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THE SCKANTOX TKlliUXE ITESDAY MOIiXlXG, NOVEMBEPt la, 1891.
The Silk Department is teeming with
the choicest Silks, of the present sea
son, at prices beyond the reach of com
petition. Prices have been descending
durinsj the past two years, and we
have moved along with the current
while other merchants have stood still.
This explains why we otter only new
goods at bargain prices.
24-INCH FAILLE 85C, WORTH $1.10.
24-INCH ROYAL AIW1URE 89C, WORTH $1.15.
21-INCH ROYAL RRHiURE $1.00, WORTH $1.35
21-INCH SUIN DUCHESSE88C, WORTH $1.10.
23- INCH S1TIN DUCHESSE $1.12, WORTH $1.50
21-INCH SUIN LUZ0R 90C, WORTH $1.25.
24- INCH SATIN LUZ0R $1.35, WORTH $1.50.
21-INCH GR0S GRAIN 85C, WORTH $1.25.
24-INCH GR0S GRAIN, $1.10, WORTH $1.50.
21-INCH SATIN RHA0AMA 85C, WORTH $1.25.
Right up to date in all the
All colors, including eveif
21-inch, 25c., worth 35c.
No old stock, please remember,
livery garment we show illus
trates the best ideas of the best
- makers we know . Fashionable
colors, fashionable trimmings,
iinil prices guaranteed to be
lower than those of any other
412 Sprnce St., Scranton. '
Tr. T. r-vm I now fully established nt
412 Spl-iii c Htrwt, Scriinton. Ho Iihs lr
JoriiU'il srarii' womli'ifnl riircs and linn
Kitined tin' I'onlldunrp of the pulilii-. Hi
him coini' to tttiiy ami will roiimin l'Klt
iWANKNTLV at Ills Hiruce Hlrtt-t parlors.
He ha had Ioiik anil varied I'XiJi'i ii niv In
hospital and private praith'K ami treatH
all acute and chronic diseases of men, wo
men und children.
Ho Klvr-H ndvlee, services and examina
tions FREW UV CHANGE. No one in
. Ho. wlih his assistants, treat all dis
ease of the iihi'voiih system, diseases of
the eye. eur, nose und throat, dyspepsia,
rheumatism, lost vitality, premature
weakness or decay In both sexes, nervous
debility, catarrh, tumors, cancers, erup
tions, blood poisonlnK, fits, epilepsy. In
discretions and errors of youth, lost man
hood, eczema, scrofula. St. Vtas' dance,
asthma, diseuses of the hcuit, lungs, liver,
kidney, bladder, atomuch, etc.
YOUNG MEN POSITIVELY CURED
Offer to the Public for Catarrh.
Any one Buffering with Catarrh who
wishes 10 ue permanently, quickly and
ehenply cured may receive three mnntha'
treatment for only FIVE DOLLAKS. Tho
doctor has discovered u speclllo for this
dreaded disease. You can tieat and cure
yourself nud l'umlly with H at home, ft
never falls to cure. A trial treutment
OKFICB HOfRS-Dally 9 a. m. to 9 p.
m.; Sundays, lu to 12 and 2 to 4.
Take olevator In Christian's Hat Store,
Remember tho name and numht r.
: 412 SPRUCE STREET, SCRANTON.
Window Shades and
: All the Latest Designs.
J. Scott Inglis
419 LACKAWANNA AVENUE..
tour doors above Wyoming House,
NEWS OF IBIS VICINITY
Misses Lydia Perkins, Flora Keith
and Leonora Hnrtree and A.. A. Davis,
were visitors at the Wyoming confer
ence, Epworth league, rally at the Simp
son Methodist Episcopal church on the
West Side Thursday und Friday last.
John 13. Sharps, of Wyoming:, was a
visitor at the home of our townsmun,
B. F. Cfiurtriifht, on Thursday last.
Mrs. W. H. Smith, who has been very
sick, Is now convalescing. Mr. Smith
was sorely afflicted by the loss of his
Kged mother by death from pneumonia.
She was buried at Dnllon on Thurs
Fred Spencer and Fred Mulvey, of
Thompson, were ctillors at tho licini? of
A. A. Davis lust week.
Considerable Interest is being uhuwn
in the local Epworth rally to be held
with Chapter 11,281, of this place, on
Friday and Saturday of this week,
below will ha found the programme,
which shows quite a list of excellletit
topics: On Friday, the 10th, from 4.30
to 5.u0 p. in., reception of delegates.
Friday evening ti.20, devotional ser
vices; C.45, address of Welcome, II. S.
Stone, President Epworth league, of
Clark's Green; response, Rev. J. C.
Johnson, of Bald Mount; anthem by tho
choir; 7.30, address. Rev. S. , Jay Aus
tin, of Wiillsvllle; anthem by tho choir;
soclul half hour. Saturday mornlinr,
Nov. 17 9 JO, devotional love feast. Rev.
J. C. Johnson; 0.15, report of conference
rally at Scranton, Miss Lydia Perkins,
of Clark's Summit; it. 30, essays, "Why
Ought I to Be an Epworth Leaguer,''
Miss Ella Mumford, of Waverly, 1'u ;
"Some Essential Factors In Successful
League Work," Miss Cora Dorsheinier;
"What Have We Accomplished?" Miss
Emma Coon, of Clark's CJreen; "Yh:it
Literary Work Is l'racticablo 'n our
Leagues," Miss Luella Frace, of Clark's
Green; lit, discussions; singing; 10..M,
paper, "The Uirth of the; Epworth
League," Professor J. W. Dorsheinier,
of Schullzvllle; singing; business moot
ing; dinner ut 12.15. Saturday after
noon, Xov. 17 l.'W, praise service, Rev.
C. II. Xewlng, of Mill City; L4r,, essays,
"Aim of the Epworth League," Mrs. F.
II. Parsons, of Waverly, Pa.; "The Re
lation of Epworth League Chapters to
Each Other and to the Church, and
How Best to Obtain These Results,"
Miss Minnie Hortree, of Clark's Sum
mit; "Various Plans of League Work,"
Rev? J. C. Johnson, of Bald Mount;
singing by Misses Berthu Beatty and
Bessie Mullinex, of Clark's Green; 2.1j,
question box; discussions; singing by
Misses Belle and Eleanor Blesecker,
of Bald Mount; 2.30, address, "Elements
of Strength in the Epworth League,"
Rev. J. G. Ecklnun, presiding elder of
the Wyoming district, of Scranton: con
secration service;' doxology; benedic
tion. Each Epworth league is Invited
to send at least throe delegates. All
will be provided for. Bring "Epworth
Mrs. B. T. Stanton, with her children,
will return to their home In Bnzeman,
Montana, on Wednesday of this week,
having shortened her stay among her
friends on account of sickness and the
Inclemency of the weather.
The new church now begins to take
form and, withal, size.
The third quarterly meeting and con
ference will be held next Saturday, the
quarterly conference commencing at 4
o'clock p. m. The meeting will be held
at Waverly on Sunday morning. Rev.
J. G. Eckman will preach In the Metho
dist church of Clark's Green on Sunday
evening next. ,
John Bray, of Plttston, was a caller
in this town yestorday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rundle, of Nich
olson, were visitors In this borough
The employes of the Taylor, Fyne and
Ilolden mines were paid on Saturday
for the month of October.
Mrs. David T. Davis, of Main street,
was visiting friends in Providence yes
terday. William Whitman, of Scranton. called
on his many friends here yesterday.
Weber's rink was opened on Saturday
evening for roller skating. The Taylor
Silver Cornet band discoursed pleasing
music at Intervals) during the skating.
This amusement can be indulged in
every Saturday evening from now until
the close of the winter.
Archie Jones, of Prlcevlllo, was visit
ing friends in this place yesterday.
Tho long-lnoked-for souvenir social,
to be given by the Voting Ladles' soci
ety of the Calvary Baptist church, will
be hold on Wednesday evening, of this
At a regular business meeting of the
Price Library association, held at their
hall on Friday evening, the following
ollleeiH were elected for the ensuing
term: Ltuils Rclnhart, president; H. J
Daniels, vice president; Fred Wlnslow,
treasurer; John Richards, recording
secretary; Miss Jettle Wlnslow, finan
cial secretary: David S. Harris, libra
rlaii; Miss Edith Price, Evan G. Wat
kins' and John R. Thomas, assistant
librarians; Louis Reed, Frank Decker,
Wlllet Decker. August Reinhart and
flomer Davis, trustees; John Thomas,
The funeral of Mrs. Johni. who died
on Thursday last, was held from her
late home on the corner of Main and
Ridge, Saturday afternoon. Interment
was made in the Hollenbaek cemetery
Mrs. Grac-i Weizer-Davls, of Jetsey
City, occupied the pulpit at the Method
ist Episcopal church yesterday morning,
Mrs. Davis Is a noted woman evangelist
who lias been engaged in evangelistic
work for a number of years, and who
has preached in many large cities of
this country with remarkable success.
She Is an eloquent speaker and pos
sesses the power to sway an audience
ulmost'at her will. She also exeerlsen,
to a wonderful degree, the power of
making people lend much better lives
after listening to her simple, but truth
ful, doctrines, and this town will un
doubtedly be greatly benefited by
her stay Here, which will continue
during this week. The revival, which
she will conduct, will be held at the
Methodist church, and the services will
commence at ".'.10 o'clock each evening.
The Hillside collieries in this place
will receive their monthly wages today.
John Wolfe and Clarence Hlgelow, of
Scranton, wero the guests of Druggist
Alfred Davis, Sunday.
Miss Jennie Sturk, of White's Valley,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. O'Nell, in this
A. M. Gillett, of Gibson, was in town
Judson Weslgate, after an absence or
ten years In North Dakota, returned 'to
this place Saturday with his family1.
A grand entertainment by Miss Grace
Bonner, a talented elocutionist and vio
linist, will be given In Maxey'B hall for"
the benefit of the Junior Endeavor of
the Presbyterian church' tomorrow
evening, Nov. 14. Among Miss Bon
ner's selections are tho following:
"Jack Hall' Boat Race."' "The Kitchen
Clock," "Kentucky Philosophy," "The
Rising Revolution." Admission, 1j
cents. . .
Elllnwood's company of players are
holding the boards ut the Opera House
for the wholp week., last evening "The
Opera Singers,", a companion piny to
"A Trip to Chinatown," was given be
fore a large audience. The play was an
exceptionally good one and the players
up-to-date. This evening "The Fugi
tive" will be given. Prices 10, 20 and 30
Charles V. Kennedv has moved from
ncross the river to the house recently
vacated by Thomas Perkins, on Hick
A meeting was held at the Ledyard
hall last Friday evening for the pur
pose of organizing a fire company. J.
D. Peek was selected chalrmau and W.
J. Broad, secretary. The following
named persons were appointed as a so
liciting committee to see what aryount
they could raise toward purchasing a
hose and hose cart: W. B. Stevens, II.
Purdy,' J. G. Bell, William Hill, John
E. Williams, W. S. Bk.es. The next
meeting will be held at the hotel of M.
D. Betts, Saturday evening, at 7.30.
Mr. and Mrs. William Warne' leave
this morning to attend the funeral of
his cousin, Joseph Warne, at Nanti
coke. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Michel, of Hyde
Park, spent Sunday with tho latter's
sister, Mrs. J. P. Hollister.
The funeral of David E. Stearns will
be held at the Methodist Episcopal
church tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The deceased was a kind and devoted
husband; a good neighbor, and an en
ergetic citizen who ' will be greatly
missed in this community. He leaves
a wife and two children. He was born
in York state and has resided in this
vicinity for the past nineteen years.
During that time he has been connect
ed with tho coal works; has acted lu
capacity of foreman for Filer & Levy,
and Simpson & Wfltklns, but ut the
time of his death was engaged as coal
Inspector for the Erie company.
Walter Williams urrived here yes
terday from England and is at the
home of his uncle, William Johns.
Mrs. Mary Watson, of Binyhamton, Is
visiting her sister. Mrs. O. S. Ressegule.
Miss Minnie Apt. of Plttston, who has
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. San
ford Apt for the past three weeks, will
return home today.
Misses Maine Lallan, Aggie and Kit
tle Mitchell, of Scranton, spent Sunday
with Miss Maine O'Mulley, of Duninoie
Hon. Charles P. O'Malley Is in Wilkes
Barre circulating among his many
friends in that place.
George Miller, of Archbald, spent
Sunday Willi friends In town.
Miss Louise McN'arnara, of the South
Side, Is visiting her mother on Dunniore
The Ladles, Aid society of the Presby
terian church will meet at Mrs. Janus
Pettlgrew's tomorrow afternoon.
Some of the members of the Calvin
istlc Methodist Sunday school will give
uu entertainment and social next Mon
day evening In the Keystone hall.
Mrs. W. J. Brown Is visiting rela
tives at Lake Carey.
The Athletic club will give a social
Thanksgiving evening in Martin's
Miss Mary Carbine was In Plttston
AVII1 Gun, of this place, spent Sunday
R. C. Apt. of Plttston, called on his
-Mrs. M. ,1. Mason, who has been visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Ell Longacker,
of Hyde Turk, has returned home.
Nellie, the l.vyear-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Guughun, of
Rock Terrace, died at 6 o'clock on Sat
urday evening. She was a bright and
Intelligent girl, beloved by her com
panions und idolized by her parents
She was a member of the Angel's So
dality of St. Thomas' church. Her
funeral takes place this morning. A
requiem muss will be sung in St
Thomas' church at 10 o'clock, after
which Interment will be made in the
Mrs. William Kelly, of this place.
and her daughter, Miss Mary A. Caf
frey, of Jermyn, aro visiting relatives
The family of Hon. A. F. MeNully
part proprietor af the Citizen, has tak
en up residence In this borough. They
are living in D. J. Gilmartin's house on
Joseph P. Burns, the well known
Wilkes-Barre singer, and the Jermyn
band were the attractions at St.
Thomas' fair on Saturday evening, and
delighted all who heard them. Tin
Dunmore choir was present last even
Ing. This evening and every other
evening during the continuance of the
fair a musical programme will be ob
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Gildca, of Hill
street, were In Scranton yesterday.
P. J. Cummlngs, of Salem street, was
in the city yesterday.
Rev. John R. Atkinson, of St. George's
Episcopal church, New York, preached
at both' morning and evening services
at Grace church Sunday. Mr. Atkin
son is one of the promising young
preachers of the Episcopal church, und
has a call to the rectorshlp-of the Epis
copal cnurch at Danville, Pa.
Paul W. Gardner returned home from
New York Saturday.
The Seeleyville Amusement club will
hold a box social and entertainment
Friday evening, Nov. 16. Admission 5
cents, for which a check will be given
that will be redeemed at any of the
booths. Ladles bringing boxes will be
admitted free. The proceeds are to be
used to complete furnishing rooms and
library. ' -
Adam Metzgar, Jr., was homo over
Miss Carrie Peterson and Miss Clara
Torrey have returned home from their
New York trip.
The citizens' meeting which was held
In Fadden's hall came to no agree
ment as to building a borough. An
election will be held to decide whether
they will build one or not.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weber visited
John Amacher Sunday.
John Grler had resigned his position
as vai'dmaHler to take up studies at
thwManstli.-ld Normal school.
Sm. Fadden is around again after
being ill for a week. '
Will there bo three wards and only
AM voters? The majority says no.
Mothers! Mothers!! .Mothers!!!
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teething,
with perfect Buocess. It sooths the child
softens the gums, allays all pain; cures
wind colic, and Is Ihe best remedy for di
arrhea. Bold by druggists in every part
of tho world. Be suro and ask for "Mrs.
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and tnke no
other kind. Twcuty-flve cents a bottle..
Coroner Kellc-y. of Scranton, was In
this city on business yesterday.
George Hodgors, of Scranton, spent
the SabbRth with relatives In Dundaff.
Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Hammerle, of
Wilkes-Barre, spent Sunday with rela
tives In this city.
D. J. Larkin made a business visit to
the Electric City yesterday.
John Gilbert, of South Main street, is
In New York city.
William Mann, of Rock avenue, Is ill
and threatened with pneumonia.
George J. Benton was a Scranton vis
Jay Porter, who has been employed in
Plttston, has resigned his position und
Delaware und Hudson Gravity rail
road and shop employes were paid yes
terday. Today the steam road employes
will receive their pay.
Mrs. H. Oliver, of Plttston, is visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Oliver, on Wyoming street.
Mlsti Bell Blackham and Miss Truex,
of Herrick Center, are on a week's visit
with friends In this city.
Herbert James, of Peckvllle, spent
Sunday In this city.
Last evening was the opening night
of the firemen's fair In the W. W. Watt
building, on Church street. The hall for
occasion was very prettily- decorated.
The several booths will be presided over
by a willing corp9 of young ladies,
among whom are: Misses Anna Kir
win, Mary Myers, Katie Cook, Rose
Clifford, B. Clifford, Emma Barrett,
Jullta Collins, Emma Coogati, Mamie
Curruh, Ella Flannigan, Annie Kllleen,
Lizzie Maxwell, Lizzie McAndrew, Nel
lie Clark, Tlllle Moonie, Allie Coon,
Lizzie Sherrcr. Mattie Taylor, Ellen
Sherrer. Bridget MoAndrew, Lizzie Lee,
Anna Hurt. Florence Huffard, Anna
Nealon, Sadie Quinlln. Emma Tlmmons,
Scth Peters, Katie O'Boyle, Agnes Gal
lagher, Anna Roberts, Tlllle Nealon,
Bessie Booth, B. McGowan und Mary
Gordon. Previous to opening of the
fair doors the local fire companies,
headed by the Germunla band, paraded
the principal streets. During the even
ing at the fair a very interesting mu
sical programme was rendered. Last
night's door prize was a valuable lady's
gold ring. The third floor of the build
ing is used for dancing and games, etc.
Judging from the opening night every
thing gives proof of a successful event,
both socially and financially.
Miss Annie Duffy died at an early
hour yesterday morning at her home
on Gordon avenue after a two week's
illness of typhoid fever. Deceased was
19 years of age und Is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Duffy. The lun
eral will take place on Wednesday af
ternoon from her lute home.
Cottage prayer meetings will be held
this evening at the following homes:
N. C. Alvord, 43 Thorn avenue; Airs.
Mury Edwards, corner of Seventh ave
nue ami Park street; Dr. .N. C. Turdy,
on Belmont street.
A women's prayer meeting will be
held on Wednesday afternoon at 3
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Jones, 43
The White Bridge station of the On
tario and Western railroad has been
discontinued as a depot since Nov. 1.
The Republicans met again last even
ing to arrange details for the proposed
"blow-out" this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip ltlnsland, of
Scranton, spent the Sabbath with
friends In this city.
Tho Ladles' Aid society of the Baptist
Tabernacle will serve a chrysanthe
mum supper in the chapel on Friday'
evening of this week. Tickets for the
supper are on sale at 25 cents each.
Preparations have been commenced
for the grand Christian Endeavor
event which will occur In this city on
Nov. 30, It being the trl-county con
vention, comprising Christian Endeav
or societies from Lackawanna, Luzerne
and Wyoming counties. William M.
Lathrope, chairman of tho general
committee of arrangements, has ap
pointed the following committees to
take charge of the affair und arrange
all the details: Music, A. P. Thomas,
Lillian Jones, F. J. Johnson, D. L.
Crane, )'.. It. Hall, May Avery; recep
tion, C. G. Avery, J. B. Hoyt, Mrs. A.
Lewsley, Alice Hashlelgh, Lucy Joslln,
Hugh Wyllle, W. F. Nye, Charles Per
Store Crowded All the Week with Enthu
siastic Buyers at the
CENTS' FURKISIilllCS, iiflTS. (HPS.EIC.
Wc bought the stock of the Hyde Turk Hat and Clothing store at Sheriffs
Sale, and are selling it at a great sacrifice.. Sale uow going on at the store,
HIS. MAIN AVEX IE, HYDE PARK. A great opportunity for the people
of Hyde Park and vicinity to make their winter purchases in CLOTJIl.Vti at
very low prices.
Bovs' 'tr c. Boys'
Meti'9 and Hoys' Overcoats, listers, Suits, Pants, Underwear, Hats, Caps, Etc,
, at Your Own Price. Every Purchase a Genuiue bargain.
Sale at Hyde
SIGN OF THE
Look for the Sign:
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO
. SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers
' "s HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY. ,
. General Office: SCRANTON, PA.
kins, Marian Crane, Lillian Bker,
Maybert Hueter, W. II. Ereese; decora
tions. May Hallock, G. W. Bly, Russell
Jones. Mary Male, Freeman Tollman,
Maybellu Fuller, Albert Crane, Amy
Klnhack, Henry Chilton, Mary Mllli
gan, W. D. Frank; entertainment, Ger
trude Raynor, Agnes Mills, Carrie
Geary, W. T. Price. Lottie Andrew,
Arthur Lewsley, M. D. Lathrope, Rob
ert Brodle, Nellie Bryden, Florence
Colwell, George D. White; finance, John
B. Hoyt, C. G. Avery, Lillian Baker,
Charles Perkins, A. F. Fey.
Has Slipped tho Wire.
From tho Philadelphia Inquirer.
In short the Democracy has severed all
connections with the Amcricun people's
tffss Grace Wilson
Like a New Woman
I am feeling siuce I took Hood'a Sarsaparllla. 1
vus suffering from ludigeitUa, Catarrh
Hood's Sarsa- :
amd Hick Ilradarhe f j fCC
and did not have any 1 UTC
.ppetite. I am glad to - A
lay Hood's Sarsapai ilia
has cured me ot catarrh and ull mjr othef
troubles. Urack Wilsox, llkineaville, N. J,
Hood's Pills cure all liver UU, eoustlpa
uou, biliousness, sick headache, Indigestion.
The Finest In the City, j
The latest improved furnish- :
ings and. apparatus for keeping
meat, butter and eggs.
cm Wyoming Mve.
tar . V
European Plan. First-class Bar at
tached. Depot for Bergner & Englo1!
S. E. Cor. 15th and Filbert Sts., Phila.
Most desirable for residents of N. E.
Pennsylvania.- All conveniences for
'travelers to and from Broad Street
station and the Twelfth and Market
Street station. Desirable for visiting
Scrantoniuns and people in the Am
T. J. VICTORY.
A. W. JURISCH, 405 SPRUCE ST.
BICYCLES AND SPORTING GOODS.
Victor, Geadron, Eclipse, Lovell, Ila-
niunu unu uiner vt neeis.
T SALE OF
Sale at Hyde
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400-402 Lackawanna Avenue.
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II FINEST IN 5111
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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
Unfilled Oak Screen
75c, 90c, $1.25, $1.50
KERR & SIEBECKER
406 AND 408 LACKA. AVE.
Branch at Carbondale,
In Java the bride washes the groom's feet as a token
In Hungary, at one time, the groom gave the bride
a kick for the same purpose during the wedding cere
mony. . --i
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 young man, in
offering marriage to a young woman, had to present
her with the head of a man killed by himself.
Touruefort says "that among Greek rustics toda)'
the bride and groom run the gauntlet of young folks of
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 furnished home,
supplied by their Peerless Credit System. ,
A clock with $50.00
purchases or over.
l I 'I Hill I 1 II I.I. 'Will
and Gold and Light Colored
and $2.50 each.
A dinner set, 100 pieces, wiih.
$75.00 purchases or over.
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