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THE 6CBAOTON TBIBUNB FBIDAT MOBNINO. -DECEMBER 27, 1893.
ONLY A SCRAP.
But Stephen Glusk Wishes Ua Hadn't
A man covered with blood and who
bad several bad ruts on his head walked
into Alderman Jones' office yesterday
and swore out warrants for the arrest
of Mat Ulsrhefoky and John Massatts,
charged with assaulting him. The man
presented a sorry appearance as he told
lils story. The wounds were ntlll fresh
and were bleeding badly. They had
not been dressed by a doctor and it was
evident to all that his injuries were
The man's story was as follows: The
night before about half past ten he
heard a great racket at the home of his
brother not far away. Wishing to know
the cause of the disturbance he crossed
over to Bee what the matter was. As he
entered the house he saw that a fight of
some kind was going on between his
brother and several other men. The
men were threatening his brother and
endeavoring to injure him. Mr. Gluck,
a he said his name was. started off to
got some one to arrest the men. when
they suddenly attacked him. He de
fended himself as best he could but they
were too many for him. Finally he
Was felled with a glass which hit him In
the face. The men then proceeded to
kick him and otherwise injure him.
Constable Neary Is now after the men
and will probably bring them In today.
JOHN M LALT.1II.1N ARRESTED
An Angry Husband lias Him Brought
Before Alderman Jones.
At the Instance of Jesse Sloan. John
McLaughlin was arrested on Christmas
day, the plaintiff asserting that the
defendant's relations with his wife
were Illicit. Mrs. Sloan hus not lived
.with her. husband for several clays,
'leaving on Monday and securing board
nt a boarding house, paying for a week
in advance. She said she had Just ar
rived from Port Jervls and was in
search of work. She had secured a
place at the Harrison house but It
would not be ready for a week.
Mrs. Sloan did not remain long nt the
boarding house but left in a couple of
days. Yesterday she appeared at Al
derman Jones' office and agreed to go
back and live with her husband. Mr.
Sloan wanted McLaughlin to sign a
paper acknowledging his relations with
his wife and promising to discontinue
them. McLaughlin said he could not
'acknowledge a thing that he was inno
cent of but said he would pay the
costs If the matter was droped.
.After some little discussion Mr. Sloan
agreed to this and the costs amounting
to $6.75 were paid.
REV. DANIELS BURIED.
The Remains Brought from llnzteton Vcs
tcrday and Interred at Clifford.
The remains of Rev. Daniel Daniels,
who died at the home of his son-in-law.
T. A. Williams, of West Haxleton, on
.Sunday, were brought to this city on
the 10.H0 train yesterday morning.
From this place the body was taken
to Clifford by vehicle and Interred In
the cemetery at that place. Rev.
Daniels had previously been pastor of
the Congregational church for about
forty years and his remains will be
burled near the church where he had bo
faithfully labored. He was about 80
years of age and after leaving Clifford
was pastor of theCongregationulchurch
at Jeanvlle and Beaver Meadow.
He is survived by Mrs. T. A. Will-
SAVED FROM NICOTINE.
Father and Son Set Free at Ashe
yille, N. C.
Little Charley Fogieman Used Tobacco Since
Babyhood, and His Father Smoked and
Chewed for the Past Twenty Year.
"Is that true?" asked the News' man
at Pelham's Pharmacy, as he laid down
a letter In the presence of a dozen Inter
' "Yes, It Is," promptly answered the
proprietor. "It was written here on one
.of our letterheads, and signed my J.
Fogieman, who lives at No. & Buxton
street. We all know he Is a man of his
"I am glad to hear It. You wll agree
with me that It Is almost too good to be
true, this is what the letter Bald:
Ofllce of Pelham's Pharmacy. 24 Pat
ton avenue, Ashevllle, N. C September
12, 1894. Gentlemen My little boy, now
J! years, began chewing tobacco when 3
years old by the advice of our family
jifiyHiumii, in me piuce ui stronger stim
ulants. Four or five weeks ago I began
'giving him No-To-Bac, which I bought
at Pelham's Pharmacy, and to my great
surprise, and It Is needless to sav. mv
delight, No-To-Bac completely cured
him. He does not seem to care for to
bacco, and Is very much Improved In
'health, eats heartily and has a much
"Finding such remarkable results
from the use of No-To-Bac I began my
'.self, and It cured me, after using to
'bacco, fn all Its various forms, for a pe
rlod of twenty years.
. "I take pleasure In making this nlaln
statement of facts for the benefit of oth
ers. (Signed J. C. FOOLEMAN"
"What's that" asked Chief of Police
Hawkins, whose manly form attired In
ithe new police uniform, like Solomon In
t.i n aivi j f laiur m lue uuui ,
'.'Why, No-To-Bac cures!"
"Cures? Why, I should say so. 1
nave used It myself. It cured me."-
"Would you object to making a state
ment of the fact fur publication?"
"Certainly not," and the Chief wrote
as follows: .
"Ashevllle. N. C Sent. 25. 1804. Pel
ham Pharmacy I bought one h" f
No-To-Bac from you some time since.
After using No-To-Bac 1 found 1 had
lost the desire for tobacco. I was cured.
"I have used tobacco chiefly chew
ing ior eigni ifi) or ten 10) years.
"H, 8. HAWKINS."
Everybody looked astonished and
wondered what would next turn up.
-suppose it aon'l cure-" some one
"Then you get your mnnev back." re
; plied the druggist. "No-To-Bac Is made
ny Tne sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago.
Montreal and New York, and as sterling
in cnaracter an in name. By them ev
ery druggist in America is authorized
,to sell No-To-Bac under an absolute
guarantee to cure or money refunded.
They always do the square thing. Here,
read their famous booklet, "Don't To
bacco spit ana in it."
W have a line of
Fancy Rocking Chairs,
asles, Umbrella Stands
lone wlh our regular line of
Ana last, bat not
, the finest line of
bflnrtld In the city.
PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
J. SCOTT INGLIS
lams and Emma Daniels, of West
Hasleton. Morgan Daniels, of Union-
dale, and William and Samuel Daniels,
A Christmas Wedding.
At the parsonage of the Berean Bap
tist church Christmas day Rev. T. K.
Jepson, pastor, of the church, united Mr.
Irving A. Green, of Waverly. Pa., to
Miss Katie M. Mntt. of Clifford, in the
bonds of holy matrimony. The young
couple were attended by Miss Mary
Pierson and Mr. C. H. Plerson, of thlB
city. After the ceremony a reception
was held at the home of W. S. Plerson,
IKS Lincoln avenue, who is a relative of
the bride. The newly wedded pair at
once left for Waverly. after the recep
tion, where they will make their home.
Charles H. Hooper will be seen at the
Grand next Monday evening in "Chiin-
mle Fadden. a play dramatllled from
the famous book of that name by Ed-,
ward W. Townsend. The book has
been received every where with great
delight and the play is said to be as
good in every particular. The costumes
are all up to date and the company
brings with them a large amount of
William Smedley Injured.
While nt his work in the Hondrlck
Manufacturing company's works, Will
iam Smedley, an employe, was badly
Injured yesterday. Mr. Smedley was
lifting a heavy steam pipe when it
slipped from his grasp and fell on his
left hand, crushing his fingers quite se
verely. For Fast Driving.
On Christmas, John Cobb, a resident
of Greenfield, was arrested for fast
driving, an offense which he committed
some time before. Mr. Cobb ran Into
a euringe belonging to Dr. S. S. Shields
arid smashed it quite badly. He settled
PERSONAL AM) OTHER ITEMS.
The Klots brothers are movlnir their silk
throwing school from the Craifo building
to their new silk mill.
'Ihe marriage of Miss Kat e Barrett, of
thlst rlt, anil Robert Reuves. of Jermvn.
Is announced to tuke place' on New Year's
day In St. Pose's church at noon.
.Miss Jennie tiuli-K, or i'ronipton, is vislt
ln .Ml"s Kiln Arthur, of Kclmoiit street.
Miss Kdna Court rial) t ami lien Viatk us
spent yesterday with the formir's mother.
In Pouth ( ana in.
Miss Klolse Kil wards, of Wilkes-Barro.
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Kdwurds, of South Church street.
Michael Collins, of Brooklyn street, who
has heen In the tea business for the pust
year, lias sold tils route and Intends to
cniltnrk In seme new business.
A child of Mr. n i Mrs. Smith, of P ko
strf-el, is sc-ioush' ill.
M". and .Mrs. David Zidv of Brooklyn.
N. Y.. Pe euct" of the laser's mother.
Sim. C. It. Munvlllo.
Hurt While, of Wl'.kes-llarre. Is v a t ng
friends In this eltv.
Uev. Ahreni .tones Is 'l r-t the home of
Mrs. John T. Jones, on Terrace street.
.Massiv nnd Wesllake. or Inst season s
base hull team, were visiting friends In
this rlty yesterday.
Itev. James . Malone. of Scranton.
called on friends In this eltv yesterday.
John ConnntiKhlon Is visiting friends nt
Miss Mnme Cannon, of Pike street, In
visiting Miss Mary Tighe, of Pittston.
O. H. .Tailwln. of New York city, spent
Chrlsimas Inthis city.
Professor Carl Messier Is spending the
holidays in New York.
Mrs. Charles Van Holder and daughter
Carrie, who have bten visiting Mr. ami
.Mrs. Arthur Correll, or Canaan street, re
turned to their home in l.lma yesterday.
Mr. and .Mrs. W. A. Kuse. or Syracuse,
are guests at the home of Mr. Kase's pa
rents, Mr. aim .Mrs. Augustus Kase, on
V ayne sireet.
Mrs. Elizabeth Fletcher, who has been
visiting her son. Dr. Fletcher, for the past
month, returned to her home In Thompson
.Mrs. Jennie Vinson, or narroru, is visit
ing Dr. Fletcher, on Washington street.
Will Coyne, of Scranton, was the guest or
Marcus Duffy Christmas day.
Miss Mary Oumaer Is home from her
school In Brockport, N. Y., to spend the
Holiert Duxliury is visiting menus 111
New York state.
John Heed and daughter Mame. of Scran
ton, are visiting friends In this city.
James Gorman, of South Main street,
left yesterday for a short visit with friends
In New York city.
Oeorge .Mat), who is attending tne .-ew
York College of I'hnrmucy, Is home for
Isaac Singer. Henry Singer and Fred.
Moses attended a dance In Scranton last
Miss Nellie uarrny, 01 ocranion, is vis
iting her parents.
Mrs. Hugh McComn Is quite 111 at her
home on Garfield avenue.
Miss Kale Fox. of South Church street,
Is visiting friends In Scranton.
John IJ. riinell leu vesieruuy lur
York city, where he will spend the coming
WHetiry Singer is home from New York
for the holidays.
Mrs. Foster, of Lincoln avenue, has gone
to New York for a short visit.
Moore Crago. of Scranton. Is snending
the holidays with his sister, Mrs. Fethlek,
on Salem avenue,
Thomas u. Knener, 01 nuirn-unnc, .
visiting rrlends In this city.
Mr and Mrs. B. F.uth and Miss Mary
Hocking are visiting frltnds in Wyoming.
The Christmas services In St. Thomas'
church were the most elaborate and
Impressive ever held here. They were
especially noteworthy because of the
fact that Rev. M. H. Cawley, a young
resident of this borougn, wno was or
dained In the priesthood nt lluffalo on
Saturday last, celebrated his first mass.
The church was very beautifully deco
rated. There was an admirable scene
representing Bethlehem on the first
Christmas. The altar was radiant with
lighted candleB . while a profusion of
palms and potted plants, neatly ar
ranged, made a picture that It was a
pleasure to see. j
The first mass at 6 o'clock and the sec
ond at 8.30 o'clock were celebrated by
Rev. T. J. Comerrord. ur. L,ucas con
ducted services at Edgerton.
The last mass which wag one of the
most Impressive In the Catholic service
was Bung by Rev. M. H. Cawley. The
young prleBt preceded by the acolytes
and attendant priests, entered the
church by the main aisle and took their
places on the sanctuary. The celebra
tion of the mass was then begun,
Father Cawley being assisted by Rev.
Dr. Lucas who was deacon. Rev, P. J.
Enrlght, of Allegany, sub-deacon, and
Rev. T. J. Comerford, assistant priest.
The Impresslveness of the service was
Immeasurably Increased by the excel
lent singing of the choir. Johns' mass
In D flat was rendered and the solos
and choruses erc admirably sustained.
Fattier ComeBford preached from the
universal text of 4he day: "Olory to
God In the Highest and on Earth Peace
to Men and Good Will." His sermon
clearly and eloquently explained the
meaning of the great feast day of the
Christian! world and he told how the
benefits that followed the appearance
of Christ on earth might best be per
petuated. After complimenting the
people ofArchbald on the number of her
sons who have gone forth to minister
to the spiritual wants of the people he
congratulated the young priest on his
auspicious entrance Into the sacred
calling and lie wve utterance to
the wish of the congregation that his
work be crowned with honor and suc
cess. After mass Father Cawley gave
his blessing to hundreds of the congre
gation. At this mass the attendance
was exceptionally large..' Among those
present from out of town were: Rev. P.
F. Qulnnan. of Plttston; , Rev. John
Loughran, of Washington, and Rev. J.
L. Shanley. of Dickson; Dr. P. H. Kear
ney and Mr. and Mrs. J.- F. Mullen, of
Scranton; ' V. E. Timlin and sisters, of
Jermyn, and the following students at
St. Bonaventure'e college, Allegany, N.
Y.: Henry Burke, Dunmore; John Mor
rison, Scranton; Hugh Jennings, Moo
sic: James Gllegely, Scranton; P. J.
Enrlght. Allegany: Thomas English,
Plttston; John O'Connell, Carbondale;
John Holmes, Carbondale; John Ford,
Hartford, Conn.; Frank Canavan,
Honesdale; Edward Burke and John
Morrison, of Carbondale. Father Caw
ley will leave on Monday to assume his
charge at Alton, III.
Twelve hundred people attended the
opening of St. Thomas' fair -on Christ
mas night. This Is not surprising In
view of the fact that St. Thomas' dif
fers so much from the ordinary church
Mrs. August Olindeck. of Sauth Main
street, died on Tuesday after a short
Illness. Mrs. Olindeck was about 60
years old and was beloved by an exten
sive circle of friends. Her funeral took
place yesterday afternoon.
Miss Mary A. Kearney and Thomas
Flynn were married on Christmas af
ternoon by Rev. T. J. Comerford In St
Thomas' church. The bride was at
tended by Miss Maggie Judge and the
groom was accompanied by Anthony
Conway, of Parsons. The bride wore
stone blue lansdowne with pearl trim
ming and hat to match. The brides
maid's gown was of blue serge beauti
fully trimmed. As the bridal party
walked up the aisle of the church the
choir sang an appropriate selection and
Miss Foote played a wedding march of
Kossini. After an elaborate supper and
reception at the home of the bride on
South Pine street, the wedded couple
went to Philadelphia on a wedding trip.
The wedded couple are well and favor
ably known. The bride was a valued
member of St. Thomas' choir.
Daniel Lnngstuff, of Scranton, spent
Thursday In town.
The foundation for- Editor Watkin's
new residence, on Main street. Is nearly
Invitation are out for a birthday par
ty to be given by the Ladles' Aid so
ciety nt the First Baptist church Tues
day evening, Dec. 31. IsDS, (New Year's
eve.) A literary and musical pro
gramme will be given and Ice cream
and cake will be served to every one
after the entertainment. A very pleas
ant time Is anticipated.
Mrs. Walter Reynolds, Mlssea Jessie
Kemmer and Mabel Reynolds spent
Monday at Scranton.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Phllllns enter
tained their relatives 011 Christmas
The Chrlstmns supper at the First
Baptist church Christmas eve was a de
cided success. During the evening the
Factoryvllle orchestra furnished music
and the little folks sang songs and re
cited. The tables were filled several
times und a very nice supper was
served. A very pleasant evening was
enjoyed by all present.
Miss Kva Moss, who Is spending the
winter with her aunt, Mrs. H. W.
Tourge, at this place, will spend Sun
day and Monday with her parents at
At the M. K. church Sunday last. Row
Hard, of Hinghnmton. filled the pulpit,
and In the evening Dr. J. C. Woodruff,
presiding elder. During the enonlng
the debt of SIMM) remaining unpaid on
the now parsonage was raised and $1:10
subscribed toward paying for a new
orgnn for the church.
Monday, nt 1:.".0. the funeral services
of Henry Mathewson were held from
his late residence on Main street, Rev.
M. J. Watklns olllciating. The pall
bearers were the town council men, of
which Mr. Mathewson was president,
and Langstaff Hose company turned
out In a body. The floral tributes were
very pretty. Interment at Kvergreen
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reynolds enter
tained a large party of relatives and
friends at their home on Christmas
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Hornbnker nnd
daughter, Kleanor, of Scranton, and
Frank (lanlner, of Dunmore, spent
Chrlstmns with their parents', Mr. nnd
Mrs. C. C. Gardner, on Academy street.
The Methodist and Presbyterian Sun
day schools both held their usual
Christmas entertainments on Christ
mas eve. Very creditable performan
ces were given nt both places which
were much enjoyed by the good people
attending them, after which the pres
ents were distributed among the schol
ars. Harry Frost Is Improving rapidly
from his injuries, but Is still confined to
C. H. Watson, of Scranton, a former
resident of this place, was a visitor In
M. and Mrs. W. F. Waterman spent
Chrlstmns among friends in Btngham
ton, N. Y.
King Klwell.of Scranton, sppnt Christ
mas at the home of W. R. Manners on
John Brodhead Is visiting at the
home of Irn Broadhead, of Mill City.
Mr. and Mrs. I, J. Price attended the
opera in Scranton on Tuesday evening.
A number of the old tlmei sports of
this place enjoyed themselves Christ
mas morning by having a shooting
match. Nicholas Bronza was the best
shot and carried off the prize, about $4
In cash. .
If tho llaby Is Cutting Teeth
Mrs. Wlnslow'u Soothing Syrup has
been used for over Fifty Years by Mil
lions of Mothers for their Children
while Teething, with Perfect Success.
It Soothes the Child, Softens the Gums,
Allays all Pain; Cures Wind Colic and
Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Sold
by Druggists In every part of the world.
Be sure ana asK ior "jurs. w insiow s
Soothing Syrup," and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle,
Frank Lamb Is ill.
Col. Snover has returned home from
Watklns. N. Y.
L. E. Tiffany, our popular druggist,
has moved Into his new block.
n-.. r 1.' Mmlnv a ml wife are re
joicing over the arrival of a daughter
which was Dorn on l uesuay,
a t.lnrmnn rv P. Tlonovan and wife, of
Scranton, are the guests at the resi
dence or rairiCK Murray on milium
The Catholics are now conducting a
fair In Klstler hall. Great Bend, for the
benefit of the church.
n ... Ankui'lv niir nnnular Mnln
street grocer.attended a party at Clarks
Green on wennesuay.
George Hallstead, Garret Bogart,
John Mears and David Brown.of Scran
ton, were In town on business Thurs-
Prof. C. E. Moxley, of this place, who
IS a candidate ior tne oniue in i-uumy
Worn Out Women
Should read this letter., It shows the
wonderful building-up powers of Hood's
great bipod purifier.
"I wjsh I could
stand in tome pub
Ho place and cry to
all ailing humanity,
'Hear this, ye peo-
pW, what wonder
ful things Hood's
done for me and my
family.' I cannot
express what I suf
fered. Only one of try sex knows what a
woman can suffer In my condition. I was
prostrate with nervousness and weakness.
The least noise would drive me frantic.
I decided to take Hood' Barupsrllla. I
am orerjoyed to say that I am bow well,
aearty, rosy and plump.
is the best medicine for those suffering as
Ihavesuffersd." Mas. C. C. Kiazr atricx,
Pine Grore, Penn. . . , fl; six for ft,
Hqod'f Pills eaSub.&nuu'
The greatest cause of terror of
the present day, formerly con
sidered hopeless, is now conceded
by the best physicians as curable
under proper conditions. Its
cause a depleted condition of
the system ; a mal-assimilation of
food ; a wasting away of the
tissues ; an impoverishment of the
blood. The result a diseased
condition of all the organs of the
body ; a formation of eating ulcers ;
and the result death from collapse
or hemorrhage. But the cure is
that greatest concentration into
the least : possible bulk of the
vital elements of lean, raw beef.
It is absorbed and nourishes with
the least possible effort on the
part of the stomach. It creates
new tissue, enriches the blood,
makes flesh, arid by strengthening
the great vital centres of . the
body enables them to perform
their functions in a natural man
ner, and dispel disease. Thou
sands owe their life to its use.
superintendent of schools, will canvass
the county next week to look after his
interests for that orllce. We say that
he should and will be elected for two
reasons: first, he Is the most qualified
and second he Is the most popular.
1L A. B. Longshore, Is spending the
holidays at Hazleton, Pa.
Frank Gratton spent Christmas with
his parents at Curbondale.
Subscribe for The Tribune, only 45
cents per month. Fred D. Lumb Is the
agent for this plnct
Prof. R. H. Mui tin and wife, of Elm
hurst, are the guests of Jermyn friends.
Yesterday the Citizens' Temperance
band were out serenading the people of
this and Mayneld boroughs.
Robert Biukeslee, who has been vis
iting the family of C. D. Winter, left
Tuesday for his home in Jefferson
The Methodist church held very en
joyable exercises Christmas night. The
following Is the programme: Anthem,
choir; Scripture reading, superinten
dent; prayer, pastor; Christmas ad
dress, G. A. Fowler; singing. Infant
class; recitation. Miss Louisa Moon;
singing, school; recitation, George Har
ris; vucul duet. Misses Lena Gendall
and Mllle Osborne; recitation. Miss
Carrie Coon; music, choir; recitation,
Bert Gendall: singing, school; recita
tion, Miss Minnie Philips; selection,
choir; recitation. Miss Laura Hill.
After the programme candy and fruit
were distributed to the children of the
Rev. E. S.' Cross, of Montezuma,
Mexico, who was at one time rector of
St. James Episcopal church in this
place, recently preached a sermon on
"Good Foundations In Time of Floods,"
which has been printed and is very
highly spoken of. Mr. Cross will be re
membered by many as a very unas
suming but exceedingly scholarly
young man and his old parishioners
will be glad to hear of his success In
his far away held of labor.
The Christmas number of the Jermyn
Press contains an original poem by
Editor Boundy which is eliciting a
great many complimentary criticisms
and Is well worth careful perusal.
Rev. M. E. Lynott Is In New York
Mrs. Burton Parks and children are
visiting friends In Nicholson.
Charles Maynard was a visitor at
Vandllng on Christmas day.
Thursday the numerous friends of
Miss Cora Davis spent a delightful
evening at her home on Main street.
W. H. Dodson and family have re
turned from Kingston where they were
called by the death of Mr. Dodson's
Relief in Six Honrs.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis
eases relieved in bIx hours by the "New
Great South American Kidney Cure."
This new remedy Is a great surprise on
account of its exceeding promptness In
relieving pain In the bladder, kidneys,
back and every part of the urinary pas
sages in male or female. It relieves re
tention of water and pain In passing It
almost Immediately. If you want quick
relief and cure this is your remedy.
Sold by C. M. Harris, druggist, 125
Penn avenue, Scranton, Pa,
-J UUur tf i m dtltmr mnuS." .
TkblarflM' mmUA neach Pa lis Kid Bat
Is Boot 4attfNd tm aoywkera la the U.Sea
mt Foetal leu ate SIM.'
aid M all null
caiashee, therefore we seer
antn the Jt), eMt ew4 wmbf.
and If any eae la act aitlaHaal
we wiu rauvw w mumm
reaiia another pair. Oeaea
wMthe O, rt.B, ft U.
1 to a aaa nasi
tira Shoe CoXiL"
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ANOTHER CLEARING SALE
We have cleaned up about all our odds
and ends and sell them as rapidly as they
come In, but we were lucky to catch on
another snap. We cleaned up one mill of
underwear. There Is no doubt you are
aware how we buy goods; always GO cents
on the dollar, and give the benefit to our
trade. This sale Is Important, and If you
want to buy underyear, here you are.
6 dosen of mixtures, woolen underwear,
nice, clean' staple goods, at 26 cents each,
or 00 cents for the suit.
Boyi, from 21 to 84. any slse, for IS
Cloaks, never In the history of this line
could you purchase a cloak for the price
as this season. Plain facts; the season
was unfavorable this year and the manu
THE GREAT OUT PRICE STORE
HENRY GOODMAN, Manager,
516 Lackawanna Avenue. ' -
It will pay you
COT CLASS AND
FIVE O'CLOCK TEAS
CLEMONS, FERBER.O'MALLEY COMPANY
Special Attention Given to Business
and Personal Accounts. .
INTEREST PAID OS THE DEPOSITS.
Sen 8 cents for t-"mpls) pnokao.
Faultless Chemical Company, Balti
Moosic Powder Go,
Rooms 1 and 2 Commowealtii Bld'g,
MINING and BLASTING
MADE AT MOOSIC AND RU8
Lafflln aV Rand Powder Co."
Orange Gun Powder
Electric Batteries, Fuses for explad
- Ing blasts. Safety Fuse and
fiepannoCnemical Co.'s High Explosive!
facturers were compelled to throw their
goods noon the market. Prices wero no
object. We have a hold on these goods.
200 cloaks, we don't claim they are syllsh
but they are good for this cold weather,
and when you get one for $2, any slzo
from 32 to 42, In black blue only. ,
We have some stylish coats also, but
style always coats something, which we
will sell you In black blue or any other
color, short coat, for $4.99.
Have. you seen our black cloth cape?
Not equaled In price nor In quality, only
13.99, for ten days.
We have not time to write ads. We have
the biggest bargains you have ever seen In
shawls, blankets and wool-knit goods and
to visit our store and look
IS CLOSING OU I I HE ENTIRE STOCK OP
Whicli has been carried over from the Christinas
trade. Every article is marked down to such prices
as will insure their removal before January i.
Brass and Onyx Tables and Stands,
Screens, Easels, Jardinieres, Vases,
Blacking Cases, Carpet Sweepers,
Smyrna and Japanese Rugs, all sizes,
Fur Rugs in Plain and Combination Colors.
and Covers, Lace
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408 Lackawanna Ave.
OLD WHITE PIE TIBER
For Heavy Structural Work,
ANY SIZE, AND UP TO FORTY FEET LONG
RICHARDS LUMBER CO
22 Commonwealth Bldg., Scranton, Pa. Telephone 422.
That's what we want to sell the next few daysa
collection of Odds and Ends in Furniture Novelties.
are among them.
225 AND 227 AND
over our stock of
Curtains, etc., etc.
WW I V Jfj WW
Opposite The Wyoming House.
218 WYOMING AYE.