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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, JtJNE 23 i90&
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Bpccial to the Scranlon Tribune.
Montrose, June 22. II. Ar. Beach ana
wife took an automobile trip to Scran
lon Jast week.
Stanford Mulford anil his friend,
Ralph Sampson, have been enjoying
camp life at Elk lake.
riev. E. A. AVarriiier and son, Philip,
have returned home from Elk lake,
where thv spent a week, fishing. They
brought home a fine lot of fish, the
largest of which weighed live pounds.
Nov. Samuel Dunham, of the AVost
Presbyterian church, Blnghamton, will
occupy the pulpit of the First Presby
terian church In this place on Sunday,
Dr. J. O. Wilson, who has been on a
trip which included the annual con
vention of the American Medical asso
ciation at Saratoga, a. visit to Lake
George and a trip down the Hudson to
Now York city, where ho has since been
putting lu long days lu the city hos
pitals, will return homo in time to open
Ills office and resume practice on Mon
day, June 2'J.
Seller Bros, have sold their milk sta
tion and business to the Gall Borden
Condensery company, said to be the
largest and linanelally the strongest
condensery company In the world;
their famous "Eagle" brand of con
densed milk being generally acknowl
edged as the standard of quality,
throughout the universe. The new com
pany Is already planning to erect a
fine brick building In which to instal a
largo and complete condensery plant of
the most modern and Improved type,
H Is stated that the concern will give
steady and lucrative employment to
from fifty to seventy-live hands, about
equally divided as to sex. It Is said
that the Borden company will pay the
farmers a fixed price per quart for
their milk the year round, the probable
price being mentioned na three cents a
quart, and if this proves true It will be
n substantial advantage to the dairy
men of this vicinity and more and
larger dairies are suro to como Into
being as a result of the Urn-dens locat
ing In Montrose, The coming of this
r.'iiterprlso appears like a good start
toward what has long been voted the
crying need of this town, and that is
more Industries, Places whero our
young men and women can secure an
ihonest employment at a living wage.
The condensery will bo a great help lu
this direction, and It Is likely that Its
coming hero will attract other enter
prises to our town. Let them come!
And meanwhile, let us glvo glad wel
rnnio to the milk condensery and do all
In our power to niako It a success and
be on tho lookout for other good things.
Montrose Is, apparently, on tho verge
of a business boom and If It comes, It
will be nn altogether welcome guest In
this beautiful, picturesque, but also
quiet summer town.
A number of Republicans of this place
wlH go to Susquehanna on Monday,
Juno 23, to attend tio senatorial con
ferenco to be held at Hotel Liiiigfonl
on that day,
Captain W. II, Dennis, jr., and T.eu
tenant Charles L. Van Scoten were at
ficranton on Friday, attending a meet
ing of tho field, line and staff ollleers
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than twelve months, and have worked on the farm
all last summer. It was Dr. Pierce's medicines
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On Wednesday last, in this place, the
Montrose base ball nine crossed bats
with the celebrated Great Bend base
ball aggregation. The game was long
drawn out and a somewhat spiritless
affair, but Montrose did most of the
running, the score being 22-7 in favor of
our boys. Great Bend took its defeat
gracefully, and hope later to defeat
Srcri.ll to (lie Scranlon Tribune.
New Mllford, June 20. Miss Amber
Vance, of Great Bend, was in town
Friday on business. M. J. Brundagc
called on Rlnghamtoij friends Friday.
Row It. X. Ives attended tho funeral
of Chauncey Foot, at Franklin, Thurs
day. Rev. Charles Smith and wife called
on friends at Lakeside the forepart of
Mrs. Rooney, of Great Bend, was in
town this week.
Miss Nina Moore Is spending some
time with her sister, Mrs. George Leon
ard at Greenville, Pa.
Miss Inez Shelp attended commence
ment exercises at Mansfield state nor
mal school this week.
Fred Badger, one of New Milford's
popular young men, has secured a posi
tion as draughtsman In tho omco otAXxo
assistant engineer of the Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western engineer
corps at Blughamton.
On Thursday and Friday, June 2G and
27, Company II, Fourth regiment,
1 Bra wm M i 1W1
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A farmer went tiottlng upon his gtvy
lluinpety, buuipoty, bump!
With his daughter behind him an rosy
Lumpely, himpoty, lump!
Find tho farmer's son, a calf and a dog.
Solutions for Last
Monday, Juno 10 The boy is back pf
lady's right aim, the dog In tho (lower
Tuesday, June 17 Thcro is ono on each
tildo of the dead man's left leg.
Wednesday. June IS-Ono Is beneath tho
rum's horn, the uthcr at Bo-Pccp's feci.
Gives you choice of your
money or your life. That
other robber, disease, often
picks your pocket while he
is taking your life. Many a
sufferer from lung disease has
disease in chronic form, are
receipt of stamps to pay
Pennsylvania Reserve Corps, will meet
in annual reunion at the home of
Charles A. Kenyon.
Mr. and Mrs. George Haydcn arc en
tertaining Mr. and Mrs. Bailey, of
Miss Clara Inderlled will leave on
Tuesday for Passaic where she will
spend several weeks with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Attt Stoddard, of
Franklin, were the guests at the home
of S. V. Turnbull Friday.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Tunkhannock, Juno 22. Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Brown are entertaining the tatter's
cousin, Miss Irene Hasscn, of Towanda,
at their home on East Tioga street.
Mrs. Lillian Foote, of Scranton, is vis
iting friends at this place.
The state engineer is expected here this
week to execute the plans and specifica
tions for tho proposed steel bridge across
the Susquehanna river at this point, and
also for a bridge across the Tunkhannock
creek at Dion. In the mutter of the old
full- ground bridgo at Nicholson, tho ex
ceptions have been argued lioforo tho
Dauphin county court, and a decision is
soon expected to bo given.
Miss Elizabeth Klefer," who has been
visiting friends at Wllkes-Barre, tho past
week returned homo on Friduy.
District Attorney O. Smith Khmer was
a business man at Wilkes-Burro on Sat
urday. Marshall Seult, of Carbomlnle, Is stop
ping witli friends In town.
Miss Itasca Baker, who has been re
siding at Columbus, O., for a long tlmo
past, returned hero this week, where she
Miss Kate Council, of Philadelphia, Is
visiting her parents at this place for a
Attorney Charles M. Culver, of To
wanda, was doing business in town on
A couple of street fakirs visited this
place on Friday, ostensibly- to advortlso a
now metal which was much better than
sllvor for all purposes. Thoy ntortod in
to do tho people, but subsequently became
nlarmed at remarks which thoy heard
from tho crowd, and hastily closed busi
Thurbday, Juno 19-Ono Is over Emnr
bon'e head, tho other above tho well.
Filday, Juno 20-ilo Is back of foro.
Inost girl's bead; she Is over tho other's
Hutuidriy, June 21 The father Is under
Iron limb, the mother In branches of
Children's day exercises were fitting,
ly observed nt the Nebd Congregational
church Inst evening. A very entertain
ing programme was rendered nnd great
ly enjoyed by the Inrgo congregation
prcsont. The programme was rendered
nn follows! Solo, "Children's Day," Ad
die Evans; song, "Sunshine," by
cchooli ntldress, Edna Morgans; speech,
Roy Cooper; dialogue, "Children's
Day," Mlsse's Jennie Dlgwood, Jennie
Roberts nnd Mercy Moycrs; prayer,
pastor; song, ".Showers of Blessings," by
school; recitation, "Lesson of Children's
Day," Mary Schlves; dialogue, "The
Rattle of the Books," Misses Mnbel
Hellas and Cuss'le Cook; recitation,
"A Flock of Doves," Sarah Wntklns;
solo, Blanche Beagle; dialogue, nine
characters! chorus, school; solo, "I'm
Seeking a City;" chorus, "Lead, Kindly
Light," by school; solo, Rachel Step
hens; qitnrtette, "Home, Sweet Homo;"
solo, Jennie Roberts; song, "Load Me,
Rev. C. R. Henry, pastor of the Meth
odist Episcopal church, delivered two
eloquent and Instructive sermons at
both morning nnd evening services yes
terday, taking as his subjects, respect
ively, "A Firm Foundation," and
"Causes of Present Perils."
The Reds and tho Orioles, two local
teams, will piny ball on the river side
grounds this afternoon. On Wednesday
the former will journey to West Scran
ton and cross bnts with the Athletics of
Alfred Rundle, of Lincoln Heights,
visited relatives In to.wn yesterday.
A very pleasing children's day pro
gramme was rendered nt the Archbald
and Pyne Primitive Methodist church
last evening. The pastor, Rev, Walker,
delivered an appropriate address during
Announcement has been made o the
marriage of Miss Ida M. Courtrlght
and Mr. Thomas Evans, both popular
young people of this town, which will
be solemnized on Wednesday at high
John G. Owens, of Atherlon street,
returned homo on Saturday from New
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Robblns, of
Storrs street, visited relatives at West
Grirtlth W. Owens, who had his foot
amputated a week ago, Is Improving as
well as can be expected.
Miss Martha Rogers, of West Plttston,
was the guest of friends in town on
Miss Ella Howells and niece, Bessie
Evnns, of South Taylor, are spending
a few weeks with the former's sister,
Mrs. Henry Lewis, at Washington, N.
Mr. and Mrs. William Coombs and
son, of Taylor street, left on Saturday
for a few weeks' visit with relatives In
Miss Gertrude Morris, of Grove
street, attended the graduating exer
cises at the Bloomsburg normal school
Mrs. John Daniels, Mrs. T. M. Howells
and Mrs. Frederick Wilson, of South
Taylor, spent yesterday visiting rela
tives in Jermyn.
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Atherton, of
Main street, have returned from a few
days' visit with relatives In Tunkhan
nock. Gonier Johns, of Philadelphia, spent
yesterday as tho guest of his cousin,
W. E. Morgans, of West Mlnooka.
Miss Kate Ruddy, of South Scranton,
was the guest of Miss Kate Ludgate, of
Main street, yesterday.
Luther Harris, of Main street, is
spending his vacation at Buffalo, N. Y,
Misses Annie and Minnie Baker, of
Main street, spent the Sabbath as
guests of Miss Martha Rogers at West
Operutor G. A. Rltter, of Mauch
Chunk, called on W. H. Peterson of
Grove street yesterday.
Rev. A. W. Cooper and wife, of Mont
rose, visited among friends in this placo
Attorney A'an Cleft, of Oneonta, N. Y
Is tho guest of his parents, Rev, and Mrs.
A. J. Van Cleft.
Tho strike fever reached this placo for
tho first time in tho history of tho bor
ough, A party of young people employed
picking strawberries by- Juspar Shoe
maker went on a btriko AVednesday for
an increase In wages. From tho latest
reports a satisfactory settlement has not
yel been made, and both sides seem quite
determined. No serious trouble, however,
Is anticipated, which might necessitate
tho calling out of tho sheriff and his
deputies or tho National Guard.
Mrs. Fred Palmer Is entertaining her
father and mother, of Scranton.
Postmaster F. M. Tiffany was a visitor
In Susiiuehunna county on Thursday.
Mrs. Fred Snyder entertained last week
her cousin from Illinois.
SUNDAY BASE BALI,.
At St. Louis R.1I.E.
St. Louis 0 0 .1 0 1 1 0 Ox-7 7 1
I Philadelphia U12 0 0 0 0 10-.no o
J Rati cries Powell and Donohuc; Mit
chell, J lusting nnd sehreck. Umpires
Sheridan and Connolly. Attendance
At Chicago-first game R.H.E.
Chicago 00 0 2 00000-2 .1 2
Baltlnuil-ii 0 100010013 9 2
Batteries Patterson and Sullivan: Mc
Gluuity and Breimhan. Umpire Carru
tliors. Second game twelve Innings R.IIE.
Chicago 0 0 0 1 000000 01 (i 2
Baltimore o 0 1 0 0 0 o 0 o 0 l 2 7 S
flatteries Garvin and Sulllvnn; Cronin
and Hrenaban, Umpire Curruthcrs, At
At Detroit R.H.E.
Detroit 0 0 1 0 1 010 28 II !!
Boston 000120202-714 1
Butteries Mullen and MeGuIro; Pren
tls and Warner, Umpire Johuhtoue. At
tendance G.ooo, .
At Fort Wayne, 1ml R.II.E.
Cleveland 1 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 6 9 0
Washington 0 0 o o o o :; 1 o- 4 7 5
Butteries .loss and Bemls; Gurrlr-k and
Clark, Umpire O'Louglillii. Attendance
At Chicago nineteen Innings
1000000010000000000-3 11 5
1111000000000000000 02 11 I
Jlatterlea Taylor and Kllng; Phllllppl
ami H111III1, Umpire O'Day, Attendance
At Cincinnati- R.H.E.
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 2 x-7 10 0
St. I.ouls 000 10 000 1-2 S 2
mtliTles-Tlu'lhimii ml Peitz; O'Neill
and O'Neill. Umpires Brown and Pow
ers. Attendance 5,000.
MOTHER GRAY'S SWEET POWDERS
icr Children. Mother Owyt for yeju a nure in
the Clilldifii'i Home lu .Sew Yuik, tri-ated tlii.
dun kiicicsitully with a remedy, uuw pirpjied
ami pUicd in the drup ttoii'i, ijlhd Mother
Grua Sweet Powders tor ChlMrcu. 'fhey me
liuimlfM is milk, ileaant In lake mil nctcr
full. A certain cuic lor fcieiUliiiosj, loiutlp.i
tlon, hud mlie, trethln; ami tloniatli dUor
dcra and temoe wnrms. At all drugglti. "Jo;
Don't aiieit any mlMltule. Sample tent fHUl,'.
Addict Allen S. Olmited, Ue itoy, X, V,
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
WANTS. FOR HS, Fl SKIES
Only Half a Cent a Word.
FOtt tU.'N"l'1lliitviil1in milium at Lake
Wlnola for month of July. 'inqulro ot
Mrs. T. D. Lowls, 1701 N. Main avenue,
FOR RENT-Small store .north Washing
ton avenue, George II. Davidson, Cou
ncil building, or Dr. Van Cleef, city.
BARN FOR RENT-$l2, April 1st. three
box nnd three single Btnlls and wubIi
rack, rem- of ,124 Madison nvontic. In
nulro at 0.14 Madison avenue.
Furnished Booms for Bent.
1'OR RUNT One or two nicely furnished
rooms, suitable for a couple or oao or
two men! alt Improvements; with or with
out board, at 017 Adams avenue,
FOtt RENT-Ono furnished room, with
Improvements; also ono on third floor,
cheap. 627 Adams uvenue.
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. mo'Jjru
Improvements; private family, gen
tlemen preferred, at 637 Adams uvemio.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, with
heat, gas and bath, gentlemen pre
ferred, at r39 Adams avenue.
Wanted To Bent.
WANTED Furnished house of four or
five rooms for housekeeping. Address
A. G. E Tribune offlce.
Wanted To Buy.
WANTED Tto buy n second hand baby
carriage. Address Box 000 Tribune of
fice. DDNM9RB DOINGS.
Temperance Sermon Preached by
Bcv. Charles H. Newlng, Fas
tor of the M. E. Church.
Rev. Charles H. Newlng, of the Meth
odist Episcopal church, last night
preached an eloquent and convincing
sermon on the evils of Intemperance.
His text was from Luke il-31: "And
as ye would that men should do unto
you do ye also to them likewise."
Mr. Newlng said:
"What Is wanted in the temperance
ranks today Is more union of energy.
The liquor men are a unit, and they
show wisdom to bo thus united. The
reason the forces that work for right
eousness are so often defeated is be
cuuse they are too often divided, and
waste their strength fighting each oth
er instead of unitedly working against
the common foe.
"Don't please the enemy by finding
too much fault with your best friends.
Because all who are opposed to this
evil do not agree with you regarding
tho best way to fight It, do not think
they nre against you. Be tolerant, and
ncccpt all the assistance the combined
forces can possibly render for the gen
"The temperance address of ten years
ago Is ten years out of date. The har
rowing details, the blood curdling In
cidents, the pathetic stories of the
"Ten-nlght-in-a-bar-room" type are not
needed now. There . Is no longer any
question as to the evil of the liquor
traffic. It is a reflection on the intelli
gence or the morals of an audience to
spend tlmo telling them these old
stories. This was the battle ground of
our- fathers, but we have pitched our
tents nearer the enemies' lines.
"The battle today Is not against the
business from a moral standpoint. It
stands condemned by its own confession
as a curse and a desolation in every
community in which it exists. But
what shall we do? How shall we break
the grip of this evil monster? We be
lieve as tho Methodist Kplscopal church
has so emphatically declared that tho
sale of Intoxicating liquors 'cannot be
legalized without sin,' and therefore
this evil business should not be licensed
by the state or national government.
The people are supreme. There are
tout- million voters in this country who
are members of Christian churches.
These could, if so minded, vote It out in
a day, and enact laws to keep it out.
In the name of truth' and righteousness
I impeach this traffic In strong drink of
high crimes and misdemeanors. In
the name of the Industries It has par
alyzed, the public peace it has broken,
and the public conscience It has en
slaved. And may the all wise God show
us our duty and help us to do it."
Children's Day Services.
Children's day exercises were held In
the Dudley street Baptist church last
evening. The building was filled by un
audience that enjoyed tho programme
rendered. Attractive decorations had
been arranged by the scholars. The fol
lowing programme was rendered:
Song, "Pralao to the School" School
Responslvo Reading Congregation
Recitation, "Trellis A'ino."
Song. "Gurland of Roses" School
'Dialogue MIs.SjFostcr, Miss AVeacotl
Responsive Rending School
Recitation Miss Jones
Song, "May AVo Como In" Quartette
Hecltatlon Miss Foster
Recitation I.eah Malnes
Song. "Children's Day Jubilee" School
Floyd Hand, of Mill street, has gone
Into the sauiib raising business on 11
large scale, During the past week lie
has received several largo consign
ments of breeding birds from tho Ply
mouth Rock Squab company, unci in a
short time he expects to be able to sup
ply the local demand.
Mrs. Thomas Cunnlon Is Indisposed ut
her home on AVebster avenue.'
An important meeting of the Royal
Arcanuni will bo held In Mnsoulu hall
tonight when It Is hoped every inein
tier will be present,
St. Agnes Guild, of St. Mark's church
will meet at tho rectory this evening.
Kdwnril Kschleman, of lOIUubeth
jiort, N, J Is visiting friends in town.
W. L. Piucell lias returned homo
from a business trip spent nt Baltimore
Gilbert Close, of Princeton college, Is
spending the summer holidays at his
home on Elm street,
Wlllhini MoNeeny, of Philadelphia, Is
a guest ut the homo of J. C, Byron, on
Bound. House Burned.
Dy Kxclmlve Wire from The Aioeiated I'rrta.
Fresno, Cal.. Juno 22. The round bouto
of tho Southern Pritllli-. railvmy and
twelve locomotives were destroyed by Uro
early today; estimated loss-, 200,00v.
Accepted for Less
Thnn 10 Cents.
Help Wanted Halo.
COAL. MINERS WArMTEGT
y, a , , THE POCAHONTAS COLLIERIES COMPAIW
nJHuUl' J'!xlnK- fbihorlnleiutent, with bituminous coal mines lu the town of
SK"1""'", '''"zw0" P,l'!!y'1 m? ,u y1'?""". " tho Norrolk and A Vestorn Rail,
waj, wants somo good, experienced coal miners at once. ' ".... .,.
For pick mining nnd loading entry cowl ', m cents tier ear
For pick mining and loading room coal W co ih c car
j',nr mln ne and oadlng machlno under-cut entrv m ji cei n er car
!.! .iml.!".Wul lom"MS """'""'o "huet-cut room .coa I -S 'per
Ins do track layers , tm to ' "i ii.m- ii.i v
nifto5 timbV? h0,,,L,,a ::::.::::.:$ .S fas Rr 2$
1 12 55 i Effi '"1 ..""'. ,...-U1 per day
....'"" miiuer iiivii nnipurK il.Bfl ner iluv
Parties at 10 can procure special tickets for Jlo.7.1 for eacli norson over
peS'alon "ll'-ii'01"' fpom Pllllauol"h1'1 l" I'nhontas. Itegul.Vt-' "fare for
to,vnS? ifeA, K00tl "ccommodatlons. as
lOlJsO men. J0.O0 easily earned at home
evenings writing for us. For particu
lars send addressed envelope. Filbert
Mfg Co., Dept. 13.1, Box Ull, Fhlladeldhla.
TRAVELINO HAI.V.HMAN Inr Pennsyl
vania to 8.011 retail trade. Attractive,
salable lino. Established high rated
house. Box 2:5, Detroit, Mich.
A ANTED Trustworthy person lu each
county to manngo business, old estab
lished house, solid llnanciul standing;
straight bona fldo weekly cbbIi salary 1S
nnlr) ft. n1l.nl, nnt. . . .!. ....!.. .. a..t1. til
,...u ..... ..1:1.1. .-uvil UIUH'CIUU , .Will Mil
expenses direct from headquarters; money
fldVHIW'pfl tn AvnnnunD lniuiirni !!?i
Caxton building, Chicago.
Help Wanted Female.
LADIES wanted to copy letters at homo
during spare tlmo evenings and return
to us. Wo furnish paper free and pay $10
pel- M. Send addressed envelope for par
ticulars and copy. F. M. C. Dept. 13.1, Box
COMPETENT girl wanted: inquire of
Mrs. M. F. Wymbs, 409 Wyoming ave.
CUSTOM SHIRT OPERATORS wanted at
once. Rooms M nnd U Burr building.
II. W. Syken & Co.
WANTED FOR U.S. ARMY-Ablc-boilled
unmarried men between ages of 21 and
3.1; citizens of United States, of good
character nnd temperate habits, who inn
speak, road and write English. For In
formation apply to Recruiting Officer, No.
123 Wyoming avenue, Scranton, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED by a boy II years
ot age as olhco boy or eJork in drug
store. Address 1G3D Mousey avenue.
MIDDLE AGED lady would Ilko position
as housekeeper or gcneial housework
in Small family". W. J. C, 427 Alder
SITUATION WANTED-By a woman to
do washing or cleaning, can go Mon
days or any day. Address M., 040 Birch
SITUATION WANTED-As nursery gov
erness or at light houscnork by a
young lady graduato used to work. Ad
dress Box 133, Fnctoryvllle, Pa.
Honey to Loan.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO T.OAN
Quick, stialght loans or Building and
Loan. At from 4 to 6 per cent. Call on
N. V. AValker, 314-313 Connoll building.
GENTLEMEN'S Shirt AVaiuls cut and
marto to order. 11. AV. Sykes & Co.,
rooms 44 and 46 Burr building.
Lackawanna Ballroad Excursion to
Cranberry Lake, N. J.
On Sunday, June 29, a special train
will leavu tho Lackawanna station,
Scranton, at 8.15 a. nl. for Cranberry
Lake. Returning the train will leave
the luko at 7.Q0 p. m. for Scranton.
This now Lackawanna resort is sit
uated on its Sussex branch one hun
dred and two miles east of Scranton.
The lake Is two and one-half miles
long,, and one mile wide, spacious pic
nic grounds, pavilions, in short, an
ideal resort for a day's outing. The
trip going and returning will be
through the famous Pocono moun
tains nnd the Delaware AVater Gap,
affording the most enjoyable and In
teresting trip ever offered tho people
of this valley. Fare for the round trip
only ono dollar.
Improved Train Service via the D. &
H. B. B. and Lehigh Valley Bail
road Between Carbondale, Scranton
and New York and Philadelphia.
On Juno 13 the Lehigh Valley rail
road will put on a new train called tho
"Wyoming Valley Express," which will
leave Carbondale via the Delaware and
Hudson railroad at 7 a. 111., Scranton at
7.11 u, 111., urrlvlng at New York at 1.13
p. in., Philadelphia at 12.40 p. in,
AVest-bound train leaves New York
at 4.10 p. 111., Philadelphia at 4,30 p, 111.,
arriving nt Scranton at 10.03 p. in., Cur
bondule at 10,49 p. 111.
This train will have a through Pull
man buffet parlor cat- and Lehigh A'al
ley duy coach between Carbondale and
National Delegation Association,
Minneapolis, Minn., July 7hi-llth.
For the above occasion tho Lacka
wanna Railroad will sell special ex
cursion tickets to Minneapolis, good
going July llh, 5th, and Oth, at $30,60
for round trip, and to bo available for
return passage leaving Minneapolis not
earlier than July 8th, or later than July
lUli, except by depositing tickets with
Joint Agent at Minneapolis pot luter
than July 14th, and upon payment of a
fee of 50 cents at tho time of deposit,
an extension of tho limit of leaving
Minneapolis to nnd including Sept, 1,
Delegates will please hear in mind
tho fact that by leaving Scranton 011
tho Luckuwaiiun Railroad, only ono
change of cars, Chit-ago, is necessary,
A popular tlmo Is leaving Scranton ut
8:00 p, in,, arriving Minneapolis 7M5 the
The North End Give society returned
Baturday, after making a successful con
cert tour through tho lower P'U't of tho
statp and Atlantic f'lty. The society fc-aye
concerts in Lancaster, York, Hurrlsburg,
Philadelphia and Atlunllc City, Profes.
sor Mortals has arranged for a choir of
twelve to go to Atlantic City July 1 and
remain on Young's I'ler, one of tho larg
est nnuieoiueut places lu Atlantic City,
for u mouth. They will glvo concerts 11 f
tcruooua and evenings.
John Nibbing, watchman at tho Dick,
son colliery, was iirralncd before Alder
man Myers Saturday evening, at the In
stance of M. S. Brink, of Breaker street,
Drink, the duy previous, purchased a'
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. REflLESTAlE
Only Halt a Cent a Word.
Help Wanted Male.
pocaiiontas coi,ui:niEs company.
"00 Hilllctt HIdg., Phlln
Notice is hereby given of n in-
tended application to tho Governor of
Pennsylvania, August ,1, me. for a char
!.ci'"i foi ".,,mJ!l5lnF '''""P'lt'.v to be called
"tho South Sldo Hank.'1 of Sciantou. Va.,
to ho located In the southerly part ot tho
cUy,.,nf Scrniitnn, Pennsylvania. Tim
Hpeelllo object for which It Is to bo char
tered Is to exerclso banking privileges
under the provisions of tho Act entitled
1 ';," Aci J01' ,,Mn huorporatlon nnd regu
lation or banks or discount nnd deposit."
approved May 13, 11,7(1. Tho capital stock
to bo liny thousand dollars.
WELLES & TORRI3Y. Solicitors.
meeting of the stockholders or tho
Scranton Lace Curtain Co.. rir the elec
tion or nfilccrs, nnd transaction of such
other business n!l may come bcroro tho
meeting, will 1.0 held In tho ofilco of tin
rVny. at the mill, on Tuesday. July
J... 100.'. -at 2 p. in.
THE SCRANTON LACE CURTAIN CO..
II. J. Hall, Secretary.
Board and Booms.
. o,r,st. cl?sit tnbln board, can be obtained
at 3...I Jefferson avenue.
FOR SALE-Lot nt Lake AVInola adjoin
ing Hiawatha' Cottage. .Mrs. T. D.
Lewis, 1701 N, Main avenue. Sernnton.
FOR SALK-Elegant sites for homes In
upper Grcon Uldgo; cholco neighbor
hood: most desirable locality for home
J" LnclMwnijiia county. J. A. Marvlna,
liilO Sanderson avenue.
STOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS with
out delay. AA'rllo for our special mar
ket letter. Free on application. S. M.
Hlbbnrd & Co.. members N. Y. Consoli
dated and Stock Exchange. 44 and K
Broadway, Now A'ork. Established 1S6I.
Long Distance 'Phone 2.1SS Broad.
RHEUMATISM-AU parties that wish
can be speedily and permanently cured
of nil varieties of Rheumatism by a vose
tablo compound; cures guaranteed. In
quire or address J, E. Taylor, Scranton.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SPAULDING. C. P. A.. 23
Trnders' Bank building. Old telephone,
FREDERICK L. BROAA'N. ARCH B..
Real Estato Exchange Bldg.. 120 AVash
Ington ave. '
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. HARDING, S1.1 CONNELL BLDG.
STEVENSON & KNIGHT,
DR. C. E. EILENBERGEK. PAUL!
building, Spruce street, Scranton,
DR. C. C. LAUBACH. 113 WYOMING ave!
WILLARD, AVARREN & KNAPP. AT
torneys nnd Counsellors-at-Law. 603 to
012 Connoll building.
JESSl'P & JESSUP. ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors - at - Law. Commonwealth
Building, Rooms in, 20 and 21.
L. A. AVATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Board of Trade Building, Scranton, Pa
A. AV. BERTHOLF. OFFICE MOVED TO
No. 211 Wyoming nvenue.
P AT E N TS rlcVo5
Tho only licensed and equipped patent
solicitor lu tile city. No charge for in-fm-rmitlim
on patentability: over ten ycais
Mcplofjfle & Co.. Wears Bldjr.
Hotels and Restaurants.
TUB ELK CAFE, 121 AND 127 FRANK
jln avenue. Bates reasonable.
P. HIEGLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOrSE. NEAR D L. & W.
Passenger depot. Conducted on tho Eu
ropeau plan. Victor Koch, Proprietor.
A. B. BRIGCiS CLEANS PRIVV A'AIT.TS
and cess pools: no odor: only improved
pumps used, A. B. Brlggs. proprietor.
Leave orders lion North Main avengn.
or Ekko's drug store, corner Adams and
Mulberry, Both telephones. f
JOSEPH KI'ETTEL. REAR 511 LACK,
ave., Scranton, infra, of Wlro Screens.
MEGARUHE BROS.. PRINTERS- SCP
piles, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
AVareliouse, HO AVnshlngton aveuuer
THE AVILKKH-BARRH RECORD CAN
bo hud In Scranton nt tl.o news stand
of Rclsman Bros., 401 Spruce and M3
Linden: M. Norton, 3-2 Lackawanna
nvo,; J, S, sciiutzcr, 211 Kpruce stre-n.
small wngon for his 1oy to haul coal,
which ho picked on tl)o dump, .AVIllla
Nesblng was making his rounds, he tojd
the boys to get nway from tho dump
and they ran away, leaving tj'. small
wagon behind. Tho watchman took ilia
wagon to the oillco and refused to Jrr.
I urn it to Brink. Tho cui-o was sottledby
Nesblng returning the wagon and pay.
Ins' tho coats.
Mr. Ernest Steele, a resident of AVllkcs.
Barro, In spending a few days with reI4.
lives on Church avenue. - ,;
-Lewis Jonef, of Wayne avenue, has
returned, after spending a row day w(ti
friends in Uundaff.
Mr, and .Mrs. Da4W Gabriel, ot AVU
llatns street, returned yesterday, after
spending a few days In Atlantic City,
Miss Ruben Cohen nnd daughter, of
Punxmituwncy, Pa., aro visiting Mr, and
Mrs. Morris Cohen, of AVcst Market
Mrs. J. M. Knowlton and son. of New
York; pro, vhtlng the home 'of Mr. S.
11; Itobintou, of North Main avenue.