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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-
SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 190t.
An Ideal Boys' Club.
11IN It comes tti llio structural
nrrnnRftiu-iit of tin: Ideal cluli
i rontlnuo Rltnply to brlnf
In from the outHltle tlio boys'
ovitj liny Interests nml rcla-
tloiiKlilps. Tlio uvciiikc boy's fiivorlto
story Ih the one ipproiluclnK tlio lift
lie liven at liomo, nt school, on the
Hired, In the fields nnil woods. The pic
ture lie enres most for depict the re
lations or the scenes he Is most used
to. The club that Is to win his confi
dence and loyalty must give him n
Tho club feature, then, of first Im
portance Is the social feature. This
must bo planned not according to a
theoretical pattern of our own more
likely than not to be artificial and re
pellent but nlontf lines sumjested by
a sympathetic Htudy of boys legitimate
tastes and habits.
There will be -rames In variety
many of them foolishness to the adult
mind some of them noisy; but hav
ing one foot still In the nursery
though tlieother may bo already on the
first rounds of the commercial ladder
our boys are not prepared to give up
entirely tho nursery atmosphere.
'We will folow with music of not too
cla-sslcnl an order, and not nn abund
ance of any sort. Music Is good in the
taming of savages but more thnn n
moderate application of It In the boys'
club will prove reactionary. To fulfill
its high mission of at once giving
plpasuro to and elevating tho moral
sense music must never be reduced to
the common place. An orchestra and
a glee club among the boys would con
tinually tend that way; and yet with
a thoroughly efficient leader such a
department would have great weight
for good. In tho absence of a glee club
or orchestra friends of the club with
musical gifts should bo encouraged to
occasionally render vocal and Instru
mental selections. In this line tho
happy medium should always bo at
tempted between the popular and too
often vulgar music of tho theaters,
and tho higher quality music of tho
Frequent stage entertainments, dra
matic and vaudeville, In which the
performers are from tho membership,
and not imported for tho occasion will
enliven, and, with propor oversight and
control, greatly strengthen the social
bonds of tho club,
A general gathering place will bo
necessary, where boy gossip, the relat
ing of experiences nnd the exchange of
pocket jewelry may be carried on;
ind where also a favorite dog may
now and then find a welcome.
Add to the foregoing a quiet re
treat containing well-filled book
sliolves and a. generously supplied
! -I'llnr- table; a fairly equipped gym
n.'xlum nnd switnlmng bath; an es
' '"iilMinient of natural nnd sympa
i little social relations with men nnd
women of refinement and education,
w ho volunteer for an hour or two nt
flic club weekly, and If It is not pos
Inle to Include anything more here
' .in organization which In two gen
intliiiiH will work social wonders.
I'm It Is possible to go further and
to bi lug about results oven more rap
i !ly than this. Wo have Introduced
'Iiiis far play nnd recreation and n
'mitiilngllng of social interests. Iet
!' next step be to organize an indus
iiinl department. AVe will set up a
li luting press and a rack of type; en
Tge the service of n printer, n car
penter, n shop cobbler, n tailor and
a chair neater. We will Invite the
hoys to enter any one of these classes
mid fall to work at his chosen trade.
It n rule is made, forbidding change
fiom one class to another for a given
number of weeks, or until time enough
elapses to show which thing is con
genial and which is not; there will
soon begin to Issue from this depart
ment In rapid succession hand-mads
hleds more dear to the heart of the
maker than tho finest factory product;
lepalred shoes, nt a cost to the mender
for leather and nails only; name cards
and other typo production, with pos
sibly n small news sheet published for
nnd in the club's name; chairs from
the home bitting room reseated nnd
lebnckcd at a nominal expense;
mended coats and patched trousers and
buttoned waists all wrought by tho
hands of those who get tho direct
pioflt thprcfrom. By this process of
doing for themselves In small ways,
the boys are not only passing their
time pleasantly nnd profitably while nt
the club, but they are learn
ing at tho same tlmo tho
"I am the mother of
fie. children," writes
Mrs. S. E. Rose, of
Big Otter, West Ya.,
"arid have been as
high as eight days in
the doctor's hands,
and never less than
two days with any
child until the last.
Then I had used two
bottles of Dr. Pierce's
and was only two
hours in the hands
of the doctor."
Dr. Ploroo'a Favorite Prescription
la a woman' m medio Ins. It ourci
dlaoases of tho womanly organ; If
Im . wonderful motllclno for moth
ers, ai.tkno tho baby'm advent
nraotlaatly painless and giving
abundant strength to nurao and
nourish tho child.
art of fully providing for tlicin
kcIvuh ntid those dependent tipon
twin later on.
The political or governmental feat
ure of tho Ideal club has been hinted
nt In n previous paper. Its prnctlenl
opeiatlon will bo somewhat as rollows:
If the club Is iclatlvely small In num
bersay less than one hundred let it
take the form of borough or city. Di
vide Into wards, with any llxpd num
ber of boys in each. Tho wards will
select by ballot one of their number
to represent them In council. (One
counellmnulc body will answer). Tho
council will choose a chief burgess,
or In case the city form Is followed, a
The executive ofllcer may be chosen
from the councilmen, or from tho
membership at large; nnd he will nt
onco proceed to fill by his own choice
the nppolntlvo ofllccrs. Aldermen or
a police or city court will, of course,
bo one of the first necessities, but
for the best .results ofllces should be
created only ns tho development of tho
club requires thorn.
For n club of nbove one hundred
members state or nntlonnl political
lines should bo followed. Tho national
form of government Is preferred, be
cause of the greater variety it affords.
Suppose we have ready for organiza
tion a group of ono hundred boys, with
a fair prospect of steady growth to
four or five hundred. As n first step
the director will constitute himself
president of the club republic. Ills
need will then bo n cabinet of secie
tarles: (a) n secretary of state to
make out membership tickets, kpep a
record of new members, write busi
ness letters pertaining to club Inter
ests, In short, to serve ns general dub
secretary; (b) n secretary of the treas
ury to receive and account for mem
bership dues nnd Initiation fees, pay
bills against the club and have gen
eral financial overnight; (c) a secretary
of tho Interior to preside over and
keep In order the game closn, and
to serve as trustee of all louse club
property; (d) n secretary of public
works, for common service In bath
Following the establishment of a
cabinet will come the dlvHInn of the
hundred boys into groups of ton e.uh.
These separate groups will b1 name I
for states In the rnlon, In ,'iiib n -with
the oldest slate nnd coming d iwn
as far as names are needed, one !'
from each state will be H"lected. cith
er by ballot or appointment, to ivrvp
as governor. The governor will nt ihe
earliest moment mil the ten tig thei
for the purpose of choo-dng a sc-mtor.
This choice will be mad" by secret
ballot. With ten slates incorporate!
we shall now have ten srimtni-3 with
which to open a judicial confess. Till.
body nillbt met once u week to o;ui"i
laws, to appropriate money for i un
nlng expenses, and to ( on Mil or pr..d
dcntial appointments. I'ntll a vice
president Is one of the ofllcerti of the
club the senate will require to be In
charge of a I'halrman .oito(l by bal
lot from the floor.
The clerk t-hntild be clioien by civil
service examination open to all mem
bers in gooil standing in the dab -ail
Ills term will be during i;ood li'hivln,
or until lie tires of the ofilce irid is
This branch of the gnvjinnjoit' w 1'
be the most illflicult to handle an I will
lequlie tilt Icadeishlp of nn ,i " il t o
expeiience, who will s-ce that tl'e so i
erol usages of the 1'nlted tt'iit . ten-
ate aie followed, nnd yet .t un 'me
the youthful senators vi'h c -ire an '
ndherence to paillaniert : .tin ml
practices. . j
AVIth laws on the statute 'o 1 1' , t!i o i
must next be uuthoilty to info ee
them. It Is a pity that this I.'.eal of '
ours could not have llsen nb.ivo tnc .
consideration of law-breaking an 1 '
punishment therefore. I'mbr pusm
earthly conditions it would'lme bfen '
nn unwoik.ible ideal had It dune f.
I.aVH are as necessary to the givern
Ing of n hundred boys, to a definite
end, as they are. to the governing uf
the millions who make up a nut'on.
"Wherever there is law then- w al
ways be breakers of the law. To pic
vent anarchy, law-brenkers must lit
properly controlled. And thus It In our
club courts of Justice have need to be.
Tho common court for the tilal and
disposal of petty offences may consist
of a Justice of the peace for each state,
each Justice to try offenders In his
own state alone. For offi-nie of a
graver nature, and for the t.i.-l of oin
cers, und the consldeiation of appealed
cases, there should be a higher court,
and one of considerable dlguitv.
Call this court simply the hlglur, or
the Superior, or the Supreme court.
Select for Judges of this cmrt thieo
of tho, best boys for character, enprgy
nnd ability on tho club list. Make the
officers superior in rank to any other
in tho club, so that even presidents
when the time comes for tills olllce to
be filled from the ranks will count us
the highest endorsement of his admin
istration n call to a place on tho bench.
It may not bo safe In the beginning to
place full power to mete out punish
ment In these youthful hands. Tho
director will retain the right to revise
tho sentences of the court. An far as
possible, however, he should endorso
Its rulings, and where this Is not pos
sible a clear explanation of his revis
ions will profit tho Judges In subse
quent trials, and will save any appear
ance of official beltttlement. In this
way, providing great enre In selection
Is maintained, tho Judicial affairs of
tlio club will be found to )be quite safa
where they have been placed.
I' or reading room nnd llbinry we will
namo nnother cabinet officer; nnd if
our Ideal club publishes n newspaper
as any Ideal club should there must
also bo n chief nnd a corps of sub
editors. There is whero we shall soon
est touch to llfo the sleeping geniuses.
The flist, nnd possibly the second, ed
itorial Incumbent will prove unsulted
to the calling. Hut as there Is n born
newspnper editor In every group of a
score of boys where several such
groups unite the law of selection will
very soon bring to the editorial eliulr
ono who will suitably fill It.
It has been computed that the nver
age boy, In a given year, spends as
I much money for chewing gum, sweet
meats, fco cream, cigarettes and other
like luxuries, as his parents spends on
his shoes and hosiery In the samo time.
Ono province of the Ideal boys' club will
bo to stimulate tho hublt of saving
money tho stray pennies that come
easy and much easier find their wny
into the candy man's cash drawer, A
savings bank connected with the club
Continues to grow in favor with the people, and today tiiere lire more people having good dental work done
at the Union College than in half all the regular offices in town put together. If you have not been to see us, you
may question this statement and wonder why it can be so. s
The Answer is Plain,
Reason Clear as Heaven's Sunlight
There are no operators here who are not men of mark in their profession, come here to learn the much talked
of secret of our new and positively harmless method of performing the most difficult operations in dental surgery
without the slightest degree of pain or discomfort to the patient, and no after consequences, as result generally in the
usual so-called painless methods now employed, when the patient happens to be of a nervous temperament or
delicate constitution. No such thing can happen here, however, and that is the reason why we have an overflow of
applications to learn the new art which has robbed dentistry of its terrors for timid people," and allows the operator
the fullest freedom to work, so that the highest results possible are always achieved, because the dentist has no
obstacle to overcome in the way of a restless or wriggling patient.
s Tell a
Story of Interest to Everybody Who!
Realizes the necessity of keeping the teeth in perfect order for the maintenance of perfect health, and the
proper absorption of wholesome nourishment. There must be hundreds of men and women in Scranton who have
the need of the skilled dentist, but have shrunk from facing the ordeal which they believed to bj in store for them.
There is no ordeal here for anybody, no excruciating pain or sickness from the inhalation of noxious jiases. These
are entirely obliterated by the discovery of Mr. Faatz, our general manager, and as we practically onlv charge our .j.
patients with the cost of materials, because our operators are fully qualified dentists taking a post giaduate course in
their profession to acquire a perfect knowledge of the Faatz Painless Method, we cm well afford to do this, as we do
not give away the secret ot the wonderful discovery merely for the asking. It ovn money because the secret is
woith it. That is why we can offer you
The Highest Class of Dental Work Possible for
Practically the Cost of the Materials Used,
A Pull Set
FOR EXAMPLE :
On Regular Dental Charges and the Work Will Be Done R'ght, as Ev.y ri:u:
is a Perfectly Qualified Dentist Before He Corner Here.
Ik f Eli!
in a Word,
You F'.jI v
AS! Work is Positively Guaranteed By Us for Ten Years.
Header, Just One Wor
' Q. PB2ii"T our general business manager, is not a stranger to Srranton. He has been a resident
vw. 178 JFduALj of the city for twenty years, md will probably remain for as many years more, ss
t'lw l nion College of Dentistry is a Permanent Institution, established not for a day or a year, but for
. ali time
9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
10 a. m. to 4 p. an.
!':-:- : ! : -j- -S' : ' ; !
will nerve two ends; It will promote
the HiivhiK linblt, nml It will affoul
lirnctlcnl Instruction In banking metli
odn, Such u department under the
HUldanee of n man of business linblts
will prove an immediate and unequiv
Hut branch after branch of dlfferlnfj
character nilsh be added to this already
lengthy outline and the end be Btlll
a long wny off. Enough as been given
to Hhow tho nature of the Ideal in the
writer's mind, and to suggest the al
most limitless scope for practical edu
cation afforded in tho realizing of such
an Ideal. Lincoln B. Brown.
Samuel Kbhleinan wishes to niako
tho following statement: "As a num
ber of Moscow people think I received
a largo amount from the benelit ball
given for mo on Febiuarv 14, I will
state, in order to correct the mistakes,
that I received Just $S."
Jesse Gardner has been spending the
past week with his grandmother, Mrs.
Dox, nt Elmhurst.
Mrs. Joseph Kolnnskl and daughter,
of Carbondale, who have been visiting
Mrs. Max I.onsteln, have returned
A large number of ladles were in at
tendance at the Wlllnrd memorial
meeting held at the homo of Mrs. M.
V. Vaughn on Thursday nftemoun,
Refreshments wero served by tho
Misses Sara Decker and Kuth Itlch
mond. The following programme was
carried out: Solo, Mrs, I.amoreaux,
Scripture tending, Mrs. Millard; prayer,
Mrs. Maiy Del'ow; duet, Mis. J. M,
Noaek and Mrs, Lamorenux: Miss
Wlllard'B memorial solo, Miss Sara
Decker; rending, Mrs. Shoemaker; reci
tation. Miss HutU Itlchmond; rending,
Mrs. Watts; singing, Mrs. Nosick, Mrs.
I.nmoreaux, Miss Sara Decker; re
sponsive leading, Mrs. Kuto Wnrdell;
C. W. llouin Is visiting his daugh
ter, Mrs. Horuco Jones.
for SICK IIDADACim
for PAIN AFTER EATINO
for WANT OP APPETITE
for ACIDITY OP STOMACH
for SOUR STOMACH
for SLOW DKJBSTION
for fOUL UREATU
far UAD TASTE IN MOUTH
for COATED TONGUE
Wo will pay tho nliovo reward for nny i
enso of Liver Complaint, D) spopsia, Side $
Hcaducho. IndUtMtion. Constipation ov X
CostivenesH wo cuunot euro with Livcrita,
tho Up-to-Dato Little Llvor Pill, when
tho directions uro strictly cointilied witli.
v They aro purely Vcgetublo and novcr S
X fall to Rivo satisfaction. 23o boxes con- i
. tain 100 Pills, 10j botes contain 40 rills, ?
o Do boxes contain 15 Pills. 3owaroofsub-
X stitution3 and imitations. Gont by mail.
O Stnmps taken. Nkiivita Mkdical Co., !
Clinton and Jackson Sts Chicago, 111.
for SALLOW FAC3
far TORPID LIVES
for SLUU0ISH BOWELS
for BLOTCHES &. PIMPLES
for muddy coriPLn:;ioN
for DAD BLOOD
for KIDNEY COHPLAINTS
for BnAUTlPYlMl THE
for WOMEN anJ CHILDREN
XjrfLtrtle Lm'ErW''3EW& 2S223L
NERVITA MEDICAL CO., CHICAGO, ILL.
SOLDi IVY MrnAItnAH & THOMAS, DMJQCIISTS, 209 LACKAWANNA AVENUU SCHANTON, PA
RAILROAD TIME TABLkTB
Schedule in Effect May 27, 1000.
Trains leave Scranton, D. A X
0.45 a. m., week days, for Bunburyt
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Baltu
more, Washington and for Pitt
burg and the West.
0.38 a. m., week days, for Hazleton,
Pottsville, Heading, Norristown
and Philadelphia; and for Sun'
bury, Hnrrlsburg, Philadelphia
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts,
burg and the West.
2.18 p. m., week days (Sundays
1.58 p. m.) for Sunbury, Harris,
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore
Washington nnd Pittsburg an
the West. For Hazleton, Potts
ville, Heading, &c, week days.
4.27 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Hazleton, Pottsville, Harrisburg.
Philadelphia and Pittsburg.
J. n. WOOD, Oen. P. Act.
J. 1). HUTCHINSON, Qtii. Mff
Dolaware, Lackawanna and Western,
In Kffect Dec. 2, lflOO.
South l.ne Srranton (or New York it 1.44
il.00, S.S0, 8 00 and 10 Mi, m.; 12.M, 3.33 p. m
Kor Phlldtl)lil it 8.t and 10.05 . m.; 12.H
and 3M p. m. l'or ,StrnudlurK at A.10 p. m
Milk arcominoditlon at .1.40 p. m. Arrive ai
Hobukrn at B..10, 7.1N, 10.20, 12.08, S.15, 4.41
7.1( p. m. ArriiP at Philadelphia at l.Otl, 8.S-1
".00 and R.22 p. in. Arrlv from Nvr York ai
t.10, 4. Or) and 10.2.1 a. m.; 1.00, 1.62, &.4J, 8.41
and 11. SO p. m. From StroudnViurg at 8.03 s m.
North Lfaip Scranton for nuffalo and Inter
mrdlatr atatlnn at LIS, 4.10 and 0.00 a. m.
1.53, I.IH and 11.3.5 p. m. For Ointfo and Sjra.
ctr at 4.10 a. in. and 1.31 p. m. For Utlra H
1.10 n. in. and 1.53 p. m. For Montrot at f.0
a. in.; 1.05 and 5.48 p. m. For N'lcholion at 4.0t
and 0.15 p. m. For ninxhamton at 10.10 a. m. Ar
rhe In Sir.mton from nuffalo at 1.23, MM,
ami 10.00 a. nt.; X'M and 8.00 p. m. Krom (
mvo nml tyrarti at 2.35 a. m.; 12.R3 and S.0
p. tn. From t'llra nt 2.55 a. m.; 12.33 and 3.34
1. m. From Nlcholnon at 7.50 a. m. and 6.00 p
in. From Mtiiilro-. at 10.00 a. m.; 3.20 and S.M
llliHiimlnirp; HMlon Lcaro Scranton lot
.nrtlitimlicil.ini, at 0.43, IO.Oj a. m. j 1.55 an
5.50 p. m. For l'l.vmoulh at 1.05, 3.40, 8 50 p.
m. For KlniMon tt M0 a. m. Arrivo at North,
umbrrland at 0.31 .i. m.: 1.10. 5 00 and a45 p.
in. Arrive nt Kington at 8.52 a. m. Arrive aj
I'ljmouth at 2.1HI, t.Si, U p. m. Arrhe ll
Scranton from Xnrthumtarliml at 9.42 a. m.
lj:r, 1.50 and 8.45 p. ni. Trom Klngaton ai
11.00 a. m. From I'Jjmouth at 7.55 a. m.j 3.2J
and 5.33 p. in,
Soiith-I.favc Scranton at 1,40, 3.00, 6.50, 10.01
p. in. ; 3..13 and 3.40 p. m.
North-l.Mie Scranton at 1.15, 4.10 a. m.t IIS.
5.1S nnd 11.35 p. m.
lllnomilnirir Dlvlnion Leave Scranton at 10.07
a. in, and 5..V) p. in.
Lehigh Vnlley Bailrond.
In rifled Nov. 25, MOO.
Tralni lenvo Scranton.
For 1'hll.idrliihU and New York via D. k It,
It II., nt 0 15 and 11.55 a. in., and 2.18, 4.21
(Ittnik Dlumonil Kipri'm), and 11.30 p. m. Sun.
cIjvs, l. k II II. H.. 1.51, 8.27 p. m.
For Uhitr Haven, Ilizlcton and principal point!
In the coal region. vl 1) fr 11. It. It., 8.41,
2.18 ond 4.27 p. m. For I'otUrille, B.4S, 3.1i
and 4.27 p. m.
For rMliIchem, ILiiton, Heading, Uarritbum
and princiimi iniermenmie siauon via 1. ec H.
II. II., 0.43, 11,55 a. in.; 2.18. 4.27 (Dlack Dll.
mond F.xiri-w), ll.m p. in. Sundaja, D. A II.
II. 11., 1.68, 8.27 p. in. .
For Tinikhannnck, To--anda, Elmlra, Ithaca,
Reiieva and principal Intermediate atatlona, vli
II, I,, k W. II. 11., 8.8 a. m.; 1.03 and S.44
For CIcneva, Hoc licnter, nufTalo, Kiagara Falh,
Chlcncn and nil points writ, la D. & H. R. R.,
11.55 a. in.. .'1.3.1 (Ulack Diamond Expreaa). 7.4),
10.41, II. SO p. m. Sundays, 1). Ic H. B. R.,
11.5.5. 8.27 p. m
1'iillinan parlor and alecpinor or Lehljh Valley
parlort earn on all train between Wllkea-Barrai
und New York, Philadelphia, Buffalo and Sua.
1KH.I.I.V II. WII.IIUII, On. Supt., 2 Cortu4
Rtre. t. New York.
CIIA11I.KS S. I.HK. Oen. PaM. Agt., 2d Cortlanil
atreet. New 5'ork.
A W. NO.V.S'KMACIIFin, Sir. PaM., Agt, Soutki
For tlckcta and Pullman reservation apply is
300 Lackawanna avenue, gcranton, Pa.
Delaware and Hudson.
In Effect Nov. 25, 1P00.
Trains for Oarltondale leavo Scranton at 8.88,
7.5.1, 8.5.1. 10.1.1 a. in.; 12.00, 1.20, 2.14, 3.52, 5.20,
r. 62, 7 57, 0.15. ll.lfi p. in.; 1,18 a. m.
For llonesdalc 0.20, 10. 13 a. m.; 2,44 and 5.24
For Wllkeii-llarrf fl.1.1. T.48, 8.43. 0.38, 10.43,
11.85 .1. m.i 1.28. 2.1B, :t.33. 4.27, 6.10, 7.48, 10.41,
I1..W1 p. in.
For I.. V. It. II. polntfc-0.43, 11.55 a. m.; 2.14
1.2 and 11.30 p. in,
For Pennsylvania H. It. polnt8.45, 0.38 a.
in. : 2 IS ond' 4 27 p. in.
Fur lluny and all points north 8.20 a. m.
and 3.5J p. in.
For Carbondale 0 00, 11.13 a. III.; 2.44, 8.5.,
3 17 10 52 p. in.
For llkis-Ilarrc-fl.3S, 11.53 a. m.j 1.58, 3.38,
0.27, 8.27 p. m.
For Albany and points north 3.52 p. m.
For llonixlale 0.00 a. m. and 3.52 p. ni.
Lowest rates to all points In United States aa4
'' '.I. II. lll'linirK, 0. 1. A.. Albany, N. T.
II. V ( llO-i-,, D. P. A., Scranton, Ta.
Central Enilroad of New Jersey.
Stntlonj. In New Yoik Foot of Libert itrcet,
V. 1!., and South Ferry.
TIMII TAIII.II IN IIITKCT NOV. 21, 1000.
Tinlns leave frcianton for New York, Newark,
1 11 il. i Hi. I'lillad.'lplila, l'.aston, Rethlehem, AI.
lentovvn, llain.li Chunk and W'hlto Haven at 8.3(J
,i in ; rxpicn, 1 10; mpicsn, 3.50 p. m, Sundays,
2.15 p. in.
For Pittston nnd WllkM-tlarre, 8.30 a. m., 1.11
jinl .150 p. in. Sundays. 2.15 p. in.
For llalthnorc and Wishlnftton, and polntl
South and Vct la flethlcliem, 8.30 a. ni.; l.lfj
nnd .1..V1 p. in. Sundijs, 2.15 p. m.
For l.on llrandi, Ocean Orovc, etc., at 8.39
a. in. and 1.10 p. ni.
For Ittniliui". Lebanon and Harriilnirg, via AN
lentuvvn, 8.OT a. in. and 1.10 p. m. Sunelaja,
2.1.5 p. m.
For Potlsvlllc. 8.30 a. m, and 1.10 p. m.
'IhroiiRh tickets to all points east, eouth and
west at lowest rates at lb station.
II. P. HAI.DWIN. Oen. Faes, At
J. II. OI.1IAUSHN, Oen. Supt.
i iii .ni
Erlo nnd Wyoming Valley.
Tune Table In F.IToct Sept. 17, 1B0O.
'Iiains for llivvlev and local points, connect
li'R nt llavvlej with Krie railroad for New York,
New bulk- and Intcrmcdlatr point, leave Scran
ton nt 7 05 a. ni. und 2.25 p. m.
Tr.mw airlve at Scranton at 10.30 a. in. anrl
P. 10 p, in.
7- TV',i --
T.i-m Card in ffet J. BOitt, 1904,
7 10 Ar.N.Y.,5V.d8t.LT.
1 M Ar.
11 IS "
ll a "
II 23 "
ll li "
II 11 "
11 01 "
10 M "
io fa "
10 1 11 "
10 o Lv,
. .lUnetM'k... M
. PleivMiit U(, M
.Forrat City.. "
Carbon dale Yd "
,5V hlla Ilrl.lg. "
JerlMn . M
.5Vlnton .. "
r'.U!e , "
.oi.piitnt. . "
. prULbtirg., M
im r fill
Additloail trlm!fT Ctrbondl for MMttcU Ttrrf .
8.45 pmfirfpt ttun-Uy. tn4 7 WPtn Buudty QDly.ftrr.v1of
,ii'litloniltralntltar (tmnton ttTOOpotftuoasrf only,
It-ppinn all tfttlon lu 'rtndfcl, trhTinf 4 7 U pn
ntl train lrrn Morirl-l Yard for LsvrboadiJt l(tfM'
dally, arriving at Cftrtxtuilal a t . M am.
Itates a cents per mile,
Lovroat ICatei to all Points Weil
4, C. nNDIrlSON
Nw York City,
J. C. WCLH,
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