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THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY HORNING. JUNE 8, 1806.
L'ATS TE1HHED FREE.
421 LACKAWANNA AVENUE
Wide - awake
women on the
lookout for a
chance to make a
dollar gi farthest
are flocking for
the Great Bar
gains wo offer
from our im
Stylish Trimmed Halt,
A Hat Was
Protty nnd stylish
day. It only take
numui preuy nats-we rnsKeetymn
hata-wc make ant, which Increase the
beauty of tho wearer.
98c, $1.50 and $1 98
Worth $1.00, t.00and $3.00.
Very Swell Trimmed Hots,
At $2.50 and $3.00
Worth $5.00 and $4.00.
Finest Imparted Hats,
Worth $10.00. Ili'.OO and $15.00 to go
Trlrned Leghorn Hats,
At 98c, $1.19, $1.37 and $1.43
TRIMMED SAILOR HATS.
We have the Urgent .took and mo complete nwrtm nt jf T-iuim jd Sailors ever shown
m this cUy ntprlnee almost one half jou hnve been used to piy nir.
The straws are l'ansua Satin Straw. Pine Milan 8ennet UniH iin l Fanry Honcn S r
The styles are "The Knex." Lillian RuasoU," 'Yaw," "Corsair," "1 raff .r.l," "Now ork.
"Defender." and numerous ether shap-s. . . . . .
Prices are joe 48c, 6c, 73c, 87c, oSc, St.jJ. $1.4. ?J and $1.98. Each one guarantro!
te be leu by near one-half you'd have to pay at other stori.
A GREAT RIBBON SALE.
We a-e offering the greatest barentns in Hlhbone evjrseen In thU city. The n-l-es beln.
eo low we cannot undertake to atinpty store in quantities, but will sell r.plr-'d qu.tu.Kie.-'
te inrtlvlauuu, and onetoiners. We ava pa"e to mention only a f )w kpicia.H: ,
At lvo a yard pure Silk Taffeta and tves icn Riiibon. No. 4J, worth 4JO a yari.
At 1 a yard all Silk Satin lllbbon, No. W. worth Ml ;.
At lie a yard Black an-t White Mrlpi Rfibon. all silk. No. 43, w.irth 40e.
At Mo a yard No. HO pare Silk Tnffelta Kibhon In all colon), worth 4Jc a yard.
At Mo a yarj Fanny Taffotta Ribbon, Inches wid . w.rth 1IO0.
Kvery color Id Satin Ribbon and Velvet Ribbon nt the name low prtrei.
frtenders will plonse note ttmt advertise
ments, orders for Job work, and Iti ms for
publication left at the establishment of
Shannon ft Co., newsdealers. North Main
treet, will receive prompt attention: of
lice open from 8 a. 111. to 10 p. m.l
The Driver la Ilndly Hurt by Bring
DrucKt'd Over llic 1'iivemciit.
The Mjr hre 1: eionglng t' the Onlum
blt Hi se company made things lively n
Church street Saturday morning. Tile
horse Is used fur carting purposes and
was driven by a younu men named
King, Whon near St. Rose church one
of the hold-backs broke and the wn-ion
bumped Into the horse, which gave a
leap forward anil before King could get
control over It it was going down the
street at a terrible speed.
Thinking the wagon would be over
turned King jumped but did not let go
of the lines. Me was jerked off his feet
in an instant nnd being tangled In tne
reins by his fall was dragged over 100
yards before he was released. The ani
mal was stopped by coming In contact
with the fence of Thomas O'Conni-H,
which was badly wrecked. .
King has resigned. He values his lite
ton highly to drive that horse, he says,
This Is the fourth time it has run
away in a short time.
Nearly Result in Scrions Injuries to
Bicycle riders will persist In rounding
the curve at Salem avenue and Dundaff
street under the Highworks at full
speed and as a result accidents continue
to occur at frequent intervuls. Even
strangers seem to have a mania for
shooting rapidly around that curve and
on Saturday one had a narrow escape
from serious Injury.
He was from down the valley some
where and was bound for Crystal Lake,
and as he cn .te around the corner ran
directly Into a team of horses. The
horses shied just as the rider struck
them, which accounts for the lucky
manner in which the accident ended.
The rider of the wheel was hurled to the
pround, however, with great ftrce, but
on being picked up was found to be
unhurt except a few bad bruises and
cutB, and was soon able to continue on
his way. His escape was pure luck.
A Benefit Entertainment.
Professor Gregory, at the request of
the base ball association, has consented
to manage a benefit entertainment for
the club which will take place very
soon. As Mr. Gregory has a reputation
for managing such affairs, It Is unneces
sary to predict success.
Verily, if Honesdale could play ball as
well as she can boast, she would be a
most formidable opponent, even for
some of the National league games. The
Honesdale Independent came out re
cently with an article In which their
own players are praised up generally
and compared with ours, the writer
GREAT SALE OF BODY
We have no fortune to give away,
but we guamntee you poods at less
than any other house in the trade.
Your choice from our stock, which is
. m e Art .
' Itemember we tlon't reserve any
thing These goods consist of all the
leading mokes. v Come early and make
your selections. -
' J. SCOTT INni J.
CARPETS AND WALL PAPER
! 1 419 Lackawanna Ave. 1 ,v
BATS ISIMJIED FREE.
In a day or in half a
a fnw mlnutrs. maybe.
topla-e the trimmin?. I'Ut It took yours ii ,
know Iiou toplnreHtt gut the bHte(TiM-t. rlOWCrS. LfiCCS.
Tl.p itiry elfect of the Howe . the urrn.
fill harmony of the rnlors. and tlie uretll- ...
ly knotted bows li tho result of long VClIinlTS. &C.
Newest Straw Shapes.
The latet and swe'lest styles In tr
ehtvra In ttnt straw. an braid. Wcra
Sl-50 and $ ii 0. All niarkeil down to
pane Straw Turbans and M'ssrs'and CU1I
d.on'8 lUia. Were tto. and $.1.1X1.
39c, 45c, 69c, 73;
One-half of reulsr price.
. . 421
even going as far as to assert their su
perior playing. The Idea! The writer
Is laboring under a hallucination, prob
ably brought on by the recent warm
weather. Honesdale will have to "get
up and git" a long while before she
makes any Impression on our base ball
The X Ray.
The first number of the X Ray, a new
paper published by W. D. Frank, came
out Saturday and Is receiving favorable
mention on every side. It will be a
weekly paper, devoted to home news,
and judging from the first Issue will be
up-to-date In every particular.
The commencement of Wood's col
lege this year will be held on July 24 at
the Grand Opera house. This will be
the first class graduated from the col
lege. Hon. Thomas L. James, of New
York city, will be here and deliver an
PERSONAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
Cards have been Issued by Mr. and
Mrs. Charles P. Hal'.o.-k to the wedding
of their daughter, May Klnore to Walter
Duncan Prank. The ceremony will take
place nt the lierean liaptint church at
7.45 o'clock, on the evening of Wednes
day, July 24th. It will be followed by
a reception at the residence, No. 22 Cel
Mrs. John Scurry will break ground
for a handsome new residence on Wy
oming street today.
Alderman Jones was In Clifford Satur
day attending the funeral of the late
Mrs. John Moore, of New York city Is
the guest of Mrs. John Lynch, of Park
One of the features of the fantastic
parade on July 4th will be the voco
phone band which Is now being organ
ized. Uniforms and Instruments have
been secured and the band will com
mence practice at once.
The Delaware and Hudson collieries
will commence working half time today.
This will also reduce the time on the
The Crystal Lake Water company will
commence work on the dum situated
near No. S shortly. The capacity of
the dam Is not large enough to meet
the city's wants during the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Spencer have re
turned from a visit In Ypslantl, Mich.
Mr. Hu;h Gilgnllon Is very ill at his
home on Brooklyn street.
A week from next Wednesday Kel
sey D. Purdy, of this city will be weeded
to Miss Ruth Heft, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. Hft of Caverton. The
ceremony will take place at the prospec
tive bride's parents at noon.
Ludwlg Brauer, Jr., has resigned his
position with P. Mang, the South Main
Mrs. C. H. Wheeler has returned from
an extended visit with relatives In East
Orange and Jersey C'ty.
Rev. D. A. Roceo will leave today for
a week's visit with friends in Pittston.
Miss Maggie Campbell has been ap
pointed operator at the telephone ex
change. Mips Campbell is well qualified
for the position.
J. B. McTlghe is at Carlisle where he
is attending the commencement of the
Dickinson law school.
Mrs. Henry Senrles has returned to
her home In Paterson after a week's
visit with Mrs. George Lewshy. of High
Miss Margaret Gruslln, of HaUstend,
Is visiting friends and relatives in this
At 8.S0 Saturday evenjng a crowded
south bound Peckvllle car Jumped the
track about 200 yards north of the city
line. The speed of the car was so great
that after leavlngthe track It crashed
through the fence and .into a house
owned by David Bevan. Only one of
the passengers sustained Injury, but
they were all more or less shaken up
The Eagle Rose company No. 1 of this
place Will hold the annual picnic and
clam bake at. the Father Mathew grove
on June 20. This Is the first of the sea
con, and m It -it under the auspices of
the fire laddie, we may expect the same
old enjoyable time.
Mr. and Mrs. H. a Jones, of Hall
stead avenue, were visitors In Scranton
Extensive . preparations are being
made for the graduation of the class of
!M from our public schools on June IS.
The teachers and members of the class
are putting forth every effort to make
this a memorable event in the history
of Prlceburg schools. Miss Cora M.
Griffin, teacher at No, 2 school, and of
no little elocutionary fame, will train
and drill the scholars for the entertain
ment. Large crowds attended the open air
services at the Polish church yesterday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Foote spent a few
days with their son in Wilkes-Barre this
Mrs. E. Drake received a telegram on
Friday announcing the death of her fa
ther; J. Safford. of Nicholson.
Constable William Davis is kept busy
with the duties of his office.
N. P. Clauson left to drive to his home
in Wayne county on Wednesday.
Miss Lillian Race, of Scranton, was
calling on friends on Thursday.
A quiet wedding took place at the
home of Mrs. Hynon on Wednesday
evening, the contracting parties being
Mr. Keaney and Mrs. Mary Owens. Tne
ceremony was performed by the Pitts
ton Baptist minister. They left on
Thursday for a trip to New York.
FREED FROM "LORD BERESFORD."
Millionniro Wife Divorced from the
Hugos Ncioa of Nobility.
New York, June 7. Justice Beekman,
In the supreme court has handed down a
decree of absolute divorce in the case of
Mrs. Maud I,aacel!e8 against her hus
band, Sidney Lascelles, alias "Lord
lieresford." He was a tall, handsome
man, of aristocratic appearance and
sunve address, and was very much
courted by the men-about-town and
anglomanlacs In genet al. It was a long
time before his Impotture was found
out, and not until he had swindled many
New Yorkers to the extent of thous
ands. In 1&90 while hew as making a tour of
continental Europe, he met Miss Maud
Lllienthal, an heiress to an estate esti
mated to be worth 3,000,000. She be
came Infatuated with him and he fol
lowed her to Egypt 'and back across
the continent to Paris. She was accom
panied by her mother and thi'y re.urne.I
to New York during the holidays. He
followed and finally gained the consent
of the heiress publicly to announce
their engagement. On Feb 2, 18:il. they
were married at Beaver, Pa. His wife
provided him with a large amount of
money, but his spirit of adventure was
not eradicated, and gradually, although
not In need of money, he relapsed Into
his old practices of swindling.
In Rome, Ga., he cashed a bogus draft
for 2."0 on the Bank of London. He
fled to New York, where he was arretted
and extradited. He was sentenced to
six years' Imprisonment and farmed
with a number of other convicts to a
lumber company. A fter a month he es
caped and (led to Ameriuufl, Ga. There
he found shelter In a disorderly house,
where he was recaptured.
FORGOT HER HIDPEN GEMS.
.Mrs. llnrtholonitic Put $0,000 Worth
t'ndcr the .Mattress.
New York, June 7. Mrs. Frank Bar
tholomne, wife tf a wealthy Chicago
brewer, sailed for England on May 28.
The night before she stayed at Naegell's
hotel, Hoboken. Shortly after her de
parture Emlllie Mueller, a chambermaid
of the hotel, turned up the mattress of
the bed and discovered beneath it a
white skirt, In which were wrapped
Jewelry and diamonds to the value of
The girl promptly took the valuables
down to Mr. Schuefelt, the manager of
the hotel, and he sent a cablegram to
await the arrival of the ship, appraising;
Mrs. Bartholomae of the valuable And.
Mrs. Bartholomae cabled back yester
day orders that the chambermaid
should receive $200 as a reward for her
honesty. The brewer's wife had for
gotten her Jewelry in the hurry of her
HIS DISBARMENT IS ANNULLED.
North Dakota Knprcine Court's Ruling
for Lawyer Root.
Bismarck, S. D., June 7. The supreme
court holds than an attorney cannot be
fined for defaming a Judge If the lan
guage is not used in court or In the
presence of the Judge. The decision
was In the case of Herbert ltoot, ap
pealed from Barnes county.
Mr. Root, who Is a prominent Attor
ney, assailed In violent manner the
character and standing of Judge Rose of
the Fifth Judicial district. For this he
was brought before the Judge and lined
$100 for contempt of court, in addition
to being disbarred from practice. The
supreme court reversed the lower court
and declares the whole proceedings ir
regular. President Isaac Lewis of Subina, Ohio,
is highly respected nil thi-ourh tlmt
Kcctiiut. lie bus lived in Clinton t'o.
75 years, nnd has been president of j
the Sabiua IJtink 20 years. He gladly ;
tetstities to the merit of Hood's Stii'su- 1
parillu, uud what he guys in worthy ;
attention. AH bruin workers Hud j
Hood's SursiiDurilla iiecnliiiiiv aduntcd !
to their wed. It niukcs pure, rich,
red blood, nnd from this comes nerve,
mental, bodily and digestive strength.
"I am glad to say that Hood's Sarsapa
rllla is a very good medicine, especially
as a blood purifier. It has done me good
many times. For several years I suffered
greatly with pains of
in one eye and about my temples, es
pecially at night when I had been having
a hard day of physical and mental labor.
I took many remedies, but found help only
in Hood's Sareaparilla which cured me of
rheumatism, neuralgia and headache, j
Hood's Sarsaparllla has proved itself a true
friend. I also take Hood's Pills to keep
my bowels regular, and like the pills
very much." Isaac Lewis, Sabina, Ohio.
Istbe One True Dlootl Purifier. All drugglsti. $U
Frcared only by C. t. Iloml & Ct ., bowell. Mass.
mm j, riMi are prompt eCPoient and
llOOQ S Plll9 Muyiu effect IB cents.
Eistera Opponents A ceased' of aa AU
tempt to Prevent His Noainttioa.
NO CHOICE ON FIRST BALLOT
Chauacry I. Filler Expresses the
Opiaioa That the Favorite Sone
Will Be Numerous Enough to Make
at Least Two Ballots Necessary.
St. Louis. Mo., June 7. It was re
ported that the eastern opponents to the
nomination of Major Wl.l.am McKinl: y
have formulated plans to place one
million dollars In St. Louis to help in
carrying the convention for an eastern
man. This money, this story goes. Is
to be at the disposal of several shrctfd
lobbyists of long experience, who are
sal i to entertain bright hopes of being
able to capture a number of southern
and western dclegaUs as well as eastern
Chaunceyl. Fllley, who has lately been
exercising in his mathematical gymna
sium, declares that McKinley's nomina
tion on the first ballot Is an absolute
impossibility. Mr. Filley says: "The
roll of states for nominations will be
called, and every state that has a fav
orite son will respond. It will cast the
votes Instructed for him and all tne
powers and resources of the McKlnley
managers cannot prevent it. Enough
votes will thus be withheld from the
Ohloan to cause the taking of at least
one more ballot before he Is the nomi
nee. Under the suspension of the rules
to stampede the convention to McKln
ley on the first ballot wilt be tried, but
it will fall.
"I am as loyal to McKlnley as any
body Is and the solid vote of Missouri
will be eust for him on the first ballot,
but the time has come for somebody to
tell the plain truth, as I have done in
the statement that more than one ballot
will be required to make McKlnley the
Republican standard bearer."
THE ASSERTION DISPUTED.
Judge A. C. Thompson, of Ports
mouth. Ohio, a prominent McKln'eylte,
Is Inclined to dispute Filley's assertions
and declare the latter no friend of Mc
Klnley If he authorizes such a state
ment to be Issued broadcast.
Judge Thompson gave to the United
Press tonight a list of 506 delegates in
structed and pledged to McKlnley. The
statements omit 106 delegates whose
seats are contested.
Thte list of contests Is being prepared
for the credential committee and there
will be more leaders to discuss them
than the committee mny care to hear.
Those attracting the most attenlon are
In Texas. South Carolina, Georg'a, Mis
Isslppl, New York and Delaware delega
tions. PUZZLES FEDERAL AUTHORITIES.
Iowa Merchant Submits nn Advertis
ing Scheme for a Decision.
Sioux City, Iowa, June 7. A merchant
of this place has succeeded In puzzling
the federal authorities of the district
with what he at first supposed was a
very simple question. While on the
business trip In the'southwest not lonrf
ago the merchant learned that Guate
malan silver dollars are to be had for
46 cents In United States money. The
idea at once suggested Itself that thesa
dollars would make acceptable souven
irs for his customers. In order to In
crease their popularity he proposed,
however, to stamp each one with his
name and a guarantee to receive It for
$1 at his place of business. With each
$5 purchase he would give one of these
46-cent dollars. In view of the Increaie
In custom which he anticipated from
this offer and the advertising he would
receive, he believed the Ions would be
more than made up. Many of the dol
lars, he also thought, would be kept as
pocket pieces by those to whom they
were given of pass Into general circula
tion so that he would by no means be
compelled to redeem at their face value
all those given out.
There was but one objection to the
plan. Would It be any violation of the
federal laws prohibiting the mutilation
of currency or the circulation of coun
terfeit money? He submitted the ques
tion to County Attorney Hallman. The
later was not posted on the federal laws
and referred his questioner to United
States Commissioner Henderson. Mr.
Henderson did not care to commit him
self and advised a conference with Dis
trict Attorney Cato Sells. Mr. Sells
was communicated with and has now
answered that the question Is too deep
for him, but that he has submitted it to
the attorney general and that a decision
may be expected within the next few
weeks. The point has never been
raised before and la regarded by the
legal fraternity with much Intercut
GOLD PUMPEDOM A WELL
Farmer in the Vicinity of Mapleton
Makes a Profitable Find.
Mapleton. Iowa, June 7. The latest
gold discovery In this section has just
been made on the farm of C. I. Whiting,
a Mapleton banker, one mile east of
town. Mr. Reinbold, the banker's ten
ant, noticed some time ago that the
pump in a forty-foot well on the farm
was throwing up white sand and gravel.
In the sand he noticed particles of what
he believed- was gold.
A few days ago Mr. Whiting's atten
tion was called to the discovery and a
quantity of the sand brought to town
for a test by a local chemist. The latter
Immediately reported the particles na
standing the test of pure gold. Several
old miners who have investigated the
matter declare that all Indications point
to placer gold on the farm in paying
RIGHTS OF A WIFE.
Justice Williams Decides That Home
Is Her Sphere.
New York, June 7. Slgmont 8lmon
said he was master of his house, and
he sent away the French governess.
Mrs. Simon said the governess must
come back. Mr. Simon said no. Mrs.
Simon went to live with her father,
and husband and wife sought a separa
tion In the courts. Judge Gilderslcevc
found that neither of them had made
out a case. The appellate decision sus
tains him. Justice Williams says:
"While In a lepal sense the husband
Is the head of the family and has the
right to rule the household and compel
his wife as well as his children to obey
him, still the practical view of the mar
ital relations Is that within her peculiar
sphere, the home, the wife should have
her own way nnd be allowed to manage
and control the details of housekeeping
MAN IN HER ROOM.
Excitement in a Cottage nt Which a
Vhssiu Graduate Was a Uncst.
Poughkeeptie, J;:ne 7. At midnight
last night piercing shrieks and the ring
ing of a dinner bsil In the cottage of
Mr. McOlyn, Just beyond the Pines at
Vassr.r colkne, startled people, In the
' A WOMAN'S STORY.
at Bkaald Ba W Intrmt to Every Think
Women wb3 reason well know that
Bo male physician can un-Jerstandingly
treat the complaint known as " female
diseases,'' for no man ever experienced
This, Lydia E. Pinkham tanghtthem
twenty years ago,
when she dis
covered in her
the only suc
for all those
liar to the
It 1 n
women nave "
a fatul faith in
their physician, and not till they can
Buffer no longer, will they think and
act for themselves,
Tho following testimony Is straight
to tho point, and represents the ex
perience of hundreds of thousands of
now grateful women : " For six years
I was a great sufferer from those in
ternal weaknesses so prevalent among
our sex. After having received treat
ment from four physicians of our city,
and finding no relief whatever, I con
cluded to try Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, and it has proved a boon to
me. It can truly be called a " Saviour
of Women." Mns. JJ. A, PtBilAM,
neighborhood. Neighbors found the
household in a state of excitement,
caused by the act of an unknown man
w-ho had clambered In a room on the
first Moor, occupied by one of the Vas
sar alumnae who 1s attending a class
reunion at the college.
He was discovered before he had a
chance to steal anything and ran away
as fast as he could go. The lauy whose
room was entered had entertained a
number of friends at dinner, and the
guests made in elaborate display of
Jowels. It Is supposed the thief peeped
in the windows while the festivities
wer In progress and saw a chance to
make a haul. All Information was re
fused as to the name of the lady who
occupied the room.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorlo,
When site was a Child, she cried for Costoria,
When alio became Mlxs, she clung to Castorlo.
Whoa she had Children, sue gave them Castorla.
t Ts t&is wbat a!Ss yon?
Have you a feel
ing of weight in
the Stomach j
ing of wind-
Vomltlnguf Food i
i Heartburn Bad Taste in the Mouth,
in the Morning Palpitation of the.
Heart, due to Distension of Stomach (
Cankered Mouth Gas In the Bowels 1
Loss of Flesh Fickle Ansctite
Depressed, Irritable Condition of the 1
Mmd Dizziness Headache Con
stipation or biarrhtti? Then you have '
! Mat atf If, mane faBiti Th Aa t lm
) Mire for this dtat reunion complaint Is
flcm Dyspepsia zmmi
by nail, prepnld, on receipt of a cent.
rniRira RaMnrr. Ilnffl Imnartal Vm i
York, nay: ' 1 onnVrH horribly from iy-(
kpppxta, but Acker's Tubleti, taken titer ,
' memo, naro curt a me. ' i
i Acker Medicine Co., ifr-inCfaambero St, H. T.
mii'ilNG, CLfiSTIMG ADD SPORTING
Manufactured at the Wapwallopen Mills,
Luzerne county, Pa., and at Wil
General Agent for tho Wyoming Dlstriot
lit WVOAUNO AVENUE, Scranton, Pa.
Third National Bank Building.
THOS. FORD. Pittston, Pa.
JOHN B. SMITH & SON, Plymcuih, Ta.
E. W. MULLIGAN, Wilkns-Barre, Pa.
Agents for tho Repauno Chemical Com
pany's High Explosives.
WILLIAM S MILLAR,
Alflerman 8t!i Ward, Scranton
ROOMS 4 AND 5
OAS AND WATER CO. BUILD1NO,
CORNER WYOMING AVE. AND CENTER ST.
OFFICE HOURS from 7.30 a. m. to 9 p.
m. (1 hour intermission for dinner and
Particular Attention (liven to Collections,
Prompt Settlement Quaranteed. Your Bust,
aeu Is Kespectlully Solicited. Telephone 134.
CALL UP 3682:
OFPICB AND WAREHOUSE,
I41 TO 131 MERIDIAN STRUCT.
M. W. C0LIIXS, Manager.
ChlrhMte? EnfflUfa Dlnmond Rra4.
OrlrlanlaUMl Onlv aMtilnft.
r, alwaTt r-lt.tt)l(i. iftoiES uk
bruultt frr raUrJUtie tS.ohik lila.
.mottHJtntnditi K. d tori UvU uiewlilaN
imkm, l aMl wtik M:i rirtlnm. Tnko
'tiOHl nrut iWtfifianj. At ltrua4aia
In titnr" far particular-, itatmt)biala ml 4
Relief fbr fjiritf-o," to tnttr. br rvfni i
inaiii iwtwun it 'iiiNomaia, Asm rftm
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY,
COHKCING miW, JUNE 8, .'
Every person making a purchase to the
amount of $2 will be presented
with a sterling silver pen
and pearl holder or
pencil, worth $1, at
400 AND 402
ALSO THE FOLLOWING BARGAINS:
2M laiise" Umbrellas, aborted fancy
handles, worth $l.u I to 81 s;l.
Sale Price, $1.00
C1'cd"e' Laundered Shirt Wista,
6O0 a: :i titte quality. Sale Price, 35c
43 d Utiles' Lanndured Shirt Wnlsts,
worth OSc to sale Price? 7Sc
S doa Ladiee' Wr.pp.ra. all kind, as
sorted, worth $l.0Ji 8L1, 11 -v
Sale Price, 80c
8ll dozn Children's Fancy Gingham
Drosaea, worth Too to (Wo each.
Sale Price, 45c
22 Ladies' Skirts. Brilllantlnos, otn..
worth $3.00 to JUIiO, Sale Price. Sa.go
2 Ladia' Skirta, Lln.n, w rth 2.t.
Sale Price, $i.7S
60 Ladies' Capes, assorted, worth Jl w,
Sale Price, 73c
100 ri cm Apron Giuzhann. worth Sea
rd. Sale Price. ic
100 plaees Dlinitiei and Batl t 1, worth
10 a yard, . Sale Price, atc
8 halei Unbleached 4-t clheetinT. wmth
10 yrd. Sale Price, 3c
40 plnoej Toll Do Nord Dress (Jin
hams, worth los a yard Sale Price 6c
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The Rush is here. Best reasons, too. The peo
ple have found out that our store is the place
FOR CARPET BUYERS.
We have the goods and the prices are right,
and naturally they are here after them.
In greater variety than ever. Chinese Mattings from
$4 a roll, containing 40 yards. Japanese Mattings
, in all the novelties. Plain Mattings with inlaid figures,1
. elaborate Carpet Patterns and all desirable colors.
s. e. kerrTson & cti."
Opposite Main Entrance
to the Wyoming House,
Branch sat Carbondale.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE. PA Mamif.otur.ra of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
- HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
Qeneral Office: SCRANTON, PA.
tlUHUfllT Premium Sal8ji-
From June 5 to July 4. g
r PP 1 easonable g
B WWW "aigaius,
ECONOMY I A
a oners the balance
of the week.
a Oak finish, charcoal
I cSihSS I
h extra heavy doors gal- 3 A
I yanized iron ice cham- g .
ber and rack, steel a n
shelves, patent lever g
- .u, tumcs mgn, g irec wun every casn or crea
g 24 inches wide. $5.90 g it sale.
Cotton top mattress, woven wire
Ptalr Oil Cloth, 15 In. wide, 60. yard.
1S in. wide, Sc. yard.
Jolntless China matting; by the yard,
Coloninl wood seat rocker, worth
$3.00 gents' size large arms of course.
500 Window Phndes, spring roller,
complete, rendy to put up.
All-Wool Ingrain Carpet Brussels
58c a yard
33 Pieces Croaj B Muslin, 12t qnal
, , Sale Price. y
3 piaoei Japanese Silk, worth 3Ho vard.
worth l 60. lai, a.rie.,,8,
- White Bd Spreads, worth o
. , s,, sea
SaleeeeTabls Linen, all klnla, worth
jo to aoo. .u
doi.n Ladies' Bibbed Teats, worth
-m, sate Price, jf
"J""1 Ladies' Bibbed Vests, worth
" Sale Price. 13c
H dot Ladles' HanderobW worth.
60 cl. Sal PrleiTiKc
IS dosro Ladies' White Salrte with
Embroidered Flounce, worth atn.
Bala Pries, ge
10 dozen Ladle.' Embroidered Nlcht '
Uonrua, worth 9o. Sale Price, goe
1 eue Oents' Bibb id Shirts aad Draw
ers, worth 73o each. Sale Price; 30s
1 ease Qenta' Balbrigtaa SbirH aad
Drawers, woreh Uo each. Sale Price, see
n dozen Qenta' Outlet Shlrta worth
60c each. 8alsPriea.ua
one Call, u
408 Lackawanna Avenue
The ) Premium
ECONOMY'S J Sale,
From June 5 till July 4,
with our compliments,
Rustic Table wiih $10.00 I
Rug with 15.00 1
A K230 KOCKe. Wlttl 20.00 B
Qak m m zm
An Upholstered Rocker with.. 30.00 i
A Tea Tabla with 40.00 i
Rockar with... 50.00 1
Large Reed Rocker with... 65.00 i
n. e, ... . nft
,uu riB" u'bi obi wiiii y.ww
The above given absolutely
Ladles' Arm Reed Rocker, suitable)
for sitting room or parlor.
More of those rustic tables that on
house sells at $1.50, we sell at
.An assortment of Landscape and)
Panel Pictures, worth from $1.00 to
$2.00, sell' at
Carpet Rugs, one nnd a half yards,
best Tapestry, Brussels, and enough
fringe for both ends.
Four rooms furnished Parlor, Bed
room, Dining room and Kitchen, In
cluding Furniture, Carpets, Bedding
and Dinner Bet, for
225, 227 and 128