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THE SCBAXTON TKTBITNTS FRIDAT MORNINO, JANtTATtV 3, 1896.,
frequently chew and smoke immMSt :
v quantities ot tooacco ana wonaer an
the time wtiythoa look so bad, feel
so mean. Try ander an absolute guar
antee ol benefit and Hnal cure, or money :
refunded, the taking ota single boa ol ;
regulates tobacco using.
builds uo nervous system.
makes pure, rich blood. Many report :
a gain of ten pounds in ten days. Go i
buy a box. Try it under your own
DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. SEE
Stat is a.tliorlted to noil No-To-Bac tin
er absolute guarantee to cure every
form of tobacco using. Our written gu.r
aatee, tree sample of No-To-Hae und
booklet called "Dou't Tobacco Spit uud
Smoke Your Life A wy." mulled for the
slilna. Address THE PTKltUNG HKM
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THOMAS ORCHARD AT REST.
FuiKf'iil Service Held at Trinity Church.
Hundreds Attend the Funeral.
The funeral of ThomuB Orchard, who
died Monday mornliiK. occurred yester
day af Ivrnoon from Trinity church. The
remains were tuki-n to the church In the
mnrniiiK unil lay in state until the time
of Imriiil. Thousands viulteil the church
try the course of the day to view them
for the lust time. Around the collin
were muny beautiful (lowers, chlelly
Mnrecliul Neil roses and callu lilies.
fThe services took idace ut 3 o'clock
end were very Impressive. They were
conducted by Rev. K. J. Balsley, ltev.
O. E. Kettlcher, formerly pustor of the
church, but now of Beverly, N. J., and
liev. R H. Abbott. The sermon was
preached by Uev, C. K. lletlicher. It
was short and appropriate, und he re
niarked touchlngly upon the life of the
ih-ocased. The choir sang the follow
ing tiymns: "Lend. Kindly Unlit,"
"When I Can Rend My Title Cliar."
"My Ood. My Father, While I Stray."
nd the burial chant.
The funeral was very larRo. The Pcla
vare and Hudson shops, th Hendrlck
MunufacturlnK shops and the Van Hcr
jran company closed their works for the
day and nil the employes attended the
funeral. The Palestine Commundery,
Knights Templar, attended In a body.
The honorary pall-bearers were Tlon.
J. R Van Herean, Joseph Birkett and
IV. R. Baker, representing; the Knights
Templar, of which the deceused was a
member, and Dr. diaries Burr. J. Vnn
dermark and t. R. Manvllle, represent
ing the vestry of Trinity church. The
active pall-bearers were the foremen of
the Delaware and Hudson who worked
under Mr. Orchard. They were: Wil
liam Tonkin. William Hethick, Frank
Shannon. J. K. Blot -ksldire. William At
kinson anil Patrick l'owderly.
There were a lance number of people
from out of town present: among them
were: Mr. and Mrs. l.uther Orchard.
Mli-s Mary Orchard, Mr. and Mrs. Wll
' i i 'ornlsh, Mrs. Bloom, Mrs. Ives,
. J. V. Price, Charles Kase, Mr. and
Mrs. tleuiice Dickson. William II. Rich
mond and lieorice Mitchell, of Scranton;
Mrs. Frank lloyt and Frank Watson,
of Peckville; Mr. und Mrs. (!eors;e I lolu
l'ldtce. of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. Robert
Mi Mill. hi, of Avocu.
Miai Mary Qulnti llccnrocs Mr.. James
Yesterday morning nt nine o'clock
occurred the tnarrluice of Miss Mary
Quln n. of Powderly street, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Qulnn, and James
Farrell. of Butte City, Montana, at St.
Hose's church. Rev. T. F. Coffey united
The lulde and her maid. Miss Katie
Foxe, of Soutli Church street, were both
prettily dressed In costumes of golden
brown witli lace and Velvet trimmings
and presented a charming appearance.
Christopher .1. Qulnn, a brother to the
bride, was groomsman.
After the ceremony at the church the
bridal party were driven to the homo of
the bride's parents where a wedding
breakfast was served. .Mr. and Mrs.
Furrell left on the 11.20 Delaware and
Hudson train fur Philadelphia. ATter
ft short visit ut that pluce and Brook
lyn. N. Y.. they will go to Hutte City,
Montana, and take up residence at the
home of the groom.
, The bride Is one of the popular young
ladies or this city while the groom Is one
of Butte City's prominent young men.
lie Is employed In a larije copper mine
Ut that place.
KKOKF. INTO A IIAKHI K SHOP.
Nothing Taken by .the Burglars but
Several lloxc of Cigars.
When "A. O. Fldlom opened his barber
rliop under the Miners' und Mechanics'
bonk yesterday morning, he at once
found traces of burglars. The rear
window, which had been locked the
night before, was found raised, and .t
was throunh this that the thieves had
made their entrance.
After a thorough search of the place
It was .found that nothing but several
Imxes of cigars had been taken and it
was probably for the purpose of secur
ing thl-iii that the place was broken Into,
A repetition will be prevented, as iron
ratlnss were put on the windows yes
terday. Mr. Fldiani thinks he caii lo
cate the guilty persons.
B. GRiniAN DECLINES.
VIII Not Lead the Dcmocrmls Party in
the Fight for Mayor.
A delegation of prominent Democrats
waited upon VV. B. Critman Wednesday
and urged him to take the nomination
for mayor. They assured him that he
would get It If he gave ihem the word.
Sir. fJrltman, however, could not accept
the honor, as a number of circumstances
at the present time made it Impossible.
Just who will secure the nomination
at present Is the question of all. J. W
Kiiuutrlck is named as a candidate and
stund as much chance as anyone at
We hare alius of
Fancy Rocking Chairs,
Tables; Umbrella Stands
, along with our reimUir line of
i r - , Jugs,
Ann L.t. i nt no And Hassocks
least, the finest lino of
CARPETS in the city.
PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
J. SCOTT INGLIS
419 UCKAWMRM .
Cave-In at the Last Chance.
Work Is at present sus)eiided at the
Ijist Chance mine on the rust side
mountain cm ai-count f a serious caw
ln. The fall was very bad miU a large
extent of Kround nettled. The mouth of
the mine is shut up completely and a
large force of men are at prese nt enur
ing away the earth and rock. The col
liery Is uiso shut down.
Organized a Checker Club.
Several expert checker players of this
city have organized a checker club and
will try and arrange matches with
other clubs In the nearby towns. The
club has now a membership of six and
at present they wish to meet the best
sis rduyers six players in Jcrniyn.
HnricJ hi This City.
The remains of V. W. Sherwood, of
Scranton. were brought to this city yes
terday morning for burial. The body
arrived on the 12.41 train. Vnlestlne
commnmlery and 'arbondale lodge 210.
F. and A. M., met the funeral and fol
lowed the remains to Maplewood ceme
tery whore interment was made.
Monoid Kstme Sold.
It Is rumored about the city that the
estate of the late Christian Monoid situ
ated, ut the corner of Spring street and
Salem avenue, had been sold. The
purchaser Is thought to be J. L. Morgan,
of Forest City. The consideration was
in the neighborhood of $7.roo. The
facts have not yet been made nubile.
J. It. Shepherd's Stoek Sol J.
Yesterday morning the sheriff sold
the stock and lease of the store of John
K. Shepherd. Most of the stock was
taken by K. P. Patterson & Sims for
S1.70O. The lense was purchased by
Thomas Levlwui for $4.'i.
PERSONAL AND OTHER ITEMS
Rev. J. J. Currun, of Wllkcs-Burro, was
111 town yesterday.
Frank Vandefnrd, who has been in Der
by, Conn., hus returned home.
Prof.'Sor Ceii llesler. who has been
visiting In New York, has returned.
Mrs. Burnett und Burns, of Scranton,
ami Dr. Horns, of Monesdale were, in lown
Joseph Mlssett, who has been spending,
the holidays wth hs parents, on Hruuklyn
street, returned to Baltimore Wednes
Miss I Initio Pascoe, of Washington
street, entertained '.lie Pot i.nck club
Wednesday In honor of Mrs. Itcvan, of
Puterson, X. .1.
Miss Mae Mallocl; anil Wrs. O. J. Ben
ton spent yestoruay with friends in Finest
Weils HurrN, of SuKnuchanna. was in
.Miss !M::h Build, who has been visiting
friends in t.reentleld, has returned lu lier I
Mr. nnd Mrs. It. II. Hry-'on, who have
been spending t li. I :- honey.i'c.o'i in .Vv I
Viir:; city, are cxpeeteil home tills eviii
lni,". M!sn Mobel C.ie and Belle llistd spent
yesterday with friends In Wuymorl.
William Morrison, who has been spend
ing the holidays with his parents, lias
returned lo Jefferson college.
Miss Lizzie Kelly, of Wllkes-l'.arre. is
visiting .Miss Julia Killitilleu, on I Irooldyn
Miss Blanche Halbiteaii. of Providence,
Is visiting Miss Lena Bolton, on Main
Sidney Birkett entertained a few friends
at his home Wednesday evening. Those
present were .Misses Blanch ami Maud
Potter, of Scranton: Cora Avery and Allle
Benson. .Messrs. Isaac llollenbaek. Ueorge
Pi-ndleson and two gentleman from
I.ouls Munson, Frnnk aiid Phil. Siting,
Isaac Singer and (ieorxe .Tames attended
a social in Itoval Wednesday evening.
Miss Mat tic Spettigue, of Main street,
i ...inu,..iii in
There wiis a special meeting of the i
Bicycle club last evening.
Joseph Chapman, of Scranton, culled on
friends ill this city yesterday.
tThe Pittston office of the Scranton
Tribune is located at No. & William street,
where all advertisements, order for Job
work and Items fur pubKcatton will re
ceive prompt attention. Office opeu from
k a. na. to 10 p. m.
John P. Kearney, select councilman
from the Kiglith ward, yesterday ob
tanled from court a preliminary In
junction to restrain Hon. J. T. Flan
nery from uctlng as city clerk. Mr.
Kearney alleges that the requisition of
Clerk Joseph O'Boyle bus not yet been
accepted by the select council and for
the reason, ulso. that a majority of
the select ha-i not voted In favor of
Flanncry for city clerk. The hearing is
set down for Tuesday, January 7, be
fore Judge Woodward.
The miners' examining board of the
Third district meets at he city hall to
morrow from 2 to f p. m.
Andrew 11. Allen, of Dun mole, spent
New Yeurs with friends In town,
Mr. and Mm. Sun ford Apt. of Oly
phant. spent New Year's with friends
The funeral of Thomas Bestford. who
was killed on t lie railroad New Yeur's
day. will take place this afternoon at
2 o'clock from the home of Churlus Hur
rop, at the head of the canal. The
Uarnum Keg fund, of which the do
ceased was a member, will attend.
The funeral of the late John Murphy,
who died at Philadelphia Tuesday, oc
curred yesterday afternoon and waa
John M. Jones, of this place, who was
slated for appointment as Sheriff Mar
tin's second deputy, has not received
the place, but instead has been ap
I'ittston Rusincss Directory.
FOR FIKST-CBASS PI.TJSIBINO CALL
on Wright & Co., 97 South Main street.
A new range fur sale or exchange: alio
second-hand household good, bought or
If. V. Currier Is in New York city.
Mrs. John Simpson Is the guest of
friends In Klmlra.
Sir. and Mrs. Jnmos Slillard spent
New Year's with Mrs. Thomas Owens,
on Madison avenue, in Scranton.
On Thursday two of the water pipes
at the round house were repaired.
Master tloorge Slillard returned home
from a pleasant visit with friends at
Andrew Hnrt. who several years ago
was employed In the round house here
as a boiler maker, died at his home in
Wilkes-Barre the first of the week. Ills
friends In this place will be pained to
learn of his sudden death.
Mrs. John McCurty. aged nhotit SI.
died at her home on Thursday morning
at six o'clock of pneumonia. The fu
neral services Will be conducted in St.
Lawrence chin-chin tSreat Bend Satur
.Messrs. John nnd Theodore Chldester
are conduct ing evangelistic meetings
ut Hickory fjrove.
Sir. C.W. Bunkes is moving his lee
A sneoiiil meeting of the Hallstetld
Fire company Is called for Friday even
ing as business of Importance is to be
The funeral of the victims of the holl
er explosion at Law shaft took place
yesterday und never since the Mud
Run disaster has the town been plunged
in such deep mourning us it has been
during the part few days. The funeral
of Thomas SlcDonald took place in the
morning with a high mass of requiem
at St. Mary's. Rev. SI. F. Crane wus
celebrant nnd preached an impressive
sermon. The Catholic Mutual Bencllt
Association, of which the deceased was
a member, attended in a body.
Cortland Rolls und Alexander Young
were buried in the afternoon. Services
over the r?mnlns of the former
were conducted In the Slethodlst F.pls
ronal church by Revs. Price of Scran
ton, and Wagner of this place. The last
sad rites over nil that was mortal of
Alexander Young were performed in the
LangiditTe Presbyterian church by Rev.
A. J. Weisley. Both men were enem
bers of the Independent Order of Odd
Fellows and consequently half of the
society attended en oh funeral. The In
dependent Order of lleptasophs were
also nresetit ut Sir. Rolls' funeral und
the Free and Accepted Masons, of Pitts
ton, attended at the obsequies of Mr.
Young. The Moral offerings were mnny
and benutiful. The old year has brought
with it three of the most respected
citizens of the town and leaves in its
wake, three loving wives and fourteen
orphans to struggle with the ditlleulties
Yesterday afternoon about 3 o'clock,
fire broke out in a house occupied by a
man named Hasklns and owned by An
thony Mealy. There being no pings in
that section, the fire company could not
respond, and In a few minutes the en
tire structure and Its contents were en
tirely consumed. Sir. Henley had no in
surance on the property. It Is sup
posed thut It was purposely put on lire.
P. M. Met ice. of Niagara 1'nlversity,
is spending a few days with friends in
SI Ism Belle Connor Is spending the hol
Iduys with friends In Olypliant,
If you were inclined to invest you would prefer
dealiug with responsible and reliable parties.
We know you would. Many 3ears of practical :
experience and a thorough knowledge of - all
the requirements in the trade count for some
thing when you require assistance in selecting.
of CjD TOBACCO,
EVER SOLD FOR
The Ancient Order of Mlbcrnlnns' j
cornet band gave a free social nop at
Fadden's hall on New Year's evening.
All who attended report a giod time.
The ut tendance at the Polish fair lust
evening wus unusually large, there be
ing neurly live hundred people present.
Thomas J. Swift, of Archbald, visited
here on Wednesday evening.
Our numerous ponds are all frozen
uguin and skating is being enjoyed by
the young people.
Slany of our property holders will
have to rebuild their fences al ter the re
cent wind storm.
John O'Connor, after visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. J. O'Connor, of
Lincoln street, for the past week, re
turned yesterday to Mnrmiironec-k. N.
Y., where he will make his future home.
SI. C. Donnelly, the North Slain street
barber, announces himself a candidate
for the office of councilman in the Third
ward. Mr. Donnelly is fully competent
to fulfill the duties of this oflloe and
would be u good choice.
Sirs. Frank Kiefer. of Slain street,
visited friends In Carbondale yesterday.
Chandler Cole and Miss Rosn Smith
were married at high noon yesterday,
January 2. at the bride's home. Rev.
Sir. Van SVert olliclated.
There will be a public installation of
officers if Millings post No. :!'.t2. depart
ment Pennsylvania tSrand Army of the
Republic, afternoon und evening Jan
uary 4, at the Opera House. Refresh
ments wil be served between the hours
of B and 7 o'clock p. m.
SIlss Carrie Burns, of Oreat Hend, Is
the guest of Miss Vlda Johnson.
H. V. Kling and family are visiting
their old home, Nosvllle, Huntington
Communion services will be observed
In the Presbyterian church next Sunday
An old-fashioned candy pull will be
give In the basement of the Presbyterian
church Saturday evening, January 4.
from 7 to 10-o'clock. Admission in
cents, which includes candy nnd pop
corn. Sirs. Sarah Williams and son Harry
are visiting friends in town.
The dinner and supper served by the
t'nlversalist society at the Opera House
New Year's day could not be excelled,
and $40 were added to the treasury.
Piles! Piles! Itching Piles!
Symptoms Moisture; Intense itching
and stinging: most at ntght; worse by
scratching. If allowed to continue tu
mors form, which often bleed and ulcer
ate, becoming very sore. Swayne's
Ointment stops the itching and bleed
ing, heals ulceration, and in most cases
removes tne tumors. At diugeiPts, or
by mail, for SO cento. Dr. Sway-ne &
Bon, Philadelphia. .
Sirs. I.aBarr, of Scranton, was burled
In tl;e old Presbyterian church cemetery
yetserday afternoon and the services
were largely attended. Services were
held in the Welsh Baptist church and
liev. M. II. Harris ottielated. Sirs. La
Barr was a former resident of this place
and was well and favorably ..nmvn.
The ball of Taylor Hose company,
No. 1, in Weber's rink, on New Year's
ntfernoon nnd evening was the largest
attended of the season, the rink being
filled to the doors by people und the
dancers not having enough room to
move. A number of out of town fire
companies and u baud were in attend
ance. The dance wus kept up until day
light yesterday morning.
Tlie funeral of Michael Stallion was
held Wednesday afternoon from his late
home on Slain street and was quite
largely attended. Interment was mude
In Mliionka Catholic cemetery.
Sir. and .Mrs. David Beese.Slrs. James,
David Thomas and Sir. Davis, of Cur
bondal, were visitors to this place yes
terday. An Important meeting of the Price
Library association will be held In the
rooms on Slain street. Klectlon of olll
cers will be held and other business of
equal iinnortance will be transacted.
Miss H. Mu nicy, of Providence, was n
visitor here this week.
The public schools resumed studies
yesterday after the holiday season.
Joseph Ciibbons, Kdward Vunceton
and Michael SlcCunn, of Scranton, were
visitors here yesterday.
Charles Lines and sister, of fireat
Bend, spent New Year's in Montrose,
the guests of tin Misses Scott, and at
tended the leap year hop.
Sliss Nellie Couklin, who has been vis
iting her parents for a short time, re
turns to her school In Klin Ira on Friday.
The Misses Shaw, sisters of Mrs.
Jones, assistant principal of the High
school, return to .Mansfield on Saturday,
after a fortnight's visit In Montrose.
These young ladles are students of the
Normal School at Slunslleld.
The young women of Slontrope gave a
leap year dance to the young men on
New Year's night. The ball was a de
cided success, as In each case the men
were escorted by some fair one. Among
Came on my leg after typhoid fever, and
pieces of the bone came out. Rheumatism
joined the scrofula to put me in misery.
Hood's Sarsnpnrilla proved just the medi
cine; relieved me of pain, gave me a
good appetite and I laid aside my crutch
and cane. Having taken 10 bottle
my limb la entirely healed and now I am
perfectly well." GFfrrtou W. Ckomwelx,
Mt. Pleasant, Maryland, fl; six (or f5.
Hood's Pills ZS23?!
those present were: Sir. nnd Mrs. H. L.
Beach, Sir. nnd Sirs. Si. S. Dessauer,
Sirs. Charles Reed, Sirs. J. R. Rayns
ford, Mrs. J. SlcCollum, Sir. and Sirs,
H. P. SI linger, Sliss Nellie Smith, Sir.
and Sirs. Rouch, Sliss Roach, Sirs. J. 11.
Corwin. Sliss Corwin. Sir. and Sirs. R.
L. Scott, the Slisses Scott, Sirs. Stuart,
Sir. II. C. Jessup, Miss Nina Jessup,
Sirs. Heath. R. J. McCausland. the
Slisses McCausland, tleorge S. Jessup,
Stuart Jessup, Sir. Stuart, the Slisses
Llnderman, Sir. nnd Mrs. (leorge Wat
rous, Sfr. and Mrs. c. Tlttsworth, Sir.
and Sirs. Oeorge SI. Bostwick.and many
other younger people. Among those
from out of town were Sirs. Arthur D.
Raynsford, Scranton: Miss Lines, Oreat
Hend, und Sliss Shaw, Slunslleld. The
bull was conducted by Professor
Schenck, of Mtnghamton, una the music
was furnished by Sliss Schenck.
Frank Chundler is In town, the guest
of relatives this week. "
Sir. and Sirs. J. (been have returned
from a visit with friends in Vestal
SIlss Bessie Perrlgo has gone to C.reat
Hend for a few days' visit.
Addison Gardiner Is dangerously 111.
Sliss Slills. a teacher In the school
here. Is visiting in Dlmmock.
Barry Sear'e sailed Tuesday for
Georgetown. Deinarura, hi the interest
of an Knglish gold mining company,
w ho are prospecting in British Guians.
He intends returning lir about- three
SIlss Blrclmrd Is spending her vaca
tion at Biruhurdville.
If the Huby la Cutting Teeth
Mrs. Wlnsiow'B Soothing Syrup has
been used for over Fifty Years by Mil',
lions of Slothera 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 and ask for "Sirs. Wlnslow's
Soothing Syrup," and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
THE DR. ALEXANDER
Famous Lung Healer and
WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY OF IT
Mr. Henry Mt-rritt, merchant and
ex-postmaster. Mains, Pa., writes:
"Ship me one-half cross of the Dr.
Alexander Luna Healer at once. All
sold out, and my trade will take no
For safe everywlisre. . Fries 25c.
THE FINEST HALF-TONE CUTS
That you can get anywhere.
At one-half the old price.
3il LAfJtAWANM A!IE.
jpv'tHr a .ni l
Rend 5 cents for -mpls package.
Faultless Chemical Company, Balti
Moosic Powder Co,
Rooms 1 and 2 Commowealtfl Bld'i
MINING and BLASTING
MADE AT MOOSIC AND RUStt
Lafllln & Rand Powder Co.H
Orange Gun Powder
Electric Batteries, Fuses for eiptod
tug blasts, Safety Fuse and
BepaunoCbemical Co.'s High Explosive)
A l'ulllvt- 1 rltu a
Cunrfintrrd i'nrc fop
ariRulf attsiuiiuff oilnu nt
b-Ah vt yvuua and uiidillu
a;:o! iuf u and um-u. The
ivjf;il trtvtimf VOI'Tlll.'1'r.
mur.nii ui irvnimrac Mti.oi'.;, irouucinir wuulc
Besa, Ntvoiid lability, Nlhlly Kiaiti:iion3,t'oo::umttloD,
In.iatut v fciiiaustintf drtiiisttiitllosjofpowerof tluHJun
vratlruOnmniiuiiflLtlnif one for stud v, buslhewt nod mar
rf:ipuftigiii'l:lyciirel!iylr. KolriructLtiiiili Nro
(irulii. Tl-fj- not only euro fcy .tartinK at UtBw&tufdU
eifft, but aru a s-rc&t M:ii F. TOYM! nnd It LOUD
Jit II.OKIt, bruurtiifr hark tho pink rtow to pale
!icrU and nnturltitf tho I I KK UV Y(M Til to tlw
I'Allcnt. liy mail, trouper box or 6 for with writ
iriiartnlr to nre r rrfud th nmnf. iVwC
tr unlfcrr''" '- . "tC. New York
For sale hy JOHN H. PTTKT,PS. Drug
fftat. Wynmfntr ave. anil Spruce streftf.
ANOTHER GLEAMS SAL
Ve have a complete line of all the grades.
Wiltons, Axminsters, floquettes, Velvets,
Brussels, Tapestry and Ingrains,
at prices which defy competition.
AN EXAMINATION OF OUR STOCK WILL REPAY THE TROUBLE
EMPIRE DRY GOODS CO
We have cleaned up about nil our odils
and ends nnd Bell thorn an rapidly as tlny
rome In, but we were lucky to catch oil
another snap. We cleaned up one mill of
underweur. There In no doubt you are
aware how we buy ttooils; alway 50 centu
on the dollar, and give the benefit to our
trade. Thin onlc Is important, nnd If you
wnnt to buy umlcrycar. here you ure.
C9 iloaen of mixtures, woolen underwear,
nice, clenn ntaple Koodx, at i'u cents each,
or 50 cents for the puit.
Boys, from 24 to SI, any size, for )5
Cloaks, never In the history of this line
could you purchase a cloak for the price
as this season. 1'luin fads: the season
was unfavorable this year and the manu
facturers were compelled to throw their
roo.Ih upon thp niiu-ket. Prices were no
obicct. We have a hold on those xooils.
2C0 cloaks, we ilon't claim they are sylish
but they are Rood for this cold weather,
and when you get one for any size
rrom 32 to 42. in black blue only.
We have some stylish coals ulso, but
stylo always costs something, which wo
will sell you In black blue or any other
color,- short coat, for $1.99.
Have you seen our black cloth cape?
Not eiiuuled In price nor in quality, only
J3.S9, for ten duys.
We have not time to write ads. We have
the blgaest harsalnn you have ever seen In
shawls, blankets and wool-knit goods and
THE GREAT CUT PRICE STORE
HENRY GOODMAN, Manager,
516 Lackawanna Avenue.
S. G. KERR, SON & CO.
AfXO Lackawanna Ave,
Opposite The Wyoming House.
THE THIRD NATIONAL BANK
OF SCRANTON GIVES SPECIAL
ATTENTION TO BUSINESS AND
PERSONAL ACCOUNTS AND
PAYS 3 PER CENT. INTEREST
ON TIME DEPOSITS.
OLD WHITE Fl TIMBER
For Heavy Structural Work,
ANY SIZE, BHD OP TO FORTY FEET LONG
RICHARDS LUMBER CO
22 Commonwealth Bid?.. Scranton, Pa. Telephone 422.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., Manufacturer of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
Oeneral Office: SCRANTON, PA.
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NO "IFS" OR "BUTS"
II You don't need to furnish any references, nor need
3'ou be identified in order to buy here on credit.
We are doing business with honorable, intelligent people
people who pay their bills. They don't buy on credit be
cause they are poor they do it because it is easier to pay a
little money monthly or weekly than it is to pay all cash,
and they are right about it don't you think so? Then
there is another reason and it is such a good one that we
will set it in display type:
Our Credit Prices
Are as Low as
Any Cash Prices
You can't forget this if you try it will haunt you whenever
in need of Furniture, Clothing, Carpets or Stoves.
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