The New Bethlehem Vindicator from New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania on September 28, 1900 · Page 4
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Friday, September 28, 1900
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—OF THE— 5WPR1JE QLOTHINQ During the past lODays has eclipsed any sale of itskind «er held in New Bethlehem. ed daily with eager buyers. Ask any of them and they will tell you we sold our goods at the LOW PRICES they were advertised at. We wish to thank the public in general for the liberal patronage ^^*^ ™ *»"* sale, and to show our appreciation to our customers we will inaugurate another 10 BAYS of these great Plttebur* LT Bed Bank bargains, commencing Thursday, September 27,1900, AND ENDING **oo>, NBethteheoi PairaxMiat... Oak Bid|«... Hawthorn ... M»ysvlU« ..- Sommervilla SrookvlUe... fuller -------- tteynoldsvile Falls Creek.. Du Bolt ...... - Penufleld ..-.. Tyler- .......... Bennecette... Driftwood Ar t* 10 1110 11.16 1195 LI » 1302 12 08 1206 1225 1241 1298 114 IN U 35 IP. M. A. It 6fj]t 71* '«, 79 81 i WESTWABD.' STATIONS u •Saturday, October 6,1600. Every day will be a jubilee day and will pay you to visit our store during the next 10 Days. Here are the, prices and they surely ought to bring you to this great Low Price Sale. Many new bargains are being received for this Sale and a full line of Men's, Boys' and Children's Overcoats have been added. Now is the time to buy them. Driftwood Lv Bennezette_.. Tyler- - Pennfleld Du Bois Falls Creek- Re vnoldsrlll Fuller- Brookville _ Summerville Mavsville Hawthorn ... Oak Ridge... Fairinount... NBethlehern Lawsonham.. Red Bank... Pittsbursr Ar *8 632 706 731 739 8U 8! 6 47! 8 38 7 01| 8 60 7 18' 9 <P 7 33' 9 18 7 50i 838 7 53i 7 56i 8 37 7 59; 8 04! » 45 8 33110 10] 8 4510 30 U«15J12g» A.M. 1SQD 1331 li-'M 110 1 15 1 B> 218 J2S 238 304 815 w 13 SI! «34 SS 7 a MffFTe: All gonds marked in plain figures, one price to all, Goods guaranteed as represented or money back for asking- These prices good for Ten Days. Men's Suit Department. Men's all Wool Cassimere Suits, y.UO kind, Surprise Opening Sale Meiv.s Suits, part Cotton, -l.Oi) kind, Surprise Opening Sale Men's Cassimere Suits, G.50 kind. Surprise Opening Meirs Fancy Stripe and Check Suits, 9.00 kind. Opening Sale Men's Fine Black and Blue Clay Suits, 10.00 kind, Opening Sale. Men's Fine Worsted, Double-Breasted Vests. 11.00 kind, Opening Sale. . . Meirs Fancy Worsted, in Check and Stripe. 12.1)0 kind. Opening Sale. . . . Meirs Finest Dress Suits, Fancy or Plain Goods, $15 kind, Opening Sale 10.98 2.4S -i.50 G.OO S.4S Young Hen's Suit Department. Sizes from 14 to -20 years—Long Tants. We have the nobbiest and s\vellc-st line, ranging in price from $2.25. 2.G9, 2.80, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50 and 5.00. Children's Suit Department. vt/ to to to to to •Chil'dreivs Suits that sell everywhere for '2.00, Ten Day Sale •Children's Suits that sell everywhere for 2.50, Ten Day Sale •Children's Suits worth 3.00, Opening Sale Children's Suits worth 3.50, Opening Sale Children's Suits worth 4.50, Opening Sale Children's Suits worth 5.50, Opening Sale T4c 98c $1.48 1.98 2.48 3.50 flen's Working Clothes Department. Men's Plaid Over Jackets, worth 59c, Opening Sale 20 cents Men's Heavy Stripe Overalls, worth 50c, Opening Sale 3o cents Men's Blue Overalls, worth 45c, Opening Sale , 29 cents Men's Jean Pants, lined throughout, Opening Sale ^2 cents Men's. Cotton Stripe Pants, Opening Sale ^ cents Trains marked * run daily; \ daily ji dav. t Sunday only. •'•" ' v -; J. B. HUTCHISON, T.. K. WQOOJ; Qen'l Man»ger. Hen's Pants Department. Men's Black Cheviot Pants, worth 1.50, Opening Sale .Men's Fancy Stripe Pants, worth 1.25, Opening Sale Men's Fine Worsted Pants, worth 2.50, Opening Sale, Men's All-Wool Cassimere Pants, worth 3.25 Opening Sale Men's Finest made Pants, worth 4,00, Opening Sale The verv Finest Made Pants at this sale, 3.00 and $3.50. Ti) cents 09 cents $ 1.50 2.00 2.50 0 cents 15 cents 20 cents 39 cents Miscellaneous Items. Children's Knee Pants, worth 26c at ................... .......... Children's Knee Pants, worth 3flc at ............................ Children's Knee Pants, worth 50c at ............................. Children's Finest Knee Pants, worth 75c and 1.00 and ....... t ..... Men's Heavy Suspenders- ....................................... 9 cents Men's Fine 'Suspenders ...................... . ............... : 15 and 20 cents Men's Working Shirts . . : ............................... 15, 25 and 39 cents Men's Fancy Dress Shirts, the 1.00 kind at .......................... 4o cents Men's White Unlaundered Shirts, 50c quality at ..................... 22 cents , r - 01 ri 5 cents Men-s Shop Caps ................................................ Men's Eecl Handkerchiefs .......................................... -' ceuts Men's White Handkerchiefs .......................... Men's Cotton Socks ........................ •- ........... • Men's Stiff Hats. 2.00 kind at ....................... ' ............. 9b ceuts Men's Fedora Hats 1.50 and 2.00 kind at Men's Assorted Hats, 39, 45, 50 and 69 cents, all styles. . . are ns much like COATEDii'ifflpSS .ECTR1CSTY as science can make^jRH-igf them. Each one pi-oducss as tnooltsJff-^jy^S nerve-building substance as is "co^'ffK^^-M truncd in the amount of food a m&S^llfcBrlS consumes in a week. This iswrtiy^•tfc\5 they have cured, thousands.of caaeffIBK K of nervous diseases, such as fieb^^HRWyls ity. Dizziness, Insotnnia 1 Varicbcelje^>'^Cj r ^ r ^ ; etc. TheV enable you to thinkclearr/jrjSfcSSgT;; Y Iv by developing brain matter; force ciitefca-JJ-i *j healthy circulation, cure IndlgjS-ScMySSsiS^ m lion, and impart boandiugf viCo-'***" 1 ^™ 5 •=*" the whole system. 'All -weaket and tissue-destroving drains.; anosjPKgxigS losses permanently cured. . IWajBEjSEJspg may mean Insanity, ConsumptiOTL^ijfftSrS and Death., _ . ' "_•< ^l^M&ifS: Price, $i per box ; six boxes (^ " iron-clad guarantee to cure at. fund monev). $5. positive proof, free. Address Medicine Co.. Cleveland, O. SoldbvShumak<r&Oo.. 2 cents * cents cents Don't Forget the Date of this Sale, PROM THURSDAY, SEPTEMBERS, TO SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, SURPRISE CLOTHING COMPANY, ALEX STE1NFIELD, Manager. Keener Building, Cor. Wood & Broad Sts., - New Bethlehem, Pa. D.A.WIANT, The old and reliable Jeweler and Watchmalclil ' .:'.-:^V>'^tQ -.%$ : ''&* _£> <^ C ORBETT & GOHEEN, UNDERWRITERS. \ : K. W.S.HIPPLE. ill DENTIST, Fire Life and Accident insuranc. Represent j ten old vstahlislicd American Companies. i Telephone No.:?.). Office 316 Wood Sireet. ! jj desirable town porperty, coiwisting of nn , HEW VRKUEHUI - S-roomdwelling, outbuildings, water, fruit and T««th CztnwMd WtthNt l i ncrvofland, situutc on corner of Lnfnyette PorMUia CMWA*. B JTWM* -ind Gnrlieln slreels. For further"articnlnrs in- : . . -n- <T» Ot^PVITX" I 4^)ill rc of W.T. PUTNEY, Xew Bethlehem, Pa. MONEY are the most fatal of all dis- SURE IN EFFECT. eases. They act gently on the Bowels. Liver and Feed Stable. ~B. F. SLOUGHFY, Propr. /•CAUTION" NOTICE. j Tim i* 10 certify that my wife. May Bowser, t has left my bed nnd board without jiwt cause or ;provocntion, «nd that I will pay no bills of her i .contracting unlers compelled to do so by law. PKRRY BOWSER. Good Rigs nnd service guaranteed. Open day ^ m.v. midnight. Horxcs boarded nml cared for. All •Oakland. Pa.. Seplcml.tr 20.1000. | cl)HrK( £ reasonable. «ZWtftble nt rear of Hotel R. E. DINGER. ! ° nc1 ' Physician and Surgeon. OAce in Citizens Nation*) Bank Building, on Wood Street. Office hours from 8 to 10 a.m.,1 te<*ad7to9 p.m. All call*promptly Mtswer- •4 fey or nlfht. Suifeon for AlIctMDy Valley BANNER «ALVE. ttMRiovt liMllnaMhwIn th« wort*. ni Ar • or A I Baxter ' s Mandrake Bitters Tablets arc KIDNcI DISEAScS | EASY TO TAKE. to L0aN by New aethiehem 8. & L. Association. SHHRES $200.00 Each. Installments51.00 per month on each share. A trtnurv mint U • ' ki(lne - vs ' cliectunlly dcanso the system Forftlrlher information,cnll on tO IviuNtl UUnt 18 8 • from all imparities, boautify the com- U BlWfifltBflll R6I116£Sy i plcxion, prevent Headache and and ' Fever, cures indigestion anil dix.xiness, or money refunded. Contains; overcome ll ^" ala ™J lst J^°"' f f remei^es recognized by c^-i^fbyaiiarn^ist^^n tablets or nent physicians as the Best {Of at 25 cts. per box or bottle. Warranted Kidney and Bladder troubles. to ^ re constipation. E. V. MARSH, Sec. DYSPEPTICIDE The greatest aid to DIGESTION. Invites your attention to Mii; _, T _ % , selected stock of Watches, Jewelry aa4a|«!C-' 11 tacles, which hell ^ .selling belttwC',-;;; : ^:vjl f*lTV DDinPfi v*;?S| 1*1 I T "KIWKO* x ;.;::;* Repairing a specialty. At the old stand Commercial Hotel. We Want Your We sell goods facturers guarantee guarantee them to We are manufacturers; for the Conklin Wagon Co. Ligonier Carriage Co. Tremont Stoves an* New Home Sewing! All kinds^ of ments. : Harrison's Town awl Paints. vj Tin, Slate PRICE 50c. and St.00. J'B> D R. 6. M. SILVIS, DENTIST. .nr , u AiDr^DC-CCC-R 3ati»f«ctory service in all kindsof dentistry BARBER & HAIRDRESSER nlecd / A 8h » re of the pub iic drugatore. Drag Store. ADAM 308 Rwkl-.8t.VAf ""^ •-iv^ 'v.rSi-15

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