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THff SCRANTON TRIBUNE- SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1902. . ' '
The News of
Delaware and Hudson 'Railroad.
Kovrmber 21. JC01. ,
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from Cndosla nt 0.00 p. m.
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onfnslon In tlio delivery of tlila papers
ilhor to the Ciirbondnlo brancli ot The
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rt & IlcynoldH, newsdealers. Some
.'onfnslon In delivery has beeli reported
lo this ofllee, anil to aid In clllclont ser
vice subseiibei'S arc urged to report at
onec any delinquency.
KICKED BY A HORSE.
Michael Carden, an Aged West Side
Resident in a Dangerous Condition.
Kicked in the Head and Breast.
Michael Curdcn, an aged resident ot
the West Side, was the victim of a pe
culiar accident last evening, which
may result fatally. ,
A horse owned by P. Boland has been
allowed 'to roam around on the section
of the hill near the owner's home, and
yesterday evening was browsing in the
garden 6t yiv, Carden. The aged gen
tleman had occasion to go out while
the horse wus there, and on account of
his weakened eye-sight failed to see
the unlmal. He walked against hlin,
and the horse, wheeling around quick
ly, kicked Jlr. Carden on the head and
again on the breast. Several neigh
bors heard ills cries of distress and
hastened to ills succor and he was' at
once taken home, where Dr. Gllles was
The injured man was unconscious for
a long period, and owing to his ad
vanced ago, Ills death from the In
juries is probable. The print of the
horses heels was left on his head and
AN ENJOYABLE AFFAIR.
Reception of the L. C. B. A. in the
The reception of the L. C. 1J. of A.
last night In the Burke building was
a success In every particular. The
committee in charge had made all the.
arrangements in a very elaborate way
ami the guests of the society last night
had a splendid evening. The hall had
been lavishly decorated for the oc
casion. The music for the dancing was
furnished by Prof. Firth and the Gra
ham sisters and the ' trio acquitted
themselves very creditably. The hall
was well crowed with friends of the
society who enjoyed the dancing until
a late hour. During the evening ;-e-freshmehts
were served by Mulhollaml
brothers In their satisfactory manner.
A number ot out of town per.ions were
present N lust evening. The event can
rightfully be termed one of the social
successes of the season.
A PHYSICIANS' UNION.
Doctors Organize and Adopt Uniform
The physicians and surgeons of Car
bondnle have organized a Physicians'
Protective union, similar to the mer
chants, for the purpose of the better
collection of their accounts. They havo
Better to Give Children Delicious
Food Than Candy.
Pome foods will cure dyspepsia and
other foods will cause it. The safest
way to get well is to use the food that
agrees with the stomach and permits
Knturo to go along in a thoroughly
A lady says: "I have at last found a
true way to get well and keep well, and
that Is by the use of Clrapo-Xuts lireak
Fur six years I suffered with inJi
gestlon and palpitation of the heart ro
thiit.'I.iouia,'not.6leep nights. I trtel n.
Krra'ifoimnjbillfteronl, kinds of inedlcluen
andjnlot of different kinds of cereals,
Injt ;njunq tf them helped me, and my
etiyjtcli seemed to got worse and worse,
I '.licaiijo very despondent and was
ali'rf loss UprJqipw, what tp do. One duy
Wu'd In! the- ouper that Grape-Nuts
Breakfast I'ooil would cure Indigestion
nnTjulld up the body. I wondered If
Itjrorihflned any medicine, but learned
tlujt;ft did not, but tlidt It was only a
ll)l3djirepared so that the stomaen
'.5htevnext time i went flown town i
bought two" packuees. This was on
Tuesday and It was all gone on Hatiir
duyiiror wo nil liked it so mucin, so I
BeKEffown and got threo more naclcncci
nnjfceroiri 'that time I have been ustntr
f3rJBP.t,Nuls steadily and my liullge'ilion
Sometimes when my Utile crl has
iieeiOUaylng' extra hard after supper
ehe will climb on my knas, put my
cheek, and whisper in my far, ".Mauuna
pleasctUe mo uoinetlilug good,' I sav
(KnowhiK "all the time) 'What Is riod,
dear?' Ehe nays, 'Orupo-Nuts with
cream on top,' nnd there is nothing,
candy or anything else, that she en
joys better, Jhau ths gyod, vhq'f EO)no
food. Hhe,'ents7lt for breakfast 'every
niorninsr find prefers Qrapo-Nuts pud
ding for dinner. At 'night sho has
Clrape-Nuts for her supper wth a soft
boiled r-.se, v and sho. thrluesuwoudar.
fully onflUfthKj brJSbd-r.N'unie
jrlvon ly ro'stuiSf Co Butrle-reoif,
nlso adopted n foe bill, which makes a
charge for nlllng out all death cert Id
cates, Insurance papers and tile like,
wherover there Ms u money considera
tion. There Is likewise n minimum fee
for oulco calls und for visits nnd treat
ment for patients In nearby places.
Among tho last items Is u fee of live
dollars for visits to the Carbondale poor
farm, This will eliminate the contest
that Is usually precipitated when tho
poor board trios to elect a doctor. Now
the charge will be uniform,
AT SCRANTON TODAY.
Crescents Play the Professional Team
This Afternoon Rooters to do
A large crowd will uccompany the
Crescent team lo Scrnnton today and
enthulasts feel great conlldenee In the
representative team of this city and
will go to the IClcetrlc city today ex
pecting to see the Hcrnntou team hustle
Tho following will hi) the batting order
of tho Crescents: Murray, third base;
Flaiinlghnn or llnrrh', light Held;
Mora n, first base; Cuff, left Held;
Knimett, center field; hoflus, catcher;
Ilarte, second base; McHnlc, short
stop: Smith, Fee or Moran, pitchers.
The fact that .Tack Fee the celebrated
old time cannon ball pitcher Is to go
hi the box today will arouse consider
able Interest in Scrnnton. If Carbon
dale pitchers are in trim a good game
will be witnessed as tho in and out
field will be well taken care of.
Tlie Crescnls will leave here on the
one o'clock train, over tho Delaware
& Hudson road and the crowd will go
on the same train. The new uniforms
of the team have not yet arrived but
are expected this morning.
THE GRIER CASE.
Discussed nt the Meeting of the Poor
Board Last Evening.
Poor board met last night, but out
side of ordering the payment of a
number of bills but little business wus
transacted. Kvery subject brought up
was dissected in every style, the meet
ing being in session until nearly 10
Mr. McMillan arose to the privilege
of the board early In tho meeting and
stated that lie had secured a position
ior Mrs. Jilackmorc in this city, but
she refused to leave the poor farm to
accept it. He had informed the stew
ard to take her in with him on the
next trip and leave her out on the
street, to do as she had a mind to. The
board approved his action and ap
peared to think that a mistake had
been made in sending Mrs. Dlackmore
to the poor farm.
The "Alderman" Grier case was
taken upind it was decided to leave
It on the table until more informa
tion was secured from Somerset, where
Grier is ;it present.
The bill of r from William Killen
for feeding Mrs. lliackmore while sho
was in jail, awaiting transportation to
the poor farm, caused considerable dis
cussion, wilich ended in the directors
ordering it to bo paid. The bond of
treasurer Thomas was received. Meet
ing then adjourned.
OLD FOLKES' CONCERT.
Programme That Will Delight Wed
nesday Night's Patrons.
The programme for the Old Folks'
concert, under the auspices of the
Methodist Episcopal church, In Watt's
hall on next Wednesday evening. Is as
Ye Pincers ill niiiuer lo llio.'io name.
"Anld Lang ta.uie,"
.Ml je men and wiinmen -.ingots
A worldly sens, "Uiandmotlu'i's Chair,"
Penelope Kouihiaou riimrc
Spolcn piece, "On c Wrong Ti.iln,"
Welcome Marigold Speakpiecc
Singing by two men voice-!, "Hope Ucyoml,"
Uoggs and Olde Grimes
Tune on jc Cornopean... Sil.n Goodwill Illnwhard
"initio lb inn of Hie llcpulille,"
Kiglit Men Singers
Woildly tune on jc riddle, l'.inla-ia,
Chorus "Vital Spiifc,"
All je Men and Wliiunin Singer.-,
Yi: SKCOSDK I'AKTi:.
All jo Men,and Wiinmen Siiuen
Snug Cou.-iii Jedidijli Kemp IJoggs
l'liiljnder M. lVnnj feather nnd nil ye Men Singers
Spoken l'Jue Wilionie Mirigold Spejkplcie
Song nnd Choins, "Jededl.tli's Visit,"
.leuiiia Jiinlnu Tncl, .mil nil yo Host and Wlnv
"Annie l.iurle" night Men Singeis
Uutldly Song, "I Cannot Sing the Old Songj,"
Penelope ll.nvllnson I'timrcwe
All jo Men and Wiinmen Singers
TAKEN WITH APPENDICITIS.
Son of Select Councilman Thomas
Barrett in Grave Condition.
Thomas Uarrett, jr., sou or Select
Councilman Thomas Harrott, of tho
First ward, was operated on yesterday
forenoon in Dr. Wheeler's hospital, af
ter an attack of appendicitis. Last
night liis condition was as favorable
as could bo expected. Ho Is not out
of danger, however, nnd what the re
sult may bo cannot be foretold for an
other twenty-four hours.
Tho young man was in a serious con
dition when taken to tho hospital,
When the Incision wns made tho ap
pendix wns found to bo fearfully dis
eased. His many friends anxiously
hope for his speedy recovery.
"Under Two Flags" Matinee Bill.
By request from numerous patrons
ot tho Grand, who missed the presenta
tion of "Under Two Flags," on Thurs
day nlKht, the Harry Jenkins com
pany will ropeut this stirring play at
the matlueo tills afternoon. Tho pro
duction Is meritorious nnd la up to the
standard of any of tills play heretofore
given at the CJrand.
Tonight the company concludes Its
engagement with the pleasing comedy,
"Way Down In Maine."
Stoddnrt in "Bonnie Biier Bush."
Manager Uyrne has In store for the
patrons of tho Ornnd tho best tieut In
years in "Tho Hotinlo Drier Hush,"
with J. II, Stodddrt, the veteran of the
American stuge as I.uchlan Campbell.
The play will bo presented cm Monday
evening, May fj, und will undoubtedly
bo given tho reception it deserves.
Mr. Parsons Will Preach.
II. A. Pursons, of Scrnnton, will
preach in the Congregational church,
both morning and evening tomorrow, as
Rev. T. F, May, the pastor, will supply
at Welsh Hill.
The Sunday services will bo ns fol
lows; 10.80 a, m., public worship and
sermon: 12 o'clock, Sunday school! 0.30
p. m., Y. P. S, C. K, meeting! 7.30 p.
m. tho usual service with sermon.
What Outsiders Say of Soma of Our
Cleorgo W. Hughes, of Carbondale,
made Forest City one ot his periodical
visits Monday, Mr. Hughes' hobby Is
Odd Fellowship, and ho Is one ot tho
best posted men on tho principles of
this excellent fraternity In this part of
the state. Ho has received thany hon
ors from tho members of the order in
his jurisdiction. Mr. Hughes assisted
In the recent installation In Clifford
lodge, and In tho social session gave it
very spirited talk. Forest City News.
I. Voldcinnr Holtenbeck, ot Carbon
dale, and Italph Williams, of Scran
ton, were tho guests of Adam Dleck at
the Shohawken houso Saturday nnd
Sunday. Mr. Hollonboek Is n skilled
performer on the piano, and Mr. Wil
liams, n noted soloist. Blnglng In one of
tho Scrnnton churches. Snturduy even
ing they entertained a party of Air.
Illeck's friends nt the hotel In a most
delightful manner. Hancock Herald.
, I.ouIm H. Abbott, son of Tlev. and
Mrs. 15. t. Abbott, ot Spring street,
who has been working nt Scrnnton for
some time, is now employed with the
Delaware, Lackawanna nnd Western
company's engineering corps at New
ark, N, .T., in elevating the tracks of
Hie Lackawanna company through tho
city of Newark.. It is one of the most
extensive pieces of engineering work
going on In the country and when com
pleted wfli have cost not less than $1,
000,000. Mr. Abbott is an export engi
neer, a graduate of Lehigh' college, and
has been engaged on many large con
tracts. He also spent somo time ns an
instructor in mechanics in a southern
college. He is a graduate of the Car
bondale High school, class of 1891.
ANENT THE Y. M. C. A.
Pertinent Communication from P. S.
Joslin About Project.
The following communication, apro
pos of tlie Young Men's Christian asso
ciation project in Carbondale, is sub
mitted by P. S. Joslin.
"Some days ago I read that tho Rail
road Young Men's Christian association
of Scrnnton had undertaken tho erec
tion or a new building for its use, and
have about $35,000 already pledged for
it. Tlie Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western Railway company, as I under
stand, has been a regular contributor
In support of the association for many
years, Tho account stated that the
Delaware and Hudson contributes $1,000
towards tho building and pledges $10
a month towards its support.
"Many years ago -Carbondale had a
Y. M. C. A. which struggled along for
a few years and then died for want
"I had a conversation with the super
intendent, C. It. Manvllle, asking him
if the Delaware and Hudson company
would help the association, if appealed
to. I urged the benefit it would be to
tho young men employes of tlie com
pany, if a place could be maintained
where they could spend a portion of
their leisure time with books, papers or
social amurements, and with congenial
companionship as was maintained In
Scrnnton. He said, in reply that n
portion of tlie funds of tho company
were the Investments of widows and
orphans, whose solo living was from
tho dividends on their investments, and
it would not be right to direct any por
tion of their income to any outside ob
ject! The company has evidently
changed its attitude in this matter
GONE TO TOLEDO.
Peter A. Coleman of This City Leaves
for-the City on the Lake.
Peter A. Coleman, of the West Side,
loft last night for Toledo, O., where he
seeks a wider field ns a member of
the Held force of tho Prudential In
Mr. Coleman is a native of Carbon
dale, and is widely known In this city.
He entered the insurance field in Wnt
crtown, N. Y two years ago, and has
since made a creditable record among
tho hustlers of the Prudential force.
For the past year he has been in Scrnn
ton, under Superintendent Schubert.
Tho city of Toledo, which is the most
progressive and aggressive cities on
tho lakes, offers a splendid field for In
surance workers, nnd Mr. Coleman Is
certain to make a record for himself
in the beautiful city on the lake. He
will be under Superintendent T. J.
Stewart, who has muny friends here,
having wedded one of Carbondale's
daughters, Miss Jennie O'Mnlley.
Mr. Colemnn's host of fi lends In Car
bondale wish him the brightest success
in his new Held.
WILL GO ABROAD.
Mr. and Mrs. Kimball Will Leave for
Europe in the Fall.
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Kimball are
homo from Athens, this state, where
they had a. pleasure visit ot a 'few
weeks. They will remain in Carbon
dale until tho middle of May, when
thoy will enter upon their usual sum
mer outing In tho woods of Maine, Mr,
Kimball's native state.
Mr, Kimball is planning for a trip
abroad. It will bo recalled that since
ho has given up tho activities and wor
ries of business life he has devoted
himself to satisfying his literary tastes.
With this puiposo In mind, he will go to
Germany in tlie autumn, whero he will
spend somo time, preferably In iicrllu,
whero ho will bo blessed with rare op
portunity of studying the masters of
German literature In their purity. Mrs.
Kimball will accompany him, and, dur
ing their stay abroad, thoy will tour
Europe at their leisure.
At Funeral in Clemo,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Flko and Miss
Mary Kerlns, of Ihooklyu street, at
tended tho funeral ot the late Jacob
Flke, tho father of Mr. File.
Mr. Fiko met a violent death, He
was returning to his homo nnd was
carrying a hoe and pitchfork, when tho
fast freight on tliu Krlo and Wyoming
i an lilm down, killing him Instantly,
Will Resume Work on Brewery,
Tho htiueturarirou.whlch delayed the
construction of the new brewery of Hie
Fell Drawing company, in Simpson, Iihb
arrived. Work, which has been sus
pended for several weeks, will bo 10
sumed and will bo hustled, as the day
has pissed on which It was expected
tho brewery would bo completed.
Will Preach to Odd Fellows.
On Sunday evening ull tlie branches
tit Odd Fellows In this city will attend
divine service In the Herean D.iptlst
church, and listen to an -uddri'ss by
Rev, Dr. II, J, Whnlen. Tho members
of Scrnnton canton, No. 4, and Clifford
lodge of Forest City, will visit this
body nnd Attend tho service In tt body
with the locat lodges,
NICHOLAS DKVINM, one of tho old
est residents of Carliondnle, pnssed
nwny early yesterday morning ut his
homo on Brooklyn street, at tho age of
Mr. Devliie was born In tlie county
of Sllgo, Ireland, and came to Carbon
dnlo In 1848, whero ho has slnco lived.
He lived a Christina life and well mer
ited the reward to Which ho passed.
Ills aged wlfo Is his only survivor.
Tlie funeral will take place Sunday
afternoon at II o'clock. Services will he
In St. Homo church, and burial will bo
lu St. ltoso cemetery,
THE ROONEY CASE.
Man Who Seeks Damages from City
Must Bo Examined Physically.
James Rooney.who lias a suit against
the city for damages, by reason of fall
ing through an alleged defectlvo side
walk, will have to submit to a physical
examination in order that tho extent
of his alleged injuries may be deter
mined. Tho order directing the examination
to bo made was obtained front court
this week by city Solicitor Stuart.
Tho suit is an old one; Instituted be
fore City Solicitor Stuart took olUce.
Tlie fuct that such an action had been
taltcn was not known to Mr. Stuart
until a few months ago, when ho no
ticed it on the common pleas trial list.
Then lie sought councils for the neces
sary means to collect evidence with
which to defend the suit. Tho trial will
probably take place at the next session
ot common pleas court..
THE OLD GRAVITY CARS.
They Aro Now Widely Scattered
Through the Country Districts.
Another of tho old summer gravity
coaches has been purchased by a Car
bondale resident for use In connection
with summer cottages. Fred G. Brown
is tho buyer. He will use It at the Elk
Lake farm this summer as a part of the
Brown's summer cottages. These cars
aro now widely scattered through the
country districts. Several are on the
way to Crystal lake. There is one at
the Gardner hotel near the Falls, and
two more are at the llussell dairy,
where they will bo quite available. The
others are nt Crystal lake and Lake
Chapman, where they have been fitted
up principally as kitchens for camping
One of the buyers of the old coaches,
John W. Altken, has still a few, the
use of which he has not decided upon.
OFF FOR THE WEST.
Carbondale Residents Leave Here to
Locate on the Coast.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Ileeder, of this
rlty, loft last night over the Erie for
Los Angeles, Ctl whore they intend
taking up their residence.
Miss Pauline Amnion, who hus been
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Antone Roemmchneycr, on Birkett
street, for some time, also left over the
Erie yesterday for tho AVest. She will
go to Great Falls, Montana where she
has lelativcs, and with whom sho will
make her home.
Mr. and Mis. Herder and Miss Am
nion havo many friends in Carliondnle
,whose well wishes go with them.
Magazine Publisher in Town.
John J. Niland, editor and publisher
of the Scranton Magazine, which is al
ways filled with bright, attractive arti
cles and illustrations, is stopping at the
Harrison house for a few days.
Mr. Niland has a host of friends in
Carbondale, who are always glad to
greet him. It might be mentioned that
Carbondale will bo well represented in
the coming issue of the Scranton Mag
azine. Former Mayor Home to Rest.
Hon, C. E. Itcttew, former mayor of
Carbondale, who has been in Pocahon
tas, W. Va., for some time, returned
to this city last evening. Mr. Rettew
has been ill lately, and has returned
home to recuperate.
A Cake Sale Today.
The members of Mrs. E. J. Bly's class
of the Baptist church will hold a cake
sale in tho Box building on Church
street today. Somo tempting sweet
meats will be on sale.
Meetings .of Sunday.
St. JoseiaVs Cadets.
Order of Hallway Conductors, No. KG,
St. Boniface society.
Meetings of Tonight.
Diamond lodge, Shield of Honor.
THE PASSING THRONG.
The D-ycar-old child of Mr. and Mrs,
Thomas Kllleen, of Brooklyn street, Is
,T, Norman fielder, of the Leader, lias
returned from a pleasant visit In New
York und Philadelphia.
Miss Lillian Coons, of Binghamton, is
visiting for n few days at tho homo
of Miss Lillian Coddlngton, on South
Michael Korh, formerly of tho Dela
ware and Hudson round-house, left to
day for Paterson, N. J., where ho lias
seemed a position,
Misses Vorna Oliver and Lena Utley
and Mesrs. Louis Ory and Curt Leo,
of this city, were to a party In Dun
duff, Thursduy ovening. All had a very
JEHMYN AND MAYF1ELP.
A team of horses belonging to Frank
Clark, tho Scrunton florist, ran nwny
on Fourth street yesterday afternoon,
whllo tho driver was momentarily ab
sent. In turning the corner nt Bacon
street, the wagon was overturned and
tho contents scattered. Tho horses es
caped uninjured, but the harness and
wagon had to ho repaired before tho
driver could resume his journey,
Tho Jerniyn Boys' brigndo aro tak
ing the Initiative this year In piepnr-
Sample mailed Fre9,
0i9 application gm nlief.
Tho continued use of Humphreys'
Witch Hazel Oil permanently cures
X'lles or Hemorrhoids External or In
ternal, Blind or Bleeding, Itching or
Burning, Fissures and Fistulas. Be
lief Immediate cum certain.
'Iliico tUei, 23e., Ilk: und I.UO. Sold by iliug.
cLtiJ VI' fell! ti,,-li.l,l fill li.,,l,i nf lirtpA lln.n.
Jplucjk' Medicine IU, I'oincr llll.ui) and Jolin
M... iu i I L
Ing (or tho Memorial Day exercises, It
Is the brlgado'u Intention to Invito tho
local veterans of tho civil war and the
Philippine veterans ,nnd ministers of
tho different denominations to toko
part tti -tho exercises which. win bo
held ns usual lu tho cemetery. Tho
boyB will have their uniforms and guns
and will mnko their first public ap
pearance on that occasion.
Mrs. Jane Thompson and Miss Ma
nilla Baker wore Carbondale visitors
Stephen Maynard, of Nantlcoke, a
former well-known Jerniyn resident, Is
hero visiting relatives. '
W. II. Turner will leav.o Monday to
accept a position in Buifalo, N. Y.
Thera Is on exhibition lu tho win
dow of tho ltushbrook drug store, a
catamount, which was shot by John
Little, ot Rushbrook street, a short
tlmo ago, near Cudosla, N. Y.
A child of Samuel Brokenslilro, of
II street, Is seriously ill, threatened
Patrick McChrone, ot New York, Is
visiting his mother after scvcrul years'
Miss M. Bradley, of Btirfalo, N. Y.,
Is visiting tho Rev. and Mrs. Maynard
It. Thompson, of Bacon street.
At the First Baptist church tomor
row morning, tlie pastor will preach
from the subject, "Christ Meeting
Temptations." In tho ovening, his
subject will ho "Why Believe lu Life
After Death V"
Mrs, John It. Jones, of Railroad
Street, will sing tomorrow evening at a
sacred concert to be given in tlie church
A full rehearsal of the Taylor Ora
torio society was held on Thursday
evening for their performance or Judas
Macealiees to given at the Calvary
Baptist church on Monday evening
next. The soloists and Bauer's full or
chestra were present and their work
was highly creditable. Miss O'Nell
soprano, of Wllkes-Barrc; Mrs. Leiioro
Thompson, contralto, of Scranton;
David T. Davis, tenor, Wllkes-Barre;
anil John T. Watktns, bass, are tho
artists who havo been engaged to sing
tho leading parts. Tho chorus of 7fi
voices has made great progiess under
training of their elllclent director, Tiof.
D. E. Jones.
The employes of tho Greenwood No.'s
1 nnd 2 mines of tho Delaware & Hud
son company received their semi
monthly pay yesterday. Today the
Lackawanna company will distribute
earning among tho employes for the
forepart of April.
Preaching tomorrow nt the Calvary
Baptist church will be hold at the
usual 'hours. Pastor Bev. Dr. Harris
ofllciatlng. Sunday school at 2 p. in.
Sabbath services tomorrow at tho M.
E. church will be held at the usual
hours. Pastor Bev. C. B. Henry who
has just returned from the Wyoming
conference, will ofliciatc. The mem
bers of tho church are pleased to have
their pastor with them another term.
Sabbath school will be held at 2.13.
Mrs. Joseph J. Curt, of Main street,
sailed yesterday for England to visit
her mother. During her visit Mrs. Curt
will attend the coronation.
Miss Lizzie Jones, of Slorrs street,
has returned from her visit with re
latives at Hobnken, N. J.
Electrician W. M. Bell, of New York,
a former townsman was a caller on
friends here the forepart or the week.
Fpeii.il to 'the Scranton Trilinno.
Thompson, April 2.",. Miss Vligle
Caylll has finished tlie term or school
at Unlondalc and is with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Cayill in the town
ship. Arthur Wcstgate, ot Forest City, has
been visiting his uncle, N. J. Monroe for
a few days returning last evening.
Mrs. J. P. Lyken is visiting her
daughters at Hallstead, this week.
Will Van Horn's house caught fire
from cause undiscovered, yesterday
morning but tho neighbors Interposed
vigorously in time and little damage
F. E. Engalls has ubout forty Belgian
hares In his hutches.
The house owned by Levi Patterson
on the west shore of Dunn's pond and
occupied by Frank Allen was burned
to tho ground' with all Its contents
Wednesday. Mrs. Alien was with her
mother In town nnd Mr. Allen was
at work in the field.
Miss Ada DeWItt, of Honesdale, Is
visiting her uncle and aunt Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Messenger on Main street.
Miss Jennie Clark, after a pleasant
visit with her relatives and friends
here at her old home, returned to her
homo ut Montdaie, this afternoon.
Bev. R. M. Pascoe, the newly ap
pointed pastor of the M. E. church will
not i each hero before the last of next
week. Bev. P. R, Tower will preach
for him here next Sabbath morning
and Bev. B. F. Larrabee will supply his
pulpit at Starrucca by raiuest.
Miss Lulu Vandermark, of Wlnwoocl, I
Our enormous buying facilities with ready cash, enables us to sell all sorts of foot
wear for less mouey thau auy house iu the city.
Men's Vcloor Calf, Box Calf, V.ci Kid, Patent Calf aud Patent Kid, hand-sewed
shoes, at $2, $2.50, $3, $3.0 aud S4. All wlths, all styles aud all makes.
MRS. IDA L ROSER,
Grand-Niece of Ex-President James
K. Polk Writes to Mrs. Pinkham.
Thankful for Health Eestored by Lydia K Pinkham'0
Did you over stop to vcallzo what keen satisfaction ono cxpfcrlences when
wo find that somo kind and helpful thing wo havo done for some ono clso hoi
been sincerely appreciated I At such times, how truly wo understand tho ex
pression " It is'moro blessed to glvo thai to receive."
Think, thcroforo, of tho plensuro and genuine satisfaction Mrs. Plnkliam
experiences when such letters cotno to her as tho ono from Mrs. Koscr which
we are herewith permitted to publish.
Think what It means lo her j It means first, that ono moro lovely woman
has been relieved from sickness and distress through her assistance ; it means
second, thnt this woman who Is cured Is so fjratef ul that sho wants other
women In tho lnnd lo know of It j and It means lastly that Mrs. Pinkhum's
claims for Ijytttu K. I'iiikhnm'a "Vegetable Compound aro fully buIi
etautlatod by testimony of such high character that every woman who rcadn
this jnust believe and hope.
To ho appreciated is a great pleasure, but to bring peace and happiness to
tho Buffering Is heavenly. Such is the mission of Mrs. Plnkhnm, and such a
letter ns tho following proves her success I
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MnS. IDA L. KOSER, 320 E, 18th Ave., Denver, Col.
Grand-niece of cx-Prcsidcnt James K. Polk, and Assistant Grand Secretary of
Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico Independent Order
of Good Templars.
"Dhak Mrs. Pjnkiiaji I havo hecn married for nearly two years,
and so far have not been blessed -with a child. I have, however, suf
fered willi a complication of female troubles and painful menstruation,
until very recently.
"Tho value of lij'tlia E. Pinldiam's Vegetable Compound was
called to my attention by an intimate friend, whose life had simply been
. a torLure with inflammation and ulceration, and a fe'w bottles of your
Compound cured her; she can hardly believe it herself today, sheen
joys' such blessed health. I took four bottles of your Compound and
consider myself cured. I am once more in fine health and spirits ; my
domestic arid ofiicial duties all seem easy now, for I feel so strong I cau
do threo times what I used to do. You havo a host of friends in Den
ver, and ampng tho best count, Yours very gratefully, jVIks. Ida L.
Eoseii, S20 ISth Ave., Denver, Col."
When a, medicine lias been successful in restoring to health.
bo many women whose testimony is so unquestionable, you cannot
well say, without trying it, "I do not believe it will help me." If
you arc ill, don't hesitate to get si bottle of Ijydin E. Pinliham's
Vegetable Compound ut once, and write Mrs. Pinldiaui, Ijynn,
Mass., for special advice it is free and always helpful.
BEWARD. Wo haro deposited with tlio National City Bank of Lynn, S5000,
which wlllbopald to any person who can find that the above tastlmonlal letter
la not gonuino, or was published before obtaining toe writer's special per
mission. Lydia IS. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mats.
Is vlsltlns Miss Mabel Monroe this
Kev. A. D. David who lias boon pas
tor of the M. H. church hero for the
past five years was appointed to tho
Lehman charge at the recent confer
ence. He will preach his first sermon
there next Sabbath.
Dr. 13. T. Whenton, of P.ictoryvllle,
who has been visltlnff relatives nt
Jackson for the past week, Is now In
town, culling on his many friends not
forfjettlng those at nest cottage.
Miss Bessie "Walker, of Hlngliamton,
is assisting her aunt Mrs, A. T. Foster
In her millinery store, this season.
Our street commissioner, K. A. Mead,
Is repairing our streets tills week'.
Spu!. 1 to the Suniitun Tribune.
New Mllford. April 2.". SimcrlnlPiid
ent Moxley, of liullsteud, was lu town
Friday and nave examinations to tho
tenth and eleventh guides in tho High
Tlio Columbia Hose company save its
tt'&AW&'ttfki?, IV i .
Shoe Store, 307 Lackawanna Avenue,
first annual ball at tho opera house on
Friday evening. Supper was served at
tho Jay houso.
The graduating exercises of the New
Mllford graded school will bo conducted
at the opera house, May S.
Tho annual meeting of tho alumni of
the New Mllford graded school wll bo
held on tho ovening of May 9. "ltev..J.
S. Fagau, of St. John's church',. iiid
Ilev. J. D. Mallery, of the Baptist
church, will be tho principal sneakers.
There will be charades and music, arid
supper will bo served at the Jay' house.
D. "W. linger is in Scrnntonon busi
ness today. j-
Berry Howard Acquitted.
By Exclusive Wire from The Associated Trcsi.
l'ranktoit, Ky -piil 23. Tlio jmy In Hie i.ii
of llciry llrtwuul, on tif.il ns tli .'illcmil prlmi
p.il in 1 1 it? Ontliel a-.j.i-sm.itioii, lod.iv brought ii
a vcidict ot not euilly.
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To Cure Grip In Two Days.
Laxative Bromo-Quinlne removes tho'
cause, li. "W. Grove's signature on every
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The newest styles in Box Calf, Velour Calf,
Vici Kid and Patent Calf, light and heavy exten
sion soles, at $2, 2.50, $3 and $3.50.
Ladies Vici Kid. Patent Leather and Fine Kid
Shoes, button and lace, all widths B to h at
$3, 2.50, $3 and $3.50.
Ladies' Oxfords at $1, $1,25, $1.50, $2, 2,50
i.auiss- uongoia miuonanct i.ace inoes, worth,
$1,50, at 95c Misses' Shoes at 75c to $1,50.
Children's Shoes; all prices.' Boys' Shoes, 95c.
Youths' Shoes, 95c. Men's $1.50 shoes at 95c.
We invite vou to call and examine our goods
before buying elsewhere, Remember, there is
no trouble to show you goods and you will sure
ly save money by it,
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