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TOE SCTJANTON TltlliLrNE-SATCJRDAT SrOTMTINO-. JAK'UA'Rr !!. 3SD7.
tltcaclors will plenso noto that ndvortlae
monfs, orders for Job worlc, nml Items for
publication left nt tho establishment pf
Shannon & Co., newsdoalers, North Main
street, will receive prompt attention; of
ilca open from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Social Catherine of Trnlnmcu nml
tlic Indies' Auxiliary.
The nnnunl social of tho Ladles' aux
iliary to the IJrothorhood of Railroad
Trainmen and their friends was at
tended on New Year's eve at the "Watt
bulldltiK, und was, In all respects, a
Tho hall was crowded and the largo
number present showed tho popularity
of this organization of ladles. The hall
was beautifully and appropriately doc
orated for the occasion by the train;
Hugs, lanterns and emblems of the
biulherhood had been tastefully ar
ranged. Upon the platform the minia
ture caboose had been placed as an ap
propriate feature. During the evening
a covering was removed from one part
of the platform and laige banner ap
pealed, upon which wete Inscribed the
words: "L-. A. to 13. of H. T. Faithful
"Workers, No. 71."
In the reception room adjoining the
ball room four long tables were abund
antly supplied with all that could be
desired for the feast. The music for
dancing was furnished by Professor
Evans, of Olyphant. The numerous
guests enjoyed the hospitality of their
friends until an early hour and will
long remember the beginning of a hap
py new year. Tho following commit
tee had charge of tho arrangements:
Mrs. "W. J. Perry, chairman; Mrs. Wal
ter Dlx, iUrs. Louis Rector, Mrs. Will-
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Ono of the modern, handsome residences recently added to Carbonclale's rftp.dly growing number Is that of George S.
Kimball. It Is a frame structure of graceful proportions. The first floor contain? four rooms in addition to a large hall
which 111ns (from ono side of the building to the other. The hall Is open to the ceiling of the second Iloor and Is so irranged
that It can be used as a music room. The second lloor contains sleeping apartments en suite and on the third lloor Is locat
ed tho billiard room and &ervants' rooms. The house has seven large lire places and Is llnlshed throughout In an excellent
manner. The building was designed by Brown & Morris of Scranton.
iam Thomas and Mrs. II. II. Daley.
Among those who rendered aid were
several members of the brotherhood,
Messrs. V. J. Perry, L'ouls Rector,
Howard Potter, John Thomas, C. "W.
Lowden, Thomas Kelly and others gave
their able assistance.
Assistant Fire Chiefs Appointed.
P. F. Mollltt, chief of the lire depart
ment, has made his appointments as
follows: Charles Alexander, of Mitch
ell Hose company, as llrst assistant
chief; William Malloy, of Cottage Hose
company, his second assistant chief for
the coming year. The secretaries of
the different fire companies have been
directed to make a list of members now
in good standing In their organizations,
and tjils list will be given to the city
clerk and kept on record.
Wntcli fleeting Services.
The Methodist services appropriate
for New Year's eve were well atended
and the exercises in charge of the lap
worth league were especially Interest
ing. A paper was read by Professor H,
J. Hockenberry relating to the life of
Nellie Stephens, a member of the or
ganization until her recent death. The
usual services appropriate for the occa
sion were attended In a devout manner
The Rev. Charles Lee united Miss
Rosana Richards and George D. Kase
in marriage on New Year's eve at the
Presbyterian manse. The young peo
ple are well nown residents of this city
and will reside on Wayne street.
ILOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Morgan enter
tained a number of their friends on New
Year's eve. Among those who enjoyed
the occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Isgur, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mor
gan, Mr. and Mrs. William Hubbard,
Mr. und Mrs. William Cramer, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Cramer, Mrs. Mary Phil
lips, Mrs. fizzle Price, Misses Sarah
Phillips, Stella Morgan, Kthel Morgan,
Hazel Morgan; Masteis Willie Moigan
and Raymond AVard.
Frederick Moon, son of Mj and Mrs.
Edwin Moon, of this city, has been
appointed an agent at the Union station.
For several years past he has had
charge of the Mill Creek station, and his
Hocking Chairs, Centre Tables,
Stands, Screens, Pictures, Has
socks, Carpet Sweepers, Rugs and
.Mats, and the largest and finest
assortment of Carpets in the city,
PltlCES always the lowest.
J. SOOTT ENGLIS,
Carpets, Wall Papen and Draperies,
419 LACKd AVENUE.
many friends will gladly welcome him
again. Mr. Moon has-had a long and
trusted position with the Delaware and
Miss Mary Doylo, of Scranton, Is vis
iting hot; sister, Miss Clara, at her home
on South Church street.
C. P. O'Connor spent New Years In
Rev. Father O'Rourke, of Hnzleton,
visited relatives In this city on Wed
nesday. Miss Sadlo Sweeney, of Archbald, is
the guest of Miss Mary Nealon.
Mrs. Augusta Snow, of Prompton, Is
vlsltng Mrs. N. C. Alvord.
Mrs.- John Mulligan Is visiting her
sister, Mrs. William Huillngame, of
Andrew Blank, Jr., of Rrandt, is vis
iting his sister, Mis. 13. IS. dardner, of
Mrs.' Frank Garney, of Kingston, is
a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Mitchell, of Canaan street.
Miss Josephine Powers, of Plttston, is
visiting Miss Ella Harte, of Dundaft
Miss Eliza Osborne, of Jennyn, now
a student at Mlllersvllle. is the guest
of Miss May Klllpatrlck, of Darte ave
nue. Professor C. L. Doty and wife have
removed to Whitehall, N. Y., where he
has accepted a position as a teacher
in a business college.
Miss Mattle Howell is ill at her home
on Salem avenue.
Muigaret Haley Is confined to her
home with sickness.
Charles liialr Is confined to his home
on account of injuries received while at
his work at the Weston Mill.
George C. Hart Is very 111 at his homo
on South Park street.
A watch party was tendered Miss
Ann Jones, while the old year was go
ing out. and a new one doming in, on
RESIDENCE OF GEORGE 5. KIMBALL.
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Thursday evening at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Jones,
of Mlnooka, by her many friends of
this town. The evening was pleasant
ly spent in various amusements and
games, and also In singing and reciting,
after which refieshments were served.
Then all Joined In singing "Good
Night," and wishing all and ono
another a happy New Year. The mu
sic was discoursed In a most pleasing
manner by Misses Jane Jones, Mary
Ann Lewis, William Jones, William
Bowen attd William Sheldon, while
recitations were given by Miss Mattle
Havard, Evan G. Evans and George
Williams. Those who asslted and
were present are as follows: Misses
Mary Thomas, Carrie I-Onthold, Annie
Rose, Lizzie Bowen, Ann Jones, Delia
Williams, Sarah Winters, Mary Davis,
Rozenla Jones, Lizzie Winters, Emma
Welburn and Messrs. William J. Hos
kins, Frank Powell, William J. Davis,
Edward Gangwer, Frederick Wilson,
Herbert Hall, David Bowen, William
Falrclough, Albert Rose, James
Thomas, D. Edwards, Joseph Evans,
John Welburn, Evan Jones and George
Charles, the C-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Casper Ott, of the First ward,
died Thursday night after a brief ill
ness, and will be buried tomorrow af
ttrnoon. Interment will be made at the
Forest Home cemetery.
The shooting match which was to
have taken place yesterday between
Alfred Williams and Reese Price, both
of this borpugh, has been postponed
owing to an acicdent which occuned I
to the lutter.
The marriage of Miss Mary Jane
Reese to David Beecham, was solem
nized last evenlnsr at the home of tho
bride's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis
M. Reese, on Union street. Hev. J. M.
Lloyd performed the ceremony nt 8.20
o'clock, before a largo number of rela- '
tlves and friends. The bildesmald was .
Miss Mary r.obbjns. The groom was
attended by Lewis Reese, brother of
the bride. After the ceremony the
friends and a fine repast followed.
Services will be held at the Calvary
Baptist church tomorrow at the usual
1 ours, Dr. II. II. Harris ofllclatlns;.
'I he many friends of Miss Lizzie Da
vis tendered her a party on Thursday
ovening at the home of her parent?,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davis, of Main
stieet. The evening was pleasantly
spent In different games, after which
refreshments were served, when till
adjourned wishing eacli other a hap
py Kev, Year.
Mr. Harry Hood, of Plymouth, spent
yesterday with friends In this town.
Mrs. Decker Is seilously 111 at her
home on Union street.
Mr3. fie nice Chance, of Hyde Pails,
visited friends in this town yesterdav.
Mis. William M. Evans, of Hyde
Park, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jumes Slur-
ris, Jr., vosterdcy.
Mr. William Nyhaidt visited Hyde
Park on Tliur.dn; evening.
The Rev". II. II. Hanls was the adju
dicator on lecltaMons at the Ilellevue
eisteddfod yesterday. A large numhe.'
of Taylor people intended the eistedd
fod. Miss Mamie Francis, of Lailtn, vis
ited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs,
James Morris, sr yesterdayr
Mr. Reese Lewis, of Hyde Paik, was
a Taylor visitor on Thursday evening.
Mr. David Plckeral, of Duryea, vls
Isted this place yesterday.
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Our worthy contemporary alludes to
this sheet in yesterdav's Issue as the
Water company's organ. This paper
refutes that statement. It Is neither
an oigan of tho council, or tho water
company, but It Is an oignn of the
people, and does support them, as the
Increased subscriptions will bear wit
ness. Those who attended tho Firemen's
ball on New Ycnr's eve frpm out of
town were: Mlf-ses Katlo Lally, Nora
Cosgrove, Fanny Coleman, Ida Wiilto,
Mary Roland, Messis. JGhn Roland,
James Vail, M. J. Ready and Patrick
Swift, of Archbald; Misses Paulino
Spaeth, and Mary Maxwell, of Carbon
dale. Misses Maggie Murrln, Mnggie
Murphy, Maggie Wulsh, Mamie Walsh
and Mr. Murrln, of Scranton; Mr. Fled
J. Hi'irlck, of Blughaniton; Mr. Webb
Hamlin, of Groat Rend; Mr. Charles
Price, of Wyoming; Misses Maggie and
Annie Hereon, Miss Sislble, of Hones
dale, Messis. Russ Hoffeckur and Wil
liam Gunn, ol Peckvllle.
Miss Johlo Davis entertained a few
of her friends at her home on Thurs
day evening. A series of games was
played, after which a lunch wns seived.
All reported a very pleasant evening.
Motsrs. William Stevens, David Colon
and Evan Phillips, or Scranton, spent
Friday wllh Mr. and Mrs. Juntos R.
Evans, of Fourth stieet.
Messrs. J. J. Place und Edward
Rurke called on friends in Rutturmilk
Miss Emma Rutts, of Scranton, is vis
iting Mrs. Aithur Day.
The following gentlemen attended the
masquerade bull at Aichbald Thursday
evening: Messrs. Harry Hughes, John
Greenslade, Thomas Williams and John
Miss Nellie Shiver, of Cnrbondalo,
called on friends In town yesterday.
Professor II. J. Hockenberry and son,
Raymond, of Oarbondnle, circulated
among friends In town yesterday.
Miss Nellie Bryant, of Wnymart, Is
visiting Miss Emma Scutt, of North
Messrs. James Vail and Martin Caw-
ley called on friends In town yesterday.
The young men of town made their
New Year calls yesterday and wore
very particular to miss none. The es
timable young ladles have promised
to treat the boys better when leap year
Mrs. James Mcrrett was visiting In
The two men who bought a wheel
and borrowed a wrench of II. E. Van
Kleek on Tuesday, forgetting to pay
for the wheel and returning the wrench
were captured near Wyoming yester
day. Mr. Van Kleek placed them un
der arrest. The case will be heard be
fore Squire llelmos on Monday. Their
ball was qualified.
One day this week the proprietor of
the St. George hotel had Benjamin
Westgate, the butcher, arrested for a
board bill amounting to about $1S. Be
fore the constable had served the war
People iiml just the help llioy so much
nucil, in Hood's Snrstiimi'illn. It fur
nishes tho desired strength by nuri
fyinjr, vitalizing and enriching the
blood, and thus builds up the nerves,
tones tho Monmch and regnlntes tho
Avholo system, licnd this:
" I waiit to praise Hood's Sarsaparilla,
My healtu nm llowlli nml x mrt the-grip,
After that, my heart and nervous system
i were badly affected, so that I could not do
my own work. Our physician gave mo
some help, but did not cure. 1 decided
to try Hood's Sarsaparllla. Soon I could
do all my own housework. 1 havo takeu
Hood's Pills with Hood's Sarsapurilla,
and they havo done mo much good. I
will not bo without them. 1 havo taken 13
bottlesoi Hood's Barsaparilla, and through
tho ble3slug ol God, it lias cured me.
1 worked as hard as ever the past sum
mer, and 1 am thankful to bay I am
Hood's Pills when taken with
Hood's Sarsaparilla help very much."
Mrs. M. M. Messenger, Freehold, Penn.
This and many other cures provo that
Is the Ono Truo lllood I'ur'ner. All druggists. $1.
l'iep.ired only bye. I, llooi, Co., Lowell, .Mush.
u ii nm act easily, promptly auU
Hood's PUIS eBectUely. a ceuu.
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The absolutely pure
ROYAL the most celebrated of all
the baking powders in the world cel
ebrated lor its great
leavening strength and
purity. It makes your
cakes, biscuit, bread,
etc., healthful, it assures
you against alum and all
Torms of adulteration
that go with the cheap
ROYAL DAKIN3 P3WDM
rant Mr. Westgate had left town. Mr.
Crawford Is unxlously awaiting his re
turn. Messis. II. S. and H. T. Whitney, of
Susquehanna county, are visiting Chas.
Potter, of West Maylleld.
Messrs. John Roach and Fred J. Her
rick visited the fair at St. Thomas'
church, Archbald, last evening.
Miss Elizabeth Robinson and Miss
Hlnes, of Scranton, visited their school
mates, Misses Cora Davis und Carrie
A social gathering of young people
wus held at the home of Misses Ltberta
and May Henwood on Second street
lust evening. Among those present
weie: Miss Mame Jones, Alice Watklns,
Blanche Hubbard, Helen Passmore,
Messrs. Frank Jones, David Reese, of
Carbondale, and Misses Ida Carter,
Hattle Mason, Myra Hill, Sarah Jen
kins, Messrs. Bruce Knapp, David Jen
kins, Frank Gendall, Charles Maynard.
Mr. and Mrs. George Buckingham
and son, Thomas, who have been visit
ing friends In New York, returned home
A New Year's eve party was given
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
Fiiund, of West Mayfield, on Thursday
evening. They spent the last hours of
the old year In singing and game play
ing, and all were very much pleased with
the way in which they were enter
tained. Those in attendance were Miss
Jones, Forest City; Miss Perris, Prlce-
burg: Mary A. Penrose; Messrs. George
Ronnie, Sam Griffiths, Will Davis, J.
M. Gill, John Rowc Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Hartel, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Waters.
Chnrles Smith made a business trip
to the Electric City yesterday.
Martin Gill, Samuel Grlfllths and Wil
liam E. Davles were courageously look
ing for life In Carbondale yesterday.
They said there was none to be found
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Merrett, of May
field, were visiting relatives In Carbon
Tho Rev. William Surdival made a
business trip to Carbondale yesterday.
Miss Rose Farrell, of Mayfield, was
visiting friends in Carbondale yester
day. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Morgan, of
Mayfield, entertained a number of
f 1 lends at their home last evening. The
following are those fiom out of town
who attended: Mrs. Joseph Powell and
daughter, Isadora, of Peckvllle; Miss
Elsie Powell, of Heriick Centre; Miss
Mary Morgans, of 01 pliant; Mrs. Clara
Stephens, of Peckvllle.
The Misses Nora and Gussle Sutten,
of Lehigh, are spending a few days at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Homer En
glish. I.nst Wednesday evening Miss Bertha
Pfck entertained a number of her
friends who made up a camping party
at Heart Lake last summer nt the
home of her rurents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
D. Pork, on Main street. An enjoy
able evening was passed with games,
ringing and o'her social amusements,
after which I'dieshments were seived.
lhose prevent wore: Mr. and Mis.
Stratton, of L.nghamton, N. Y.j Misses
Anna and Jennie Stratton and John H.
Kemp, of Scranton; Mr. and Mrs. Iionn
and E. J. Barthold, Olyphant; Misses
May Gummroe, Grace liailer, Elllo
Curtis and Nellie Peek, Messrs. Wil
lard A. Peck, A. P. Klezer and G. M,
The following were elected officers
of Blakely council, Junior Order United
American Mechanics, last AVednes.dny
evening: Councillor, John Mitchell;
vlce-councelolr, A. W. Jenkins; assist
ant se.'ietary, Roy Wndeman; conduct
or, Edgar Llndsloy; inside sentinel,
William Fralzer; trustee, Herbert E.
Charles L. Arnold, of Plttsfleld,
Mass., Is vibitlng ills sister, Mis. S. W.
Miles U. Wademnn received his com
mlslson lain Wednesday as district
deputy state councellor of tho Jr. O,
U. A. M.
A tegular meeting of tho Illahely
boar of health will be held at tho coun
cil looms this evening.
Henry Blocs, of V.irton, Wayne coun
ty, Is spending Now Year's at the homo
of ills sun. Councilman W. S. llloes.
William J. Buhner uunounoos himself
as a candidate for the olllce of tax col
lector of Blakely borough this spring.
Oscar A. Wilght, of Nay Aug, and
Miss Amy Shcere, ot South Canaan,
and Gecigo Turner and Hattle Wilght,
of Nay Aug, were joined In the holy
bonds of matrimony at the Methodist
Episcopal parsonage, by tho Rev. S. C.
Miss Maud Troverton entertained a
number of her friends at her home on
Main street last Wednesday evening.
She waH assisted In entertaining by her
cousin, Miss Pearl Treverton, of Green
Ridge. Gaines and music were the
features of amusement during the eve
ning, and refreshments were served.
Those present were: Misses Peari
Ti overtoil, Lillian Peck, Enna Barnes,
Jesslo Hoffecker niauche and Graco
Taylor, Rebecca Coyne, Rosa ,Hray and
Win Smokes, Walter Peck, Albert
Chapman, Kdwaid and George Lvck-
lln, Roy Wademan, Joseph English,
William Snedlcor and Walter Williams.
Services nt the Baptist chuich Sun
day, Junuaiy 3, 1897, at 10.30 a. in. Sub
ject, "The Past Repeated." S. S. at
2.20, B. Y, O. U. at C p. in. Sermon at 7
subject, "Come Thou With Us and We
Tn o vax. H acia nil
CO., NEW YOHK.
Will Do Thee Good." A series of re
vival meetings begun In the Baptist
church New Year's eve, and will con
tinue two or three weeks. We expect
to have outside help to do the preach
ing. Let everybody come, aim enjoy
the services and tecelve the many
blessings Gpd has in store for them.
Services begin at 7.30 p. in., prompt.
H. Y. Allen, pastor.
Services tomorrow as usual in the
M. E. church, at 10.30 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Preaching by the pastor, Rev. S. C.
Slmpklns. Theme for the morning: "A
Retrospect for the Past Year." Even
ing, "Now the Only Time." A sermon
to young men. Sunday school at 2.S0.
Epworth League at C p. m. All are
cordially Invited; especially young men.
Business boom at Davis'
recognize this as the only
establishment in Scran
ton where garments are
made to order at popular
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
WT DAVI; 3I5 Wyoming Ave.
. J. LAYIi3t Arcade BullJInR.
We prefer to count dollars
rather than shoes, regardless
,of what the loss may be.
We quote figures to make
record-breaking sale. Never
were such money-saving
chances offered to the public.
Now is the time and here is
the place for unparalleled
"SO pair Men's Enamel and Fiench
Patent Leather Shoos, regular pilco the
world over 5 to $0, our cut pilco only
S.'.OS, all styles and widths.
1,IH. pair Men's Hand-sower Calf Shoes,
calf-lined, regular price tho woild over $U
to ?3.&0, our cut pilco only $1.9S.
1.1CG pair Men's Calf Hund-sewcr Shoes,
worth .C0 to $3, for $1.73.
1.573 pair Men's Dress und Street Shoes,
Congrefcs and Lace, S1.C0, for bS.
1.5WJ pair Roys' School Shoes, slzas 2',j
to iJVsi w orth $1.50, for 7jc.
1,000 pair Boys' Flno Dress shoes at 93c.
730 pair Youth's Shoes at pi ices C'jc,
73c, 'JSo. and $1.23.
C73 pair Ladles' Flue Fiench Kid hand
tuined Shoes, Gray Bros.' make, tho
BEST Ladles' Shoo in the woild, worth
from $3 to $0 pair, out down to JJ.S3.
b30 pair Ladles' Flno Shoes, Johnson nml
other well-known makes, hand-turned,
worth $3.50 to $1, for J1.9S.
CS pulr Ladles' Hand-Sewed Shoes, sizes
only 3 anil 3i, K width, worth $J, for
1.53iJ pair Ladles' Dress und Stitot Shoes,
woith $1.30, for 9i'
730 pair Mlssts' Flno Shoos, P. Con's
make, tho Unest and best Misses Shoe In
tho woild, worth $2.50, cut to $1.49.
1,200 pair Misses' Fine Shoes, woith $1.50,
2.5ij0 pair Mi3ses' DongoU Button Shoes,
sizes 11 to 2, worth $1, for 49c.
433 pair Child's Shoes, worth $2.00, cut to
2.500 Childs" Dongola Button Shoes,
worth 75c, for 89c.
We invite you to call and
examine our goods before
buying elsewhere, and make
our store your headquarters.
Remember.' there is no trou
ble to show goods and you
will surely save money by it.
307 LACKA. AVE.
N. Jl, -Look for iinmo and number and maku
no mistake) with other housos of saino name.
PHILADELPHIA ftlANUFACTURERS OF CLOAKS AND SUITS
(u ham1!onie T.lzerlno plush Capes, 30-lnch
lengths, full sweep, Thibet and Marten
tilmtnltiR, somo Pinbioldereu in out jets
and hi applique styles. The like never
wus sold In this .city for less (fp QO
than $15; our l eduction pflce .. OOiuO
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN SEPAKATH
DRESS SKIIITS-6U0 Bolide skirts, lined
and Interlined, full width In brown,
green, blnck and blue: regulur n no
price $3.93; now ivJ0
2. WEINQART, Proprietor,
421 LACKAWANNA AVENUE
NO CHARGE FOR
rcOTk In wgBm max Bt
W Ik. ITT Bl Ha Tj
CLEARING SALE OF
At a sweeping reduction in prices in order to
close them out before our stock-taking
January ist, 1897.
Screens, Easels, Umbrella Stands, Bric-a-Brac,
Tabourettes, Onyx Top Tables and
Cabinets, Tea Tables, Fancy Chairs and
Rockers, Carpet Sweepers, Blacking Cases,
Ottomans, Hassocks, Etc.
Turkish Dagestan, Wilton, Hoquette,
Sheepskin, Goatskin and 5myrna Rugs, Baby
Carriage Robes and a Full Line of Cocoa,
Rubber and Wire Door Mats, all sizes.
Opp. Main Entrance
to WyomlnB House
Special Attention Given to Business and Pen
Liberal Accommodations Extended According
to Balances and Responsibility.
395 Interest Allowed on Interest Deposits.
The closing days of the old year have witnessed
lively doings in our various departments, and we weh
come the new year with the happy anticipation of even
brighter times. But while business in general has been
very gratifying some few departments have suffered
The following is one of them:
Comforts and Blankets at Cost.
X The stock is complete, quality ranges from the very
X hest to the cheapest, pattern coverings and color effects
T leaves nothing to be desired. And the price to you is
X positively the cost to us.
& Eiderdown Quilts $2.99
Host Sateen 1 l-'l Comforts,
white cotton iillod nnd beau
tifully c,uilted $2.40
A uil heavy 11-4 Coin
The roKular $1.75 kind .$1.10
Those that were $1.25. .. . 09c
Also 11 few of the cheap
ALL $15 SUITS IN OUR CLOTHING DEPT. REDUCED TO $10
casn or v. AaTOMi
HOKE I Credlt W"
Wo havo Just purchased 23,000 dollar
oith of stock of CAPES, COATS.
HKIIITS. and WAISTS only. Our enor
mous trado tolls the. story of wonderful
envlng of spot cash buying and spot cash
selling. Our preparations for tho holiday
trade wcro made by reducing prices be.,
foto ChilsttiMB in order to glvo our patJ
rons n clianco to have their garments fo4
midwinter wear. It Is not necessary .to)
wait until tho season Is over. You will
nnd it a benefit to come and examine ous
stock beforo purchasing elsewhere.
S0O Ilouele Conts half silk lined rO QO
formerly $0.Wj now $iiJO
C00 fine Persian Astrachan coats, lined with
the finest llhadumo silk, trimmed wltH
little iieurl buttons, former A QO
price (J.S8 now TWO
100 extra fine French caterpillar coats, half
silk lined, made up In the newts 7 QQ
effects, former price $10.38; now iiOO
STC nil wool Korsoy Coats, lined with tin
Taffeta silk, handsomely trimmed, sold
In New York city for $15 each. Owiii
10 our lortunnto purcnaso can
sell them to you for
104 fine crushed Astrachan Capes, Bills
lined, full sweep, Thibet fur trimming,
sold In this city at $11.00; ro- A QO
duetlon price tiUO
D00 beautiful figured mohair skirts, 4 yard
wide, lined and interlined, velvet bind
lug; a bargain at $3.00; our 1 AQ
pricu I it J
If we bought up the whole space of this
paper we would not bo able to give you n
correct Idea of tho bargains we have. Con.
sequently we save expenses in every waj
In order to give you the full benefit la
Established 23 Yean
SON & CO.,
Carpets and Draperies.
408 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Here are a few quotations'
llest Sun Marco California
all wool lllankets, 72x82.. $5.23
A first-rate 11-4 picklock
wool lJlanket. with silk
The ordinary 10-4 Blanket,
white or gray, at fl!)a