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THE SCIt ANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 25, 1894;
Elegant Material, Stylish
Cut, Broad Revers, Proper
Set, Wide Hems, full sweep of
Skirt. Nothing mean or
skimped. Generous value in
Ladies' Duck Suits
White Ground, with Blue. Stripes
. Now $1.79
Were $ 3.
Navy Blue Ground, with White
Dot, Now $2.69 wf3.75.
Plain Tan, Now $2.98
White Ground, either Blue or
Black Figure, Now $3.15
Light Blue Ground, with White
Polka Dot, Now $3.25
This value shrinkage is
limply awful, and summer
only half over.
A refined school homo. Prjpires tor tha
best o. l.ejj a.
'i horouidi courses in Mmic and Art
Teachers' Liass tivos bust preparation for
Commercial Course includes Typewriting
piwi ioi.s siTurod for (iraduates.
tund . r iiuw illuHinite.) circular.
1'. JI, LUOAllS, A.M., Principal
The sui iutsilitfence was received"
bero yesterdny of tils death of Mi H i
Tnivera at tier borne in Siliabnrv, UJ.,
of typhoid fnvor. Sh whs a daughter
of the lute Dr. Travi-rs of thii placr,
i.D'l leivea a lur; circle of young
Miss Miunie and Annie Hoban who
have been visiting Arch bald friends,
relumed home yesterday.
Miss Ida White, of Carbondale, who
hns been Tinitiug Mrs. J. F. CamtaitiK'
for tbe pant week, returned to her
Air. William Drown, of Brooklyn
and Miss Etiie Moyles, of Scran ton,
nre visiting the Misses Mason of the
Tue Ladies' Aid of the Presbytnrinn
clinrch will raet at Mrs. J. L. Pdtti
Krww's this afternoon.
51 IBs Baruetta McHule is visiting at
The Young People of the Presby
Uilan Sunday school are speuding tbe
day at Lily lake.
. T. M. Voyln is spending his vacation
at Lnke Qnag.
One of the most exciting game of
bise ball this season took place here
yesterday afternoon .between tbe
Browns and the Browns, jrs. , for tbe
championship of the town. Tae for
mer .team were victors. Tin con
test was very interesting from the
start, the teams playing a sort of a see
saw game. The Juniors made a bold
fight, but the timely batting of the
Browns caussd their downfall. The
following is lbs score by inuings
Browns 0 a 0 1 1 2 2 z 8
Browns, Jrs 1 0 0 2 2 2 0 07
and Barry; Walsh
William Bingley, who cam to this
country about elevan mouths ago, will
leave today for New York, where he
will sail Thnrday morning at 11 SO on
tbe Anguata-Victoria to Southampton.
Mrs. S. A. Lake was taken ill Alon-
day. bnt was quite comfortable last
Mr. Dennis and family cams from
Wilkes-Barre abont six weeks ago and
have Leeo staying at John Williams, on
Sixth street Last week their children
were taken very sick. Since that time
two have died, aged 5 and 7 respeC'
tively. Monday morning Drs. . S.
llays and C. P. Knapp held a postmor
tem examination and decided that tbe
ohlldren's deaths were caused by in
flam at ion of the bowls by eating green
. William Pollock, of Beech Haven,
was visiting bis aunt, Miss. McKee, on
Mrs. Nelson Huffman, who was taken
tick Sandsv. was a little better latit
. Nelsou Huffman. who has been spend
lug u few days with friends in Jersey,
is exoccted home today.
Qeorge Eyke, of Forty Fort, spent
Sunday with Bnrtis Space.
Mt physician said I could not live, my
dver out of ordor. freanently vomited
greenish mucous kin yellow, small dry
humors on face, stomach would not retain
food. Burdock Blood Bittnrs cured me.
Airs. Adeluido O'Brien, 872 Eicbango
street Buffalo, W. 1. !
Highest of all in Leavening Powct.
The committee in charge of the nr
raiiyeruouts for the fifteenth annual
reunion of the Sovnn County Veteran
association, which will occur nt Far
viow on Aug. 13, are busily working
fur tlio success of the iillair, mid their
efforts nre m eting with - the greatent
etictiui'i'g' inMt. They hnvo received
word that ltjv. llotiry Wheolor, late
chaplain of the S v.'iileenlli Pennsyl
vania, cavalry, will be present on tiiat
day and deliver an address. The fol
lowing speciiil mts have been secured
for round trip tickets: Binghinntoii.
Kirlcwood, UttHt Bond, Hickory Grove,
$1 25; Siwiiu-limiiiii, Brandt, Starruccn,
$1; Thompson. 80 citits; llrriclt Cen
lor, 40 cents; Uuioudale. S3 cents; For
est C'i:y, 23 outs; Wilkes-Barre, $1 ;
Parsons, Miners' Mills, Mill Creek, lit)
fonts; L.irlin, 85 cents; Yatesvilb-,
i'ittston, Avoch, Monsic, Minooka, 80
cents: Dicksou, Olyphant. 00 cents;
Pcttkviil, Winton, Archbiild, 00 cents;
Jorniyn, jlayftald, 40 cents; Carbon
dale, oil; iloiioadule. 50 conts; Way
nui t, 15 cents.
William Churchman and faiuilv, of
Philadelphia, br.ve arrived to spend
the summer at their cottage at Cryatul
Miss Jessie Wetherby, of Way no
street, left yesterdany for a visit with
Yesterday nfternoou shortly after 4
o'clcch tho residents and pedestriaus
along Main street were thrown into
considerable excitement by seeing an
Italiau with a cotl I l ick face and in
working aiiir hustled to the city
piisuii by special officer. The crowds
following him siii'l he had killed a man.
It vr..s l -.irii-d l.-itt-r that he had not
killed a bint), lut La J seriously irjured
a fellow workman. They were return
ing from work when, it is understood,
i bey hud some words, and tue vicious
Italiau ntruuk bis victim a terrific blow
on the head with his dinner pail, in
flicting a sevore scalp wound. He mi
promptly Uk-;u into custody to await
the reults of his deed. The in j ire J
man's name whj Rjin ino, bnt his as
sailant's name eould uot be learned. ,
J. W. Dimoclt, district deputy grand
reueut of Carloudalo Couucil, Koval
Arcanum, accompanied by Dr. II. C
Whveler and George S. Kimball, were
in Honosdale last evening attending a
meeting of the Honosdale council.
Mi9 Francis Daley and Mrs. O. L.
U,leysp-tit Monday evening in Clif
ford as gutsts of the latter's parents.
The Mitchell Hose company with
their iundioLU team of sorrels were
iu Archbald last evening where they
participated in the firemen's parade,
which was had in honor of the Arch
bald Hose company's excursion which
occurs today at F irvlew.
Miss Adeila Williams returned to
Clifford yesterday after a brief stay iu
Tho game of baso ball at Simpson
vesUrduy betweun the Crescent an I
Veuui social clubs of this city resulted
n a victory for the former with tin-
score 18 to 10.
Henry Johnson, of Philadelohia, is
guest at the bom of L. C. Hathaway,
on Salem avenue.
A site for a new cemetery for Cr-
bondale has finally been decided npou.
It is the lloscoe Lea farm, a tract of
land situated about midway between
this city and MayrMd, on the line of
the Carbondale Traction comuany's
line, and contains about 100 ucres of
land beautifully situated on the west
side bill. The new cemetery will be
known as Crookside cemetery.
Mrs. Jo3"ph Herbert and daughter.
Addie, of Dund ff street, spent Mon
day with Peckville. frieudj.
Yeiterday afternoon while Exuress-
man P. A. Walker was hurrying his
hnrs? down Salem nveune toward the
Union depot to meet tbe 4.10 passenger
train one of tbe hind wheels of his
wagon came off, delaying him for a few
moments. The boree was stopped and
no further damage done.
Miss Annie Hutaliins, saleslady at
the Globe store.is enjoying her aunual
An ice cream festival was held last
evening on the iawu la rront oi tne
residence of ex-Mayor C. E. Rettew, on
Johns street. Tbe event wag given un
der the anppices of the Young L'tdies'
guild of the Trinity church, and proved
grand success socially and finan
cially. Miss Grace Alexin.ler.of Tarrytown,
N, Y., is the guest of Miss J. Alexan
der, of Main street.
W. J. Roberts, of Jones Bros.' tea
store, is spending his vacation at Elk
dale, Susquehanna county.
Stationary engiuo'iNo. 10 on the grav
ity broke down late yesterday nfter
noou causing a stand still of all trains
leaving Honeslulo for this city eft.r
that tune, Conductor lioll s passenger
train due iu this city at 5 o'clock p.
and Conductor Hubbard's ps3rGger
train due hero at 7 p. m. up to a late
hour lust evening had not arrived. The
accident only caused delay to trains
coming from Iloneidale hut did not in
terfere with trains leaving here for
Honesdale. So owing to Conductor
lloff's delay in arriving hern on time,
us to enable him to return to Honosdale
at C p, in. a special car was sent over to
carry tbe passengers, also a car load of
Delaware and Hudson shop employes
from this city was sent to the scene of
the accident to repair tbe damages.
No one wua injured.
S. II. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was
troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism,
his stomach was disordered, bis liver was
affected to an alarming degree, appetite
fell away, and ho was terribly reduced in
flesh and strength. Three bottles of Elec
tric Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, 111., had
a running tore on bis leg of eight years'
standing. Used three bottle of Electric
Bitters and seven boxes of Buck leu's
Arnica Halve and his log is omul and
well. John Speaker, Catawba, O., bad
bve laree fever sores on his leg, doctors
said he was incurable. One bottle Electric
Bitters and one box Buckleu's Arnica
Mrs. John Haslie and Mrs. Robort
Oliver attended a funeral yesterday at
William English made a business
trip to Pittston this week.
M. J. Farrell bat returned home
from the west, where bo has beon for
Mrs. James Dueble and Mrs. William
Ridgley will leave for New York bn
Friday, from whence they will sail for
A large number attended the Old
Forge, Central aud LangcliSa Ktg
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
funds' excursion yosterday to Lake
The homo of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas,
of Miller's Grove, ha beon bright
ened by the arrival thereat, on Satur
day morning, of a chubby littlo 'n.
William U'M illey v8 ti visitor at
the county s-at this wevlc.
The be d me-tiniM of the M ody
campaign started in Avoca last evening.
Evnugelist lilies pre idled in the Lang
cliff. Presbyterian church. Tonight
he will will preach in tho Moosto Pres
tiyteriau church; cm Thursday evening
in the Brick Methodist Episcopal
church nt L'ickawanna, and on Friday
evening in Avoca Methodist Episcopal
church. All meetings will commence
at 7.30 with praise service. The re
union of nil churches will be held in
the Primitive Methodist church on Sun
day morning, s-rvic-s commencing at
10 HI o'clock It' is desired tout all
singers gather n.irly ami form a utrong
choir. Gospel Hymns Nos. 5 and 0 will
Mrs. Miriam Shales, of Wilkos-Barre,
is visiting friends on Packer street.
The murriagrt of J. J. Curloy nnl
Mhs B Mmilt-y will take place this
afternoon iu St. M iry's church. Rov.
M. F. Crane will idli'iatu.
William Liird, Alexander Allan,
William Murdoon, Alexmder Liird
and Thomas McMillan went to Tuuk
hsnnockaMouday evening on their bicy
cles. They returned home last evening
and report having a good tim-J.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
union will hold its regular meeting to
morrow afturuoou at tho nsual timu
Miss B. Fadden is the guest of Mis
Ella U'Malley, of Main street.
The season is uow at its height and
the surroundings of this picturesque
sheet of mountain watur teoiu
with life. Hotels, cottages, etc , are
well filled with people, and continual
enjoyment is tne result. Besides the
hotels and cottage boarding houses,
there are nuiiioroiii camping parlies
whose numerous w.iiU teuts scattered
among the trees tend to enliven the
prettiest lake scene that northeastern
Pennsylvania can boast of. Every
train brings more guests and the end
of this week will Mud the boarding
facilities taxed to their utmost and the
season at its height. Dancing is en
gaged in at the Wiuola House every
evening and grand balls are given at
the latter place and at tbe Lake House
at Mill City every Saturday night.
Messrs. Shoppard and Lohmann, of
Wilkes-Barre, two young artists of
musical ability, have been engaged to
furnish terpsichorean music at the Wi
lola House, and every evening finds a
jolly party of young people tripping
die light fantastic to their delightful
Young's orch"8trn. of Tuiikbannock,
ilays at the Lake House iu Mill City
very Saturday eveniug.
Few balls rooms can be fonnd to
(jnal those of the L ike and Winola
.otels. Both Proprietors Frear and
Rogers exhibit thes adjuncts to thoir
nouses with much pride.
Tho Binder cottage is occupied by a
party of young ladies from Hydu Park
and the central city. Among them are
the following: Misses I la Thompson,
Victoria Watkins, Mre. Smith, Kite
McMillan, Ellin McMillan, Sadie Mac
Kutchwo, Miss Haywsrd, of Kingston.
Mrs MacMillan is acting as chaperon.
Colonel Lewis and family will va
cate their cottage on July 27.
Mr9. Guernsey's Sunday school of
x, Liiiue ciinrcti are enconced in a
comfortable cottage on the. Scran ton
William Glasgow Green, the popular
baritone of the, Jersey City Reformed
church, was a visitor at tho MsoMillau
cottage this week. Mr. Green has an
enviable reputation in New York musi
cal circles, and' has heen honored with
oilers of an engagement with a no less
rentable opera company than the
Among those registered at the Win
ola Houe are the following: Mrs. Stahl
and family, Mr. and Sirs. Crawford and
family, of Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs,
Lees und son, of Plymouth; George
Sharps. Percy Waters, J. b Gallagher
and daughter, E. E. Smith and wife.
U. S. Hull. C. R. Sanderson. Iloldeu
Tripp, of Scran ton; H, S. EIshII, of
Duryes, and many others.
Sufnuehaniia county's oil boom at
Brooklyn if. from all appearances, a
thing of the past.
Dr. R. H. M. McKenzie, of Taylor, i
student at the University of Pennsyl
vanin, visited Saturday with his old
time friend, Alfred Davis.
Rev, J. (J. Ilouaii, pastor of the
Methodist Eiiiscopil church, 1ms Ih-
gan a scries c.f abort mid-Bmumi
sermons commencing last Sunday even
ing with the following subject: "What
to Believe Concerning the JLiible. " On
subsequent Sabbaths the following sub
j -els will be talten: "What to lJeluve
with Respect to the Doitv;" "What to
Believe Concerning Redemption ;"
"What to Believe in Regard to Pruyur.
George Kisthiirt.tliit popular hutuher
spent Sunday with Giusou friends.
Joseph Davis, of Taylor, was a caller
in town Saturday.
A merry-go-round has b en erected
on the vacant lot b'twen the Forest
City House and Harlutig's liquor store,
nnd tbe vonng cuiidreu or the borough
are enjoying themselves to their heart's
The Vanillins Cornet band held their
first picnic Saturday in V. nulling
grove. It. was a very onioyable lift lir,
as well as a financial success. Nathaniel
Davies defeated all competitors in the
nnoit contest. 1 1 the evening the For
est City Cornet band ami the Liberty
Fife and Drum corp of this place were
in attendance and rendered a nil tub r
of choice selections.
Lewis R. B'van visited friends in
Vandling and Forest City Saturday.
Tho HilUldH collieries in this place
will be idle today, thus affording ample
opportunity to all who desire to atteiid
the id amnio tli excursion nnd basket
picnic to Like PoyotolU by the Suu
day schools of thin pi ice. Lake Poyn
telle is an ideal place for a day of
pleasure and recreation. Train leaves
Forest City on the Outarlo nnd West
ern at 8 30 a. m., returning leaves the
lake nt 5 30 n. m. Tickets for round
trip, adults 00 cents, children !13 cunts.
George S. Dunn, the genial Uatirlo
nnd Western station agent at Jermyo,
cperit a short time in this place with
his parents Sunday. II) was accom
panied by Miia Rich, of Jetmyu.
Grand jurors drawn to serve for
week emnnencinir Monday, July 30:
Josiah Fuller. Auburn, farmer; Stephen
Howard, Auburn. farmr; JamesWells,
Clifford, mechanic; Iiofeios Sptfford,
Diuiook, farmer ; Daniel Dvit, Frautt
lin, tanner; William Salisbury, Frank
lin, farmer; Milton E. Bircbard, Forest
Lake, butter worker; Putrlck S. Kane,
Forest Lake, farmer; . Silas Squires,
Great Bend towmhip.farmer; Theodore
Mesick, Great Bend township, farmsrj
Birney Ri'ckhow, Great' Bend borough,
clerk; Henry T. RiubunWoo, Harford,
frmr; Alva A. Allen, Hirford,
farmer; Auton D. Barnes, Herrick,
shoeiuakor; Charles Jay, Herrick,
farmer; Andrew Blank, Harmouy, fore
man; William Sullivan, Hallsteai,
track foreman; Elnur Tower, Lenox,
farmer; Dawion Elwurds, Montrose,
machinist; Fred J ly, New Milford
borough, clerk; Nicholas Irvine, Oak
land borough, gentlemni ; Aaron Wood,
Rush, fanner; Samuel Elw ir is, Kutli,
farmer; John Squires, Spriugville.
Mrs. F. D. Lamb nnd son, Fred,
were calling on Biughamtou friend)
the first of the week.
Tho B-'iiii-aiinual meeting of the
Sn-quoliannn County Medical society
will be hold til Hopbottom Tuosday,
Aug. 7, at 10 o'clock a. in. The usual
reduction of railroad fare is expected.
A cordial welcome is extendod to all
George Mnjor, of Binghamton, la the
gu st of his bioluer, N. O. Major, on
L ickHwann i avenue.
L D. Sawyer visited Binghamton
Luroy B.irne, of Eltnira, is visiting
his grandparents, Air. and Mrs. M. S.
L iwe, on Maiu stroet.
Tbti cottiign meeting of tho Railroad
Young Men's Christian association on
! rid ay uvauiug will be held at the
homo of Matthew Summerton on Miiu
tivut The cottngti mei-ling on Sun-
l.-iy ut 3 !!0 p. m., will be addressed by
Mclvllar, of Binghamton. Mr.
JMcK filar was a former general scre-
arv of tin Rtilroad Young Men's
Christian association at Whitehall
A. A, McCre.iry and wife, of New
York city, arrived h-re Monday to
spend the Bummer.
C. J. Langley visited Binghamton
Elizabeth Paulino, of Hackettstown,
JN. J., is visiting friends in town.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Tiffany and Miss
Jennie Currier went to Afton on their
wheels on Saturday, returning home
W. D. Rusling, of Hackettstown, N,
, is visitiug his cousin, Miss Jennie
Miss Mama Ileff-irmiin, of Phillips
burg, N. J., and Sidney Hall, of
Hackettstown, N. J , are visitiug their
uncle, Mr. Satnuol Hull.
Mr. Samuel and son Charles and
daughter Clara spent Monday at Rose
park in tlinghamlou.
Marvin Barnes, the hustling and
genial driver of tbe Hallstead Fire com
pany s engine, the Nay Aug, made the
run from Hallstead to tbe fire in Great
Bend Monday night in four and one
Charles Dugan, of Kingsley, who has
filled the place of Mictiual Hays so
creditably for the past three weeks, has
Hattie McCroy is visiting frieuds in
Fred Barnes Is visiting Cortland
Mrs. Henry Talmaae la visiting
friends in lunkhannock.
Born To Mr. nnl Mrs. Frank Jack
son, July 2.1, a girl.
Gertrude Read, who has been visit
iug frieuds in Afton, has returned
Tne Mothodist Episcopal L lies' Aid
society oi tun place win give a supper
at tho home of Miss I la Corby, on Piue
street, Iriday evening.
Mrs. Homer Robinson, who has bean
visiting frieuds in Afton, baa returned
Frank Carlton.a wll liked cornelian
from Scranton, is visitiug frieuds iu
Mat tie and bidio Doty, of P.iterson
N. J., ni visiting nt the residence of
George Wilcott, on Chase avenue.
Mrs. i red Koss is visiting frieuds iu
lhomas Heath, of Montana, is visit
ing friends in town.
Mrs. John Simpson visitod Bingham
ton friends Mon oiy.
Subscribe for Thk Tribune, the lead
ing orauion papar, only 4j cents per
Lawyer Cummin-;, of Binghamton.
was in town yesterday aud caugnt i
fine string of bass from the Susque
ha n tin.
Miss M;iry Scot ton, who hat been
visiting friends in Biughamtou, has re
The teachers' meeting on Friday
evening will be held ut the borne of
S. B. Chase, on Pine streot.
Ralph Street, of Scranton, a form
resident of this place, is visiting frieuds
and relatives here.
Woi'M) you rido on a railrond that uses
no duuger signals? That cough is a signal
hi uauger. llio sntest cure is Dr. Wood
Norway Pino Syrup. Sold by all dealers
on u guarantee ot satisfaction.
The fire in Great B -nd on Moim
attracted a good deal of nttontioti here
and about fifteen of oar male population
drove over to see it.
Hiram llihbird is sufftiring with
lame kne v Ha full on the alduwal
last winter and hurt his knee, but
did not bother nt tho time, It began
swelling atmut two week ago and ia
now very much swollen and painful.
Company G, N. G. P., had six n
men in the ranks on Monday night,
R. M. B istwick was at the lake yes
Dr. U J Slsckav was In town on
The fact that Hood's Sarsana-
rilla has cured thousands' of
others is certainly sufficient
reason for belief that it will
cure you. It makes pure,
rich, healthy blood, tones and
strengthens the nerves, and
builds up the whole system.
Pe Sure to get HOOD'S and
. Only HOOD'S.
Hood's Pills aro especially prepared to b
taken with liood's Sarsayarllla. 25c per box.
Monday to visit hU patients, but hns
rtnrued again to uia studies in Now
Tho Epworth L?agn- cabinet held an
niportant Uljetlu: at the naraouaze
A real old faihloned one. rintr nlrnna
would be well patronized if they were
to pitch their tent here.
Miss Eva Pratt, ot Scranton. is the
gnest of hir annt, Mrs. M. E. Hedden.
George Daunts has resigned his poai
tioa as clerk at the Tarbell House.
Deputy Postmaster Boatwlek avalii
ssrving Uncle Sam's pa'rons after an
onjoyabl time spent at Heart lake.
irjcy feweet, of bcrantou. is here tbe
giu-it of his uiothor and calling on his
Optician E. L. McKenzie. of Bing-
umton, has been in Montrose for a few
ays fitting poople with imperfeot eve-
A large number of farmers took ad
vantage of the rain and came to town
yesterday, giving the town a lively ap
Evangelist L. W. Snead will take
charge or Wednesday evening's prayer
service iu the Presbyterian church in
the abseuo of Rev. James W. Wil-
Mrs. G. S. Maloney is sojourning at
Miss Margaret Monroe, of Brook
street, is very ill.
Mrs. Gilday, of South Scranton, spent
esterday with her sister, Miss Biua
William Miller was caught botween
prop and got his foot hurt iu No. 1
1). Compton was in town Monday.
Miss Harrington entertained a few
riends Monday evening.
Ine Young Men a Temperance so
ciety, of Sport Hill, will rnn un excur
sion to L ike Ariel Aug. 13.
Miss Lillie McCullouah. of Philadel
phia, is tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. E.
W. Wert, ot Jllakeb'V.
Among the Sunday visitors to Dun-
more Were the Misses J. Cogglns.
Thomas and James Nealou.of Olyphant.
juiss Alary wnlsi-. formerly or this
place, but now of New York.is visiting
her sister, Mrs. O. Beglin.
Miss K. O'lloro, of Bloom street, la
lsiting her sister, Mrs. Daisy, of Phil
The Misses Anna McGowan and
Maggie Barretr.of this place.are spend-
ng their vacation at JSew lork and
The Epworth league of the Method
ist Episcopal church will run an ex
cursion to Glen Onoko on Aug. 23.
1. P. .Letchworth has erected a beau
tiful white bronze monumeut ou the
Jennie and Aollle buglo have re
turned from a pleasant visit to Hawley.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Murray sailed ou
Wednesday lust from New Yolk for au
extended European trip.
S. U. Oilly, of Cripple Creek. Colo..
is visiting bis sister, Mrs. J. W. Pinell.
Mrs. J. U. urnwn, of the West Sido;
Mr. und Mrs. William Rogers, of
Philadelphia; Mrs. D. J. Johnson, of
rem Hall, busqualiannu county; Lr.
M. Rogers and wife, of Dundaff, and
Mrs. G. E. Reynolds, of Scranton, were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. P.
Letchworth last vaek.
Mrs George Maxwell has returned
from New York.
Mariin Bold, of Wav.-rly. m ule a
snort visit with M, Lulz Monday.
D. K Oakley has tWrted to build a
dwelling bouse on Q.iiucy avenue.
Bynn Adams, of hUuctriu avenue, has
gone to Harford to spend a few weeks.
Mrs. lhomas Warner has returned
GIVEN UPALL EiOPE
Eczenta, Turning to Blood Tolson.
Treutcd by Specialists Seven Months
without Ouo Partlelo of Success.
body mm SORES.
Condition Terrible Life a Burden.
Trior! CUTICURA. In Three Days At
tends to Business. Curo Permanent.
In the snrinc of ld I took that dreadful ';in
disease, Eczema, which turned intoldnod in.
1 consulted tho best known specialists in litis
city. 1 ney treated uie lor
seu'n lnohtha tail 1 never
derived a particle of
pood from any of them.
I lev bad given it up as
a hopeless cure. I was
covered with sores from
lie.nl to foot ; 1 had r.ni-
ning sores all over inc.
sonic of them ss larc as
a box of vour Cn iccitA.
It cost me hundreds of
dollars with these so-N-
called specialists. My
JTi - connitioii wrs terniun,
v.r oik ltlo wad a most n mm eu
,,virT fr to m6, 1 could not eit,
.iVUS.. i driuk. or sleep. I was
trhablotowalknndhau given mvself un as dead
1 tried all medicines imaginable, until n liiend
who hud got relief advised mo to try ('flicritl
kkmkiiif.s. i sent, out ami got mem, ni'.u wneu
I took tho first iloso of your ( i tii tka uksoi.-
vest 1 felt a little better; wllh three boxes of
your most vahialila ( uticcra and one bottlo ot
'OrirrnA Itrsoi.vEST I was a new man. In
three .lavs I w as ui walking around and attend
ing to mv business, and it Is tho ( I tii'I'Ua und
('i ticritA Kkkoi.vent that saved mo from (he
Jaws of death. This is two years ago. I wanted
to sen if it had heen driven out of my system,
and I can say 1 have- never had any tmiihlesince
lortwo years. i ;.. i-. itnn.iii.
2925 Tonn. Ave., l'ittsburgu, l'a,
Pnld fhrotinhont tho world. Trleo, CmmtA,
60c ; Hoap, '.'6c; Kcsoi.ve'xt, fl. I'iittkb Dauu
AND Ci'.EH. Coup., Mole Proprietors, Iiolon.
jCij-" Uow to Curo Skin Diacascfl," mailed frco,
nifJIl'l.KS, t!:io..li.':el, red, rottch, rh:ippod,and
I IIEI oily eioii ciircu liy UL'Tlct Hi ritui'.
NcrVOUS instantly relieved by a Cutl-
cura l'lastor, bocauso It vl
Mtl5CU1ar talizes the nerve forces and
henco cures nervous paius.
TicuKncu weakness, and numbness.
MINING, BLASTING AND BrOHTIKGr
Manufactured at tho Wapwallopon Mills, Lu.
kiub cuuniy ra anu nc vu
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming District,
li8 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa
third National Bank Building
TITOS. FORD, PittstDii, Ta.
JOHN B BMITH A SON ; Plymouth.
E. W. MULLIGAN, WillcM-Barre, Pi
ARents ror tne itopauu
pnuy'a High Exulosivea.
MR. FRED WEICHEL
At his newly-renoratod and licensed Hotel a
CLARK'S SUMMIT, in now tu-unared to fur
uisli traveling tnnn and sxial parties with
tho LATEST, NEW-KTYLKD KlU.S, sini
or double, to taku them to I ako Wind
Oravel Pond and nil suburban point an
Summer resorts at reasonable uricen. A larj
llvory Oaru couuocted with uotol tor travel
400 and 403 Lackawanna Avenue.
JE have just purchased for cash
ftf at c;oc. on the dollar 32,228 doz.
Ladies' Handkerchiefs, the entire
stock of an importing house retir
ing from business.
Sals Commences Saturday, July 7
5c. Handorchiefs, sale at ,
10c. Handkerchiefs, sale at
15c. Handkerchiefs, sale at
25c. Handkerchiefs, sale at
39c. Handkerchiefs, sale at
50c. Handkerchiefs, sale at
400-402 LACKAWANNA AVE.
IF YOU ARE
We can serve you well. All the
desirable kinds are here and at
right prices. Then we have
other kinds of
Floor " CoirerixigB
Linoleums, Mattings, Art Squares,
Linen Crumb Cloths, fic.
Bvzantine. Smvrna' and Oriental
Rugs all sizes, from a single door to
sizes large enough to cover an entire
406 and 408
BRANCH STORE: Watt
No tales or history goes with the goods
we sell at our
Odd and End Sale
You will find money by attending our
It is cheap goodness not- cheap cheap,
ness that distinguishes our
Figures are eloquent when used to indi
cate the value we are 'giving at our
dd and End Sale
From a critical inspector you will turn an
eager buyer at our
Odd and End Sale
Goods marked in plain, large, low figures
Odd and End Sale
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