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TUTS SCEANTON TftlBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 28. 1894.
1 WORD OR TWO
When we have
thing we are
divide it anions our
friends. We require more
space for our Fall Trade
and all Summer Goods
must make way. We can
not afford to carry them
over until next season.
We give you Bargains.
Our Fall Goods are com
ing in daily; very choice
designs and colors. Kid
Gloves in all new shades
and popular lengths. Cor
sets, all sizes and best
makes. Laces,' Dress
Hosiery, Etc. Every de
partment is a reservoir of
style and elegance. Val
ues beyond the wildest
dreams of the economi
cal. We never resort to
but will let the goods
speak for themselves.
The Fashions illustrated
in our Monthly are the
latest. We are the only
dry goods house that pub
lishes a Fashion Monthly
and hope you appreciate
our efforts. If vou wish
to dress well and dress
economically, don't fail to
Philip Davis, of Dnnmore, la visiting
lis brother of this plaee.
John Edwards has improved his
lome by putting np shutters and now
I repainting it.
J. E Loveland and wife are at Ocean
Mr. and Mrs. Simons, of Dallas,
Texas, are visiting Mrs. Simons'
mrents. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gaigs.
At the regular meeting of the
Vouien'g Christian Temperance Union
in Thursday the following offieers
rere elected for the ensuing year:
President. Mrs. Msry Gardiner; first
rice, Mrs. Margaret Wardell; second
rice, Mrs. E D. Ssyre; treasurer, Mrs.
L Clements; secretary, Mrs. r. Swartz
eeording secretary, Mr. E. Rnoads.
Mr. and Mrs. Doane and soa Willie,
md Mrs. Conroy, of Plainneld, N. J.,
rho have been summering at the Simp
on Honse, retarned home yesterday.
Moses Davis, who bas been very sick,
Everett Howe, of Seranton, called on
riends bere on Friday.
Ethel Bourn has returned home to
Sroton, N. Y.
Mr. Collins and family are going to
novo into the honse lately ocenpted by
I. M Mack.
Mrs. Feiton bas boncht a fine new
Gracia Bourn is visiting btr grand
ather at Croton, N. Y.
Miss Mary Stine, of Brooklyn, N Y.
visiting Miss Katie Cunningham.
Mrs. O. E. Vaughn returned from
Slenburn much improvsd by the trip.
J. he gradAd school will open on Mon
lay, Sept. 3.
Mrs. W. S. Hntchings and danghters,
Jams and iiitbel, and son, William
eft Monday for Preston park.
Miss Nettie Gnigle, of Pittston, who
las been visiting Miss i.3itn bmltn for
he psst two weeks, returned home last
Miss Mattie Browi, of South Main
itreet, ia visiting friends in Carbon
Miss Mame Stewart, of Minooka ave
ine. is visiting friends at Lake Ariel.
Misses Laura and Katie Gillick, and
iliis Hattie Bean, of Minooka arena
ittended tba excursion to Niagara
(Ills AOg. 25.
Miss Lizzie Monio, of South Main
itreet, has returned home after a si
weeks' visit in Cauada.
Miss Mattie Hines is visiting Miss
Brace Edsell of Warrior Ran.
F. H. Johnson, of Penobscot, was
taller in town yesterday.
Miss Nettie Brown spent Sunday
pun mends in mtetoo.
Nelson Ross, of Main street, is ill.
Nat Egleston is visiting friends in
C. E. Scott, of Seranton, was the
ruest of Fred Marti) over Sunday.
Mr, Soott returned to Seranton yester
lay and Mr. Martin left for his bom
James Matthews, of Altoona, is the
ruest of his mother at the home of
William Hawkey, of Seeleyville.
J. ' Kirk Rose inspected the bridge
being bnilt at Keen a pond yesterday,
Robert Menner called on Carbondale
Bnoklan's Araloa Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cut
Bruises, Bores, doers, Halt Rheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
ixms ana an bicid ttruDtions, ana posi
tively enree Piles, or no pay required. It
it guaranteed to give perfect satiaf jtion
or money refunded. Price SB c tot
box. for sale by Matthews Bros. ,
Sixty-seventh Birthday of J.
Kizer Celebrated in a Pleas
Special to the Seranton Tribune.
Kizer's. Pa., Aug. 27. At an early
bonr Wednesday, Aug. 22, there aa
enabled at the home of Mr. and Mr.
J. D. Kizer, their long, daughters,
son-in-law, daughter-in-laws and
Krand children, the occasion being toe
celebration of the sixty-seventh anni
versary of the father's birthday.
The family consists or thirty-roar
member, as follows: W. Vf. Kizer and
family. Jrl F. Kizer and family. J. V.
Kizer. jr., and family, and A. F. Kizer;
daughters Mrs. W. J. Cobb and fam
ily, Mrs. Mortimer Arnold and family,
Mrs. M. S. Shaffsr and family. Miss
Sylvania Kizer and Minis Bertha Kizer.
The family presented Mr. and Mrs.
D. Kizer each with Daautum
chair, which was highly appresiated by
tbem. The day was Dassed pleasantly
Songs, instrnmental ninsic, fishing and
craukiag of jokes formed the Natures
Lake John, or better known as Kizer's
lake, abounds with fish, and after fisti
ng a short time with the aid of N. L.
Croop and Gideon Kizer, the party
succeeded in catching a great quantity.
The largest fis'a caught was a black
bass which weighed a little less than
After partaking of the luxuries which
hud bounteously been spread, the party
had their photographs taken Dy Mr.
Griffin, of Scrauton, who is a first class
photographer. A cousin, Mrs. Kosen-
orans. or uawley, being present, was
also taken with the aroun.
W. W. Kizer, the eldest son resides
at Varden. VVsyns county, and i in
terested in the milling business. E F.
Kizer resides at Monroeton, Bradford
county, and is extensively engaged, in
the lumber business in Sullivau. Brad
nrd and Jefferson counties. J. D,
Kizer. jr.. bas DurcliHsed part of the
omestead, including some timber
and. saw mill and lake and resides at
Kizers, Pa. A. F. Kizsr is a merchant
and resides at Psckville.
The son-in-law, W. J, Cobb, resides
at Towanda, and is an extensive manu
facturer of lumber, having three mills
operation. Mortimer Arnold re
sides at South Canaan, having been re
cently engaged in the muling business.
M. & Shaffir is a m "rob ant and is in
terested in stores at Varden, Peckville
ami VVilkes-Barre. Miss. Sylvania
Kizer rrsid'-s at Peckville, and Miss
Bertha, the youngest of the family, is
After passing a very pleasant day
the family parted to meet again next
and Mrs. L. Bishop, of Hones-
dale, spent Sunday at the Sumner resi
dence on Blaltelv street.
Miss Lillian Bishop, of Pittsburg, is
a guest at the home of Passengor Agent
Miss Jennie Osborne, of Wilkes-
Barre, who has been a gnest of Mrs.
John B. Smith, returned home yes
The first excursion over the new
Wiuton branch of the Erie and Wyom
ing Valley railroad will be ran from
Jessup to Lake Ariel today. It will be
nnder tbe auspices of the St. James
Catholic Yonng Men's Total Abstin
ence society of Jessnp.
Mrs. John Oswald and children, or
Newark, are gaests at the home of E.
Rev, Ralph Giilam, after a two
weeks' vacation, left yesterday morn
ing for New York city.
Dr. O. W. Marey spent Sunday at
Among tha Atlantic City visitors is
On account of no quorum there was
no meeting of eouuou on Saturday
Sol Bird has resumed his duties after
a short illness
Thomas Howley is again pulling bis
train on tbe Erie and Wyoming Valley,
after a short vaoatlon.
Mies Kntie Fowler, of Watertown,
N. i., is n guest at the Fowler resi
dence on Cherry street
Mrs. J. B, Bronson and daughters.
Ellen and Romaine, are visiting
Thompson, Pa., relatives.
Knees fcnyder, of Fort Jervis, N. Y.,
was a visitor yesterday.
Miss Edith Knight, of Pittston, vis
ited friends here on Saturday.
Solomon Cron spent Sunday at
James Hslioek will spsnd this week
with Hoadley friends.
John Correll bas removed to his new
bome on Dudley street.
The grounds snrronnding tbe new
residenses of Messrs. Wilson and Sny
der, on Dudley street, are being im
proved by florist John Falmer.
(Jon trae tors have broken ground for
the erection of H, A. Allen's residence
on Dudley street.
Miss Fannie Hayaook has retnrned
after a week a vieit witn Oxford, N. J
Engineer Richard. Wintersteen now
occupies bis new bome on Upper
A party from this place visited tbe
still mills last night. Among them
were Miss Lillie Wardell, Nellie Pal
mer, Miss Kellaru and Messrs. Stanley
and Fred Uaines and Mr. Whitmer.
Cure for Headaohe.
As a remedy for all forms of Headache
Electric Bitters has proved to be tbe very
best. It effects a permanent cure and the
most dreaded habitual sick headaches
yield to its influence. We urge all who are
afflicted to procure a bottle nud eive this
remedy a ratr trial, in cases or habitual
constipation Electrio Bitters cures by giv
ing the needed tone to the bowels,and few
rases Ions resist tbe use of this medicine.
Try it once. Large bottles only Fifty cents
at Matthews iiros'. drug store.
Arthur D. Barnes, of Herrick, was a
Visitor in town (Sunday.
Tbe berough school will commence
Miss Flo Allen is with a party of
Carbondale yonng people at camp Sun-
set, vijeini unit".
Rev. Mr. Olvnr, of Thompson,
preached two able sermons in the
Methodist church in this place Sun-
Fonrof our popular yonng people
win leave toaay ror the Mansneia
State Normal school. They are Miss
Stella Allen, who was at tbe Normal
last VAtir Alia Kilith Hrnwn Afiaa
Bertha Dnnn and Gaonra Max.iv. who
are beginning the coarse at tbe Nor-
it is reported tbat a deposit of gran
ite bas bi-en discovered near Franklin
Forks, Susquehanna county, on a farm
owned by a Mr. vVhitraarsh
Mr. and Mrs. N. C Moon and Miss
Hattie Davis; of Philadelphia, are stay
Ing at f . J. Osgood s.
Frank Hine and Thomas Maxey
served as jurymen at Montrose last
wa" r. mi,.. ,
City people enjoyed the Invigorating
aimosDnere oi crystal iaxe ounusy.
Tbe'forest fir on tha east aid of tha
Lackawanna has been spreading rap
idly. It is a little unusual to see forest
Urea ramus: this time of the year, but
owing to the starcity of rain most ot
the uuderbrosh has dried and also some
timber. Considerable timber owned
by the Erie company and the Delaware
and Hudson company bas been de
Misses Fanny R. and Bessie M. Sher
man, of Waverlv. spent several aays
Visiting their nnele, A. A. Davis.
The pnblio schools began yeateraay
under most favorable cireutnstanees.
Miss Imogene Akerly and Miss Lizzie
Frace will attend to their educational
interests in Wyoming seminary begin
ning on the 10th pros.
Rev. A. E. Douglass and wire re
turned on Fridav last from a four
weeks' sojourn in New York state.
Mrs Clara, Eshleman, of UydefarK,
visited her friend, Mrs. A. A. Davis,
on Tuesday last,
The picnic of the united ounany
schools of Clark's Green, Clark's Sum
mit and Chinchilla, on Thursday, was
largely attended and a; very enjoyable
affair, pronounced by the many per-
Lewis Jones and family, or r utston,
will tarry a short time wiiu his brother,
C. B. Jones.
Willis Austin retnrned on ifriday
evening from a week's visit in New
ark. N. J.
Ex-Mayor John 11. f ellows, lieorge
W. O'Kell, A. J. Colborn and Byron
F. Akerly, and Henry L. Koehler, of
the Democratic wing, wore very busy
nartlcinanta in the reunion held here
The base ball came on SUoraav db
tween the Clark's Summit farmers and
the Chinchilla mue resnlted in a vic
tory for the farmers by a seore of 18
The interest in the Moore s gospel
tent still continues and will continue
through the week. Fully fifty bav
acknowledged a change of heart and
purpose. Much good is being done.
Samuel Smith and family are corafor
tubly located in his new residence just
. rwr - s
The ball game piayeu on weanesuay
between the Morning Glories, of the
Summit, and a Glen burn nine, the for
mer winning by a score or 6v to i.
J. H. Law and wife returned home
after a pleasant visit to Niagara Falls
Mrs. Dice, who bas been living with
her daughter. Mrs. Robert Kennedy,
moved to Seranton. where she will
keep house with ber danghters, Carrie
Miss Gertrude Shelp, of Bloomsburg.
who has been visiting here lor some
time, left town on Friday last.
Miss E lith Kennedy, of Wyoming,
who is visiting her brother. Robert
Kenaedy. speut Snuday In Priceburg,
The Tbroop hose corapuny jno. l is
anticipating the arrival of a new hose
Miss Jennie and Miss Mary Williams
spent Sunday evening in Providence
ueorge uinsnam ana Lawrence :usus.
who have been away on a fishing tour,
returned with thirty pounds of fish.
Tbe boys of Throop who attended the
excursion of Company 11, of Provi
dence, greatly enjoyed the trip.
Charles Atherton who bas been away
nader the treatment of doctors for tbe
past two years returned home on Satur
day benefited but very little. When he
left be was confined to his bed and now
can only move very slowly on crutches
John H. King has been eleoted del
eate to the Abincton Association Bap
tiat convention neia at uiark s ureen.
to represent the Baptist Sunday school
Messrs. Hare ana Stanton mane a
flying trip to Wyoming on their wheels
Henry Lee and wife, accompanied
Dy a friend, were in town on buuusy,
The Misses Hattie Wall and Lizzie
Cramnton, of Green Ridge, visited
Miss Maggie McCrea yesterday.
R. J, Cnsick is visiting mauds in
Forest City this week.
Tbe majority or tbe people in tbis
plaee who are depending on tbe water
line for their supply or water, nave
been at a great disadvantage for the
past week on account of tbe water be
ing shnt off so often. It has been en
tirely shnt off for tbe last two days.not
a drop coming through the pipes. Al
tbongh tbe same charges are madi
monthly, yet tbe people do not receive
tbe water hair of the time.
There is a rnmor afloat that some of
our leading citizens of this district
have a movement on foot to seenre an
nexation of this place and Greenwood
to the city. The territory which will
be taken in by this movement will in
einde all the land between the present
terminus and the Hollenbiick eslate at
Beware of Frauds Be sure you get
the genuine Dr. Thomas' kclertrtc OH.
It cures Cold?, Croup, Amu run, Deafness
And KhenmatiHm. "
Mrs. Harry Sears, of Binghnmton. is
visiting at the home of her sister-in-
law, Mrs. William Sears.
A sp-cial meeting of Oriental Star
Lodge Fr uud Accepted Masons, will
be held this evening. Work in tbe
The following named persons left
yesterday for Otsego conuty to Pick
Hops: Mrs. Thomas Pope, Mrs. M. A.
Sayres. Mrs. O.tcar Traviss, Misses
Lena and Emma Barnes, Jennie Will
iams, Lephiit Cullender, Etta Peck,
Stella Arnold, Poarl Freer, Messrs.
Thomas Soloman and Robert B irnei.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Buck lend, of
Kerr Poud, were visitors here on Sun
The many friends of John Grisedal
will be glad to hear tbat he is some
Don't forget the Union exunrsion to-
moriow. A good time is in store for
all who attend.
Gil mores Aromatic Wine
A tonic for ladies. If you
are suffering from weakness,
and feel exhausted and ner-
vous; are getting thin and all
a r:i' a
matlC Wine Will brine roses
tO VOUr Cheeks and restore
you to flesh and plumpness,
Mothers, use it tor your
daughters. It is the best
regulator and corrector for
ailments peculiar to woman
hood. . It promotes diges-
tion, enriches the blood and
gives lasting strength. Sold
bv Matthews Bros.. Scran-
Miss Nellie McGaane and Miss Mary
Flaherty, of Gulf Sorauiit. N. Y., who
have been visiting at r. U Flaherty s
for the psst few days, retnrned home
Thomas Hen wood, of Dnnmore,
agent for the Erie and Wyoming Val
ley, and his mother from Luzerne, are
visiting friends in town.
The excursion of Gaorge W. West
division, 468, Brotherhood of Locomo
tive Euitinevra. of Carbondale. Satur
day, was enioved by aboot 700 people
along the line of the Ontario and
Western railroad. Twenty-five p9ople
went from our town.
Dispatcher P. F. Flahertv for the
Ontario and Western, returned from
bis vacation Saturday evening.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. b. B idger are at
East Branch, N. Y., visiting for a
Mrs. Tboma Curuow left on the
Delaware, Lackawanua and Western
noon train for Nangatuck, Conn.,
where they recently have moved from
our place, lie is employed in the elec
tric works there.
G. S Dunn returned to work yester
day after u u illness of a few days.
Miss Olta Gable, of Honesdale. spent
Sunday visiting Miss Jeunie Jay.
U. b. Maines la very sick again .
Rev. E. Gundall is away ou his vaca
tion for a week or more.
Last Sunday, both morning and even
ing, ttev. JS. Osborne tailed the vaoaucy
in the Methodist Episcopal rhnreh. In
me evening he spoke witu force upou
tue "rail of Uabylon."
Hit. M. K. Lynott is at Atlantic City
enjoying sea bathing.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Winters are at
Ocean Grove attending camp meeting.
Atout titty people from here went on
tile excursion Saturday night to
Niagara falls. The Jermyn Citizen's
band, winch stands second best in tbe
county, accompanied the excursion.
lnav arrived home yesterday morning
at 3 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flock, of West
Pittston, spent Suuday with Avoca
Miss Kate Morris, of Providence, is
Bpendlugju fewjdays with friendt iu this
Hugh Giod win and daughter. Mar'
ion, returned home yesterday after
spending a few days with Kingston
The following gentlemen are attend'
ing the Democratic tounty convention
at Wilkes Barre today: Miuhael Cal
vey, Thomas Harding and William
Miss Jennie H. Dick will leave homo
on isaturday for Stroudabnrg, where
sue will enter and tnks up the studies
of the State Normal school.
Miss Jaanie Campbell, of Penobscot,
is spending a few days with bar mother,
of North Min street.
Lawrence Morahan attended tbe Cal-
tdonian games at Hanovor park on
Saturday aud took sucond prize on - the
running high jump and third on bitch'
and-kick and vaulting.
Miss a. Fallon, ot tlazleton, is the
guest of Misses Annie Quinn and Ella
B. O'Brien is visiting friends In Car-
bondule and Jermyn.
Tom English, of Pittston, was a vis
itor in town on Sunday evening.
Mary Cray, of Ashley, is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer and Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Johnson, of flams, were
guests of Mrs. Newliu on Sunday.
A happy party of people met at Ho
tel Elinhurst on Saturday evening to
pin tails on a donkey. Some of the
tails were put where they did not be
long. The ladies' backs, lacs curtains
and picture frames were decorated with
tails, A nntnber of prizes were award'
ed. Mayor William Connell won tbe
booby prize R Emmet Comegys won
urst prize; Mrs. William Connell, Dr,
Connell, Mrs. George L. Brack. Mrs.
Watkins and Mrs. Horace Hand also
won prizes. Among those present were
Mujor George A. Breck, Mrs. Horace
Hand, Mr. and Mrs. Sumuel Senator,
Mr. and Mrs. Loou Goldsmith, Mrs,
Council, Mi.jg Connell, Miss Watkint,
Colonel and Mrs. Schoonraaker, Mrs,
Edgar Codnell, Misses Fannie and
Lucy Fuller, and Djrrunce Fuller and
C. M. Hollister.
On Thursday evening the guests at
Hotel Elrahurst celebrated the birth
day or Major ueorg-) Li urecit oy a so
cial in tbe hotel parlors. Forty per
sons were present, every one of whom
brought a token of esteeni for the ma
S'linnul Sauiter lias pursnased eight
lots on Scboonuiaker plot, tieorge E
C.iufield four and Moses lirownsix
M. L. BijMK. Alderman, Sth Ward,
Sciantou, Ha., stated Nov. 9, '83: He bad
uxed Dr. Thomas' Ecluctrio Oil for apraius,
burns, cuts, bruises ana rheumatism.
Cured every time.
Dr. F. L. Van Sickle and Frank
Northup have returned home from
Charles LeweBley, of Carbondale wits
In town yesterday.
Miss Lizzie Gallagher, of Dunmorp,
spent Monday with ber sister, Mrs.
John O'Malley, of Dnnmore street.
Miss Nellie Gallagher- and Miss
Etlie McDonald have retnrned horns
after a pleasaut visit with friends in
John Williams, or WHK'S-LSurre, is
visiling his brother, Joseph Williams,
of Lackawanna street.
Professor Cumuiings and M. W.
Ciiuiuiiiigs, jr., were iu the Electric
Thomas McHnU. of this place, will
leave here tomorrow for Manslield,
where be will attend school tbe com
Mies Mnry Davis bus,' returned home
from a two weeks' sojourn at Atlautic
Mrs. Kane, of Archbald, ia the gnest
ot her sisler, Mrs. I . Mnrpby, of Duu
The Brown, jrs., will cr ies bats with
the units uuiiers, or rroviuence, on
tb Browns (.'rounds this afternoou.
roe entertainment umier the aus
pices of tbe TJ iiversalist church at the
Opera Hons briday evening last, by
Miss flioine Weston, or urooHlyn, iJa.
and Professor VV. T. Le, of tbe Rhode
Island State sollege, was attended by a
large anu appreciative euaienos.
A great many of our townspeople are
camping at Lake Nicholson. Among
tbe tin in her tbat weut last week were
8. L Tiffany and family. C. B. Will-
lams and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. War-
oer. Tbe nhing la fine.
A slight fire iu the McDonald build
ing caused its occupants to hustle at
an early hour yesterday. No great
Mrs. Gi-orgs Hemingr is vialting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs U, tl. Williams,
jvev. hit. A'luma nas returned irom a
Mrs. Xiiizaoetn elevens is spending
tew days in Seranton with ber daugh
ter, Mrs. G. A Shoemaker.
Mr. Mv Kanur. who is clerking at A.
Rsndiss. bas moved his family from
The board ot direetors of the Young
Men's Christian association will meet
on Sunday, Sept. 2. Tbe eottaare nest
ing on Friday evening, Ang. 81, wilt
be held at tbe home ot J. VV. Cbidester.
Lida Fisher, who has been visiting
friends in Honesdale, has retnrned
Miss Lizzie Sheehan, ot Waverlv. is
tbe guest of Miss Mame Barker, of
Miss Bessie Perigo, of Shamokin, is
stopping with friends in this plaee.
Mr. and Mrs. William Travis, or
Binghamton, are visiting frieDd and
relatives in this city.
George Adams is visiting friends In
Mrs. U. T. MtCorinick and daughter,
Leratta, and Miss Grace Sullivau, were
iu buranton todav.
Leonard and Grace Marvin, of Nor
wich, are visiting at the residence of
Mr. Ira Preston on Dayton avenue.
Mrs. James Gillen, of Honsdale, is
visiting friends and relatives in this
William Wallace registered at the
Mitctfeil bouse to-day.
Colonel Wood is ill.
Richard Osterhout, the popular shoe
maker of this place, killed a rattle
snake yesterday measuring 3 feet, 4
inches, and bad ton rattles.
Huntings railroad shows will ex
hibit in Great Bend on Monday, Sept.
Tbe Hallstead Fire company will
run an excursion to Lake Ariel
1 he teachers meeting Friday even
ing will be held at tbe home of S. A.
Hull, on Mum street
Tbe cottage meeting next Friday
evening will be held at the bome of J.
Mr. and Mrs. Asher Fell, of Wilkes-
Lsnrrc, were the guests of Bert Green
Green for a few day last week.
Misses Lealla and Eloise Gill more, of
Seranton. are visiting the family of
Mr. aud Mrs. itoss Sherman.
r. a. farter is convalescing after a
A. R. Colborn, jr.. candidate for dis
trict attorney subject to tbe Repub
lican convention, was a visitor here
Flue confectionary and ice cream at
Martin Bold s Little Delmonioo.
Miss Blanche Keunedv is vialtine
irienas in liUziroe county.
iiev. A. tiergen Browe. of the Bap
tist church, held services both morn
ing and evening to very large congre
Madison academy was formally
opened for the fall and winter term
yesterday, Professsor F. C. Hanven.
assisted by Miss P. D. Ralph and Miss
uuvtio Quinu, mil leuen.
G. H. Wbite is vlsitinc relatives in
Squire E. J. Feeley is rapidly recov
ering from a very severe attack of
Fresh home-made bread, eakes and
pies every day at Martin Bold's Little
Harry Finch, of the Delaware and
Hudson Canal company's pay office,
was a visitor to bis parents here. Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Finoh. Saturday ana
Albert Rose and family, of Seranton.
are rusticating at Lilly lake.
ttev. . a. .Parson held quarterly
meeting at cmocniua Sunday morn
ing, and attended the tent meeting at
Nichols' grove in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Bedford, after
enjoying the sea breezes and surf bath
ing at Asbury Park for two weeks.
have returned home mneh benefitted
The marriage of Richard Lahev to
Miss Ellen MiQuinn will occur at Sr.
John auurou tomorrow afternoon at
5 o clock.
Miss Lou Johnson is the cuest ot
Mrs. SMi. Kiioades. or Luzarne avenue.
1 be Second district Democratic let-is
lative convention met at People's hall,
Wyoming, at 2 o'clock yesterday after'
noon. S. B. Bennett, of West Pitts
ton, was elected chairman. J. H,
Mack, of Forty Fort, was nominated
for representative, bnt arose and with
drew his name. W. J. Hibbs was
nominated by acclamation for repre
sentative. He made a speech accept
ing me nomination.
Miss lerest Bernstein, of Scrauton.
ia visiting Miss Goodman, of William
Miss Lottie Goodman, of Seranton.
spent yesterday with friends here.
Miss Goodman, of William street.
accompanied by her friend, Miss Teresa
Bernstein and Miss Lottie Goodman, of
Seranton, passed Suuday in Wllkes
Mr. and Mrs Wisemsn of New York.
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M.: Wise
man nf Willi Mil street. I
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The Magic T,6uch
. You smile at the idea. Hut
if you are a sufferer from
Anil Indigestion, try a bottle, anil be
fore yon have taken half a dozen doses,
you will Involuntarily think, aud no
"That Just Hits It!"
J hat soothing effeet Is a magie
touch!" Hood's Sarsaparilla gently
tones and strengthens the. stomach
and digestive organs, invigorates the
iiver, create a natural, healthy desire
for food, gives refreshing sleep, uud
in Hiioii, raises ine Health tone of the
entire system. Kemeniber
Hood's Pills cur liver Ills, constipation
Diuousiicss, jaundice, sick headache Indlsu.,.
EnrODAan Plan. First-elui Ri ...k
Depot lor BrgDr ft Kogti'i Twuhaiuwr
IE. Col 15th dfilbtSt!,, Phllafla.
Host desirshl for rasMsnta t N.E. Penn'
tylvuiU. All eocTfulsncaa for trarnlars'
to and from Broad Btrcot station a( th
jmmtu auu narni ncrcal station. D
lirablo tor vialting Morautonlans a4 po
400-402 Lackawanna Aye, .
Fine Holland Shades, with heavy
knot fringe, Hartshorn Rollers,
Plain Shades, 20, 25 and 30c. each.
Measurements taken and shades put up by experienced workmen.
We Carry All Widths Store Shades in Stock
Brass Extension Sash Rods
15 and 20c. each.
A few Vienna Porch Shades
left that we will
KERR & S1EBECKER
406 and 408 Lacka. Avenue.
OUR SALESMEN DON'T REQUIRE THE
To sell the goods in
ments. ' It's to your
to deal with us that is, if you care to ;
save on your purchases and we
think you do there are other reasons.
A stock of 3 Seranton Stores
is shown under one
we make it easy to
Wfe chop the amount off so fine you
hardly 'miss the paying of it. Besides
Cirpets and Furniture we sell
foves and Crockery.
ou know we furnish homes complete.
close out at cost
our several depart
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