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THE SCRAXTON TIHBUNE FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 1. 1896.
IReadcrt win ple not. that adwtlje.
aicnti, order for Job work, nr! Itrm. Tor
Subliratlon left at the establishment pf
b.nnon ft Co., newsdealer. North Main
treet. will receive prompt attention; of
fice open from 1 a, m. to 10 p. ro.1
Jane Ulcc'n and Mrs. .Manley tau
James HiRRins, the well-known South
Hide merchant, died Wednesday nlRht
after a long Illness from Urlsht's dia
Mr. Hlggtns has suffered much from
the disease for several years, but It
B8 not until several weeks aito that
u took a more serious turn. At that
time his life was despaired of, but he
finally grew better. A relapse, how
ever, set In and he was obliged to again
take his bed, from which he never rose.
The deceased was born In Greene
county, Canada, Sept. 10. 1S10. When
but a child he come with his parents
to this city. In 1870 he' went into busi
ness for himself and' proved very suc
cessful, making. lurge additions to his
store from tiie to time, until at his
death he wufe proprietor of the well
known Saufh Side cash store. Mr. HiR
gins Is ylirvlved by his wife and twelve
chlldrn. Michael, of Scranton; Thomas,
of THnldad. Col.; John, of this city;
Jaifies, of Plttston: William, .Charles,
JffeKory. Mrs. James Walker, Katie,
'Maggie, llellnda und Winifred, ulso of
XI IIS. MAXLKY.
At Kmeigemy hospital yesterday
morning occurred the death of Mrs.
John Manley. The deceased has been
sullering for over a month from a se
vere attack of paralysis, and there was
no hope of her recovery when she was
removed to the hospital. Since she
was sent there she has suffered a sec
ond stroke of parulysis,' and from that
time gradually grew weaker until the
Airs. Manley was So years of age. ami
Is survived by her husband anil a child.
She was universally esteemed and loved
und will be missed by her. many
Wends. Two sisters, Mrs. James Far
rell and Mrs. Michael Duggan, and
three brothers, I'atrick Peel, of Klmlra;
John, or I'ittston, and William, of this
clt), also survive here.
UK. WILSON ltlKIED.
Many Person Attend the Impressive Sci
The funeral of Dr. K. Hruce Wilson, of
New York city, which occurred yester
day from the home of his sister. Mrs.
Herkley. was very largely attended.
The funeral sermon was preached by
Kev. Charles l.ee, of the First Presliy-It-rluii
church. He took his text from
Proverbs, xvill:l'4, "There Is a friend
that sticketh closer than a brother."
Sevtrul hymns were sung by a quar
tette consisting of Professor A. P.
Thomas. Messrs. V. M. La throne, Kd
ward Yarrlngton ami In I.. Crane.
At the grave burial services of the
Masons were celebrated by Key. 10. J.
Ualsley. Following were the pallbear
ers: William l.athrope, -s.. Scran
ton; Dr. A. !illls. Clmi'les llagen. Kd
ward Clarksiin, VV. L. Yarrington and
Among those from nut of town who
Were present were: Miss Louise Sterns,
iif WIlkt-s-llMrre; .Mllo Wilson. Scran
ton; Judge Smith, Scranton; Mr. und
Mis. tllles Wilson, Mrs. H. V. Clark,
Mrs. Lillian Chase and Miss Alma Wil
son, of Factoryvllle; C. C. Jadwin, K.
A. Penman, and Mr. und Mrs. Henry
Wilson, of Honesdale.
ACCIDENT AT 28 HEAD.
A "Snub" In Which a Man Und a Narrow
About H MO yesterday morning an ac
cident occurred at No. 2S head on the
Uravlty, caused by what is known as
a "snub." A snub Is occasioned when
the headsman'falls to remove the sling
attached to the car from the wire cable
and thu.J the whole train Is snubbed.
The hrudsman at No. 2s Is Owen Mc
Donough and the train was moving so
rapidly when H came over the sl:e
.hat he was unable to remove the sling.
This failure nearly cost him his life
for he held ono the sling and when
the cars were s.id Nnly stopped he was
thrown In front of the wheels. A shud
der ran through those who saw the
man's .terrible position and they ex
pecttd to see him ground to death.
However, he managed to roll himself
off the track and beyond a few bruises
is all right.
A larso fcrce of men wore soon on
the scene of the wreck and in a short
tune the road was cleared. But little
Injury was done to the cars.
Casper Wagner Sustains Painful Injuries
on the I). II.
An accident occurred yesterday
morning on the Delaware and Hudson
railway In which Casper Wagner, of
Canaan street, sustained very painful
Mr. Wagner is employed as brake
man, and before making their first trip
the engine was backed down to the
water tunk for water. Wagner was
between the water tank and the ap
proaching engine and failed to see It in
time to make his escape, and was
He was taken to his home and n
physlclun summoned. I'pon examinn-
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IS FOUND IN
eld throughout the worM. RHtUh dtpott F. Ntt
Mtut ft Burnt, 1, King IMwirri-ft., London. jVovtss
Ouvm au C 111. Our,, Sole l'rooa.. Uuitti.t:. r-
we will sell you a good Brussels Car
jet, Sewed, Laid and Lining
' For 59c
Also a Hood Velvet Carpet, Sewed,
laid and Lining,.
M .,....,. ; .
The above prices are for a few days
only. ' Call and examine, as they will
not last long at these prices.
uuu 1 1 iiiuuiuj nan roper
S UCttWMM AVENUE.
tion he reported that no bones were
broken although he is bruised in a ter
rible manner and the Injuries to hi"
leg are quite serious.
PERSONAL AND OTHER ITEMS
George Swift, who haa been spending
a couiile of weeks with friends In this
city, has returned to Waterbury, N. V.
The . Delaware and Hudson mines
have been ordered on half time. The
gravity will be on three-auarter time.
Miss Hat tie Pascoe has returned from
lirooklyn. N. . where she has been
visiting for some time.
Mrs. Fuller and daughter. May ltelle,
left yesterday for their new home in
Clinton Morgan, assistant Delaware
and Hudson dis:atcher, has resumed
work again after a two weeks' illness.
Thompson l'ettlgrew, of Carnondale,
and Miss Jennie Schmall, of Wllkes
Harre, have been granted a marriage
A number of the friends of Joseph
Heath surprised him at his home on
Highland Park Wednesday evening.
Mr. Heath was presented with a hand
some briar-wood pipe. . as
Mrs. Alfred Jones Is lying very 111
at her home on Washington street.
Itev. Kdward Jenkins, of Wilkes
Harre, is visiting at the home of Evan
Davis, of South Wyoming street.
Mrs. Myron Williams and four chil
dren, who have been visiting her par
ents on Cottage street for the past two
weeks, have returned to their home in
Dr. A. T. Hrundage, of Hartfort, was
the guest of Dr. W. J. Lowry yester
day. He at'.ended the funeral of Dr.
R. Hruce Wilson.
John Krantz, son of Peter Krantz,
has been admitted to the hospital. It
is feared that an operation will be
The Carbondale high school foot ball
team are making arrangements for an
entertninment to take place during
May. The entertainment will be at the
Academy of Music and the proceeds will
go toward paying a small debt which
remained at the end of the season.
Invitations have been received by the
Carbondale wheelmen to participate In
a. smoker to be given by the tlreen
Ridge wheelmen Friday night.
WHKN YOC WANT TIIK Fl'U.KST
XBWS OF MM'AL AMATKI'K ANI
i'KOFKddlONAl. SHOUTS, A1AVAYS
Itl Y TIIK TKIlll'NK. THAT'S ON K OF
PROF. COLES FPU MAY.
From Storms and Signs.
Here we nre ugdin in the charming
month of May. with earth passing
through sign Seorplo-the Scorpion, op
posed by sign Taurus the Hull; with
the olunets Saturn und I'rnuus on the
earth's side and old Red Warrior Mars
controlling the sign Aquarius the Wat
erman, who will pour out the rain upon
the Just and the unjust! Terrible
Hoods and tornuclnes, cyclones and
cloudbursts will visit many sections
of the country, especially In the South
ern and Western stales. Frost will
make snd havoc with fruit buds in
many states. Snow slvrms and hull
storms, hiirli winds and strange phe
nomena will occur In many sections.
May will undoubtedly give us many
surprises; for, upon the llth day of
Anril the young moon was three and
one-half deirrees farther north than
ever before Indicated bv the Lunar
Hays photographed In the Vlbrameter.
Remember, di ar reader, that we do
not make the conditions that we are
enabled by the ICIectrlc Kye to fore
see nnil that we nre In no manner re
sponsible for them. The terrible con
ditions that were foreseen and predict
ed for April came true and now we
warn you to watch out for more sur
prises during the present month.
The first regttlnr storm ierlod will
appear between the 2d and 6th. Rain,
snow, sleet and hall with high winds In
many sections. The Northern winds
may blow down some surprises for us.
White showers may be among the num
ber. Scattering storms will prevail be
tween the 7th and 10th. The second
regulur storm period see Storm and
Sign Calendar will occur between the
12th and 17th. He on your guard!
Watch for tornadoes and cyclones,
especially In the Southern and West
ern states. Drizzling rains and foul
weather may be looked for between the
1!ith and 22U.
The third regular storm period will
appear between the 2"th and 30th.
When hard storms and electrical phe
nomena may be looked for. Accidents
and horrible deeds will continue.
Strikes, and all sorts of bad feelings
will exist until after the 20th, then
The unusual position of the planets
on und after the 20th will have a great
tendency to bring about better condi
tions of the weather, better conditions
of finnnce and better conditions all
The air will be tilled with ozone and
life will be well worth the living. Some
of the days will be so full of enjoyment
as to cause sickly men to feel well.
The "timber Days," falling due this
month upon the following dates: 27th.
29th and 20th, will cause some very
great changes in the produce and stock
markets. Let merchantmen make a
note of the above and govern them
selves accordingly, as a rising tendency
Is indicated. The Indications at this
time will rule the markets for the next
WORDS OF WARNING.
Look out for white showers.
Frost will kill many fruit buds.
Do not let old King Frost fool you.
lie prepared for heavy rains and
A drought will strike us in mid
summer. The "low ebb" figures are In the ma
jority. Watch out for some beautiful sunset
Many dangerous storms are coming,
watch out for them.
May will bring us some very warm
and some very cool days.
Remember this is an unusually
This is Mars' last appearance until
' On the 17th Jupiter will be Just south
of the moon.
The financial Issue will he very much
strengthened after the 20th .of this
Old red warrior Mars will do his best
to get Aquarius, the waterman, to flood
us out if possible.
Tornadoes will visit many parts of
the country. Let the Southern and
Western states take warning.
Labor troubles, strikes and political
disputes will continue. Riots, epidem
ics and strange phenomena will take
The bad Influence of old red warrior
Mars will not be felt again until the lat
ter part of the year.
The Republican party must now
untie their gold bags or lose the election
Better times are coming. Confidence
is being restored. Peace and plenty
will soon take possession of the land.
On the fith earth will sail in between
the sun and the "ringed planet" Sat
urn, which will cause severe storms
somewhere between the 1st and the
F.veryone should pay strict attention
to the large figures In our Storm nnd
Sign calender and not plant or trans
plant, sow seed or prune vines on any
other days than those marked In large
figures; for they are the only duys
during the whole month of May that
the vital forces are at their "highest
flood." Bven eggs will not hatch If set
In "low ebb" time. Try the experiment
and be convinced that the vital forces
rule the human and vegetable crea
tions, When to Plant.
SIGNS FOR MAY.
No seeds of any kind should be sown
while the. vital forces are at "low ebb;"
for seeds sown at low ebb produce a
rapid and rank growth, but at the sac
rifice of the fruit or products. This haa
been proven by years of scientific re
search and experiment, and now If you
will not heed the warning you will have
to take your chances of raising fruit, or
a rank growth of vines, stalks, etc. Do
exactly as we tel! you and you will be
surprised at the results.
Mercury will be In the sign Virgo on
the 2d. Venus will be in sign Pisces on
the 3d. Mars will be In sign Aquarius
on the loth. Jupiter will be in sign
Leo on the 17th. Saturn will be in sign
Scorpio on the 21th and I'ranus will
be in sign Scorpio on the 31st. There
fore, the vital forces of all human and
vegetable life will be at their "highest
Hood" on the following dates: Kth. !th,
HMh. 13th. llth. 15th. 17th. 18th. 19th.
26th. and 27th and at their "lowest ebb"
on the 1st. 2d. 3d. 4th. T.th, fith. 7th, llth.
Hith. 20th. 2ist. M, 23d. 24th. 2.1th, 2Sth.
2!th. 20th. and 31st. The "low ebb"
figures having n two-thirds majority
again this month forcwarms us of an
approaching drought in mid-summer
and for this cause .no seed should be
planted during the low ebb days sev
Storms and Signs, for full meaning.
On the Sth and Hth will be two excellent
days for grain. Held beans, etc. On the
4th and f,th will be two exceptional
days, good for the planting of any kind
of roots, fodder .etc. On the 23d and
2"dh will also be tw.t exceptional days
for the planting of roots, corn fodder,
millet, potatoes, etc.
On the Sth. llth. 18th. l!)th, 2Cth and
27th wlH be the best days of the whole
month for plnnfing any kind of seed.
Cucumber seed and melon seed should
be planted on the lflth (exceptional) be
tween the hours of 5 and 11 a. m. Vege
tables, trees. Mowers, etc., transplanted
while the vital forces are at "low ebb"
seldom If ever recover from the shock
and look well or bloom as they should.
Full particulars will be given in our
paper. Storms and Signs.
Professor C. Coles.
Kdltor Storms and Signs.
Kingston, Pa., IT. S. A., April 2ith, 1X96.
J. It. Kelly, Miller S. Allen and W.
C. Cruiser have returned from Allen
town, where It. K. Pattisoti was In
foruiully nominated president, at least
Mr. Cruiser says so In the Democrat.
A. W. Anthony, of Scranton, has rent
ed for the summer the house of John
lnvitutions have been Issued fur the
commencement exercises of the Mont
rose high school class of '96, which will
be held on May 7. This, year Is the
first one where the class is divided Into
two branches, the Latin high school
course und regular high school course.
Members of the Latin course are Eliza
beth M. S. Smlih. George Arthur Sprout
and Jeunette Ayars Taylor, whose
graduating from the regulur high
school course. . Mn.v Heiiba Hessell,
Frank Thurston Cole, Harry Charles
liessauer. Harold Benjamin Glidden,
Abble Phlnnla Lester, Daniel Searle,
Edwin Hiuinton Shafer, Anna Lillian
Thutcher. Lona Helle Tyler und Ruth
Murium Warner. The exercises will be
given at the armory.
TIIK IIROMLKY-SHKF.TS WKDD1NG
Tuesday last was an Ideal day and
nature anticipating the event smiled
her sweetest and particularly so among
the environs of the Cyrus Sheets home
stead near Fuirdale, when Dr. John
Lincoln I'.roinley, of Philadelphia, and
Miss Lola Sheds were united In the
holy bonds of wedlock. It was a pretty
home wedding, simple und beautiful.
At 12 o'clock Dr. . Bromley with his
best man. Dr. Lincoln, of Cleveland,
o., and Miss Sheets attended by her
bridesmaid. Miss Mattle Kent, stood be
fore Rev. W. C. Tilden and were pro
nounced man and wife. After a wed
ding breakfast the bride amd groom
left for Philadelphia, where they will
Only relatives and a few friends were
invited. Among those in attendance
were: Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Coon, Miss
Coon, Messrs. R. J. McCausland and
Harry Cooley, Montrose; Miss Annie
Bromley. Philadelphia, a sister of the
groom, and Miss Klntler, Wylausing.
The funeral services of Miss Jessie
Seamnns took place from the family
residence on Tuesday afternoon. Rev.
M. J. Watklns, of the First Baptist
church, otllcluted. He took for his text
Psalms, 103 chapter, 15-16 verses. Miss
Seamans was the daughter of Seldon S.
Seanians und the eldest of a family of
five children. She was an accom
plished young lady and had a large
circle of friends by whom she will be
sadly . missed. Beautiful (lowers In
abundance were given by relatives and
dear friends. A quartette from the
First Baptist church choir sang. In
terment In Evergreen cemetery.
A large number of people attended
the baseball game Thursday afternoon
at Keystone grove between Nicholson
und Factoryvllle. Score, 14 to 10 In
favor of Nicholson.
Miss Sarah Krigbaum, of Scranton,
spent Tuesday afternoon In town and
attended the funeral of Miss Jessie Sea
mans. MesSTs. J. A. Heller and Henry New
comb have both had their lawns graded
and they now present a very pretty ap
pearance. Steven E. Reynolds died very sudden
ly at his home near Lake Sheridan
Wednesday night, about midnight. He
is survived by a wife, one sister, Mrs.
H. S. Gardner, and one brother, W. H.
Reynolds, both of Factoryvllle.
A surprise party was given Mrs. John
Kitchen at her home on Monument ave
nue, Wednesday, it being her thirty
sixth birthday. She was presented
with a beautiful dinner set. Those
present were: Mrs. K. Dewitt, Mrs. L.
D. Durlnnd, Mrs. W. U. Somers, Mrs.
R. J. Whitely. Miss L. Ronshey, Mrs.
11. Durland, Mrs. M. W. Mullison .Mrs.
S. Snx. Mrs. E. A. Dewolf, Mrs. W.
Townsend, Mrs. G. T. Townsend, Mrs.
J. C. Townsend. Mrs. M. Shafer, Mrs.
J. V. Mullen, Mrs. A. Robinson, Mrn,
J. T. Nuss, Mrs. W. J. Greggs, Mrs. W.
Pocknoll, Mrs. J. R. Shoemaker, Mrs.
J. Rnlnbrldge, Mrs. P. C. Alspaugh,
Mrs. W. Pike, .Mis. E. lieales, Mrs. C.
Cronse, Mrs. C. (?. Harsch, Mrs. J.
Laws, Mrs. R. O. Lease, Mrs. H. Mas
ton anil Mrs. C. W. Shift; Mrs. C. A.
Frantz. of Plttston, and Mrs. L. Kit
chen, of Shavetown.
The Sons of Temperance will give a
free entertainment In the Baptist
I Was an Invalid
Bo long I did not .expect ever to be well
gain. 1 was coullued to tho bouse the
debility end fe
tite or energy.
A friend urged
Im e to take
rilla which I did
and I was soon
able to do my
own work and
feel that life is worth living. I cheerfully
recommend Hood's Barsuparilla to all
afflicted In like manner." Mr.3. M. E.
Hobkuis, Maucrd, Virginia.
Is the Only
True Blood Purifier
Prominently In thopabUceye. tl;6for5.
Hood's Pills IESSISZSL'Z
a i .ii.
church next Wednesday evening. Rev.
Hayden. of Wllkes-Barre. and other
out of .town talent wilt assist. At the
meeting held last evening five new
members were added to the roll.
Mrs. Helen Uwnham and Mrs. M.
White, of Forty Fort, were callers here
N. G. Robertson, of the Wyoming
Shovel works, la In liottton this week.
T. II. Rinker was at Forest , Castle on
Rumor has It that there is a company
about forming to be known as the
Tracy Paving company for the purpose
of puving Wyoming avenue from
.Eighth street to Plttston.
l'aul I till I lies, of Tunkhnnnock.was in
tocn on hu.-incps yesterday.
Mr. Lewis, the stenographer at tho
Shovel factory. sert Sunday at his
home in I'niondale.
Dr. C. R. Xewton. of Montrose, made
a business cull on Monday last.
Two gentlemen from New York were
here looking ovr tin' Leech building;
also advbing with the people of this
plaice as to the support of un electric
George Snyder Is Improving his place
by the laying of a stone walk from his
house to the main walk on State street.
Minor timings has rented the,vegetable
garden of the C. C. Bitge estate.
Miss Vida Johnson and Iouls W.
Boyle gave a dancing party ut the
opera house on Tuesduy evening. The
loom was tastefully decorated with
potted plants and fancy screens. Thn'Je
present were the Misses May and Jen
nie Courtright. John Courtright, George
Smith, of Clark's Green; Josephine
Medwny. Ralph Williams, of Scranton;
Ruth Pcny. of Waverly; Murray Court
right, of Tyrone; George Cooner. of
I'ittston; Hurry and Flank Gardner.
Jennie Gardner, Richard Ilenwood, of
Factoryvllle; Will Slade, of Dalton;
Annabelli Taylor, Maude Pratt, Gene
vieve Ilucon, Stella Sllinbeck. Flora
Tiffany, Grace Crock, Grace Wurner,
Lottie Dixon, Electa Capwell, Nellie
Mack, Ruth Johnson, Andrew Walker,
C. B. Williams. OguVn Pratt. George
Warner. Harry Benjamin. Frank Beck
er, Lou Mack, Dr. Harry Wilkitis. Mrs.
Harriet Johnson, Mrs. Jennie Boyle,
Mrs. Elizabeth Williams. .Mrs. Blna
Bacon. Mrs. A. Mack. Mis. Nettle Wil
son were the putronesses. They ulso
presided over the refreshment tables.
Professor Hayes, of Scranton, presid
ed at the piano.
Mrs. A. E. Rogers Is the guest of her
parents. Dr. und Mrs. H. N. Kelly.
Rumor says that Mrs. Dubois bus
sold the candy fuctory.
OLY RM AIM T.
After a long Illness John Fuddeit
passed quietly away at his home on
Sanderson street yesterday afteriioiiu.
Mr. Fndden wns born in County Mayo,
Ireland. He came to America In IMX,
and has been u resident of thin plaie
for the past thirty-eight years. 11. i
was a good citizen, a kind neighbor and
u loving futher. He had many friends,
and his demise will be greatly regret
ted by those who knew him. Four
children survive hhn. They nre Mrs.
Dentils Lawier.Mrs. Michael McLaugh
lin. Patrick and John Faddeu. The
funeral will take place Monday morn
ing. A high mass of requiem will lu
sting In St. Patrick's church. Inter
ment will be made In the Catholic
Mrs. Ell Longaure, of Hyde Park, is
visiting her mother. Mrs. Mary Mason,
on Lackawanna street.
Dr. Farnsworth. a missionary, deliv
ered a lecture on "Armenia" at the
Congregational church last evening.
If tho Baby Is Cutting Teeth.
Mrs. Wlnslow':; Soothing Syrup ha
been used for over Fifty Years by Mil
liens of Mothers for tl.elr Children
while Teething, with Perfect Success.
It Soothes the Child, Softens the Oums,
.Hays all Pain; Cures Wind Colic nnd
Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Sold
by Druggists In every part of the world,
Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow'a
Soothing Syrup," and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle. M
Made and Sold in Six Months, ending Harch 1, 1896,
Total Product of
The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels,
Largest Run on Record.
V ushhurn, Crosby's Superlative is sold everywhere from the
Pacific Coust to St. John's, New l'oundland, nnd in i:nland, Ireland
und Scotlund very largely, und is recognized us the hest flour in the
ACTIVE Building Corporations Desiring Extra
Fine Growth HEMLOCK
Kindly Let Manager Name
Richards Sells TRADE Uni
Xpect Your Z-zling 422, & 0
niCKARDS LUMBER U0 U0M1TH DL'O'G, OCR ANTON, IA
Kaault to i week.
mJZ?Ll iOHt H. PHtLHb
vary Street, Soranton Pa.
is a disease hard to cure, as Is
the morphine habit. tvery
organ of the body is affected.
A continual demand for a stimu
lant is called for. Food ceases
to gratify, in fact, often cannot
be retained on the stomach, or
when it is the vitiated blood
ceases to absorb nourishment
from it. Give such sufferers that
greatest of v stimulants, blood
a highly concentrated extract of
the vital principles of lean beef,
it is retained by the weakest
stomach and nourishes quickly,
so that with renewed tissue and
returned strength morbid crav
ings vanish. Dr. J. li. Mattison
of the Brooklyn Home for Hab
itues " writes of Bovinine. " It
is the best thing on earth of its
kind. It is sustaining, nourish
ing, helpful in every way to
patients of my special class."
when you s the
new policy issued
by the Equitable Life
that it's the best
C. L. RICE, General Agt.
Our. Prices Quick,
er Value. Will
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Whn In dcafct wht lotaufot Ntmnn ttefclllty, t Itml town (In tlthw
Mil, Iropotwicy, Atrophy, Vulrocel, and other weikftolMl, ftom toy rmtiM, UM
.,. , uitm, timnta n. iuii viffor nuicKiy mum, ir ntgiettpo. Mica
IrouMtt mull bully. Mlll inywhen, icil.d. for r.oo i botM for ,.oo. With
IVy. 'V '' !'Ktn to curt or rcfjnd tho Booty. Addm
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niarmaolet, eon Wyoming Avenu and
LATEST HEWS AT
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The following "SPECIAL BARGAINS" will .
be sold for the balance of
500 Ladies' and Misses' Springjackets,
black, navy, brown and tans, worth
$4.00 to $6.00 each. Your choice,
1 Case.H. & H. Corsets, all sizes, in Cft-J
drab and white. ' Regular price, 75
cents; sale price, - - - WU
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Our Decorators are practical men, of long experience,
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they will pencil you a sketch, or give you originaf drawings
in colors while you wait, and be helpful to you in harmoniz
ing Wall Papers, Carpets and Furniture.
S. G. KERR,
Opposite Main Entrance
to the Wyoming House.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., Manufacturer of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Office: SCRANTON, PA. .
A Model Home
The House and
Our eutire liven are spent in work and toil, and the great aim of our labof
is to muke life comfortable. Nothing is more essential to happiness and con
tenlnient than to have a comfortable house where we can for a few short hours
lay aside tho cares of struggle for our existence.
IS NOW WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL
To seiure such happiness and comfort. You can buy an entire outfit for 1113.
licad the luug list of Furniture aud Household Goods offered at this priue:
4 ROOMS FOR $ I 1 3
t'huir and Keeeptlon L'liair all mauoguny, pol
ished finish, upholstered In brncatelle, crush plush or silk plush. Brussels
Carpet, latest designs. Lace Curtains: Curtain Poles and brass trimmings;
Center Table witli shelf, piano polished and Parlor Lamp.
all pieces antique finish- cotton top
pet 10 pattern! to select from.
FREE With Above Outfit, a 100-Piece Dinner Set;
to Every Purchaser.
Telephone Call 5154.
Offered a Line of
SOn & CO.,
408 Lackawanna Avenue.
Five pieces of Parlor Furniture, consisting of Tete,
Platform Rocker, Gentlemen's Arm Chair, Wall
uit, consisting of bedstead, dresser, (beveled large
plate), wash stand, (with splasher back) cane seat
chair, cane seat rockers, lamp stand, towel rack-
mattress, woven wire spring, Ingrain car
81 x high back carved chairs, 6-feet long extension
table (neat designs), picture (game or fruit sub
ject), window shades, Ingrain flowered carpet.
Kitchen Table, 2 chairs, piece of oil cloth.
218,225 and 227