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In great variety
at prices
Suit the Times.
DM sh
utwi i
January Sale
Woolen Dress
In anticipation of
our regular annual
stock-taking we have
re-marked all our
Dress Goods stock
so that immediate
buyers may secure
Values in
Rich Foreign
Dress Goods.
Th, Member of the Fifteenth Dotting
Ready to Run Aanln.
Sverial to the Scran (on Tribune.
Honesdale, Pi., Jan. 10 It begins
to look to many exjierinnced observers
bare as if Congressman Myron B.
Wright were getting his fences fixed
ho as to make his calling and reelection
sure. Some of those Republicans of
Wayne county who think it is pntty
nearly timo for Wayno to have a turn
at the congreisional pie counter re
cently endeavored to Beeure ex-Judge
Seely's entrance into the field as an ac
tive candidate.
While ex-Judge Seely did not rebuff
them, and expressed his cordial appre
ciation of the honor thus conferred
upon him, it is understood that ho de
clined to wage an aggresiv, campaign
as an activo seeker for the nomination
Fortunate Golden Harv.st of Wayne
County's Many Apple Grow.rg.
Special to the Scranton Triltune.
Honesdale, Jan. 10. Now that col
lections and returns are all in for tin
year, it is estimated that the uggre
gate amount of cash brought into
Wayne county by tho apple-canning
and apple-pacKing businesi last year
exceeded $85,000.
Apples were shipped into nearly
evwry state and territory in the union,
and somo were exported to Cauada
and England,
Pennsylvania Railway Force on
bury Division I. Reduced.
Special to the Sc nnton Tribune.
Wii.kes-Bahre. Jan. 10. A recent
order issued from the Pennsylvania
headquarters notifying division super
intendents and other ofliciuts to cut
down the force of employes wherever
possible is hemi carried out. The force
on the Snnbury division has been rc
duced 10 per cent.
The company prefers carrying out
the policy of a reduction in the work
ing force rather than continuing nil in
their employ and cutting down their
The secret art of beauty lies not in cos
metics, but is only in pure blood, and
healthy performance of the vital functions
to be obtained by uaiiiir lSurdnck blood
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of .(unction City,
111., was told by her doctors she had 'on-
latnptlon and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles Dr. Mug's new Dis
covery comulotelv cured her and she says
itBaved her life. Mr. Thos. Kggnra, 1U9
Florida St., San Francisco, Buffered from a
dreadful cold, iimiiiiiuiiini.' niisiiiiiptioii,
tried without result everything else then
oouiht one bottle of Dr. ICiutr's New Dis
covery and in two weeks was cured. He
Is naturally thankful. It is such results
of which these are examples, that prove
the wonderful efficacy of this medicine in
Coughs and, Colds. Free trial1 hottlos at
Matthews Bros,, Drug store. Regular size
HJc. and l.
of town corrospon'tonts of Tub TatB
imild sliin thoir mi In full to o:ioU
tf..r Ml r,,t (,,,).H....ti., t.. nnuVll
ftuAAnt.lnn I
vided. He leaves two brothers, D uiiel
Davies, of Denver, Col., and David
Davies, of Clifford.
The funeral will take place Siturday
and interment will be in Clifford.
The News of Monroe's Cap.tal Chroni-
ol.d in Orlsp Paragraphs.
Sicciol to thr Scranton Tribune.
STRoi nsm ito.Jun. 10. Two men who
were looking at a switch mi the Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western rail
road, in Kast Hlroudsburg, were ar
rested by an employe of the company
and taken before 'Squire H. S. Drak
inesday afternoon, 1 here was not snf
ticient evidence to lock the men up.and
they were accordingly given their lib
Mrs. William llafferty died suddenly
at tho home of her son-in-law, i P,
Morey, editor of the Monroe Demo
rat, SIib had been out dunug the
day visiting friends, and upon return-
ng home in tho evening dropped dead
immediately upon entering the house
with heart failure.
The news of Senator Herring's nom-
nation was received by the Pattison-
Harrity faction of this place with a
great deal of favor. Ex Congressman
John R Storm, who was defeated by
Allen Craig for president judge of the
urbon Monroe district, indorsed Sen-
itor Herring. It is hoped that Chair
man llarrity will not forget old Mon
roe in the distribution of the big
the stockholders or the Monroe
County Agricultural society have re
duced their debt to about $700.
Hon. John IS. Storm has resumed the
practice or law, ana notwithstanding
his defeat holds his position as leader
of the Monroe county Democracy.
There has been no arrest as yet of
any body supposed to have had any
thing to do with the blowing up with
dvnamite ot the Norton vault.
The wife of Thomas Kitson, the well
known woolen maiiufacturer.dledTu'S.
day morning after a long illness. Mrs.
Kitson has beeu a sufferer for years,
tod only lately moved into the hand
some residence now occupied by the
Kitson. one of the finest m the town.
l'be Presbvterians are observing this
week as a wsi-k of prayer.
The knights are getting ready for an
elaborate supper soon to be held
Two other members of the afflicted
f ii in i 1 v of Andrew Albort are down
with diphtheria and not expected to
ive; Threeueatus have already oc
A reward has been offered for the ar
rest or trie burglars wno roooeu me
Water Gap postofflco a few weeks ago
Kevival services are being held in
the Methodist Episcopal church, and a
few conversions are reported. The meet
ing is in cnargeor rcev. Mr. rionman.
pastor of the church, assisted by Rsv.
H. K lsett and others.
The dispute about when the term of
the county chairman begins is sud
denly brought to a close by the an
nouncement of Senator Shull.th pres
ent incumbent, that he will step out on
his own accord on Jan. .'0. liobert u.
Burnett, the popular young attorney,
will take charge of the office of coantv
chairman of the Democratic party in
Don't forget to subscribe for Tin:
Tribune and secure one of those ele
gant half Ituisian dictionaries. The
terms are if 1 for the first month and 4
cents for additional months. Orders
left at Keller's Novelty store will re
ceive prompt attention. iuibune-
will be served in East Strondsbnrg by
Gtorgi Shively ; Old Stroudsburg by
Keller .Novelty company.
Instructors of Lackawanna Township
Form a Permanent Oriranizstion.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Taylor Pa,, Jan. 10. The teach
ers or LiiicKawanna lownsuip
met in Nfts school Wednesday to
discuss the advisability of holding
monthly local institutes m conformity
witli the request by Superintendent
Taylor at the last county nistitnto. A
full representation of the teachers of
the townhip were presnt and after h
few preliminary remarks on the neces
sity of monthly meetings by Superin
tendent J. F. Foley, 1'rofessor X. P.
Joyce, T. J. Coyne, F. (i. Ofhourn",
Miss jjKate Burke and others it was
resolved that the first session of the in
stitute be held on Saturday, Jan. 27, of
the present month A permanent or
ganization was flrected, J. i. 1'oley
being made president, and-1 J. Coyne,
secretary. The teachers in general
iificussed and outlined the course of
instructions that win be tanon up at
their monthly gatherings. The subjects
include all the course of studies in our
common school curriculum
A committee on programme was
appointed, consisting of the fol
lowing teachers: T, P. Joyce,
Minooka; T. Q. Osbonrne, Pyne;
Miss Kate Burke, Taylor: Miss
Watkins, Bellevuo, and Miss Monies,
Moosic. This committee will
meet In No. 3 school in Minoona
next Friday at 4 o'clock p. m.,
to arrange a programme for tho first
meeting of the institute. Judging
from the interest manifested in school
work by the teachers at this first meet
ing, good results are expected from
those monthly gatherings. As the
meeting was abr.nt to adjourn, Mr.
Repp, one of the directors of Old Forge
school board, called and stated that
the teachers of l.is district had resolved
to hold a series of institntes and that
they would be glad to join with those
of Lackawanna in joint lession. This
proposition was favorably considered
and in the near future a centrally lo
cated place may be selected in order
that both districts can m let together.
An Eventful Car.er Is Drought to an
Honord Close,
Spcctnl to the BofflUOH Trilmne.
FokestCity, Jan. 10 John It. Da
vies, formerly a resident of the West
Side, in Scranton, for eighteen years,
died of pneumonia at 5 o'clock this
morning at his home in this place. Mr.
Davies moved to this plane from Scran
ton about two years ago and assume 1
tho proprietorship of the late Isaac E
Davies' hotel.
Mr. Davies was born in Brekinshire,
Wale, 1885, and came to this country
at the age of 11 years. When the war
for the freedom of the slavos from
their shackles broke out Mr. Davies
was one of the first to enlist, of course,
with the north. He enlisted in the
One Hundred and Thirty second regi
ment of Pennsylvania Volunteers, and
in it did heroic and gallant service for
his country, participating in some of
the greatest campaigns for a period of
three yenrs. Mr. Davies has been for
many years a member of Ezra Griffin
post, 130, Grand Army of the Repub -lie,
of Scranton.
He is survived by a wife and seven
children whom be hat left well pro-
Pithy Paragraphs of Maple City Mew
Specially Reported.
Special to the Scranton Trilatnc
Honksdai.U, Jan. 10 The firm of
Ktantz &c Co.. shoe dealers, composed
of William Krantz and Otto L. Schnel
ler, will soou bo dissolved. Mr. Krantz
will continue the business The store
will be in charge of Sex Smith, who,
until lately, was on tho road for the
Honesdale Shoe company. Mr. Schuel
ler has not yet decided what he will do.
Myron E. Simons has given the con
tract to Richard Brown to convert the
factory lately used by Noble A. Ray
for decorating purposes, into a double
tenement bouse.
St. Joseph' Aid society will give a
grand masquerade hall in Liederkrantz
hall tomorrow (Thursday) night. The
music will be furnished by Metzgar's
orchestra. Admission, 50 cents ; ladies,
25 ceuts.
One of a number of small boys who
occasionally "hook" fruit from deal
ers on Main street, came to grief last
evening. Amid tears and pleading ho
promised his raptors never to do it
again Small boys usually practice
this slv art onco too often.
A Honesdale gentleman has re
quested The TrIBURI agent to say
taat if the person who found his glove
on Main afreet will kindly call on the
agent he will be presented with the
other, also.
Rev. M. J. Watkins, of Factoryville,
will deliver the third of a series of
lectures at the liaptist church tomor
row oveniug, Greet the reverend
speaker with a crowded house.
Lawrence McDonald Says He Is Innocent
of Ki-i Father's Murder.
Sfecia1 to the Scranton Tribune.
Honbbdale, Jan. 10 'Squire Snow,
of Prompton, appeared before Peter s.
Barnep, jmtice of the peace, at the
court house this morning, and at 10. lo
a.m. swore out a warrant for the arrest
of Lawrenco McDonald, who at that
time was in j dl charged with drunk
enness. The warrant was given to
Ooustabl" Brown and twenty minutes
later he brought into court with
his conusel, C. A. McCirty and F. P.
'Squire Barnes, r;ad the warrant,
stating that W. V. Snow, of Prompton,
being sworn, said that on the S-venth
of January Thomas McDonald was
found dead, and in a condition that in
dicated violonce; that a jury w is im
panelled and that he acted as coroner;
that the jury brought in a verdict stat
ing tiiat tne death of Thomas McDon
ald was OSIMtd by violence and, to
their belief at the hands of Lawrence
To the question of guilty or not
guilty, the prisou"r pleaded not guilty
and waived a hearing. The next grand
jury, before which Liwrenc McDju
aid will appear, meets Feb. 20.
Young Son of And ew Albsrt Aided to
h Fatal List
fyecfal to thi Scranton Tribune.
StRODDSBURO, Pa., Jan, 10. Another
death from diphtheria has occurred in
th family of Andrew Atbert.of Water
Gap, making a total of four deaths in
this family from the same disease in
side ot ten days. The latest victim was
a young boy who, during tUo illness of
the other, acted a a cook for the
bereaved family.
The house containingthe unfortunate
little ons has been quarantined by
the board of shealth of that place and
every effort is being made to keep the
disease from spreading in tho com
munity. S.) far this effort has been
successful Two others are sick in the
same family and one is reported likely
to die and the other may recover.
Thomas G. Cougblin Leads Miss Mary
Collins to the Altar.
Special to thr Scrantnn Tribune.
OaRBONDALB, Jan. 10 Tnis morn
ing at 0 o'clock occurred the marriage
of Miss Mary A Collins and Thomas
G. Coughlin. The ceremony was per
formed at St. Roso church by R iv. J.
V. Hussie Professor Stockman, or
ganist at the church,' played Lohen
grin's wedding mirch. Miss Susan
Banks was bridesmaid and John J.
Coogan attended the groom
After the ceremony the party was
Iriven to the home ot tho bride's father,
John P. Collins, on South Church
street, where a wedding breakfast was
njoyed, and on the Delaware an 1
Hudson 8 o'clock passenger train the
newly wedded couple took their de
parture for New York. On their re
turn to this city they will take up
their resilience at 3S Itiver street,
where a newly furnished homo awats
their arrival.
Ten Thousand Dollars Addsd to Proi
prnu Bank's Borplui Fund.
Sfn-i iol to the Scranton Trittune
Camion pale, Pa., Jan. 10 At the
nmiual meeting of the stockholders of
the Miners' and Mechanic' Savings
bank on Tuesday afternoon tho follow
ing directors were unanimously re
elected: Alfred Pascoe, I) E. HVndrick,
H P. Patterson, s. A. McMullen, V.
VV. Watt, D. Scurry, John Jermyn,
W. W. Lstbrop and C. E. Spencer.
They also re elected the old officers and
retained the same clerical force as fid
lows: President, Alfred P.ncoe; vice
president, E. E llendrick; cashier, C.
E. Snencer; tellers, C. G Avery and J.
11. Paul; bookkeepers, E. A. Wheeler
anil George Paul.
The usual dividends were declared
and the mini of $10,000 has been added
to the surplus during the piist year.and
in theso tunas of depression this is a
most encouraging report.
Miss Nellie Murphy, of Olyphant, Be
comes Mrs. Llnde.
Spcciut to the Scranton XW&UttO.
ARCHBALD, Jan. 10 Last Saturday
Professor Cbnstopher Liode, .. well
known Archbald musician, aud Miss
Nellie Murphy, of Olyphant, were
married nit Blughamton. Mr. and Mrs,
I, mile returned to Archbald last
Thursday night.
Both are well known young peoplo.
Mrs, Linde has for some tlm past
beeu a teacher in the Olyphant public
sobooll and Professor Linde is well
known throughout the valley as a mu
sician of more than ordinary ability.
When Tlaliy was sleV, we nave her Castorls,
When she was a Child, she cried for Custorla.
When slie lieenme Miss, she clung to Castorls,
When tho hud C'uiMreu, -lie uavotuciu Ciutoria,
G. O. Cathesa has bought a large lot
of Wm. Atherton, opposite El. Welss's
residence and will eroct a neat cottage
iu tbe near future.
Mr. Martin has the lumber on the
ground for his new residence.
Ed. Dunlap has stone masons at
work on his collar.
The Misses Bortrees has a tenant in
the vacant half of their new house.
Samuel Smith has a new piano.
Mr. Calvin has bought Mrs. Well's
The tax payers are very much In
censed over the unnecessary expense of
heating school No 1.
It is rnmored photographer Wells'
house has beeu sold,
The singing class under the leader
ship of Prof. Thuyer, of Nicholson, is a
decided success and was materially
aided last evening by a number of good
singers from Clark's Green.
Young Mr. Celham is still very low
witli pneumonia. Mr. Phila is convalescing.
Albert Crown, of Dovor, N. Y.
calling on friends here yesterday.
O-icar Mayo has moved his family to
Green Ridge.
Mrs. Sylabee is very sick with
Dr. D Kelly was called to Honesdale
yesterdav on account of the serious ill
ness of his brother.
D. P Lewis has moved into tho house
of N. H Johnson, on Brook street.
Albert Chapman received a slight in
jury last Tuesday while at work at the
Sterrick Creek breaker by falling off a
trestle and striking on the frozen
ground below.
Richard Wren is home again after an
absence of two weeks, whore he was
called to Louisville to the bsdside of
bis father, who is very ill.
Frank Callender was a caller in town
this week.
All members of the Independent Or
der of Old Fellows' Hall assojiation
are requested to attend lodge meeting
Friday evening, as business of impor
tance is to he transacted.
A. N. Thorp spent Sunday with his
parents at South Canaan.
Mrs. Mncklow and daughter Efti. of
Avoci, visited R-v. and Mrs. E. P.
Duty Tuesday and Wednesday.
Rev. W. H. Pearce, D. D., of the
Elm Park church, Scranton, .delivered
a very interesting lecture Tuesday
evening at the Methodist Eniscopal
church. Subject: "Among the Heights
of Carmsl."
Miss Maine Moran, of South Scran
ton, called on friends iu town last Sufi
day. The Davis Comedy company is hold
ing forth at Father Matthew hall this
week. They are playing to good audi
ences and their performances give s itis-
M. F, Mcil ale wishes it to be under
stood that he is still in the field as a
possible candidate for burges, and
will seek the nomination at tne D -m )
'ratio convention to bs held Jan. 22.
Reports to the contrary are false.
Manager J. H. O'Hearn, of Carbon
dale Academy of Music, was in town
An infant child of Thomas Siddons,
of Hill street, dUd last Monday. T ie
funeral took place Friday afternoon,
and interment was msde in the Catho
lic cem-tery.
Miss May Birs, of Cirbondale, called
on friends in town last Tuesday.
There is a slight improvement in the
condition of Michael Kenny, who is
seriously ill witti typhoid fever, Hs is
not yet out of danger.
George Miller, who for the past year
lias been working in Chicago, returned
home last Saturday.
James F. Judge and P. F. McAn
drew, of Scniutoii, were in town last
Work on tho Crescent electric light
plant is progressing rapidly. A large
force of man are engaged in stringing
the wires throughout the town audit
is said that we will have light in about
two weeks
Dr. EX Grewer
m Philadelphia Specialist,
And Ills ussoclutod ftair of KiiglUh and Her
man HjyBlciuim,uro now purmauontly locatod
Temple Court Building
.11 1 SPItloCF. ST.,
Wbcru tho limy bo consulted DAILY AND
Tho Doctor h n graduate ot the University
of Pennsylvania, formerly demonstrator of
physiology nnd surgery at tho Modico-Chlr-urglcul
College, of Philadelphia. lt in also
an honorary member of tho Medico Chirur
gtral Association, and was physiciau and
Surgeon in chief of tfm nioHt noted American
ami Ueimaii hospitals, coinos hr;ldy indorsed
by tho loading professors of Philadelphia and
Now York.
Ills many years of hosoital cxnerieuoe en
ables this eminent physician and surgeon to
correctly diagnose and treat all deformities
and diseases with tho most Battering success,
ami ids I i h standing in the state will uot
all w him to accept anv inrurabto case
I lls l MAMIeuh RKmTOUKD.
Jtyouhiive oeen given up oy your phyel
c an call upon the doctor and ho examined,
lie cures tho worst canosof Nervous Debility,
Scrofula, Old tioroe. Catarrh, Piles. Fomalu
Wcnkncss, Affections of tho Ear, Kye, Noso
and Throat, Asthma, Deafness. Tumors, On
cers and Cripples of ovory description. Con
sultation in English nnd German Free, which
shall lie considered sucrod and utriotly conll-
(irtlco Honrs: OA.M. to J 1'. M. Daily.
Sunday, 0 ii.m. to ' p m.
Sirs. Sarah Tvtxier
oi Pulladejptua.
"Bad Spells" with the
Dizzy, Faint, in Despair
Hood's Samnpnrllla Cured.
"I have suffered very much during tho past
lew years from
Hoart Trouble
Fhyslsisni said i might live s number of years,
inil.ln dir nny day. I could usually tell when
the Worst attacks were coming on liy leellng a
sharp pain In the heart, then violent thumping,
shortness of breath, followed hy a coldness com
ing all over DM, then DtSSIlrBSS, kaintniss,
and then, unless 1 r.onld lie down at once I
would fall wherever I was. 1 never dared to bo
left alone for 1 linil to have help at once and
that applied with vigor. I could not do any
work, even to sweeping, ami had to bo careful
r the least excitement. I got very much dis
couraged at the outlook ami thought
There Was No Hope
Of over finding anything to help me. One day a
friend asked, ' Why'don't you try Hood's Hursa
parilla? I thought It over and decided to try it,
and I thank Qod for It too. Since 1 began tak
ing It, three years ago, I have had but ono ' bad
spell' ami that WSJ due to carelessness on my
part, and from that I 'illicitly recovered. 1 can
not tell you how much better I feel and helv
thankful I am. I feel as If 1 would like to If II
livery person In the world about It. I can and
do now do all my housework, even to washing."
una, Babah Tonus, B09 Latimer street,
Philadelphia, Pa.
Hood's x Cures
" 1 know Mrs. Sarah Trexler from having pur.
chased Hood's Sarsaparllla for a long time, and
have evory reason to believe that the above
statement Is true." K. & K. 1. SiiocLr.vi
Pharmacists, Ml B. Thompson St., Philadelphia.
Hood's Pills are the best family cathartic,
senile and effective. Try a box. 20 cents.
Seeds and
Large Medium and
White Clover,
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
Third National
Bank of Scranton.
Statement Dec 10,1803, called for by
the Comptroller of the Currency.
I.onns Ml, 304, 473. 40
Overdrafts 740.88
l ulled States Bonds 800,0(1(1.00
Oilier ltoniU 448,197.7!!
Hanking Hons U8,07I.4A
Premiums onU. s. Bonds.... 17,443. 7S
One from U. 8. Treasurer lo.ooo.on
I lie In. in II. ml. 891,130.00
tush 173,600.08
Capital 8300,000.00
Manilas ,340,000 00
Undivided Profits 80,038.80
irculatlni 169,000.00
lllvidends I op. mi I.S.X'.' ."ill
lie posits. 1,799,986 XII
Duo to Hanks 80.11'.' l it;
WILLIAM roNNKLL, President,
UliO. II. ( ATI. IN, Vice-President.
WILLIAM B. PUCE, (ashler.
William Connell, George ll. ratlin,
Alfred Rand, Henry UelTn, r., dames
Ari-bbiild, Willi. mi T. Smith, l.uther
Tli fs bunk oflVra tn 1pnKltnrB rvcry
fact lit; warranted by their iulaQc?K, im-i
cms ami retpoiulbllltys
Bpeolal "Mi niion given to ImikIupmn ao
eount. Interest paid on time deposits.
National Bank of Scranton
CAPITAL $250,000,
SURPLUS $25,000.
There are hundreds of young men and youug women iu this
country who have splendid ability, but they have never been
wakened up.
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Has beeu an inspiration to hundreds of young people, If you
are tired of Inactivity and want to do something tangible,
come to the College.
SHORTHAND 0OUR8B. p mQJ)$ pr0prietor
PAMIT.I, fIIES.President
W. W WATSON, Vice President,
A. 11. WILLIAMS, Caehior.
Sami-f.i. Mines, jamks M- EvunnAivr.
Irvino A. Finch, PibbcsB, i-im.cv,
.li'M I'll J. .Ii ii m v N, M. ti. K8!88i
CUAS. P. UATTBBWS, John T. Pobtkii
W. W. Watson.
Thin bank InVites the (tetronsgs of business
men and linns generally.
DKITKR RIIOK CO., lni-'p. Capital, $1. 000.000.
"A dollar rates' ii a dollar earned.
This Ladles' solid Freneli Dongola Kid Hnt
tou Hoot dollvercd freo any where In the U.S.. 0B
reeeliit ot t suh, M eney 'ruer,
or Postal Nolo tor fl.fiO.
Kqml every wuy tho hoots
olil In all retail ItOrSS for
83.50. We mats thi hoot
ourselves, theivforu We guar-
antte the fit, W """ ,rr,,ri
and If any ono fa not ntlnlled
wo win reiiiiiu me iiienvj
or sSofl soother pair, uper
l'oo or UODHBOa Prime,
widths (', D, E, Sc .,
res 1 to H and hull
ties. Send your lte;
ill Itt you.
'BsaBBaWidesW .T"-,n
Hsnra - , , . iciaasssF
406 and 408 Lackawanna Avenue.
"YyE have completed our inventory and
naturally have found some odd lots
which we will close out at actual cost.
They Must Be Sold
In our Carpet Department you will find
bargains in Tapestry Brussels, Ingrains,
and in the liner grades, such as Moquette,
Velvet and Axminster.
Dropped Patterns, Remnants, and Old
Pieces will be sold regardless of cost.
RIIRQ sPecial 30-inch Smyrna Rugs,
OUUu $2.50; reduced from 33.50.
Dry Hemlock
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building,
fWS Scranton, . Pa.
XJTlIILE many niHmifacturera nnd dealers are making extravagant stats
nicnts concerning tho merits and durability of medium or low trails
pianos, intending purchasers should not tail to examine the famous
Illustrated book containing valuable information on pianos on application.
C .T ft. 123 Adams
iii nm iiiian
III lUtSTOX. .11
Special term) la Vtultrt.
Dexter Shoe Go.
than he wanted did not sell
as many for holiday trade as
anticipated. We have re
lieved him of some at a very
low price. You can judge if
you care to relieve us by
looking in our window or
coming into the store; our
price on them is much lower
than regular cost.
Remnants of Carpets and
Odd Pairs Lace Curtains are
moving lively. Have you
had your pick?

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