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THE SCTlAXTOv TRIBUNE SAT CUD AY MOHXJN"G, FEBIUTAItY 9, 1895.
We have many pieces of goods which
were once full pieces but now they are
in half. Half in price, but enough for
waist or dress pattern. If you are
making over old costumes, or if you
have school dresses to make over for
girls at school, this is an opportunity
which we give our customers every
season. Our prime object is always
to look after the interests of our cus
tomers. We also have a selfish in
terest, that is to prepare ourselves for
the new stock of dress goods which we
have arriving daily.
LADIES' - MUSLIN
Best in every sense of the word Best
Materials, Best Shapings and Best
Workmanship. This special sale will
continue only a few days.
Our Fashion Monthly for
Describes and contains the Leading
Fashions, latest Dress Materials, Sto
ries, etc. GIYEX AWAY to those who
call for it at our store. Every lady
wishing to be well dressed and dress
economically should have it.
GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT.
41a Spruce Street, Scranton.
Dr. Reeves has had long and vurled ex
perience In hospital and private practice
and treats nil acute and chronic disease!
of men, women and children.
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE.
lie, with his a!stnntii, treat all (11s
snsKfl of he nervous nyaiem, diseases of
the eye, ear, nose anil throat, dyspepsia,
rheumatism, lost vitality, premature
weakness or decay In both bcxps, nervous
debility, catarrh, tumors, cancers, erup
tions, blood-poisoning. Ills, eplli-psy, In
discretion and errors of youth, lost man
hood, eczema, scrofula, St, Vtus' dance,
asthma, diseases of the heart, lungs,
livor, kidneys, bladder, stomach, etc.
Young Men Positively Cured.
Offer to the Public for Catarrh.
Any one suffering with Catarrh who
Wishes to be permanently, quickly and
cheaply cured may receive three months'
treatment for only FIVE Dol.l,AKS. The
doctor has discovered a specitla for this
dreaded disease. You can treat and cure
yourself and family with it at homo. It
never falls to cure. A trial treatment
OFFICR HOURS Dally, 9 a. m. to 9 p,
Ri.i Sundays, 10 to 12 and 2 to 4.
At This Season
We Invite your special attention
to our magnificent display of
We will give you full benefit of the
recent decline in the price ( Carpets.
Price is always a great object, and In
this matter we are not only determined
to hold our own but to outdo all com'
pctitors. Come and see us.
J. Scott Inglis
419 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
The Public Safety Is Poramout.
From .the' Hartisburg Patriot.
Scranton la right In prohibiting public
funoralB In cases where death ensued
from contagious diseases. The Ignoring
of such a precaution has more than once
made on epidemic from a sporadic case.
Public 'health and safety should always be
' 8tnted hy H. 13. Corhrnn, druggist, Lan
caster, Pa.: Have guaranteed over 300
bottles of Burdock Iilood Bitters for dys
pepsia, sour stomach, bilious attacks, liver
tvnd kidney trouble
DDES 10 FABRICS
NEWS OF THIS VICINITY
. The worst blizzard in many years Is
at this writing still In Its clement. The
snow commenced to fall about noon
Thursday, and as the day drew to a
close -the storm Increased In Its fury
until business of all kinds was brought
to a standstill. Street cars have been
unable to run since about 10 o'clock
Thursday. No effort was made yester
day by the company to open the road.
as their work would have been in vain.
The Delaware and Hudson passenger
train due in this city at 10.50 p. m. from
Nineveh, was on time Thursday night.
It then runs to Wilkes-Barre and on re
turn Is due in this city at 3 a. m. This
train arrived at Mayfleld at 3.20 a. m.
yesterday morning, and there it was
stalled, "so near, but yet so far. It
arrived in Carbondale at 9.10 a. m. yes
terduy. Sam Foster, a trainman on the
above train, said he stood out with a
(lug for three hours. Other trains be
tween this city and Scranton were run
ning ns usual yesterday, excepting a
little late. Not a wheel moved on the
Jefferson branch of the Delaware and
Hudson, norwas there an attempt made
to run trains on the gravity railroad.
On the Ontario and Western, north, no
trains moved. The collieries about the
city were idle, not being able to run
cars. Owing to the bursting of pipes
the Hendrlck Manufacturing company
was obliged to shut down.
The milkmen were unable to make
their usual routes yesterday.
The mall carriers didn't enjoy their
The attendance at the city schools
was so small yesterday that only one
seBslon was held in many of the rooms.
Several of our business places were
closed as early as 6 o'clock last even
Owing to the severity of the storm it
was necessary to postpone the funeral
services over the remains of the lote
Mrs. Barbara Mang, which was to have
been held yesterday afternoon, until
this afternoon, when the services will
be held at the home at 3 o'clock.
Michael Farrey died on Thursday
night at his home on New Cemetery
street at the age of 65 years. Deceased
was a native of Ireland, but has been a
resident of Carbondale for many years.
Three children, residents of this city,
survive him. Funeral arrangements
will be made later.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Jo
seph DeLoskey, of Fallbrook street,
died on Thursday night of diphtheria.
Their oldest child was burled Thurs
day, having died from the same dis
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Karl, of Forty-
second street, are mourning the death
of their Infant child. Interment will be
made in St. Rose cemetery today.
Don't let this storm make you forget
that the Cambro-Amerlcan Concert
company will Ring In the Baptist taber
nacle on Wednesday evening, Feb. 20.
The annual tea of the missionary so
cieties of the Presbyterian church,
which was to have been held yesterday
afternoon In the chapel, was postponed
until this afternoon at 3 o'clock, when
the programme prepared will be carried
Mrs. II. C. Wheeler has returned from
an extended visit with relatives In New
A. Bates, of Scranton, is the guest of
friends In this city.
James Gownley, a 14-year-old son of
John Gownley, of South Main street,
was kicked In the head by a mule on
Thursday. The boy was found lying In
the "got" insensible and there was a
deep gash on the side of his head, where
the Iron shoe came In contact with
him. The injury, although severe. Is
not considered fatal. A younger brother
of young Gownley was killed In the
mine about six weeks ago.
A daring attempt was made to rob
the Riverside store on Wednesday
night. Two men entered the store by
way of a rear window and were be
ginning to ransack It when, the watoh
man hcord them. He fired two shots
at the men as they fled from the store,
but none are supposed to have struck
them. The burglars also fired at the
watchman, but did not strike him.
There was nothing of value taken.
The school board held a special meet
ing on Thursday evening for the pur
pose of making another effort to fill
the vacancy caused by the resignation
of Miss Mary Qulnnan. All the mem
bers, except Mr. Price, were present.
The educational committee, to which
the matter had been referred, recom
mended Miss Corcoran. After some
discussion It was decided to allow each
of the applicants. Misses Barrett, Cor
coran and O' Boyle, to teach one month
each. This was done to break the dead
lock that has existed for the past
The heavy storm of Thursday and
Friday had the effect of suspending
work of every kind here yesterday.
The Bchools were closed during tho
afternoon, only a few pupils having
ventured out during the morning.
Miss Annie I'hllbln, of Scranton, Is
visiting friends here.
Miss Bridget Gllroy, of Wayne street,
who has been 111 for the past few weeks,
Is sinking rapidly, and It Is now be
lieved she cannot recoved. Miss OU
roy's many friends throughout the val
ley will regret to learn of her serious
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Mrs. Wlnnlow's Soothing Syrup ha
been used for over fifty yours by mil
lions of mothers for their children while
teething, with perfect success. It soothes
the child, ; sot teas the gums, allays nil
pain; cures wind colic, and Is tho best
remedy for diarrhea. Sold by druggwts
In every part of the world. He sure and
ask for "Mrs. Wlnalow's Soothing Syrup,"
and take no other kind. Twenty-live cents
"The Irish Statesman" was produced
at the New Open house Thursday
evening by home talent and was ex
ceedlngly well rendered by the members
of the cast. The role of Osmundo
O'Sulllvan was exceptionally well ren
dered by S. J. Evans. Itlchard Talbert
was portrayed In an excellent manner
by F. B. Ferguson. Lord Noddledln
was interpreted by Peter O'Malley In
a very good Myle, "Don't yer know."
Frank McLoughlln wna very good In
the character of Mike Casey. Miss Min
nie Hvhun, In the role of Amiable Love
lace, rendered her part In a manner
deserving much praise. The part of
Mrs. O'Sulllvan was well rendered by
Miss Lizzie Dcmpsey, who won much
applause by her quaint Irish sayings.
The singing and dancing were highly
applauded. The affair was under the
ausploes of the Adonis club, who gave
a reception In Martin's hall afterward.
The DeMoss family of musicians hold
a concert In ithe Susquehanna Street
Baptist church this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lloyd, of De
posit, N. T., .re the guests of relatives
In town. '
The gravity road is completely tied
up on account of the storm. A large
force of men were put to clear tho
tracks but made very, little headway.
The Traction company's line Is also
blockaded and not a wheel is moving.
A oar has been snowbound near John
son's Btorc since Thursday night.
All tho collieries in town were idle
yesterday on account of the storm.
Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott, of South
Wilkes-Barre, are visiting the latter's
home on Dunmore street.
Services In the Presbyterian church
tomorrow morning and evening. Rev.
A. R. PDrcell will accupy the pulpit.
John Flnnegan, of Dunmore street, is
confined to his home with an attack of
The enrollment this quarter is over
New classes have been organized In
physiology, chemistry, Latin, political
economy, English literature and geol
ogy. Lnst Friday evening tho members of
"Phi Mu" society elected the following
officers for the third quarter: Presi
dent, E. Walter Kemmerer; vice-president,
Harry Mumford; secretary, Grant
Beardsley; treasurer, John M. Tiffany;
librarian, Emory J. Dunklee; critic,
Howard S. Swallow.
Professor Hulley has Invited his
Anabasl3 cluss to meet at his home
every Saturday evening and study the
Sunday school lesson In the original
Greek. The class heartily appreciates
this kind offer, and has accepted the
Tho annual meeting of the board of
trustees of the academy was held in the
Penn Avenue Baptist church, Scran
ton, lust Tuesday. The following offi
cers were elected for the year: Presi
dent, James P. Dickson; first vice-
president, Rev. Warren G. Partridge;
second vice-president, Theodore Hart;
treasurer, Daniel Langstaff; secretary,
E. M. Peck; assistant secretary, George
E. Sisson. The newly elected trustees
are Benjamin Hughes, Dr. D. A. Cap-
well, Principal F. M. Loomls and Theo
The senior class was re-organlzed
Wednesday afternoon and the following
officers were elected: President, E.
Walter Kemmerer; vice-president, May
M. Teck; secretary, Emory J. Dunklee;
treasurer, Lodusky Barnes.
The officers elect of the Current Topic
league this quarter are: President,
Grant B;ardsley; vice-president, Ralph
Archibald; secretary. Howard Swallow;
treasurer, W. E. Thompson; critic,
All members of the Easlngton lodge,
of the Sons of St. George, are requested
to meet at their lodge room this evenlns
as Important business Is to be tran
Joseph Davenport Is confined to his
home by a severe attack of rheuma
tism. Albert Race had a warrant issued for
Thomas Median for wages amounting
to $15 which Meehan claims he paid.
Squire Logan gave Race a judgment on
Meehan for $1.73. Meehan had to pay
the costs, also.
The street car traffic through here Is
completely tied up and It will be some
time before traffic will be resumed. The
people who were in the cars Thursday
had to get out and walk. Many hired
cabs to convey them home.
Work was suspended nt Storrs' shaft
and others on account of the storm.
Patrick Rlelly is the People's candi
date for school director. He is a man
well qualified for the office, and if
elected he will make a faithful officer.
Mrs. Malone, of Carmalt street, is
confined to her home by an attack of
James Jones has removed his family
The Druckenmlller family gave one
of their first class entertainments last
evening in the Brick Methodist church.
There will be preaching services In
the rreBbyterian chapel Sunday even
ing. John Kinney and Miss Kitty Merrick,
of Plains, called on Miss Kilty Judge
'Squire Gilboy enjoyed a slelghrlde to
Plttston last evening.
Dr. Under, Who Killed Ills Brother's
Murderer, Is Himself Slain.
By the United PresB.
Lexington, Ky., Feb. 8. Dr. J. E.
Rader, a mountain desperado, was
murdered In Breathitt county last
night, near Jackson. This morning his
dead body was found In the house of
Widow "Cot" McQulnn. There were
two bullet holes through his heart. The
widow said she did the shooting, but
would give no reason for It. There were
two bullet holes In the bed clothes, Indi
cating that he was shot while In bed,
Investigation developed that the widow
has a lover, Timothy Smith, who hns
been living with her for some time, and
It is generally believed that Smith came
home, and, finding Doctor Rader with
the widow, opened fire. Mrs. McQulnn
gave herself up to Sheriff Cole. Smith Is
still at large.
Rader was prominent at one time as
a physician. Many years ago his be.
loved brother was 'brutally murdered
by John Hurst, and this made a fiend
of Ruder, who swore revenge. Hurst
was sent o prison for sixteen years, but
later was pardoned, and was promptly
filled full of bullets as soon as the re
vengeful Rader could get near him
He recovered, and Rader was sent up
for two years. His home and business
were destroyed by fire juBt before his
release, but ho still kept up his search
HE FEARED THE GORGE.
Money in Kittnnning's Banks Ho Did Not
Ish to Sco Swept Away.
By tho 'United Press.
Klttannlng, ' Ta., Feb. 8. The ac
counts of the big Ice gorge and the
wholesale destruction It is promoted to
bring about when It starts, have ex
cited some of the people living In the
back townships. They understand that
Klttannlng Is to go for sure and they
don't want any of their wealth to be
wept away when tho Ire comes. To
day one of the Inland citizens came to
town to consult his lawyer about some
few hundred dollars he had deposited
In one of the banks.
He said he believed that the bank
would go down In the Icy flood, and
he as a trustee bf the fund would be
compelled to refund tho amount lost.
His attorney advised him that even
should the bank be demolished by the
Ice the depositors would not be required
to make good any trust funds, the Iobb
being caused by the "act of God" and
not through the negligence of the trus
tees or administrators, The unduly ex
cited citizen did not withdraw his
Some Remarkable Cure of deafness are
recorded of . Dr. Thomas' Evloctrlo Oil.
Never falls to cure earache.
GEN. SICKLES AFTER CASH
The Veteran Desires rnrtition of His
A BIG SUIT AT NEW KOCHELLE
Tho Other Heirs Arc Thrco Step-Sisters
Who Had Peculiarities of Their
Owa-Elopcd with Com
By the United Press.
New York, Feb. 8. General Daniel E.
Sickles hit Just brought suit at New
Rochetle for the partition of his
father's large estate. The heirs are the
general himself, who is the only child
of his father's first marriage, and the
three children of his father's second
marriage Mrs. George .Mend, Mrs.
Thomas Qulnn and Mrs. James Din-
It is a friendly suit, and the bringing
of It at this time is caused by the com
ing of age of Mrs. Dinham.the youngest
of the heirs. The amount involved Is
about $2.ri0,v00, invested In twenty par
cels of land. Including 800 acres at NeT
Old George Sickles, the father of tho
general, had three daughters by his
housekeeper, Mrs. Sawyer, a widow.
When he was 81 years old he married
her In great state in New Yorltj city,
the three daughters, thus legitimatized,
acting as bridesmaids.
Their Matrimonial Ventures.
These three had peculiarities of their
own. Roma, the eldest, eloped with
George Mead, a butcher boy, the son
of the Sickles family's ' washwoman.
Pcrle, the second daughter, eloped with
Thomas Qulnn, ailmost- as obscure as
Mr. Mead. Last of all came Alta, elop
ing at 16 with Jimmle Dinham, a bar
General Sickles has never had any
thing to do with his stepmother's
daughters, nor have his children by his
dead first wife, nor his children by his
second wife, who Hives In Spain, any
acquaintance with them. One of these
children, by the way, eloped and mar
ried a young man named McCarthy, In
A good part of the property has been
held ever since Mrs. Sawyer Sickles
died, a few years after her husband.
She was thirty-three years younger
than her husband.
The heirs agreed that Mrs. Sawyer
Sickles should have the income of the
property until she died, and that as
soon as she was dead and the younger
of her children were of age, they would
divide the estate by a friendly suit.
A Washington special says: General
Sickles said tonight that his New Ro
chelle suit was purely a private matter,
about which he did not care to talk.
Wouldn't Stand Any Nonsense.
When tho Marquis de Louvllle accost
ed the doughty General Sickles recently
In the lobby of the New York Academy
of Music with the query as to whether
the latter questioned the validity of his
title, the way in which the General
threw aside his crutches and hopped
toward a wall where, with his back
against it, he claimed to be on an equal
footing with any man in a fisticuffs en
counter, few would have thought him
to be a man over 60.
He is one of the best preserved gentle
men in New York, though he has had a
busy and eventful life. He was a law
yer and a member of the New York
legislature, and served three terms In
congress before the war. He was
secretary of the legation to England
under Buchanan. Was tried and ac
quitted for the murder of Key, in Wash
ington. Raised a brigade at the out
break of the war, and served with dis
tinction throughout that conflict until
the loss of his leg at Gettysburg. He
was minister to Spain in 1869.
The World's Largest Lamp.
A Belgian inventor has devised an Im
mense lamp such as has probably never
been see before. It is composed of 3,nu0
pieces, six feet h'.eb and measures 7.10
feet In diameter. It is fed with lard oil,
and the consumption Is said to bo very
small. Its light Is so powerful that one
may read by It at a distance of 600 feet.
My wife limb'on trembled
with Liv.rOomi Ulntund Pal
pitation of the I)mM for over a
of our beet ptmioian. After
uslss turee bottWs of toot
Burdock Bleed llttor shell
luoo entirely well. Wet.-uly
reoomm.aii your Kedioloe.
Oaospa W, BsAwix,
lioatpslier, William Co.. O
'tr-r, w - i , . i i ,
quk'klr and perm.
bputlT all nnrvnua
dtaftftMH. anMi a. Waalc ll.mnfr
Loss of Brain Puwor, lluuilnvhe, WukeruluaM,
l.uat V Italltjr, nltiUtljr eitilabloiit.evlldreami.ini
potencyiint ffiistinit Utit'iucN ctunuil y , utarut
crrari.retcv.Nri. Cnnlnlni do etiialaa. Its
nerve toaleund tiUod buil'vr. tlultoillie pale
ami puny .irons and plump. Kmllycurrloillu at
liocliut. 81 pur bon i u.rSO. II y null prptd
wltlm written uimrnntofttocuro or money refunded.
Write us for (Vco netlleal book, aeul Mnlod Is
8 lain wrapper, which contain teptluiunlals and
nanolul reroronrea. fin oharse Tor eonault.
tlnna. Hewart of imUdtifma. fold ev onr aWer
ilMd seems, or nvirn.i NRRVli &.! COm
laaoutc Tcuiule. tklcure. 111.
BOLD IN 80RANTON, PA., H. C. RANDER80K
WASHINGTON, COB. fcTKUCE, DUUOU1BT8.
If we had not bought this stock from the sheriff, selling at such
prices as the following would be Impossible. Taken nil round,
they only figure up about half the value of the goods :
This Is how ws troat the Cloak stock: 110
irarnientago at I3.W), $7 garnmnt atS&OO, II)
garment at fit, 15 garment at $2.60. etc. Every
gerraout up to data In style.
MKl Children's Qreteben Overcoats, ate., at
your own price.
THIS IL TICKLE YOUR FANCY 1
100 White Marnrllloa Quilts, new patterns,
lame else. 41b weight, Ulconte; albs, weight,
DO vents; 8 lb. weight, 8U cents. They coat
more to manufacture.
The Beet Bleached Sheeting on the market
at any prloi la the "MobawK," Everybody
know tfilt; note the new price; 8-1 wide, lUi
cuuta; 10-4 lde, 16 couta,
At lew than the cast or the yarn In It We've
gathered tcgathnr 6X1 dozens of all sort and
la Irom Uoodman't stock. Tbey'reoddsnnd
ends of rulur uumlei s, and we're not ask
ing half what thoy cost for your choice.
BANKRUPT SALE OF GOODMAN'S
v. 510 LACKAWANNA ATENIE. ,'
All Run Down
AlwaysTlred, Sleepless end
Blood Vitalized and Strength Ro-
nowod by Hood's Sarsapariila.
" C. I. Iiees & Co., Lowell, Maia. :
" For a oouple o( years, I was iubject te foci
Inst anjthuij but sod. I always fait Urol, 1
could not sleep st night aud the little I eouM
eat did not nein to benefit rat any.
I Did Not Have) Any Ambition
to gs around or work asd in taut was not able U
do a rood da'i work. I kapponed to pick up s
circular emiiriolug adverUieaesU aaJ testl
mooUll (or Beud's SaruparLlla, sad alter read-
lug them decided to give Ilood's Sarsaparllla a
trial. I havo taken five bottles and must say
that I have derived wonderful bentUtfromltaud
Feel Llko a New Man.
I would recommend it to all lufferera and would
urge tluiu not to hesitate but to decide at once
to take Hood'i Sarsaparllla." PaulM. Weiiek,
Ilia North Tenth Street, Reading, Pennsylvania.
Hood's Pills are prompt and efficient, yet
easy In action. Sold by all druggists. 25b
230 Lackawanna Ave., Scranton, Pa.
t E3 t B
8 85 8 85
8 85 . 8 85
8 85 8 85
8 85 $15.00 AND $18.00 8 85
8 85 SllltS 8 So
8 85 . and 8 85
8 85 Overcoats 885
8 85 flj 8 85
8 85 8 85,
8 85 $(0)i85 885
8 85 fWk 8 85
8 85 IMI 8 85
8 85 8 85
3 Single 8 85
8 85 and 8 85
8 85 Double 885
8 85 Breasted 885
8 85 All-Wool 885
8 85 8 85
8 85 8 85
8 85 ' 8 85
8 gs Casslineres 8 M
8 85 in SultS ; 8 85
8 85 Single anil 8 85
s 85 Double 8 85
8 85 Breasted 8 85
8 85 Black and Blue 8 85
8 85 w . 8 85
Long Cut Kersey
8 85 8 85
8 85 8 85
8 gs In Overcoats. 8 K
230 Lackawanna Ave.
SIGN OF THE BELL
WE CAN OIVE VOU
fill 'Come and see us about the Job
Ivors you will need soon.
The Scranton Trinnne Job Dept.
Fast blacks for rp (sees or children, to. ; extra
heavy aakaa, ID lent, etc
Hams values all the way through for men's,
women's and children's slzei.
10 yards f st color Dress Prints 25o
lien's strong Half Uosa 4o
Men's Fsncy Print Bhlrte, with collar.. 8o
Men a Laundried Bhirta( Anchor cotton) iVo
Men's Strong CVitton Pauts 49a
Youth' Long Pants 4Vo
Hoavy Overall! and Jackets 4Ho
New Outing Flannels (heavy) 6u
Boys' All-Wool Hults fl 26
Real Turkey Red Table Damask, etc.... 16o
EXTRA I EXTRA I
On Monday, from 8 to v o'clock a. m., we
will sell a good heavy Toweling at 1M cents a
yard, and from 9 to 10 o'clock (-cent Handker
chiefs at 2 cents.
Those goods cannot be had at the prioes
quuWd one minute after the hours aamed.
$50,000 worth of Dry Goods, No-
tions, Ladles' and Gents' Furnishing
Goods,nillinery, Cloaks, Furs, Infants'
TO BE CLOSED OUT REGRRDLE8S OF COST. 2
The steady increase of our business
compels us to enlarge and remodel the en- j
tire store for spring trade, and as the stock
will be in the way 5
maun m nice, j
400 and 402 Lacka. Ave., 3
We commence today, and shall continue through
out this week, the sale of a complete assortment of
Irish Point and Tambour Lace Curtains, 3 and 4
yards long, at one third oS former prices.
A fine line of Brussels Points have also been put
in with this lot of Curtains, on which we have put
prices that will surely please you.
Suitable for hangings, in choice colorings, at $1.50
and $2.00 per yard; formerly $3.00 and $4.00 re
spective'. SILK PLUSH
T 1 1!3 1? . f tf ,1 Ji .
m a spienaia line 01 colors, .pi. 50, worm 52.50 per
In all sizes and qualities, at moderate prices.
406 and 408 Lackawanna Ave.
iARLOlt SUITS CAN BE
01 fl Cfl
iARPETS HAVE BEEN
Heavy CM ft fl
Wilton Velvet, 0 1 lUU
HEN YOU COME
- offerings, other things
1UR NEW TERMS, MAKE NOTE OF 'Eil: : Z
$20.00 worth of
40.00 " " 3
j 60.00 " ' 4.oo
, 75.00 ' " 5.00
90.00 41 6.00
120.00 " 41 8.00
Larger bills in proportion.
to know reeardinir "Economy's
- .7 .
Remember our FREE Railroad Delivery.
ECONOMY FURNITURE CO
' SCRANTON'S 'HOME PROVIDERS. V
23B .AND 837, WYOMING! AVENUE.
EBECKER 1 CO.
Silk Plush, Spring Elge.
Then there are others rang
ing up to $150.
MADE OUR LEADING
Per Yard. Would be de-
sirable at $1.75.
TO SEE . THE ABOVE
will grasp your attention.'!
goods for $2.00 per month.
Ask us about what you .'want
Easy Way to Pay."'