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TILE SCBANTON TRIBUTE-SATURDAY BIOKNIITO, KdTJSMBER 21, 1896.
12 Highest of all in Lcaveaing Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report GARBONDALE, IReaders will please note that advertise ments, orders for Job work, and items for .ubli.atlon left at tho eatabl'sh7nA?n fcnannon & Co.. newsdealers North Main street, will receive prompt attention, ot tite open from 8 a, m. to 10 p. nvj FUNERAL OF MRS. W. B. GROW. Largolv Attended from the llcsidence of I". 1.. llemlrick. A large number of friends nttomli'd the funeral of Mrs. tlrow yesterday af ternoon from the residence of llmi. r K. Hendrlok. Sympathir.inir friends hail testiiied In many ways to the es teem felt for tho departed. Tho lie v. T. K. Jepsoti, pastor of the Taptlst church, pave an Impressive and appropriate address, quoting tho worus of the Psalmist, l'reiinus in the sight of the Lord Is the death of Ills saints. A quartette composed of Mrs. t c. Avery, Mrs. George lt-nton, 11. F. Cl.irk nnd Kvan Thomas sans two svlei'tlons during tho services. The honorary liall-liearers were lh yoe K. IUuir, " C . Itoblnson, T. F. I'Liee, 1. . l'unly. N. Moon, sr., and James Weaver. The aetii'K bearers were I. M. Sehoonover, K. Hennett. James WhitlleM, Henry Vlr.ints, Frank Orchard and CJeotue Hudson. A larp-e number of frlpnds followed the remains to Maplewood cemetery. THE GERMANIA FAIR. fine Vrogrnmnies urn Presented Knelt I'veniiiu'. The fair under the direction of tho Onnnnia band had a large attendance Ulid will prove a suriess. The l.iem bers nre very popular In this city and appreciate their excellent selections of music, The nianngors nre desirous of glv Intr an entertainment each evening that will deserve a scin 1'ous patronage liom their friends. The concert on Thursday evening was given by the "Up-to-date" trio of Hcranton, rnnslst iiiK of Messrs. Newman. Ilonney and Wye, anil gave great satisfaction. Tin; liistnimeiit:il and vocal selections re ceived hearty applause. The West Si.lo drum c orps were present and aided la the successful entertainment. NOBLE EFFORT. The Lecture of tieoipe It. AVrndlins I'poti I'nseeii Ileulilies." A large audience welcomed Hoa. fleuige H. AVendlini,', of Washington. -. . on Thursday evening, when hi brilliant lecture u:on "Unseen I'.eal Jties," was delivered. Tho speaker was introduced by Ucurso S. Kimball, and lor an hour and a half ho held the at tention of tho audience by his eloquent original yet practical oration upon the pupernatui sil. Mr. Wendling was frequently Inter rupted by applause and those present were charmed b,y his eloquence and oratorical power. Crescent Social ('lull Kntcrtnin. Over one hundred gnosis participat ed In the social gathering of the Ores cent club on Thursday evenin-r in the liurkc hall. Miss Kale Kaltry furnish ed music for dancing, and Professor AlrLoughlin noted as the prompter. Patrick r.rennai). a prominent mom licr of the Crescents, will soon have lor a visit to tho old country and the 'titertainment was held in honor of their friend. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES. Jlr. and Mr. Sayles. of Coopcrstown, N. Y ate visiting Mrs. Maria Pettl grew, of Seventh avenue. The tiiagratn fvr Jlenshaw nnd Ten llroeck in "The New Nabobs" will open this morning at Hoynolds'. The Young Ladies' Cooking club have Issued Invitations for a reception to be held Wednesday evening. Nov. 2". at the home of Miss Frances Daley. Miss Lizzie Samuel, of F.mporia, Kansas, who lias been visiting Mrs. John Flaherty, left yesterday for Hyde I'ark. Kev. Mr. Ti'ssonder, pastor of the Fpiseopal church at Jerir.yn, was a visitor In this city Thursday. Miss Mvra Found, of Frompton, Is Visiting Miss Gertrude Alvord. The llemlrick manufacturing com pany's work were closed yesterday on account of the funeral of the late Mrs. A'. H. Crow. Miss Sadie Dawson is confined to her home with a severe cold. Henjamln (Salpln, of Norwich, N. Y., formerly of this city, is visiting friends in town. Miss Fulallo Carey is visiting In Tunkhannock. F. F. Forbes nnd 3. D. Jones nre in New York, where they will witness 1 tho Yalo-Prlnceton foot ball game, vhich takes idace today, i Mrs. William Johnson and Miss Jane 1 Craves is visitins friends in Wllkes 11a ire. Miss Susie Jadwln Is visiting Miss May Albro In Scranton. Mrs. Isaac Phillips entertained a number of her lady friends at tea Thursday evening. Misses Mary Dunn nnd Margaret Itutler visited friends in this city on Thursday. TAYLOR. The services nt the Calvary Baptist church tomorrow will be held nt the ttsul hours. The pastor, Itev. Dr. H. H. Harris, will preach his fifth anniver sary sermon. In the morning at 10.30 o'clock, he will preach to the mem bers; subject, "The Vine nnd the Urancihos." Sunday school, at 2 o'clock and in the evening at 7 o'clock, he w ill preach to the unconverted; subject, "liod Jn Relation to the Impenitent." All ar.t Invited. A grand concert will be held at tho Congre Rational church, Rendham, Nov. 23. Fallowing are those who have most kl udly consented to take part: J. CARPETS FMt FALL TRADE. All the latest, from a 20c In. . grain to the best Wilton. Oil Cloths and Linoleums, all widths and prices. Window Shades and Curtains, all the latest novelties. Fancy Kocklng Chairs, tipliol Btered in plush V tapestry and broc atelle. Also a ' tine collection of cobbler seats, .nnd our price al ways the lowcstv j. scotTinglis, Carpets, Wall Paper. and Draperies. 419 ULEKAWWU ML rrm as 3 Bft&KMHS Powder E. Morgan, Etlnln Bowen and friend, of Hyde Park; Miss Rachel Stevens, of Old Forge; .Miss Maggie and David Pickerel. Morgan B. Morgans, Miss Mary Davis, Ailss Maggie Morgans, and Miss Rachel Davis. Willie Mor gans, of Old Forge; John Gwin, and others of Moosie. Doors open at 7, concert will commence at L'M p. m. Misses Bertha Thomas, Mary Ann Jones, and Annie Harris visited Hyde Park on Thursday evening. . John Richards, need fiL', died nt his home In Fcltsville, Thursday atter noon. lie was born In Cardganshlre, Wales, and came to this country fifteen years ago. He will be burled tomor row afternoon nt 2.:i0 p. m. Interment at the Washburn street cemetery, Hyde Park. The surviving children nre: Mary, Kate, Ma,sglo, John. Sam uel nnd Richard, and will sadly mourn his loss. Preaching nt the Methodist Kplscopal church tomorrow by the pastor. Rev. F. A. King. Morning yermnti, subject, "The Becoming Conversation;" Sun day school, at 2.1" p. m. The Chris tian Kndeavor will meet at 6 p. m. All are invited. Last Tuesday a boy named David Kv:'ns. of Providence, went to Archi bald's livery and hired a rig for the purpose of attending a funeral in this town. Since then nothing has been heard of the boy or the rig. The horse Is a bay with u white star in forehead and the bugey has a rubber top and rod running gear. IIAI.I.STK.YI). Mr. and Mrs. (!. Y. Preston nre the guests of friends In Alton, N. Y. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fdwnrd Babcock, of Lawrence, N. Y who have been the guests of fi lends and relatives in this place, have returned home. .Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Benjamin, of Albany, N. Y.. visited nt the residence of C. J, Langley, on Front street, re cently. Mrs. L. W. Burns, of Susquehanna, Is tho guest of her brother, George Glenson. on Church street. Kvangellstic services will be conduct ed In the Methodist church in this place next week. Tho Young People's Society of Chris tian Kndeavor of the Baptist church will hold a sunrise prayer meeting on Thanksgiving morning. Mr. nr.d Mrs. Ira B. Preston celebrat ed the twenty-fifth anniversary of their tnrtniago Wednesday evening. The Methodist Kpiseopal society of this place have arranged for a course of three lectures and two concerts. The j: i-nt will be a sacred concert which will be given Dee. 15, by tho Wyoming, Conference quartette. The others ate Jan. 19, lecture by Rev. J. B. Sweet, of Scranton; Feb. It!, lecture by Rev. K. B. ( Unistead. of Binghnmton; March Hi, lecture by Rev. W. H. Pcarce, D. D ot WilUes-l'.arre; April 20, a grand concert by local and foreign talent will be given. The gospel meeting In tho Rnllrond Yeung Men's Christian Association hall Sunday afternoon will be for men only, nnd will be addressed by John Young, f Off at Bend. S. N. Thatcher, of Blnshnmton, was a visitor In town on Wednesday. MOSCOW. Mrs. John B. Williams nnd daughter, ot Stvnii(!'burg, are the guests of Mr. at'.fl Mrs. J. M. Noack. Miss Kdilh Howe, of Sterling, Is vis iting Miss Actios Watts. Mr. and Mis. 9. G. Brown spent Mon day in Scrnnlon. S. Stiiltz. of New York, was a visitor In town Monday. R. A. Do Frehti, of Mt. T'nlon, called on friends In town on Monday. Mrs. George Rafferty and Mrs. Ches ter Pek spent Tuesday in Sctanton. Mrs. C. H. Travis visited her son. Dr. Geortre Travis, In Kast Stroudsburg, on Monday. Miss ilo David, of Blakely, nnd Miss Dora Grisuald, of Sandwich, spent a few days last week with Rev. and Mrs. A. D. David. Those who attended the wedding of Milen Swarts and Miss Irene Mnlone, of Yatesvillo. front tills place Wednes day, were Mr. nnd Mrs. K. N. Swarts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Justin Swarls, Carrie and Charles Swnrts. Miss Nellie Kelly and James Corbln. of Watertown, N. Y., were weddd Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, nt St. Catherine's church. Rev. R. IT. Walsh performed tho ceremony. A reception was held Bfterwnrd at the home of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Corbln left on the 2.:0 n. tn. train for Ftloa, N. Y. Miss Mae Hinds is spending a few days with friends in Clark's Green. l'LCKVILLi:. The Central wheelmen will hold a so cial at their club rooms Thanksgiving evening. Born To Mr. nnd Mrs. Corey Jen kins, last Thursday, a daughter. Miss Bulah Tiffany will spend Sun day with friends in Scranton. The employes of the different collier ies in this vicinity will receive their pay today. Services tomorrow in the Methodist Episcopal church. Pleaching by the pastor at 10.30. Theme, "The Concep tion of a Christians Olllce;" nt 7 p. ni., theme, "A Great Truth Realized." Sun day school at 2.30. Kpworth lengne. 6 p. m. A cordial invitation Is exttnded to all. Fire new cases of diphtheria have been reported to the board of health this past week, DISSOLUTION NOTICR. I, the undersigned, have sold my in terest in the business heretofore con ducted under the firm name of Bell & Chapman, and the business will be con ducted In the future by Chapman or Boughton, to whom all bills will be paid, and all duo will be paid by said firm. The new firm will be plen.vd to receive the liberal patronage hereto fore given to the linn of Bell fic Chap man, CLAKK'S SUMMIT. Mrs. Bell, of Wayne county, visited her daughter. Mrs. K. Tallnian, a few days last week. Mrs. Al Buckingham has been visit ing relatives in Wayne county the past week. Mrs. Freeman, of flummit Park, moved to Hyde Park yesterday, wh;re she will open a hoarding house. Mrs. Asa Phllo Is visiting her daugh ter. Cora, nt Park Place, Scranton. The Ladies' Aid society will hold n church fair in tho Methodist Kpiseopal church here on Dec. 16 and 17. They will serve an oyster supper one nitht and the other night a New Kngland supper. Kveryboily is invited to niHlte something and give to the ladles for their lair. MOOSIC Exercises appropriate for Friday af ternoon were held in the graded school building yesterday. In the principal's room Misses Mertie Howard and Ida Crump, and George Thomas read es says; Misses Vina Bossard, Mary Dug gan, Itetta Church and Mamie Jones, recited; Miss Bell Weir read, and Misses Maud Smith. Ethel Trequellas, Mary Graham nnd Nellie McCorniack, of the intermediate, sang. The other rooms were united and went through a programme interestins to the smaller ones. TUNKHANNOCK. Today closes the two-weeks' session of court, nnd the temple of Justice w 111 resound no more to the "Hear ye! Hear ve!" of the crier, or the "Now, gentlemen of the Jury," of the pleading attorney, nor the dignified "Ninety days in the county jail and costs," of the Judge until the year 1SS8 has passed into the great sea of eternity and a new year has dawned upon this great, restless, throbbing World. "Courtin" Is a welcome diversion in the otherwise monotonous life of the farmer who comprises the bone and sinew, as well as the majority of this county's pop ulation. For three or four days he can banish grubbing toll from his mind, tilt his chair a-jainst the wainscoiing in tho barroom at the hotel and swan stories or talk politics. The occasional "panel"' at the court house into which he is drawn is tedious, for he is not used to sitting in one place and put ting his mind to one subject for any great length of time, but the days are not so long as on the farm, and the average case is not so lengthy as to make It very urduous. Courts ure ex pensive machinery, but the fanner pays the court appeals to exonerate, and he is entitled to the luxury of being a Juror as often as he can get his name on the list. A sad funeral procession wended Its way to the rnilroad station yesterday afternoon to take train No. 4 for Pitts ton. It was Butcher D. K. Hess and family, who were bearing away their youngest child, little Gertrude, for bur ial. She was accidentally burned on Wednesday by her clothes catching fire while playing about a heap of burn ing rubbish. Her sufferings were ex crutlating, but death came to her re lief In about ohvht hours. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. S. C. liodge, pastor of the Presbyterian church. I'P AND DOAVN THE RIVER. The dating robbery at Meshoppen last Saturday evening is still a topic for conversation in that little town, Benjamin Shannon, n Wilkes-Barre man, was the victim. It Is said that he displayed his money In public places, and when he started after dark to pass through the narrows, which separate Ailentown from the borough, a couple of disciples of Dick Turpln thumped him on the head and toted away his pocket book containing $S0. He sus tained a bad scalp wound, nnd was un conscious for some lime, but is now said to be recovering. The thieves are still at large. The Towanda Review says thnt the Braintrim Messenger Is the best local paper in Wyoming county. It is. with one exception, ns alt tho editors in the county, except Mac, will agree. The time of the Black Diamond ex press, between New York nnd Buf falo was shortened five minutes by the new winter schedule. A still grenter reduction will probably be made next spring. Winter Is not a favorable time for fast running. Rev. J. C. Leacock was In attendance nt the Kpworth league convention at Avoca yesterday. The Avoca sub-district takes In Tunkhnnnook, Eaton vllle nnd some of the lesser places all the way down to Plttston. The remains of the late Mrs. Richard Clinton, formerly of Wilkes-Barre, are now on their way east from Colorado Springs, and will be buried at Lu zerne's capital. The party of friends uccntnpanylng the body will pass through this place today, provided no delays occur. Mrs. Clinton was form erly Mrs. Cyrus Stnrk, of this county, and had many friends in this section. The enterprising fish and game re porter for the Harrisburg Telegram de livers himself of the following. It isn't ours to discredit the story, espe cially as the scene of plot is laid In our own county. If that reporter ever gels out of a Job, he will find firm friends un In this section: Theodore Miller, of Falls, Pa., shot a pheasant which was immediately seized by a large eagle. Miller fired the other bar rel ot his gun at the big bird, which then seized one of the hunting dogs and lifted It several feet from the ground. The hunter ran to the rescue when eagle dropped the dog and made a rush at the hunter's face. Miller grab bed his gun and fortunately killed the bird at the first blow. The bird meas ured eight feet one inch from tip to tip. HOME GOSSIP. Ex-Judge Sittser has again taken up law practice and conducted several cases In the courts Just closing. He was an able Judge, and his counsel as an attorney is highly esteemed." A. J. Tiekner, a war veteran and pensioner, lies very low ut his home on Turnpike street, und his death is hour ly expected. Mr. and Mrs. S. Judson Stark enter tained Dial Rock Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, of Plttston, at their pretty home on East Tioga street, yesterday. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Langford, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Coward, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ford, and others from Plttston; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilcox, of Scranton, nnd several members of tho society that dwell here in Tunk hannock, George Kutz, the harness dealer. Is a pupae-rat since a brand new son drop ped Into his household. Tho county papers are giving undue prominence to "The Wealthy People," in view of the fact that they nre al most an unknown quantity in this sec tion. The New Age, the Democrat and the Nicholson Examiner each take a hack nt them in the current issues. The postotllee wnr hus subsided, so far as surface indications show. Coun- Anxiously watch declining health of tlicir daughters. 0 many nre cut off by consumption in curly years tliut them 1.4 real cause for unxiety. In Hie parly stages, when not beyond the vouch of medicine. Hood's (Sarn pariihi will restore the iuitlity and quantity of the Mood and thus give good health. hVad the following letter: "It is but just to write about my daughter Cora, oped lfl. She wai com pletely run down, declining, had that tired fcclin;;, and friends said she would not live over three months. Bhc had a bad and nothing seemed to do her any good. I happened to read about Hood's Sarbapa rilla and land her give it a trial. From tho very first dose she Ijcjan to get better. Alter taking a few bottles she was com pletely cured and her health linn been tho best ever since." Mrs. Addie Peck, 12 Railroad Place, Amsterdam, N. Y. 'I will say that my mother has not stated my case in as strong words as I would have done. Hood's Bareaparilla has truly cured me and I am now well." Coua PECK, Amsterdam, N. Y. Be sure to get Hood's, because Sarsaparilla Is the One Trite nioml Purifier. 411 druggists. 1. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & (V. Lowell. Mass. M mil- awpnrely vegetable. re IlOOa S PUIS liable and beneficial. 2M. Hood's ty Chairman Bannatyne. one of the aspirants, has as a recommendation a splendid Republican victory in the county, attained under his leadership. He also has an excellent record as postmaster under the Harrison admin istration, but this is offset by the fact of his having had a share in the spoils. Editor ;. S. Baldwin, of the Repub lican, the other aspirant, has the ad vantage of owning the party organ, If that be an advantage. Both aspir ants have a sutticlent number ot signa tures of the patrons to their peti tions, but these are of no account. Con gressman Coddins will settle the mat ter when the proper time arrives, and without his weighty inlluence a peti tion as Ions as the moral law would not avail anything. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Pecker, of Gib son, Susquehanna county, are here for two or three days, enroute to Lenoir, North Carolina, to spend a portion of the winter. S. R. Brunges, representative-elect to the legislature, is sounded frequently to his position with regard to United States senator. He merely smiles and adds another block to tho woodpile. Arthur, son of A. N. Ide. who has been attending the Soldiers' Orphan school at Harford the past year, has been transferred to Scotland, this state, where he gets the benefit of an industrial training. WYOMING. Miss Addle Wilson, of Carverton was a caller here yesterday. Mart Aten. of Northmoreland, was the guest of his son-in-law, George Ammerman, yesterday. Several people will be baptized at the llaptist church here. Sunday. Airs. Cleveland, of Ashley, was the guest of Mrs. Byron Sutton this week. E. V. Stiff Is nursing a sprained ankle, caused by falling from a bicycle, Dr. Stewart, of Wilkes-Barre, was called to the bedside of Mrs. Kd Howell who is seriously ill. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. F. Farr and mother. of ilkes-Barre, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alviu Robinson Thursday af ternoon. The Hapy Gleaners, who gave a sup per at the Baptist church Tuesday evening, realized $0 for missionary work. The following persons took part: Some years ago the Cnited Slates Mary docker. Ethel Reidy. Mary Phil lips, Ida Jenkins. Jessie r enner, Jennie Evans, Anna Smith, Rena Jeffreys, Ruth Beaney and Rachel Davis. They were all dressed in yellow caps and aprons. Mrs. George Stevens is visiting rela tives near Carbondale. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hutchlns left Thursday morning for New York. William Hancock arrived home from Alcndria Thursday evening. A surprise was tendered Frank Fil klns at the home of his parents Wed nesday evening. Tho evening was passed with music and games until 10 o clock, when refreshments were served. Among those present were Georginna anl Lizzie Antrim, Cava land; La Vina Space, Ruth Beaney, Mae Clocker, Mattie Sink. Bessie Webb, Kthel Reidy and Viola and Lottie Clark, of Parsons; Arthur Chesworth, Ike Hess, Arthur Webb, John Sink, George White, Willie Hoffman, Steve Jeffrey, Fred Stocker, Howard Shulde, Arthur Alpnugh, Frank Fllkins, John Johns and Allen Reese. JERMYN. James Lutey, an employe of the Del aware and Hudson mines, sustained a severe injury yesterday while engaged making room to stand a prop to secure the roof. A piece of rock dropped from the roof and struck him on the back ot the head, inlllctlng a deep gash. Blood also llowed from the nose and mouth. It is thought that he will re cover. The entertainment and supper at the Congregational church last night, un der the auspices ot the Sunday school, wns a success in every way. There was a very large attendance and the little ones did well under the training of Miss Jones, who should have great pi also for her excellent work. "11 99 breaks up The Yial fits your pocket Tbe Price your pocketbook. To break up a cold you must have a remedy handy, so as to take It regular ly. This Is one of the advantages of "77." The vial fits your vestpocket Is always ready at hand not like the big bottle of cough syrup that you have to leave at home and dip out with a spoon, and can only take an occasional dose. Dh. Humpiirev' Homeopathic Manual Of HlMtAHt Kan at volii Uncouisis 011 MAILtUON lEu KT. Small bottles of pleasant pellets, (It the vest pocket. Spiel by druggists, or sent on receipt of 25 cents or live for $1. Hum phreys' Med. Co., Cor. William & John Bis., New York. This Is a Free Country It is your privilege to wear ready made clothing if you wish to, but don't you know that wc make Suits and Overcoats for $15 that you can't match in ready mades for that price. All giades of goods proportionate ly low. The Host Complete Tailoring Establishment In Scranton. W. J. DAVIS, "ilSfumr COLDS MT. PLEASANT COAL AT RETAIL, Coat of tn best quality for domestlo ast nd of all slset. Including Buckwheat anil Blrdseye. delivered la any part of the elty. at the lowest price. Orders received at the Office, Drat floor. Commonwealth building, room No. t; telepbone No. IC4. or at tbe mine, tele pbone No. Kl will be promptly attended to. Dealer supplied at tbe mine. WM. T.SMITH. llllt SHOE HOUSE, 307 Lackawanna Aveniu We handle Footwear of all sorts exclusively, and make no mistake with other houses of the same name. Harvelous Values in high grade shoes. The constant. ever-increasing business of tlie store, the great outlet, the determination to sell goods lower than any other shoe store in this city, have prompted us to buy more liberally than ever. The enormous crowds, the big suc cess of our business is an evi dence that our push, our pluck and enterprise, our buy ing goods for spot cash and selling them for spot cash are appreciated by the public. 48 pairs Ladies' Dougola Button Shoes, sizes 5 to 8, worth $1.25, For 50c 1 125 pair Ladies' Hand sewed Shoes, worth $3.00, For $1.29 We also have a large and and fine stock of Ladies' Shoes in Gray Bros.' hand turn make, at prices $2, $3, $4 and $5, in A, B, C, D and E widths. 0 J 200 pair Men's Calf Shoes, for the street wear, all toes and sizes, worth $1.50, For 98c 72 pair Men's Hand-sewed Shoes, all lace, regular price the world over $3.00 to $ V5 Our Price, Only $1.69 We have a large and well selected stock of Men's Shoes in French Calf and Patent Leather at prices $2, $3, $4 and $5, Stacy, Adams & Co.'s make. S. 125 pair Boys' Shoes, sizes 3 t 54. worth $1.25, For 75c 24 pair Youths Shoes At 69c Misses' and Children's Shoes and Slippers at prices 40c, 50c, 75c and $1, up to $2. The above are only i FEW Of OUR GREAT BUS. We want to impress the tact upon your mind that we are the greatest Popular Price Shoe House in Scranton, and although we undersell all other houses that deal in shoes, our goods are strictly high grade and thoroughly reliable and warranted. We will refund the money to any one that is not satisfied with their purchase. We invite you to call and examine our goods before buying else where and make our store your headquarters. There is no trouble to show goods and you will surely save money by it. Meyer Davidow's Shoe House, 307 Lackawanna Averm B B aERR'S WE WANT YOU. To examine this line of Lace Curtains, compare prices and you will admit they are the best val ues, ever offered in Scranton. IRISH 20 PAW AT $1.50 10 PAIR AT 2.00 10 PAIR AT 2.50 DOWN PILLOWS. All Sizes. Best Grade Only. TABLE COVERS. Velour, Satin Derby, Tapestry and Chenille. All sizes. RUG DEPARTMENT. 100 Smyrna Rugs, 30 inch by 60 inch, ) 01 CD 50 Axminster Rugs, 27 inch by 54 inch, J OliDUi 50 Velvet Rugs, 27 in. by 54 in $1.25 S. G. KERR, SON & CO., CARPETS AND DRAPERIES. wrrTo"... 408 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. BRANCH AT CARBONDALE. ELECTRICITY IS KING. GREEN S ELECTRO 607, 603 AND 609 Corner Washington Avenue and The Int. ROBERT BARTHOLOW PRO PESSOR or MATERIA MEDICA, GEN ERAL THERAPEUTICS, and HYGIENE Of JEFFERSON MEDIOAX. COLLEGE of Philadelphia, said la hi. last work on medical elTtrlclty : "The time Is not fur off when electricity for medical uio will take the place of many drugs with the same phenomenal success that has marked the progress of this science In the moving of cars lighting of streets and houses and for general motive power." It wus In J79D that GALVANl discovered the action of galvanism on the nerves by experiment ing on a frog. For 106 years galvanism has continued to grow In prominence as a cure for dlrease. LET IT BE THOROUGHLY UNDER STOOD that Dr. Green Is a graduate In medicine and pharmacy, he has prescribed for thousands of patients who have never had an application of electricity, but ex- ficrlence and study has convinced him, as t has Marton, Rockwell. Masfey and oth ers of prominence that electricity Is the KING OF MEDICAL REMEDIES. Rear in mind that proper electrical treatment, with nrst-class appliances, is NOT PAIN FUL. If you wish to know the result of Dr. Green's treatment for RT.heumntlsm wrlto to E. E. Rostlck. 2017 East Cumberland street. Philadelphia. Pa., or care Seabury & Johnson, New York, Dr. Green's Electro-Therapelific Insfitlite, 607, 608 2nd 609 Mears Building, Scranton, Pa. Elevator Day and Mght Cjen item o a. m. to m.; i p. m. to j p. m. : 7. 30 p.m. to o p.m. THIRD NATIONAL BANK OF SCRANTON. Special Attention Given to Business and Per sonal Accounts. Liberal Accommodations Extended According to Balances and Responsibility. 3 Interest Allowed on Interest Deposits. aiuiiiiisinifin2:Eniiunini!iinimii.iiiinni!SKi;iii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiimij Colder you'll wish you had your heating stove. I Have you seen "Tbe Economy's" assortment. Wp I only sell the kind that heat only the best makes. Our "BONNIE SUNSHINE" is worth your seeing. Prices range from $13.00 to $35.00 pay for it as you can it's an easy way. We mean "EQUITABLE CREDIT SYSTEM." An Tlmt's on its "Inst len-s" the nuisance. We sell until SATURDAY, NOV. 21, a 6-feet long Extension Table, Antique Oak Finish, at NUFF 225-227-218 8 Mimts' Lamps fpSjr n IIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Established 23 Years POINT. All these are 3 yards long, and full width. MEARS BUILDING Spruce Street. Scranton, Penna. Tho best of references, no charge for con sultation, an Institute equipped with the latest achievements of Morton, Edison, Kanncy, Rockwell, McHride, Mcintosh and others. Electro Static Machines, Gal vanic, Faradlc. Sinusoidal (Magnetic). Oalvano Vauterles, and electrodes of ev ery description. We have the finest X-Ray apparatus made. With electricity as a basis of treatment we are successful in cases of Rheumatism, Gout, Paralysis, Ecsema. Tumors, Skin Troubles, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, the Wasting of Muscles. Poor Circulation, snj all Nervous Diseases for which electricity is doing so much of late. The blood clot cnuslng Apoplexy and Paralysis can be dissolved and carried away by proper application of Galvanism and Faradlsm. Cures of Catarrh nre being made by the Inhalation f ozone from the Electro-statto machine. We might mention hundreds of troubles which are amenable to electric treatment, but space will not permit; Dr. Green treats all cases amennble to electrical treatment. Is n graduate and perlonced practitioner of medicine, has the best of references, and will charge noth ing for cnnsulation. Those who cannot call should write fot Information. is a nuisance. Get rid of CED.' i COUCHES 3 Colors 20 Springs $4.98. Wyoming Avenu?. THERAPEUTIC INSTITUTE T GROWS Table