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. THE. SCBANTON" TRIlJUNB-SATCBDAY MdBNINGr.r DECEMBER 19, 1 896.
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few days. Price 25c.
Munyon's Dyspepsia Cure is guaranteed
to cure all forms of Indigestion and stom
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Munyon's Liver Cure corrects headache
biliousness, jaundice, constipation and all
liver diseases. Price 25c.
Munyon's Kidney Cure speedily cures
pains In the back, loins or groins, all forms
of kidney disease. Price 25c.
Munyon's Blood, Cure eradicates all Im
purities of the blood. Price 25c.
Munyon's Pile Ointment positively cures
oil forms of plies. Price 25c.
Munyon's Asthma Herbs are guaranteed
to relieve asthma In two minutes. Price
Munyon's Cold Cure prevents pneumonia
and breaks up cold In a few hours. Price
Miinvon's Poneh Cure stotn rouch. nlKht
sweats, allays soreness and speedily heals
the lung. Price 25c.
Munyon's Nerve Cure restores over
worked and overstrained nerves to a
healthy condition. Price 2oc.
Munyon's Headache Cure stops head
ache In three minutes. Price 25c.
Munyon's Vitalise imparts new life, re
stores lost powers to weak and debilitated
men. Price fl.OQ,
A separate cure for each disease. At all
druggists, mostly 25 cents a vial.
Personal letters to Professor Munyon,
15U5 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa., an
swered with free medical advice for any
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Recitations and Singing by Pupils of
Miss Stephen's School.
Appropriate Christmas exercises were
given -yesterday afternoon, when MiKS
Anna Stephens' school closed for the
The following programme was ren
dered: Chorus. "Chime the Bells;"
recitation, Flossie Capwell; recitation,
Churles KUleen; recitation, Pearl
Lamoreaux; solo, Mary Hanson: chor
us, "King the Rells;" dialogue, "Christ
mas Plans," Edgar Lathrop, Lois Dim
ock and Maud Moyles; recitation, Isa
' belle McMyne; recitation, Joe Farrel;
recitation, Etta Linnen; recitation,
Harold Case; chorus, "Christmas Star;"
Christmas, Florence Penwarden, Ruth
Scocker, Hazel Wilson, Mary Moffltt,
Arthur Vail, Kdward Wade. Raymond
Whiting, Frank Smith. Frank Culwell;
recitation. Hazel Wilson; recitation.
Van Allen Histed; recitation,, Ruth
Bell; dialogue, "One Way to Spend
Christmas," Rosella Fay. Kdna Evans,
Nina Smith, Charles Kafka; recitation,
Rosella Fay; chorus, "Hang Up the
Injured by a Rroken Hammer.
While R. H. Boyle was at work with
a sledge hammer, suddenly the handle
broke and a splinter, some three Inches
long, penetrated the palm of his hand.
The wound was very painful and Dr.
Thompson was called to dress the la
cerated hand. The accident Is quite
serious and may keep him, for some
time from his work.
Funeral of Philip Mang.
A large number of friends and ac
quaintances were present at the sol
emn requiem mass yesterday morning,
when the remains of. Philip Mang were
borne from St Rose church to the
cemetery after the Impressive ser
Funeral of Frank Tappnn.
Impressive services were held on
Thursday afternoon at Trinity church
when the remains of the late Frank
Tappan were laid at rest In Brookside
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Mrs. Margaret Joyce, of East Strouds
burg State Normal school, is spending
her vacation with her parents. 1
Miss Marna Reynolds and J. William
Rubers, who have been the guests of
Mrs. N. E. Rice, of Scranton, have re
Misses Mary J. McLean. Jennie Kear
ney and Joanna Murphy, who are stud
ents at the Stroudsburg- State Normal
school, are home for the holidays.
Morris and Ethel Altken are home
for their Christmas vacation.
John Scott, who was Injured by a
preomature blast In the Wilson Creek
mine last Friday, was able to be out
Mrs. Alfred Bentley, of Hospital
street, has been called to Altoona by
the death of her father.
Miss Ellen Reed Mead and Miss Anna
Tuson were visitors in Archbald yes
terday. Arthur and Edna Stoddard entertain
ed a number of their friends at their
home on Blrkett street Thursday eve
ning. Miss Mamie Byrne and Willie Coner
ton, of this city, spent Thursday eve
ning with friends in Forest city.
' The Ladles' Auxiliary of the Brother
hood of Railroad Trainmen will hold a
hop and social In the W. W, Watt's
building New Tear's eve.
B. F. StouUnger, formerly foreman In
the round house at Mayfield, but now
living in Syracuse. N. V Is visiting his
son, General Foreman Stoutenger.
Mrs. Margaret Kirk and daughter.
Margaret, attended the wedding of
Miss Anna Brown and Ahmed Wilson
In Mooslc this week.
Misses Lillian Baker and Frances
Daley attended the closing exercises of
the Archbald kindergarten yesterday.
Albert Rutherford Is home from
munwwn, r. at., io spend nis Christ
Mrs. William Hubbard and Miss
Ornmer were visitors in Scranton yes
terday. Mrs. Mary I Crane, who has been the
guests of friends In Montclair, New
Jersey, for the past two weeks, has re
Miss Marlon Crane, who has been at
tending an art school in New York city,
is home for her Christmas vacation.
; Rocking Chairs, Centre Tables,
Stands, Screens, Pictures, Has
socks, Carpet Sweepers, Rugs and
Mats, and the largest and finest
assortment of Carpets In the city.
PRICES always the lowest.
Ctrpttt, fall Papers and Draperies,
v 419 UCK1 AVENUE.
The empioyes of the Forest Coal
company and the New York and Scran
ton Coal company were paid yester-
dMr. and Mrs. Frank I Taylor and
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O. Bell attended
the Masonic banquet at Olyphant last
The Methodist Episcopal Sunday
school will have their Christmas exer
cises next Thursday evening.
Some unknown parties entered the
premises of Thomas McQlnnes on the
back road and stole nineteen chickens,
twelve geese, and some ducks a few
Mrs. Jennie Frear Is visiting with her
daughter. Mrs. Hayh, at Mayfield.
The officers ejected at the Epworth
League meeting last Tuesday evening
are as follows: President, Herbert
Frear; first vice president , Walter
Williams; second vice president, Mrs.
Wra. Johns; third vice president. Miss
Nellie Peck; fourth vice president, Miss
Sophie Simpklns; secretary, Gaylord
Keller: corresponding secretary, Miss
Blanche Taylor: organist. Miss Maud
Treverton; assist. Miss Grace Taylor.
The assesor of the First ward has
completed his assessments and finds
that there are three hundred and one
voters In the First ward.
What's the matter with our local
Board of Health? They are all right.
In fact Blakely borough never had bet
ter health officials. Every well-informed
citizen knows this. Grumblers have
existed since the formation of the
world; but, like mosquitoes they are
among the things that must be endured.
Services as usual in the M. E. church
tomorrow. Preaching at 10:30 a, m. and
7 p. m. by the pastor. Rev. 8. C. Simp
kins. Theme for morning, "A Cry from
the Depths." Evening, second sermon
to young men, theme, "The Seeking
Shepherd." Sunday school at 2:30. Ep
worth League at 6 p. m. A cordial
welcome to all.
The epidemic of diphtheria seems
to be subsiding. One new case only
has been reported this week. All pla
cards of bad diseases have been re
moved from all the houses in the First
and Third Wards.
The employes of most all the differ
ent colterles here will receive their
Miss Content Lutz and Oscar Miller
will be Joined In holy matrimony at the
home of the bride's brother at the West
End, next Thursday evening.
Peter Rape, an old resident of Jessup.
died at his home last Thursday night.
The funeral will be hold tomorrow (Sun
In the Olyphant Catholic cemetery.
Miss Ithoda S. Jenkins will entertain
a number of her little friends this after
noon from two to five, in honor of her
Miss Katie Jones left yesterday to
spend Christmas with her parents at
Floyd Keller, of Stroudsburg State
Normal school, is home spending his
Dame rumor has It that J. A. Kay
will open up the store recently oc
cupied by Chapman & Boughton In a
Professor F. C. Hanyen and family
are visiting the professor's parents at
Rutland, Tioga county.
Mrs. Mahoney is very ill at the home
of her son, Councilman Andrew Ma
honey. The members of the African Method
ist Episcopal church will entertain the
public with oysters In every style this
afternoon and evening at the band
Tobias Plough, of Vestal, N. Y.,
leaves today for New York city to
visit a son, after having enjoyed a
pleasant visit with his daughter, Mrs.
F. H. Parson, at the Methodist Epis
The Epworth league of the Methodist
Episcopal church elected the following
officers: President, Julius Sherman;
first vice-president, Sterling Bedford;
second vice-president, Mrs, John Mer
shon; third vice-president, Mrs. C. E.
Mahoney; fourth vice-president, Mrs.
Pardon Stone; secretary, N. D. Smltn;
organist. Dexter Sinsabaugh.
William D. Spencer, as administra
tor of the late Pardon Covey's estate,
will hold a sale of all lose property
next Wednesday, Dec. 23.
The Methodist Episcopal Sunday
school elected the following officers to
serve for the ensuing year: A. B.
Cowles, superintendent; Mrs. John Mil
roy, assistant superintendent; librar
ian, John Weir; organist, Miss Cora
At the election of officers of the Bap
tist Young People's union of the Bap
tist church, the following were elected:
President, William G. Challls; vice
president, Albert Johnson; secretary,
E. G. Trlmbyj treasurer, George B.
Rev. A. Bergen Browe will preach at
the Baptist church tomorrow at 10.30
a. m. and 7.30 p. m.
Among the new students of the win
ter term were William T. Clark, Ly
sander, N. Y.; S. M. Edson, Skanerta
lis, N. Y.; H. H. Gamer, BInghamton,
N. Y.j L. R. Holcum, Askam, Pa.; John
E. Furgerson, Shaver Town, Pa., and
Horace L. Rouse, Weatherly, Pa.
Miss Luella Frace, of Clark's Sum
mit, spent Sunday with her sister.
Miss Lizzie, of the seminary.
The holiday recess will begin next
A number of new students were re
ceived into the college of business at
the beginning of the winter term.
The Junior work will be changed this
term, and will be under the direction
of Miss Lamprell, of the elocution de
partment. News of the death of Harry Von
Krug. of Princeton university, was re
ceived with sorrow here. Mr. Von
Krug was the son of Rev. Von Krug,
of- this place, and also a former stu
dent in the seminary.
The Amphictyon banquet will occur
Wednesday evening, Dec. 23. The so
ciety has been making extensive prepa
rations for this. A number of the
alumni will be present, and a pleas
ant evening Is expected by all.
Fred Sampson, of -Tunkhannock
called on his brother, William, at the
seminary one day last week.
The Adelphlan society will visit the
Amphlctyons next Saturday evening. '
TO WAN DA.
The annual meeting of the teachers'
Institute Is in session, and Is attended
by 4:13 out of 477 teachers. The ses
sions' programme Is in charge of ex
Superlntendent Ryan, owing to the Ill
ness of Superintendent H. S. Putnam.
Many of the college students are
home for the holiday vacation.
George K. Woodruff, agent for the
Fountain Pen company. Is home for a
short vacation visiting his family.
The roof 'and dome are now being
added to our new court house.
Towanada can now boast of having
one of the best electrical window dis
plays that has ever been exhibited
here. The prize Is due W. H. Danner,
senior member of our confectionery
firm, Danner & Brennan.
W. H. Cogswell, landlord of'the Table
Rock house, at Skinner's Eddy, was
visiting friends here the first of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. Morgan Brown were
up from Wyalusing on Tuesday shop-
Jonh Hebrond, ar 19 years, died
at his late home on Lincoln street
yesterday at 11 a. m. Mr. Hebrond was
a man of quiet and steady habits, and
leaves a large circle of friends, who
regret his early departure from this
The grand fair and festival of Eagle
Hose company No. 1 opened last even
ing In Smith's halt. The many admir
ers of our plucky fire laddies were out
In full force and showed themselves
not only willing but anxious to help the
Yesterday morning' at 9.30 occurred
the sale of the personal property of
C. L. Bell. Both Deputy Sheriffs Ry
an and Ferber were In attendance,
The following articles were sold: Con
tents of main room and fire room were
sold ,to Roscoe Dale, attorney, for $960;
nalnts in office room. 180: to Charles
Schlager; hardware in office, $10, to
Charles Schlager; . office furniture,
$98.60, to 8. C. Whitmore; contents of
shed adjoining mill, $825, to Attorney
Dale; 2 barrels oil and empty barrels,
$14. to Charles Schlager: contents of
cellar. $5, to Charles Schlager; lumber
in barn, $o65, to Attorney Dale; shin
gles in yard, $180, to Charles schlager;
lime In yard, $17, to Charles Schlager;
flag stone, $65, to Charles Schlager:
sand, $3.50, to C. D. Winters; lumber
in yard, $1,750, to 8. C. Whitmore; Mr.
Bell's interest In washery and all per
taining to It, for $1,100, to Charles
Schlager, afterward transferred to J.
L. Crawford; one car lumber, $7, to C.
E. Wells; one horse, $32, Mason &
Snowden; one horse, $5, Attorney Pat
terson; one horse, $36, Attorney Pat
terson; one horse, $66, Attorney Pat
terson; one wagon, $21, to C. D. Win
ters; one surrey, $41, to J. D. Stocker;
one buggy, $26, J. L. Crawford; con
tents of wagon room, $26. to C. D.
Winters; one cutter, $6, to' Thomas
Rich; heavy harnesses, $22, to S. C.
Whitmore; oats, feed and hay, $10.50,
to William H. Merrltt; wagon, $10.50,
to L. Kcllar. The household goods of
his residence were sold to J. D. Stock
er for $5. Mr. Stocker donated the
same to Mrs. C. L. Bell. The sale real
ized $6,451. - . - -
The drilling contest, to have taken
place Christmas eve, has been declared
off, and Martin Bros., refusing to en
ter, forfeited the money.
Andrew Meehan, Janitor of the Sac
red Heart church, is indisposed at his
home on the East Side. Thomas Tnl
lott. of Mayfield, is attending to Mr.
Daniel Meehan was a caller In Car
bondale last evening.
ITpon testing the cableway at the
powder mill. It was found the towers
were not high enough, as It Interfered
with the wires of the Delaware and
Hudson railroad and New York, On
tario and Western railroad, while the
carriage was moving. The compuny is
in rather a quandary, not knowing how
to remedy it without building new
Misses Beele and Llllle Baker were
In Scranton on Thursday.
Mrs. George McLaughlin and. Mrs.
G. Gebhardt were in Scranton yester
day. Attorney H. D. Carey is in New York
William Rawllng and Walter Baker
spent Thursday evening in Carbondale.
Hogarth's Temperance band Thurs
day evening gave a social In honor of
those who assisted in their recent fair.
Earl Lee was a caller In Scranton
Wednesday evening, while Miss Kate
Carey. Kate Olcott and Isaac Carey
were skating on the Back Waters, the
ice broke and precipitated them Into
the water. Eddie Maynard had Just
got there, when he heard the girls
screaming. He at once seized a long
pole which was lying near the pond,
and by the aid of this, after consider
able breaking of lee, the party suc
ceeded In reaching terra flrma. After
looking at each other they came to
the conclusion that In the pond there
was more mud than water, as they
had a very good supply of dirt from
the neck down. They were also very
profuse in their thanks' to Mr. Mayn
ard. The people of town would like to
know what will become of Theodore
Spettlgue and William Broughal, as
they were In the washery when the
contents were sold yesterday.
Miss Grace Buckingham, of Carbon
dale, called on Myra Hills yesterday.
Thomas Jones and David Jenkins
sang a duet entitled "A Mother's Ap
peal to Her Boy," at E. J. Peters' so
cial at Watt's hall, Carbondale, on
Wednesday evening and w.as, well re
ceived. Minnie, daughter of Burton Parks,
Is confined to her home with diph
theria. Antitoxlne was administered
Misses Grace Buckingham, Ida Car
ter, May Henwood, Hattte Mason,
Frank Jones, Fred. Hubbard, David
Reese, of Carbondale; De Forest Vail,
of Scott, and David Jenkins were en
tertained at the home of Myra Hills,
of Third street, Thursday evening.
All Items for publication, orders for
Job work or advertising space left at
C. E. Holmes' office or lock box No. 34,
will receive prompt attention.
John Bowen, of Bellevue, was circu
lating among friends in Mayfield yes
terday. Mr. and Mrs. John Tighe, of May
field, was In Scranton on .business yes
terday. There are now in the borough of
Mayfield 537 registered voters.
David Menderson, of Mayfield, made
a business trip to Scranton -yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Davles, of
Mayfield, was visiting in Scranton Yes
terday. Miss Mary Prlchard and. Miss- Pen
rose, of Mayfield, were visiting In Car
bondale last evening.
William E. Davles. of Mayfield,
made a business trip to Scrantoh yes
terday. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lewis,
Mousey tribe of Red Men will adopt
two pale faces at their meeting tonight.
This organization Is coming Into promi
nence here and have greatly increased
The Iron grasp of scrofula lias no
mercy upon its victims. This demon
of the blood is often not sntlslled with
causing dreadful sores, but rucks the
body with tlio pains of rlicumutism
until Hood's Saraopnrilla cures.
" Nearly four years ago I became af
flicted with scrofula and rheumatism.
Running sores broke out on my thighs.
Pieces of bone came out and an operation
was contemplated. I had rheumatism in
my legs, drawn up out of shape. I lost ap
petite, could not sleep. I was a perfect
wreck. I continued to grow worse and
Anally gave up the doctor's treatment to
take Hood's Sarsapnrilla. Boon appetite
came back; the sores commenced to heal.
My limbs straightened out nd I threw
away my crutches. I am now stout and
hearty and am farming, whereas four
years ago I was a cripple. I gladly rec
ommend Hood's Sarsaparilla." Ubbabt
Hammond, Table Grove, Illinois. .
lithe One True Blood Purifier, A II druggists. $L
irepareqoniypy u. I. Hood ft Co., witll. Maw
flOOd 8 PillS take, easy to optrata. ssa. I
The absolutely pure
ROYAL -the most celebrated of all
the baking powders in the world cel
ebrated lor its great
leavening strength and
purity.. It makes your
cakes,' biscuit, ', bread,
etc., healthful, it assures
you against alum and all
forms of adulteration
that go with the cheap
in finance as well as membership. One
of Its most ardent and efficient work
ers Is W. J. Toman, and to him, with
others. Is attributed the success whtch
has attended Monsey tribe.
A delighted crowd left the Methodist
Episcopal church last night after they
had enjoyed an excellent literary and
musical programme given by Miss
Carolyne V. Dorsey and her pupils. The
exercises were varied, and In each par
ticipant merit was shown. Miss Dor
sey herself took part and also directed
the entertainment. Her elocutionary
talents were demonstrated In the most
pleasing selections. The others who
participated In tne evening's pro
gramme were Misses Rose Thorpe,
Ellzubeth Kllham. Evangeline Dorsey,
and selections were given from Gall
Hamilton, Jean Ingelow, Lew Wallace,
Charles A. Adams, Paul Dresser, Rob
ert Burdette and other well known au
thors. Their work was of the brilliant
order and. reflected credit upon Miss
Mrs. Michael Judge, of South Scran
ton,' visited her mother, Mrs. Ludgate,
Evan O. Watklns made a business
trip to Wyoming on Thursday.
Services tomorrow at the Methodist
Episcopal church will be held at the
ESTABLISHED THIRTY YEARS.
NOW IN OUR NEW STORE.
. 130 WYOMING AVENUE
Coal Exchange, Opp, Hotel Jcrrnyn.
Wo have the finest store and most complete
stock la all this section, of
WITCHES, FINE JEWELRY. DIMIOHDS,
STERLING SILVER WIRE,
STERLING SILVER NOVELTIEJ,
RICH CUT GLASS, CLOCKS, ETC.
Our Prices are always bottom.
If yon have not seen
will pay you to call.
us la our new store It
Vaaufacturora of the Celebrates)
loo.ooo Barrels per Acnum
HAIR CHAINS FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
LADIES, yon can have a
your own hair at
E. Ill HETZE .'S, 330 UMWA1A AYE,, SCR NTON
tW Remember, we are the only ones here who manufacture chains
from your, own hair. Leave orders as earl; as possible. -
His Leading Dentist, Eight Yszrs' Experience, NowLocatedat
11 a&w&r "II
409 Spruce Street.
usual hours by the pastor, Aev F. A.
Kins'. Morning services at 10.30 a. m.
Subject, "Mission of Jesus." Sunday
school at 2.15 p. m. Evening sermon at
7 p. m. Subject, "Angela." All are
Miss Henrietta Sherer, of Scranton,
Is spending the holidays with her par
ents on Union street.
Miss Mattie Hodee. of Stroudsburg,
Is spending the holidays with her
mother, Mrs. John Hodge, on wasn
The Traction company is reparirlng
the road on Main street.
There will be special Christmas ser
vices at the Methodist Episcopal
church both morning and evening Sun
day, Dec. 20. Special music is being ar
ranged. The Sunday school will hold
their Christmas exercises Christmas
eve. There will be the old time Christ
mas tree and its attending ceremony.
A very pretty programme of song is
also being arranged for the children,
The exercises are public, and all are
For Infants and Children.
Halls 1 tin
Business boom at Davis'
recognize this as the only
establishment in Scran
ton where garments are
made to order at popular
poor garments at low
prices. We make good
garments at low prices,
and we are the only par
ties in Scranton that
have the facilities for so
W. J. DAVIS, "A.ld.nr
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MADE AT MOOSIC AND
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ORANGE OUN POWDER
Electric Batteries, Electric lixploiors. f x ot
plodlng blasts, Hafety Fuse, aud
RepaaQO-Chemical Co. '3 explosives,
beautiful chain made out of
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THE BEST 01
PHILADELPHIA flANUFACTURERS GF CLOAIS AO SUITS
75 handsnme Uterine plush Capes, 30-lnch
lengths, full sweep, Thibet and Marten
trimming, some embroidered In cut jets
and In applique styles. '.The like never
was sold in this city for leas a QB
than Jii; our reduction price .. $0,wO
SPRCIAL HARGATN8 IN 8EPARATE
DRESS SKIHT3 600 Boucle skirts, lined
and interlined, full width in brown,
Creen, black and blue; regular n no
price $3.98; now i3o
NO CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS
Onyx Tables and Cabinets,
H us 1c Racks, Easels,
Imported and Domestic Axrainster Rugs,
In suitable sizes for rooms.
Combination Bugs, Mohair and Silk, '
n 1th Curl Center, In the latest effects.
A careful!) selected line or Assyrian, Velvet. Moqn ette,
Smyrna, Fur and Japanese Hugs; also Baby Carriage
Robes In endless variety, at Prices Lower Than Erer.
Make your selection while the stock Is full, doods stored and
delivered when desired.
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0rS8VlS".rffi. 408 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
Special Attention Given to Business and Per
Liberal Accommodations Extended According
to Balances and Responsibility.
3 Interest Allowed on Interest Deposits.
SNOW'S THE TIME FOR
Possibly you are an un-
derstudy -and want to
supply yourself with
the necessary proper-
ties. If so. permit us to
suggest thajt our vast
6 and varied assortment
affords you an opportunity to make a satisfactory
selection with a less expenditure of time and
money than possible elsewhere.
I OUR LEADING LINES ARE:
a Fancy Rockers, Chairs, Tables, Music Cabl
X nets, Ladies' Desks, Library Cases, Sideboards,
X Brass and Onyx Tables, Lamps, Silk Shades,
4 Decorated Globes, Rugs, Tinware and Clothing,
worth of stock of CAPES, COATS.
BKIRTS. and WAISTS only. Our war
roous trade tells the story of wonderful
saving of spot cash buying- and spot cash
selling. Our preparations for the holiday
trade were made by reducing prices be.
lore Christmas In order to give our paw
rons a chance to have their garments for
midwinter wear. It Is not necessary to
wait until the season la over. You will
D.iTi benent to come and examine out
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
S00 Boucle Coats half silk lined A AO
formerly $3.89; now t9S
500 line Persian Astrakhan coats, lined with
the nnest Rhadame silk, trimmed with
IUfe J5tSrl bu"on. former A BO
price fci.Ho now .9S
S00.ie,x!,ra Qne French caterpillar coats, half
silk lined, made up In the newta " AO
effects, former price $10.98; now ItVO
175 all wool Kersey Coats, lined with line
Taffeta silk, handsomely trimmed, sold
In New York city for $15 each. Owing
to our fortunate purchase can C 0.4
sell them ta vail fn'r . It. 71 A
100 fine crushed Astrachan Capes, silk
aurcu, iuii Bwepp, inioec tur trunmin
ov.v, ,,i ui,b tiiy at ait.w; re- m
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300 beautiful figured mohair skirts, 4 yards
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.hit, iiireu uuu .iiitrriiircu, velvet uimi
in; a bargain at $3.00; our 1 AQ
fHoe I. fa
If we bought up the whole space of this
paper we would not be able to give you a
correct idea of the bargains we have. Con
sequently we save expenses In every way
In order to give you the full benefit In
Z. WEINGART, Proprietor,
421 LACKAWANNA AVENUE
Hat and Coat Racks,