Scrap Albums,
Teacher ami Family Bibles, Pic
tures for Wedding Gilts, Gold
Pens, Fine Stationery and Writ
PRATT STATIONARY - STORE
312 Lackawanna Avenue.
M FAIR FACE CAXX0T ATONE FOB AX
INTIDY HOISE." VSE
SHAl'X KIII E LAST MU1IT.
Received with Much Eu.thuslusm at the
'Shaun Rhue" was produced at the
Frolhlngham last night in a manner
that called forth the warmest applause.
In the title role Mr. Murphy was
equally us clever as he had been on the
previous night In "The Kerry Gow,"
und his company gave him splendid
Hetween the acts the election returns,
local and general, were read from the
stage and were awaited with quite as
much Interest ns the development of I
he plot ofthe play.
The driving Park
lots will bo opened to thn public some
day next week. The date will be given In
Tribune later, liest ' facilities offered,
such as street railways, gas and water,
etc. Watch The Tribune for the date ot
The SKMUkl School House
for Columbia uvenue has been lid and will
lie commenced immo.lmtely. There are
still u few more lots left at a low price.
I Mliee, Theater Lobby.
No W or 7"c. pickle castors, but pickle
castors of lirst quality goods, can be hinl
at Davlilow Uros. '
There Is a
to know you can replace
it at a moment s notice
such pieces as get broken.
ou don t have to buy a
whole set, but can select
such pieces as you need.
e have one pattern in
La Belle China,
But you need not buy the
full set, if you don't need
it, thereby reducing the
price to suit your purse.
II6 WYOMING AVENUE.
because the Children Wear
Out lots of shoes, but drop iu
nnd look at our "Oil Uoilgolu"
shoes for misses and children.
Ana wnon the children are
wearing out shoes it's pretty
sure they don't need medicine
Then Again Our
Shoes Arc Cheaper
U1030 "UH HOlliruias ' nre
the kind that have good soles,
throw off water and civo you
about hall more service for
your money than you usually
Lace or Button. Ladies'
Shoes in tho same quality.
YOUR SHOE MAN,
410 Spruce Street.
Ave not alike. Some would rather
be nick, loe several days' work and
pay a doctor bill than pay half the
money spent that way for a good
Other meu who buy cheap Mackin
toshes because the prico is low, but in
a week they will be;ln to leak and you
might as well hnvo none. It pays to
nay a litt e more uud get a good one.
We have them nt all prices.
Dont let people say you nre one of the
Uiristian, tlie Hatter, 412
cpiutc: en. iiuu uj iauK. me,
Instruments In every sense of the term
as applied to Plnnos.
Exceptional In holding their original ful
nea of tone.
NEW YORK WAREHOUSE. No. 80
1 113 Adama Avo.,!New Telephone Bdg
LARGE VARIETY, GOOD STYLES AND LOW PRICES.
We want to show you
MEN'S STRICTLY ALL
. Colors, Grey, Black
308 LACKAWANNA AVE.
I lie rash loin
I IIS FOR THIS
50 pieces highly colored Plaids, double -widths,
25 pieces Fancy Eiderdowns, for Children's
Cloaks, worth 29c. -
100 pairs 1 1 -4
WE INVITE YOUR
THE DICKSON PVIANUFACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE.
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boiler
uniQTiMO ftwn DiiwiDiwn Munuswrrcv
ON THE FENCE."
Soon lie ovor the soason for ridintr. It
you want a blcyrlf now i ttio tlmo to Ki-t
It. W aiv i li'iirliiK ip nil stock, nnd will
Itlve you such a chance us you never hud
liefori. One ot our Iuii'kuIiim.
A KIrwt-clusH, HlKh CJrudo SIM lileyclo
llrinit your -unh ami GET OFF T1112
CLARENCE H. FLOREY,
Successor to Floroy & Holt.
FALL AND WINTER
...t" " "
SEE THESE FOR LADIES.
Indies' Fine Button Shoes
Ladies' Fine Donejola, Opera
Ladics piue Donola, Phila.
SEE THESE FOR MEN
Men offend standing in this town aro
slandini; In our shoes: thats why
"stand good" and walk with comfort.
Men's Fine Buft Lace or
Men's Fine Satm Calf
Lace or Congress, at
Men's Genuine Calf Lace
or Congress, at
All Shapes of Toes.
137 AND 139
and Oxford Mixed.
3G8 LACKAWANNA AVE.
INSPECTION TO OUR
for the Week.
PA., Manufacturers of
General Office: SCRANTON, PA.
133 FRANKLIN AVE.
Wo aro now iloliifr u general Drue, Faint
and OH business nt the above locution,
duiliiK tho erection of our store building
recently destroyed by lire.
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
Om TELEPHONE CALL, NO. S2I(
All ordors promptly tilled and delivered, itf
any part ot tho city.
133 FRANKLIN AVENUBi
Don't spend more money than 3 oil
i That means: Conic here foP your"
We prepared an immense stock
of fine Full Footwear, from which
every member of the fam:ly can ho
While worthy styles ami rcliahla
makes alone arc represented, never
theless this fall the feet of men and
women, hoys and girls, is tripping
to the merry jingle of cheapness.
toe, patent leather tip,
',', '.- J .V
S. L. GALLEN