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THE SCE ANTON TftlBtJNE-SATURDAY MOBNDTG, DECEMBER 1J, 1896.
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GARBONDALE,
rRpaor will ploime not that advertise
ments, orders for Job work, and Items for
publication left at the establishment of
Snannon & Co., newsdealers. North Main
street, will receive prompt attention; of
lito open from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m.J
WOMAN'S LITERARY CLUB.
Well Ituimn Ladies Organize for
.Mutual Honi'lit.
A woman's club composed of a num
ber of well known ladles will meet
one afternoon each week for the dis
cussion of literary subjects. The first
nieclliiff will be at the home of Mrs. J.
14. Hoyt, on Klvcr street. Monday,
December 14, at U.;i( p. m.. and the sub
ject selected will be lan Maclaieii. The
jiroRranime will be ns follows;
Introductory itemarks,
Mrs, K. J. liulsley
Klcctlon of Officers,
liifiii'mutiiin in Itelntlon to . Wo
man's Clubs in tietieral,
Mis. II. D. Stuart
PuKKestios as to l'roj?r:imm's.
Mis. N. IT. IlllliT
"Our Nntne. Our Motto and Our
Alms" Airs. L. A. Bcssett
Ppecial .Subject lan Maclaren
As a Lecturer ....Mrs. V. M. I,nthrope
As an Author Mrs. J. K. Burr
"His Mother's Sermon."
Mrs. C. T. Meaker
"Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush,,"
"A Doctor of the old School."
Airs. V. A. Manvllle
"Auld I.atiK Syne"., ..Mrs. J. B. Hoyt
"Kate CarneRie" Mrs. J. B. Hoyt
Watson as a Minister. Airs. Charles Lee
OFFICERS ELECTED.
Important Mct'iing of the C. M.
li. A.
The rcpulnr meeting of Branch 39,
Catholic Mutual Benevolent Associa
tion, held a regular meeting on Thurs
day evening. The following officers
were clect' il for the coining year:
Chancellor, li. 11. Kerwln: president,
U. A. Kelly; first vice-president, John
Boylan; second vice-president, AI. L.
McCann; recording secretary, T. A.
Kirk wood; assitant. secretary, O. J.
Cideman; financial secretary, J. W.
Kilpatriek; treasurer. James O'Boyle;
liiurxhiill, William AlcNulty; guard,
Kiehnrd Connaughton; trustees, Alex
ander McDonald, l'ntrick Harte, John
Burke. Aliehael Kelly, Alartin tlerrlty.
Itepresenttttlves to thp erand council
at Krle, I'a., September, 1S!)7, It. H.
Kerwln; nlti mate, James O'Uoylo.
vocophone; band
Are Preparing to Attend the Inau
giiratioii at Wnhingtoii.
The vocophone band of this city Is
said to bo the only one of the IfSeaWin
the country. They are making pre
parations to attend the inauguration
of the president-elect on the 4th of
March. They have their uniforms, and
will provide some new Instruments
and propose having a ball before long,
to raise the necessary funds.
The music will prove an attractive
feature in the procession on that oc
casion. SEMI-ANNUAL RECEPTION
Of the lllcsscd Virgin's Sodality at
St. Hose Church Sunday Evening.
The Sodality of the Blessed Virgin
will hold their semi-annual reception
at St. Itose church next Sunday even
ing. lieV. Pius Meyer, one of the Car
melite priests, who are conducting a
mission in St. Patrick's church, Oly
phant. will deliver the sermon. He is
the superior of the Carmelite order in
this country and a very eloquent
preacher.
A vast number will doubtless crowd
the church on this interesting occasion.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Miss Helen Hathaway entertained a
few of her young friends at her home
on Salem avenue, Thursday evening.
Among those present were: Clara
Watt, Mabel Davis. Gertrude Dennis,
Kuth Bailey, Belle Male, Florence Von
Oorder. Mina Frank, Hazel Wheeler,
Nellie Crocker and Adelaide Place.
Frank Couch was a guest at the
home of I'll Ho Burrill in Unlondale this
week.
Delaware and Hudson Dispatcher
Harry Briggs and his wife left yester
day for a visit in New York.
Claud Smith, Delaware and Hudson
ticket agent,.ls In New York city.
Rev. D. A. Itocca was a visitor In
Scranton this week.
Kdward Kenworthy, who Is suffering
irom oioou poisoning, was better yes-
OUR
RockiuK Chairs, Centre Tables,
Stands, Screens, Pictures, Has
socks, Carpet Sweepers, Rugs and
Mats, and the largest and finest
assortment of Carpets in the city,
PRICES always the lowest.
J.SCOTT INGLIS,
Cartels, Wall Papers and Draperies,
419 UCKL AVENUE.
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III,
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terday. His temperature had been re
duced to the normal point.
Mrs. Martin Hognn. of Peckvllle. Is
visiting Mm. John Clark on Cottage
Street.
Simon Spangcnhurjr, of Eight avenue.
Is critically ill with typhoid fever.
Miss Clara Oerisch, who has made
her homo for the past year with her
uncle, Louis Bru'nner, left Wednesday
for Detroit, Mich., where she will live
with her brother.
Miss Maine Chaiiesworth will spend
Sunday In Scranton.
D. C. Benscoler was elected chaplain
of William H. Davis Post, O. A. R..
Wednesday evening.
Miss Maggie Kelly, of South Church
street, who has been visiting In New
York city, hns returned home,
Michael Surdlval. of Pike street, is
il! with typhoid fever.
Mrs. Charlesworth. of Scranton. was
the guest of Airs. H. W. Harrison.
Thursday.
M. J. O'Toole, city editor of the
Scranton Times, was a visitor In this
city Thursday.
Kev. William Ogenwyde Evans, of
Wilkes-Barre, will preach in the Welsh
Baptist' church Sunday.
Frank Habollo, who was bitten by a
mad dog at Simpson a short time ago,
and was admitted to the Pasteur insti
tute In New York, at the expense of
Simpson & Watkins. returned home
Thursday fully recovered,
flurry Krantz, who was operated on
for appendicitis a short time ago, was
out for the first time Thursday.
Miss Kate Brennan. of Sand street,
was quite seriously injured at her home
yesterday by tripping over a board.
Professor Sage, the hypnotist,, will
entertain the pupils of Wood's business
college this afternoon at four o'clock.
John Scott, of the West Side, was
hurt In the Wilson Creek mine by a
premature blast yesterday morning.
Fred Heals, of Cottage street, fell and
sustained an injury to his right knee
cap whllet walking up Belmont street
one evening this week.
Mrs. John Gardner and Mrs. E.
Greenslado, of Jermyn, spent Thurs
day with friends In this city.
TAYLOR.
The concert to be 'g-fven at Weber's
rink on next Wednesday evening, De
cember 16, under the auspices of the
Young People's society of the Ger
man Lutheran church promises to be
one of the greatest musical events of
the season. The programme contains
the following well known names:
Misses Carolyne V. Dorsey, elocution
ist, of Scranton; Mr. John K. Evans,
Miss Lizzie Keinhardt, Professor Al
bion Korn, Rev. Kdward Lang, James
K. Watkins, esq.. Master Harley Zln
tel, the Cosgrove children, Professor
Haberstrohs and the celebrated Zither
club. The programme above men
tioned will consist of piano, violin, gui
tar and vocal music of a brilliant and
sketchy character with recitations,
both humorous and pathetic. It is ex
pected a large number of visitors from
Hyde Park, Scranton and their vicini
ties will be present and a most en
joyable time is anticipated. Refresh
ments will be served at the close of
the concert. An admission fee of 15
cents will be charged.
Councilman Gomer K. Jones is a can
didate for re-election to council in the
Second ward.
The social at Weber's rink Wednes-.
day evening was a most enjoyable af
fair. Music was furnished by the Tay
lor orchestra for dancing. Refresh
ments were served at an early hour, af
ter which the band presented the de
feated contestants with a handsome
wreath In behalf of the good work
done by them at their fair.
John Conley is an aspirant for the
nomination of school director in the
Fifth ward on the Republican ticket.
Mr. and Mrs. Weber, of this town,
visited friends In Truckvllle on Thurs
day. On Thursday evening the Patriotic
Order of True Americans. No. 66, of this
place, held a mock trial at their hall
and several candidates were initiated.
Services at the Calvary Baptist
church tomorrow by the pastor, Dr.
H. H. Harris, at the usual hours. Morn
in cermnn, subject, "Paul's Exhorta
tion to Timothy." Sunday school at 2
p. m. Evening sermon, subject, "The
Personal Advantage Derived from
Christian Service." Tomorrow evening
at 7.30 the annual business meeting ot
the church will be held when the offi
cers of the church and Sunday school
will be elected for the coming year. AH
are cordially invited to be present
This evening the Orpheus quartette,
of this place, will take part In the con
cert at the Smith Music hall, Price
burg, for the benefit of Mrs. Oakley.
PECKV1LLK.
The families oFwiillam' Smith and
David Hoag moved .to Plymouth last
Thursday.
Misses Lily and May Pizer, of Jer
myn. were in attendance at the social
held In the Ladyard hall last Wednes
day evening.
The sad Intelligence was received
here yesterday of the serious Illness of
Oscar Travlss, who moved his family
from Peckvllle to a mining village be
low Wllkes-Barre the past summer.
The Delaware and Hudson paid their
Gravity railroad employes here yes
terday. The Union Cemetery association
elected their new officers last Wednes
day evening as follows: President, S.
D. Klngsly vice president. Niles John
son: secretary, William Priest.
Services at the 'Baptist church Sun
day, December 13, at 10.30 a. m. Sub
ject, "Faith in God." Sunday school
at 2.30 p. m. Baptist Young People's
union at 6 p. m., and sermon at 7 p. m.
Subject, "Mark the Perfect Man." H.
T. Allen, pastor:
Services tomorrow as usual in the
Methodist Episcopal church. Preach
ing by the pastor, Kev. S. C. Slmpklns,
at 10.30 a. m. and 7 p. m. Theme for
morning, "The City That Hath Foun
dations." Evening, sermon to young
men, theme, "Wandering Sheep." Sun
day school at 2.30. Kpworth league at
6 p. m. Everybody cordially welcome.
JERHYN o
AND
MAYFIELD
Hon. M. T. Burke was a caller in town
ytsterday.
Mrs. Stone, of Olyphant. spent yes
terday as the guest of Mrs. Daniel
Meehan.
'Gilroy's orchestra of Archbald have
been engaged to furnish music for the
firemen's ball on New Year's eve.
Mrs. G. H. Yost has rented the house
of Mr. Stanton's, corner South Main
and Cemetery streets.
George E. Walters made a business
trln to Carbondale on Friday.
Mrs. George Askew and family have
moved to New York. Mr. Askew was
formerly manager of the Jermyn
Steam laundry; he Is now manager of
a laundry in the city.
Deputy Sheriff Ferber was a caller
in town yesterday.
Mrs. Battenberg contemplates remod
eling her business block on Main street.
It will be made a threerstory building
with the roof after the Queen Anne
style of architecture. When finished it
will be a credit to the town and to
Mr. John P. McLaughlin, who made
the plans.
Dr. Davis yesterday morning found
a bank note of a small denomination,
and anyone who proves ownership to
same uan call at Pioneer Drug Store.
Miss Mattie Spettigue left yesterday
for a month's visit with relatives at
Dunmore.
Mr. Robert T. Maxwell, of Carbon
dale, spent part of yesterday at the
home of James Allen.
Rev. Mr. Slmpklns, of Peckvllle, and
Rev. Mr. Hathaway, of Carbondale,
called on the Rev. F. Gendall yesterday
day.
Miss May Broat spent part of the
week In Scranton.
Levi Brown's four children are very
sick.
The Hillside collieries will resume
work on Monday.
Frank Westgafe, of Forest City, Is
now engaged with his' father. In his
meat inarktt on Main street.
Messrs. Henry McLoskeJr,' and John
Farrell spent last evening In Carbon
dale. Mr. Lon Carey, of Scranton, was In
town last night.
The funeral of the late Patrick J.
McDermott will take place this morn
ing. A requiem mass will be celebrated
In Sacred Heart church at 9 a. m., after
which Interment will be made in the
Archbald cemetery.
Yesterday afternoon while several
boys were playing near the fan house,
James Donohue came ud near them
shooting birds with a flobert rifle He
did not have the beBt of luck, and
missing his mark, Patty Reddy, volun
teered to show him where the bullet
struck. While doing so the gun was
discharged, the bullet entering into
Reddy's side. Dr. Manley was called,
and probed for the bullet, but without
success. He is resting easy at present.
The Methodist Episcopal church de
cided to have a tree ns Christmas night
with the regular services. A com
mittee has been appointed to purchase
books for the scholars.
A warrant wag sworn out last evening
by Harry JacKson before T. O. Robin
son, justice of the peace, for the arrest
of John Merrick, whom he accuses of
assaulting him In the mines. Thomas
Marsh entered bail for Mr. Merrick in
the Bum of $soo.
Mr. Gilbert Knapp. of AldenvMlle,
Wayne county, is visiting his sister,
Mattie Knapp.
The Rush brook lodge, No. 850, Inde
pendent Order of Odd Fellows, Thurs
day evening conferred the initiation
degree.
Rev. William Surdlval will preach to
morrow at Wllkes-Barre to his for
mer congregation
William Gunn, of Feckvllle, was in
town last night.
By a fall of coal In the Delaware and
Hudson mines yesterday William Dawe
was hurt, mainly about the head. Dr.
Shields was called and pronounced the
case not dangerous.
A birthday party was given to Mrs.
John Rosemory, of Mayfield, on Mon
day evening In honor of her slxty
fouth birthday. A very pleasant time
was spent up to a very late hour. The
following were present: Mrs. Thomas
Seymour, Mrs. John Seymour, Mr. and
Mrs. John Wolsey, Mr. and Mrs. Mur
tin Chesterfield, Mr. and Mrs. Greens
lade, Mr. and Mrs. William Harvey,
Mr. James Seymour, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Cooper, Mrs. Thomas Wosley, Mrs.
Samuel Wosley, Mrs. Thomas Simpson,
Mrs. John Bowlden, Miss Cooper, Mr.
John Owens.
The special feature of the meeting in
the First Presbyterian church of Car
bondale last Wednesday evening was
an address by Professor W. M. Tag
gart, of Mayfield. The subject of mis
sion was .considered. Mr. Taggart
spoke of the misery and degradation
among the people In Mexico. Mr. Tag
gart was formerly a resident of the
City of Mexico, and his talk about the
condition of the poorer class in the re
public south of us was very Interest
ing. Mrs. Henry N. Dolph, of Carbondale,
was visiting relatives in Mayfield yes
terday. .
Mrs. John Williams, of Mayfield, is
very ill at her home.
Mr. Samuel Griffiths, of Mayfield,
made a business trip to Carbondale
yesterday.
FACTORYVILLE.
Next wyk teachers Institute will be
held at Tutkhannock.
Organizers havs been in town the
past week for the purpose of organizing
a lodge of ' Knignts or .tiaccaoees.
Last Saturday morning 'Jeremiah
Storm died at his home In the suburbs
of the borough, and was buried on
Monday by the Grand Army of the Re
public. Tom Reynolds is in Scranton visiting
relatives.
Ira B. Gardner will go on the road
as advertising agent for some soap
firm In the near future.
our townsman. Wesley Dunn, claims
to have had a call to go out and preach
the gospel and, therefore, has for the
past week or ten days been holding a
series of meetings up at South Gibson,
Susquehanna county.
Mrs. Kittle Gardner has been home
on a week's visit and returned yester
day to Jermjn where she resumes her
travels with Mrs. Bonbrlght selling
"Novlta," and pther well known reme
dies. "
The bottles, consisting of quarts, half
gallons and five gallons la slse, arrived
lust Thursday for the bottling of the
"Wlnola Mineral water" which Will be
placed upon the market at once.
Adjutant J. Wesley Reynolds this
week placed a new orcan in his newly
erected Grand Army Republic hall.
JeAeler Watkins has one of the neat
cut windows in town. ,
James Boyd, of Scranton, was up
Thursday and spent the afternoon with
his mother. ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Brown were calling
at the home of Register and Recorder
elect W. V. Shaw, Thursday. t r
The school children of the graded,
school obtained access some way to
the basement of C. Matthewson's barn,
where he has his winter apples stored,
and for some time have been carrying
them away, and Investigation shows
that Christopher Is several barrels
short of the luscious fruit that he ex
pected to masticate this winter.
If any of our neighbors dispute our
right to the piscatorial championship
for the season, let them come forward
and establish their claims. This Is
what we claim it on. Recently two of
our townsmen, Bamuel Oakley and
John Hartman, caught two fish from
the waters of "Lake tlokomls," that
weighed i and 10 poods respect
ively. The speclaf meetings at the Baptist
church still continues under the leader
ship of Rev. Luther, and a great many
iieople have thus far expressed their
desire to live better Christians.
Rev. H. H. Wilbur spoke on "Odd
Fellowship" at the banquet othe Nich
olson lodge of odd Fellows last Friday
evening. ,
UNIONDALE. y;v
Young Westcott, of Forest City, who
Is reported t have suffered from the
effects of hypnotism, came to I'nlon
dale about a week ago. An attack of
delirium came on while he was at the
hotel and he was obliged to remain
until his parents came after him.
Professor F. G. Spencer, of Sidney,
N. Y.. has been holding a musical
Institute here with success, which
closed with a grand concert. Professor
Spencer understands the art verywell
and is also successful In imparting his
knowledge to others. There were about
seventy-live members In his class and
all was so interested in the lessons be
fore them and kept so busy that the
school simply governed Itself and
'everything went smoothly.
Wallace Tingley is at work In Sus
quehanna. John Clark has moved from Lyon
street to the rear of Elijah Carpen
ter's house.
Mr. Baechus, of Scranton, has moved
his family into Israel Round's house
on Church street.
Mr. and Mrs. Prloe. of Ithlca, N. Y.,
are visiting friends here.
Mrs. Reynolds, of Forest City, was
in town this week, soliciting funds for
the Enterprise Hose company.
Eight new members were received in
full membership into the Methodist
church Sunday.
Andrew Miller, of Clifford, is can
vassing for a steam cooker. He is
meeting with good success.
Mrs. Brookln, of York state, has
been visiting relatives here.
Revival meetings are In progress at
the Methodist church. The Rev. Mr.
McKeller. of Clifford, has been assist
ing the Rev. D. Evans this week.
This week's issue of "The Drych"
has a prize poem on "Gold" from the
pen of the Rev. D. D. Jenkins.
John Jones, of Kansas, has come East
to spend the winter with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones. He has
been absent twenty-four years.
John Thomas is building two new
houses in town, and both are rented
before completion.
HALI.STEAD.
Mrs. George Wolcott is 111,
Mrs. Henry Talmage, who has been
visiting friends and relatives In
Frlendsvllle, has returned home.
Miss Anna Kelleher. of New Mil-
ford, was the guest of friends In this
place on Friday.
William De Laverge. of Deroit. Mich..
Is visiting at the residence of Charles
Capwell, on William street.
N. O. Major Is having a new ice house
erecteu.
A Prohibition club Is to be organized
In this place In the near future.
Mrs. B. F. Bernstein was in the Par
lor City on Thursday.
Miss Maggie Madlgan. of Susque
hanna, visited friends in this place
tne first or the week.
Mrs. Michael Hays and son, Joseph,
have returned home after a visit with
friends In Scranton.
Horace Arney, esq., of Brooklyn. N.
Y., will deliver a temperance lecture In
the Railroad Young Men's Christian
association hall this (Saturday) even
ing.
Matthey Gannon has returned from
a vistt at Buffalo, N. Y.
John A. Mears, of Scranton, was In
town on Friday.
Rev. John Davis conducted a meet
ing at Lawsville Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Leese, of El
mira, N. Y., are visiting friends in this
place.
Mrs. A. Hard, of New Mllford. visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hay-
ward, on Friday.
N. Pickering, of Scranton, Is visit
ing at the residence of James Snover
on Chase avenue.
Thomas Canan has been promoted to
the position of section foreman.
Secretary W. W. Adair, of this place,
attended the conference of the Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western secre
taries held at Scranton on Thursday.
The next conference will be held In
this place early in March.
Miss Carrie Taylor, of Rockland, N.
Y., Is the guest of her brother, G. F.
Taylor, on Chase avenue.
The Gospel meeting In the Railroad
Young Men's Christian association hall
will be addressed by Morris Treuweu,
of Conklln, N. Y.
Mrs. John Pike was in Blngharoton
on Tuesday.
The Methodist church at Alford will
be dedicated December 17.
NICHOLSON.
At the Odd Fellows banquet last
evening there was a large attendance
of the fraternity and friends, and a
delightful social time was experienced
by all.
There will be a "box social" at the
home of James Masters next Tuesday
evening for the benefit of Rev. G. E.
Van Woert.
Rev. Marlon Yeager, of Blnghamton,
President Isaac Lewis of Snhliin, Ohio,
is highly respected nil through tlmt
section, lie hits lived in Clinton Co.
75 years, mid has been president, of
the .Sabina Hank 20 yours. He gladly
testifies to the merit of Hood's Sarsa
purillu. and what lie says is worthy
attention. All brain workers 11 ml
Hood's Sitrsiipurilla pcculiurly adapted
to their needs. It makes pure, rich,
red blood, and from this comes nerve,
knientul, bodily and digestive strength.
"i am giaa to my inai noou s caniapa
rills is s very good medicine, especially
as s blood purifier. It has done me good
many tunes. For several years I offered
greatly with pains of
Neurajgia
in one eye and abouf my temples, ,es
pecially at night when I had bean having
a hard day of physical and mental labor.
I took many remedies, but found help only
In Hood's Sarssparilla which cured me of
rheumatism, neuralgia and headache.
Hood's Saras psrills has proved itself a true
friend. I also lake Hood's Pills to keep
my bowels regular, and like the pills
very much." Isaac Lewis, Sabina, Ohio.
Sarsaparilla
Is the One True Wood Purifier. Alt druggists. IX
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co.. Lowell. Mass.
u ji mn are prompt, efficient and
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will exchange pulpits with Rev. F. E.
Adams, the Nth inst.
Ralph- Bingham will appear In the
Opera House next Monday night.
Charles . Remmel left us yesterday
morning for Scranton. where he has
accepted a position with Rexford.
Mrs. H. P. Wilcox, of Clark's Sum
mit, s visiting- friends la this place.
Mr. Clara Steinback. of Scrant&n,
was calling, on relatives Friday after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hall, of Wllkes
Barre, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Williams.
Grip Here Again
Dread Bacciili which cans from Rus
sia in 1889 still at work. .
If You Have a Stubborn Conga and
Sore Throat, Yoa Are a Victim.
Epidemic Checked by "77'
Grip Is here again but it Is here In a
much milder form than It was In -VS9
and 1890. when it counted its deai by
the thousands on both sides of the At
lantic. The malady has been prevalent for
perhaps a month, but it is only within
the last few days that It has been rot
cKnlssd as our dread visitor fram Rue
sla, who came In December, 1889. At
first the doctors passed the cases eft
as colds, but they have found them io
stubborn and unyielding to treatment
that they now are taking the more
serious view.
UKE A COLD, ONLY STUHTIORN.
The symptoms as described by physi
cians In all parts of the city ur; first
a slight fever with chills, followed Vy
a catarrhal condition of the head, de
scending to the throat and ev-n to the
larynx and bronchial tubes. In moht
cases there Is a most distressing and
stubborn cough. The severer cases
run for weeks unless checked by the
use of Dr. Humphreys' Specific "77."
"77" meets the epidemic condition and
Is the cure for all its manifestations.
Taken early, cuts it short promptly.
"77" breaks up a Cold that hangs on.
A small bottle- of pleasant pellets, fits
your vest pocket; sold by druga'sta or sent
on receipt of 25c.; or five for $1.00. Hum-
Shreys' Medicine Co., Cor. William & John
ts.. New York.
WHY DOES
Business boom at Davis'
Tailoring House?
The People
recognize this as the only
establishment in Scran
ton where garments are
made to order at popular
prices.
Some Make
poor garments at low
prices. We make good
garments at low prices,
and we are the only par
ties in Scranton that
have the facilities for so
doing.
W I n A VIC sis Wyomlne Avt.
t. innui Arcade Building.
ESTABLISHED THIRTY YEARS.
NOW IN OUR NEW STORE,
130 WYOMING AVENUE
Coal Exchange, Opp, Hotel Jermyn.
We hive the finest (tors and most complst
stock in all this section, ot
WITCHES, FINE JEWELRY, DIAMONDS,
STERLING SILVER WAR-,
STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES,
RICH CUT GLISS, CLOCKS, ETC.
Our Prices are always bottom.
If yon have not scea at in our new store It
will pay you to call.
JAMES IVIOIR,
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
Has Movti to His Now Quarters.
402 Lackawanna Avenue.
Entrance on aids next to First National
Bank. Ha aai now in a
Comprising oTarything roqiiiit for Ana
Harahant Tailoring. And tho sarao cau
bo shown to advantage in taia spltn
dioly fitted np room
A SPECIAL INVITATION
Is Bxtandcd to All Reader ot The Trie
aae to Call ea "OLD RELIABLE" In HI
Maw Basle Hoaia
til ii
II
YOU CAN SAVE B3NET BY BJYIN3
NEW AND
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING
Ladies' and Children's Wear.
Seal and Plush Sacques,
Carpets and Feather Beds
From
L POSNER, 21 Lackawanna Ave.
413 Lackawanna Ave.
Bargain Trimmed Hats,
Sales
All
Prices
Reduced. Ornaments, etc., etc.
All at half the prices other stores ask.
Hats Trimmed
GERSON'S,
413 Lackawanna Ave.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Onyx Tables and Cabinets,
Screens,
riuslc Racks, Easels,
China Cabinets, '
Towel Racks,
Flower Stands,
Jardiniers Stands,
Rug Department.
Imported and Domestic Axminster Rugs, ' -
in suitable sizes for rooms.
Combination Ru w, Mohair and Silk,
with Curl Center, in the latest effects.
A carefully selected line of Assyrian, Velvet. Moquette,
Smyrna, Fur and Japanese Itugs; also Baby Carriage
Kobes tn endless variety, at Prices Lower Than Ever.
Make your selection while the
delivered when desired.
S. G. KERR,. SON & CO.,
nowV'oBJfCHnoc:... 408 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
OF SCRANTON.
Special Attention Given to Business and Per
sonal Accounts. j
Liberal Accommodations Extended According
to Balances and Responsibility.
3 Interest Allowed on Interest Deposits.
Untrimmed Hats.;
rvi"uuaia.
Feathers, Flowers,
9 at W
veilings, Laces,
Free of Charge
Hat and Coat Racks,
Umbrella Stands,
Tabourets,
Statuary,
Bric-a-Brac,
Ottomans,
Hassocks, Etc.
stock is full. Qoods stored and
'yONIGHT our store will
be open, and every
night until Christmas.
We expeet big crowds,
and have, made the usual
extensive preparations for
accommodating . them.
We expect to see you at
225227 Wyoming Avenue

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