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SCEAXTOX TulCTTXE TIirr.SDAY lOIiNIXG, XOYEMREK 22, 1S0-1.
T A A
U UU I
.Are handed over to our patrons
that they may know what the
HooJs are made of, where they
come from and what they are
No mysteries, no evasions,
no nonsense, but simply
straightforward, iloini; the
proper thing at the proper
Kkh, hijjh class goods, at juices
that are not surpassed for mudcr
ution: Were $25.00.
frhere is almost no end to the bar
gains in this department.
The colors and styles are all beau
tiful, the harmony of color in the
combination ofelleets is a won
derful creation of the artist's
PRICK, 50c. PER YARD.
Children's Black Wool
Women's Black Wool
Women's Black Hose,
412 Sprnce St., Scranton.
T)r. Reeves Is now fully established at
Spruce street, Scranton. He has per
formed some wonderful cures and hRS
gulned the conlldonce of the public He
has come to stay and will remain PEK
MANENTLY at his Spruce street parlors.
Ho has had long and varied experience In
hospital and private practice and treats
all acute and chronic diseases of men, wo
men and children.
He gives advlco, services and examina
tions FREE OP CHARGE. No one Is
He, with his assistants, treat nil dis
eases of. the nervous system, Ulse:i3es of
tho eye, ear, noso and throat, dyspepsia,
rheumatism, lost vitality, premature
weakness or decay In both sexea, nervous
debility, catarrh, tumors, cunoers, erup
tions, blood poisoning, tits, epilepsv, in
discretions and errors of vouth, lost'man
' hood, eczema, erofula, St. Vtas' dance
asthma, diseases of the heart, lungs, liver
kidneys, bladder, stomach, ote.
YOUNG MEN POSITIVELY CORED
Offer to the Puhlio for Catarrh.
Any one suffering with Catarrh who
wishes to be permanently, quickly und
rheuply cured may receive thrcu months'
treatment for only FIVE DOLl.AUS. The
doctor has discovered a specific for this
dreaded disease. You can titat find cure
yourself and family with it at home. It
never fails to euro. A trial treatment
OFFICE HOt;n3-Dally 9 a. m. to 9 p.
Tn.; Sundays, 10 to 12 and 2 to 4.
Tn.ke elevator In Christian's Hat Store,
or stairs. '
Remember tho name and number.
412 SPRUCE STREET. SCRWON.
. Oil Cloths,
Window Shades and
All the Latest Designs.
J. Scott Inglis
419 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
four doors above Wyoming Housow
news cfjsis wm
Tuesday evening a surprise party wan
tendered Frank Jones at his home on
Washington street. The evening was
spent In a moat enjoyable manner by
the guests who were: Misses Sadie
Lewis, llame Bryson, Mubel Faatz,
Maggie lioyd,. S.illie Phillips. Sarah
Duvis, Annie Grady, Daisy Miller,. An
nie Evans, Alexander Mitchell, Reuben
Klnback, Willie Hited, Fred Wlitt
mlre, Charlie Wlihloek.'I.'on Hurt, Fred
Swingle and Fred Huusteln.
The mall carriers have appeared in
brand new uniforms.
Miss Kena Daley, of Church street,
was the guest of friends at Jennyn
Miss Bertha Wells, of South Car.nan,
called on Carbondale, friends yesterday.
Mrs. H. P. Johns, of Forest City, was
the guest of hef parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Alexander, of Helmont street,
Mrs. Juliet A. M. Reynolds, of Ter
race street, Is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. N. C. Rice, of Scranton.
Announcement Is made of the ap
proaching marriage of P. A. Carroll, of
this city, to Miss Regis Rellly, of Hones
dale. The ceremony will be performed
In St. John's church In Honesdale at 5.30
o'clock in the afternoon of Nov. 28.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wademan, of
Unioiida'e, were Carbondale visitors
Charles Crandall, of Elkdale, lias
moved his family to this city.
Miss Mamie Daley, of Salem avenue,
was in Wllltes-lJarre Tuesday night at
tending a social given under the aus
pices of the Clerk's association.
The, new closed cars of the Rapid
Transit company were run over Hie
line Tuesday evening for the first time.
The following parly of young people
who comprise "Camp Sunset" anil who
annually enjoy an outing at Crystal
Lake were la Forest City Tuesday
evening where they enjoyed a few
pleasant hours at the pleasant home of
two of the members: Mr. and Mrs.
Howard P. Johns, Mr. and Mis. James
H. Nicholson, Mrs. Hannah Leonard,
Mlsnes Charlotte Giles, Jessie Moore,
Lizzie Scurry, Louie Williams, Harry
T. Williams, George M. Mills, Russell
M. Shepherd, Levi A. Patterson, Hor
ace G. Likely unci Dannie Scurry were
Miss Hell Rlockham returned yester
day afternoon to Herrick Center after
a Beveral days visit with friends In this
J. D. Nealon left last evening on a
business trip to Hancock, N. Y.
Miss- Surah llewlston will leave on
Friday for New York city, where Hhe
will spend the winter months.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Milo Gardner,
a son, yesterday morning.
Misses Mary Watt and Cora I!e!l are
the guests of Wilkes-Kane friends.
William J. Hamilton and Walter G.
Scurry attended the social In Honesdale
last evening given by the Exchange
Social club of that place.
Isaac Freeman, who was hurt a
couple of weeks ago by being thrown
under a loaded wagon, Is failing and It
it thought that he cannot recover. It is
claimed that his spinal column Is brok
en In two places.
Farmer Otten, of Dutch Mountain,
this county, is experimenting In raising
Hamburg sheep. It is said that they
stand the climate well, are very prolific,
and shear as high ait twenty-four
pounds of unwashed wool at a clipping.
If they prove to be all that is claimed
lor them they will become popular with
Wyoming county farmers.
We have It from Inside sources that
boring operations at the Forkston oil
well will lie resumed within two or
three weeks and the well put down
I. U00 feet farther unless oil or gas should
be struck at less depth. The well was
put down ubout S.Gui) feet last summer
and then work suddenly abandoned and
the tools shipped away. The move
ments of the prospectors are not fath
omable to the uninitiated.
Mrs. Robert Atkinson, of Alford, is a
guest of friends here.
Proceedings to contest the election for
preaidiifl judge of this district have
been begun. Tho necessary petition to
be presenteu to the attorney general
has been drawn and nuite a number of
signatures attached. The general senti
ment in both counties seems to be that
the contest is unwise.
James L. Vose mid A. M. Eastman,
esij., are each erecting line new resi
dences in the northwest quarter of the
On Saturday last a surprise wan tend
ered Miss Minnie Wilbur by her young
friends, it being her fourteenth birth
day. The hours from two to live passed
quickly and ery pleasantly. The pres
ents were numerous and useful. Re
freshments were served and all went
home wishing their young filond many
happy returns of the day.
Little Daisy Cady is convalescing
after a severe illness.
Ralph D.' Williams came home quite
lnuitpo?ed Saiurdi'y last and is still till
able to return to his dull, s.
Mrs. C. B. Williams entertained a
number of young people at her Uo:no
Uur school was again opened lat
Motniiiy rnoirilng. It hud been closed
for the past tluee Weeks on account of
tne diptheiiu scare.
Mrs. S. L. Tiffany Is visUing lur na
ter, Mrs. A. R. Raub, of Scranton.
Mi.is Anna Wilcox, our popular mil
liner, has gone to Brooklyn for a few
Another real estate transaction of
considerable size and importance to the
booming town of Clark's Summit lias
Just taken place. For some time nego
tiations have been pending between
Horatio M. Patrick, our enterprising
young townsman, (and In reality the
prime mover of all the growth we have
made in the past four years), and Mr.
Atherton, the former owner of the plot
known as Woodlawn, containing fifty
two acres, for the purchase of the same,
which Is now consummated. Thin will
open uy one of the finest plots for sub
urban residences to be found in Lacka
wanna county. It lies within one-quarter
of a mile of the station adjoining
Summit Pork, and also the Patrick &
Powell plot, overlooking the town and
railroad, is a gentle slope with abun
dant drainuge and has a large number
of native trees and numerous springs of
pure, soft water, which can be carried
over the greater portlun of the tract.
It Is. also backfcd. up on the west by a
beautiful grove of natural trees, tyr.
Atherton purchased th property a few
years ago of George Swallow for $4,000
and now! realizes $10,000 for if, and still
there is plenty of money in it with, such
an enterprising man as Mr. Patrick be
hind it. If the weather permits he will
at once bpfrln grading streets and have
it ready for the spring opening. With
a fine pio.pjct for a nw depot in ths
spring, a new church aad two new
stores, which nre ulwady underway, to
gether with many other buildings cun
temrdated, we may, feel .pure, of greater
progrcoiinother year tlian ever before.
E. K. ,. -Atherton," -wife anil son, in
company with Mrs. M. E. Northrup,
are niak'ng an extended visit in Sun
bury and liloomsbnrg.
Freeman Leach and Wcldon Swallow
have gone to Susquehanna county In
pursuit of fresh milk cown.
William Shelp, who has been confined
to his bed for some time with a severe
attack of rheumatism, is bluw-iy im
proving. Hia daughter, Grace, is very
Kick with typhoid fever.
Professor Roekwood lias been upend
ing a few days among friends at Phila
delphia. Professor Perrlne occupied the pulpit
of the Methodist church on Sunday
The atteiuhlnce at the special meet
ings held under the auspices of the
Young Men's Christian association was
very good and a high spiritual Interest
was felt. Rev. George K. Rees;, of
Philadelphia, delivered one of the bcrt
and ablest sermons ever rendered at
the university on Sunday last in I'.uek
nell hall. Subject, "The Highest
Study," John xlv, 9. Ho clearly showed
the necessity of u careful and keen ob
servation In order to get u good knowl
edge of Christ.
This evening the famous Ariel quar
tette will give a concert In Bucknell
hall. The proceeds are to replenish the
treasury of the Young Men's Christian
association. A large attendance la ex
pected. Our most exciting foot ball game of
the reason was played on Saturday last
at the Athletic park of Wllliamsport.
Our antagonists were our old enemies
of State college. HalvoM cf thirty-live
minutes e.teh were played. During the
first half neither Hide scored. In the
second half State college manured to
make the llrst touchdown, which was
soon tied again by brilliant playing on
th part of our boys, who were now
playing ugalnst both tho team and the
umpire. lp to within four minutes of
the close the game still remained a tie,
when the umpire claimed a foul and
gave State college twenty-live- yards.
This brought them dangerously near
our goal. At first they were held and
the ball changed hands on four downs,
when It was fumbled by one of our men
and lost. State soon pushed it over the
goal line, and, having made a success
ful goal kick, ended the game with the
score 12 to 0 in favor of State college.
C. F. Stevenson, of Danville, called on
friends here yesterday.
bert Sharts, of Wyaluslng, was visit
ing friends here yesterday.
G. V. llogadron, of I'itlston, visited
in this place yesterday.
Messru. Courtright, Richardson and
others are on a hunting expedition In
D. K. Jones Is still suffering from ty-plioii'.-pneumonla.
Improvements are . steadily being
made by the borough street commis
sioner and our streets and alley ways
are fast gaining a respectable appear
ance. William Nyhart has cunimtnccd
building the wood-work on his new
house on Main street.
A benefit ball was given to John
Duffy, of Hyde Park, in Weber's rink,
Monday evening. Mr. Duffy had his
leg broken recently at Duryoa.
William Shrive and ilisd Mary liar
land, of Rendham, were man-ted In
Illnghainton, N. Y., Nov. 8, ISM, by
Rev. J. H. Race, at the' Methodist Epis
copal parsonage. .
Mi". Allen, inside foreman for the
Sterrlck Creek Coal company, moved
ids family yesterday from Piltston to
the house recently vacated by Superin
tendent Brighton, on Main street.
On account of the dedication of the
new Methodist Episcopal church next
Sunday, there will bo no services in the
Baptist church after the morning ser
vice. Thomas F. Wells, district deputy
grand master, visited Oriental Star
lodge, Free and Accepted Masons, last
James Boland, of Jissup, was arrest
ed and tried before Justice of the Peace
S. . W. Arnold last Monday evening,
charged with committing an uggra
vctid assault and battery on Joseph
Pool. Mr. Pool was in the net of serv
ing a warrant on Roland, when the lat
ter hit lilm on the head with a club ,r
iron bar. Boland was held to ball of
$j00 for his eppcarance at court. Pat
rick Godfrey became his security.
Mr. und Mrs. Harry Williams, of
Hickory street, spent Sunday with thv
latter's parents at Plttston. '
A public reading room Wan opened for
the young men last evening in the
Grand Ai .i'.y of the Republic hall.
Rev. A. J. WctsLy, of Langellffe
Presbyterian church, will exchange
pulpits with Rev. G. N. Makely, of
Brooklyn, N. Y on Sunday.
John Alkmrii, of Dugue Mines, Elk
county, 1j upending some time with hU
brother, Charles Ailavian, of West
Mrt;. James Mckenzie lias returned
home after spending u few days with
relatives ut Edwardsville.
JiissoM Alary und Faruile Brown at
tended a masquerade party at Plitstor.
on Tuesday evening.
Mrs, Reuben Edwards, of M Intro
An epicurean bowl
Quaker Oats and
Cream. The child
loves it, the epicure
fntp; on ir flip five..
peptic praises it ev
erybody likes it. ,
Sold only In a lb, Packncesi
Mills, spent yesterday with Avoc.i
John McLaughlin . v. as a visitor, at
Plttston yesterday. ,
An error In yesterday's Tribune
stated the hop of the Amity Social club
would be held Thanksglvliiir even
ing. It should have been Thanksgiving
Fred Beers Ep nt Monday and Tues
day at hi3 home here.
Miss Mav Cortrighl, of Hawley, was
married to John Holmes, an employe of
Durland, Thompson & Co., at the home
of -Iisu Cortrltiht's grandfather in
Hawley on Monday. After a short wed
ding tii.o Mr. and M,-s. Holmes will re
turn to Honesdale and live at Eleventh
"A Widow Hunt'" will be presented
ut the Opera house Thursday, Nov. It,
by member of the Young Men's He
brew association. Don't misj it.
Mr. and Mr3. David Evans, of Scran
ton, visited at Mr. John Evans' the fore
part of the week.
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage of Miss Katie Cannon, of tills
place, to Philip Sheridan, of Peckville,
to take place In St. Patrick's church
Wednesday, Nov. IX.
The pupils (,f St. Patiick's Academy
v;iil give a recital thin afternoon.
Messrs. Tim Lyundy and Hugh Shan
non, of Carbondale, bpent Sunday in
Mrs. William Malion attended the
funeral of Mrs. J. J. u'L'jyle, of Scran
Mism.s Jordan and Phillips, of Green
Ridge, ldted Miss Mary O'Buyle the
f.re part or the week.
.Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used fer over fitly years by mil
lions of mothers for their children while
teelhliit.', Willi perfect success. It soothes
the child, softens the gums, alluys all
puin; cures wind colic, and Is the best
remedy for diarrhea. Sold by druggists
in every part of tho world. He sine and
ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup,"
and take no other kind, 'i'v.eiity-live cents
a bottle. '
Mr. and Mrs. George Mackey, of
Li nn, spent Sunday at the home of her
sister, Mrs. )!. Drake.
Mrs. George Drake, jr., and children,
left on Tuesday for a visit to her
brother in Nichols, N. Y.
Mb;s Bertha Egbert has returned
from an extended visit in New Jersey.
Mrs. F. l'leiws Is improving after a
New York Special to L'hieuKO Re-cord.
A 'iVnnexseeun, who fought through the
war In the confederate army and bus been
prominent 111 financial and Indutital de
develnpmeiit in the south, tuld me today
that lui voted the Republican ticket yes
terday for the llrst time 111 his life. "Ten
yes, live ytais ago. If any man had told
me that 1 would ever vote that ticket I
should have resented it an an Insult, but
1 added my drop to the deluge yesteiduy."
"Why did you do It?"
"Because 1 am convinced that the Dem
ocratic party Is not competent t ) Kovern
this country. Thut has been (len.onstr.it
ed la eoiiK'ress and in the executive ad
ministration, anil the people are done with
it. That is the reason why my state
K'J r j.' a.'
1 writn that you nay know
tno Koed 1 huvo rocoived from
H. B. R I wr.9 nil out of
health mil suffuring with con
siipiition a.id Uliounncua. I
tried olhur lucilii lues, but
they fi!ed tn do any pooi.
At last I botifht n bottle of R.
B. B.. mid bi'furo 1 hud lined it
all I went to work na well as
ever. Gt s Nkj.son.
Box 55,Irvintou, Warren Co.Pa
Store Crowded All the Week with Enth
siastic Buysrs at the
SEHDINE MEMFi SALE 0
V.'e buulit tLc stuck of tii Hyde Park Hat and Clothiti" stoic at SlierifTs
Sale, and are sclliiij it at a ftrcat sacrifice. . Sa!c now going on at the store,
lii & 5IAIX AYEMU, liYSJE I'AKK, A-great opportunity for the people
of Hyde Park and vicinity to make their winter purchases in (1JTHLS'G at
very low prices.
Boys' Pants, J BftWq' Boys' Waists,
v 93v j
Men's aud Boys' Overcoats, listers., Suits, Pants, Underwear, Hals, Cups, Etc.,
at Your Own Price. Eveiy Purchase a Geuuine Bargain.
Sale at Hyde
, 230 Lack. Ave.
SIGN OF THJ3 BELL.
Look for the Sign!
THE DICKSON MASMUFACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE,
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers
. KCISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
- Ueneru! Office: SCRANTON, PA.
lira. Annlo Schrclner
Alieutov. n, Pa.
u w w 3 w w iisw 'tin
Rsiissd from a Weak ar.d
To Perfect Ktaltii end Stress"''
Aficr Irour Yoarc Suffering.
"C. I. ItooU & Co.. Lowell, Mas3.:
"Gentlemen -I tlilnl; Hood's Sarsaparllla It
tl'.S' gnu-.il jst discovery yet trade, !nd It fulf.Is
even mure than you claim for it. Jlywifa L..3
iecn sick ier the pist four years. For tlirec
years .i'.ij was so bad that she was unable t Co
auy tt her housework. We hail good p!jy:lelar.3,
but s'.io did not recover hsr health. Sua vac
sullerins fi'oni liright's disease n;id
Larr.nnass In tho Back.
Iter tosjw v.r.s covered with blisters ; hid in
appetite, and was very wenk and low with ecu
cval deoiiily. I insisted on her takii: Hood's
Sarsnparlila, and sho has been improving cvci
;;uc3. She has takeu live bottle3, and is so well
tii-it for three montlis she hr.s done her house
work, aad wo havo seven clillilreu." At j,
aci!i!i:t.i:it, Allentowu, Pennsylvania.
Hood's Filis euro liver ills, constipation,
biliousness, jiun Jlcc, sick headache, laiiij;estioa.
JJanufo.turers of thg Caiobra'oi
ioo.ooo Barrels per Annum
Coal of the ben quality for domestic
ise, and of all kIz;h, deliverer! in any
:art of the city at Iowo3t price.
Orders I ft at mv tjf.iee
NC.113 WYOMING AVENUE,
Rear room, first floor, Third National
Bank, or sent by mail or telephone to th
lone, will receive prompt attention
Spcclul contracts Hill be made for thu
inio und delivery of Buckwheat Coal.
VVM. T. SMITH.
Sale at Hyde
Cloth in Store
PA., Manufacturers of
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vLMDERS OF LOW PRICES. ! 'pg
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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 lew prices will as
Black and Gold, White and Gold and Light Colored
Infilled Oak Screen Frans
75c, 90c, $1.25, $1.50 aud $2.50 each. , These ara
KERR & S
406 AND 408
Branch at Carbondale.
ft 9 n H Ei BH w FA
Wfm li 111 !f
That's the word that expresses the results of the
past few days of our annual Room-making Sale.
Tliz best advertisement we have had will bespread
around by the crowds of pleased buyers who attend
this safe. Tine bargains we are selling are some
thing more than noteworthy, something' more
than wonderful, and although at these prices al
most everyone is paying cash, we still continue to
extend the use of our PEERLESS CREDIT system,
to ail who desire it, at prices lower than that of
exclusive : cash houses. Prompt delivery guaran
teed, dn6 to the increase in our wagon service.
Prompt attention from salesmen, as two more
were added this week. Join in the march and
look these bargains over :
Th hcr-t 01.23 quality Hnt'lish Brus- 19o.
n Is Carpet for "oo. l r yjril. liet Ix-.
Vi'ooltii Carpit jor Uk1'. per yard.
Yaril-wlde lnamm i.'urpet pur IV.
(yunl) for j.
JJ3.0J Pollslidl OdU SKlcboiud, tl HO
niiiMKomeiy carved Imsu and SI !h)
toy ljliiiih' liiwd drawer, lurRo si u
bi vel mirror, JlS.iO. An J18.U0 stt (1 Po
of Dlnlnif t'lmlrs. Maty bucks Jl SO
curved, iiur t'liuir for. 51 no
Notwithstanding above give-away prices, we continue
to give the American Onyx Finished Clock with $50
purchases or over and the 100-piecc Dinner Set w ith $75
purchases or over.
LACK A. AVE.
B R HP" 531 i
WS.0O Silk Pluh Tarlor Suit, Ave ;5
piewu. for 5i!S.0O. $75.00 All Silk 8 7i
Brocatelle Fringed and Over- $3 75
stuftud Suit, fm.m. A Tapestry S 75
Covered Luunco, IS xprlngn for... $1175
Special buigulns In Cliumbtr Kur- ti, 75
lilt nro. Sa.UO suit, Antique Oak, j 75
liiifl' KloiU ttnlsli for $l!i.00, line S3 75
quartered oak suit, piano flnlBh, Jo 75
UtiW lreiich bevel plale, 5SJ.0O. V75
Moat odd diesHcis, each l'or , 5 75
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