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TJIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNINGS AUGUST 10. 1SU4.
Is a3ked by every one
during these summer
days. Tho seasida and
mountain retreats offir a
solution of this question.
But none of these are
complete unless you avail
yourself first of the right
kind of material to wear.
For our August offer
ings of requisites we
have chosen exception
ally SUITABLE ARTI
CLES and recommend
them for their Useful
ness, Reasonable Price
and Desirable Quality.
TO DRESS WELL
Is a problem that must
be faced by many.
Eas been largely due to
the fact that we furnish
goods ia style ani fh'sh
of the high-priced at a
f p. 5 m h E" m
iwciouy villi:, i.v.
A r. fin' il soli ol ltiima. Fr-piroj for tlio
Ot-st I'' 1 eiT H.
ln.r.auli foii-a"!t in Minie nml Art
Ti'iii-Iiits' t. la.-n (jives bt preparation fur
( enem-rela! Gairso iueliHU-s Typewriting
Fosi miis s cure 1 fir (ir.i'lnates.
Keud f r in w iiimernteil i-in-nlar.
1. J!. LouMi.S, A.M., Principal
Mrs. Iswir DpHv. tvtio tins been in
feeble health for a Ion? tira', pissal
p"RCefnll nway last Sun 1 iy aft'Timo a.
lira. Dwif vvn9 burn in Ne'vtnn, JT,
J., in 1813, and wan ther-fort 73 y'
of ntte. At th nr' of (i years it r pa
rents moverl to Provident", Ln,, wli-"-"
they resiiled for some time. In 1S:!3
nh- ws nnUed in m arri.txe to Lmau
D-peW, ami when tli is plaos wiia nil
a formt they pettled on a farm ntmnt
half wny between Moscow and E ra
horst wher they live I a prosperous
life for sixty-two year, minimx a I rif--family.
Tub fnneral wis held in the
Moscow Metliolist Epis-jopal ci.nrcn
WfdiK'S lay morning lit 11 o'clock, U v
S. C. Simpkinc, ths p".tor, officiatin'.
Six prundel ildrt-n noted us p ill bear
ers. The stricken hnbnnd, who is in
feeble bealtb.nniJ fiimily have the sytu
patliy of t h comranuiiy.
Messrs Ilack-tt and Bunnell, of
STunton, ppent Snnday visiting C. F.
The Elmhurst and D.lton Bie Lull
clnbs played a fonr inning irtm at
Lr.ke Ariel Inst Tuesday The Duttons
gcnr'd but three hits off Ba-rtree'a de
livery. It wag not a very ex siting con
t"8t as the score below snows:
Elmhurst 3 9 5 4-21
Dniton 0 112-4
Another game will be arranged in
the near fntore.
Hotel Elmhurst is complotaly filled
with boarders, they beiiiif, unable to
accommodate all that demrs to como.
It is probable that ' t ie hotel will be
enlarged the comi'iar spring.
The E mlinr.nt Base Ball club wnn
permanently oruaniZ'id last Monday
emuing. A. B. Clay wag chosen as
manager and Dorrance Fnller will cup.
tain the clnh. Any challenges to the
Elmharst team should be sent to the
S. E. Akerlv has brokan ground for
ths ereetion of a new business plaaa on
bia lot on Lackawanna street.
Miss Annie Kid, of Philadelphia, is
Visiting friends on Lackawanna stroat,
Michael McLoughlin has moved his
family from the Sweeny bnililimr on
Lackawanna street to his residuum in
Wednesday morning, while, making a
trip from the Lackawanna Coal com
pany's tunnel, situated on the moun
tain ai'ip, the small locomotive in
chars of Engineer J. L. Thomas be
came uncontrollable and dashed down
the tracks at a terrific rate of speed.
When near Johnson's store the en
gine left the track and toppled over a
Bteen embankment, totally demolish
ing the engine and severely injnrinK
iUr, lboma8. The accident will caua
the tuunel to be idle for an indefinite
Editor W. J. Sohubniehl. of the Gz
itte, returned after a ten days' vaca
tion In York state.
The Youuir Men's Christian union
will hold a lawn social on Harper's
lawn In Blakely on Am;. 20.
Adoi.f Laixoz, carriage manufacturer,
119 Carroll street, tinffalo, N. V., states:
I was tronbled with nausea of the stom
ach, sick headache and general debility.
Burdock Blood Bitters cured me.
Highest of all in Leavening Towel.
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Spencer nr
spending a mouth at Now York and the
Alius Kate Conway is viniting frismls
at Nay Ant:
MUs Maine Gilliunn is spending her
vation at Lk Wiiiola.
Mrs. L H Fowler bus been elertml
president of the L idieV Ai l society of
the I'reshy terian church.
Mrs Lydon and eon Patrick are
spending a week in the conntry.
The fii'ieral of the late Mrs Martin
WaUh took place yesterday afternoon
at 3 o'clock from her residence on
Siiort Hill. Interment in St. Mary's
Mrs. Terrene Cliff. r 1 (intortained a
number of her la ly trien is at her home
on Appl avenue, yesterday afternonii
Amont; those present w-re Mr. T. J
O Uoiinell, Mrs, Thou. (J linn, Mrs. Ed
ward H'nuitn, Mrs, James Collins,
Mrs. John SOium, Mrs. Win. Mc
Harty, Mrs. M irtm (iibbons, the
MUse Margaret Murphv, Ella U'll ar i,
Ma'.'ie Loftus, Katie McUoniiell ami
John L iftus, a biuhlv resp-'oted ciM
zmi of this horonjiii, died at his home
oa Potter stn'et, Wednesday eVciiitii;,
a'tr a lineno;; illness of miu. is'
aithmii. The funeral will occur to
morrow lii'iini:i from bis late resi-dr-iic
cm Pou t street.
Westly l'inell and daughter have re
turned home fr.'iu New Yirk.
Mieh iel C ur die I sii'ld'iily T'aura
day nioriiiiirf at bis iiom on Biakly
tre"t. Mr. Carr leav.s a widow and
several small children to mourn bi.i
Ttiomus Kelly u ill at bis lioui on
Olio Winters has returned from Lake
Christian So diner mi 1 Mn. Micii.i"l
Lntz are visitiu:; t'.if'.r brother in
Way ) county.
Ail etlu rs Uaviiu; fiil d, council h is
it last d.'fi led to t.il.o a hand in inv-.-ti.:atii!;(
the or., 'in uf tlu late lire, dy
namite csplodoiis, etc , an 1 as their
first move have ,iut ori,'d Uurjj; -
Uuuk in to off t a M.fii.'ieut rewerd to
create an iucMitiv ln.it will result in
tile ge.iroa and lirtecti u of the mil.
en ants who starie 1 tlie I it fire 1(t t'a
"Cornei:i" iiid shattered Bryan Ho il-y's
ilwt llluy; Ui use with dnia:uit'. 'Int
nhort and incomplete inves.iija'iioiis
that lmVJ been undo aftar th-s.t out-
raes h.'.Ve resnl'ed
h::d council not
would li v S - illy b
Kiiiliy p.rt'.os ifoiii;
I. ss :is has :;l w .ys l.ve
all tUe ill-asCT' tH All
in ;,o:uui.;, un i
t ik 'ii a ban I
"n forjtoftan, t .e
fr.'e an 1 '. I uu -:i
the cas dunny
X tnvsteii.Mis eon-
11 i.;r 'tious tiia
in 'li aliuost a
hav-" -i-i t.-d t iis oor
n u ill v. T;e coiiiicil's
action wnl be a nr iiitic ation to all who
uwu uropertv witmn the b iron.:h lim
its, where, beca ise of the fr. qU'eit ou
tUiTeiice ol hre, they have to pay a
lare insurance rat and lately have
been much in tear tnat tun cuuip uiiei
would cane d ull policies
T e Sonntoa li.is and Water com
P 'uy is laying a new mtin ..Io.j Mill
Joseph Keller is building a new resi
dence at Little En,l ind.
. Tne police will perform e. mnci up-preciat-d
act if tli"y will c.iirin.i the
yoniiK tneti who play ball bickof tlie
corner of Elm and Dudley streets t
ns lan iU-iato during tli- gwos that ia
less emphatic nti-t re.-kless of filthy
phras -s The tilk is loud and reviling
that lady residents in that section ari
forced to l:e 0 indoors while these
yoniiK frentlomen are in the immediate
A houe was struck and slightly
damage at Buuker hill during yester
One thousand people enj yed the
beauties ot L ik" Ariel yesterday.
Miss Maggie Motf itt is spending l: r
vacitian at Atlantic City. Slie will
visit M.neh C iunk before her re'.uri.
Chief Victor Bnrschid will accom-
p my the Tiiirteeutu reginnut to Out
Miss Nellie Palnvr has returned from
a viit with Staten Island r 1 iiives
Coinmiisiouer Bi niche is m ikiiu ox
tensive r pairs ou a number of tae bor
ough timrouuf ires.
Conductor Joiiu Cnnnell will soon r
move to ids new residence on Dudley
We are clearing out the. whole of oar
stock of Uiih e things. Chicago Alt (.'o.,
jv7 I'enn av.-nue.
Ff.ur b:g Successes,
Ilavins the needed merit, to more than
mnlie pnod sllthe Advertising claimed for
them, the following four remedies have
r mlied a phenomenal nale. Dr. King's
Kew Discovery for Consumption, 'ongns
nnrl Colds, each bottle gun anieed Elec
tric Hitters, the great remedy for Liver.
Stomach and Kidneys. Bin klen's Arnica
Salve, the bmi in the world, and Dr.
King's New Life Pills, which are a perfect
pill. All these remedies lire guaranteed to
(lu just what is claimed fur them and the
dealer whoso iinine ia attached herewith
vi ill be glad to tell you more of them. Sold
byilatthews Bros', drug storo.
The funeral of I la Bechlel. the 11-
yeiir old (laughter of Charlts Bechtel,
was held from her home at 3 p.m.
yesterday. The services were con
ducted by Rev. William Sohmidt.
Mrs. II mry II ill and daughter. Miss
Antoinette D. Bill, loft for Luke Win
Paymaster II. B. Snyder, of the Del
aware and Hudson Catnl company was
in town yesterday paying the employe?
of the canal department.
bcrantnn Press club regatta at Lake
Ari.d Aug. 14.
The Hones tale Citizen has just is
sued a supplement to its regular sheet.
The supplement contains a brief his
tory of Ilotiesdale and a sketch of
uanrly all its business house).
John Kano of Maple str-nl, and Mrs.
Margaret Judge of Dickson Flats,
wpre united in the holy bonds of mat
rimony on Wednesday evening, Ii-vr
Father Shaniey ofilidating. The young
collide, who are . well known and
highly respected, will commence
housekeeping at onco in a newly furn
ished residence on Lincoln street.
Mrs. F. F. Mendiickaon of Scranton,
Miss Bertha Price of Plains, and Miss
Lulu Hern of Ashley, were the tfn. sts
of Mrs. M, McPherson of Dickson,
A special car containing several effi
cials of the Ontario an 1 Western rail
road stopped nt Throop depot on Wed
nesday, The gentlemen alighted uud
Latest U. S. Gov't Renor't.
walked over to the Richmond breaker,
where they were courteously idiown
through Hie works by Superintendent
Thomas ( Jrier.
ilu. 'iamnas Barrett was visiting
friends in Carbondalo on Wednesday.
Four mom hers of the Gospel Messen
ger held an open air prat er meeting on
the lot near the Catholic church la-d
idglit. Tlie sneaking and hyiilil sin g
ing was highly apnivfiuted by u vol y
orderly crowd of people.
At an early hour yesterday morning
necurro 1 tile ilat!l of Mrs. Bi'ilg.'t
Kiliiulleii, of Woollawtl avenue, li
ce is 1 1 w is (il ye u s of age, an 1 was a
native of lr I in ! She had resid-ii in
this city since 1S.V3 Sim is siuvivel
lv two children, Bridget and Patrick.
The funeral will occur on Situr lay nf
t rno hi at 3 o'clock Inlerin .ut will
he mad.- in St. Koso c -m-'t ry.
On Thursday, An; 23, t no Columbus
band, of this place, will holla picnic
in Murdoch's giove, on the W-st Side
In the moniiiig of til" eventful day tile
ColninhiH band, iiccompanied by the
G'Ttnaniii b nd, will parade th" urin
l ipil sireets and will then march to
Mis. Mary Edwards n'.:d daughter,
Lizzie, ot l'ml: Ftreit, (lie visiting
iri -nds in ti e Welsh fed tl- ineti', Sus-il'i-haiiiia
B irn, to Mr, and Mrs. Gorg-Diw-soii,
of Pike Hire t, a d iiig iter on
.Mrs Ann Dr.vy di.'d Wodues.l iv
afternoon at h- r home, ',',"! So itt street,
at the ago ol G'i y ' .rs, alter an iHno-"
of about three week. Sho is survived
i.v one daugnier. .Mrs. (.'h irles Jordan,
Funeral services will be held this after
noon at 3 o'clock, The remains will l
iiiteri'-d in St. Hose ceniot -ry.
Yt sterdav mortiing a sp-viul tr-iin
"rom Koresr City con wed t.n fuii'i'il
of tae late Fnnk Ciititiingh un, sr , to
this city, wo. re ;.io rem una w -nin
terrr'd in Si. Ko.it- cemetery. Tae p ill
n.-.irers were M..srs. J. li. B ii, I'a'
i ick 0'i.l ira, J mini Wai;.-, ,'o n Gil
! igher, Jo.ia lie Don i. Id and Taomas
Mrs. Cnarl'-s (1. Evans and c!ii'd:'-:i,
of lerrace piree:, l.-l'' yi-M'cr I iy for a
I WO Weeks' Stay il XinaVnl, X. Y.
Lat ev.-nii.g i-horliy h-for 0 o'clocl;,
one o; the lialians unjiloyed in tlie
Park street s -wer, m 't with a paintui
accident, lie waV ..t work in the ditch
v,-!i n a large stone toil in tinon him
a'riiiltlg It i in on the foreriea l, clVli-ig
a severe g ash, c aU-iug tne lilood to fl i'V
freely. Dr. .1 S Nil-s was cilled to
euro for tho unfortunate m m's needs,
after wnicii tu was removed to Lis
Mh sr". Lewis Davis, William Thnmas
and William G irv have retmuu I
home from a visit, at A'lautic City.
Miss La II illeimiclt is visiting r.da
iivjs in Si-aju 'hanua.
Kaiph Bi air was in Oieonti, X Y,
yet-rday attuding tie firemen's
Mins Cora Black, of Waterbury,
Co m., who has b: en the gm-st of Mrs.
W. il. Brees", of Lincoln nveiiU',
leaves today to visit Siiirivci relaiives.
Tickets for tho Press Club regatta,
t) on sal- at th folhjwtag places:
! A. K-lly's drag sroni, Frank
Brown' r .-taurant ; !;; ltiiion's news
ni.:e, Frank Av-rv. P l ica rrean.erv,
Mia.;'s Inn, A. W. Reynold's drug
store. Tic'c.'ts purcaas..il at the ab .ve
placs tnu-'t tie -sell uig.-'d at tho d-pot
lor r.tillOld licketJ,
A M, Place, wiosi rtore was burned
last Sunday morning, will resume
oiisiii.'ss in the stor- room lately occu
pied t.y G-nrge llutchius as au ice
ere mu p .rlor.
Mrs. Divid Aleiidl-soii.of Hill slr.'et,
Was i i Seranion y-st-r lav.
.li--s Ann a S i il 1 in w is a Cirbon
da!-1 visiior Tlinr- lav.
W. J. B-rg. n vi-iled the Electric
City ye-terd v on iniiin-H.
A u urn ' er of ymiag people front this
place attended a p .rty given by Thorn is
II r', in Jirmvn, Wednesday i v. iiing
Willie Hopkins, of Elg-rton, w. o
was i-jnr-d w' ile it: b.lbing Wodns
dav, died ye-;er.l iy.
jim K la rt no ' h as returned U' in
Fore.-t Cil v.
The clou Is which preivded the storm
oi yesierosv were ho lie ivy inar li e
r.ain n -cessary to light the lamps in
th hoU-ilM and sior-a
air. mid j'drs. U nnis Jkilk-r were la
Carbondal" vester I iy.
A. E. I'iffiny m ide a business visii
to Scninion ThuiHiiay iiiorniiig.
Onac'itntoF a siiort wuor cupply
tlie K. -y-itone colliery is idle.
1 li" Erie lire ik-r was idl yesterday
for a want ol c its.
i tie remain ing nn-i ol the twt'H re
cently horn to Mr. and Mrs. Pitrki;
McDonal I is v -ry ill.
Th Mayfidd band will hold a regu
lar TOnenrsal this evening.
Aims i;.)b-i i' ,.rri'i l"it last night on
the 5.10 D laware and Hudson train to
visit friends at Pittstou.
Old i or'c.
John B Carey and famiiy and J W.
Toornton and family are occupying ti.u
cottage oi Mrs. J, L. Hio at Like
Frd Nnylor, who h is boon cotiDiii d
to his home by sickness, is able to be
Supervisor Conway is walking thi
roads near B ibylon.
Mrs George Drake, jr., and family,
have returned from u vinit with frioinls
in Nichols,, N. Y.
James Salmon, town clerk, made a
business trio to Avoca one day this
Qii'ea number of onr peotde at
tended the Gospel tent meeting in
Avoca on Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Walter Smiles and f amily visited
relatives in Pittsmn on Thursday,
Tho r gnlar m 't'ting of the Old
Forge school board will be held ou
Mr. Thoinpon, of PiUstou, the celo
orati'd checker player, was a callur on
friends this wee It.
Frhrn Ttnliy was slel;, we gave her Cm-torta,
When b!io was a Child, she cried for Castorla,
When she became Miss, she clung to Custorla,
When blio had Children, sho gave them Castorlo.
Tlie coroner's jury i i t ie ciea of th
West Pittston hhaft nccid-nt mat i:i
'. quire James Gibbons' olliua Wednes
day afternoon, and after a brief hear
ing rendered the following verdlc :
"In the second openiug of the El'ter
shaft, Lehigh Vdley Coil comn nv
of borough of Ex'tr, on Jaly 2, ls'.Jl
by reason of displac-motns of a gin I ,
winch, coming in omit act with ucir
liage, tlie said carriage was pnll-d from
the cross piece mid f 11 I bottom,
c .nsia ; the daath of A G M .sou and
William Wilsati; a. id tie: jmy do
lurther find tint ihe second op 'iii-ig oi
toe Ex dor shaft w -s not in pn-p r con
ditinn to In. st' or low r in -n at. the lini
the i:ccid"iit ' ..inr d. T. P. Uyd r,
Anel ll"Vnon, A. Caiiilihe'il, T. mill is
Sniil-s, Joan II -ne, jurymeii." Fire
Bjss Jec il) G r; a. viao Was aslii le th
tup of the carriage when tho ae id -n't
oi-ciii'iu, was the moat; iuiaor'-ml wii-in-s
He::tatnl tiiat th - crrri iga wis
let down theshuft and hoi.-i'-d up f r th
put p -so of t still ; it. Th i carriage
made tho trip without anything ln-in.:
li:ii!aci)d or out ol ( I'd T. 'i'l'e in -n
then rot mi the carriage and in . -scHinliag
the shaft they di-covered there
Wis something wrong wita th - guides
When they were ahoiit to ascend tie
.diafi Gates was told to V on the tap
of Ihe carriage to put in the shoe tha'
the others would put on the I) itioin.
I hey must have uileil in doing so.
lla thought the ciniagiiwas in the
. est of con ii'.ioa
The LuzTiin Av-nii) B . pii.it cliuich
Wet I'lll-lon, was the sivim of il
pretty nuptial i-voal yester liy morn
ing, at It) o'clock, it being i Un m ar
riage of Mis EliZ ib'-th Bevoi and Lu
cius C. BI akt sic-. Tho ci-retuony was
performed by tin: it v B D. Tiioni v,
I). D, ut Toronto, ('ana ia, hrother-iu-law
of th-' hrid". lie i.vas assisled hy
the K-v, J. lj.mry Britti.in, p-.tstor if
the idiiu-'h. L o:;; li lora tho hour H t
f l' th-cer.-niuny lii ads cf the young
ciiiile li.'gan to .taer at the church.
Tae .Ian; ,,:id omnii'ils clouds lluii
liovcrad (iverh-ad in id i th) ou.
look for the happy event anything
but a uleasaiit one. Happily
nowiv-r as tne ho.ir drew no ir tn
Mill's soft rayi-Cast tln-ir shad. avs alum
the scene in il. iag it a tno.-it delightllli
o::o. Tne c.iiirch w is tastefully il 'fur
ited Willi p.lms and po!t-d plants
Tan 1 ri le looked m. ist charming, she
was a! lii-ed in a g-iwil of gray f.iiile,
iiiuime l with t lie chili' n and poin:
dlleliess lace. In h.-r hand she carried
i bouipi'jt, of l ri lai r.'B-s, Tee bride
ent.-rol ti.u elm: -Si laniii.; on the :iru
of her bio.i-r Phidp K. B v, n,
on tl-.o cp.i.isito side of I. :
church t ho ;,i ,1.11:1 enter.-d acco-'.ip mled
i'V i is brother, i i irrv Bi.ut- s! -. After
ihe knot I::. I be -h ti nt tile w ddilig
party r.'p .ir. d to the h.'tii' i.f the
oride's in niier, Mr-. J-ni'j Watkiiis, on
Y'-rk aveiiu ', wa.-r" a d-iightl ul l'.inca,
winch had been pr p r -d, was he:'iil
pall. 'llell of. Tl.e n.ippv c .uple lo t on
i tri.-f ttip to e.-t.U rn cities. They will
ivtiuu to W- st l:i :!. I cf r- pro-eei-ding
to New M-xico, wn-ro .Mr.
lil.tkeslee is imere.-ted iiiagdlmiit
mg ci iiipany un 1 wh-re he and bis
.tide will m:.k a their I. out-.
Mr, Bi.ili. .' formerly rcsi.l d
in Wi-t P.itstoi:, but h s b.'.-n
in lLo West fur tolll'leen years.
Among the gu -sts at the w-d.lin' wer
the following: I rani Ser.nton, Mr.
m. I .Mr'. J U iJ iiulm .:to'i Ij-wiiand
Jennie Il.iu'inglou, M'- s Er. :er Kow-
lau I, idr. mid Mrs. T. II. i alki as and
irmly, Mr, and Mrs. William Me
dia ve. Mrs. Wiiiiam U McCiave, Mrs.
Z. Pi ic, Mrs, John Ilowarto, Mrs.
'Villi mi llaiiley and Miss Hinl-v
1'oronto, li v. Dr. ami Mrs. B 1),
I'homis.M -srs. Wen -efl and Llew, lly:
Tnohif; Wuito Haven, Mrs. Mirtha
Ul.kesiee, iiiiiber of the groom, ids
sister, Miss Li.akesl-e, an I lirot a-r.
Harry u mesice; (jitiis tii-o-u, .ui s
.Mary B van; Wyoming, W.J. Davis
Th- remnant of the committee who
left here some ten days ago to inspect
the pave of v.;iii us cnies returned
home yesterday. Tn-y brought wiia
i in-iii a cupping of a coaip! m nil.iry ('.h
nolle taii U from ti:u V iMilugton
Posi, (D C.) Mr. Maag.in is iinoted as
a merchant prince willi sjver.il stor.
to d.de upon ; Mr. U v.p ns tli- pre.si
1 111 of the Piitst iu .Sl-el ai.'d '.v'roil ;dt
Iron 11 uiga Conipaay; Mr. Cdl'fird as
a pl'iillliht hoielkeep 'r; Mr. Dmii'lly
as being on. of tho iiiidiaul I -g il lum
inaries of the Luz me county bar and
Press A 'i tit T. T Lifiusas iieiug tne
i.aiidioai- st man i a town, with six feet
iivn incaes to adorn his stalelim s",
I'ne scoool ho ird will h.'l.i a epeei i.
ni.'eiing this evening for tne ptirpo
o' iiHsiniiig tlie icacii'-rs t.i Hi -.r p ..si
tions lot tho hi -ui I : .-c.lol i.tia year.
ill- an I Mis. I N U.rt t and cuil I
n il, of Poll id dp.. i i, aro
i.i in I's in ith.-r, M:s W.
Biii.ur btr.n t
Tmk e s irial liitig-l.ealin'; prin-ipleof
th- pine if e ha- linaliv been siuve-sUil y
sepaiale.i nil I ro ile d into a p l -ct c alga
hieil.cine. Ilr. Uno.i i.irvay I'l e
.vyr'ip. S.il.l hy all du ilera on a j;uaru:iit-i!
Tin fuilT-il of 111 id." Fasshnld, who
H" 1 Tn-'sbiy at terooo i c t bis hoin i a
( treenw ind, will 'cenrthis aftenioou.
lot rm nt w iil he in id iu th" 1'ir.tsto a
Aveiui' cein-tery Tne tu-iuh-rs ol
Hie Green woo I K 'g fluid will ntiend
in a body,
George El wards and raster, of King,
ion, are yiii ing nt the hoiu.' of I-.i.c.
I) i vis, in Greenwood, this week,
'I'l'"" U-tltl'-n that appnar-'d in Tun
TltlhUNHof yest -r.lay is being circu
lated aioniid tee town to g -t signers
All p-ra.itis wishing to have tin ir
names upon it will liad it at McD.m
Minooli a may w-ll boast of having
one of tho best nmatiier bas a ball clubs
in tlie county, whicn may bo s. en by
their playing. Catcher John O'N-dl',
of the M .lliw-r BiseBill citlo, is a
genuine, typa of b ill play-r, and m ikes
i first clais catcher and is poo l with
tn- slick. After a little experience and
practice wita stronger clubs he would
mako a very valuable play r for the
State Li-aglM team.
A foot fall club bus recently been
organized at Greenwood by sonui of th.
best talent iu the town. The club is
sues it challenge for any club In l he
county, at any time agree 1 upon, Wil
Ham Gornially, manager.
Forty-two boys were arrested last
evening for stealing apples. They were
arraigned beforo Squire OUtrt an 1
directed to pay the costs.
Mr. Lawmnc't M ir ilian will loave
town on Monday to contest in the
races which will take place in Alb my
Ho will also visit Boston and Puiladel
Mrs. M. J. Iienp and Miss Ella Cal
lahan nave returned home utter speud
ing a few weeks at Atb.ntin City.
W. 11. Hol lister, L .1. B Xier, etq ,
.Michael Whaleit and 1 nomas iwiziiiu
mnns m 'd' a business trip to Wilken
Barre o i Tiles lav.
No meetings are being held in the
different churches on account of the
set vie s being held in the uospel tent
The interet in the Evangelist meet
ings U increasing aud tht uttoudauca
ia very encouraging ts Mr. Bliss and
'boss who are assisting him in bis
org. The singing which is :tti imp ir
ant factor iu the work, continues in--piring,
and large numbers are at
racted to the meetings thereby. There
vill be no meeting on Saturday
Union services will b held ou Sun'lay
1. 1 10 3D i. in. 3 30 and 7 30 p. lu. Ail
ire welcome ai any of nut services.
Gospel hymns No. 5 and 0 aro used at
ill services. This afternoon between
I ami 5 o'clock u meeting will be hul l
f ir children. The sn' j -ct will be "A
Ciptur-).! Boy." All children ars in-
'J bomaa liv .nr, of Dunmore, called
on Avocn friends yesterday.
Miss K ito Gardner, of Clifl'-trd, Sns-
luelianaa cuiaty, is upending a wjuk
vitii Mis;! Eiteilii Bdlly.
It. II. Martin and Louis Ilolpb, of
Jerinyn, are visitors here,
Miss !1 ittto .Matthews and .Master
llurv Evri is, of Providence, un the
u-sis of Mr. and Mrs. William Rice.
Miss Ulna Lui'r, of Hyde Peru, is
vi- 1'iag .Miss Christiana u Bold at the
Liitie I ) -Imonico."
.ii-s Emily Wiiliaun, of P.-ckvilh",
is visiting at her uncle's, F. A. Parker
Mi -a Cord-Ill Carpenter, sisler of
Mr. Frank C-rpenter, is serio:t!y ill.
Mi.su Frank Wincholl, who has b-eu
visiting at D-hVer. Col., for a year, has
Mr. an. I Mrs, Jos-nh Sniecher and
family, of Scranton, were inn gu -sts of
Mr. and Mrs, Atidraw Mahom-y on
A grand ball will he li-dd nt t!i" rial;
ij.iuidiy night. Mudu by W. Sloii"
Everybo-ly, young and old, and of ail
den. .ini.iati. uis were shaking hands and
wisaing long life to tin 11; v. F II
l' u-sons upon inn first appearance on
tn- street- here Tu -slay alter a severe
lillle.ss Of tWO Weeks,
1 I 'V. .iO'lll WilltCll Will hold H-l ViC' i
it lb" Fr- c M-t h- dist church Sunday
morning at IJ .10
.Mis S erlihg Bedford is going to in
y the la-tut i-8 of As; my 1't.ik today
u:r a week or m .re.
Tho iiiiisiiico wnich tun existed In
tho ro i Iway in Iront of tiie Im-iiun-s
lortion of the borougn has been re
move! by our si r-et comiiiis loner by
li. ling in with a first cl .ss conghmier-
to st me winch lils t.m bill. Many
thanks, d a ar council and coiiimi-nio:ii-i .
11 v. J, A line aural, th'j 1 rm r pal
lor of the Biplist church, with his
wit", is visi ing among his former par-
pi. tuners, cnj .ying their ho p.lality.
initial -il wi ' li Hid pura air of our hill
con :i try. II h is b-en m id he, 1 h for
some tiiii', hut it is lioiod that he will
rapi Hy r-cuper it.
-vi's.-t llbiiiune K-nnsly, accniiip'tni-d
ny iil.ss Mildred Green, .ire Hp'-n-dng a
week ct Carbonlale, visiting Miss
The pulpit of th" Bip'.ist c urc'.i will
h occuai -d morning .ml evening by
11 V. A. B -rg-:i IP-owe, the new pas
tor. Horning snl j .' : "Th" Han i B--in-lit
li llu Wing." Evening: "'Lin's
Tho ex Minion to Liko Ariel wis
very largely attended. S ven car-iw -r)
w 1! tided. B f.veen f"iir and five
hundred woit from D dton a id Gi -n-in'
r u. Ev-ry one s-.eind to b" having
a good tune, p .riicul-irly thechillr n
and yuui.'g oj.li. The m Try-go-:
hind and swings were crowded with
p-isscittrers an I the steain'ooat was well
patronize,.!. It was a ple iur.ihlo occ i
siou nod great c.r-dit is due the super
intendents of tiieWaVerly imdDiltor
ii .ptist Sand iy schools for th j mauaer
ui whic i it was in inaged.
Winnie Tiugley is vUiting iu II .p
hoitoin. Dr. Fietcher, of Su-queltiinn i, was in
town tuj til si of the Week.
Tne teachers' m eting tomorrow
i Vi tiing at Arthur Meado's.
Fruit in this s-c.ioa is said to b) al
Ul-at it total fail!!"-.
..I:.;, li'iihis rjlialiU'i mid .M it. r
Ciia-i.e Clark, who have been vi-Pin
it tii.i n si.l-nce of Joan Pik.-, on M,.i
stre-t, have returned hum- .
Aelue lJeiiVern, ot ItortleilsVil 1.', is
vidnng trieiids and relatives in tn..
C-lonel W. o.l, who has been sick, in
Sarsaparilla is carefully
prepared by expel iciavd
pliaiinaeists from Sarsa
parllla, Biindelion, .Man
perries, and other well known
remedies, TheCombiiiu'inn, 1'ro-
ao.l-mi and 1
o ess are Fivuia'.r to 1 loo I's
power Peculiar to It-''.!', not pi
sesscd by oilier medicines, ilood's
3 Us J t.1
Scrofula, Salt Kheum. Sores. Boils,
s mid nil i.ther aiTeetions caused by
'blood; Dyspepsia, lliliousite: s. Mel
and l.iver Coin
Plaints. It, i., N; What
we. Say, but, what Hood'
Sar'apaiilla Does, that
Tells the Story Hood",
Hood's Pillo are Kenlle, mill ami elieelivft
Jl,t ',.S. TI.CS. RLKINTCN :i: ' U 'M
Is an liiiprovcmcnt in Soap.
In tlie Trolley Snap old mctli(u!n
and materials are superseded by new
tines. The Trolley Soap leaves the
clothes sweet and clean and lasts longer
lluui other soaps. .
Ask Year Grocer for It.
If he does not keep it send us order for
20 BARS FOR TRIAL FOR $1.00,
r for a Box mo cakes 75 pounds $4.50.
jcph LThoma? Ellpnton,
227 Chestnut Street, Phila. r
MiaiiEBiBsaiBiBBBcssigg imi iiimigtiiiiiEiHiiiiiniMiiiiiiiuiiiimiiim
li. ii J.ffMjaj
IF YOU ABB
We can serve you well. All the
desirable kinds are here and at
right prices. Then we have
other kinds of
loor z Coireriiig
Linoleums, Mattings, Art Squares,
Linen Crumb Cloths, k
Dyzantine, Smyrna 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 arsd End Sale
You will find money by attending our
Odd and End Sale
It is cheap goodness not cheap cheap
ness that distinguishes our
Odd and End Sale
Figures are eloquent when used to indi
cate the value we are giving at our
Odd 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 EDnd Sale
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