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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 0, 189T.
A flan or
Feels better, walks better,
acts better in a pair of perfect
fitting, stylish shoes, than in
the other kind. Don't put
yourself at a disadvantage
when our new
Box Calf Shoes Only Cost $3
With Heavy or Light Holes.
410 SPRUCE STREET, g
Tho girls' friend. Mrs, N'ouvcll, will ho
linpl'l' to meet all girls and younp wo
men tit tho Young Women's Christian as
sociation rooms this afternoon at 3.13.
Tho Delaware, Lackawanna nnd West
ern company paid its employes at tho
Diamond, Mnnvllle and Hallstead mines
yesterday, and will pay today at tho
Bloan and Hampton mines. Tho Dela
ware and Hudson company paid the sup
erintendents, uKcnts and dlerks at Scran
ton, Providence and Carhondnlo on Mon
day. No paying was dono yesterday by
CAR STRUCK A DRAY WAGON.
The Driver and His Son Thrown to
tho I' nvp in cut.
A street car on tho Scrnnton Itnll
ivny company's North Washington
avenue line collided with a dray wngon
in tront of Cuslck's livery stable at
C.30 o'clock last evening. Michael
Sweeney, the driver, and his 9-year-old
Bon, John, were thrown from the Feat
to the asphalt pavement and were se
Sweeney was drlvlntr alone tho ave
nue and behind him came tho car.
"When In front of the livery stable
Sweeney drew his horses from the east
Bide of tho road and across the tracks,
intending to drive into the stable. The
car rushing alung, struck one horse,
knocking down the animal, and bend
ing the axle of the forward truck.
Tho traces on one side were severed
by tho force of the blow.
Sweeney and his little son were
thrown to the road and tho momentum
of the car pushed the horses along be
tween the tracks. After ten feet the
car was stopped nnd the horses sprung
up uninjured, save for scratches and
bruises, and made a dive for up the
The driver, however, quickly recov
ered himself and picking up his son,
carried him to the curb, then ran and
stopped the struggling horses.
The car fender was smashed. Swee
ney and his' son were taken to their
home, nt 1323 North Washington ave
nue, In one of Cuslck's carriages. lloth
are suffering from tho effects of the
All members of the Ladles' Aid soci
ety of the Methodist Episcopal church
are requested to attend today at tho
church parlors, as the election of offi
cers for the coming year will bo held.
Mr. and Mrs. William Swales were
tendered a surnrlao party by their
many friends nt their homo at tho
"West Knil last Monday evening and a
very enjoyable evening was spent with
music und other amusements, after
which luncheon was partaken of. Those
in attendance from out of town were
Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell, Messrs.
George Honfleld and William Wether
hog, Misses Georglana and Alice Hon
fleld, Sarah Hrace, Eva Mertlce and
Jessie Mitchell, of Scranton, Daniel
Sanderson and Alice Swales, of Peck
vllle. Justus, Pa., Oct. 23, 1S07. A small
blister appeared on ono of my lingers
nnd developed Into a running sore. I
decided to take Hood's Sarsaparllla.
Tho first bottle did mo good and I kept
on until the trouble was completely
cured. Mrs. Prosper Antoine, I5ox 23.
Hood's Pills cure all liver Ills. 25c.
AN li I!
Every day our
have new surprises
in store for you, Ev
ery day beautiful,
bright hued hats are
introduced to our
show rooms. The
prettiest hats of the
season are on exhi
bition just now.
Where else are you
so sure of finding ex
actly what you want?
324 Lackawanm Ava,
FROM VARIOUS MINES
Superstitions of Men Who Work Far
Down In the Earth.
GHOSTS ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
Superstitions That Aro Common lo
' Kvory i1Iliic--At n .11 1 no in tho
Southern States Thcro In tho Spec
tro ol n I'rctty Little Child.-Indlnn
Girl Shut Up In n California Mlno
by n Discarded Lover.
To tho dwellers in tho surface of the
enrth, who walk abroad in tho sun
shine, tho weird stories told by miners
seem but tho superstitions of Ignorant
men, savs tho Washington Post. Hut
onco descend Into tho black depths
under foot and walk through tho sub
terranean caverns where tho miners
work; listen to tho strange echoes and
whispering sounds that 1111 tho dark
passages, and a change will como over
tho spirit of tho most skeptical man's
Alone, far underground, amid the si
lence of death, the miner piles his trade.
When lie enters tho shaft ho cannot
tell whether ho will ever ngaln see tho
blue ekv and tho faces that he loves
In the upper world; or whether his will
be ono of tho names In a long list of
the victims of some horrible catas
trophe. Among such unnatural condi
tions the real becomes unreal and tho
Nearly every mine has Its ghosts, Its
propitious days, Its mascots nnd its
"hoodoos." Some of the mines nro
haunted by the spectres of those who
have met their deaths there In former
times, connected with grewsome stories
of awful accidents or violent deeds.
Unlucky days usually have their origin
In a local catastrophe that brought
misery nnd heart-break to many a
At Lord Ponrhyn's slate quarries,
near Hangor, work was always sus
pended upon Ascension Day, on ac
count of the superstitious fear of the
miners, who maintained that if the
quarries were worked on that day an
accident was sure to occur. Upon sev
eral occasions tho management suc
ceeded In overcoming this objection, and
continuing tho men nt their employ
ment, but in every instance tho experi
ment ended In some catastrophe that
served to confirm tho miners In their
There nro many superstitions com
mon to all mines and their operations.
For instance, no one must whistle when
once at tho bottom of tho shaft. You
may sing ns much as you wish, but
whistle never unless you intend to
Incur the severe displeasure of the
miners. Again, it would be the ex
treme of reckless madness to make tho
sign of tho cross while underground.
Tho death's hand Is universally cred
ited by the miners. This wraith con
sists of a white hand that takes hold
of tho runes of the ladder one after
another as tho hand of tho descending
miner leaves them. The spectral hand
gleams white from blackness around as
tho light from tho "Davy" falls upon It,
and he who Is unfortunate enough to
be followed by It knows that his days',
perhaps his minutes, aro numbered.
Most miners have their own particu
lar ghost stories, founded upon local
tradition, or sometimes upon real oc
currences. In one of tho Welsh coun
ties Is a mine, deserted some time ago,
that Is haunted by a woman's voice.
Tho whv und wherefore is explained
ns follows: Once when the place was
owned by a great company that em
ployed manv men, one of the passages
caved In. Tho people camo running to
tho mouth of the shaft, each calling for
his own. It was at first supposed that
many men were below and that all had
escaped. The cars came up full, and
the women, wild with joy, flung their
arms around tho necks of their re
stored husbands, lovers, sons.
"All safe above ground, thank God!"
cried the overseer.
Then tho overseer's wife, a handsome,
strapping woman, stopped forward.
"Whore Is Hort?" she said.
Now, Bert was her foii from a former
husband, and tho overseer wasted little
love upon the lad. One man suddenly
remembered to have seen him at tho
end of tho wrecked passage a short
time before the accident. Everybody
turned pale and looked anxiously at the
dark mouth of the shaft, but no man
volunteered to go to the rescue.
CALLED THEM COWARDS.
The overseer's wife looked stricken
to death; in a moment all life, nil Joy
had disappeared from her face; but
hrr voice was strong and clear as she
"I will go down In the car."
Tho men looked at her in silence.
"lou cowards," she cried, "can't you
even get tho car ready? May you be
deserted and left to die alone when
your time comes."
Two of the miners stepped up to the
shaft's mouth and she started toward
them; but her husband placed himself
In her path. "You fool," ho said, "It is
certain death to go down there now.
No human being could breathe .the
foul gases that fill that mine. The boy
Is dead now; do you think I am going
to let you throw your life away for
"Stand away and let me pass," eho
answered, nnd then, ns he did not
obey, stoe It does not sound womanly,
I know, but she was a muscular wo
man nnd acknowledged no master but
love she knocked him down.
A minute later she entered tho car
and was lowered into tho shaft. She
never camo up alive. Tho miners at
work thereafter could hear her voice
calling through the different passages
tho name of her son, "Bert, Bert, my
There Is a. huunted mine at White
haven, England. An overseer was dis
charged and a nisw one brought on.
The former bitterly hated tho man
who supplanted him, but ho kept his
enmity locked In his own breast and
taught tho new man his work with
apparent cheerfulness. Ono day, with
wicked cunning, tho old overseer led
his successor to a passage whoro he
knew flro damp to exist. A terrible ex
plosion, In which both men wero killed,
was the consequence. Ever since the
mlno has been haunted by .the voices
of tho two men In angry controversy,
followed by tho muffed sound of ancx
plosion. SPECTER OF,A CHILD.
In ono of the Southern States la an
old disused mine In which, it Is said,
may bo seen the specter of a pretty
little child. Tho father of the little
fellow was angry at tho mother and to
be revenged ho took away tho child
and hid It In the old shaft. Ho wtnt
regularly to feed the little one, but one
day while rldlnsr he fell from hla hone
and broke his neck, So the poor boy
was left to dl and his little ghout p-
MR, HARRY BROOKS,
Ills Own Lxporlenco nnd That ot Ills
Vllc--Viiliinblo nnd Interesting.
Mr. Harry Urcoks, a well known onct
vnluablo cltlzon of .New York city, has
parsed through an experlcnco which,
while, it may not bo unuttunl, 1b nono tho
less valuable, nnd is thero given here
with. "Somo years no I was run down by
over-exertion and completely exhausted.
I was nt a loss what to do, but llnally
began tho uso of Duffy's l'uro Malt
Whiskey. A trial completely renovated
my system. I am not n drinking man,
and after being restored I stopped using
this valuable stimulant.
"Itut In tho past year I have been po
weak that I havo had to return to tho
uso of this grand remedy, and I am proud
to Bny, with good result. I havo used,
but not abused Duffy's l'uro Malt
Whiskey, and it certainly Is a grand suc-
"My wit was a short tlmo ago taken
with la grippe, and her physician, Dr.
Kcrln of this city, asked If wo had any
good whiskey in tho house, It so, to glvo
her somo at night. Sho had not slept for
two nights. I gave her somo of DulTy's
Malt. Sho went to sleep and slept for livo
hours. It Is this that makes mo feci
that It is a grand success, and I shall bo
pleased to answer any inquiries."
Thcro arc many peoplo who nro going
through painful experiences which might
bo avoided by tho timely uso of this
grand medicinal whisky.
pears to whoever enters the mine a
pretty 3-year-old boy, with curling
Another mine that was made a pris
on for the Innocent Is to be found In
California. A beautiful Indian girl was
shut up In nn old, disused shaft by n,
discarded lover. He left bread nnd
water enough to last for a few days,
after which she was doomed to slow
starvation. Travelers passing by tho
lonely mlno nt night hear a woman's
volo calling for food and water. At
first It sounds clear nnd shrill with
agony, and then becomes weaker nnd
weaker, until It dies away In a feeble
Conwall Is full of mining supersti
tions, ns Is natural since that is tho
only occupation of tho people, with
tlv exception of fishing.
There Is a public house In that coun
ty with this sign: "Como all good
Cornish boys, walk In. Here's brandy,
rum nnd shrub nnd gin. You can't do
less than drink success to copper, flsh
If on his way to work one of tho
miners passes a snail, ho always
leaves him a small part of everything
he Is carrying for his own lunch, In
return for which attention tho little
creature Is supposed to protect him
from accident and to bring him good
At tho mouth of almost every shaft
Is fastened a horseshoe, and as the
miner descends he never falls to touch
his hand to the mascot, after which
he feels that he Is' safe for that day,
Tho Cornish miners sav that wh'en
Noah's Hood went Into the rea it flowed
from east to west, violently breaking
up the rocks and tearing down the
trees In .Its course. To prove the as
sertion they point out the direction in
which tho great rocka lie In tho mine
and say that they frequently come
across trees extended from east to
One Cornish mine is haunted by a
white rabbit. This specter Invariably
foretells misfortune. Sometimes the
little creature Jumps upon the miner's
shoulder, and tho he Is surely a doomed
Many are the storlss told of warnings
glve.i to miners Just before the occur
rence of some catastrophe. Ono man
was railed three times. At the third
summons ho threw down his pick and
went to see what was wanted. He had
barely moved from his former position
when nn enormous rock fell that would
Inevitably have crushed him had he re
mained. Ono of the great burning mlnesls
supposed to havo been purposely de
stroyeJ. The ghost of the man who
did thi wicked work is seen, when tho
shaft Is dark, to Issue from the shaft,
lie Is enveloped In flame and rises
sh'rleklns from tho ground, pursued by
the spirits of those who lost their lives
through his evil uct.
The miners In the emerald mines at
Muiso. Roralna, sav that the magnifi
cent butterflies peculiar to that local
ity are the spirits of tho mlnos nnd ob
tain their 'brilliant green color by feed
ing on tho emeralds.
A MAGIC CIRCLE.
The Tndlan3 call Roralna "the rd
rocked light mountain." They claim
that It is surrounded by a magic circle
within which no stranger may set foot
without danger from the demons which
are set to guard tho Immense treasure
concealed in the interior of tho moun
tain. On stormy nights, when light
ning flashes, tho demons dance. They
take the form of beautiful women,
dressed In white, and their eyes aro
How strangely matter of course wo
are! When do wo ever think what toll,
what pain has been exDendod In the
productions of nny one of the articles
of our dajly uso? Take, for instance, a
little lump of black coal. Lives may
have been sacrificed, hearts broken, in
bringing it from tho dark home in the
bosom of tho earth to tho light of tho
upper world. And all for what? To
go up tho chimney in smoke; to fall, a
handful of ashes from the grate. Tho
romance nnd bitter reality of life an
too completely blendeJ to ever be truly
On account of Pennsylvania State
Grange, Patrons of Husbandry meet
ing, to bo hold nt Harrlsburg, Nov. Oth
12th, the Delaware and Hudson R. R.
will sell round trip tickets from Scran
ton to Harrlsburg at tho low rate of
Have Opened nn Office nt t
223 SPRUCE STREET. $
Applications for positions in
their new store can be made
dailv beeinnincr Thursrf.-iv.
X with the Superintendent, from
9.30 a. m. till 4.30 p, m.
f Appointments by mail.
JONAS LONG'S SONS,
223 Spruce St. i
FIRE IS NOT
Discovery That Coal Is on Fire In (he
Von Slorch Mine.
FJVB OF THE VICTIMS BURIED
I'lincrnls Were Attended by Largo
Concourses of .Sorrowing Friends.
Tho liody of .Mo run Wns Homo to
Hyde Park Cntliollc Cemetery in
tho Morning. -Other Funerals Took
1'lnco in tho Afternoon.
Burning coal was discovered yester
day morning in the Von Storch mine
by a gang of workmen who were en
gaged in clearing away tho debris of
Saturday's disaster. Tho Diamond
vein In tho vicinity of the plnace where
the flro Is supposed to havo started
was found to bo red-hot and glowing
for a space nf twenty feet and at sev
eral points small patches of coal had
become Ignited. The work of master
ing this new danger was begun at once.
A twin hoso was attached to the
three-Inch water pipes running down
tho slooo from tho breaker to the foot
and during all of yesterday the burn
ing parts were flooded with water.
Last night the work had been so effect
ively dono that tho fire was under fair
The gang of flre-flghters experienced
not a little danirer in the work. The
sulphurous gases from the smoulder
ing mineral could be detected In tho
greater portion of tho mine. Precau
tionary methods to prevent a possible
repetition of the Jerm.vn, No. 1, mlno
horror several weeks ago, by which
five men lost their lives, were adopted
by tho superintendent of tho colliery,
CLEARING UP DEBRIS.
The work of restoration nfter the
great fire was somewhat retarded yes
terday becauso of the new danger.
Nevertheless, great headway was made
In clearing away the debris. It is es
timated that 3,000 car loads or dirt from
the falls In the mlno must be removed.
Tho dirt Is being dumped nlong tho
left bank of tho river. Already a heap
of slate and rock and coal, 300 feet
long, twelve feet high and fifteen feet
wide has been banked up. This track
Is being extended as the mass accumu
lates. Two gangs of men are at work
on tho debris ono in the mine and ono
outsido receiving tho loaded cars on
the plane and sending down "empties."
Another gang is engaged in erecting
new pillars where old ones were burned
out. On the grounds about tho breaker
several massive piles of huge tree
trunks aro scattered nbout. It Is
thought that the work will bo com
pleted In two weeks' time.
Chief of tho Fire Department P. J.
Hlckey visited the mine yesterday and
offered tho services of the department
In the work of fighting the burning
coal. It is not likely that the depart
ment will be called upon to assist.
Six hundred feet of city hoso Is still In
use in tho mine.
Chief Hlckey yesterday secured the
"safety lamp" of tho dead flro boss,
Thomas Hill, as a memento of the ex
citing catastrophe. The lamp, which
was found where the dead bodies lay
on the Diamond plane, shows the ef
fect of the Intense heat to which the
poor fellows were subjected. The gauge
of the Iamo was melted so that the
metal was formed into a solid sheet.
FUNERALS OF VICTIMS.
Yesterday, while men Hero falling
and men were rising in n battle of life,
five coftina were laid away in five new
made jrraves and another chapter in
the history of coal mine catastrophes
that of the Von Storch mine horror
was concluded. The liody of John Far
rell, the flxth victim, w.13 burled in
Hyde Park Catholic cemetery Monday.
Yesterday Themes Hill, the fire boss;
John McDonald, company hand: Thom
as Padden, company hand; John
Walsh, company hand, and John Fran
cis Moran, driver boy, all were given
to the eternal sleep, so terribly begun.
The funeral concourses in every In
stance were largo.
In the morning nt JO o'clock the fu
neral of young Moral took place from
tho home of his parents, 1072 West
Market street. It was the largest at
tended of any. A high mass of requiem
was sung in Holy Rosary church.
Burial was made In Hyde Park Catho
lic cemetery. In the afternoon tho re
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member, no hot water.
I-U1.S & CO., Philadelphia.
Commencing Tuesday, November 2. We Guarantee to
at the Lowest Prices Ever Offered.
At 39 Cents
Illuminated Mohair and Wool Caracule Suitings,
large assortment of shades; all two-toued effects. No
better goods made for service; real value 60 cents.
At 49 Cents
Pin Checks, neat mixtures, Covert Suitings, Henri
ettas, Serges, Bright Plaids, etc. Real value 75c.
At One Dollar
A great variety of Fine Suitings, in the most styl
ish and serviceable goods of our own importation.
UCSA Bazaar Pattern given free with every Dress
mains of Thomas Padden were re
moved from his late home, 1762 North
Keyser nvenup, to Holy Rosary church,
where services woro held. Burial wns.
made In Hyde Tark Catholic cemetery.
Immediately nfter thla cortego left
tho church, that of John McDonald, of
Leggett's Crcelc patch, moved In, and
Fervlces wcro held over tho body. Tho
pall-bearers were F. T. Neary, M. J.
Breunlng, V. Neary, T. T, Ferguson,
John Walsh and John Paddon. Tho
halt hundred carriages In tho McDon
ald funeral passed alone on East
Green Rldce street, near the West
Illdgo colliery, whoro the men met
death nnd, on the right, on lloss nvc
nuo, near tho corner, the mourners
ovsr the lody of John Walsh waited
for the McDonald cortego to pass ho
that they might proceed with their
Tho Walsh funeral was In chargo of
Division 19, Ancient Order ot Hiberni
ans and St. Paul's Total Alistlnoneo
and Benevolent society, from which
tho pall-bearers were selected, ns fol
lows: Martin Mnh'on, Frank Malum,
Edward Ruane, Jnmes Mellody, Martin
Early and John Miller. After tho ser
vice In St. Paul's church, burial wns
made In Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
Tho funeral of Thomas Hill wns con
ducted In tho afternoon, Tho remains
wcro removed from tho family resi
dence on Deacon street to the Prlmltlvo
Methodist church. whro tho serviced
were conducted by Rev. Charles Pros
sei Thero was a large congregation
of th'e, friends of tho deceased, and the
floral testimonials wero very beautiful
and In profusion. Interment wns ef
fected In Forest Hill cemetery.
TRAMP'S AWFUl FATE.
Ln" Down to Sleep on nn Ash Damp
An unknown man died at tho Lacka
wanna hospital last evening from tho
result of breathing sulphurous gases.
He was found nt ! o'clock Monday
morning laying asleep in a. shanty on
au ash dump of the South steel mill.
Tho man wns unconscious. Ho was
removed nt once to the Lackawanna
hospital, where Drs. Newbury nnd
Rank administered remedies, but with
out any noticeable effect. Last night
at 7 o'clock he died.
Tho unknown was dressed In ragged
clothing and was evidently a tramp.
He had probably Intended to spend the
night In tho shanty, but tho deadly
gases from the burning ash dump en
tered his lungs.
Nothing was found on the man's
body to Indicate who ho was.
Coroner P. P. Longslreot will hold an
.Inquest on the body this morning.
Gypsy Mimclnns linvn n Union.
New York. Nov. 2. Under tho namo of
Hungarian Musical society, tho 250 Hun
garian Gypsy musicians of this city have
founded an association against tho rule
of managers, who they claim In lieu of
forming orchestras with gcnulno Tzi
ganes, employ Germans nnd Poles.
For Infants and Children.
ns fis- y .
The Cheapest Place to
This everyono knows who has taken
tho trouble to comparo our prices with
other dealers. Wo do not glvo you shoddy
goods nt high prices, but' wo glvo you
good goods at low prices.
Wo aro selling a variety of GOOD
PELT HATS In tho latest nnd most de
sirable shapes. All colors and Dlack, AT
G9c. Wo would bo pleased to havo you
compare theso prices with tho prlco
Don't fall to seo our display of Trimmed
millinery, Wednesday and Thursday.
A. R. Sawyer,
132 Wyoming Avsnus.
tritlH and all
ders positively cured. Grover Gruham's Dys.
pepsin Remedy is a sueclilc. Ono dose ro
moves nit dUtress, and n permanent cure of
the mot-t chronic and sovcro cases 1h guaran
teed. Do not slider I A (Hl-cent bottlo will
convince tho most skeptical.
Matthews Dros., Druggists, 310 Lacka
Lexington, Ky., Nov. 2. Results: First
rucoi, six furlonps J H C won. Imp fikato
second, Royal Dnnco third; tlmo, 1.19.
Second race, five Mid a half furlongs
Ma Angelina won, Miss Florldo second,
Concpal third; time, 1.424.
Third race, seven furlongs Momus won,
Myth pecond, McFnrland third; tlmo, 1.33.
Fourth race, mllo and quarter Per
formance won, Simon W socond, Winker
third; tlmo, 2.1.
BEECHAM'S PILLS for Stomach and
Wo will glvo you a Dinner Set worth
We arc offering Haviland X
& Co. French China Dinner
Sets at less than the old tariff 0
figures. Your choice of two
decorations on the Ransom v
shape the most famous in q
Beo Hnmplo Set In Window. v
Full set of 1 12 pieces for $25. $
Actual Vnluo $31.00. -
Very large set of 128 pieces 6
Actual Vnlno $30.00. X
You cannot buy this same 0
set in plain white china at
this price. Y
I MILLAR & PECK,
Y 131 WYOMING AVENUE.
6 Walk in mid look around.
For a four hundred
dollar Unriffht Piano.
and we hand you back
If we kept pianos
alone, of course this
would be impossible.
agents, rent, etc., all
cost money. We save
this and turn it over
io you. See the point ?
Best hi the world.
Our piano man is
waiting to play for
you and explain our
easy terms, if desired,
Will you call ?
THE REXF0RD COMPANY
303 Lncltnwanna Avenue.
For a four hundred
We made a special effort this season
to import the largest selection of Fine
Black Dress Goods to be found in the
city. Our German Goods are superior
to all others in touch, and finish. At
$1.00 we display a great variety of styles,
the real value of which is $1.25 and $1.50.
415 and 417
Lackawanna Avenue Scranton,
for some time has given
large results. This busier
business must be made
more so, as we must make
room for our immense hol
iday stock. The bargains
of the past will be intro
duced larger than ever.
Brass With china globe such
Lamps as has been sold at $io.
To make more room
the price is S0.9S.
Squat n blue, green or light
Lamp nts 8lobe and body
prettily decorated; real
worth $1.50, now DSc.
Dinner 100 pieces, tints ot
Set Rrcen Penc'l. brown or
buff and full gold traced
real worth $9.00. This last pack
age goes at SO.OS.
112 Semi-porcelain, three
Pieces co'or decorations and
stipled, gold traced; real
worth $12.00. During this move
ment of goods they're S9.9S.
Floor Full bristles and handle
Brush 8ood' Ione hair; real
worth 75c. Price now 49c
Whisk With bone or ivory
Brooms t0Ps :md rin8s or plus'1
covered tops; regular
Now they go lor 24c.
Of best cocoa and shaped
to go in corners easily;
real worth 20 cents. Our
310 Lackawanna Ave.
J. II. LADWIG.
224 LACK. AVENUE.
5ell Stylish Goods
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