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    THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1896.
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GARBONDALE.
IJleaders will please note that advertise,
menu, order for Job work, and Items for
publication left at the establishment of
Shannon & Co., newsdealers. North Main
street, will receive prompt attention; of
. lice open from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m.
FINE ENTERTAINMENT.
An Evening of Music and Literature
at the Methodist Church.
An audience which filled the lecture
room of the Methodist church enjoyed
the musical and literary entertainment
Riven on Mundav evenlnff under the
management of Mrs. W. G. Scurry and
Hies Olina Herring. Misses Itena Daley
and Olma Herring rendered a piano
duet, followed by a cornet solo by
George Ackennan. played in a very
pli-asing manner. George D. Darte, of
Vilki'S-liarre, favored the audience
with a recitation which was so well
received that he was recalled three
times and rewarded with warm ap
plause. Mrs. Hannah Leonard gave a
solo with her accustomed good taste
and plcasMns voice. Miss Ida Snyder,
with Mrs. Leonard, sang the duet, "Till
We Meet Again." Professor Carl Hess
ler rendered a violin solo from Greig
(a.) "Cradle Song: (b.) "Gypsy Dance."
An amateur orchestra irovo several
Holections, which were highly enjoyed.
The members of the orchestra ure as
follows: Mrs. W. G. Scurry, A. L.
Vandermavk and Jessie Jones, bunjo
Isls: Misses Grace Hathiiwuy and Alice
Hutler, guitar; D. L. Crane and Lyman
Smith, violinists. The proceeds of this
Bueeesslul entertainment were devoted
to the t'und of the Yount' Lady Work
ers. An Instructor for Athletic tilth.
The Carbimdale Athletic club ara
considering the question of securing an
instructor. Since Daley departed the
club has been without an instructor.
At a special meeting of the club to
night the name of .Michael Hreslin will
be considered as their candidate. Ho
lia3 had some ten years experience as
tin instructor in all that relates to ath
letics. He Is recommended by t ..e
Xavler Athletic club, the American
Athletic club and other like organiza
tions. He was also a noted trainer in
the J. J. Corbett School of fhysicul
Culture.
Ccrmnnin's Fair.
The Germanla fair will open this
evening in V. V. Watt's building on
Church street. The following is the
programme to be rendered: "Ideal
March," H. W. Harris), Cramer, Wil
son and Hunt; tenor solo, "Manner of
the Sea," (Elmer Grean). Willie opie;
'"Hastus on Parade," (Henry Mills),
Hunt and .Wilson; "Selection by the
Tom Cat," quartette; Faustina waltz;
Italian waltz; buck dance, Charles Vail;
"Trilby" cornet solo, William Cramer.
Orchestral accompaniment.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Mrs. Juliet A. M. Reynolds, of Ter
race street, was a visitor in Scranton
last week.
Miss Kate Byrnes, of Washington
street, left for New York yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Travis Mutl'l have been
visiting the former's uncle, William
Iiuild, in Peckvllle.
The ladies of the Baptist rhureh will
Serve supper In the chapel this evening.
Cleon Hrijrirsg, of Dkiison Hill, met
with a painiul accident yesterday. A
large pane of glass fell on him, making
a deep stusIi in his thigh.
Mrs. William McLaln, of Lincoln ave
nue, Is suffurins from a severe attack
of neuralgia of the heart anil lungs.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wickwire, who
riave been enjoying the hospitalities of
friends in Honesdale, have returned
home.
Miss Alice Butler was a visitor in
Beranton yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry, of Bel
mont street, are visiting friends in
Lansingliurg. N. Y.
Miss May McDonald, of South Main
street, is entertainlnrr Miss Anna May
Doyle, of Wllkes-Marre.
Mrs. StoutenRer, of Washington
strj'et, was In Scranton yesterday.
Willie Burke, of ArohbaUl, spent
Monday eveninc with Mr. and Mrs.
Mahady.
Dominlck Sanchlneo. who was oper
ated on at the hospital for appendicitis
several weeks ago, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grimier were
Ftomach, sometimes called waterlmisl?,
mill burning pain, distress, nausea,
dyspepsia, are cured by Hood's ffarsa
parilla. This it accomplishes because,
with its wonderful power its a blnoil
pm-ilier. Hood's ur.saparill.i gently
tones anil strengthens the stomach and
digestive organs, invigorates the liver,
create nn appetite, gives refreshing
sleep, and rui.-es the health tone. In
ciiscs oi dyspepsia and indigestion it
Beenis to have a magic touch. "
" For over 12 years I suffered from soar
Stomach
with severe pain across my shoulders,
and great distress. I had violent nausea
which would leave me very weak and
taint, difficult to get my breath. These
spells came oftener and more severe. I
did not receive any lasting benefit from
physicians, but found such happy effects
from a trial of Hood's Snrsaparilla, that I
took several bottles and mean to always
keep it in the bouse. I am now able to
do all my own work, which for six years
I have been unable to do. My husband
and son have also been greatly bene
fited by Hood's Sarsaparilla for pains in
the back, and after the grip. I gladly
recommend this grand blood medicine."
Mrs. Petes Bubbt, Leominster, Mass.
lnldn
Sarsaparilla
Is tlie One True Blood Purifier. All druggists, tl.
mj , , rtMf fl,re R" '-twr Ills and
nOOUS PUIS Bick Headache, ascent.
CARPET:
FOR FALL TRACE.
All the latest, from a 20;
In.
grain to the best Wilton.
Oil Cloths and Linoleums, all
widths and prices.
Window Shades and Curtains,
all the latest novelties.
Funcv Itockiiia Chairs, nnliol.
stcred ill plush, tapestry and hroc
utelle. Also u tins collection of
cobbler seats, and our price ul
ways the lowest.
J. SCOTT US,
' Carpels, Vail Paps and Driperlei
418 UCIUWAIIfU VL
guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Rice, of
Scranton, last week.
M. K. Harnden spent Sunday with
friends In Waverly, N. Y.
The ladles of Trinity church will
serve supper at the rectory from S to
8 o'clock this evening.
Mrs. J. E. Bone and daughter, of
Oneonta, N. Y., have been visiting
friends in town.
Mrs. W. P. Gregory and Mrs. J. P. A.
Tlngley leave to-duy for a trip to New
York City.
Dr. Reed Burns, of Scranton, was In
town yesterday.
Miss Julia Laughlln is visiting friends
in Nuw York.
Dr. and Mrs. C. T. Meaker will en
tertain a number of friends this even
ing at their home on Lincoln avenue.
Archie Turnbull had three fingers of
his right hand crushed yesterday morn
ing by a cellar door falling on it.
Mr. and Mrs. Decker, of Clifford, will
soon move into the house which they
have lately purchased, corner of Spring
and Washington streets.
The dlagra of Wendllng's lecture,
"Unseen localities," which Is to be giv
en Thursday evening, opened yesterday
morning. The lecture will not begin
until S.30, which will give people the
opportunity of attendins their regular
Thursday evening services.
Lucretia Lodge, Daughters of Re
bekah, will hold a basket social at Odd
Fellows hall, South Church street, this
evening.
George Tendleton. who has been vis
iting in Stonington, Conn., has return
ed home.
Mrs. Louis Cardella, of North Main
street, has developed symptoms of ap
pendicitis, and a consultation of phy
sicians was held yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. William Jones, of Vandilng,
spent yesterday with friends In this
city.
THVr LAW HOOK
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men, you'd better consult The Trib
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for this k.nd of work are unsur
passed in Northeastern Pennsylva-
I
l nia. Let us submit estimates.
AVOCA.
Horoee Frederic! will leave In a few
days to reside in Heading.
Mrs. J. Curran and son, William, at
tended the funeral of Cella Boyle at
Scranton yesterday.
John, the 3-year-old son of Mrs. Edith
Lampman, was seriously injured on
Monday afternoon by falling into a pail
of boiling water.
On Monday evening thieves broke
Into J. F. Scott's barber shop and suc
ceeded in carrying olT several razors
strops and brushes. The raiders have
not yet been caught.
The contract of furnishing fuel for
the borounrh schools has been awarded
to John Doran. of the West Side.
Kev. N. G. Parke will occupy the pul
pit of the Langcllffe church on next
Sunday.
Miss Ella TI,tuo, a nurse In the Lacl;-
awnnna hospital at Scranton. spent
yesterday with her parents on the est
Side.
Kev. P. J. Golden, of Williamsport,
was a visitor In town yesterday.
The death of Patrick Doherty oc
curred yesterday afternoon after a
lingering illness. Deceased was about
CO years old and Is survived by a wife
and nine children. Funeral will take
place on Thursday afternoon. Inter
ment will be made in St. Mary's ceme
tery. Mrs. Edith Anderson, of Green Ridge,
spent yesterday with Mrs. Mark Bus
ley. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Simons, of
Wilkes-Ilarre, have returned home af
ter a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Clark.
About twenty-seven members of the
Sons of St. George of this place at
tended a banquet nt Wyoming on Mon
day evening. They were guests of the
Wyoming lodge.
The Columbia orchestra will conduct
a social in Herbert's hall this evening.
The leap year dance given by the
ladies of the town tomorrow evening
promises to be one of the most brilliant
events of the season. Supper will 'be
served by Mrs. M. A. Golden.
JKU.MYN.
The primary class of the Congrega
tional Sunday school will give an en
tertainment on next Friday evening,
and a supper will be served by the
young ladles of the Sunday school at
the close of the entertainment. For
supper and entertainment the fee Is 10
cents. The programme: Song, "Tick,
Tock," three tiny tots: recitation. "The
Japanese Doll," Cora Jones; recitation,
"My Dolly," Maggie Lewis; dialogue,
"Grandma and Grandpa." Bobble Sur
dlval and Maud Grilliths: recitation.
Hobble Mittens," George hums: reci
tation, Ethel Yates; recitation. Mary
and Dinah O'Mcrret; song, "Mother, I
Am Dying," May Saylo; recitation.
Dolly s Bedtime, Lizzie Hadley; dia
logue, "Saptain and Soldiers," live lit
tle boys; song, May Surdivnl; recita
tion, "Days of the Week." Gertie Wlv-
ole; recitation, Lottie Lewis; song, "The
Kobins," tiny tots; recitation, "The
Market Woman," Bessie Jones; recita
tion, "Dolly's Lesson," Cora Yates;
recitation, "Japanese Maids," Bessie
Jones, May Solgle and Cora Grilliths;
recitation, Washing, Alice Jones;
"Plumber Song," three little girls; reci
tation, "Polly's Vaccination," Annie
Evans; recitation, "Mamma's Helper,"
Mary A. Hill; recitation. "Bessie's
Troubles," It. Yendle; dialogue, Mary
and Annie Evans; song, three little
girls: recitation, "Trials," Lizzize
Lewis.
Something new for the Jprmynitc3
at the Primitive Methodist church to
night. A faggot supper will be held
by the Ladies' Aid society for the bene
fit of the church. Ail nre Invited.
Henry Hadley, of Mayfield, mndo a
business trip to Scranton yesterday.
TAYI.OU.
This evening the fair of the Taylor
band will commence. The committee
which has had charge of the affair have
labored hard and earnestly to make it
a BUecess, of which It surely will be.
The rink Is tastefully decorated In nil
colors, and there are many brnutitul
and costly articles to be chanced off
during the fair. It is hoped that all
will respond freely and help the cause
along, for a more gallant lot of band
men are not to be found. The Union
band will open up the fair this evening
and on 'Saturday evening we will have
the pleasure of hearing the great Bau
er's, of Scranton, ull for the admission
of ten cents; and besides a barrel of
(lour will be given as a donr prize each
evening to the holder of the lucky ad
mission tieket.
TIip children's rho'v of the Calvary
Baptist church will have a rehearsal
this evening at the church. All mem
bers are requested to be present, and
also those who wish to Join.
Attention of the Traction company
has been called to the condition of the
road of which they agreed to repair,
and yesterday the borough oifielals
made them toe the mark by stopping
the cars from running through the bor
ough. The Independent Social club con
ducted a largely attended social at
Weber's rink on Monday evening.
The Taylor band paraded the princi
pal streets of this place nnd Mlnooka
on Monday evening ndvertialng their
fair, which will be opened this evening
ut Weber's rink.
WAVEKLY.
Mrs. N. C. Mackey, wife of Representative-elect
Dr. Nathan C. Mackey,
and son Rorrer, have returned from
a visit with relatives at Camptown.
Our burgess, Ed. J. Stone, has been
awarded a silver medal as a reward of
i
HATS
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We can't sell all the hats worn in Scranton, but we come so near doing it that
you'd think ours the only millinery store in town. It is the only real millinery store,
W e buy more and sell more Millinery Goods, Trimmed Hats and Bonnets than all the
other stores combined. That's one of the reasons we can, and do sell cheaper at retail
than other stores can buy at wholesale.
There's no reason for not being suited in a hat here; you have an immense assort
ment of the very latest styles to select from. The prices are about half what other stores
ask. Our trimmers are the best money can procure; every one an artist, and
YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY BACK
if what you bny doesn't suit you.
Special
Handsomer, Richer,
Prc-tUcr Kats
at half the price of any other store
in this city.
2;) Trimmed Velvet Hats
every one a beauty, trimmed with
from 4 to 0 ostrich plumes, Rib
bon, ornaments and aigrettes
could not be purchased elsewhere
under $0.00. Our price
$2.98
200 Trimmed Felt Hats
trimmed in the very latest style;
nil finest materia!! ; could not lie
duplicated anywhere under 11.00.
Our price
.98
HOO Imported Models fine silk vel
vet hats, everyone a gem of the mil
liners' skill, not one of which could
be purchased elsewhere less thun
$10.00 to JIS.OO. Our price
$4.98
Hundreds of Children's Hats, all
the latest and best styles.
'.)sc $1.25 and $1.50
413
LACKAWANNA AVE.,
SCRANTON.
genius by John Wedderburn company
Miss Kuth Perry is visited friends at
Scranton.
of Wns-'hington. D. C, for the invention
of his anti-Rattler and Thill coupler for
wagons and buggies.
(Jeorge Clifford, who has been ill, Is
convalescing.
Since election real estate here Is look
ing up.' Several parties from Scranton
have made bids for eligible sites for
building purposes.
James F. Lawrence, of Holllsterville,
Wayne county, ppent Saturday anil
Sunday wilh his former comrade. Cap
tain Oeorge F. Warner. Hoth had
served in Compnny fl. Kighth Ullonois
cavalry, and had not seen one another
for thirty years. Saturday evening
Comarado Lawrence was initiated a
member of George Fell Post, No. 307,
O. A. It.
M. W. Miss, who had been a promin
ent merchant here, has removed with
his family to Factoryville, where he
has entered in business.
Rev. A. S. I'.rown. of Norwich, Con.,
accompanied by Frank Rose, also of
Norwich, Conn., a singer of nntional re
nown, are conducting very successful
revival meetings nightly at the Haptlst
church.
Rev. John Cnvannugh, of the Free
Methodist church, has a novel way of
bringing sinners and recreant church
goers to his church. He takes his
stand opposite the Waverly house and
then blows his bugle which draws a
crowd. He then says a prayer and
sings several hymns, nnd after ad
dressing his congregation for n few
minutes, invites them to his church.
FOREST CITY.
K. V. Williams nnd wife, of Rech
land, N. J., nre visiting their daughter,
Mrs. J. I). Morgan.
An alarm of lire brought the flee
companies out aain on Monday even
ing. The fire was in Vanillins;. The
small ear repair shop at the I). Si 11.
colliery In some mnnner caught fire.
The services of our firemen were not
needed, as the fire wns easily extin
guished by the Vandling hose com
pany. On Monday evening the miners who
went to New York Inst month and took
part In the parade met at the parlors
nf the Hillside fire department. Mr.
W. W. InUs, of Scranton, was also
present. The object nf th" meeting wan
n very unique one. The men were un
der his care during their lessons in
drilling nnd while they were on parade
in the city. The efficient manner in
which Mr. Inglis trained them and
handled them while on parade made
such nn Impression on their minds that
they decided to make him a present of
something which would be useful to
him In future. A purchasing commit
tee was chosen and a handsome rocker
made of Hungarian manic, with a
leather finish, was selected. The chair
was presented to Mr. Inglis in behalf
of the men by Mr. M. I). Evans, who
made a very nent nnd effective speech,
to which Mr. Inglis responded with
much feuiins'. Several short npcenes
were made by those present, all of
whom Epoke In the highest possible
language of Mr. Inglis' abilities in the
military line.
James Canavan, employed as a driv
er in the H. & H. mines, received ser
ious Injuries while at work on Tuesday
rooming. He was squeezed between
mine cars.
HOXKSDALK.
F. S. rtcnedict. of C'reen Ridge, was a
Visitor here on Mnndus.
Miss Kdith Decker is spending a week
with Scranton and Clark's Green
friends. .
The Metropolitan Insurance company
have abandoned their Honesdale olflce.
Fred Whitney, of the Honesdale Na
tional bank, is on a vacation in New
York state for the benefit of his health.
The annua! ball nnd supper of the
Red Men will take place on Thanksgiv
ing evening in the nrmory.
The High School and Peeleyvlile
teams will play a game of foot ball
on the silk mill grounds next Saturday.
The free reading room in the Presby
terian chapfl Is open from 2 to 10 p. in,
The tables are supplied with an abund
ance of reading matter to the use of
which all ?re welcome.
Wesley C.ardner. Klrk Rose. Dr. Pow
ell. Fred Starbuck, Mart Kimble and
H. T. Menner were among a party of
TRIMMED
mm mt k
MILLIMERY,
LACKAWANNA AVENUI
'Bargains This Week:
I'ntiimmed Felt Hats
All the latest shapes in English
Wool Felt Hats. Elsewhere 50c.;
here at
29c
All the latest Bhares In Camel's
Hair and velvet bound Felt Hats.
Elsewhere 75c; here at
39c
Fine French Fur Felt Hats, in
new Shanes; sold elsewhere at
$1.50, here at
75c
Some new shapes, exclusive
styles, not to bo found In any
other store, worth J2.00; here at..
98c
Trimmed Walking Hats
and Sailors, sold resularly at $1.25
and $1.50, here at
48c
Children's Felt Tains
newest shapes, every color, finest
quality; worm i.ou, nere at.
50c
Ribbons
The greatest sale of Ribbons we
have ever had. 5.000 yards change
able Taffeta Ribbon in all the
Mrs. E. A. Searle, mother of Attor
ney Searle, will spend the winter In
California.
hunters who returned from Pike coun
ty yesterday with three deer as a re
sult" of their sport.
The Bhlrt factory of John Woodln
will now be known as the Honesdale
Shirt company. William Smith, of See
leyvllle, and others have associated
themselves with Mr. Woodln. E. T.
Craven, of Scranton, is manager. For
ty workmen are now employed and
more are to be added.
MOOSIC.
The Ladles Aid society of the Meth
odist Episcopal church will have a tur
key supper and dinner on Thanksgiv
ing Day. All are cordially invited to
attend.
S. V. Corby spent Sunday among
friends In Mill City, Wyoming county.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Foulks have re
turned from a visit among friends in
the western part of the state.
John liirmingham, of Oak Hill, Is
rapidly getting better. Dr. 8. S. W'at
son is the attending physician.
CASTORIA
For Infants and Children.
ten
viaifir.
liputun
a
ON THE LINE OF THE
udi run R'Y
are located the finest Ashing and hunting
grounds In the world. Descriptive booiu
on application. Tickets to all points in
llaine, Canada and. Maritime Provinces,
Minneapolis'.. 3t. Paul, Canadian and
t'nlted Slates Northwent. Vanvouver,
Seattle, Tacoraa, Portland, Ore., San
Francisco.
First-Class Sleeping and Dining Cars
attached to all thi-ought trains. Tourist
cars fully fitted with bedding, curtains
and specially adapted to wants of familios
may bo had with second-class tickets.
Rates always less than via other lines.
For further Information, time tables, etc,
on application to
E. V. SKINNER, Q. E. Art
353 Broadway , New York.
THE IDEAL AMERICAN TRIP
NORTHERN .STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The huiiruly Appointed and Commodiom
I Stemunliipi
NORTHWEST AND NORTHLAND,
Americfcti through uitdlhrungh.
leave linlliilo 'I ii' wiav mid Friday 9-Jo p.m.
for Cleveland, Detroit, Mackinac, The Soo,
Duluth, mid Wttcrn Points, pnsalnif all
plucea of Intel ot by uayllkbt In connoctloa
" THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY,
it forirm thu moot direct route, unci from ev
rry point of ci nij arison. the most delightful
anil coinfnrtal )e one to M lnn-ii polls. St. Paul.
Ureat fall, Helena, toll-.-. Miolcane aud Pa
tifli: coaat. The otlr tracM-entinautal. ine
running tit laraoca buffet, library, observe
tiou car.
Y- U7 hour train for Portland via Hpokana.
HOTEL LAPAVETTE. Lake Mlnnetonka,
16 miles from M tinfupollf, largest and must
leantinl resort in the west.
1 icketaand niiy information of nnr agent or
A. A. 11I.AUL, (Jeuerul l'asaeuucr atfeut,
Buffalo, N. Y.
POULTRY
Turkeys, Ducks, Chickens,
'Fresh Every Day.
ALSCL
Pheasants,
Quail,
Prairie Chickens,
Wild Ducks,
1 1 PHSfJfflllt ill
FREE.
newest effects. No. 0 worth 35c.
a yard, here at
17c
5,000 yards new plaid Ribbon in
all the latest combinations. Pure
silk, best quality. No. 60, worth
38c, here at
19c yd
6,000 yards, all silk satin Rib
bon in every color, No. 60. The
greatest bargain ever offered.
Worth C0c, here at
19c yd
6,000 wards black figured Rib
bon, all silk, the best quality No.
60; worth 50c., here at
19c yd
Feathers and Flowers
Rich Black Ostrich Plumes,
worth 35c, here at .'
19c
Rich Rlack Ostrich Plumes,
worth 50c, here at
25c
Finest black and colored Os
trich Plumes, worth $1.00, here at
48c
Richest Ostrich Plumes, very
large and full, worth $1.50, here at
75c
413
LACKAWANNA AVE.,
SCRANTON.
This
Is a Free
Country
It is your privilege to wear ready
made clothing if you wish to, but
don't you know that we make
Suits and
Overcoats for
$15
that you can't match in ready
mades for that price. All gtades
of goods proportionately low.
The riost Complete Tailoring Establishment
In Scranton.
Wl DAVI ' Wyoming Avt.
l. UrWlO, Arcade Building.
GREAT SLUMP
IN
III IB
He been predicted all through the
season Just past. THIS IS THE WAV
' HL'MBERS HAVE BEEN REDUCED.
96 Price. '07 Price.
Roadster, $110.00 $115.00
Tourist, 112.50 117.59
HyKumber, 117.50 122.50
Uet, 125.00 150.00
Prices seem high, hut then you
know it's IIUMBElt QUALITY.
CHASE & FARRAR
515 Linden Street.
THE
MOOSIC POWDER CO.,
6Q0MS I &HD 2, COM'LTH I'L'VB,
SCRANTON, PA.
MINING AND BLASTING
POWDER
MADE AT MOOSIC AMD RUeTS
DAUB WOfUUL
LAPUN RAND POWDER MVS
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Batteries, Kleetrie Exploders, for el
plodluff blasts, Safety Fuse, and
Repaono Chemical Co.'s EXpKXi
WE WANT YOU.
To examine this line of Lace Curtains, compare
prices and you will admit they are the best val
ues ever offered in Scranton.
IRISH
20 PAIR AT $1.50
10 PAIR AT 2.00
10 PAIR AT 2.50
DOWN PILLOWS.
All Sizes. Best Grade Only.
TABLE COVERS.
Velour, Satin Derby, Tapestry and Chenille. All sizes.
RUG DEPARTMENT.
100 Smyrna Rugs, 30 inch by 60 inch, 01 Cfl
50 Axminster Rugs, 27 inch by 54 inch, uliUUi
50 Velvet Rugs, 27 In. by 54 in... $1.25
S. 6. KERMON & CO.,
CARPETS AND DRAPERIES.
.w";.:' 408 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
BRANCH AT CARBONDALE.
ELECTRICITY IS KING.
-I
607, 603 AND 609
Corner Washington Avenue and
Th lnte ROBERT BARTHOLOW PRO
FK930R Of MATERIA MEDICA. OKN
UK A I. THERAPEUTIC and HYGIENE
ef .1ETKRSON MEDICAL. C01.L.EOK
of rhllftdnlphla. aalil In h!n Inst work on
medlcnl elentrlnlty i "The time la not fur
off when electricity for medical uae will
take the place ef many druga with tho
name rihenomenal aucreaa that ha marked
the nroo-re!! ef thla aclence In the movlnn
f cars lle.htln of streets and houaea and
for cen'eral motive power." It was In 1790
that GAT.VANl dlacovered tho action
nf enlvantsm on the nerves by experiment
In" on a frog. For 106 years galvanism has
continued to grow In prominence as a euro
trKTefTe'RETHnnOTTr!HtT TTN-DER-BTfiOD
that r. Oreen Is a graduate in
medicine and fcharmacy. he has prescribed
for thousar.dsW patients who have never
had an applicMlr-n of electricity, hut ex
perience nnd jltndy has convinced him, as
It has Martom Uockwoll. Massey and oth
ers of prominence that electricity Is the
K1N OF MEDlCAt, REMEDIES. Boar
In mind that proper electrical treatment,
with first-class appliances, Is NOT PAIN
FtTL. If you wish tn Vnow tho result of Dr.
Green's treatment for Rl.hmimatlsm wrlto
to E. E. Ilostlck. 2047 East Cumberland
street. I'hllnilolphla, Pa., or care Seabury
& Johnson,' New York,
Dp. Green's Elecfro-Therapetitic Institute,
607, 601 and 609 Mears Building, Scranton, Pa.
Elevator Day and Night Open from o a. n. to ta n. I p. n. tog p. as.; 7.30p.m. too p.m.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
OF SCRANTON.
' Special Attention Given to Business and Per
sonal Accounts.
Liberal Accommodations Extended According
to Balances and Responsibility.
395 Interest Allowed on Interest Deposits.
aimminmmiiiesnt
WHEN IT GROWS
Colder you'll wish you had your heating stove.
Have you seen "The Economy's" assortment. We
only sell the kind that heat only the best
makes. Our "BONNIE SUNSHINE" is worth
your seeing. Prices range from $13.00 to $35.00 pay
for it as you can it's an easy way. We mean
EQUITABLE
CREDIT SYSTEM."
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Extension
TW: on its "last Ws" is a nuisance. Get rid of
the nuisance. We sell until SATURDAY, NOV. 21, a
6-feet long Extension Table, Antique Oak Finish, at
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MEARS BUILDING
Spruce Street, Scranton, Penna.
The best of references, no oharx. for con
sulfation, an Institute equipped with the
latest achievements of Morton, Edison,
Ranney, Rockwell, McBride, Mcintosh
and others. Electro Static Machines, Gal
vanic, Fnradic, Sinusoidal (Magnetic),
Galvano Vauterles, and electrodes of ev
ery description.
We have the finest X-Kay apparatus
made.
With electricity as a basis of treatment
we are successful In cas-e of Rheumatism
flout. Paralysis, Ectema. Tumors, Sklr
Troubles, Indlarestlon, Dyspepsia, the
Wasting of Muscles, Poor Circulation, and
all Nervous Diseases for which electricity
Is doing so much of late.
The blood clot causing Apoplexy and
Paralysis can be dissolved and carried
awny by proper application of Colvaaism
and Faradlsm.
Cures of Catarrh are being made by th.
Inhalation of ozone from th Electro-atatlo
machine.
We might mention humlreds of trouble,
which are amenable to electric treatment,
but space will not permit.
Dr. Green treats all cases amenable to
electrical treatment. Is a graduate and ex
perienced practitioner of medicine, has tha
best of references, and will charge noth
ing for consulation.
Those who cannot call should wrlto for
Information. .
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