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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNINO,' APRIL 9, 1895. GORMAN'S QUID DEPOT. DRESS GOODS. Busy days anions tho now Dress Materials. Now invoices this morning and a new grip upon low prices. 3G-incli all Wool Serge. Beauti ful assortment of nil tho new Spring shades. Instead of 3'.to. the price is now 23c. the Yard. HATS AND BONNETS. Trimmed and untriiumod, at most moderato prices. TRIMMED UA.T3 and BOX NETS, exquisite, artistio produc tions of expert Milliners, from $1.73 to $13.01) CAPES, WAISTS AND SEPARATE WAISTS An attractive showing of all the up-to-date styles. STYLISH SHORT CAPES mad with the new full sweep ribbon collars and newest trimming ef fects, $3 9S $5.30 and $7.50 DRESS LININGS. Lowest prices in town. Choic est styles and best qualities. for April is now ready and given away to all who call for it. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT. DR. REEVES, 412 Sprue Street, Soratiton, Pa. Specialist on Nerve Troubles, and Diseases of th Heart, Lunrs. Kid neys, Liver. Womb, Stomach, Bladder, Head, Fits and Epilepsy. He with his assistants treat all diseases of the Bye, None, Ear and TMVat, Dys- peptla. Rheumatism, Lout Vitality, Nerv ous Debility, Female Weakness and Irreg ularities, Nlsjhtly Losses and Errors ef Youth, Lost Manhood, Vaiiorocele, Wood Poisoning;, Eczema, Scrofula, St. Vitus panre, Diabetes, Blight's Disease, Asthma, eta YOUNG MEN QUICKLY CURED. THBEE MONTHS' OFFER Any one snfferlns; with Catarrh who wishes to be permanently, quickly and cheaply cured may receive three months' treatment for only FIVE DOLLARS. The doctor has discovered a specific for this dreaded disease. You can treat and cure yourself and family with It at home. It never falls to cure, A trial treatment free. OFFICE HOURS-Dally, a. m. to p. m. ; Sunday, 10 to 4. CARPETS Examine our new line of Spring Goods. All of the latest designs and colorings, and our prices lower than any other house in the trade, for goods of the same quality. CURTAINS AND SHADES of every description and quality. WALL PAPERS . We are overstocked and will sell at prices about one-half the reg ular price, as we need the room. J.Scottlnglis 429LICKAW1.MHVENIJE. FABRICS NEW M1LF01U). .' ; J. H, Snfford Is In town. The latest rumors regarding the re sumption of the tannery have It that the concern will resume business about " . July 1 next, i :."' ' . A. B. Smith, nr., has so far recov ered from his recent Illness as to be taken to the home of tola son, in Mon trose; '. - ' ' -, Professor Hanrahan's grand hop at the Opera. House will occur on April '" It i t .' . , .1 '...' i 1 NEWS OF THIS VICINITY TU N KH A jixOCK. Charlie Swisher and Siimuel Btark returned to Wyoming Bemlnary Satur day night, lifter a brief visit at home. Couley Klntner, who Injured Ills hip by fallliisr upun the nil road truck Bonie time qro, wus removed to the Hubert Packer hosiiltul at Suyre Huturduy. , At the dale nf Illhiula horsi-H at the Koeler hiiuae burn Saturday, line look ing animals were knocked down at from to $50, and nune run above $75. Thoy were nt wnrnuut plugs, discarded by some ' street railway company, but youiif?, fii'tih' lnukliitf anlinalH that will do an good service upon the farm or roud as any that can be found. When horses can be transported from the west und sold here for micli prloeH, the profit to the breeder mum be lariftly IniuKlnary. Tn White Klbbxns will Klve a ten rent Rocltil at the pleasant home of Mrh. O. C Miller Wednesiluy evening. A tine inuxlelal and literary profrraninie will be rendered, and u templliiK Spread will be laid out for all who come. Lewis W. Lett, an elderly Forkston mun, was burled Friday. He leaves six children, amoiiK them being Mrs. U. W. Ferris, of this place. The old rookery on Warren street, known as "(?astle Garden," has been purchased by Mrs. C, 11. Koon, who will have It demolished and a comfortable residence erected In Its stead. It has sheltered a motley array of moving planets In the years pone by, und Its removal from one of the busiest thor oughfares in the town will be balled with Joy. At the sheriff's sale of real estate on Saturday the John E. Hall, property in Kails township, was struck off to W. A. Townsend. who held Judgments against It for $5S0. The land III Washington township, belonging to P. S. Roberts, was knocked down to the executors of 'he O. H. Loomls estate, who Issued the execution' for $50. ' Mr. Mary J; Scull hns returned from Moscow. Alvin. .11. Smith and Mrs. Louisa Crawford, widow of the late George- W. Crawford; were married Suturday by Kev. George Mine. Nicholas Fox, proprietor of the Peo ple's store,. is iiulte 111. Mrs. M. R. Jackson has gone to Washington. D. C, to have a monu ment erected In the national cemetery over the grave of her husband, who was aji. .olUcer in the United States army. A. O. 'Feldman has abandoned his Jewelry' and' watch repair shop in the Bardwell building and gone to work at the spool factory Mrs. Warren. Kasson hns gone Into a decline with consumption, and her physician gives no hope of recovery. Stewart M. ' Williams, of Vose, and Mary D. Travis, of Meshoppen, are among the. newly wedded people. The quarterly parade of the blind took place before the court of quarter sessions again yesterday. If Columbus had been a constable he never would have discovered anything. Up town residents are getting dally consignments of polygalters and other saurlans through their water pipes, an other Bure ' harbinger of returning spring. At the appearance of D. N. McKee, of Scrantun, .before Esquire Kutz yester day on charge of violating the state law In regard to practicing the healing art without having registered as a phy sician, the defendant waived a hear ing and gave ball for appearance at court. . McKee was accompanied by H. T. Howell, Curtis Crame, A. L. Jones and E. M. Jones, all of Scranton, who announced ' themselves as Christian Scientists,' and who came along as sup port to- their leader In his troubles. Mr. Howell announced that they be lieved the law unconstitutional, and were determined to fight It out to the last court of resort In order to test the matter.' "We purpose to see," said he, "whether a man shall not be allowed to die without the aid of a doctor." He further asserted that before the fuss is over every man in Tunkhannock will be a Christian Scientist. At the annual missionary roundup In the Methodist Episcopal Sunday school about $191 were found In the barrels, a gain of nearly $20 over last year. The Easter programme was very nicely ren dered arid the occasion was one of un usual enjoyment. A letter from Mrs. C. J. Reed, at Ft. Meade, Fla., states that she will start for home some time this week. She will probably stop along the route, ar riving next week. The Uradford, Pa., capitalists who drilled for oil near Forkston lust sea son, have abandoned their well and are giving up their leases. This looks as if they consider the prospect of find ing oil in this county a discouraging one. . The case of Fred Wall, charged with the murder of G. W. Waterman, was brought before the court yesterday af ternoon and the defendant, on being arraigned, plead "not guilty." Then began the long and tedious Job of Im paneling the Jury, One after another the Jurymen were set aside until 6.15 RESCUED FROM TORMENT. Every Joint in His Body Racked with Rheumatism. Could Not Alove ' Ills Arm and Was In Constant I'nln-A True Story of a Kcmnrkahla Cure. William F, Mnler, 18 Park Place, Zanrjs vllle, Ohio, says; "About a year ago 1 hud to quit work on account of rheumatism. I had the disease In my hips, back and arms. In fuct, In every Joint In my body. The pain was lntens, and I suffered tho most excruciating' agony. My doctor could .lot do anything for me, and I tried every remedy that could be suggested; nonrof them did me any good, and finally my ,'olnts became stiffened and sore. At times I could not move my right arm, and was In constant pain. I procured a. bot tle of Munyon's Rheumatism Cure, and within a , short while was completely cured. I am free from stiffness and pain, and enn cheerfully recommend Munyon's Homody as the best I have ever known." Munyon's Rheumatism Cure acts almost Instantaneously, curing many obstinate cases In a few hours. It Is guaranteed to cure rheumatism In any part of the body. Acute or muscular rheumatism cured In from one to Ave days. It never fulls to cure sharp, shooting pains In the arms, legs, side, back or breast, or soreness of any part of the body In from one to three hours. It promptly cures lameness, stiff and swollen Joints, and all pains In the hips and loins, .chronic rheumatism, sci atica, lumbago or pain In the back are speedily cured. It seldom falls to give relief after one or two' doses, and almost Invariably cures before one bottle has been used. ' , Munyon's HomeOpathlo Home Remedy Company, of Philadelphia, put up speci fics for nearly -every disease, which are sold by all druggists, mostly for 25 cents a bottle. . o'clock, when George W. Rond, a mil ler for Gregory & Overfleld, at Me slioppen, was sworn, He was alone in the- box wbn ; court - closed fot the night.. . ', Mrs. .L. Phillip's.' nee Miss' LetltUi Loom Is, of Ruffalo, N. Y.; Btopped over Sunday with her brother-in-law, ex- Judge Phillips, while en route to New York city. Mrs. Phillips Is proprietor of one of the most fashionable dress- making establishments In the I.uko City, and her husbuud Is a successful medical practitioner. Miss Vera Slcklcr, of Falls, Is visit ing Mrs. Mury Muivy. ARC mi ALU. The Men's mission, which hud been conducted in Ht. Thomas' church dur ing luHt week, closed on Sunday eve lilnfi. The final exercises were con ducted by Rev. J. J. Curran, of Carbon dale, who eloquently presented the teachings of the Catholic church on the temperance question. The largo au dience listened with Interest to bis en tertaining address. At Its conclusion Father Conierford thanked the congre gation and the priests who cu-opcra led In making the mission the great suc cess It bus been. Thi nttehdunce dur ing tho mission at both morning and evening services was gratifying in the highest degree. Each evening the spa cious church was thronged, and tho morning masses were ulso very Well attended. On Sunday morning neurly every man of the congregation re ceived communion, and the spectacle they presented bh they marched up to the altar rail was one long to bo re membered. There were at least eight hundred In the procession. The event of Sunday morning was the crowning feuture of the mission, und wus a lit ting climax Ut. the zealous work of Father Conierford und his able assistant, Rev. Dr. Lucas. Miss Mury O'Hara, of Syracuse, N. Y., who has been visiting relatives here for the past ten days, will return home to day. Rev. Michael Miller le here on Fri day to assume his duties as assistant to Father Sheridan, of Ck-urlleld, vicar general of Erie diocese. At thls'evcnlng's meeting of the coun cil an application will be made by a telephone company for permission to erect Its poles and string Its wires In this borough. Tho company is said to be anxious to extend its system through this valley, and hus already been In operation In Wayne county. It Is nlso said that an effort will be made to have the telephone more generally used here and that the new service will be consid erably cheaper than that now operating in this borough. . The Misses Aggie and Mary Sweeney have opened a millinery and dressmak ing establishment on the public square In part of the building now occupied by M. G. Melvln. A number of children were confirmed in the German Lutheran church yes terday morning. The services were conducted by Rev. Miv Sc-heraburger, who also preached an Instructive ser mon. The "Social Glass" will be presented by a capable company In the Father Mathew Opera house on Easter Mon day night. The proceeds will go to the treasury of the society. The produc tion will be well worth wltn..'fslng. Relief In Six Hours. Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis eases relieved In six ho'jrs by the "Now Great South Amerlcr.n Kidney Cure." This new remedy Is a great surprise on account of its exceeding promptness In relieving pain In the bladder, kidneys, back and every part of the urinary pas sages. In male or female. It relieves re tention of water and pain In passing It almost Immediately, If you want qul"k relief and cure this Is your remedy. Sold by C. M. Harris, Druggist, 125 Pens ave nue, Scranton, Pa, I10NESDALE. Through the Instrumentality of one of our prominent citizens a reduced rate of fare has been secured In the Hones dale branch of the Erie railroad, be tween Honesdnle and Lackawaxeii. On and after April 15 round trip tickets will be sold as follows: From Hones dale to Lackawaxen $1.10; to Rowlands 95 cents; to Glen Eyre, 80 cents; to Kim ble, 60 cents; to Hawley, 45 cents; to West Hawley, 43 cents; to White Mills, 25 cents. Heretofore tickets were only sold one way. The greatly reduced rates will be appreciated by all persons using the Erie, and will be the means of in creasing the tralllo In the road. Miss Grace Jadwln is home from Dana Hall, Wtllesby, Mass., and Is ac companied by her schoolmate, Miss May Rockwell, of Junction City, Kan. A. Walkey, of Jermyn, was a caller In town yesterday. Charles Grlmstone, the 14-year-old son of Amos Grlmstonp, of Kcthany, who was quite seriously Injured at the saw mill of Charles Smith, of Seeley vllle, last Friday, is slowly Improving. Ths fracture of his arm and ribs was reduced Friday, and his leg was set Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Greene and son Giles attended the Brownies at Scran ton Saturday. A. T. Searle and G. W. .Lane were at Towanda a few days of last week. Miss Etta Runnell was a visitor In Scranton Suturday. ' i'.itf , .. . Miss Mary Thomas, of Hcranlon, Is spending a few days with her purents here. Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!! 1 Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success, It soothes the child, softens the gums, allayB all pain; cures wind colic, and Is the best remedy for diarrhea. Sold by druggists In every part of the world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind.' Twenty-five cents a bottle. l'ECKVILLE. Clarence Lathrup, of Scranton, called on soma of his young friends here last Sunday. Easter millinery opening at Miss Kentell's today, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. . Isaac Mills, of Providence, called on his sinter, Mrs. Frank Simpson, at Blnkcly, last Sunday. The Infant child of Mrs. John Snooks, which has been very sick, is Improv ing. Chief of Pollco Simpson and Banltary Ofllcer llurke, of Soranton, called on relatives here and Blukely last Sunday. Grand millinery opening of Eanter hats and bonnets; also a full line of Easter novelties, Finest display of trimmed hats and bonnets ever brought to .Peckvlllo. Full line of. tui tions, ladles' neckwear, stamped goods, ribbons, laces and Dowers. All ladles cordially Invited to call and Inspect my stock; no trouble to show goods, at Miss J. At. Kewtell'8. All those terrible, Itching diseases of the skin that help to make life miserable (or us are caused by external parasites. Doan's Ointment kills tho parasite ami cures the disease, Perfectly harmless, never falli. ' . . . OliYPHANT. Messrs. Lynady and Hughes, 'or Car bondule, weri :il.-rs in town Su'.duy... "A Jjlly Lot" will be. staged at the opera House Unlorrow, evening. The piece is full of nw novelties aul Inter esting, specialties At a few minutes after 6 o'clock Sun day morning tire broke out In the build ing owned by. H. J'. Gullagher, on Luekuwunna street. An alarm - wus sounded from the electric power house, to which the Excelsior Hose comrany promptly responded and soon had two streams playing on the Humes and ex tinguished them: Tho building Is lo cated In the heart of the town, and hud It not been for the prompt arrival of the enmpuny It Is thought the whole block would huve gone up in smoke. The house was occuplud by Thomas Krennun. a huckster, who had all his household effects destroyed. The origin of the lire is unknown, but it In thought to be the work of un hicendiury. TTIila evening "Curhlval of Nations," under the auspices of the, Presbyterian church, will be opened "and be con tinued for three nights. The affair is In charge of the ladles of the congrega tion, who have been working energetic ally for the past few weeks arranging booths which will represent different nations. An Interesting programme will be rendered each .evening. An ad mission of 10 cents will be charged. The following programme will be given this evening: Recitation, Maud Doud; solo, Mary Maxwell; recitation, Maggie Evans; solo, Mamie Dnley; solo, Annie Wlddowlleld; selection, Mrs. T. W. Wat kins. " ' Charles White, an old resident of this place, was found dead In bed Sunday morning by a member it his family. Mr. White had done his usual day's work on Saturday and retired for thut evening apparently well and In good spirits. The next morning his wife went to cull him to breukfust and was horrified to find him dead. Mr. White wus employed as a teamster for the Delaware aifd Hudsn company, and wus about 50 years of age. He Is sur vived by a wife and five children. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 'i o'clock; services at the house. In terment will be made In the Union cemetery. Miss Lucy Farrell left yesterday for Wellesboro, Pu., where she has accept ed a position as milliner. John J. O'Malley Is confined to his home with an attack of the grip. Mrs. Albert Klesllne, Miss Carrie Klesline, of Providence, and Miss Em ma Cronk, of Dunmore, spent lust evening at this place. i m By tho Evening. 1 Ircsldo. From the Fresno Republican. Hockuby. baby, your mamma has gone. She's out at a caucus, and will be till dawn. She wore papa's trousers, and In them looked queer. So hushaby, baby, your papa Is hear. PROGRESS, l eople who get the greatest degree of comfort and real en joyment out of life, are those who make the most out of their opportunities. Quick perception- and good judgment, lead such promptly to adopt and make use of those refined and improved products of modern inventive genius which best serve the ( r tlSV ,lees of their physical ana progressive people are found to employ the most refined ana . v.P6"" laxative to reg-NV- r'ulate and tone up the "stomach, liver, and N bowels, when in need of such an agent hence the great popularity of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. These are made from the purest, most refined and concentrated vegetable extracts, and from forty -two to forty -four are contained in each vial, which is sold at the same price as the cheaper made and more ordinary pills found in the market. In curative vir tues, there is no comparison to be made be tween them and the ordinary pills, as any one may easily learn by sending for a free sample, (four to seven doses) of the Pel lets, which will be sent oh receipt of name and address on a postal card. QNCE USED THE V ARE ALWAYS IN FAVOR.' The Pellets cure biliousness, siclc and bilious headache, dizziness, costiveness. or constipation, sour Stomach, lossofappttite, coated tongue, indigestion, or dyspepsia, windy bclchiiigs, "heartburn," pain and distress after eating, and kindred derange ments of the liver, stomach and, bowels. Put up in glass vials, therefore always fresh and reliable. One little "Pellet" is a laxative, two are mildly cathartic. As a "dinner pill," to promote digestion, take one each day after dinuer. To relieve distress from over-eating, they are un equaled. They are tiny, sugar-coated granules; any child will readily take them. Accept no substitute that may be recom mended to be "just as good." It may be brtler for the dealer, because of paying him a better profit, but he is not the one who needs help. Address for free sample, WOKLU'S Ill.Sl'KNSAKY MKUICAL ASSO CIATION, 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. This Pamnas Hornedy cum quickly and psr niunently ull norvous UlReufto, auoh as Weitk Mninnrjr, buns of II ml 11 Puwcr. llomturiie, Wake fulness, l.ot Vllulltv, nluhtlr emlnlons, tll drouniH. Imtrntttriryunrt wAfttlnit OIrobrpii earned by youthful errors or cieoaara. I'omnlni no nnlttteti. In a nervo Simla nnil blnod bullitar. Malum tlto pnle und punr Btronu and nluin . Kaillr curried In Tent poekut. per Ikixi tur !. Bjr mall prepaid with n written wmrantps to ours or money refunded. Wrtis us for free raeSleul bonk, aunt reeled In plnln wrappor. which oon tains tenllmonlnla and nnnnolul references. No charfit (or eoneultatlnna. lUwart of fmlto ll'iiiff. Hold hy our advertised neenm, or addmas NKItVE aJKKU CO., MaiuuloTempla.t'hloaso. ROM) IN SOU ANTON, PA., 11. 0. HANDKKHON WArJUlNUTON.C'UK. SPKUCK, DKUUU1BT8. Good News Send Thla Around. It Telln ot . Worth CHILDREN'S CLOTHING The kind that stands the racket and always looks well, CO Children's Suits, sizes 4 and 5, to clear them out 60c About 100 Boys' Superior Tailored Bulls, Lined Panto, Smart Jackets and a grand quality, to close $1.49 We've a little lot of extra quality Suits for boys' dress wear that were made up specially to the order of Henry Ooodmau, The sizes are 5 to 14 years.and the price was 3.60. Take them now at $1.99 'kLM Shirt Bargiana Still Continue and Remember That All Our Piece Goods Are Being Closed Out at Practically What. We can Get for Them. BANKRUPT STOCK SALE, 610 Lackawanna avenue. Nervous Prostration Hood's Saraaparilla Gavo Norva - Strength and Good Haalth. "Hoqd'a BarsaparlUa has helped ma wonderfully. . for three years I hava been dootorlng but could not get cured. Boon after beginning to take Hood's Saras na- rllln ther-A was a tip- MAtnrsk several' nwiit ha provwua' I coulif not lie dawn to aleap on account of my heart trouble and nervous prostration, I now rest well and am ablo to do work of whatever kind. If I bad not tried Rood's Hood's A A aVVaVwVVV Sarsa- M sm Mm 1 ? 1 m Barsaparllla I do not f f JpC know what would have become of me," -aft "Vav Mas. 8. Braddook, 404 Erie Avenue, Wllllsmsport, Pennsy. anla. Htruia DM la act harmoniously with 1IWJU rJIIS Hood's Barsaparllla, Mo. KCHANTON, PA., April 8, 1895. Dear Si as: . Before accepting youit kind invitation to spend the EASTER HOLIDAY with you at Farmville, I would like to know if there are any com missions which I can attend to for you. . You know everything is much cheaper here and more up to date than around your part of the country, and if you have any change, I should advise you to invest it in SPRING CLOTHING for yourself and the boys. There is a store here called "THE BELL," No. 230 Lackawanna avenue, where I bought a suit very cheap. You will be sur prised to hear that I paid only $7.00 for it. Gent's furnish ing goods can also be bought there for half the amount that you would pay iu Farmville. Let me know by return of mail just what you want, and I shall be glad to accommo date, you. With love to Lydia, Ruben and John, also 3-our-self. I remain yours, CHARLES AUGUSTUS FLETCHER. P. S. Tell the boys that with every knee pants suit sold at the "BELL" each boy is entitled to a chance on a bicycle to be drawn for July 5. Don't let them miss this. Follow Charles Augustus's advice and trade at - THE BELL CLOTHING HOUSE, 230 Lackawanna Ave. SIGN OF THE BELL. Complexion Pressircd DR. HCBRA'S I VIOLA; CREAM Remove PreeUsa, P!mpls, Ever . Males, Blso.fc-ea, Saniara and Tan. and n Kotos the skin to Its origi nal freshness, prod viol ag a clear and nealtby oum- plexlon. superior 10 an luoa fraparatlons ami .porfacUy harmla At fall druggists, or mausa tor wets, usua lac urauiar, VIOLA SKIN OA U n.lr lamparakk) aa a Stat suiujlas Hasp, mmX as la fcUM. aas vttaaM a Ml as Ika aarsarf. iaily Mrs ana tiaaiaa BM sua. Aiirasttna, fMsa 25 Cants. O. C. BITTNBR4 CO., Toledo, O. HheTpe.by Matthewa B0Bncl Jeho . fctf a W Har too Bora Throat, Ptmplss, Copper-Colored Bpou, Acbas, Ud Bom, Dloers In Mouth, llalr Falllns) Writ C?Mk sUraedr .'., BOT Ma aaaloTemple,4'hleiafo,lll.or proof of cures. Capital Sa00,0O. rpallontacursd alacyaars ajjl(HlajrjOTmndw01jJ Travels Fast. Money to Bo Saved and Bargains Having t , BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS Goodman made up most of them In his own factory on the South Side. There's more of them here than any . two, stores should have; so here - goes for a slaughter that you can- not appreciate till you see the .'. goods. Prices begin at 12o. now, and from that ! .rise by easy grades to 80c, when you reaoh a waist bettor than which It will be difficult to buy at any price. II -. TT-. : AT HE 400-402 LACKAWANNA AVE, GRAND T Mil . K Ml V. fB 01 (SB IB, lie. lil ' 11 o i i) tifta : TiPAN iiOtSft H Uil1 1111 W A MATTIES. a. 500 Rolls this season's importations. Prices start at $4.oo a roll, 40 yards, and go up to $10.00 Cut quantities of Mattings 2,i cents and 5 cents over the roll price. Samples sent by mail. Dealers supplied at the very lowest wholesale prices. 406 AND 408 LACKAWANNA AVE. 'OMFORT ELIEF EONOM JjURABlLlTV INDEPENDENCE TRU5TW0RTHINESSw;e-r:rtXreayn7aUoi. ' 'T ger stock than all the rest of them " put together and it Is a direct result of lowest prices -easiest terms -and courteous treatment There is no "red tape" around here-come and get what you want we'll arrange the payments to please you. HOME FURNISHED COMPLETE. to pay a little money weekly or monthly opens the way to furnish your home In regal style. We show everything in Furniture and Carpets from the cheap kitchen wood seat chair to the solid mahogany parlor cabinet; from the old. hemp carpet to the latest designs in Wilton Velvet. In fact, YOUR PROila I8E will buy everything that helps to make housekeeping pleasant. BABY CARRIAGES, KEFRIUKK ATOKS, ltd MATTINGS. to pay a little weekly or monthly will rlaira of our fifty odd samnlea. Thev and Ice Chests and Mattings are among the near approaohlng "d bles." See ours. , ECONOMY FURNITURE C BCRANTON'B HOME PROVIDERS,' 225 AND 227 1. FAIR SCRANTON, PA. DISPLAY OF EYESIGHT PRESERVED. Headaches preTcoted and cured by tUTtai four eyes sclsotlfloallr ezaalDad ud fitted accurately bj DR. 5HIMBER0. EVE3 EXAMINED FEEE. SstlsfMttesl guaranteed ia arer? cast. 303 Spruce Street These are a few of the attributes of our Peerless Credit System. Here's what we do-and we do it a little better than any one has ever done before we sell Carpets and Furnl- Furnlture on credit we have marked every article at a low figure so that you can compare our prices with the cash prices of other stores. We give credit to our patrons be cause they appreciate such accom modation it Is our way of obtaining and retaining their patronage. YOUR.'. PROMISE YOUR .'. PROtllS entitle you to any style of Bal ranare from S3. 75 to $35.00. . Kefrl WYOMINQ AVENUE jn :.