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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, JUNE 9, 1902.
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Try the change and ''cut out" meat for breakfast.
Our word for it, you will feel ''Fit as a Lord" in a week's time
by breakfasting on Grape-Nuts and cream, a little fruit and
perhaps one or two soft eggs.
If you ever try this experiment, you will always bless the day
of high beef that waked you up.
There's a reason why Grape-Nuts furnishes power to the body
and brain. The food contains selected parts of the field grains that
fnrnish phosphate of potash in a natural state that can be as
similated by the human body ; this joins with the albumen of food
and forms the soft filling of the brain and nerve centers.
Feed skillfully and you can "do things."
The greatest brain workers in America eat Grape-Nuts.
Ask one or two, they'll tell you.
You meat eaters who are ailing in any sort of way might
take a valuable hint from the following statement of Chief Chemist
Wiley, of the Agricultural Department, in the Daily Press from
which we give the following extracts:
"There is no doubt of the fact that meat-eating: is not essential to human life, and that
men can be well nourished without resorting1 to a flesh diet.
V "I think the statement may be accepted without question that, as a rule, we eat too
much, not only of meat, but of all forms of food. The question of limiting-the diet is based
primarily not on the principle of economy, but on the requirements of hygiene.
"At the early breakfasts which Americans are wont to indulge in, that is, a hearty
meal before going to their daily work, the omission of meat is to be earnestly advised.
"It is well known that men who arc nourished very extensively on certain cereals arc
capable of the hardest and most enduring labor. Meats are quickly digested, furnish an
abundance of energy soon after consumption, but arc not retained in the digestive organ -ism
long enough to sustain permanent muscular exertion."
You will feel the energy of Grape-Nuts longer than any meal
Remember Grape-Nuts food costs about one cent per meal for
each person and all grocers sell it.
Made at pure food factories of Postum Cereal Co., Ltd.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
THE CAT WAS
A BED KOCK FELINE NO LONGER
ATTENDS FAMILY WOK SHIP.
They Hit Timothy Hard The Police
Coop Bad Burglars The Day of
the Dead Pioccedings in. the Sus
quehanna Couits Han led at
Bingham ton A Pew Shoit Stops.
The Biual Telephone.
Ipcclal to the Scianton Tribune,
Susquehanna, Juno C The throe
membeis of u household at lied Hook
aie the used piupiiotor, his housekeep
er and the funilly tut. Fiayois ate the
rule each evening and the cat fell Into
the liablt of icgultir and punctual at
tendance. No other cues Hint pio
crblally ciovvd u cat's, life weie ever
allow eil to Interfeie with this lellglous
duty. At the signal for piuyeis the
r.i wntilrl ovnn lonvn fi ii-mitt.,, Itfitp
caught, or give u doomed bhd a longer
luuru Ul Jill, iiliu uuLUluuatj l WIUJIUSU
heiself In the lap of the housekeeper,
.vlth an air of attention to the set vice
that was highly edifying. At the Until
"amen," sho went bilsKiy nhout hur
But In an evil day thcie came n Kit
ten that wns deemed supeilluoiiH, and
the seijteneo of death was pronoumed
upon lH The head of tlio family uii
deiiook the o.eeutlon of the neiitcncc,
and, unknown to him, the old cut was
a witness of tho scene.
From that duy the cat j of used to at
tend tho prayer hoiviee, and cannot
lie Induced to listen to tho piayots of
ono who had so shocked her benslblll
tlcs. She faithfully perfoims nil other
duties as bofoiu, and socially pui isfor
the family on all becular occasions,
but ilgldly draws tho lino at family
THEY HIT TIMOTHY HAItD,
In tho wind-up of a series of boxing
bouts, under the auspices of the Mor
gan Athletic club, Chicago, on Satur
day night, "Diamond Dick," the stock
j aids heavyweight, stopped Tim Hur
ley, of Susquehanna, m four rounds,
Hurley lefu&liig to come up In tho ilfth,
Jt Is fcaied, In local bportlng tlicles.
that the Poikupolls pugs aio hitting
ETimothy when ho Isn't looking.
FLOTSAM AND JHTSAM.
Calvin W, Deaklu, of Susquehanna,
mid L. D, Hull, of Lake View, have
purchased 150 acres of timber land In
Olbson township, for which they will
tut tho timber ut once.
Miss Pauline narrett, of tlil3 place,
baB accepted a position us teacher of
ilio elocutionary department of thn
luinnicr school of "Susquehanna unl-
Outs, Bruises and Burns Quickly
Chumbei Iain's Pain Balm la an anil
leptlo liniment, and when applied to
tuts, bruises and burns, causes them to
teal without maturation and much
Sore quickly than by the usual treut
ent. For sale by All Druggists,
veislly," Sellnsgrove, Pa. Miss Bar
rett also has the princlpalship of that
department for the following year.
The second district Sunday school
convention w 111 be held at Dundaff,
William J. Murphy, a native of Sus
quehanna, and a ioimer general super
intendent of the Kile i.illro.id, and now
general manager of the Queen and
Crescent lines, was a few days slnto
stricken with paialysis, while attending
a l.ithoad meeting at tho Gait House
in Louisville, Ky.
JL'ST BETWEEN US.
"In the cae of my unfortunate client,
gentlemen," said the eloquent attorney
for the defense, In a Susquehanna min
der case, "It Is for you to draw the line
between muideious rage and emotional
Insanity." And the juiy rendcied a
ordlct that they thought the safest
place to draw It was between the head
A Susquehanna l.indlotd, whose home
had been occupied all winter by a wid
ow who failed to pay the rent, inter
viewed her ono day leeently, and of
feied to donate her all past due rents
provided she would move out. She
thanked the doctor for his kindly offer,
and said she had got acquainted thcie
now and piefened to stay where she
was. She still holds tho loit.
"About what time, and wheie did tho
knights originate and flout IbhV" usked
Can you find the
and his son?
Solutions for Last
Monday, Juno 2-Goat over dog's flank;
dog under scat's foicleg; bear beneath
Tuesday, June 3-One In lower end of
music; ono In tho Mowers.
Wednesday, Juno 4-Ono to light of boy;
ono over officer's shoulder.
u Suquehann,i teccher. And tho smait
bad boy -.ilcl he leckoned In the daik
ages. And for the fiftieth time that
week tho poor, patient teacher wished
he could go out and die.
A Lanesboro man has named his net
hog Maude, because she "comes IntoY
ine gaicien so oiten.
COOPED BAD BURGLARS.
Chief-of-Pollee Thomas J. McMnhon
and Ofllcer Job Palmer on Wednesday
ut tested In this place James Johns and
Chailes Blinn, who burglarized the
store of Geoige II. L. union, at Momoe
ton, Giiulftnd county. Pa., and who es
caped from the officers, while being tak
en to the county jail at Towanda. The
men weie eating dinner at the home of
a lelathe when anested. They weie
token to Monliose jail, from whence
they will be taken to th Towanda Jail,
IN SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY.
ltev. J, D. Jenkins, of Uniondale, of
the class of '77, Princeton college, has
been appointed poet laureate ol his
class, to wilto tho ode and attend the
commentement exeiciscs as their guest.
Le Boy C.tipenter, of Lake View, has
gi actuated fiom the Pennsylvania state
college, Centto county, at the head of
his class. He has taken a good posi
tion at Pittsbuig.
Tho Grangeis of the county had their
quurtcily meeting at Gibson on Wed
nesday and Thutsdiiy.
The tegular quaiterly meeting of the
owner of the dog,
Thin f day, Juno 5 Brother in float of
boy's f.ue, bister under mule'B bridle.
Friday, Juno C Calf nt tow's foreleg;
goat to right of girl; pigeon at boy's leg
Bins. fiu tin day, Juno 7 Ono to tho light of
Tiyon; one next tu soldier's leggin
Susquehanna county Fraternal Alii
nnco and Industrial union was held nt
North Brldgewntcr, on Tuesday.
The annual convention of the Sus
quehanna County Chilstlnti Endeavor
union wilt be held In Oakland, June 17
18, The afternoon of the 18lh will bo
given up to the convention of the Jef
feison Branch union. The principal ud
dress In the evening will be given by
llev. Dr. Phillips, of Blnghnmton. Alt
effoit will be ninde at tho convention
to merge the Jefferson Branch nnd
Western Branch union Into the County
union, nnd hereafter have only ono
convention during the year,
THE DAY OF THE DEAD.
A ball game whb n prominent fenture
of the Memorial day programme. Ex
Yo liavo so ninny days
Tor sport and revelry and mirth,
Piom llsn to net of sun;
Leave us wo plead by valor's woitlt
Leave us this one!
By nil the lights yts hold
Under the ting they fought to keep,
Thntvavcs nbovo their clay
By all the blcsMngs je am left to leap,
Honor this day!
Lonvo ono dav to our dead
Dead, but altvn for ovninoic
Who hentd the wolds, "Well done!"
Llfo has so many days our lips Implore,
y Lcuvo our dead one!
Tho trouble with luxuries is that they
become necessities It given half a
chance nt a fellow.
You must train a gill when she Is
young, when sho glows up she will look
out for her own train.
An aged watchmaker died in Blng
hamtont one of the papers of the city
alluded 'to him as "An Old Timer Gone."
When a woman steps out on the back
porch with her arms rolled up In her
apron it is a sign to her neighbor that
she has something to tell her.
The weather fair Is,
And warm tho air Is.
And the orfole in the gulden sings;
And hearts nre lighter,
And life Is brighter
For houscclcanlng's over ngnln, by Jlngs,
SA WED-OFF SUNDRIES.
Ht. Rev. Bishop M. J. Hoban, of
Scranton, will confirm n large class in
St. John's Catholic church Jan. 15.
Carbondale and Susquehanna will
play ball in Susquehanna on Snturday.
In Susquehanna on Wednesday the
Susquehanna club defeated the Blng
hamton Stars, !) to 5.
Beit Tobey, of Binghamton, and Miss
Jessie Mabel Keene, of Oakley, were
united in maniage at Binghamton on
Wednesday, Rev. XV. M. Bouton, of
William J. Condon, of Susquehanna,
on Thursday evening lecehed the de
Kiee of doctor of medicine, at the com
mencement exercises of tho New York
university In tho Metropolitan opera
house, New York city.
In company with a paity of Washing
ton ladlps, Miss Florence, daughter of
Congressman ('. Fied Wright, of this
place, sailed from New York on AVed
nesday, for a thtee months' European
JUST A POSTSCRIPT.,
Many a woman becomes come man's
better half mciely for a change of
Hancock claims to have been a centie
of civilization and culture before the
first mule sang his morning lullaby In
The oung man with the sand wins
the ghl with the locks.
Much of "the talk of the day" among
young men Is about what they will do
Once moie wo aio on the thieshold of
the season when n single step in the
hall nt 10 ji, m. can lighten the bin den
of at least one chair In tho homo as
nothing else can do.
A woman may be "too good for this
world," but sho cannot be too good or
The annual commencement exercises
or the Oakland High school w ill be held
this evening, In the Oakland t'ongie
gntlonnl church. Rev. Dr. Lliiioln
Hitlley, of Bucknell unheir.ity, will clp
ller a lecture. Subject, "Eugene Field
In tluNsiisquehnnnn Baptist chinch,
on Wednedrfi''ovoiilng, under the aus
pices of tho Women's Chiistinn Tem
perance union, Rev. Dr. Whalen, of
Caibondale, delheied an able and in
stinctive lectin o. Subject, "Labor's
The commencement exercises of the
Sif-qiKhaima High school will be held
In Horan opeia house, June 19.
Mis. Geoige Guy, of the Oakland
side, died on Wcdnesdnj evening, after
u hi let Illness.
Tho f uncial of Mis. Einmn Blanch
aid, of Washington street, took place
on Thin. sdny morning. Inteiment was
at Haipersville, N. Y.
THE RURAL TELEPHONE.
Ruial telephones aro being stiung
tluoughout Susquehanna county, to tho
gieat joy and help of the farmeis. Tho
value of the telephone to the farmer,
aside from plnclne whole sections in
closer social toueh than they have ever
been befoie, lies In the fact that ho can
Keep himself acquainted with the mar
kets of the s'ui rounding towns, He can
practically sell his stuff by who befoie
hauling. He knows Just what the prices
aio befoie jtolng to town. Ho can
choose his towns as ho can choose his
put chasers. He can keep himself In
formed In regaid to tho shipments of
his neighbors. Fntmeis on the line can
combine for mutual protection. They
need not glut the mniket and bear
prices, as they were wont to do when
Ignorant of each other's movements.
They have It within their reach at lost
to keep themselves "posted," ns well as
the town shipper or tho city buyer. Tho
rural telephone Is one of the Rrent In
stitutions of the age, Whitney.
Sicclal to (he Sironton Tribune.
Tuukhannock, June 9. SIlss Maine De
Witt, of Dcner, Col., patsed thiough this
plaro en louto for Shupp Hill, wheie sho
will visit her sister, Mis, Edward Shupp.
Tho Catholic society hold on Ico tiea.n
festival on their lawn in fiont of tho
church on Friday evening. About ?30 was
A legular meeting of the boaid of Undo
was held on PiliKiy evening, Tho boaid
have several propositions fiom manufau
tuieis who aio willing to locate here pio
lded proper encoiiiageiiiint and nsslbt
ouco is extended lo them. Committees
weie appointed to Investigate thesa mat
teiH nnd Intel et-t the business people of
the town In an ofToit to secuio these now
Mrs. Allien t Lee nnd Miss ElUabeth
Roble spent Sunday with Mr, and Mis.
Sumuel Uohlo at Eatoinlllo.
Insulation of ofliceis of the local lodge
of Ilebeltnh took place on Friday evening
at tho Odd rellows' hall.
Jesse Slclcler and Miss Out fitaik, the
law students who weie OMimtlird fills
week for admission to the bar, passed a
ciedltnble examination nnd roeeled their
ccrllllcates from tho boaid on Saturday.
A regular meeting of J, W. Renolds
Women's Relief corps will bo held on
Tuesday evening, June 9, at 7 o'clock.
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
4 Lines 10 Cents
Afore Thin Four Lines, 3 Cents for Esch Extra Lint.
FOR RENT Five unfurnished rooms,
second floor, 440 Qttlncy avenue.
HOUSES FOR RENT In nil poi lions of
tho city, farms for salo or exchange
for cltv pi opci ty, lots Tor salo Jn all
pints of tlio city, nny kind of leal estate
deals mado tliiotmh J. C. KuilUch, SIT
FOR RENT A slwoom lake cottngo at
Lalco Sheitdan, near Fiictotyvllle,
ncatlv furnished, with a fishing bout and
pier, for the season or by tho mouth, com
mencing now, ovetythlng in the cottngo
up-to-dato and clean and In ilrst-class
condition, only good patrons need apply
ns 1 will not rent to anybody else. Sco J.
C, Zinilleli, r17 Lncknwitnna avenue.
IF You have anv piopeity to lent and
can't lent them call nnd see J. C. Zur
fllch, 517 Lackawanna avenue.
FOR RENT-Houso In Dnlton; nicely lo
cated; shoit distance fiom station; hot
nnd cold wnter nnd bath. .Address W. B.
Hlnde, Dnlton, Pn.
BARN FOR RENT-J12, Apill 1st, three
box and three single stalls and wash
inck, lrar of 3J4 Madison avenue. In
'inlio nt cat Madison avenue.
Furnished Booms for Bent.
rOR RENT-AiTiooTooms' wflh a.
prlvato bath at 408 Adams avenue.
FOR RKNT-One furnished loom, with
Improvements; also one on tnhd floor,
cheap. K!7 Adams avenue.
FURNISHED ROOMS for lent, niodarn
Improvements; pilvate family; gen
tlemen piofetred, at 67 Adams avenue.
FOR RENT Fin nlshed room; heat and
bath. tCj landen slieet.
FURNISHED ROOMS TOR RENT, with
heat, gas nnd bath, gentlemen pio
fcued, at 039 Adams avenue.
MILLS FOR SALE-Thc Unlondnle Flour
and Feed Mill, also Planing Mill and
Lumber YHrd, owned bv the Into S. S.
lliilibaid. Tho feed mill Is a largo tluco
story building, with good bin capacity,
thoroughly equipped with new, up-to-date
machinery, capable of doing nil kinds of
custom Blinding. For p.irticiilnis, Inquire
of or addiess O. W. Sumner, guaicllnn,
Unlondnle, Pa , on or befoie June $1, 190J.
PIANO FOR SALE-A chanco seldom of
foied; pnity must sneillico this week,
lpgaidles of cost, elegant uptight piano
used less thin live months. Call 3JI
TOR SAt,E-IIand pipe doublcrs.
Ramfotd Bios, Paterson, N. J.
For Sal e or Bent.
FOR SALU OR RV3NT A 10 loom single
house; all impiovements; latgo lot.
Incpilic 1113 Capouse avenue.
FOR SATiE T.ot, comer Mulbciiy and
Wheeler avenue, S090; llnest location
on the hill For tcims address S. Kline,
Pialnfield. N. J.
THIS IS the time to buy a lot or a piop
eity, as they aie cheap and 1 have
them to sell at anv old pi Ice. Call nnd see
me If you have the cash and If ou have
none Us all the munc I can sell j on Call
and see J. C. Ziullleli, 517 Lackawanna
TOR SAT.U Elegant sites for homes In
upper Gicen Uldgo; choice neighbor
hood; mo.t desirable locality for home
in Lackawanna county. J. A. MaivhiD,
17.'6 S.indoison nveliue.
SUOtTK AND WHEAT TRADERS with
out delay. Wiito for om special mar
ket letter. Fico on application. S M.
lllbbnitl & Co, membeis Is'. Y. Consoli
dated and Stock Tlc!iangc) 44 and 10
RlOcidw.iy, New Yoilc. INt lbllshed 1501.
Long Distance 'Phone 2!SS Bioad.
Honey to Loan.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN
Quick, f-tinight lonns or nulldlng and
Loan. At fiom I to 0 per cent. Cnll on
N. V. Wnlkoi, :tl4-3ir. Council building.
HEDUCED BATES TO DENVEB,
COLOEAEO SPRINGS, AND PUE
BLO. Via Pennsylvania Railroad, Account
Tiionninl Convention, Internation
al Sunday-school Association.
On nccouut of the Tilennlnl conven
tion of the Intel national Sunday school
association, to be held at Denver, Col.,
June 2fi to July 2, the Pennsylvania
ralhoad company will sell exclusion
tickets to Denver, Colorado Spilngs, or
Pueblo, Col,, fiom all stations on its
lines, at late of single fine for the
lound tilp. Tickets will be sold and
good going on June 21 to 2:), and will
be good to return leaving Denver, Col
oi ado Spilngs, or Pueblo not later than
August 31. Tickets must bo validated
for i etui n passage by Joint agent at
any of the above-mentioned points, for
which service a fee of 25 cents will bo
For specific laics and conditions, ap
ply to ticket agents,
Pennsylvania Railroad Reduced
Bates to Minneapolis, Account Na
tional Education Association's An
On account of tho National Education
association's annual meeting:, at Min
neapolis, Minn., July 7 to 11, tho Penn
sylvania i.ilhoad company will sell ex
cursion tickets fiom all stations on Us
lines July I to C, good to iiiturn not
enrHer than July S, and not later than
July II. at rate of single into for the
round trip, plus $'.',00. These tickets
will be good for return passage only
when executed by joint agent nt Min
neapolis and payment of 25 cents made
for this service. By depositing ticket
with joint agent not eat Her than July
S nor later than July U, and puymont
of 30 cents nt time of deposit, tin exten
sion of leturn limit may be obtained to
leave Mlnnoapiflis not later thun Sep
For speclfio rates and conditions, ap
ply to ticket agents.
National Delegation Association,
Minneapolis, Minn., July 7th-llth.
For tho nbovo occasion the Lucka
wunnn Ralhoad will sell special ex
cursion tickets to Minneapolis, good
going July 4th, Oth. and 6th, at $J0.50
for lound tilp, nnd to ho available for
letum passage lealng Minneapolis not
eailler than July Sth, or later than July
14th, except by depositing tickets with
Joint Agent at .Minneapolis not luter
thun July llth, and upon payment of a
fee of 60 cents at the time of deposit,
nu extension of the limit of lenUng
Minneapolis to and Including Sept. 1.
Delegates will please bear In mind
the fact that by leaving Scranton on
Branoft WANT Offices.
Want Advertisements Will Be
Beceived at Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
ALni:ilT saittr.TZ. corner Mulberry
treet nnd .WciHter ivrmic.
CUSTAV I'ICIlt:!,, 030 Adams avenue.
(JLOncii: W. JENKINS, 101 South Main
KltED h. TEltt'Pi:, 720 Cedar avenue.
GEO. W. rev VIS, corner North Main
avenue and Market street.
CIIAIUKS r. JONES, 1537 Wcicson
J. JOHNS, 0-21) firccn !U1ire street.
O. LOflEN!', corner Wellington ave-
avenue and Mirlon street.
w'. ft. K.NLPI'Er,, 1017 Irving avenue.
J. 0. DONE fc SON.
Help Wanted Malo.
WANTKD Trustworthy poison In each
county 10 maiingo ousincs, oicl estab
lished houso, solid flninciul standing;
stialght bona flclo weekly ensh saint y Jis
paid by check each Wednesday, with all
expenses direct fiom hcadnunrteis; monov
advanced for expenses. Manager, 37!l
Caxton building, Chicago.
'LECTRICIANS-Two or thtee flist-class
Inside wiiemen can secttro petmancnt
k at good wages by appljlng imtne
du iv. Only competent woikmcn want
ed, "lhepherd & Rust. 42 West Muikot
stteo. Wilkes-Barie, Pa.
WANTnD Three young men not over
thhay (30) eata of ngo for gencial
woik nbout stole: prefer epeilented
help. Good piospects for light men.
Write us letter with leferenees and call
three days later. C. S. AVoolwoith, 31D
Help Wanted Female.
CUSTOM SHIRT OPERATORS wanted at
once. Rooms 41 and 4G Bmr building.
II. W. Sykes & Co.
WANTED School toacheis as agents
duiing vacation. Big commission.
Columbia Book Co , Philadelphia, Pa.
SITUATION WANTBD A competent
legisteied cliuggif-t desires position, or
will mipplv. Address J. E. Stuart, 21') E.
Noithampton stieet, Wilkcs-Bane, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED-By a oung gill
at any kind of woik to go out of town.
Addiess, Maty O'Haia, 401 Theodme St.
MARRIED couple will take good caio of
house, for putty going away for tho
hummer for the use of tluee or four
looms Best lefeienccs. Address G. M.
II.. Tifbuno office.
Wanted To Bent.
WANTED ROOMS-ror two adults, thlpa
or four looms, fin nished or unfurnish
ed for vciy light housekeeping, flrs.1 floor
piofcired. Addiess 31. B, Tilbune office.
WANTED Furnished houso of four or
five looms for housekeeping. Address
A. G. E., Tribune office.
Board and Booms.
FURNISHED ROOMS for lent; also tran
sient or peimanent boaideis wanted,
low l.Ues, ,"il7 Lackawanna avenue. Call
and see J. C. Zuiuich.
BOARDKRS Doublo paiiois, two large
front looms; other nice rooms; all
model n conveniences; table board. 203
VERY DESIRABLE suite of rooms with
fhst class table board, can bo obtained
at 3JJ Jcffeison avenue.
Lost Strayed Stolen.
STRAYED fiom the premises of IIJ Mndt-
son avenue, a white foxteiilcr pup,
with brass chain aiound lcck. Libcial
LOST A bunch of kevs Finder please
return to S'ti Hanlson avenue.
LOST A stun of money In D. i: II. Co.
envelope. Llbeial icvvuid It returned
to Ttlbuno of lice.
LOST A ladles' gold watch; a liberal
lowHid will bo given If leturnod to
RHEUMATISM-AU pal tics that wish
can bo speedily and peimanently cured
of all varieties of Rheumatism by a vego
tulilo compound; ciues guaranteed. In
ouliu or nddicds J. E. Taylor, Scranton,
the Lackawanna Ralhoad, only one
change of cars, Chicago, Is necessary,
A popular tlmo Is leaving Scranton at
6:50 p. m nrtlving Minneapolis 7:45 the
Low Bate of Pare to Denver, Colo
rado. On account of the Sunday School In
ternational association triennial con
tention to bo held at Denver, Col,, Juno
28 to July 2, special louud-trlp first
class tickets may bu purchased of the
Lackawanna inilioad ticket oflico at
one-way faro for the round tilp, $45.25,
Tickets will bo sold and good going
Juno 21, 21 nnd 23.
On the return tilp, tho puymeut of 25
cents to tho joint agent, same will bo
validated for leturn passage to August
Special to the Scranton Trlhune.
Pittnton, Juno S. Mis. Andy Cawloy
was found dead in bed at her homo In
Exeter boiough this inoiiilug. Death was
vciy Midden and unexpected. Although u
woman well advanced In eais. Mis. C.iw
ley had not been hi 111 health mid was
about ycsteiday us usual, Sho lived with
her sou, James Caw ley, on Mnln street,
and It was not until membeis of tho fam
ily went to call her this nioiiilng that It
wus learned what had oecuued timing
the night. Deceased was among the oili
est tesldeuts of the boiough and her fam
ily was well known in this vicinity. iWv
husband died sovcial e.us ago. Bovcial
sous ami ditughteis, all mauled, suivive.
The West littston bnio bull team was
at Woomsfjiug ycsteiday and succeeded
In defeating the Noimul school team by
a gcoru of 1S-1.'. It was tho snappiest
game seen at Hloom,huig this season.
Robcit Johnson, of Wyoming, wan held
under Jl,0ii0 ball ycsteiday by Alderman
Baiictt. of this city, to answer tho chugo
of ci nelly und non-suppuit picfcircd by
3 Insertions 25 Cents
Mori Thn Four Lines, o Cents lor Bich Bttri LI ne.
CLHRICS NOTICE IN BANKRUPT C
In the DlRtilet Court of tho United
States for tho Middle District of Penn
sylvania, F. E. numcr. of Chinchilla,
laiclmwanmi county, Pennsylvania, n,
bankrupt tinder tho Act of Congress ot
July 1, 1SDS, having applied for a full dls
clmtgo from nil debts provable against his
estato under said Act, notlco is heioby
given to all known creditors nnd other
persons In Intel est, to appear before tha
wild court at Scriinton, in snhl district, on
tlio 2ilth day of June, at 10 o'clock In th
foicnoon, to show cause. If nnv thov have,
why tho prayer of the , said petitioner
should not be giauted. -,
EDWARD R. W. SEAltLE, Clerk.
IN RE: Insolvency of Vlto Sllco. In tho
Court of Common Pleas ot ljicka
waniia county, No. Mil, Beptcmher Tot in,
190J. To all ct editors of Vlto Slleo.
Notlco Is hcicby given that on tho ltith
dny of June, A. I). ilHiJ, at ! o'clock a. m
In open couit, hearing will bo hold on tho
petition ot Vlto Sllco for his dlsuhnige us
DANIELS S- HUNNRLL.
Attorneys for Petitioners.
STOCKHOLDERS' NOTICU.-Tho annual
meeting of the stockholders of the In
ternational Textbook Company will bo
held nt the general' offices of tho Com
pany, 4J4 Wyoming avenue, Scinnton, Pa.,
on Mondny, .Tunn 23, 1902, at 2 o'clock p
in., for the election ot directors nnd th
tinnsactlon of such other business as muy"
properly come befoie the meeting.
STANLEY P. ALLEN, Secretary.
Scranton, Pn., Juno 5, 1002.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of an In
tended application to tho Auditor Gen
cial nnd tho Governor of Pennsylvania,
August r., I90J, for a chni ter for a bank
ing company to bo cnlled "Tho South Sldn
Bank." or Scranton, Pa., to be located
In tho southerly part of the city of Scran
ton, Pennsylvania. The specific object for
which It Is to tic rhaiteied is to oncicIsci
bunking pilvileges under tho provisions of
tho Act entitled "An Act for the Incor
poiation and legulation of banks of dls
count and deposit," approved May 1J. 1871..
Tho capital stock to be fifty thousand dol
lais. WELLES & TORRE Y, Sollcltois.
NOTICE Sealed proposals will be re
ceived by tho County of Lackawanna
for repalis.to a twenty-foot span stono
nich brldgcr in Ncith Ablngton township
near tho houso ot Jcie. B. Knight, until
12 o'clock noon on Saturday. Juno 14, 100.'.
All bids for bridges advcitlsed must bo
lelt at the otlice ot the County Controller
In the Couit House, Sciauton, Pa., not
later than 1J o'clock noon Saturday, June
Plans and specifications can bo seen at
the County Commissioner office.
E. A. JONES,
Attest: JOHN MORRIS,
Deputy Conti oiler.
NOTICE Proposals will ho received by
the County Commissioners of Lacka
wanna county for the election of the fol
lowing described stone aiches, steel truss,
and steel ghdei, concicto Homed bridges,
to wit: Ono steel tiuss biidge (85-foot
span) over Tunkhannock creek between
boiough of LaPlume and township of
One steel truss (73-foot span) biidge
over Spring Biook In boiough of Mooslc.
Two steel girdei concrete Hooted bridges
In Waverly boiough. c
One concrete and metal, aich bridge
over stream near postofflce In the boiough
Ono stone arch brldgo over Fall Brook
in Fell township.
Ono stono arch biidge in Qieenfleld
township over outlet of Newton lake on
the road leading from Carbondale to Cllt
Ono stono arch bridge over Summit lake
cieek fn South Ablngton township.
Also one stono arch over Biltton creek
In South Ablngton township,
Also for building abutments-ever creek
In Spilng Brook township.
"All bids to bo in tho hands of the Coun
ty CommlslsoneiS at their office In tha
Court House not later than twelve o'clock
noon, of tho 14th dav of June, A. D. 190::.
Plans and specifications can be seen nt
the office of the said commissioners on
and after Juno 2. Contiacts to be award
ed as soon after the 14th Inst, as possible.
JOHN J. DURKIN,
Attest: W. G. DANIELS. Clerk.
Scranton, Pa., May 30, 1002.
SHIRTS CUT and made to order. Rooms
41 and 46 Buir building. H. W. Sykes
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SPAULDING, C. P. A., 23
Tradots' Bank building. Old telephone.
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH B,
Real Estate Exchange Bldg , 126 Wash
Civil and Mining Engineers,
H. L. HARDING, S15 CONNELL BLDG.
STEVENSON & KNIGHT, 723 CONNELL
DR. C. E. EILENBERGER, PAULI
building, Spruce street, Scranton.
DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 115 WYOMING ave!
WILLARD, WARREN & KNAPP, AT
tornoys and Counsollors-at-Law. 603 to
612 Connell building.
JESSUP & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors - at - Law. Commonwealth
Building. Rooms 19, 20 and 21.
L A. WATRES, ATTORNKT.AT-LAV,
Boaid of Trade Building, Scranton, P,
A. W. BURTHOLF, OFFICE MOVED .TO
No, 211 Wyoming ilvenue. -
Patent Attorneyi, v
Trado Marks nnd Labels legisteied. The
only licensed Patent Att'ys In Scranton.
Itcploglc & Co., ftleara Bldg.
Hotels and Beatauranta,
Til 13 ELK CAFE. 125 AND 127 FRANK
tin avenuo. Rates leasonnblo,
P. ZIEGLER, Pioprletor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D , L. & W,
Passenger depot. Conducted on the Ku
ropcan plan. Victor Koch, Proprietor,
Scavenger, j V.
a, li. rinitias cleansVrivy vaults
and ce&H pools: no odor: only Improved
pumps used, A. B. Uilggs. pioprletor,
Lcavo oulers 1100 Noilh Mala aenue.
or Elrkc's ding btoie, corner Adams and
Mulbciry, Both telephones.
JOSHl'H Kl'ETTUL. RCAIt Ml LACKA.
avo Sciuntoii, infra, ot Who Screens.
MEGAROEI3 HIIOS , PRINTERS' SUP
plies, envolopes. paper bags, twine,
Waiohouse, 1W Vashlngton avenue.
THE WILKES-BARRE RECORD CAN
bo had In Scinnton at tho news stand
of ReUmau Bros , 400 Spruce and VXi
1)1 IIC191I1UI1 Jliua, ivu m u a ami v
Linden; M. Noiiou. -'i-i Ltckawanna
avc; I. S. HchuUeri'SU'Spruce street.
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