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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 August 1894

THIS SCIiJLNTOlf TltmUHlS SATUIC1JAY' MOKiONGrV AUGUST 18,' 1894. GAMBLING RAGE SEEMS UBOHI Women la-All Ages Hive Been Noted for Their Passion or Flay. ANCIENT AND MODERN HANKERS Lovely Woman Was Less Discreet in Former Davs. but the Spirit of Speculation Is Still Strong Among Eve's Daughters Noble Cheats, and Celebrated Beauties Who Thought Nothing of Favoring the Fickle Goddess with Their Devo tions. for the Saturday Tribune, Gambling by women nt tho horso races is tho more malum form In which the gambling Instinct of tho sex finds expres sion. Every now and then a llttlo whill of scandul nt ginning and of piny for hifth stakes In hlfrli llfo is blown to us ncross tho ocenn. In theso cases tho women are as much concerned as tho men. Indeed tho love of play Is as strong In women as In men. It was only tho other day that a woman who had lust heavily at tho races tried to commit sulcldo by jumping Into tho river. In Monto Carlo tho femiulno clients fro- quont tho Casino with an avid...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 August 1894

THE SCRAOTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 18. 1894. E Suggestions That Kay Enable Many Tribune Readers to Feel Better. WISDOIH FOR THE HOUSEHOLD Theto Hints Don't Cost Much, Are Not Copyrighted and if They Don't Do You Any Good You Can Have the Satisfaction of Knowing That They Will Not Do You Any Harm. For the ' atwday Ti iiuae. Thore in a twod deul of shrewd sense In the ctmit.iirisoii of the litnuau system wiih u niiTcliunt's bunk ac count. The prudent business iimu, wbeu he bus liuw payments to make, invariably collects lu enough reserve money to meet these ex-'ra deiniitids without crippling Ins business. Hlmi lurly, a healthy man takescuru tolnivo hiti 'vital euerifies hi such wcdl-mair- islied perfect lou that even when lie is Keized by an illness whiih cuts oil' his bmlily Income for a time he will have a reserve fund of stieiitrth stillieient to tide hlni over the emergency. Dr. Hlarr, writing alontf this line, li"S truly pointed out how ossein ltd it is, if stable heal...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 August 1894

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 August 1894

TIIE ECRANTON TKIBUNE-SATJRDAT MORNING, AUGUST 18. 1894. We Keep Dp To the minute on all NEW STYLES, and are the first to introduce them to the Retail Trade. Every Detail of Merchaad'uing !. so can-fully watched that there is slight- cliauce of dis sai is action. Quoting Prices Goes ior L.TTLE Unless You face the Goods. Every d pu; tni"iit is a reser voir of STYLE and ELE GANCE, and we oll r uo sleepy imitation lor p.itron age. EUY HERE, and Ycu WiU Get the Beat Do not drift away Irom our FilN'H G00U.5 AT LOW TlilClvS. Remsmtnr, Pleasure V7a Tako To Show G -oil and liocS If wo can 8u Qiote in a -at Mart ry purclm e, we :uv hetli Ix-m li.."l. We M'VEIi INSi-T ON' YOU Dinvha-iu ' what you don't want. Our Entire Sto:o, Our clerics, our system ol buyiug, all are at your ser vice. Early Fall Dress Goods The cxiiiniM ition o! our Dress M tWi-ils lor Kail is early so licited. The v riety of de signs t cii io t'roai is as ex tensive a lornieriy. 'Ih qualities, the finish au.l the prices are...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 August 1894

There aro undoubtedly stirring times aheai in the political world. And the readers of a good daily newspaper will be in clover. "1 rn a I '"" 19 crnTff crt EIGHT PAGES 5 G COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 20. 1SD4. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION CRANTON BUSINESS fill THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER THE VAMPIRES OF Jseless Office Holders Fattened at the Expense of the War Yelerans. SAMPLES OF ECONOMY AND REFORM Mr. Cannon's Startling Array of Fig ures and Estimates Pensions Whit tled Down in Order That the Salar ies of Cleveland's Friends Might Be Increased The Manner in Which Economists Have Practiced Their Pet Theories in Office. Washington, Aug. 19. fjNHAIRMAN Sayre's elaborately (I prepared statements of the II J1 economical expenditure! of the ds Fifty-third congress is being vigorously combated by hi associates of the approprntions couimittet, and under h general "leave to print" for ten days, wbicb was granted in the general order a...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 August 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 1894, ScranUn Loses Another Gamo to the Allen towa Antiquities, THE KING HAD AN EASY TIME While the Cantankerous Boys Down the Creek Present Two to the Syra cuse Buffalo Goes Down Before Providence and Erie Wins from Springfield Standing ot the Clubs. National and State League Results. Interesting Sporting News. ,--p HE "Ten-thousand tt-IT ol1n.h(-Hntl?', alias King Kel, und his tribe of antiquated bueballistio heir looms had no Tory hard try in defeat ing Tommy Cahill's jiiokupi Saturday ufternoon, aud we bnve the wretched tilayinif of the club down the river to thank for being still the poisejsor of fourth place in the EisUrn lengue roce. Providence turned the tables on Bnffulo and made more secure her posi tion at the top ot the list, while the Blackbirds by winning from Spring field are making it interesting for the Bisons. The percentages of the clubs, num ber of games won and lost by each, and their standing in the league race is...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 August 1894

THE SCT5ANT0N TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 20, 1894. 3 STELLE a SEE LEY 134 Wyoming Ave. We will show you what you want. GOOD BREAD -USE THE SNOW WHITE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB 8 ALU TO THE TBADE BY The Weston fill Co, EWARE OP COUNTERFEITS ) THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars ' HAVE THE INITIALS G- B. & Co,, fworlnti"! on Ewoh Clfjar. Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr. DR. H. B. WARE will ba in his office on and after the first week in Septem ber. PERSONAL. A. Roddy is at Atlnntio City. Miss Connolly, ot Honesdale, is the guest of iliss Lucy Carroll, of Madison avenue. Hi's. D. B. Hand and children leave to day for Anbury Park to spend a conple of weeks. James Suva and Robert Douhnr, of Wilkee-Bane, called on friends in this cliy yetcrday. Miss Tessie Cusick, of Lackawanna ave nue, leturned Saturday from Luke Wiuola, where shospHut a week. J. Staulny Smith and F. C. Hand leave today for New York city and Asbury Park to spend a couple of weeks. Miss Agnes Galla...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 August 1894

4 TIIE SCBANTON TRIBTOE-MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 20, 1894. PUILISNED DAILY IN 8CRANTON, M.I Tut Thibunc PuiLiiMina Company. E. P. KINGSBURY. iw Yorni Ornoi I Thuni luiLom rt GRAY, MANAaKA. "1'rlnU'lV Ink," tho rccognlr.ed journal fur nrivertUers, rate the 6CHAMTON 1 r IULNEnjtlio bunt advertising medium in KurtUaanteru l'miusylvania, "l'rlntora' Ink" kuona. MP ECEANTON. AUGUST 20. 1894. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. for Oovtrnort DANIEL H. HASTINGS, Of CKXTE1L for LUvtenant Governor; WALTEK LYON, Of ALLtOUKNl'. tor Auditor General: AMOS II. J!YLIT, Of LASCASTEH. for Secretary oItvnwl Affatru JAMES W. LATTA, of rlllLAUELl'ULU for Congrc$men-at-Large! GALUSHA A. OK0W, or HUSgUEHANNA. GEORGE F. HUFF, Of WKSTM01IELANB. Election Time, Nov. ft "A delicate way of calling a man a liar," says Candidate Bingerly's paper philosophically, "is to say ho flirts with the truth." In several directions In his discussion ot the tariff we fear Editor Bingerly loves to coquet with the truth. Business Revival ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 August 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, -1894. 5 One J rounded teaspoonfuljLpf 'does more'and. better, work .than 'a" heaping teaspoonfulfofjO Cleveland Bakine Powder '"" Successor to Cleveland Erothera. Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo DOISPT Have your COLLARS gtarohod in the cM way, when you cun have tlmm done with soft, tliablo Buttonhole for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE . LAUNDRY 2-Days' Sale-2 OP WASH GOODS -ON- Saturday and Monday. Our entire lino of Scotch Ging hams, Persian Mulls, Triuted Piques and Dimities, worth 23c, for 10c. Ginghams, Organdies, Satecus, etc.. worth 12 l-2c. for 5c 415 Lacka. Ave. If you want Carpets, Draperies, 'Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of ' ?oods, and our prices are very low. Williams & Woolly 127 Wyoming Ave. ' To my friends: I hereby announco !hat I will ba a candidate for the nomi nation of district attorney, before the Republican County convention. JOHN R. JONES. CITY NOTES. Ti'ilmn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 August 1894

c THE SCEAKTON TIUBUXE-MOXDAT MOENINO, AUGUST L'O, 1894. m k CHAPTER II. It was cloao ou 10 o'clock when 1 twoko next morning. My long tramp of tlio previous day had tired me more than I thought. Nevertheless I w.is an noyed at oversleeping myself and aston ished that Francis had not called me earlier. I knew how anxious ho was abuu.t tho proposed meeting with his brother and l'uuciod that his impatience would havo drawn him to my room at dawn. Apparently he was less curious concerning tho interview than I thought Yot, leaving him out of tho question, I ought certainly to havo been roused by Strent or his daughter and determined to reprovo them for such neglect. After all, an inn is an inn, and one has a right to attentions for which one pays. Judging from (3io landlord's looks, I did not think my bill would err on the side of cheapens. Thesw thoughts passed through my anna ns I hastily dressed myself. Open ing tho window, I looked out on the marshes golden in the sunshine. A keon w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 August 1894

THE SCRANTON TKIBTTNE MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 20, 1894. QEKERAL NEWS OF ' Aeoflrding to Saward thera &r abont lirty-five eleotrlo loeomotlrei in bu jssful operation. Among these be mentions the following of interest to Vnnnvlv&nlftntt! Tho West Ridge Coal company, Green ; "liricro Va Thia b .... .1.,., .... Imjim tt iipeued, and bas a tbin seam. It is pro- ; losed to use electric haulage here to bring ' be coal from the chambers to the main gangway, which is to be operated as a gravity plane, Ono of the small locc cotives (sixteen horse-power) aud 135 horse-power generator ure now at the : nines. Erie colliery, Hillsdale Coal and Iron iwnpany. This plant was one of the first, :f not the first, successful electric mine I i Tl 1 , .....K.... i J .0,ruvs. was 'I liorse-powor generator aud locomotive. . Vbout 5,800 feet of track has been equipped .vith trolley. The usual trip is fifteen :ars, weighing (loaded) about y.OOO pouuds nftph wiion n,nlMR wora nsod the aver- age number o...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 August 1894

8 THE ECU ANTON TEIBUNE-MONDAY MOKNIKG. AUGUST 20, 18i)4. Wo Keep Up ' To the minute on all NEW STYLES, and are the first to introduce theni to the Eutail Trade. Every Detail of Merchandising Is so carefully watched that there is slight chance of dis satislactlou. Quoting Prices Goes for LITTLE Unless You See the Goods. Every department is a reser voir of STYLE and ELE GANCE, and we oiler no sleepy imitation for patron age. BUY HERE, and You Will Get the Best Do not drift away from our FINE GOODS AT LOW PRICES. Remembar, We Take Pleasure To Show Goods' and Quote Prices. If we can suit you iu a satisfactory purchase, we are both benefited. We NEVER INSIST ON YOU purchasing what you don't want. Our Entire Store, Our clerks, our system of buying, all are at your ser vice. Early Fall Dress Goods The examination of our Dress Materials for Fall is early so licitcd. The variety of ihv signs to choose from is as ex tensive a formerly. The qualities, the finish and the prices arc the best. G...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 August 1894

There are undoubtedly stirring times ahead in the political world. And the readers of a good daily newspaper will be in clover. J EIGHT iPAuj2fe-56" "COLUMNS' SCRAKTON. PA.. TUESDAY MORtflNGr. AUGUST 21. 1894. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER BS ST Gives His Version of the -Recent Trouble to the National Strike Commission. SCORES CHICAGO NEWSPAPERS The President of the American Rail way Union Denies That He Ordered the Strike Will Take Steps to Unify All Railroad Labor Organizations but Does Not Care to Accept an Official Position Thinks the Courts Are Against Labor. Chicago, Aug 20. PRESIDENT EUGENE V. DEB3, of the American U ill way nuton, occupied tht stand for nearly four hours to lay be torn the na tional strik commission. He advo cuted ec-operative c:niuiouwealtb, the ubolition of the wage system ami the government ownerilup of railroads. He toll bit side of tb-' strike as con neck1 J uarrativ?, which was f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 August 1894

THE SCRANTOK TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNINGr, AUGUST 21 , 1894. BASE BALL We Have Met the Enemy and We ire Theirs, Etc. THAT IS, FOR THE TIE BEING But, Weather Permitting, Today Will Witness Our Revenue The Latest Acquisition Goes Down Before Syracuse Erie Takes a Game from the Leaders and the Bisons Defeat Springfield Standing of the Clubs. National and State League Results. A Compendium of General Sporting News. ILKES-BARRE, made in ad by the disastrous defeats she bai sustained tin) past two weeks, yes terday not au ounce of satisfaction ly taking ft gitne from Manager CabiU's ag gregation, bat, eon sideriui; the short while the membvrs of the homo' team have beau pluTiutr togotber, aud tbe conssquent lack of team work, made quite a creditable showing alouuside of tbe pride of tbe town near Horanton. Syracuse was also victorloua over Klug Kelly's ruen, thus placing tbe home team. Wilkes Barre aud Syracuse a tie in the league race with a percentage or ,5ilf). The leaders for the pennant ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 August 1894

THE SCTtANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MOHNING. AUGUST 21, 1894. . . " I J STELLE & SEELEY 134 Wyoming Aye. We wi'.i show you what you want. GOOD BREAD USE THE SHOW WHITE And always have Good Bread. ANUFACTCRKD AND FOB SALE TO THE TRADE BV The Weston Mill Co, EEWARB 'OF COUNTERFEITS J THE CEMUINE POPIIUH Punch Cigars WAVE THE INITIOS G., B. St Co., Iwnr'ntH rn Earth Cluif. Garney, Erown & Co. Mfr's. DR. H. B. WARE will bs in his office on and after the first we3k in Septem bar. PERSONAL. Val. M. Riiscby, of Now York, is visit ing V. J. Carter. Arjn Towfll N spending his vacation at Block I-lar.d, R. I. Harry Hopwell 1) its returned from a visit to tho H'Kslior'", Mrs. D. B. Hanrl and family left yester day for As bury Park. Rnbert T. Gould and sister Maggie left for Ocean Criove yestertlav. Sir. ami Mrp. H. 15. Mtgargeo have re turned from Atlantic City. : Miss S. E Alorn-ll, nf Adam aveuui', hag returned from tho sea shore. Philip. Kir-t and famiiv have returned from a week's Hay at...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 August 1894

4 TIIE SCRANTON TIIIBTOE-TTJESDAY MORIONQ, AUGUST 21, 1894. Zfy $cranfon txiimt PULIHD DAILY IN 8CMNTOH, . T TMt TltlBUHB PUBLItHINO COMMNT. E. P. KINGSBURY. tlMUl HANAMti diw VoKOrfiol Tiuhi iuiloin raaMaV SHAY, MMkHI. IHTUU AT THI POTOrriB AT eCATO), Pa IOOHA-CLAAA Mil HATTIA. "i'riulura Ink," the lecouulied Jouruill for lulvcrtiaoia, rntee tliti KCliANTOX '1 Kll'.t NK u the beat mlvirtlnln j iiiediuui In Kortheastero l'onnsylvanla. "PrlnteriT Ink" kuowe. fcCB ANTON. AUGUST 21. IS'.tt. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. for Governor: DANIEL II. HASTINGS, UP CBNTKIU Tor Licutennnl G'l.reriior,' WALTEU LYOM, or Auxuuusif. lor Auditor (Jtnernl: A3IOS II. MYLI.N', OK LA.NCAMIJIU lor Secretary of lUriml Affair) JAJ1E3 V. I, ATT A, OF 1'IIII.AtHil I'lUA. For Coiijjnmtt'inn-di-Larijc: OALl'SIIA A. (inOW, OF sl'tfUKHANNA. OKOKUU F. IILTP, Of WKsTMOItKLANU. Flection Timt Nov. i Km: Kem.y is well ver.sed in the tricks of the diaruoml, but he out a Horry ligtire in the uttempt to jump from the State l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 August 1894

i SCRANTON TBIBUXE-TUESDAT -MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1891. 5 w i r f .... . . ' " I am convinced Cleveland's is the purest baking powdc made, and I have adopted it exclusively in my cooking schools and for daily household use." Sarah T. Rorer, Principal Philadelphia Cooking School, "I prefer Cleveland's baking powder to others because-it is pure and wholesome, it takes less for the same baking.' It never fails, and bread and cake keep their fresh ness and flavor." C. C. Bedford, Principal New York Cooking School, NorrmanA Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue DON'T Have your COLLARS starched In the oVi Wsy, when yon oan have thein don with soft, pliable Buttouholos for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY 2-Days' Sale-2 OF WASH GOODS -ON- Saturday and Monday. Our entire line of Scotch Ging- nams, 1'ersian Mulls, rrinted Tiques and Dimities, worth 25c, for 10c Ginghams, Organdies, Sateens, etc., worth 12 l-2c, for 5c Hears & Hagen 415 Lacka. Ave. If you want Carpets. Draperies, Wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 August 1894

THE SCBANTOl. TMBT3JTE TUESDAT MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1S94. THC MYCTFttVcP -r APM ETC. COPYRlQHltP CHAPTER' IIL Alto in tiio iiftenioon I tramped into MarsbminstcT. It was by no niians my flvBt visit to that sleepy provincial town. Under tho shadow of the cathedral tower dwolt relatives with whom I had afore thno spent school and collrgo holidays. Their houso waj tho goal of my pilgrim age, and a weok's rest was to recoup mo for the toils of tho walking tour. Tho tragic occurrence at the Feu inu altured all my plans. With an assassin to bu tracked thero was no time for com fortably idleness. Francis Criarficld had biieii my friend, and I owed it to his memory to uvciigo his death. It was ng my task I liad set myself. 1 recognized that from tho first. la place, therefore, of seeking the cen ter of tho town and my maiden aunt's I tun;t d oil' at tho outskirts and nmde for LVllin Hall. According to tho story of Franei.-!, his brother wait Btuyiug with the UMiii'M, and it was necessary tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 August 1894

fHE BOH ANTON TItDJUtfE-TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 21, 184. GENERAL MEWS , Of Thi foht that la now on for the poa Mild Jd( tha franchise and right of way c the old abandoned South Moun tain i ad, between tha PenniylranU V Mia IA J 4 L . Til If ... I - --il duiunau mu bun due auuuhttm imi- road, of wbiob. Clinton Borer is the president, promises to be an interesting one, and already, aayi the Philadelphia Record, criminations and re-orinilua-tlone are flying thick and fait between the rlral oorporationa. The Bine Moun tain railroad if tha ootfirowth of an organization effected by James Marib, a Lebanon con tree tor, who bad a lien against the old Sonth Monntain for construction work done and who pur chased the rirbU and franohisas of that road at sheriff' sale some months ago. To aomply with the laws of the com monwealth and maintain the validity of bis purobase, it was necessary to ef fect an organization within thirty days, and the Blue Mountain company was the outgrowth. It was not v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 August 1894

8 THE SCItANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 21. 1894. e ICeep Up To the miauta on all NEW STYLES, and are the first to introduce them to the Eetail Trade. Every Detail of Merchandising 1 so carefully watched that there is slight chauco of dis salislactlou. Quoting Prices Go33 for LITTLE Unless You Sea the Goods. Every department is a reser voir of STYLE and ELE GANCE, and we oiler no sleepy imitation for patron age. BUY HERE, and You Will Get the Best Do not drift away from our FINE GOODS AT LOW TRICES. Remember, We Take Pleasure To Show Goods and Quote Prices. If we can suit you iu a satisfactory purchase, we are both benefited. We NEVER INSIST ON YOU purchasing what you don't want. Our Entire Store, Our clerks, our system of buying, all are at your ser vice. Early Fall Dress Goods The examination of our Dress Materials for Fall is early so licited. The variety of de signs to choose from is as ex tensive as formerly. The ' qualities, the finish and the prices are the best. GORM...

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