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THE SCJiANTOX .TKUtUXE SATUIiDAV MOIiNlXCi, ' MOVKMISEH 10, lS'J-J.
l lii' Sill: Department is teeming ttUti
the choicest Silks ol ilie present sea
son, at prices beyond the reach of com
petition. Prices have been descending
during the past two years, and we
have . moved along with the current
while other merchants have stood still.
This explains why we offer only new
goods at bargain prices.
24-INCH FAILLE 85C, WORTH $1.10.
24-INCH ROYAL ARMURE 89C, WORTH $1.15.
21-INCH ROYAL ARMURE $1.00, WORTH $1.35
21-INCH SATIN DUCHESSE88C, WORTH $1.10.
23- INCH SATIN DUCHESSE $1.12, WORTH $1.50
21-INCH SATIN LUZOR 90C, WORTH $1.25.
24- INCH SATIN LUZOR $1.35, WORTH $1.50.
21-INCH GROS GRAIN 85C, WORTH $1.25.
24-INCH GROS GRAIN, $1.10, WORTH $1.50.
21-INCH SATIN RHADAMA 85C, WORTH $1.25.
Kight up to date in all the
All colors, including even
21-inch, 25c.; worth 35c.
No old stock, please remember.
Every garment we show illus
trates the best ideas' of the best
makers we know. Fashionable
colors; fashionable trimmings,
and prices guaranteed to be
lower than those of any other
"412 Spruce St., Scranton.
tr. ResvA la now fully establishel at
12 Spruce itreet. Scranton. He has per
formed soma wonderful cures and has
lialnd the confidence of the public. He
has come to STAY and will remain PER
MANENTLY at his Spruce street parlors.
He has had long and varied experience in
hospital and private practice and treats
all acute and chronic diseases of men, wo
men and children.
c.fl.vnefex'.fneiti8oenr.-Free of Charge
No one is turned away.
He, with his assistants, treat all dis
eases of the nervous system, diseases of
the eye, ear, nose and throat, dyspepsia,
rheumatism, lost vitality, premature
Weakness or decay In both sexes, nervous
debility, catarrh, tumors, cancers, erup
Tolm, blood poisoning, fits, epllepsv, In
discretion and errors of youth, iostman
hood, eczema, scrofula, St.- -Vitas' dance,
asthma, diseases of the heart, lungs, liver,
kidneys, bladder, stomach, etc.
YOUNG MEN POSITIVELY CURED
, Offer to thc-Publlc for Cuturrli.
Any one suffering wilh Catarrh who
Wishes to be permanently, quickly and
cheaply cured may receive three months'
treatment for only FIVE DOLLARS. The
tioctor has discovered a ppecltlc for this
dreaded disease. You can treat and cure
yourself and fHmlly with it at home. It
never fulls to cure. A trial treatment
OFFICE HOVRS-Dally 9 a. m. to 9 p.
m. ; Sundays, 10 to 12 and 3 to 4.
Take Elevator in Christian's Hat Store,
Remember the name and number.
' 112 Spruce St., Scranton.
Window Shades and
. All the Latest Designs.
J. Scott Inglis
419 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
(our doors above Wyoming House.
j .." Mothers !. Mothers!!. Mothers.! ! !
Mr. Wtnslotv's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
jnotnere tot their children While Teething,
'With perfect success. It sooths the child,
oftens the gums., allays all pain; cures
wind colic, and is the best remedy Tor di
arrhea. Sold by druggists In every part
or the world, Be sure and ask for "Mrs,
Window's Soothing Hyrup," and take no
ether kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle,
NEWS OFJHIS VICINITY
This afternoon at 2.30 o'clock will oc
cur the funeral of the late William U.
Lewis. Service will be conducted at
the residence, iSl South Church street,
ty Rev. D. L. Davis.
Hiss Flora Allen, of Forest City, was
the guest of .Miss Charlotte Giles, of
Lincoln avenue, yesterday.
The horse owned by Dr. II. C, Wheel
er caused considerable excitement on
Salem avenue yesterday afternoon by
taking a run up the avenue.
The Pound Cake club fcelebrated the
tenth year of Its organization last even
ing at the home of Miss Lizzie Scurry,
on Wyoming mtreet,
Mr. and Mr, John Harvey, of Canaan
street, are visiting friends hi Water
town, N. Y.
Tin? friends of Charles A. Ho 11. of Kl
mlra, X. Y a former Carbondale resi
dent, will undoubtedly regret to learn
that on account of poor health he will
be obliged to spend the winter In Cali
fornia. Last evening a cottajre prayer meet
ing was held at the residence of Her
man Faatz, at 21 Khkett street.
The Alhambia Social club are making
extensive preparations for their social,
which will be held In Keystone hall on
Henry J. Borehers died tut 10 o'clock
Thursday evening at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Amos Hurd, on Canuan
street, at the ripe age of 8ft yours. le
ceased is survived by three daughters
and three' hour: l.ymun, of Warren
county; Mrs. Eugene Saunders, of Clin
ton; Frank J., of Michigan, Holland, of
Waymart; Mrs. Henry Cramer, of Ulng
hamlot(, and Mrs. 'Hurd. of this city.
Funeral w ill be held on Sunday morn
ing at St o'clock from the residence, S4
Canaan street, after which the remains
will be taken to Honesdale and Interred
in mversiue cemetery.
The funeral services over .the remains
of the 5-months-old son of Mr. and Mr
Peter. Yednock, of Slyipson, were" held
yesterday and Interment was made In
St. Hose cemetery, tills city.
Mis. j: Wallace Allen and family,
who ha,ve been , visiting the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1'. S. Joslin, of
Washington street, left yesterday for
Buffalo, X. Y., where they will reside
In the future.
Yesterduy afternoon A. L. Sahm and
Charlie Smith, of the Columbia Hose
company, Were out with the company's
horse and wagon collecting the mer
chants' donations to the firemen's fair.
The following Is the programme for
the convention to be held in the Baptist
hurch next Wednesday, Nov. 11, by the
Jefferson Branch union, Young People's
society of Christian Kndeavor: Morn
ing session Lender, Kov. John Davis
10.30, devotional exercises; 10.40, address
of welcome, Rev. L. W. Church; W.JO,
anthem, choir; 11, response, Kev. O.
Boughton, Susyuehanna; 11.10, congre
gational singing; 11.15, roll call of so
cieties; 11.30, business; 12, adjournment,
Afternoon session Leader, Rev. W.
MeArthur, Jackson, Pa.; 2, praise and
devotional service; 2.25, address, "Our
Souls in the Work," Mrs. T. A. Hughes,
of Montrose; 2.40, singing, "Scatter Sun
shine; 2.45, address, "Power from on
High," Rev. John Davis; S, congrega
lional singing; 3.05, address, "Likes and
Dislikes In Christian Endeavor Work,
W. W. Adair, secretary of the Railroad
ouiigifen's CIVHstlaff association; 8.20,
duet, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Lowry, of F.Ik
Gate. Pa.; 8.25, address, "Common
oemse in Our Work," Rev. J. S. Cromp'
ton; 3.40, a model meeting of Junior
endeavors; 4, tjuestion box. Rev. If.
Crone, of l.'nlondule. Ph.; 4.30, ad
Evening session Leader, P. B. Ken
nedy, of Forest City; 7.15, song service;
7.30, essay,' "Our Field and the Work."
Miss Frances Race, of Holllstervllle,
Pa.: 7.4o, address, "The Spiritual Life
of Endeavors," B. A. Bauman, of Ring.
hamtnn: 8, male quartette; S.05, ad
dress, "The Open Switch," Mr. Pearsull,
secretary of the Railroad Young Men's
Christian association, Scranton; S.L'h,
solo, Mrs. S. ii:. Lowry; fcl.25, address,
The Rest We Have," J. T. Bull; of
Honesdale; 8.45, consecration service,
leader. Rev. T. P. Jepson. Curbondulo:
Mrs. John Davis, organist; Ben Buu
man, chorister. Bring gospel hymns
a and 0. All are cordially Invited.
The second quarter or the school year
commences Monday. Many new stu
dents have already registered and taken
the entrance examinations. The pros
pecta are that there will be an unusuul
ly lurge attendance nest quarter.
The mock, election, held by the Cur
rent Topic league Wednesday after
noon, was a decided success. The eleC'
Hon was conducted as nearly us possi
ble according to the Baker ballot law
and all who participated received much
practical of this law. The result showed
that the Republican avalanche has even
reached those who are Juniors In the
sight of the hiw. Out of forty-four votes
cast for governor, seven were for Haw
ley (Pro.), ten for Slngerly (Dem.), and
seventeen for Hastings (Rep.). With
but one exception every student voted
a straight ticket.
Examinations are the order of the
Parties who are Interested In the
academy will find an Interesting artlclo
on institution and faculty in the Elmlra
Journal for October.
The entertainment given lust Friday
evening by Misses Long and Acken was
a rare treat. Tne programme, wnicn
we gavelast week, was rendered in an
excellent manner, and every number
brought forth the hearty applause of
the audience. After the entertainment
many adjourned to the ladles' parlor
and spent ft social hour in conversation
A class in astronomy will be organ-
ized next term. . ',
The ladles of Bryant Literary society
will soon occupy their new rooms.
The citizens of this place are request
ed to attend a meeting In Fadden'
hall this evening at 8 o'clock for the
purpose of agreeing upon a location foi
the proposed borough building.
Frank O'Hoyle, of Archbnld, called
on his brother, John O'Boyte, yester
- Cross walks and sidewalks are need
ed In this place.
. Thomas Grler was In Scranton yes
terday. . , '"'"" "'
The entertuinnten1' for the uenefi?'
tho new Dickson ePurc" wa a success
both socially -; ImanelnHy, although
the lnclemehcy ot tne weuther deprived
manv nn-e 'rora bplff t"Pre. Much
credit Is ti"1 lhe '""uagers of the affair
and those1 WPW were greatly
pleased v' lth ,the ""fcrtainment. Much
praise Is ue Wlsa 0rnce Wllllomfl, who
gave a r-'dtatlOH entitled "My Sister's
Mlstaktf ?he w. that she
was enuc" """r IBCl " Who took
part in the exercises acquitted them
selves creditably, .
Patrick MeXally, the young man who
was Injured In Old Forge mines Wed
nesday, had his leg amputated Thurs
day. Urs. Seaman and $ ler performed
Mrs. H. J, Brockelman, formerly a
resident of this place, but now of Clin
ton, Mass., is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Hugh Jennings, the renowned base
ball player, was a visitor in Scranton
Miss Ella Gibbons has returned home
from a two weeks' visit with friends in
The funeral of Robert Marrow, the
oung man who wus killed In Mudtown
haft Wednesday,' took place from ills
late home In Starck's patch yesterday
Mrs. fleorge Tregnllis Is In PeclcvUIe
at the bedside. of her brother, David
Stearns, who Is blng dangerously ill
Mrs. Charles Snyder and daughter,
Edith, are conllncd to-the house with
Misses Carrie Seberhlnes and F.mma
Mosteller attended the Epworth league
Thomas Howells hud one finger on his
right hand amputated Monday. Dr.
Burlington was the attending physi
Charles Wlllard has sold out his milk
oute to John Buzzard. ,
Frank (.It-over - was serenaded by
friends and admirers Thursday evening.
Xevr-r In the history of Marry town
ship was there so much enthusiasm
lispiayed with regard to the borough
government as there was ut the citi
zen's mass meeting at Fierstehi's hull
on Thursday evening. The people oi
Duryea begin to realize that they are
practically speaking without any gov
ernment whatever, and that tho time
has come when something must be done,
Several meetings have been held in Cli
ent parts of the town during the
past month In order that every citizen
and property owner might 'have an
opportunity to express his opinion on
the matter; und It is was evident from
the Interest manifested that the sentl
ment of the people Is In faVor of be
Ing incorporated Into a borough. The
following committee was appointed:
Chairman, J. J. Sampson, F. B. Dills,
William I.ugg, John Ward, 'Squire Gil
boy, 'Squire Motiskl, Michael Cleary,
James Flynn and Captain J. W. Burns.
These gentlemen will meet at the oflice
of 'Squire (illboy on Thursday evening,
Nov. la. at 8 o clock, to decide upon
what course to pursue and to hmke all
other necesssary arrangements pertain
ing to the proposed new borough.
Mrs. James Walsh, the mother of
Miss Anna D., the principal of our pub
lie schools, Is reported to be seriously
The Adonis Social club have decided
to give a grand hop to their friends on
Tuesday evening at the Pullman hall
The admission fee will be 25 cents.
iV child of Frank Kashuba is very
Mrs William Stevenson, of Sayre, Pa.,
Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George E.
Rev. A. Bergen IJrowe will till the
pulpit at the Baptist church next Sun
day morning' at 10.30, and In the evening
E. Andrews, of Rlnghamton, was. a
visitor here last Thursday.
Rev. John Wlntch will hold Services
at the (Fred Methodist church next
Sunday morning at 10.20.
Arthur SnVIth, of Benton, is visiting
friends in the borough.
George E. Beemer, of the Hillside
Furm, and Eugene Kleburg, f Scroti
ton, were callers here last Thursday.
Rov. F. 11. Parson, of tho Methodist
Episcopal church. will hold services
next Sunday ut 10.30 u. m. The Epworth
league will meet at 7 p. m.
Mrs. William Blake, of Alleiitown, X
J., Is the guest of Mr. und Mrs. George
Miss Katie M. Maglone is visiting
friends at Providence.
Mr.'and Mrs. E. F. Lelgliton, who
have been the guests of Mrs. Andrew
Bedford, have returned to Rlnghamton
George Doty Is on a business trip in
Xew York state.
Oysters raw, stewed and fried, at the
Martin, Ruid's "Little Delmonlco."
M. Shark Mas in Scranton Friday.
H. Youens. J. Stokes und E. Curr, of
Scranton, were In Mayfield yesterday
M. Crippen, of Olyphant, was a May
field visitor Friday morning;
Attorney F. T. Okell made a business
visit here yesterday. '
J. B. Hovt. of Simpson & Watkins'
store, 13 In Bunalo.
Kdward Masters, of Jennyn, called
on H. J. DeGraw yesterday.
Frank Histed, of Carbondale, called
on friends at this place Friday after
Conductors Harvey and Copeland, of
Carbondale, were In MayhVld Thursday
afternoon trying to find a Democrat,
Tirey report poor success.
J. W. Eaton, foreman of the Mayfield
section of the Delaware and Hudson, is
one of the most successful fishermen
In this section.
How to Finish Henry.
From tho Chicago Tribune.
When Henry George's theories have be
subjected to the test of actual experiment
there will be an ena to rienry ueorgeism
, Jfi. A. J. .Davenport
Caused large. Beile a mr face and neck,
I was told to take Rood' !SarsiipilUi taitbfuV
flellent aeai. A. it iu vKroKT. yilton, N..J.
8 Pl)s ire purely voc'ble and U
, palu M pipe, in I box. s-a.
MEN ALWAYS TIRED
rtrs. Henry Ward Beecher Says She
tut Half a Dozen Woiueii Who
Were Thorougulj Well.
Koutlne of DonKvtic Taks Ovjr
drains Their Nervous Force.
'Among all niy friends and the num
ber of my acquaintances has neces
sarily rather large," says Mrs. Henry
Ward Beeeher. "I can recall but half
dozen thoroughly well women."
So many, in order to obtain the repu-
atiou of being good housewives, work
;rom morning till night, cooking, swtep-
ig and overhauling. '
"What would the house look like,"
they ask, "if I were not constantly look
ing after it?"
It would certainly look a good deal
more homelike if the wife and the
mother kept her health and high spirits
Instead of growing old and careworn
from the struggle with dust und the
eglect of their tired, aching nerves,
and pain watery blood that dally be
comes inure and more badly nourished.
it Is not the healthy weariness of
muscle ami. brain, so easily forgotten
after a good night's sleep; but it is the
weariness that remains t 111' morning,
nd follows one through the day, thut
' ' MRS. E. t.. WING.
should cause anxiety and a desire for
When the nerves and the blood have
thus become so badly nourished and
the strength thus reduced, food food
appropriate for building up the nervous
Issue and rest, are the plain an,d sim
ple means, in fact, the only means ol re
storing vigor and health. All the ma
terial so urgently needed by the million
of exhausted nerve cells and by the thin,
depleted blood are found in that re
markable lnvlgorator, that food for the
brain und nerves, Pulne's celery, com
pound. It fills the nervous and muscu
lar tissues all over the body 'with the
meuns of rapid growth, the blood gains
new red corpuscles and grows ruddy
and capable of thoroughly feeding the
body. The strength returns, and head
aches, dyspepsia, neuralgia und nervous
blllty disappear when the tone of the
system has been thus raised ana the
body abundantly supplied with fresh,
life-giving blood. 1
i'he very first week in which this per
fect nerve food, Pulne's celery com
pound, is conscientiously employed it
Will declare its tonic effect by the feei
ng of returning strength, a marked in1
crease In the appetite, lreeuotn , irorn
pain and depression.
Palne's celery compound cures radi
cally and permanently rheumatism,
heart -wealcni'Srt, diseases-of the liver
and the kidneys, and encourages the
excretory oigans to r-.vpii whatever
Impure humors there may be In the
btood. This Is evident by the healthier,
dearer condition of the skin thut phy
sicians suy invuiiably follows when
they presdbe Pulne's celery compound;
as they so commonly do where the body
needs building up and when recovery
is slow after acute diseases.'
Here is the experience of Miv.'E. I..
Wing, of Putney, Vt told in lu rown
I had been ufhicted with rheuma
tism and neiiralgiu for many years, in
a year and a half I have taken eight
bottles of Palne's oel-ry compound
and have not been so free from 'these
troubles in fifteen yeurs as 1 utn now. I
advise ail who are aflllcted In any way
GREAT BANKRUPT SALE OF
l ine v loinmq Kianaa
CENTS FSRhIShIHCS, HATS, ETC.
Bought at Sheriff's Sale.
The stock of the llytle Park Hat and Clothing Store
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 Big Bargains in Clothing and Furnishings.
Boys' Pants, i v. j , js';iilh!' 1 Bovs' Waists!
Sale at Hyde
8ION OF THE
Look for the Sign:
with "rheumatism or neuralgia to use
Patne's celery compound.
"For the nerves, and tired feelings, I
think It Is the best dose of ambition that
I have ever found. Before I had taken
one bottle I felt almost like another per
son. Other medicines huve given me
only temporary, relief.' But the com
pound ha done ine more permanent
good' than the doctors or any other
medicine, and I can hardly feel grateful
enough for the benefit that I have de
rived from Its use." '
Mri and Mrs. D. R. Lathrop are re
joicing oyer the arrival of a son last
The Ladles' Aid society of the Metho
dist Episcopal church elected the fol
lowing named officers last Wednesday:
President, Mrs. Joseph G. Bell; record
ing secretary, Mrs.; F. P. Doty; assist
ants, Mrs. G. A. Megargel; finance sec
retary, Mrs. George Treverton; treas
urer, -Mrs. F. L. Taylor; assistant, Mrs.
William Johns; first vice president, Mrs.
E. M. Barber; second vice president,
Mrs. W. W. Peck; third vice president,
Mrs. John English; fourth vice presi
dent, Mrs. Thomas Pope: fifth vice
president, Mrs. S. M. Kogers; sixth vice
president. Mrs. William Page: execu
tive committee. Mrs. Z. P. Travlss, Mrs.
Jennie Frear, Mrs. D. E. Stearns, Mrs.
W. W. Peters, Mrs. John Slpe, Mrs.
Joseph York. This society has done
considerable work the past year and
earned $5-7 besides giving away over
$50 to charity.
Mis. Agnes Cunningham prest-ntod.
her brother, Joseph G. Bell, last -Monday
with a pocket book, which was an
old family relic and contained a selec
tion of different kinds of old coins, as a
Blakely council, Junior Order Cnltcd
Amerclan Mechanics, will uttend di
vine services at the Baptist church to
morrow evening. The pastor, Kev. W.
J. Guest, will conduct the service. An
Invitation is extended to members of
sister lodges to be present.
Everything passed oft very quietly
here on election day, and the boys ull
feel very jubilant over the result.
' Kiehard, the 6-year and 2-months old
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Bell, died
at their home (at Grassy yesterday
morning after twenty-four hours sick
ness of black fever. The funeral will
be held today. Interment in Prospect
George Snooks is suffering from dlph
The little daughter of Mrs. John
Whltlc is-slowly improving after an at
tack of Inflammation on the lungs.
"Mett McKune" was In town yester
Harry Gillespie, for several years con
nected with the store of H. J. Tiffany, is
soon to go to New York to accept a po
sition In the milk business.
The Ladles' Working Guild of the
Milford Grange will hold an oyster sup
per at the hall on Wednesday evening,
T. E. Moxley, of Blnghu'mton, was In
town this week calling on friends.
Thek Ladles Working Guild of the
Presbyterian church will give a Thanks
giving dinner In their lecture room from
1 to 3 o'clock p. m.
About three Inches of snow fell yes
terday a continuation of the Republi
can storm which originated In New
York state Tuesday.
Mrs. B.'F. Williams, of Mansfield. Pa.,
Is visiting at the residence of i . B. Tart
The Misss Jennie and Ellen Fagan
have returned from a visit umong
friends In New York.
Charles Bronson, of Binghamton, is
visiting friends In town.
Mrs.. David Evans, of Olyphant, was
the guest of relatives this week.
Mr. und Mrs. Lewis Ediiall returned
home on Wednesday from' a three
weeks' visit In Shlckshlnny and vicin
ity. Alfred Avery, of King's Ferry, X.' Y.,
has accepted a position us clerk In the
store of M. V. Stark.
' Mrs. Hoblnson Martin was a visitor
to Scranton on Wednesday.
John Dills opened his new grocery
store this week.
Peter Kichards and Miss Mary Bur
nett were married on Wednesday ut
the home of her aunt, Mrs, John Johns,
in Duryea. Kev. J. L. Lindermuth of
as we must vacate the store,
best. You can't afford to miss
Sale at Hyde
BELL, 7 ' '
leaders of; low prices;- v
S T T N
400-402 Lackawanna Avenue.
Chenille Table Covers
6-4 Chenille Cover,' $1.00 each; reduced from $1.25
We also carry the 4-4 and 8-4 sizes.
An endless line of patterns. The low prices will as
Black and Gold, White
Cloth Screens. ,
Unfilled Oak Screen
75c, 90c, $1.25, $1.50
Great Bargains. -. .
KERR & SIEBECKER
406 AN D 408 LACKA. AVE. .
Branch at Carbondale. ,
. In Java the bride washes the groom's feet as a' token
of subjection. .
In Hungary, at one time, the groom gave the bride
a kick for the same purpose during the wedding cere
mony. " ' v
Horseback weddings, where groom and bride ride at
full speed away from their pursuing attendants, are
still somewhat seen in Tartary.
Among the Borneo head hunters a youug mall, in
offering marriage to a j'ouug woman, had to present
her with the head of a man killed by himself. "
Tournefort says ''that among Greek rustics today?
the bride and groom run the gauntlet of young folks or
their acquaintauces,who kick and cuff them as they pass
In Scranton and vicinity, where the wedding is al
ways such an enjoyable affair, the Economy Furniture
Co.'s aid is invoked to perpetuate the gladness of the
bride and groom by a luxuriously furnishel; home,
supplied by their Peerless Credit System. ' .
nnPD A clock with $50.00 ,
purchases or over.
and Gold and Light Colore,
and $2.50 each. These are
A dinner set, 100 pieces, 'with
$75.00 purchases or over,
FINEST I 111 1
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