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TIIE SCKAXTOX TBIBUXE SATURDAY MORNING, " OCTOBER 10, 189G.
in-a lors will ploasp note that nilvprtlsc
m. niH. or.lcra for Job work, ami Items for
! ui lii aiion lilt lit the establishment ot
Snannun Co., n w?ilealera. North Jlam
i.ti.-.;t. will i.-i-cive inomiit uttenlloli; or-lin-
oiu'il lrom 8 a. Hi. to 10 p. m.J
FOOTBALL THIS AFTERNOON.
I t.ul.1 Httwccn the llisli School
it nd I lie Crystal Atlilolio.
The Ili'4;h School eleven were unuMtf
to secure a panic with any nutsiil team
!..; to.lav no they will play tlu Oystd
AtMciies of this city. The AtliU-.i.-a
,vre tlct'entecl I.y the llieh school cev
. r.-:l iwkn aixo and uatiiially they will
iiy li: r.l tor a victory tmlay. The lino
..r the U-.ins wi;l he as followx:
I '. v
l- Jl until....
i'i-y;nl Aihletie Club.
lit' lit imii'I...
.1. II miiU'd
..rivjat tint ...
I lni kt'hlii cry left cml.
'i:;m- iiuartei -bai'k
Vni i-injrtuii ..rijdit half-hack.. .. Honey
l-vrli-s left half-back Cordon.
J. Muriln full ba k Isgar
WILLIE AUX WELL'S LESSON.
M'titMiN l.i'M. II ol ii isoy's i'iny
int: with .If ntclics,
Willie Maxwell, the yon or Mr. "Wil
liain Maxwell, was seriously burned
j.'ntentay as tile r-siilt of a lluhted
ma ich which In: held in his hand while
vnirniiis from school, lie was env I
od in his bntniimr clothes when
Tliom.'iH l!o!nies, of Simt'sn;i, who was
fortunately iia::s;nu, succeeded ill cx
lintiisliiOK' the liaioes.
He was badly burned about the neck
and arms, and was taken to his home,
where he Is now under tile care of lr.
I'. K. J-'tik ins.
City .Helical Society.
The icirnlar business meetlnir of thh
or "aiov.atioii w as held at the Hotel
American mi Thirnduy evening nnd was
..iiunled by His. iiailey, (i.llis. Niles,
.'cnkiiis, .V. hoi I r. Kel y and Shields,
Ai lafy in.-nts are to be made it' Jins-si)..-
, r n lecture nil niiernsi opy by Dr.
I.. W'lH'au, nf Sornnton. Drs. Wheel-M-niel
Nile- were mpo'nteil the com
mittee of iivianK' inentH. Tim lee 11 e
w.ll luolial.ly be Riven next Thursday
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Mrs. M. ,T. Tavis has ret timed from
Wilkos-HaiTP and Scranioii, where she
has been speiulinir the past two months.
-Miss Mann; .Morrison, of liobuoni
sireei. lias returned from Niagara Kalis
and Si. Catherine's church, where she
has bet 11 for the past week.
I'r. V. .1. I.owry was tailed to Kll
!ale yesii rilay by the serious illness of
his luiht r.
Mrs. ji'Kii.--t C-ili.irdl, of South Main
street, has iv-Hireed from it visit with
friends in Now Vol I; and llrooklyn.
Mia. 1 ,1. 'iiiiKiin aiul son, William,
have fvuinicd from a visit with friends
Mrs. Kate Wi-i;;nt and son, Itaymond,
are visit iiiK In I'hilacl 'lphia.
Mrs. Oriswiild, fif Chica'.ro. Til., Is vls
iiinu her cousin, Mrs. Woodward, of
l;ivt r si reel.
Miss Millie Jtoran, who has been ron
linej lo her honii! by Illness, Is able tn
in'' about ,ri;.valn.
Mrs. Thomas ivtti.nrew spent yester
ilav in I ilvphaiit.
Mm. Walter Scurry and Miss Helen
Slurry, of Washington street, are 111
Ho, I. S. S. .Tones, .Tames Xicbolson,
I Mini"! Uoblnscn nnd William Thomp
son, f.f this city, attended the races at
Miss Winnie- Taylor, of Wayne street,
! visit ;nt? friends in Scranton.
1'iitriek O'Connor, of hlnghamton,
was In this city yesierday.
Itev. Mr. Jones, of l.lan Rost, AVales,
w ill preach in this Welsh liaptist church
lovnoirow nl'teriHion and evening.
Misses Anna I'.nblen and Alice Jor
dan have (.rone to Wilkes-IJarre where
they will visit friends.
M'sh Lillian Tinker has returned from
a visit with friends In Scranton.
K" I'm her Murphy, of oiyphnnt.
Infests lli(! Mootl of lminntlity. Il
njipi'strs in varied foritis. Init is fotveil
to yieKI to Iloinl's Snisiiiiiii-illii. which
I:u-iiic3 ami vilnli.es Hie lilood nntl
euros till filch tlicnst's. LV'iul this:
" In September, 1SU1, 1 made a misstep and
injured ray ankle. Very soon afterwards,
..vo inches ncrosi formed and in walking
to favor it I sprained my ankle. The sore
became worse; I could not put my bout
on and I thought I should have to give up
at every step. I could not cet any relict
and had lo stop work. I read of a cure ot
a similar case by Hood's Sarsnparilla nnd
concluded to try it. Before I had taken
all of two bottles the sore had healed and
the swelling had gone down. My
a now well and I linve been greatly bene
fited otherwise. I have increased in
weight and am in better ht-nlth. I cannot
nay enough in praise tt Hood's Sarsapa
rilla." Mrs. 11. Blake, 8o. Berwick, Rio.
This and other similar cures prove that
T the One True Blood Pnriflor. All drujtplsti. ?I.
IT. rurcd only by C. I. Hood A Co., Luw.-ll. Mast.
(I -! tlir liest fiiinilyi'atliartle
I lOCU S HiilS und liver stimulant. lUc-
EES8MT SUEOF CARPETS
Jut rend our prlcrs and compare them with
any and all ol the other attempts:
25c. Ingraii Carpels, New 18c
35c. (ngraii Carpals, Naw 25c
50c. Ingrain Carpa's, Now 35c
60c Erusssls Carpats, Now 39c
75c Erusscis C3r?3ts, Now 57c
5c Brussels Carpets, Now 75c
Aikoa quantity ol Body Bru3el lentrthf
(mm a to jo yards In each piece at about one
half price to close.
J.SCOTT HCLIS, Lack! An
Carpets and Will Pap:r Dealer. .
TERMS-Cosa oa the Above Qoods. .
f3 Cl ia I
nn.1 Itev. M. J. I.ynott, or Jorniyn, were
visitors in town yesterday.
j ne n "oil a uusiness uoiipko literary
society held a meeting last evenl'iK
when a verv interesting nroerainnie
A Deniocratio rally was held In
O'ltora s hall un Thursday ev;nl: R.
Adilresses weru made by T. F. Conroy,
ot Pottsvllte, and Kdward Merrlfl Id.
and D. J. Ueedy, of Scranton. Jann st
i McAnilrew, president of the ISiyail
nnd Sewall club presided and tin re
was a lar?o crowd present.
Misses Mary Hnlbln and May Mo
Oreal, of Scranton, returned home yF
terday afttr havlnff spent a week with
Division Xo. , Ancient Order of Hi
bernians will hold a Brand entertain
ment at Father Mnthew Opjia In u
on Moiu'ay evening. A proijramme
coiiHlstinK of reoltations. vocal, and In
strumental sell ct. on will be p'e-ent-ed.
The talent besides iiicliulir.fr innry
Sifted youns people from this place
will also include several well known
entertainers from tail of town.
liven lefore the national cumpalvrn
Is over candidate.' are being iianied for
the various borfiuith tilltces to be 1111 d
at the February ilivtion. This e'ectioi
will be ff more than ordinary import
ance beeaus.' tlnie is a tax culacl.ir
and hui'Kess t' be elUMcn in mlditlon
to three coiiiiciimili. three school di
rectors and minor otlicers. For tie
oilices of lui!i.-i s.i aid lax c II co"
I hero are many eindldatiM niinel. 'I'll
voters of Archlial 1 have always ak n
an Interest in the local election nnd tin1
cumin?; elect i n will lie no exception to
Matters ul' Interest Noted Oiiiing One
Hay in l.ucine.
The t.eailcr says thai in till llki lihooil
the SLUilon Axle Works company will
erect a roliini; mill for its own use.
The urraiiKon.ents are not coinpleh il
nor Hie time for starting same ilelinile
ly stated, but it is safe lo surmise that
before uiiotie r yiar rolls around the
thine; will lie in active operation. There
are reasons, h'iist, the machinery is
nil on the ground, and lias been since
the plant was moved lure from Au
burn, .'. V. That siime machinery will
be usi'd and only a buildiiiK Is neces
sary. It is concluded by the otllclals of
tile company that tin' cost of carrylnur
the linislied !.i' M f ill steel for axles
is KTcator than if the steel was rolled
here from bidets. Ib-nce a saving'.
The rollinir mill will increase the w.-rk-inc;
force about lifiy men. It is found
Hint even if anthracite is more expen
sive here than is biiuminous coal in
Ohio, st'll tlv iv would be h saviiiK in
Irokrht bills on the rolled Steel. Coal
in Ohio of the size needi d is from T to
." cents a ton. Aniliraeite in bin k
wheat sine is !m cents n Ion and yet it
will be some helo and it is Imped It
will be a so. The axle works' year b
pen September I. end Just now It is
unlet. Mr. (llllnm. secretary and treas
urer, hopes lor a little boom in the
m ar future.
The Wilkes-llarre Musical associa
tion held n nieetlm; Thursday in the of
llii1 of Colonel C. liow Doupheriy in
reference to Alexander nnd his Ninth
Ki-ffimeut bnnd. A communication was
received from J. W. Ooran. president
of i he bnnd oixnnization, statins that
they had decided to keep Alexander
lu re even though the Music association
did nothliiK in the matter of cancelling
its indebtedness to him, but KURgested
Hint a committee r.ppolnted from
both associations to formulate some
plan so thut the professor's back salary
could le paid and provision he made
for the future. The Musical association
decided tit the outset to have Trot.
Alexander remain here, and its execu
tive committee was instructed to meet
the band committee on Monday next to
decide upon some plan of rnlsiiiR thr
professor's back salary, which amounts
lo nearly $1,000.
Joseph MeMuincs, who has been In
disposed for the past ten days, Is slow
Mr. nnd Mrs. V. D. Peck, returne 1
1-isd Thursday from an extended visit
with tclntives In luv:t.
John Wntne will ipend Sunday ut
(.ieorp-o Tiffany has been confined to
the hotirfe lor the past few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert MeCormick nnd
ilniiKhter. Heat rice, will leuvo next
1 Monday to upend u week in New York
There will be services as usual ill the
.Methodist Kpleopal elmrch tomorrow.
ITeuehiiiK by the pas'of. It.'V. S. C.
Slmpkins at 10.:'.l u. 111., nnd 7 p. m.
Theme for the limrnins sermon, "The
I'ather (ilorilied in the Sun;" evi-tiinj!,
. "Cln-lsl'H Invitntlon to the World."
Sunday mhool ut 2.M and Kpwnrth
I l-i-ajrue nt t! p. in. A eordinl invitation
I Is e:;lenileil to nil.
! Uev. S. C Sinipkii.s nnd dauuliler,
Jlb-s Sophie, are In Ulns;h;iinlon. N. V..
alii ndiiiv the conference convention of
the Kpwoflh l.eaHU.'.
Mrs. !?. l'. SiiiipUins nml ilMttliter.
Miss lli-l.a. in i-om (usiiy with Mrs. A. A.
Su iiiuel. nt tended th." Christ ian Kn
deiivor ennveiuhm in Scranton Thurs
day and Friday.
Services nt the liaplist church tomor
row will be us follows: lT-'Hchintj nt
lD.ai 11. in.. Mibject, "I'mii'tice;" Suncluy
school ut 2,:!n p. in.; evening sermon ut
7. subject, "The I'liui acter of Jona
than." The s-'iilijecl for the Sunday morning
service at the I'l-.'sbyleiinii church will
be "Take Heed Mow Ye IKar." Ill the
evening at 7 n'clo. k there will be u
Chrisiian Kndeitvur fully nt which
there will be seccril Hpeukerx from
Scinntoii. Also KM"d sinjrins.
Aifn-i Av iy. uf Nmv York. 1 n
v i im- I'l ii-mlH li.-rc this w. i k.
A H-y. m-ohl child of Mr. ur.d Mr.
fi'nt'Mi-ii ill .1 Thurs'day of tnem-
I'l U MI1IM 'l i up.
Tlic third qoart tly n-ccth ir will Ij
lu-ld !it llu- Ilrii-k fhiin il St'.i. Uiy niorn-ins.-.
Siiiu'ny svlmiil w.ll b Ki'i t nni
o'clock nii'l 4rt :ii')i!nu; ut 1.;:n.
UraUc ci St. v.iiit luivc plin-ed ;i ii.'v
furiiai-i' In tin- hu--i'iii.-iU of tlielr siore.
See our window Tor wonderful valum In
We have just secured n lot of plrg.mt pat
tern In th newest chock nnd ilaii!s the
finest goods mutle In this country. Thee
goods will be mode to measure for fc'XOO
per suit, elegantly trimmed, put up in the
nnd guaranteed to Qt, nml would eoxt ynu ;
J3.-..00 to $40.00 elsewhere. Our eompetltors
auk how It's done. We nnswer In three
words: "Men," "Methods" nnd "Money."
These Roods will probably not Inst a week:
wo will have no more of them at these
prices, but we have, and will always have,
An Elegant Assortment
of all wool suitings, made to measure, from
$14.00 up goods that you could not dupli
cate In ready-made for any less.
WT- I rtAVIC an Wyoming; Aw.
.v l ArcoUe Building,
The litigation over the mortjrape up
on the s.lk sp.-ol works was end d th s
week by a decision of the Supreme
court, which reverses the decision of
the lower court. This is a metier which
has been banning lire for some time,
toere being noout $fi.t00 involved. When
the spool works, which were erected
unci operated by Mack & Miller under
the firm name of Tunkh.imiock Maliu
laeturin(f company, were sold at as
signee's sale, Hon. William M. Test
was appelated audlior lo di; tribute the
fund. The iiestlon arose as to whether
a 4.00(i niorisage, lu-M oy Will am N.
Ueynolds, was divested by the sale,
some legal tec hntealities entering Into
the matter. .Mr. I'ost decided that it
was not divesL-d, but objection being
raised, il was carried Ir.to the lower
court end this opinion reversed. It
was then tppialid to the Supreme
court, which now cever'-s the lower
court and sustains Mr. Post's opinion,
l'.y paying in.- mortgage out of the
fund il is reduce I to such an extent
thut Judgments bad; of the mortgage
to tile sum of alf ut $r.uuo are rendered
Wet l bless.
Tie- new I'm nil m e and uiidei tuking
establishment of Clifford Ai Cook, which
is in course of oi-ctiou on W.-uren
street, will be ready f business about
tin tilst of next un f '.h. The front,
which is to In; of steel and plate tin's,
has not yet arrived from the factory.
The Christum Kialeavorers of the
Presbyterian church held u social l".-t
evening, u feature of which was a Ker
b's of storciiptiooii views of the Caia
combs. oroM nleil by Hie paslor, IJev.
S. C. Hodge.
Mrs. A. AI. M-iyl.ee is heli.l-s. the
resit of a fall from a slepladder. She
Is nearly eighty, and il is doubtful if
she will recover.
KAILKOAD lil AIHI.ICS.
A new older on the Lehigh Valley
compels the use of soft coal on till
freight and local passenger trains dur
ing the winter season. The through
passenger tiains will use anthracite
1 lie Montrose road is carrying about
li.li cms of milk tier day now, though
tile market is said to be uiisilall.v dull
for this season of Hie year. Shippers
pay one ami a half cents per ipiart.
The Lehigh Valley paymaster will
cover tills division on Friday, the pith.
Asa 1. Hlakoslee, the energetic, pas
senger and freight ngent of the Mont
rose, spends a good deal of his time in
pi rsonal r.iiinagement of the line, since
his father, th" persldent of til- rotnl, is
ill feeble henllll.
A couple of traveling passenger
agents of Hie Lehigh Valley were here
this week working up interest In the
excursion lo i 'anion, and will be here
again on .Monday. The exclusion train
wiM be fine lu ce at 7. 1 1 p. ni., Thurs
day next, and the Montiose train will
Mrs. John P.lnkeslcc was burled at
Lynn on Wednesday. She was a young
lady, the daughter of the late I). J.
Cliainpluvlre. the French murderer,
who died in Jail, was burled at Liu cy
ville, and not at Auburn, us several
cm ref pendents have erroneously slated.
Neither was he n Itoninn Catholic, and
the funer.-il service was not conducted
by a priest.
Aleshoppen has peventeen members
of the Winans family Hint vote the
Democratic ticket. II Biynn is elected,
he will have to give nt least one post
olliee to the Winans family.
The annual reunion of the Trelbl"
family was held nt the home of Charles
.layne, in Knton township, on Thurs
day. The family consists of the mother.
Airs. Sarah Tl. ible, thiitcen children
nnd numerous grandchildren and great
The infant child of Air. and Airs.
307 Lackawanna Ave.
yE ARE DETERHINED to make today one of
Aever have the manufacturers throughout the country been so anxious to dis
pose of their stocks to people who would pay them spot cash; never in our ex
perience have we bought so wonderfully cheap. Read the following substan
tial facts no glittering exaggeracions and you will see
success, our constantly increasing business.
i i nree
Fortunate circumstances euabled us to buy 500 pair ladies' hand-sewed Shoes, worth
53.00, for $1.49; sizes 2 to 7.
350 pair Men's Fine Calf Sho?s, all toss, worth $3, Today's Spscial Price, $1.49.
200 pair Misses' Fine School Shoes, worth S2.oo, at 81-09. '
Misses' Heavy. School Shoes, sizes n to 2, worth $r.25, for 79 cents.
Child's Heivy Shoes, only SO cents and 75 cants.
Boys' School Shoes, 75 cents, $1.00 and $1.25.
Veritable Sensational Prices
On High Grade Footwear. .
Men's Fine Calf Hand-sewed Shoes, regular price the
Men's $4 shoesfor $2.50.
Men's $3 shoes for $2.00.
Men's SI . 25 dress shoes only 95 cents.
Ladies' fine shoes, 50c., 75c, $1, $2 and $3.
Hisses' fine school shoes, 75c, $1 and $1.50.
E WANT TO IflPRESS THE FACT upon your mind tint wlii'e we underse"l
all other houses that deal in shoes, our goods are hisrh Trade ani'lhorouirhlv relia-
ble. It is only by our spot cash buying that th; special pries wj mika you are possible.
Call andexamine our jjooJs before buying elsewhere, and make our store your headquar
ters. No trouble to show goods,
SOLE AGENTS FOR STACY, ADAMS & COS, GRAY BROS.'
Highest of all in Leavening Tower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Clinton Fclton will be buried today. It
died of dropsy of Hi" l.rain.
Austin I. Carey, Frank H. Carey and
Fred. Potter are nt Itinghamton at
tending the.Epworth League conven
tion. Fast Tioga Ktivit. which has been in
a rocky condition ever since the sewer
ditches were due. has been regiaded.
C. C. Aliller lills a linif bushel with
thirty-five Northern Spy apples. Coun
ty Commissioner Wlicclcck boas-ts cf
larger ones still.
Ldward L. Ilalger. a worthy To
wunda citizen, went cciiay reading
"Coin's Financii.l Si-hool." And there
The Wyoming County Agricultural
society is said to dm out of debt and
has MOO in the tl. 'usury. It has t.l
ways been a hard task to make ends
meet with it heretofore. Dame For
tune has never smiled on the institu
tion very much.
The fair at Wcllsviil must be cuiiie
mi intei.-Ming ailair. as some thut at-
607, 603 AND 603
Corner Washington Avenue and
rvmxrcui-s vaii:ruii.t pxiri-
on.-e.l u .ut-alyli( strok. Htimi time uko
anil fmir of New VJlk'a Bri-attst phyji-i-ii.ns
The treatment Ktven Mr. Vainlerliilt anil
from nhleh he Is nv.iinint,' health wan
eleel ileal. Two Culvanh- nml Kurudle ina
chlneH were taken to Mr. Vanilerbill'a
home, and In a short time he was able
to iro to Xewnorl. li. 1.
A' few year.- ao sm h a ftrokP wonll
nave necii eonpnieren laiai nui eiemeny
cuniK-recl, as it Is IoIik In hnnilreUs at
Not lor.i sinee n prominent physielan of
St. l.onls pi-rfoimeil an operation before
the .Me ileal soeleiy of thai eily restoiiim
the Hpeet-h of a man who hail not spoken
for three years. Some time RffO It w.-is
thought that Xat Uooilwln. the famous
ronuiiian. woulil lie eornpelleil to nmJereo
an operation, but 1'roiessor Morton, of
New York, treated him i leetrieally and
there has been no lie -essity of an opera
tion. John H. Hently, of ICaston, Pa., hnd
what was ealleil an incurable ease of
(e.ellin. Dr. ilrei-n cured him in four
weeks. The whole world is ai-iiuainli-d
with the discovery of the Roentgen -X
R:iys and the ue lo whieh they are put.
If you want to see every .electrieul op.
pllimee known to the medical profession
call at Dr. Green' Kleeirical Institute.
ELEOTBiOiTY IS K MB
Dr. Green's Elecfro-Therapedtic Insfittife,
607, EOS and 6C9 Mears Building, Scranlon, Pa.
Elevator Day and Night. Open from o a. m. to u m.; p. m. to 5 p. m ; 7. 30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
DA VI DOW,
tended on Thursday returned to take
it In on Friday.
Ogden 1. Piatt isahemt to ri tire fro.n
the gents' furnishing bu In ss.
This afternoon theie will be a f ot
ball gn ne on the I ase ball pa- k be
tween X.choUo'' aril Kiys.one tcims.
A fair for il-e In n lit of the rnivc s.it-i.-
t church will be held In the t-'l f.n
House on Novemb- r It and (I.
Ceelge 1!. AllllilUn ,of Hea l. Sus
iiuehannii county. w 'S eelli.: on
friends Thu'sday evet irg.
The first damaging fro t was here in
good earm. st Friday niorriug.
li the I'al.y I Cutting Teeth.
Mrs. AVinslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over lifiy years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, Foftens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic and Is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by
druggists in every part of the world.
P.e sure and call for "Mrs. Wlnslow's
Soothing Syrup," and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Spruce Street, Scranton, I'enna
The best of references, no charge for eon
sultailon, an Instllim' eiUl.ped with the
latest achievements of .Morton, Kdison,
Hanney. Itueku-i'll. - Mcliri.le, .Mi InOsh
and others. Kleciro Static Machines, (ial
vanic, r'arallc, tirrsoidal t.laKneie.
ISnlvano Vnutcries, and electrodes of ev
We have the finest X-Ray apparatus
With elc'-lrlcity as n basis of treatment
we are successful In cases of Uheiimatlsm,
Hunt, Paralysis, Kczcmu, Tumors, Skin
Troubles, IndiKestlon, Dyspepsia, the
WastltiK of Aliis -les. I'oor ("irelilation, and
all Ni rvous Diseases for which electricity
is dolnir so mu h of late.
The bloo I clot eausiiiir Apoplexy and
Pnralyi-I can be dissolved and earne-1
away by proper application of Ualvanlsni
Cures of Catarrh are beir.s made by the
Inhalation of ozone from the Kleetro-stutic
We mUht mention hundreds of troubles
which are nmtnr.ble to electric treatment,
but space will not permit.
Dr. (Jreen trrats all cases amenable to
electrical treatment, is a graduate and ex
perienced practitioner of medicine, has the
bst of references, and will chaise noth
Iri? for consulation.
Those w ho cannot call should write for
the busiest days on record.
the reasons for our wonderful
world over 5.00;
Cur price Only $3.00.
anil P. COl'S FINE SHOES.
Choice assortment of the most carefully selected pat
terns in the highest grade of the leading manufacturers,
both domestic and foreign. Beautiful effects in combination
of colors with the shades which will be fashionable in the x
coming season, including
mm, moss, mwi m. absinthe m resida
Experience, good judgment and a perfect kuowledge
of the requirements for high class furnishing, have procured
a line of goods which for richness in effect, beauty and va
riety of design and exquisite Wending of color have never
riohair. Chenille, Wilton, Axminster, and
Smyrna, in every size latest and most desired effects in
strictly first-class goods. Imported Silk and riohair
with Plain Centers and Fancy Borders, a perfect an J
complete liue. An inspection of our stock will repay you.
. 0. KERR, Ml
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
LISTING A3 PUPiNG MA0H!NERY.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
Capital, - - $200,000
Surplus, - - 300,000
Undivided Profits, 64,000
Special attention given to Business and Personal
3 Interest Paid on Interest Deposits.
X. L. Steel,
Toe and Side Weight
NEVERSLIP CALKS, BLACKSMITH AND
for csle by JOHN H. PHELFS,
Spruce Street, Scranton, Pa.
I ! PLAYED 00f
tainly i!ocsn.'t apply to the clo'.hing we sell, ecan lit you and
your luiv out just as siylihlv as the tr.ctchnut iailor, jiikI Ui2
cost will he iilimit half. It is worth your while to look into the
merits of this clothing store. You can't make a mistake here.
In any event, we agree to give you perfect satisfaction
"i. U tX-ytnS Ii Hj Gil
Lii wr x . . s
V-' '- . U
fer to buy on otir instalment
plan. It costs t!i:m no n;nre tli.in the cash stores risk, anil the
lit.le amounts tli.-y pay its each month are harJIy missed. Yott
ni;! have an iilea that our prices are raised in order to make
fs s;:L' in aellins on credit, lint the tollowiiii list on, lit to con
vi see yon tt the c iiir.iry. Ccinpare this lit of prices with any
oiia-r yen can find in Scranton.
G00J Ali Wool Cheviot, t'iis'nii-rcs ami Worsteds
nml ITnlinislii-il Wwsie'.ts
IVjU-t All Wcol Cheviot, ('iissimeieH titid Wor.-teds
ami I nfiiiHlieil Woistcds
I'rst All Wo-d Cheviot, C'tisHiiueres ami Worsteils
nml l.'iilitiislii'd Wotte(ls..
Good All Wool KotNoy, Jlelton and Chinchilla
t)veii-ii:i'. mid risters
Eotti-r All Woo! Kir-t-y. Moltoti nnd Chinchilla
Ovcivoats nnd I'lsters
lk-st All VoLl Ki-r-cy. Mcltou and Chinchilla
Ovctvoiits uud Ulslera
Qeneral Office: SCRANTON, PA.
ALL SIZES OF
CO,, SElli, PL
When in doubt what to use for
Nervous Debilily, Loss ol I'owcr.
Impotency. Atropnv, Varicocele ai:o
otlxr wcalcnrssis, trom any cause,
use Scxine Fills. Drains checked
anil full vijfor quickly restored.
irn -scel.d. Mloil truubie. reult f-ta!1r.
Mailed forSl.UI;llboxrs$.'i.(XI. With
$.01) orders we Kive a Ruaranlee to
cure or refund the money. Address
PEAL MEDICINE CO., Cleveland, 0.
cor. Wyoming Avenue and
The (1 M bti'alioii about
Ready-Made Clothing not
titling well, is plaied out
It 110 longer applies to the
rinlitlv-itiatle Kind. It cer
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mrt of 11111 trade is with men
who buy on credit. Even
those who liae the money iu
their pockels suuietiuics pre
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