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THE KCB ANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. MAY 14, 1894.
These are the prices that ex
pand i lu purchasing power
ol the American dollar.
One of tlio most important
assortments shown this year
is now on our counters at ."()(.
the yard, and is especially
COnspioUOUl for its exceptional
value. Regular price, 7ic.
At 25c, Par Yard
21-inch Plain China Silks,
Imported to sell for ,vc Such
values a these cannot io
found in any other store.
Black Nun's Veiling
Favorites because so cool, so
light;qualities much Improved
over last year and prices
heavily decreased: in percent
better in quality ami 28 per
cent, lower in price.
40-inch, 50 cents.
Last season's price, 65a
36-inch, 45 cents.
Last season's price, ,"Sc.
Ladies' House Gowns
Prettily made of Indigo Blue
Chintzes, with lull front and
back, i utile aad fashionable
slew es. Price 700 each.
It is to your interest to
Buy Now. The goods W3
have are beautiful and the
Prices are Away Down -Lower
than Down. Come
and see us.
IN CURK'S SUMMIT.
Tidi u cf Interest Up In the Land of
fptc at fe tk$ ttSiatftMt TVIS.ii-.
Clark's Summit, i'a, May 18, Tbi
toner services of Mm EfaenaS Kel
ler (not ) Beisi-er, who wait founu don d
In her chair at tbe advanced kg of 88
years, was eoodaotsd yesterUy. In
terment in Newton cemetery.
Tbe dedicatory services at tlio new
Masonic tiall taut Tuesday evemnir
Were largely iittti lid,
M " K 11 y book!;(eir nt tlio S-.ow-rs
Packing home, moT-d into htf new
hon'j on HuiilatuI perk, Wednes ' iy
last. Her eged mother who resides
with her. cot being iicuu-,totne I to tun
bouse, opened the Wn tig door m 1
B.i ;i-t throiiifli nt.,1 I.-,, lawn cell ir.
Motiving tn in v NVWI bruises.
J.im h llin k ivy has sold hit lionse
and lot, two blocki east on Highland
park. and will build n lart;e homo anon.
Building atill continue brisk, t)
ooutructor baa seven cellars to dii;
Contractor Moyor will move into hia
new residence at WoodlSwU next
Wednesday, lie will buvo the finest
lawn in tb( town.
The imw aleam saw null at travel
Lake is about ready to start.
Clark's Summit tiaa the oldest depot
on the line, and at preteut is a disgrace
to our thriving town.
A number of young ladiss went fish-
ing lost eoninir to Sntnuit lake.
Walter Punly, of LUltou, called on a
friend here last evening.
The bright sunshine aril pure air
brine' large numbers of city people out
for a drift over the billi of old Abing
J.HMYN AND VICINITY.
Ntwi of Oct Day Epllonoiid for Hur
Special to tlf ScKtntnn Trihvne.
JrnMYN, l'a , Ma 18. Mr Lillie
Morrison and children, of liirnimu
ham, Ala., are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Geortfe Walters.
The clerks will play the Hickory Ball
club Monday afternoon on the Kist
Mrs. A. Mosber is visiting relatives
In Starr uceo. tJi
The funeral of Mrs. Rebecoa Fined
will take place Monday. Services will
be held at the boutn ntM Booll pond.
The daceaaed was a si-it ir of William
Scull, of this place.
0 The annual roll call of (be tin ml era
of tlio Daptist church look ptaot this
morning, The services were very en
joyable. The programme for the Epwnrth
loague meeting Friday evening is as
follows: Music, essay, "The Cotton
din," c F. liakwr ; esnay, ''The Sewing
Machine," Mlsa Dana It voter, sing;
essav, "The Steam Knine," MarK
Daniels; essay, ''The Printing Press,"
.Miss Ella OoOUj (luartette; essay, "The
Electric Telegraph," .T. M. Grill) assay,
'Tue Atlantic Cable," VV. T. O .borne.
General discussion by nil memburs will
follow the rending of the papers.
Pat Mullaly, formerly a resident
here, and whose rocetit encounter with
white caps in Pricebnrg ts still fresh
in the minds of Tun TltlBUNR reader',
wao a Jermyn visitor yesterday.
The funeral of Michael M irloy took
place this afternoon and was intended
by a largo concourse of frlemls nnd
A Quarter Century 'IV t.
For a quarter cf a century Dr. King's
Now Discovory has boon tostod, and the
millions who have roceivud bonelU from
it use testify to its wom.erfut curative
powers in all diseases of Throat,' best and
Lungs. A remedy that haH stood the test
hi long mm that lias given so universal
satisfaction is no experiment. L'ach buttlo
is positively guaranteed to glvo relief, or
tli" money r. ill be refunded, it is admitted
to lie the most reliable for Coughs and
S Trial bottlosFree at Matthv Bro's.
Druir Store. Largo size 5Cc, and 41.00.
Highest of all inT-eavcning Towcf. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Valley Survey rorpa Cnuso Much Com
ment by Their Presence.
yjKcial to the Srranton Tribune.
PlTTBTON, May 11 The talk of the
Lehigb Valley company abandoning
the track through town, running all
trains over the canal tracks, and build
ing a new depot at Water street sta
tion, was revived again today, by the
preaenoo here of a cor pi of Valley sur
veyors, who passed Dp the canal track.
In a special c ir, this morning, itoppiug
at every embankment, pier, and build
ing, lying clois to the track, taking
measurements of the space between
them and the or ns they went, The
surveyors and company i Hi tiall would
not say for what purpose tr.e surveys
were bi iug made, then fore, it is not
known what ara the intentions of the
company. 8 iturdey'a Qas itte,
Bnub surmises, while pleasant to
dwell upon, are hardly prODable, Tii
right of way Held by the Lahigfa V il
ley through town is too valuable n
franobite to ralinqntib for tie mN
betterment of Plttston'a loterait, The
presence ot the compitiy's survi-y corjis
is more likely to be duo to the (set that
In tba suit now pending in court Dl -t
ween J. A.Pattaron nnd J. A. Tan
hill, of North Main street, over which
a dispute has arisen BonOerOlog a ntsOf
of laud it is alleged the Lehigh Valley
company if ioi directly, are indirectly,
interested. The dispute bang On the
exact location of imall strip of laud
In the rear of Mr. Tunhih'i foundry
that fringes the old canal and winch it
now OOCODiad by the Lehigh Valley's
"coal be 1' tracks
i sun whicn is b- inn' pushed by
J r. Pitttaraon is etMoted to u trie !
wit lit : the next two weeks mil prom
ises to Le u roy I battle to the l itter
end, ua the pariies ooootrnvd olalo
1!. at each II entitled under their re
pectiva deeds to tliH land in dispute
Mr. Patteraon being interested q tba
Valley company and the fact that a
i. umber of tbe latter's lawyers have
cbarga of the one is considered mora
than ordinary and is looke I npon with
much si gin licence. They are Messrs
Darling A Wbsaton, McOUntock and
John r Laoaban,
Mr. Tonbill tns defendant his placed
Ills interests In tin h.tudsof J ami l I.
Morr;s, of this pace who is justly
termed one of the brig!itsi of yooog
lawyers pmoticlng before tbe Los r::"
bar. Mr. Morns will bu ably asaistad
by UeorgS Moon and K A. Lynch,
br.'ther of .ludg" I.yueh.
nils the ptec I or land In dispute Is
not worth much from a pecuniary
standpoint the loss of it to Mr Tonbill
who lus holds ll would mean roi.sldr
erable as it is prttH lpl entrance to Mr
Touhill's works by rsil in tb' form of a
A siiCHi IUZ1
Ihs Vulcan Iron Works Barely E.iipes
f fecial t the ei intom I'une.
PITTSTON. Pa,, May 18 -At 5 F
o'oloek Batnrday afternoon an alarm of
lir was turned In fr..:u b II ,.!. located
it the comer 01 Bl iter SOd Ann streets,
West Plttston The scene of ttin lir
wi'g tbe moulding depirtia oit of the
Voloan Iron works Whea ton W'Bt
Side couipidy .irrive'd the roof w is
found to be the o ily Part eiTxeled and
a stream of water was promptly
brought to tear tip n it witb good N
fret. In ash rt umt be firemen sns
ceeded In quenching w.iat a few mm
UtSS befor gave every indication of
making a serious confl igration.
The loss, wiule slight, is (inly cot
ered by insurance
l)r KM Wood's Norway loe Srrup was
Used for year, as a prsSSTtpUOU liy a sue
OSSSfUl physician. It la in all respects the
beat cough medicine made today. Sold by
all dealer, ou a i;u iraulee of sail ( i ll n.
Tiwn Talk ar.d BVSSitS 1 and Abe it
the It rough
Sgetlaltaflts Ssrvtalaa WOaaa
PlTtSTOlt, May 12 President of
Council .1 .1. Mingin liss designated
next Wedmsday evening Sor a neariog
Of the S'-velal "paVSUWOt" agents who
are endeavoring t isetir tie- contract
of paving the boroiwh. The meeting
will take plsci ut 7.80 o'clock in the
AM Pennsylvania Ooal company col
lieries except. No. h and Ewon, will
work this week
Emplovss of tbe Bxetsr and Hsldle
lurg eotlleriss, Lehigh Valley Ooal
company, were paid Saturday attar
Charles Law offSri to sd 1 10 to the
proposed fund for n John lirown mem
orial bed in I'ittston hospital, nnd "A
Friend" subscribes rl more, making
thn total ."'. t i date.
Tbe congregational meeting of the
Plttston Presbyterian thuroh to act on
Kev. N. O, Parka's resignation as ibetr
pastor, will be held In the Sunday
school room tomorrow (Monday) even
ing at 7 !1!) o'clock.
The borough auditors will complete
lleir work on the borough audit of
1693-1HM by t .moirow (Mouday) even
ing. It should have be-n completed
March 10th last, according to law, but
the delay in tompleting tho work is
due to tho auditors being prevented
from performing their labors whilo the
Town hall was undergoing repairs.
Tho following jurors from this
vicinity have beon drawn to servo at a
week of criminal court 1- -inning Juno
25: Plttston Thomas Ynte, clerk;
James A llrydon, boss j 1 . It. Staley,
jeweler. Jenkins-Bfeu li ivard, minor ;
Hiram BstOO, oarponter. Yatosville
M. Brennan, miner. BugbsstOWB
Jonathnu Jones, laborer.
Owing to the large population of
Welsh pooplo in A.VOOS, Moosio nnd
Duryoa, it MS been onnsidsred ad vis
able to Orgsnisa a VeIsh-Liiglldi
SabiiAtti school, attd to that end a
meeting wns held in Old Forge school
No. 1 adjoining tho Urick M. E. church
today (Sunday) afternoon,
At the morning service n large num
ber of persons wsro admitted to mem
bership in the West Hide Methodist
Episcopal church to lay.
Reports am enrront to tho efloot
that the Lohigh Valley railroad will
ersct a round house ut Avoca to ac
commodate enainos rnnniug on the
mountain cut off.
Mrs M. Heap, of William street, is
home from Atlantic City.
Tho canvass of our townsman, At
torney George S. Forris, goes merrily
on siiu if ho does not capture the nom
ination for orphans' oourt judge, Pltts
ton will experience one of tho biggest
disappointments it has in years.
About 6 o'clock this evening huge
volumes of smoke were observed blow
ing eastward across the top of the
mountain from tho vicinity of Dallas.
Tho enormous quantity of the same
left many under the impression that a
large lire was in progress.
A report has been in circulation for
a couple of days to the effect that a
case of small pox exist" 1 in one of the
families occupying n portion of Thomas
Barrett's now tenement bonis on ud-
per Luierna avenue. Officers of tbe
j bealtb board made an Investigation to
day and tbey declare that there is no
truth in the report.
C. C. Bowman, of William itreet,
was Friday evening, presented with a
handsome banner by a OOtniBlttOO r-p-
resenting tho High school pupils, in
recognition of bis sirvloei in placing
with his hands the tirst trees ever
planted on the school grounds.
William liuber, manager of th
Pittston Telephone exchange is to b.
tratisfcrre 1 to ttio IXObange St Wilkes
Dirre. James Walton, of Wilkts
ilirre, will succeed Mr. Barber.
Among those Who aiteiolsd the ors
torto ooncert at Wilkeg-liarre Fridav
evening from here were; Mrs C. II.
Maliou. Miss Mahon, C. II. Malion, jr ,
Miss A.gnes Fleming, John 11 liicketts
and Tallia Bvans, ol the Qisttte.
Miss Uaggia McDadf. of Wllkee
Barre, visited imoog friends In this
i harles Dorr, editor an i postm ster
ol Berwick, was calling on old friends
John Mutr.ty, rf New York, is vi.-
ittngbtl brother, T. J Murray, of I re
Mis Haggle Walsh, of Parsons, is
the guest of the Ml-- s l' iw-raou Hr ud
John Bollls, saed 89, had his left
hand m iii I while coupling oars at
C.'Xlou pird to-u gat lit was m
I loved on W liter li .vis' train, llillis
was taken to the ho-pitai At Say re.
Mi.s Ward, who was ths guest of
Mi-s M .rrii, ,t William Street, during
s past wi it, returned to her hum in
L".tle Locale rf Interest to Tar i.e L v-
Irg Ui thn V ,'tey.
?l-e mi fn t'e eront i ifthane.
BTROOBSBOaO, Pa.. U y 18 At a
meeting of (hi Normal sohool tmstees
iiel I las: iiight the ne u txiar 1 was in
angoreted It u arranged rs follows ;
Prsstdent, Seel Etoeenhrans; vies tr. .
ident, Mi ton V tt r, secretary. 1 A
Gardner; treaenrer, L 11 Nicholas. It
area decided i" adv'-rtiso for Hds (ot
the new ktncheu and a notlea to
i mlders can he-eecti luanotiier column
The new addition is to be three stories
ingh. built ol brick, and theiiseli -.
0 feet I'ldi mue. tie lu by May is
In plans ad t I pel IfloatioM ctu p.-
n at tui store of s fteeeakraai it
Last Str oi 1st org
M i rot H W Kistlvr is In N. w York
The QUO ClUb held a practice ibOOt
Biward Brosdbead of tin- Dels wars
Water I isp, ll la towu today.
Daniel SjMogobttrg, a Washiogton,
N. J furniture deal-r. WIS la town
Wlil Beimel an i m R, Ssvaboolwers
vlslton to Portland aad DjI iware sta
tion tod l v.
Frank Weilsr and wl'e an I son, of
Holsiker, at-visiting Llward Weller,
of r.s: Mi' u Ishnrg
Dr Frank Been formerly of this
county, but now located at HarrisburK,
ll visiting fro n ls in town.
Mrs. S W Palmer h.s g ne to W I
llamiport, i'.. to visit n-r dangbters,
Mrs. Charles 11 Kites and Mis S;. w
Mrs Luther I'reher. of Scranton, is
visiting Mrs. ii. It. Smith, of Ksst
htroudsturg. Shi is SsMomp nlelby
William Mutlersoa, of Ksw York.
tod formerly connected with the CAt
aract il use at Butter mils Palls, Is
greeting frlen Is in town.
Miss C 'r.i Shtvely entertained a few
gni its at h'-r boms Issl night, I ' iuies
were playd an I 'he gur-st d-qitrted at
an early h nr.
IVru lodge, No i n Order of Unity,
will hold a gran t socio u'erlainment
Friday evening, May 18, a. I wul b
one of the prettiest horns weddings
evr.- held In Btrottdsburg was the sere
in 'iy p rformsd bv Bev, Q B llotr
mm, of the liethodist Bplsoopal
c . ii ... last nigiit, which buind to
get bet tot life Bmmett Palmer, well
known young m m of this borongb,aud
Miss Osrtruds Keller, daughter of Jo
seph and Bllsn K-ller. Tue wedding
took pi ice at tie' residence of the
bride's parents, Center and llnrk
A li rce and destructive fire broke
out yosterd iy morning in Plko county
about a mile away from J. Otten
bi liner's property at Forest Dark. The
origin of the fire Is Unknown, but It is
thought that some ourclrsi native in
lighting his pipe dropps I S live match.
A public meeting will bo held in ii.
A. K. Hall Wsdnstdsy evening, the
8th lust, under tho ausploss of the
Order of United. Admission free.
After the meeting there will bu an iu
Illation Of Candidates and installation
of officers. .1 lines Walker. Jr., lodge
deputy, will be ptosout.
Several members from this i lice of
tho Hugh do Paynes Commander)',
Knights Templar, will accompany the
order on its pilgrimage to the State
convention at Pittsburg on thl iilst
lust. The pilgrimage is to beeoutlnued
to Washington, Portress Monroe, Bal
timore and Old Point Comfort.
Eyspepsla and Indigestion
In their worst forms ate cured by the
use of I'. I'. 1. If yon are debilitated and
run down, or if you need a tonio to regain
flesh ami lost appetite, strength and vigor,
take 1'. 1. 1'., and you will bo strong aud
hcnlthy. tor shuttered constitutions anil
lost manhood 1'. P, P, (Prickly Ash, Poke
Hoot and l'otiisniutn) is tbe king of all
medicines. 1'. 1'. 1'. is the greatest blood
purifier in the world. For sale by all
When Ttnliy was sle!:, we gave her Cnnrta.
When she was a l hild, Sbe cried f.r (.'nittorla.
Wlien s!i" Is'eame Miss, she clung to Cnstorla.
Whui tiio had Chilurea, she guve thum Custorla,
HON 'SO ALE LETTER.
The C'.mUs Inaugurals un Early Closing
fperini fo the Scranton Trlbunt.
HomSDALB, May 18. The clerks of
Honesdale uut at tiie city hall Friday
evening, about fifty strong, aud ulfeot
ed a permanent organization by elect
ing Hussell Whitney, preiident; Al
Blumonthal, vice prosidjut; E T. Sex
mith, secretury; J Sim Uro.vu, treas
nrer, An executive committee and
committee on resolutions was appointed
as follows: Fred Tolley, Anthony
Shnik, Fred Stone, A. J. ltehboin and
It WIS decided to nsk the merchants
to cIobo all stori nt 0 110 p. in, except
Saturday and Monday nights. Tue
committee appoiuled to wait npon the
merchants mil usk their cooperation
was Anthony Shaik, Hussell Whitney,
G. P. Sointner, Fred Stone and Samuel
K'ltz. The cl-rks are enthusiastic and
intend to make an earnest effort to
cany out tho early closing movement.
The next meeting will be held l'u"s
day, May -,'., at the Town hull nt 8 15
p. m. A vote of thanks was passed,
thanking tho council for th l US, of the
An alarm for lire w is SOUndsd at I! 20
a in Saturday. Ttio fire department,
as welt an many oltiBSUS hurrielly
donned their clothes and rushed to the
engine house, but the binzi could not
be locatod aud after a Wait of soul a
time matters quieted down. Later It
was learned two sh"ds on Gravity
Height! caught lire, the blaze of which
caused such a e niia.
MINOOKA MA ITERS.
Cilsp r.ems of Nswe from Our E iterprle
Ink' Bl u'li-ro 8 ib nb
fpeelol to las BeraafoN rWesaaa.
MmOOKA, Pa,, May 18. M. W. Cu
sick and John McL'rea visited friends
in Providence Bund iy.
John (i illagher and Thomas (,'. ityati
called on llllitowu trie, ils yster lay.
Tlo g un-of ljs tuill yesterday on
the niverslde park tietwesn the xouug
Americana, ot this plsoe,and tbe Morn
ing tilir.es. of Taylor, resulted inn
victory for the forms! by a scora of 11
10 7. The prominent features of tin.
game were home runs by M F Judge,
The Young Am ric ins His Ball
club, of Ulnar's Bill, challenges the
Greenwood Bines to a game at any
tiniH hereafter named.
One of tu most i xcitlng contest in
th" History of luse I all was sern yester
day on the Pries yard between the old
nine Kara: Pi el IN an I the Big 6, Tha
game was p itponed alter tho third
inning on BOCOU it ol broken hats. Tue
score was about 18 00 BSOh si le
Michael Rowley ani T O'Mallsy, or
Bcraaton, called on frimds lu tins
At the regular meeting Of the St.
Joseph Total Ai -t ii"'. ce and Benevol
ent soci Iy, J m s Jo Ig and Pstet
F. C'Uslck Were spp anted delegate to
the aanual eooveouoQ of the Catholic
lotat Ataliuiice I'm n of Afflertee,
wbioh M to eoovene at Wilkes-Barre
Mlrcellanerue It-ni. Of Int'rett In Our
.-jf'Mil fa las , ii, o lubi if.
Pan i irao, Pa . M iy 18 -T..ere will
iw a Be nbileaa meeting in me i eniral
club room, tnis M w I iy vening al T . I
for the purpaee of aomiuatlng oeadt-
dates for delegates to the OOmiog
county c ui vent i in,
J Lk yd, rrf Qlbson, was the g ;et of
bis l retl ' r, J !' . dnrligS the week
There aro several cases of wb oping
cough am iftgst the children in town.
llore.ee Hon!, of Denver, Cot., w,n a
visitor m towu on Thursday
a i nlldlog boom has stmck the town
and it will now be la order for the
ci tn oil to hustlo and istablisli a beard
Of health and Sppotnt the itreet c, tli -mil
. r 1 of r. v are visited by auv
sickness of contagions or infections
r .1 fishing parties who left 1. ere
during the peal week brought borne
euip y bAskeis.
luckier,'. Ainl-a S1t.
7h bSSt salve In the w. ri 1 for"nt
llruo.sv Sue, I'lcvrv Salt Klieuia, IVver
Boise, 'letter. - happed Hand, i hliblatn
torus siel ell skin Krupiioae, and poi
livoly , ure. l'lle ir no pay irqulrnd. It
a guaranteed t give perfect ti-titi 'U
I i BX Say lefinjde.1. i'nce 'Ji ecu:, per
lol tor ule lv Vatlheve Uriel
?"'j,ittit worth of Diamonds to ivo
given away prist i,
Ail the best known racing men
in the 00 an try will compete,
Grand Parade of Wheelmen in
Excursion ratoi on nil ro.uls.
Ten Dollars buys a Hand
some, Best Triple-plate, five
liece Tea Service at Free
man's. Did you ever hear of
a value to equal this before?
This merely serves as an il
lustration of the immense
savins; which may be effected
by buying for spot cash from
a firm that sells for cash
only. No other firm in the
city can offer you anything
like this in value.
1fl FREEMAN f
$ j 0.00
11 rs. Lrtlle (loss
Tyrone City, PsUtt,
After the Grip
Moocl'3 Cave Back Health
That Dreadful Prostration Cc.red,
"0. I. II I A CO., Lowell, Mass.:
"Osntlemsn- a little over a yesr ago, I was
attacked by tbe grip and, after the crisis bad
patted, I as left to weak mill with that ilreacl-
ful prostration, timt I was unable to drsss my
ell for almost nine noaUu. Some friends who
knee Its merits, persuaded me to take Hood's
Sanapsrllla ami I am now taking )' fourth
bottle, I am M tliaakliil to In- abkl 10 say that 1
COO do lay hOUMWOrk, and am gaining DUt
I Sloop Well,
done) have sourness of the stomach, rnn
cat with food appetite I think Rood's Barsn
I'tirilla dc irVCI all tie praise It :;"ts mid mure."
Mas. Lxttii ' oss, Tyrons City, rum.
Hood's Pills ' oi - liver Ills, lUpatlou,
t Ulouiui is, jam. Jut, tick uoa lochs, Indigestion,
YES OR NO
A Wo l-Known Physician,Who,
Among Oth-r Things, Is
Noted For His Franknessj
No one ev, r hesrd It B, Orswerose
tbe phrsse "1 tblok" la bis practice. The
doctor Is one cl theee frank, fearless, hon
est, positive men who Dover hesitate to
ay yes -r n-. s the ease may impure.
"I can core yon" "r "I lame t lureyc
is bit Invarlnble dei -iel a after rxamlna
lioe, nnd to thia fast feel i attrlbntable
os remarkable record srithoot failures.
lint It Would b- -iraljge Hid, rd if the d c
ter Were i.ot a Boretaan u-nnlly success-
fui prsetitloner. Be has been surgeon-ln
chief io More than one i,r tbe largest hoe
pitais.f thl. country, was tetely Deinoa
tratot f Physiology and Borgerysl tha
klrdloo-Cblrnrgieal 0 lege In PbUadel
phla, has been e.,it,Hi aa honorary mem
l-ri.f tl.e Mialico-Chicurgial Association.
..a rradsata of tas (Jarverslty of Pent:
sylvasla, tt&, aad ts Mltl a elose stedeal
A in in s i'h i lm r-. erJ could not fail
to be a Mircsful ptiysiclan under ntu
circa mstaac but when backed bj
nun. .ii, i ii-erv.iti,m in exp eisiou. i r,
:,i bis a mora popslar phrase, the "t
sure ycu ia i lght-thee-goaba id1 ei stem.
It woald be mora thaa strange if failure
Yon can eoaiUlt i'r iie-.ver any day at
Temple Court Building
m 1 SPROl I s 1 .
from 'a am ti.i - m. 1 r,u.'a:i n f,-.
Those suffering txm tfervoas Dtseaasa
ire snaraateed a vara f t such them u
tbe rheeitug wi,rd"Y -e," n. failure Is un
know n In the d.H-tor'a treatment.
Bank of Scranton.
CAPITAL, - $200,000
surplus, - $250,000
Tills lovnk offers to SsaswettefS erory
lariiitv arvawti kn thett aalaasss tu.i
aess iei respws 1 b I ll t v,
S pee tat Mtentloa sjvea i haslesss ae
eeuata I ata reel rataee iimo iirim.iu
II I I vl i OJfKI I t 1'reslilrnt
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WILLIAM ii in k, i iaklea
Miii ii i Caanall, Oeern it. Calling
Alfreii iisrwt Jam as ArenbaM, Heary
Italia, Jr., 1111 10 I iBltb, Luthar
K. II. i
National Bank of Scranton
W. W. WAI Si i.N, Vue President
A. Ii. WILLIAMS, Oiehler.
PAMrsr. ITinrs, james M- KvrnnA nr,
lllVINIl A. 1'lNI'n, PlEIU'F. H. KlM.LV,
' 1 1 I'll J. Jl.HMYSr, M. . Kl.MKIlKIL.
chas, i'. iiAiriiKws, Jons T. PoBTsa.
W. W. Waibon.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
Tills hank Invites tho patronage of buslnoss
tin i mid Uruia geuerully.
400402 Lacka. Ave.
Sole Agents in
Our New Millinery
Dept. Now Open.
Largest Retailers of
from China and Japan.
One entire room
Oriental and Domestic
Rugs and Art Squares.
Built in aDay
Bnl littlo by liitlo the grand
ost eiiipiir of tltt Old World
I K N"T do without bfoiuisi
von bavenM the read money
to buy the PnrnitnreOarpets,
Draperies, stoves, eto., your
need s end incUnntiong dc
mand, when our
stands ready to assume the
Indebtedness and acoepl your
small weekly anil monthly
payments In liquidation.
Scranton for the
Leading House for
Oil Cloths, Linoleums,
and Upholstery Goods,
40(1 and 408
We make a specialty of
If you have not
, ou heard
of our stock of
Lawn Settees and
Leads in Summer
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