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THE SCTl ANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MOIINIn'gTAUGUS 17, 1896.
fraeri will pleas not that advertise.
Units, order for Job work, and Itoms for
publication l'ft at the establishment of
Bhannoh A Co., newsdealers. North Mala
street, will receive prompt attention; of
Oca open from S a. m. to 10 p. m.J
A SERIOUS BLAZE.
Kinlmrk's Furnit nrn Store Totally
Dpstrn)i'il by Fire on Saturday.
A serious lire occurred In this city
Saturday afternoon about half past
three o'clock, and before it could be
controlled the building owned by Kin
bark brothers and occupied by DeVere,
the furniture man, was badly destroyed.
The fire companies responded to the
alarm In short order and soon the Mit
chells and Columblas had streams up
on the building. The Cottage fire com
pany was upon the spot a little later
iind aided materially In preventing the
neighboring places from catching.
It was soon seen that the fight was a
Impi'less one, but the firemen fought
stubbornly and only gave in when
flames and smoke and fating timbers
compelled them to leave the doomed
Tlie fire had gotten such a start before
discovered and the goods were such that
It was Impossible to do more than pro
tect other buildings.
The lire raged with great fury so that
In n short time nothing was left of the
large building except a heap of smoking
Just how the fire originated it Is hard
to tell and the owners do not yet say
Htiythlng in regard to the matter. The
loss will be. very large but the building
Is parti. illy insured.
IV r lor m cd I'pon Contractor U. II.
Tryon I.ust Week. ,
A most delicate operation was per
formed upon Contractor O. H. Tryon
last week by Dr. W. J. I.owry, assisted
by Dr. .1. S. Nile Mr. Tryon has for
several years been troubled with con
traction of the muscles of the jaw which
left him in such a condition that the
mouth could only be opend wide enough
to allow lHpiid nourishment to be put
In. As no relief came It was decided
that an operation would be necessary.
To make matters worse several or the
teeth became ulcerated and the pain
The surgeons out the cheek open and
operated the muscles of the Jaw. i u
the bone was found a cartilaginous tu
mor us large as u, hen's egg.
It Is hoped now that the tumor Is re
moved that there will lie no further
PHILIP MANti INJURED.
lie Is Throws IVoni n Wagon During
X painful accident occurred nn Satur
day to Hillrp Wan!,- who drive the
wagon for liid father 1. Mung the bak
er. At the time of the accident lie was
C 'tnlng down Broklyn street, when sud
dileuly bis horse took fright and bolted
thiv.wing the young man from the
wngon. He lauded In such a maimer
that one of the wheels passed over his
head, badly Ih'UIhIiii? it and cutting it
In a terrible manner. Besides these in
juries on of his arms was badly hurt.
The horse ran some dlstunce further
but was brought to a stop by coming
in contact with a telephone pole.
The retreat which bus been In progress
nt St. liose convent was brought to a
close Saturday afternoon, nearly lull of
the sister of the Immaculate heart tak
Ig part. Father Mullcr of the Redemp
torlst Order of Annapolis, Maryland,
had charge of IHu retreat which has
lasted for nine days.
PERSONAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
Alfred Darte, of W'ilkes-Barre, Is vis
iting relatives in town.
Mrs. Harry Sita is entertaining Miss
S;irali JMI, of Forest City.
.Mis. Wilkin, of Wyoming street. Is
'Siting her daughter, Mrs. Nichols, of
A. W Daley and the Misses Francs
unl Hhii t I in lev left today for a visit
f several vel;s with friends and rela
Ivi in i'.rip'.kivii, Pa.
Mi. and Mr Charles Hulbert left
uday for Klk Lake where they will en
y u two Weeks' outing.
P. F. quinn, of Fallhrok street. Is
pending a few days at Lake Sheridan.
Mrs. H. A. Purple and son returned
Saturday from a month's visit at Crys
Miss Anna Manton and Miss Adella
Penward o m Scranton, are visiting
Mrs CJ. B. Sanson on Cu'inin street.
llary Seltz, of S i Kerr. Son & Co's.
store. Is attending the luuiiture exposi
tion In New Yoi k
Mis Libble Stephenson, of Scranton,
Is visiting Mrs. J. S. Berry on Canaan
Miss F.lla O'Hara, of Scranton, Is the
guest of her cousin. Mis Rose Murphy,
on Dundaff street.
Miss M. E. Best, of Philadelphia, !
visiting at he home of her cousin, Mrs.
John E. Dennis, of Brook avenue.
Miss Helen Aitken, of Montrose, Is
visiting at the home of John V. Aitken,
Mrs F. W. Day, of Wllkes-Barre, Is
the guest of Mrs. J. S. Bassett, on Thorn
Austin Benscoter has moved to his
new home on Canaan street.
Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Hedden and son,
Alfred, who have been visiting the lat
ter's parents, yeft for their home In
Harry Retew and Morris Ouest left
Saturday mo rnlng for Wllkes-Barre,
from which place they will take a two
days' tour on their bicycles.
Frank Burrows and family, of Bel
mont street, will spend the next few
Weeks In campt at Newton Lake.
Miss Minnie Dennis and Hattle Berry
ANNUAL GUT PRICE
Just read our prices and compare them with
any and all ol the other attempts:
25c Ingrain Carpets, Now 18c
35a Ingrain Carpels, Now 25c
50c Ingrain Carpets, Now 35c
65c Brussels Carpats, Now 39c
75a Brussels Carpets, Now 57c
95a Brussels Carpets, Now 75c
Also a quantity of body Brussels lengths
tross j to so yards la each piece at about an,
halt price to close.
Carpets and Wall Papsr Dealer.
TBKM Cask aa the Ahsvs dead.
left Saturday for Boyd's Mills, Wayne
county, where they will spend several
weeks with the former's parents.
Bryan O'Bryan, of South Main street.
Is seriously HI.
P. F. Flannelly, of Dundaff street, re
turned home Saturday from a trip to
Mr. Mark, of Dundaff street, Is quite
ill with rheumatism.
Mis Itose Murphy, who has been
bookkeeper for W. R. Moon for the past
four years, has resigned her position.
Thomas Morgan and family, O. W.
Evans and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
rick Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Fos
ter and R. Edwards and family left for
Lake Idlewlle Saturday where they will
spend a week.
Mrs. Louis Braner and daughter.
Minine, are visiting In Rlpon, Wiscon
sin. They expect to be absent several
Miss Annie Colvln, of Parsons, Is visit
ing Mr. and-Mrs. C. D. Dershlmer.
Miss Margaret Stevens, of Towan
da. Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. R. P. Ross.
R. P. Northrop and son, Albert, are
at Asbury Park for a few days.
Through James K. Frear as auditor a
final settlement has been made in the
case of F. C. Runnel & Co., bankers, who
faiied hero many years ago. The first
distribution was something over 16 per
cent, and now a second and last dis
tribution of S?i per cent, has been
made. Thus the depositors have re
ceived about one-fourth of their money.
Mrs. H. C. Lutz and children, of
Wilkes-Harre, who have been visiting
James Kelly for some time, returned
The following will spend the week at
Lake Carey In Hendrick's cottage:
Messrs. Marcy Miller, John Fassett,
Spencer Reed, Fred Bililngs, Misses
Carrie Craham, Klla Brown, Maine
Wljilamson, Mrs. Charles C.rahnm and
Miss Mabel Harding, of Binghainton.
Word has been received from John D.
Clark that his father is sick and he will
therefore be unable to return and play
ball with the Tritons the remainder of
Colonel N. A. Mi Kown and family
have Just ivturncd from u week's outing
ut Hotel Fern Cliff, Lake Carey.
Miss Clara Bascom, of Whlfe Hall,
New York, who has been visiting Miss
Klizaliclh Kittredge fur the past three
weeks, returned home to day.
Miss Bertha Pope, stenographer and
type writer for Paul Bililngs & Sons. In
spending her two weeks' vacation with
lor parents ut Jackson, Susquehanna
Mrs. Sampson, of BliiKhaniton, Is vis
iting Iter sou. D. V. Sampson.
Miss Itulh Palen. of Philadelphia, who
has been visiting her cousins, Misses
Hope and Helen Northrop, returned
home Satin day.
Miss (iruce Carrington left today for
Mountain Luke, Bradford county, for
Professor V. M. Wood is spending ten
days with his parents in New York
on Friday evening last the Epworlh
League, of the M. K. church, gave a
fesilvul on the lawn of Krank 11. Kiam.
Counnty Superintendent Jarvls nnd
wlte have Just "returned from a visit
with Mr. Jarvis' parents ut Le Kays
Ville. There was the largest crowd at tin5,
Crangers plclnle at Luke Carey on
Thursday lust that has been there for
yea i s.
In the case of Emerson Lolt found
guilty for ussault and buttery upon his
wile, the Judge sentenced him to 30
days in jail, a ne of $;" and to pay all
costs which will amount to over $50.
In the case of Harry Rhoades for
stealing trout from W. K. mid C. A.
Little, lie was given HO days in Jail, $10
tine, pay all costs and restore the prop
erty. Will tiilloy who was in it too is
out on $3iHI bull to appear ut the next
term of court and receive sentence.
,The grand Jury found a true bill
against Dave Meyers on the clmrge of
asuult und battery with intent to kill
and also a true bill against "Pud" Mey
ers as being an accessary. Tills will
be remembered as the Chamberlain
slabbing case and will be tried next
The Jury brought In a verdict of "not
guilty" ut 6,:i0 Friday evening In tin
case of the commonweulth against Ells
worth Smith churged with malicious
mischief and Levi Howell, the prosecu
tor. Is to pay the costs. Tills is the set
tlement of a dispute over the right of a
roadway in Monroe county.
At C.'.i'i yesterday evning the August
term of court adjoined to meet at 9 . m.
on Septemhlier 1.
(Hi Friday afternoon last Miss Mame
Shook gave a tea at her home on Put
num street. The following were pres
ent: Misses Ruth Palen and Vanle
Thornton, of Philadelphia; Miss Clara.
Bascom, of White Hull, N. Y.: Mis
Anna Colvln. of Parsons; Miss Cetie
Rogers, of South Eaton; Misses Alice
and Jenlne Roberts and Carrie and Eva
Drown, of Fittson, und Misses Clura
and Mattle Driesbaeh. of Wllkes-Barre.
The following from Tuukhannock were
nlsn present: Mrs. Aauron Brown, Mrs.
C. O. Dershimer, Mrs. Menlzer, Misses
Eleanor Little, Sallle Bannatyne, Agnes
Stark. Ellle Reynolds, Eva Carlin,
Flora White. Adelaide McKowen, Daisy
and Lilian Childs, Mary Avery Helen
Lewis, Lizzie Bunnell. Lizzie Kittredge,
Hope Northrop. Lizzie Kiefer, Sara and
Mrs. Ed. Chaffee and son. Louis, have
returned from a trip through Bradfod
The condition of Stephen Miller, who
was mysteriously shot at Forest Lake
two weeks ago, is encouraging. He
suffers but little from his wound, but Is
troubled V.'ith rheumatism In his knee.
W. F. Strous, who fell through a tres
tle on the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western railroad near Nicholson, a
dlstunce of SO feet, has been brought
to his home here. He will be confined
to his bed for some time.
Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Benton have re
turned from Northiield, Muss.
8. S. Wright was at Hickory Grove
The foundry and machine shops of
II. L. Bench are running but eight
When Company O was at Lewistown,
Captain R. James McCausland, in a
contest by voting wus elected to re
reeeive thesecondof three prizes offered
by the Philadelphia. Times, to the most
popular captain. The Times has noti
fied the company that the trophy, an
elegant gold watch, Is now properly en
graved and asks for u time and place
for Its presentation. As Company 1
is to participate In the ceremonies with
the Veteran organization, It has been
decided that the watch will be pre
sented to Captain McCausland on
Thursduy, August 20, at dress purade,
when Captain H. F. Beardsley will
make the presentation speech.
Aaron Brown, of Tunkhannock, Is
registered at the Montrose House.
John W. Young, of Tunkhannock. Is
a guest at the Tarbell House.
J. M. Boles, of Scranton. is In town.
He Is registered at the Tarbell House.
Dennis Casey, of Susquehanna, Is in
Benjamin Van Auken was severely
Injured on Saturday. While feeding a
short piece of lumber Into a planing;
mill it slipped and hM hand was drawn
between the rupidly revolving rolls.
The lingers of his left hand were com
pletely macerated. ,
The first week of court has been fin
ished and as a peculiar fact not one
case given to the jury was returned
not guilty, in every case they ren
dered the stern verdict of guilty. It
Is said that this Is without precedent
lit Susquehanna county.
Preparations for a Republican meet
ing for next week are being made.
The Taylor Reda defeated the city
Line Stars on the school house grounds
Saturday afternoon by the score of 15
to 4. The game while not being a very
good one, was quiet Interesting at times.
The poor umpiring of Luddon kept the
Stars from being shut out. The Reds
played a good game from the start to
the finish. The features of the game
was the pitching of Shields and the run
ning catch of centerftelder Watkins.
both of the Reds, and the former strik
ing out 9 men.
The score by Inning Is as ftllows:
Taylor Reds ....0 6 0 0 7 2 -15 13 3
Stars 0 3 0 0 0 0 24 6 7
Batteries, Reds Shields and Barry;
Stars Hastings, Calleryand Flannery.
An entertainment and social on Fri
day evening under ausipces of the
Young Ladies' society of the Calvary
church was a very pleasant offalr, and
netted the church a neat little sum.
The programme was rendered as fol
lows: Organ selection ....Mrs. James Griffiths
Song selected David M. Davis
Recitation Emerson D. Owens
Solo Henry Evans
Selection Anthracite (ilee Club
Recitation John E. Evans
Selection ..Mr. John Francis und party
Solo .William Jones
Recitation Miss Mary Jane Davis
Bass solo James E. Watkins
Selection Anthracite Glee club
Tax Collector John D. Jones Is In Phil
adelphia attending the reunion of Com
puny E Forty-eighth. Regiment, Penn
Tlie meeting of the Christians' Vnion
of this town and vicinity was held Fri
day evening In the Presbyterian church.
Kev. Ivor Thomas made un uddress.
The next meeting will be held at the
Welsh Coiigregutionul church.
Rev. N. 1. Parke occupied the pulpit
ut the Presbyterian church last trvrii
Ins. Rev. R. O. Jones and family are en
joying a few weeks at Riclitleld
Springs, N. Y.
Saturday u party of young people of
this town, went to Lily Luke where
an en Joy u hie time wus hud. Games and
amusements were the order of the day.
Those present Misses Carrie Leuthold,
Mury Sherers, Mury Robbins, Ann
Jones, Surah Winters. Jennie Robbins,
Jane Jones, Sevllla Evans. Lizzie Win
ter, and William Davis. Frank Powell,
Edward Gungwer, William Sheldon,
David Howeii. Duvld David. Peter Con
nor, Fied Winters and John Grif
fiths. Tlie picnic of the Knights of Golden
Eagle was largely attended on Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Watkins and
children, of Cuncord, N. II.. ore visiting
Mr. and Airs. John Watkins on Muln
Thomas GrlHlths. of Ouk street. Is con
fined to his home by a severe attack of
The funeral c Nellie, the fifteen-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Watson occurred Saturday af
ternoon from the home of her par
ents on South Muln street. Interment
at the Forest Home cemetery.
John Richards, of South Taylor street,
returned home Saturday evening from
a two weeks visit at Atlantic City.
Lawyer Hawley and family, who have
been boarding ut H. Seamans' for the
summer, have returned to their home
Mrs. Will Cnpwell, of Bloomsburg, Is
visiting Mrs. Rula Cnpwell of this place.
I Work was resumed at the oil well Inst
Pastor Wilbur has returned from
I Carniel Grove, where he has been at
tending lump meeting.
Mrs. C. M. Walter Is on the sick list.
Mrs. Watkins and daughter Zoe and
lola, have returned from a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. John Connor are visit
ing friends at Coney Island and New
Mrs. Kate Harrington and children, of
Chicago, are the guests of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs 'Byron Taylor.
Mrs. L. D. Kemmerer was called home
from lloesdale, where she had been
visiting, on account of the Illness of her
Mrs. Verdle Bennett, of South Gibson,
spent a few days last week with her sis
Mabel JefTers, of Lenox Is the guest of
her cousin, Jessie Mathewson.
Miss Kate Birdsall, who has been
spending her vacation with relatives at
New Milford. has returned to W. N.
Manchester's to continue her music.
Walter Reynolds and family moved to
La Grange Saturday.
(Mrs. E. Walker, of Newark, N. J.,
who has been spending the summer
with her uuut, Mrs. W. J. Thomus, was
called away by the sudden death of her
A. W. Vantiiyle nnd daughter, Mrs.
B. O. Hudson, were at the camp ground
Lewis Palso was hurt Thursday noon
Nerves Just as surely come from the use of
Hood's Sarsaparilla as does the cure 61
aqrotula, salt rheum, or other to-called
blood diseases. This Is limply because
the blood affects the condition of all the
bones, muscles and tissues. If it is Im
pure it cannot properly sustain these
parts. It made pure, ricb, red and vital
ized by Hood's Barsaparilla, it carries
health instead of disease, and repair the
worn, nervoua system as nothing else can
do. Thus nervous prostration, hysteria,
neuralgia, heart palpitation, are cured by
Because It Is tbs On True Blood Purifier.
. mil., are ma sen aiwr-uinner
1 1UUU B fills puis, SJ4 dtgtfUM. at.
1 J. DAVIS, THE TMIi, IS OPENED FOR BUSINESS.
EXAMINE OUR STOCK and be convinced that we have the goods, the prices and the people to supply," and
satisfy you in the tailoring line. Remember Our Specials for This Month:
All Wool Suits Made to Measure, $15.00.
All Wool Pants Hade to Measure, 3.50.
We make any kind of garments required, of any quality, but the above are our Specials well made, well
trimmed, stylish goods. Don't take them if they don't fit Band Suits, Motormen and Conductors' Suits and Uniforms
of all kinds at popular prices.
J. DAVIS, 215 WYOMING AVENUE
ORIGINATOR OF MODERN METHODS IN MERCHANT TAILORING.
In the Wyoming Coal and Land com
pany's mine by a fall of rock. An am
bulance telephoned for proved to be a
heavy delivery wagon used In deliver
ing stones without cushions or top. He
was loaded into it and driven to the
Plttston hospital with a few newspa
pers spread over him to keep the sun
Rev. H. O. Russell, of Wllkos-Baw.
spent Wednesday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Thomas visiting the
tatter's father, C. McKechnie, who Is
Jacob WMilains, who wus hurt In the
mines at Uuryea Wednesday by a fall
of suap rock, in In a critical condition.
John Bath and sister Maria and Miss
May Klvle, of Plains, were guests of
John Pyne Sunday.
The Forest City Republican club met
on Friday evening In Davis' hall. The
reports of the various committees were
heard. The treasury was reported as
being in good condition. The badges
and sound money literature sent by the
state committee were disturbed umang
An effort will be made to Secure the
prince of polltieul debaters and champ
Ion of sound principles in all affairs.
(lalnslia A. (irow to address us in the
The club or ti lurge delegation there
from will In a short time go to Union
dale to assist in forming a dub at
that place and strengthening party lines
Mr. and Mrs. P. F,. Kvans, of Gibson
were the guests Saturday of the for
mer's sisters, Mrs. J. 1 Westgate and
Mrs. Benjamin Maxey.
J. U. liiunt, of Jermyn. wan registered
Saturday lit the Forest House.
IN OUR STORE TODAY.
Will buy you a pair of
Men's Russet Shoes.
Will buy you a pair of
Men's Dress Shoes,
congress or lace.
Will buy you a pair of
Men's Calf, Patent
Tip Shoes, worth $2.
Will buy you a pair of
Ladies' Patent Leath
er Strap Sandals,
Will buy you a pair of
Ladies' Dongola Ox
lords, worth $1.00,
Will buy jou a pair of
Ladies' Dongola Shoes
sizes 2i to S.
Will buy you a pair of
Misses' Russet Shoes,
1A to 2.
Will buy you a pair of
Child's " Dongola Op
era Sandals, sizes Sj
Will buy you a pair of
Fine Baby Shoes,
fESrCall and examine
our goods before buying
elsewhere. No trouble to
show goods and you will
surely save money by it.
307 Lackawanna Avenue.
ONE PRICE TO ALL
WILLIAM $ MILLAR,
Alderman 8th Ward, Scranton
ROOMS 4 AND 9
OAS AND WATER CO. BUILDINO,
COBREfi HOMING AVE. AND CENTER 81
OFFICE HOURS from 7.S0 a. m. to I p.
M. (l hur tutermluloD tor dlwnr And
Partlcalar Attention dlvta ta Collection.
Praaipt EcttUawat daarantccd. Vaar Baab
MM to RupactJaUy aejlclttd. Talcpaoat i J
L I SALE
Sterling Silver Shirt Waist
Sets, worth U5c to $1; choice
for 50c. Worth $1.25 to $1. 75;
choice for $1.00.
Sterling Silver Belt Buckles,
worth 3.50, ut $2.51). Worth
$2.50, at $1.75.
' Closing Out all our Fin)
China at about Half Price.
Genuine Rogers' Triple
Plate Spoons, Forks and
Knives at reduced prices. Kn
Tea Sets. Ice Pitchers, Cake
Baskets, etc., finest plate, new
styles, very low prices. At
our New Store,
130 WYOMING AVENUE.
CTEINWAY A SON'S . .
Acknowledged tba Lcadiaff
Ot tba WarlA
KKAMCHB A BACnB and other.
Sheet Music and
urchaurf will always And a complete
atock aad at prices a. low as the quak
tty at the instrument w'M permit at
117 Wyoming Are. - Scranton
ON THE LINE OF THfc
CANADIAN PACIFIC R'Y
are located the finest Ashing nnd hunting
giounda In the world. Descriptive Liookh
on nppllcutlon. Tkkets to all point in
Maine, Canuda and Maritime Province,
Minneapolis, St. Paul, ('uniiillan und
United States Northwest, Vanvouver,
Seattle. Tiu-oma, Portland, Lire., San
First-Class Sleeping and Dinin? Cars
attached to all throught trains. Tourist
cars fully fitted with bedding, curtains
and specially adapted to wants of families
may be had with second-class tickets.
Rates always less than via other lines.
For further Information, time tables, etc..
on application to
E. V. SKINNER, 0. E. A..
353 Broadway, New York.
IINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured at the Wapwallopen Mills,
Luzerne county, Pa., and at Wil
HENRY BEL.IN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming District,
11S WYOMINd AVENUE, Scranton, Pa.
Third National Bank Building;.
THOS. FORD. Plttston. Pa.
JOHN B. 8.MITH & SON. Plymouth. Pa.
E. W. MULLIGAN, Wllkes-Barre, Pa,
Agents for the Repauno Chemical Com.
(siav'a Mth Exploslvea.
THE IDEAL AMERICAN TRIP
NORTHERN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The Superbly Appointed and Commodious
NORTHWEST AND NORTHLAND.
American through and ilinmKb.
leare Buffalo Tnesriavi ond Fridays 9.30 p m.
for Cleveland, Detroit, Mackinac, The Soo,
Duluth, and Western Points, passing all
places of interest by daylight In couaeu tloa
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY,
It forms the most direct mute, and from ev
ery point of comparison, the most delightful
and oomfortalile one to Minneapolis, Bt. Paul,
Oreat Falls, Helena, llutte. Spokane and Pa
cific count. Tiie onlr transcontinental line
running tba famous buffet, library, observa
New 07 honr train for Portland via Spokane.
HOTEL LAPAYETTE, Lake Minnetonka,
10 miles from Minueapollf, largest and most
beautiul resort in the west.
1 Ickets and any information of any agent or
A. A. HEAHD, Ueneral Passenger agent,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Of all kinds, aaonfactnred tt tkoaf
aotict, at Tbe Tribune OQce.
We have several small lots of Lace
pattern, which we desire to close oar.
joods. This is a rare chance to secure
10 pairs at
10 pairs at
20 pairs at
10 pairs at
30 pairs at
lone, full width.
95C were $1.50
SL35, were 1.7s
50c were 75c
75c were lo
$1.25, were 150
4 pairs at
4 pairs at
5 pairs at
3 pairs at
$1.50, were $2.25
2.00, were 3.00
3.00, were 4.50
3.50, were 5.00
S. G. KERR,
Opposite Main Entrancs
to the Wyemlns Hoese.
SQUARE EDGED I
SQUARE BUTTED L.UMBER,
SQUARE BUNCHED 4-FOOT LATH.
RICHARDS LUMBER CO.,
02 COMMONWEALTH BUILDING. 'PHONE 422.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
8CRANT0N AND WILKES-BARRE, fK, Manufacturars of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTINO AMD PIMPING MACHINERY.
Oeoeral Office: SCRANTON, PA.
p Fill in
At prices old
l aud before
$100 worth of good
Furniture and Carpets
for $75. It's like find-
ji ing $25 every time you
5 invest 37.
225, 227 AND
Curtains, two and three pairs f a
We want their room. You want tha
choice desigos at yoar own price.
0o our entire stock of BRUSSELS
CLUNY, TAUBOl'R, Etc
Snow flakes, silk stripe aad CBB
TONNE from $1.50 to $3.$$ pel
bjthejard. Full liae of Nltd
SON & CO.,
408 Lackawanna AvenuO
UARE nEALING TO
Spring goods are selling
for. This stock was selected in May
and June, before prices were advanced,
the demand from dealers
for autumn sales had
Were made that enables
ns to make prices for this
special sale that must be
advanced at least 35 per
cent, for the regular Fall
Half Wool Carpets, 35c
218 WYOMING AVENUE