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'J HE SCRANTOH TR 1 B UNE-MON DAY MOBBING, APRIL 5, 1897.
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New Wall Decorations
for coming Season
arc now arriving frequently.
Wc Invite the attention of
persons desiring choice covering
for their walls to sec
our excellent assortment
which will be cheerfully sUowu
to all callers without
incurring any obligation to order.
All grades of stock,
artistic, up-to-date colorings
at popular prices.
322 Lackawanna Ae.
DR. W, B, HENWOOD, '
3!6 LACK&WANIH AVE.
There is no economy in
sowing oats that
will not grow.
Ours weigh 34 to 36
lbs.'per bushel and are
Clean Natural Oats.
The Weston Mill Co
Congiessmiin William Connell leturnecl
from Wellington Saturday nU'ht.
Charles Orchard, of Caibomlale, has ac
cepted the position of assistant to Gen
eral Agent CI. II. Cobb, of the l'tniisjl
jnla mllroad'a Sciauton olllee.
lte. 1 J. Murphy, pastor of St lat
rliK't. cliurcl 01 pliant, Is In Montieai,
attending the funeral of his biothei, Ilev.
.,iw!viicu Murphy, who died In that clly
B'ltlll d.l .
A letter received from John II. I'helps
announces the arrival of himself and Dr.
1. P. Everhatt at the island of St. Thom
as In the West Indies. They expect bet ore
returning to visit South America, On the
steumer which carried them to St. Thom
as Island the customary entertainment
was given by the passengers and Dr.
I?erhait save an luteitstlng talk on
birds. The travelers repoit excellent
Alexander Alkman, for thirteen eirs
Inside foreman ut the Dickson collier),
of the Delaware and Hudson Canal com
pany, has resigned his position on ac
count of III health. Ho Is succeeded by
Hdward McUljnu, who was assistant fore
man. Mr. Alkman was considered a val
uable emplojo by the Delaware and Hud
son company. He was very popular with
Tilday evening Mr. and Mrs I.ou Hinds
entertained a few of thtlr friends at their
home on Webster uvenue. Dining the
evening a llashllght photograph of the"
giusts was taken. Among those present
were: Misses Htta Moyle, Lizzie Mojle,
Minnie Champion, Agnes Serine, Ucssle
Kvte, Mabelle Sweetser, Myrtlo Trnunt
felter, llena Day, iMInerva Sands, Maud
rield, Lou Dolph, Kilo. Brown, Miss
I.loydi Klmer Swingle, John I.,. Ouarl,
Harry Van liureu, of IVekvllle; Charles
Moylo, I'red Carpenter, Mr. Alexander.
Arthur Davis, Iouls Jones, Hert Harring
ton, Bert Myers, Harry Randolph, Ed.
Hughes, Harry Leslie, Mr. Richards.
The Through Sleeping Car Service.
is to bo re-established between New
York and Chicago via the D., L. & W.
and Nickel Plate Roads on April 13th,
lb97. An elegant Pullman car will be
ottachei to train No. 7 leaving New
Yoik at 7.30 p. in. each day, and will
arrive at Chicago at 9 00 p. m. the fol
low Injj day. Dining car attached at
Rufinlo at 7.00 a. in. For space and all
inffmatlon call on ticket agents D L.
a v. k. n.
Dr. Keller's Change of Ollice.
Br. Keller lias removed his ofllce to
435 Wyoming avenue.
The best shoes wo know
fe how to buy. Should they
4 turn out unsatisfactory in
any way, wo will mako
mum Kiuoiauiui y ill auuiu
way. Can anyone do inoro
than that! Wo show spring
styles In tho llugby, IJor-
liu and French toes. See
the American calf skin
shoes for wen wo sell at
They'ro worth looking
at aud buying,
SCHANK fi SPENCER. I
410 Spruce St.
SERMON ON THE
Dy Rev. II. E. Adrlancc in Qrccn Ridge
ELICITED SYMPATHETIC INTEREST
Pnrnlilo Wns Jlclicnrscil nnd Its Les
son Intruded ill u Truo (Sospel
ny--Mr. Ailrnlnco , Showed tlic
Need of ItlsliiB to Spiritual nit Well
ns .lliitcriul JiiucrRcncy -- There
Should II o n Constant I'ortilication
Ilev. II. i:. Adi lance, of New Yolk
city, ycHtcidny occupied the pulpit ot
the Qteen ItldRu I'resbylctlan chinch.
Dining his slay hero he and his wife,
a BlHler of Miss Marlon Holmes, of
Albany, who has frequently visited In
Stranton, have been entertained at the
lionfc of C. II. Welles on Vine street.
Sir. Adrfancc's evening sermon wns
based ujion the story of the poisoned
pot of pottage and Kllsba'a putllleatlon
of It. The dlsiouiM. was essentially a
irospel effort and ctigased the symp t
thetle attention of the large roiuirettu
tlon present. The text was II Klnss,
Iv:3D, "And one went out Into the Held
to gather heibs and lound a wild vine,
and gatlyied theteof wild goutd hLs
lap full and tame and shied them Into
the pot of pottage, foi the knew
them not." Mi. Adrlance said:
It seems to be the mission of some In
this woild to et things strntght. A mis
sion of extilcation Is one foi which the
I world hns a constant demand Dllllcul-
tli-s multiply ninazlngly unliss the are
met and dissipated. il' ople il up and
call thut man oi that woman bit $(d wao
had led the va for them Into the open,
l'erhaps In all Old Testament hltory
theie Is no single character to whom It o
often fell to straighten things out ns
WATCH WAS T-AINTKD.
Jericho had a tainted water supply. The
elt w.vs In n bad waj. The municipal
authorities li id a pioblem on their hands
that was defjlng all solution. It was
Kllsha that went forth from the cllv a
limits an 1 seeking out the spring, sweet
ened It with the cruse of salt. Ills en
dow mint from on high filled him to cope
with municipal perplexities. No less did
It give him adaptublllt in ciicumstanees
at a far remote from these. I'lnani lal
embairassment confronted the wife of a
deceased minister There was no board of
ministerial relief In Israel whence the
widow might turn. HUsha wns In lieu of
such a boaid and the woman was happy
and at rest In tier mind ns she saw the
power of self-multlpllcatlon In her little
pot of oil.
And then, again, eschewing how the
great man fullllled his mission In n small
er province, recall the looks or appre
hension nnd dlsmnj that mantled tln fa'e
of the theological student as he stool
with an ao handle In his grasp, the hell
being hidden beneath the murk waf's
of the Jordan "Alas, Mastet foi It was
bonowed'" Kllsln knew how to sjmpi
thlze with the voung man's solicitude.
He did not keep him on a tension. He le
stored the missing head to Its hindle nl'd
relieved the embatiaspment that the los-
had occasioned. Thus Osha noted the
pais of the deliverer. He the difficulty
such as Involved a eltv, a house or in
lndlvldinl, he was still ready to ic-un
forth a helping hand Yei! no matt u
how the dltlleulty took Its Use he accept
ed tho condition that confronted him an
then (IT need be) dealt with the causes
riTUL- or GATunitnus.
In view of the fact that the Held or lite
Is full of gatherers, and especlallj ns
those who uie heaity and eager uml sup
ple are gone forth Into it; It inn) not lie
amiss to make the burden of this sermon
bear upon the thought of caie. fore
warned Is forearmed. It Is easier to guard
ami warn lives from danger than to at
tempt to act the part of an Hllsha alter
the evil Is wrought by them. Laudable
mUsIon, Indeed, It is to set the ciooked
things straight. More laudable, though.
Is it to keep things from becoming
crooked. A word, then against icckless.
Note that gathering In the field or life
Is in accoid with a natural prompting. It
Is with a certain sense of pride that one
realizes for the first tlmo that he Is a
contrlbnter to the world's woik, Theie
is no money in one's whole experience
like that which represents the llrst
month's toll In the shop or office. Tho
recipient feels that he has actually done
something that has a measured value.
Hven tho child In the nurseiy appears to
have a sensation that Is kindred to this
of tho first wages. It may walk toward
Its mother with a reitalh sort of exultant
glee, call uttentlon to Itself with the
woids "see what I've done to help jou."
The help may mean destruction (In som
form or other) jet to the childish mind
there's a sense of service. And this sense
of service makes the eves sparkle.
Abroad, then, Into the held of life si uls
go, und underneath all else there Is to bo
found the desire of doing something for
the life, with which one's lot Is cast. The
desire Is with ou: the only question Is
what seems to ou tho chief thing thit
jou would gather and east Into the com
mon lot which It devolves upon otheis
to share with you.
Aim MADK UNSOLICITHD.
Mot of the contributions that are mido
by you or by any one else to the common
life aie, as this, unsolicited, Undei stand
what I mean; no one comes to you before
hand. You.are waited upon by nu com
mittees. No levy is made upon the posl
bllltles of your life. Tho spontaneous Is
ever the true. Rutter far if one has gone
forth and garnered evil that so he imko
it known in his nets. An evil Influence is
best combatted when It masks under no
form of faith orpuilty. Our contributions
aro unsolicited, l.llsha never bade tho
man go out Into the Held, lie went of his
own accord and on his own lesponsiblllty.
Advanco now a step further. Oo out
with the man In the Bible record He
went out to gather herbs and found a
wild vine and gathered thereof his lapful
and came and shred thein Into the pot
of porrage. It was this man's put pose to
do tho right thing. When ho Blurted ho
proposed to secure something thHt would
give delight to his fellows. The broth
was not very palatable by Itself; herbs
would Impart to It splelqess, taste ani
flavor. Suiely no one will deny that that
motlvo Is commendable which proposes
something good for others, something
that brought In and Introduced Into tho
common life will brighten and gladden
and sweeten It. Blessed bo those that go
forth to gather herbs. But what of those
who start with the fairest Intentions and
never accomplish their purpose? Nothing
Is io evident to the watchful eje as that
many begin right, start right, only to
be diverted and to become the occasion of
How many resolutions huve formulated
themselves In hearts to gather only the
herbs of fulr, sweet converse, but once
In the world the wild vine has caught the
eye and the consequnees have been dis
astious? Tho clrcumptancea of life tend
sometime to Introduce bitterness into
the heart and back from the fields comes
the embittered spirit, not to give flavor,
hut to make life harder for those that
are round kbout. The wild vine of gos
sip, also, is always growing. Cut It down
in the piornlng and, behold, at nightfall
It will have Attested Its vitality In a full
fledged maturity. The flavor of many a
personality Is spoiled; the estimate of
many a one may be lurred through noth
ing more or lets than the harmful lapfull
of berries that grew on tha bush of gos
sip. It's a falling to which miny must
confess, this -and It s only afterward that
we think of the good things or which we
might have spoken and lament oui lilln l
ness In taking up with the vine when Just
beyond whs the herb wo had certalnlj In
I want to repeat to you a sentence that
belonged to our beginning. It Is .hist
"It soems to be the mission of some In
this world to set things straight." l'ou
can apply this thought narrowly or mild
ly. Borne secln to hnvo a peculiar tuct
In unravelling dlfllctiltlcs, nnd, by a n t
ural Instinct, others turn to them for nd
vice and counsel nnd feel thut In so do
ing there Is relief and assurance of being
sent on their way rejoicing. You may
have been so helped. This Is the narrow
application, Tho broader ono takes high
er ground. It enters the field of spirit.
The broader ono may appeal to you with
a personal force this very day. It con
cerns tho 'setting straight of your lire
Itself as tho only assurance that other
things will then tako unto themselves
had im nni:N main-nous.
Had Jiulns iscarlot been stinlnhtcnod
by righteousness there would have been
no need or Immortalizing the Bhoitage
in thu treasury of the twelve. Right
hearts alone make right lives, nnd right
actions proceeds from them. Hut who is
to set our life straight' Who Ik to 'keep
vou from tho evil thut Is In the world
and which vou are so prone to take up
with and bring Into the allotted poitlon
that vou are sharing with otheis? vVho,
I ask, If not the Christ of (lod. He has
lestored other souls; why not vouisV He
has wrought divine forgiveness for otherv,
why not for vou He has tin own His
own spotless life Into the sin and wrong
of this life or oms nnd has borne nwny
from It, In Ills own body, the sentence or
Learn or lllm Be more than concpioi
oi thiomih his love and bless wlt'i a
measureless blessing the soids that are
touching jours today.
WESLEY AND METHODISM.
Subject of n Sermon by Itcv. A. 1.
Chnllel in Asbury M. V.. Church.
"Wesley and Methodism vveio com
bined In nil Intel esting nddiess last
night by Rev A F. c'liafft'j In Asbury
MethodNt Episcopal chinch, Clteen
Ridge. Ills tcM was Psalms Ixxll, -0:
"Theie shall be an handful of corn in
the earth upon the top f the moun
tain; the ft tilt theteof shall shake like
Lebanon; and they of the city shall
llouiish like gravs of the enith."
Mr. Chaffee believed Wesley was one
of the most remarkable personages of
the church of God. In icsponse to a
supposed Inquliy as to what five uoi
rons had peMfonned the most elllclent
seivlce for the glory of Clod, he had no
doubt John Wesley would be one of the
The Church of Hngland received no
little condemnation from Mr. Chaffee
In his rehearsal of the ilpenesj of th"
oppmtunlty which Wesley grasped for
establishing his refoim. That de
nomination, lie declined, had become
cleilcnlly disreputable In the time of
Weslej It was common to Issue church
and sporting announcements at one
and the same time A cleigj man's
woik was not n matter of manliness,
but of filthy lucre, nnd the clerrvmen
vveie commonly addicted to dilnk and
their motals were not always the best.
The mass of the people had no confi
dence In them nnd were leady enough
for the tltith of God
As n lesult of the founders example
theie wns staited at the time of the
revolution In this countiy the little
sall-lntt band of Methodists nom
which has prown a mas of people of
that denomination numbeilng 5,000,000
souls, enough to occupj- thlity days In
paesng in single file betote a given
point nt the late of three miles an
Mr. Chaffe In speaking of the itlner
encj system of the Methodist ministry,
argued that in the average Methodist
churches were not subjected to any
more fiecuent changes than the Pres
bvterlan church The Methodist sjs
teni keeps each of her pi caching men
employed und gives him a church and
each church a man.
It wns considered by many that the
preaching of Wesley saved i:nsland
fiom a French revolution. Mi. Chaffee
deelnied, and some go so far as to saj'
that he did more to save the world
than any one man since his time This
old power has lost none of Its force.
In this countiy the stiength of the
church Is gieat enough, big enough and
powoiful enough to cany any gieat
question that It might choose to chatn
lion. IRISH-AMERICAN MILITARY UNION.
W ill Hold n Convention on April '2
in Now York City.
Ihlcadlei General Charles S. O'Ma
luiney lus issued ,01 dei-s to the officers
of tho general staff of the IiIhIi Ameil
can Militaiy union of the United
States to icport In full untfoun at the
annual meeting to he held April 27,
18U7, at Hlccadennas". N'o. 14, Union
Sqiiaie, New York city.
The meolintf takes placj In conjunc
tion with the Grant mausoleum cele
bration In New Yoik tit v. Dr. J. J.
bull!an. of tne Noith nnd, 1 colonel
and cuiseon reneral on th Kcueral's
staff. He Aill attend the meetlnn.
The next thing to do
is to beautify the new
home with a new Toilet
Set; the dining table
with a new Dinner Set.
Dishes are so cheap
there is no excuse for
anyone not having a set,
especially of our new
open stock patterns.
Select such pieces as
134 Wyoming Ayciiiic.
Walk In und look n -on ml,
IlLSII S PECK.
HILL AND MAHLE GET
TWELVE MONTHS EACH
Judge Buffington Passes Sinlcnccs on a
Number of Criminals.
CIVIL CASE IS NOW ON TRIAL
It Is an Action In Assumsit UroHghl
by tho Widow of tho l.uto Samuel
Dolph A gul lift tho Niitlonnl Acci
dent Insurance Compniiy of Sew
York to Recover f? 1,0(10 Insurance.
Application font Nun Suit Refused
bv Jiid(,'o Ilullliigtou.
Sentence wns Imposed by Judge Huf
flnglon Saturdnj on a number of per
sons convicted of crimes against the
Government at this and previous teims
of United Staes district court, James
Hill, of Wllkes-Uaire, convlcto ! of
fraudulent use of the mnlls, was sen
tenced to u line of $3 nnd twelve
niouthr In the western penitential y.
Similar punishment wns meted inn to
George Mulile, of Wlles-Uarre, whine
offense was the same ns Hill's.
John Mentch and Harry Kltz, of
Hhamokln, who on Saturduy morning
vveie returned guilty of counterfeiting,
weiueucii given two years In the west
ern penitentiary und a fine of $3. Clias.
Johns, who pleaded guilty last Monday
of robbing the postolllce nt Covert,
Bradford countj', was sentenced to
twelve months in the Allegneny coun
Hdwntd F. Showers nnd A. C. Alli
son, of Kuiihury, convicted n jear ago
of fiatldulent use of the malls, nnd on
whom sentence was suspended pending
the decision cm legal points lalsed by
their attorneys, were given eighteen
months In the western penitentiary
und ii line of ?5 npleee.
PlittA FOR CLI3MRNCY.
Their attotnejs pleaded for clem
ency on the giound thut they aie each
on the eige ot the grave, the one being
atllleted with heait ttouble and the
othei with a pulmonary complaint, but
when it was shown that their illness
dated fiom the time that the decision
on the legal points In iiuestlon was an
nounced, the giouuds for clemency lost
L. T H tidier, for fraudulent use of
the mails, was given eighteen months
In the westein penitential y and n fine
of C. His In othei, W. T Stralff, con
victed of a like offense, was given n
year In the penitentiary nnd $.1 line.
John Kulp, fraudulent use of the malls,
was given n year In the western peni
The case of Dolph against the Na
tional Accident Insurance company of
.New lork, Is now on before Judge Uuf
flngton, sitting ns n circuit couit Judge.
It Is an action In assumpsit to recover
54,000 on an Insuinnce policy which the
late Samuel Dolph, foi email of the
Lackawanna lion and Coal company's
lumber j aid, held In that cotnpanj,
and which the company refuses to paj
because the Insuied. it alleges, wus In
a dancerous pait of the plant, wheie
his business did not call him, und fur
ter that the injuiies vveie not the di
lect cause of death.
LIVED THREE MONTHS.
Tho policy was secured May 27, 1SS7.
Piemlums were paid upon It until Au
gust IS, 1894, the time of death. Mr.
Dolph was 70 jeais of age at the time
of the accident. Hay, ISst. He lived
thiee months after being Injured.
Testimony was adduced to show that
the deceased was employed at his regu
lar calling when the accident occuued,
that the injuiies were of n seilous na
ture nnd that death was due to neiv
ous exhaustion Induced dliectly by the
Injuiies, Drs. N. Y. Leet und W. E
Allen testlfjlng to this latter conten
tion. AVhen the plaintiff's side had rested
the defendant company moved for a
non-suit on the ground that the plain
tiff had failed to piove death lesulted
from accident nnd had shown that
theie- was contilbutoiy negligence.
Judge Uiifllngtou refused the motion.
The case. It is expected, w ill be on the
gieatei pait of toduj".
Geoige M. Watson Is attorney for
the plaintiff and Charles L. Huwley
and II. D. Mcliutnej for the defense.
SABBATH NEWS NOTES.
The jeai's total benevolent collections
In the Asbur Methodist nplstopal church,
Oiecii KtilKe, amounted to licit ly VW.
Pev. V. S. Uulhiitllie, of the Ch'iteh of
tho tinoil Shepheul, Uieen ltldgc, .mil
Itev. M. II. Mill, of St. Da Ill's i:picopal
church, exchanged pulpits In the even
ing. The rites of baptism were administered
at tho morning sen ice In the Washburn
Htieet I'resbj terlan church.
Itev. J. G. Hckman, presiding eldei,
picached In the Providence Methodist
liiuich at tho evening service.
DONT MISS THIS GREAT DISPLAY OF
Ladies' Shirt Waists,
Fine Novelty Dress Goods,
Black Dress Goods,
Ask to see our M. &. H. Kid
Gloves. They are the besc $1.00 will
buy. IJvery pair warranted.
The picture selling 'continues at a furious rate. Every
department was robbed of some of its clerks on Saturday.
Needed them in the picture room. If we hadn't cut the life
out of prices on our own stock, the Pratt stock, large as it is,
would not have lasted till now. A picture store without a
picture would be a funny sight. But if this week's selling is
as large as last week's, we'll have none left. ' Some of the lots
are so small now we almost fear to advertise them. Lest you
Glass front medallions in
gold frames. Such as usually
sell for 75c or $1.00. This
lot hasn't been advertised be
fore. No need to advertise
them now, since they sell on
sight and would easily be
gone before the week's end.
But we must have something
to talk about. So wc tell of
these. Choice of the lot,
A Few Left
Those framed pictures, the
16x20 size. That have caused
so many to look surprised
aud buy. No wonder! This
is the first time Scranton ever
saw a picture of this size in a
good white aud gold frame
There's a great big crockery sale on the way. It'll reach
you about next week. Our New York buyer telegraphs us that
a big pottery is in difficulties. And he's bought a carload for
almost nothing. But the "almost nothing" must be paid in
cash. So we send him the money today. And anxiously wait
to tell you of the good things. Which we'll do as soon as they
arrive. Maybe the last of this week. Surely by the first of next.
REXFORD'S, 303 Lackawanna Ave
tion, conducted the evening service or tne
Ameilctin Volunteeis at the Washington
Avenue ban neks
Special Untcs via Lehigh Valley It. 11.
for Muclciits Account Listur Vaca
tion. StudenlH at established schools, col
lepres, seminaries, etc, will be given
hpeclal late of fure and one-thlid fo
tile round trip, account Uaster vaca
tion, to any point on the L, V. It It
(excepting Hulfalo, Niagara Kails and
Suspension Urldge), on to any point on
the Philadelphia and Heading. H & O
or Penna. roads. Tickets bold not lat
er than n days after vacation begins,
and good for leturn within IB dijs,
with final limit of April COth.
Application should be made to Le
high Valley Ticket Agents, to whom It
will be necesniy to present Identifica
tion certltlcate, signed by piesldent or
other olllcer of school or college.
For morbid conditions take BKECH
House and blgn I'alntsr
Wall Tlntlne and l'uixr Hanging, Mi
niates Unci lull) furnished valentine b
ltiad.v Mled l'alntrt, one uf the best lu mm
Ket. VaiulHhe , Kuamcls, lliushes, ite., for
sale. 331 Adams Avenue, Mrrnnton
I PUT Si?
lj IB ffi
FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY.
LmlicR' TniloMiiado Suits, all wool, Borpo
mixed, Elumiue, .Bolero Jacket, very full
skirt, for only . So. 95
for Saimrato Skirts
A ulco assortment of Check Mixtures and
plain suiting, wero 50c, now only 29c
A great variety of servlcealilo Roods. Coverts,
Coatallnes, ntamlnes, Velour Cords, lu
lUissot, Cornflower, Boreal, Iteseda, Mul
berry, etc.. running lu ptlco from UDc to $1.50
Ladles' 25o Hose, .'! pair for 50c
Ladles', 5o Hose, a pair lu box , 75c
Childron'H 25o Hose 17c
Men's -5o Hose, 3 pa r for 50s
Men's 00o White Muslin Shirts 3Sc
415, 417 Lackawanna
Reproductions of the mas
terpieces of water-color paint
ing. With this difference:
These are made by the French
process, not by hand. Which
you know when you're told.
Not otherwise. Framed in
white and gold
sold today for
A few dozen buyers can be
made happy today. Framed
etchings, 16x20 inches inside
measurement. Ready to
The Eye Specialist
Who Kxamlnes the Kes 1'ree nt HOI) I.ueka
wiinnii Avenue, over I.ehlgh Voile Tick
et Olllee, Will, After April 1'list,
Move to 215 Lackawanna Avenue,
And Occup u l.urge Space in
Wheie ho villi have the finest Optical Olllco
In the itj. Ills l'UK'hN for hpectuelex, Ky
Glasses, VitUlflnl Kjes, Mugnlijlug Glasses
and Opera tilasses villi be as alnujM, VK11Y
LOW. steel Kiames fiom 'Joe. to Sl.OO.
Aluminum, 76c. to S1.7S. Tilled, SIMM).
Sllvei, S'.MIO. Gold Frames, Sii.Ml. Aqua
CivKtai I.eiiscv), nile. Pebble Glasses, fel.uo
to S'J.OO. Weiephue old lenses ami solder
fiumeu on slioit notice.
LACKAWANNA LUBRICATING CO,
1212 CAROUSE AVE,
Checks und IMaUK
20x24 inches in size, with
frames 3 or 4 inches wide.
Making the picture about
2SX32 outside. The biggest
picture aud the biggest value
IS cant ubuut tlicui, too.
A specially fortunate buy
ing of these must not be left
untold. If you're tired ot
silk shades, we suggest one
of these. Decorated globes
9 inches in diameter. Any
color. Worth $1.50 to $2.00.
100 go on sale today at
To buy u Metallic Bed,
To get Furniture Up
holstered and Cush
To get Carpets and
To buy Feather Mat
To get Box Divans
SC1IT01 BEDDING CO
Why let yonr horns nnd business b destroy
ed through strong drlnlc or morpblaa whan
vou can be oured in four weelcs at tho Eielsy
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Good Check Apion Ginghams 2c
Good Light Chullles 3jc
Silk Stripe Chullles, wero 20c 9c
Good Dai k Prints, wero Co 3c
Fine Shaker Flannel 4c
Heavy B'eachcd Cotton Crash 3c
:i()c Cream Taulo Lluen 21c
10c Cream Table "Linen 3lc
6Uo Cream Table Lluen 37c
Good Brown Muslin, worth fio 3c
Fine Brown Muslin, worth 7c 5s
Heavy Brown Muslin, worth 7c 5$c
Good Bleached Muslin, worth Clc 4c
Fine Bleached Muslin, worth 7c 5Jc
Hill Muslin, worth 7jo Gc
Fruit of Loom, worth 7Jc - (i)c
Lonsdale, worth 7Jc Ojo
6-1 Lockwood, P. C Muslin, worth 10c... 8c
0-4 Lockwood, P C. Muslin, worth 12c IOc
8-4 Lockwood, Hteetlng Muslin, worth 15c 12c
tM Lockwood, Sheeting Muslin, worth 10c....13c
10-4 Lockwood, Sheeting Muslin, worth 18c. 15c
5.4 Lockwood Bleuched P.C.Muslln.w'th llo. 9c
0-4 Lockwood Bleached P.C.Muslin,w'th 13o.llc
8-4 Lockwood Bleached Sheotlug, worth 16o 14c
0-4 Lockwood Bleached Sheeting, worth 18o. 15c
10-4 Lockwood Bleached Sheeting, worth 20c.,17o