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THIS SCItANTON I'KIBUNE-SATURDAY. DECEJ1BJ5K 17, 1898.
.. SUCCESSFUL VENTURE. Indian Toot Ball Team Gives n Good Entertainment. A fair sized audience was present nt the Indian 1'ootlmll team's onleitnln tnont In the Wntt hulldliiK Inst even ing1. The programme wn4 opened hy llio celebrated violin virtuoso, rrofesor Vnndornken. lio tendered n "election from tho opera '.Murthn " Ml"" Elea nor Jon"s nave, with uood effect, n newly incparod icvlliitlon entitled. "Ashes on the Slide." Mrs. Hannah l.con'itd. A It Joium and Joseph I'nttlo furiiNheei the vocal mmlc and e ich iocolvtel iin ouoote for Kootl solo vvoik. MNs May Giiuttluen was heartily a)iplauded for hrr exoi-u-tlon of a banjo nolo. She vwm accom panied by Miss Muiy Noulnn at the piano. Hcmv H title, In It Ish speclt-ltlee, and (' I. O'Connor In ne'Kio special ties Mi'i'iHcl the litimoi. The latter made a hit with the audience by leav ing tho t-taKP and matching fleeing Kaulknor from tho lull. In connection with this entoti-riz- the footballlstx issued a pinarninin called "The Indians' War hoop," tip on which they had about $7." worth of advertising. A dance followed the entettalnnient. ANNUAL ELECTION. Fidelity ConcluVe. No. 11 Imiuoveel Order of lleptnsophs, h.to elected the following olllcei to seive the iie:U term An lion, W It Johnson, pto vost, F It Deei; s-eeretiity, ('. A. Kase, llnanclei. ('. V. Johnson, tte.is urct', A. i I.ottus; piclatc, Hubert Hroeile- Inspeitoi, 1' II. liakoi ; war den, Louis Km I, ventlne!. A. 1.. iiur ney, tttistees. Frank Smith, Vv". H. Moon, "W. U. Stephens lepiesent.i'Ke to suiireme com lave. V It. Moon; al ternate, W. It Johnson. HAXTY SUItPRISE. Mr. and Mi. W. J. nicniion, of Fast Side Paik nave their iliiiiHhicr a happy sitipilso on ThuiMlii) by en tertnlnliiR' the following ouiik peioiu from' ttic central city: Nellie Camp bell, Katie 1.1 1 tie. Nellie Little, Mamie Monahan, Sadie MeUariv, Lizzie Jiieti nan, Anna Monahan, Mamie Fonder, Anna Kapfcr. Huso O'Houike, Jonn Peele. Dan Fccle. Willie Mctiatr.v. Wil lie Mcllale, llugh Gallagher, Jam Murrln, John Lofttis, John Hutke Hei -bert Newton and Thomas llteimnti. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Thomas Anderson, of Lenovvll'e, called on fi lends in this city yester day. He Is a memliei ot the (.iiand Army of the Hepublie Walton Lee, who has been ill for a month with typhoid fever, was down town foi the 111 st time yesterda.v John Noirls, of llelmont stieet, has i plumed fiom Flmita. Joseph Fianl: has sold his Eighth aenuo properly to L L. Loveland. Miss Lottie Wlllaul. of Helmont stieet. Is lllling a deikshlp at the Fair dining the holldav season. Miss E.n ma Coons Is in the thy goods ileum t ment of (1. W. Kejnolils and Sons, .Mr and Mis. H. A. Ci.ift and son, David, Mr. and Mis. Chailes Ci.ift and .on. Mi and Mis. Dwight Ci.ift and family weie nt Herrlik attending' fho golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Selli Walker yesletday. Among those floin this city who will attend the oidlnation of Hev. Kieinr.n Hanks In Baltimore today aie Patrick Hanks, A. M. Hanks, Miss Susie Hanks, James J. Ltlftus and Mls Loietla Walker and Patrick Bergen, of May Held Mis. Cop Dm land and daughter, Mrs. C. H. Hrady. of Honesdalc, who have been vi-dtlm; Mis. Thomas Nichols, have gone to Siranton to Mt friends. Miss Mai Ian Crane la expected home today. Mlsi-es Melllcent and Emily Fold, who have resided here for the past two years, will leave Monday for New Yoik city. They have many fi lends who will miss them. Miss Helen Alexander will take up her residence with her aunt, Mrs. J id ivln, on Buikctt stieet. Mr. and Mrs. Geotge Robinson, of Foster, aro visiting relatives In this city. Miss Delia Hagley's condition Is- now Improving. " Harry Lister, of the AVIlllamson Tiade school, of Philadelphia, Is home to spend Christmas. Announcement has been made ot the coming matrlage of M. II. Civanaugh, tho South Side met chant, to Miss Hrld get T. Joyce, daughter of Mr. mid Ms Michael Joyce, of Gordon nvenue. The ceremony will bo perfoimed at St. Rose's church on Tuesday, Dec. -7. PECKVILLE. The revival meetings In the Metho dic Episcopal church still continue, and the Intciest seems to be Increas ing instead of diminishing1. The chinch has htood nobly by tho pastor, Hev. S, C. Simpklns, who has been untiring in his zeal and cfti its. The pastor will pteach moi n I ii g nnd evening cat Sun day theme for morning, "Tin New Ulrth What It Is." evening. "The House of Mercy Who Are In It " Meetings will continue nciy exenlni next week. The public arc cordially invited. Mrf. I-ydla Jacloon. of Camden, X. J is visiting her daughter, Mis. S. c. Simpklns. Hev. W. L. Thoipe, presiding cldet ot Honesdale district, visited Hev. s. C. Simpklns yctciday. Hev W. I.. Thoipo and others aio expected to assist In the jevHat mill ings next week in the Methodise Kpls copal ehuich. Everybody will receive a e ordlnl welcome. Mr. and Mis. James Jophng wIMi to thank all who so kindly assisted them In their recent Mid bei pavement. William Watlleld visited iclatlves at Honesdale yesterday. The Hlue Hldge und Ontnilo collier les will pay their emplojes ioda Shortly before " o cloc k Tliiiixd.iy moinlng, a quantity of coiion waste was discovered to be In Haines In the ttMWSSSS COFFEE. HADE H PURE QUMHS. Get a package from your grocer. 15 eta. and 25 cts. ir-zi Tkf irij me iifou- 09 p - 'iuiinfvr. LI Leltoj.K.V llklFl Sc.MI.j.11 -JSfe WJNJOJ S kJiLBAttOr rW "sWL yti&gm MWMm &3Hmi c-C'CnA i Lrmn. a1 I Qli ltmI eiiRlno houso nt the Mount .Tessup col liery. An nlnrnt of fire was Bounded but tho flro was pxtlnGiilshed by the lompany hand') before any damage was done. Peckvlllo Unptlst church-Itev. J. H. Thomas, pastor. Services tomonow nt 10,30 n. m. and T p in. Morning sub ject, "Faithfulness;" evriilnc subject "I.esons from an Ancient Elnecrer." Sabbath school at 11. nil a. m. Alt are w elcotne Senlcof In the I'reybyterlan clintch next Sunday tit in .10 a. m. and 7 p. nt. Sunday school nt 11. IB a. in. Subject for moinlnf:, "Jtidnh'a Sin," a tevlcw of the Sundny school lessons for tho quartet. All welcome. Hev. S. 11. Moon, D. 1)., pastor. We Have tho Greatest Stock or Diamonds In lh city to select ftoin, pi lees that could not be met with by am of our tompetitois call and ce them. Uavldow t'ros. OLYiUiANT. The Tail' of the Slsteis of the 1m inaculale Ileal I of Mai v. for which meat pieparatlons have been made for everal weeks p.tM, will open In llio stone building on Liu kaw anna stieet next Wednesday evening. The deco lating will be done by Ulmmers fiom Joins l.on't; Sons stole, Ser.uitoti. A huge number nt' beautiful and valuable nt tides have been ptesented unci will be arranged In dlfterent booths, which will be In charge of the dlffeiont so cletUs of St. Pattlek's chinch. Excel lent talent has been seemed for the eiitelt.ilnmcnls whkh will be given each evening The funeral of the late John Sliei 1111111, who died uu Wednesday last, took place ycdetday 11101 ning at 11 odock from the family home In l'lakelv. and was atti tided by manv fi lends mid rel atives. Alter a lulef serv Ii e at the house the leinalns weie conv e ed to Scott fot bulla). The pallbe.ueis weie Lewis N'Wton, James Whedei. Fr.inU Halstead. Horace L'mei-un. We-eot Stone and Chailes Stone. J. L. Hawk has accepted a position In Athertun'h Heady Fi.v stuii1 Cciminc nclng lod.iv No '. and Eddy Cieek tollleiles will w 01 k fveiy other dav until lurther ord'-i- "ietvliet, will !) J,, 1,1 at the usual hours in the Coiigng'ttlnnal church to moirow men ning and evening. In the evening the tlvnie will he An Epitaph tor the Yeai 1 vi " ;..-. l',.t,. noberU will pleach Tomonow muiiihig H-v. Li iov Stephens, n D.. of Lev. Klim u will occupy the pulpit 01 the HHkcly Map tlst ehuieli. At the evening sei vice Hev. J. H. Ellis will d"lK-er a .seinion 011 'Man's Soul ,1 Hcalliv." I'.egular Episcopal s-ei Ic es will be held In Kdw aid's hall. Hlake. toinor low alteinoen at ."Mo o'c loc !,. Hev. E. J. Ilatighton will have tli.tige Edward H.igan has relumed fiom a hunting tilp to Stat nice 1. -Mis. Janus Casev, of Dunmoie stieet. Is ,.y in .Mis '. , Sehlager penl yes-terdny with id. Hives at Avoc-a. Mis. Thomas Muiphv. of C uhond'ile. Is the guest of Mt Jlllin .Wiipliy. en" J.ac kau.iiiii.i .-tieet. Miss N'ellle Mct5.ll 1. v. of South Side, Seianton, Is visiting Mis- Jennie Lan giu. Ladies' Solid Gold Pens. 11 carat, with hand-onie peail han dles, $1 . iiavidow Hi os., LV7 Lacka wanna avenue. WAVERLY. Will J. McCcnnell, the gieat temper nine npost'. will deliver his lectin f al the Haptist c hutch the next two Wieks, eoiniuenring tomonow night. A quiet but liatttiful home wedcilng look place lest Wednesdav evening at the home of Mi. and Mlc B. E. I'arkc r, when MIs Cnirle Smith, sister of Mis. Paiker, was mauled to Mi Fiedeilek M. Clancey, of Seianton Hey. A. Her gen Hiowp peilormed the ceiemony. The )iouc was hnnd'oniely decorated with llnvveis. fein.s and evergreens. Ar ler the ceiemony an elegant supper was sened. Only the Immediate icla tlves of the happy couple weto piesent. Fiom edit of town weie piesent Mis. Clancey, Seianton, Mi ami Mi Xaen nilali Emoiy. of ClaikV Miinmlt: Wil laid Vosbuigh and Mi-si IJessle Emcny, ot Claik's Summit. Mr and Mis. O. K. Heeiner. of Claik's Summit. Mr. and Mis. JI L. Iluidlek. d Scranton. Mr. and Mis. Tinman Aekeil, of Scott, Mr. anil Mis. John Pelham, of Seian ton. The newly mauled couple will leside In Gieeii Hldge, wheie a furn ished hntiM? awaits them. Quarteily meeting of the- Fii'e Meth odists will be held heie commencing Dec. T, lo Dec. 2". Ine lush e. Hev. j. T. Logan, piesicilng elder, will conduct senile. Mis E. S. Calkins Is vMtlng fi lends In Scranton. Qii.n-teily meeting will lie held at the Mrthodlst Episcopal cl-uidi tomonow moinlng. Hev. J. H. Sumner will pi p. side. The Epwoilh league elected the fol lowing oflleeis to seive for the next leinr Piesldent, Miss Maty Green: vice pieslelents. Dr. J. P. Coult. Miss Sophia Meishon, Mi- Jessie Case, sceiotnr. Miss Heitha tlalel . treauier, George T. Wainei, ehoilstei, F. C. Ilan.ven Di. J. P. Coult. George Steeg, Geoige Sherman. William Letson, Geinge Iletkman, Chailes C Gieen, E. S. Cal kins. Piofessoi F. c Ilanyen, A. H. Cowies, of Electric Star lodge. No. t'tfi, I. O. O. F , attended an Initiation nnd banquet ot Gieen Hldge lodge of I. O O. F. last Thuisday night. The bain of Tinman Vail was ton sumed by lire last Thuisday afternoon, A huge amount of hay and last sea son's pioduce. besides Jive pigs and a young colt which could not be gotten old, weie consumed by the Hie, Mr. Vail rm iled u small insinance. His lofs Is heav.v. OLD FORGE. The second annual fail eif the t.aw-n-iKO hose company, No. J, will com mence at their new hall on next Mon day evening, Dec. 19. and villi e in-,. limn feu- enie week. The members of the company ami their lady friends have left nothing undone to make the fair the mandest sue-cess In the Ids loi tit iia place. The spaelous bootiis will be tilled wilh the choicest urtl cles of every ilescilptlon. Dlfleient Jllo companies ami bands will be lu attend ance each night. They have engnge.l the best talent of the place anil the suiioiinding dlstilcts for their r-mc-tatumenls, also there will be cake walk and a giand panicle. If jiiii have not seen mi) of join fi lends timing the last ten eais don't foiget the Lav lem e lali and you will be sine to meet them t licit-. All membeiH of the Lavvic-iuo h .sr-i-niipany n i h ietut-hted to meet tonight ut their hall at 7 p. in. sharp. The leglstc-rs of voters have made theh canvass for December. The boons aie now at the tegular polling places. Fvery voter ought to see that he 1ms icglated. Thursday, the 22nd of .hli month, will bo tho last day to do so previous to tno spring election. Wesley Johnson nnd Job W. Thorn ton are Scranton visitors this week Mr. Gllroy Allen, ot Wyoming, lino moved his family Into Williams Jen kins' house on Winter stieet. DALTON. A ntimbei ot young people fiom this place assembled at the homo of Miss Hlundio SIco last Winncs'diiy evening. Tho object of the gatheilng was to tender her a farewell leeeptlon before her doparttup for Chicago, wheie she and her parents expect te make their home In the near future. Games weie pla J eel, lefieshmclits seived, and a general good time was enjoyed by nil. Those prevent weie: Misses Reulnh Mao liallp.v, Mable T. Decker, Cairle Austin, Condor. e Smith and Daisy Mno Hlchaids, Messrs. Harry Finn, Juy Hldmids. Wllmer Tllllnghast, Jinny Swatts, tic-urge Smith, William Slmms, Howmd Slocum. Hector Fianklln, Clinrli-s Clink and Floyd Finn. Mis. Hagiuman, of New Jcisey, Is vlltlng iclatlves nt this place. Dining the holiday season several of our town people make tilps to Scran ton and come back loaded. Some clei not have Chtlstirms goods elthoi. Gcinge W. Paikton, malinger of tin Dalton Supply company, has added ti new de p.irtment to his business llo now has a paint mill and expects to niauufac tun- his own paint. 11. V. Decker and J. A. Woodbildge, of this place, ate diawn to servo as Juieirs at the Januaiy term of colli t. Itevlval seivlces aro being held at the Haptist 1 lunch Mr. llaslem mid family have movcil Into the Oakforel hoil'-e. Next Friday afternoon Chilstmas exetclses will be held at the Dalton high school. A veiy gooel piogrammo Is being at tanged and many should go and see what the scholais can do Miss Maty Giiiilner has been 'veiy slek. Mls Polly llelph will visit Seianton today. Mi'ssiv, l'euv iiitiduei, James Paik ton, William H. Von Stoieh and sev eral eitheis hail veiy good luck llsh ing at State's pond one day tills week. Mi. ElMi.t Vun Stoieh and Miss Minnie- vVadoman, both of this place, weie mauled at the leslelence of Hev. James Fielellng, at Seianton, last Mon day. JERMYN AND MAYFIELD. At tin- c nteitalniuent given last ev ening in the Watt building, Caiboti dale tor the benellt the Indian foot ball team Miss Edith Davis icndeied some 11.v line selections on her violin. She will go with the Crjstal lite com pany next Monday eve-nlng and assist In the enteit.ilnment at the S.u-ied Ileal l dun oh fail. C J Duuleav.v, Jr.. was taught be tween cars jestenlny In the Hrle mine and seveiely Injuicd, but his Injuilcs aie not thought to be serious. .Mis. John Iliimplney is at C.ubo.n dale vMiltlng on Mm. Hi.en, who is sufieilng fiom the effects of a paialytl stiol.e Miss Doi.i Tennis and Mastei Nen 111:111 Tennis weie vUdtots ut the county seat M-stt-iilay. A large gatheilng ol people attended the oiiclilng eif the fair at the Sa nel lleatt chinch mi Thursday night. The i-iileitalnnieiu vmis fuinlsheel by the Mayfleld band. P. II. Eergen and Miss Loietta Walk er left jesterdav to be piesent at i.' eiidluatiou of Mi. Kiernan P. Hani. of Carbondale, vihleli will take pi 1. e In the tathedtal at that place by Cai illnal Gibbons this moinlng. Mr. Hanks is a cousin of Mr. lleigen. CLARK'S QUEEN. Mr. W. F. Good came home la-t Til day in a ve-iv ciltlcal condition, hav ing been ta'cen with what was eli.ig-no-eel as a sevcie case ot pneumonia II l.i condition has not at this tlni" clninjiecl for tin- better, but hupes i.ie entertained for his leeovery. The Methodist Sunday school will ob rcrvo Chiistmas on Fiiday evening of next week, with the leiitlerlng of the eiualnt old ' Dutch Wind Mill," in ella logre nnd song. Dr. J. M. Comliilit, our veteiinar Inn. is kep. v iy busy testing cows for tubeiculosls. Flit-tile Star lodge villi confer the second elegue upon cue candidate on Saint i.ny t-f IhN week. Tie ladiis of this vicinity weie en tei tallied at the home of Mis. A. "W. Lc-vbee on Monday last. Alt,it UB e-a-ly-live weie- piesent. The Ladles' Aid society of the Bap tist r bin ch held c le of their ten-cent suppci.s at the home of Mis. A. D. Itcihimou on Thuisday evening of this week. Gent's Gold Filled Watches, fiii.ii.iutcpd for twenty years, with Llgin movements, only $n,r,o, vunth S.'T.OO. Davldow Hios., L,,,7 Lackawan na aietiiie. t FACTORYVILLE. Mr. Fuller, of Camptovvn. lb visiting his daughter. Mis. M. V. Jills?. The Jll-ii Hnttie and Iicith.i Cris man aie visiting iclatlveti at Tunk liaunocl: and Montiosp. Mirs Fllf.abeth Feuedlct, of AVest Plttstoti. who has been, spending the past four months with Mrs. J, K. .welzlg. returned home last Thuisday. Factoiyvllle encampment. No, 2IC, tnnfeiiccl the inltlatoiy degree on oin eandieate last AVednesdi'y evening. Miss Nellie A. (lieen was the guest of Mis. M. C Jthodes, of Lake Sheri dan last Thur.day. Itcd Jacket lodge. No. 1.2-1 Indepeml eut Older of Odd Fellows, will confer thi Fitst degiee tills evening. Miss nuette It. Jlush had tho nils ffitune to lose her w.-itch and chain in .Seianton last Thuibdny. Miss Hlanche Stall:, who Is attend ing Hip Noimal school at Fast Strouds huitC came homo vesteulny for her holiday vacation. PltlCEBTJIlO. Tin employers of Johnson's collleiies will be paid today. The fair under the urn-plces of the Odd Fellows' Hall association win open t night. Theie will be a raille fot turkeys at Ft eel Kelfei's hotel tonight. "William Thomas and "William Ken indy weie vlsltois In Seianton Thurs da Nellie l'der gave a p.utj it) hei many oung jiiemls Thuisday night in honor of hei ninth blithdav Thosi pit sent wen Margaret "Wilson. Fdu.i Caitei, HORSFORD'S iurmas DOCK tno stronath vnn I . . . ----- -- . ----..,. usoa to nave. Take no suiKtitnt. HHWHail COLONEL SELLS, THE CIRCUS KING, Says His Splendid Health Is Due to Pe-ru-na, the Nerve Tonic and Catarrh Remedy. INTERESTING LETTERS FROM PROfllNENT CITIZENS IN OTHER STATES. Cnlarrlinl Delillitjr. Mr. J N. Howiud, Maiblp, Ark , says: "It has been neaily two mouths since l wiote you giving a elescrlptlon of my c nse. My doctor ad- Ised me not to Pike your medicine; he said ho thought he could euro me. I told him I would trv lilm about two w eeks longer, or until I could hear 1 1 om Mm, but I got Mr. J N. How-aid worse every day. So I told him three or four dajs befen p 1 heal el from j,ou that 1 did not want him to doctor mo any more. I began taking Pe-ru-na and Man-n-lln Immediately, nnd when I got otir letter nnd 'The Ills of Life' I followed the directions 111 tlie-iu. I saw there was no other chance for me. My doctor had no hope of my getting well. My bowels were so bloated that I could not lest day or night If I nte anything at all I thought my caso was hopeless. Hut words cannot es piess my pi also for your medicines. My 1 1 lends were wonderfully tun pt ised when thev saw me Improving, for not one of them expected me to get well. Hut 1 have not suffered a day since I began taking your medicines; I eat an thing 1 wish and have a gooel appe tite. 1 was suffeiing fiom dionsy so bad that I e mild not get my clothes on, and niv feet were all swelled up. I especially leeninmend It to people who have ellopsy CaliUTlial Nervousness. Mr John F Schmidt. Carthage. Ohio, says; "Pe-ru-na has saved my life. For live jears the best doetois had pro nounced me Incura ble. I suffered with a complication of diseases palpita tion of the lieai t.ner vousness, wenkness tijv- nn" uyspepsin. "V Vf" f(W bottles ot Pe- h-SglV m-na aim Man-a-. "ft " lln cured me. Pe ru - na cannot he Mr Jno.F. Si hmldt beaten. 1 gave your in e ell cine to my chlldicn for tho vaiious little ailments which annoy little ones, and the ic sult Is thai thev aie never hick, but nlwas sttong and healthy. I have gained forty pounds since taking Pe-lu-n.i." Ask any drugRist for a free Pe If.. jn u l Ask for one. Largest m fmiih AMI A s I i MMM2S5C05UK:S50OttO:5i:U55 l-'anny Weiss, Mary and Martha Sable, Julia Vdor, Llzzla Ann "Wrlghtson, James Munley, Frances McOeo and Jinx AVeiss Adam Fctco, luih icslgned IiIh posi tion ns ileik In tho Dickson company Jtoie and has accepted one with A. M. Atheiton, of Olyphant. His 1'ii st Offense. 'John ' Mild Mm. VomiRlove, '-tlei ou know that ou loraot cometliluif vh u ou went away thin momliiB'" Mr. youimlovo thought for a moment, nnel then rtpllcel: "No. I iliitn'i know that I hud. What was It?" She put her handkerchief to her ejes mm. A I V Smma I COL. PETER SELLS, COLUMBUS, OHIO. Col. Peter Sells, Columbus, Ohio, writes : "I wish to say a word In favor of Pe-ru-na. My business ns advertising ngont of our immense consolidated show makes it ncccssnry for mo to bo constantly on tbo go; a constant cuango of clinmto anil diet This will sooner or Inter derange the strongest man's digestion. 1 llnd Pc-ru-nn an admirable remedy to correct the evils which follow a constant change of diet. J would not bo without Pe-ru-na in my travels. No better remedy for catarrh of the stomach can bo found. With an occasional uso of Pe-ru-na I find myself always in splendid health aud good spirits." - ru - na Almanac for the year 1S1I0. 000x0XAax0a00X0X0''.r9,0'r.iirti'iiir fiX&00M0Mj0X0X000000Mf0M00000000M0jW THE MODERN HARDWARE STORE. H w 'E HAVE AADE special arrangements this year uaue ana are conncieni you win De pieasea we are showing. Our immense store is filled articles, which are needed in every home. Come and make your selec tions while the stock is complete. In Our Cutlery Department You can find the best makes of Carvers, Pocket Razors, A set containing seven high-grade ivory-handled handsome Xmas gift. NicklePlated and Aluminum Ware Always looks well, is cleanly and durable. We have a large variety of Baking Dishes, Tea and Coffee Pots, Chafing Dishes, Bread Boats, Five O'clock Teas, Trays, Fire Sets, Etc. Rogers' SiIverPlated Ware Is known to be the best. We are offering the latest patterns. Berry Spoons, Oyster Ladles, Sugar Spoons, Knives and Forks, Sewing Sets and Manicure Sets, make nice pres ents. We have them in handsome leather cases. For the Kitchen and Laundry Knife Baskets, Clothes Baskets, Hampers, Wash Tubs, Wash Boards, Chopping Bowls, Spice Cabinets. Thermometers, Fire Screens, Food Choppers, Bread and Cake Boxes, Raisin Seeders. Carpenters and mechanics will be pleased when they examine our line of Tools ; we handle the best makes only. UtSVVe are giving; a neat little booklet to our custo mers with every purchase. They will interest the little ones. Assortment. Best Quality. Low Prices. Foote & Shear 119 Washington Avenue. nnd fot htd. ritmlly, when she coulet trust herself to speak she answcicd: "You-you kli-secl tho luby hcfoio you started, h-htit you clld-clliln't klsa anyu-u-boely ( Ise." "Oli-ho." ho liilighetl, "ho you ellel notl?3 It eh?" A f.lael llBht came Into her oyen, ami. lluowlim her nntm around lilm. hIio buIiI: "Ami did vo'i do I. Just to try me?" "1'h-huh." ho answered, and then felt i-o jtood over hist cleverm-fH that ho had lo Ko out nnd buy himself a quartet 'a worth of i tears Excliuntje. Stalling Silver Hat Marks, Hncraved fioe, CO cents. Davldow Uios., CJ7 Luckavvunna avenue, Co., Hot House encumbers, Hot House Tomatoes, Green Beans, Lettuce, Cauliflower, Egg Plant, Salsify, Strictly Fresh Eggs, Creamery Butter, Grapes, Oranges and Fruits Pierce's Market Sjstcmlc Catai'ili. Mr. W. W. Strnsskr. GJ West Mnln street, Corry, Pn says: "I had tried tnrpo ol tno best physicians In Indi ana county, ami spent a great denl of money, all to nu effect. My friends said I could not get well. I hail nbout given up all earthly hopes. I weighed 130 pounds. 1 ni'nMnhtn 11 V ,.. the namp IV-iu-nn. Mr.W.W. Straasler. I Immediately com- mencod taking It nnd continued tak ing it until I had taken twelve bottles. 1 then weighed ISO pounds and never felt better In my life. I am a walklnt inonumcnt of tho lrtues of your Pe-lu-na." Abdominal Catarrh. Mr. John Hurting, 0J3 Main street, Cincinnati. O.. who has used Pe-ru-na as a family medi cine, writes ns fol lows: "My wife and myself took your Pe-ru-na for chronic diarrhoea, and it cured us. I have been woik Ing eight weeks since tho Fe-iu-na, cured me. No doc tor or medicine wo had tried before helped us. My chll- Mr. John Harttnffk dien are taking tho medicine now. We will use Pe-ru-na whenever we are sick." Catarrh Is responsible for over one half of the Ills of the human family. It is capable of destroying smell ami taste. It can interfere with breathing" and derange digestion. It may sot up unnatural discharges and thus produce a weakening drain to tho system. It changes the blnnd lubricating mucous of the body Into scalding, Irritating Jlutds. It can ptoeluco the worst form of nervousness and debility by Its de rangemc nts of the vesa-motor system rangenients of the vasa-motor system Dr. Hartmnn Is one of the best Amer lean authoiltles on the .subject of ca tarrh. His hooka are published for free distribution among the people. Send and get a free book on chronic catarrh that will tell tho whole slory. Address The Pe-ru-na Drug Manufac turing Company. Columbus, Ohio. for the Holiday wnn ine gooas with USEFUL a Knives and Razors make a 8 I L At Retail. Coal of tho best quality for domestic usa and ot ull slzea. 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