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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- FRIDAY JULY 11, 190
Special to the Somnton Tribune.
Forest City, July 10. Tim funeral ot
Jtobert Jones, wlR expired Btiddonly dur
'ing tho evening service nt tlio Baptist
church Sunday look plneo yesterday nf
tcrnoon nt 1 o'clock, nev. .1. L. Wlllhms,
1 ofc StiHquehnnnu, officiated, nsshtcd by
Itov. C. A. Spauldlng. Interment wns
Jnndo nt t'nlondnlo, where Mr. Jones',
wife In burled. Deceased hud mntla nil
tho nrrniigemcnts for liln funornl nov
el al years ago nml had placed. tho money
to cover tho expenses with u friend.
Joseph F. White, ono of Forest City's
' licst liked nnd most promising young
men, l lying In a critical condition at
Ilmoigency hospital In Carbondnlo with
little If any hopo for his recovery. He Is
a eon of Mltio Foreman James "White anil
la studying for tho Catholic priesthood.
Ifo suffered a sovcro Illness while at Holy
CrOH- college, Worcester. Mas?., romo
months ago nnd since that time has linen
constantly tinder tho doctor'a rare. Ills
friends have been hoping for his ulti
mate recovery and tho news of his serious
i Illness will be. very depressing to this
. whole community In which bo has formed
I many strong ties of affection by his gen
al nnd sunny disposition. ,
Bptclal to tho Scranion Trlhur.c.
Nicholson, July 10. F. O. Dilggs, and
family aro spending tho week nt Lnko
Nicholson. Binghamton parties will occu
py his cottage after this week.
Miss Clara "Wilcox has a position as
teacher at Scranton. Miss Bessie Ste
phens la her successor In our school here.
Tho funeral of Minn Uraco Mnckey, of
Lnthrnp, wtm qulto largely attended by
our townspeople yrstcrda.v.
Miss Anna Wilcox Is visiting Mrs. S. M.
Lynch, nt Clnrk'H Summit.
Mrs. H. T. Wllklns, of Scranton, la
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. 13.
Special to the Scnnton Tribune.
Lake Wlnolu, July 10.-A. II. Phillip, nf
Wllltcs-Bnrrc, spent Sunday h&re with
The niiplha launch Helen caught lire on
Saturday evening. Mr. 1 S. Undfrcy and
party was on -1110 launch at tho time and
had n very nut row escape.
Mrs. H. H, Shoemaker, of Dnlton, Is
spending a rew das with her father, Mr.
Huns Shelley, nt this place.
Tho Mlc.i Oliver, teacheis of all the
fancy dances, aro having very good suc
cess. They have n clasi every Tuesday
nnd Fijldny mnrnlng.
S. H. Uoblnsnn was n Scranton visitor
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. Alfred Woolcr, the famous tenor
soloist, Is occupying a cottngo on the
Miss Wllliolnilna, Orlflln, of Scranton, Is
the guest of Miss Lillian Morris.
A laundry ngeney has been established
nt tho lalto for tho Keystone Steam
Laundry, of Scranton. The basket leaves
the Wlnola House overy Tuesday, return
ing on Frtdav.
Mr. A. C. Huff nnd family have rented
it cottage and are spending tho summer
Some of tho Scranton people registered
at tho "Wlnola recently were: Georgo W.
Tor the Little Ones.
PUZZLE PICTURE NO. 32!). Cut out tho pictures appearing on this page each
i1n, draw n pencil mark around tho hidden object, snvo them until Saturday,
then send thcin or tnke them to The Tribune office In an envelope addiessed to
"Puzzle Department." The hoys and girls who correctly mark tho six pictures ap
pearing during tho week, nnd whoqo answers nro first received, will havo their
names published In The Tribune Monday morning.
Rrave Sergeant Jasper saves the
banner of South Carolina at Fort Sul
livan, 17V5. Find two other generals.
Smithing, G. F. Reynolds and wife, "Wll- I tha Soffrey, C. F. Pctcis, jr., John J.
Ham Wynkoop, J. S. Perse, Charjes F. Toohey, H. Chester, Dr. John P. Stanton
Peters nnd wife, Maude K. Peters, Ber- and wife.
THE TRIBUNE'S " WANT" DIRECTORY.
,, '1 KM 1 SHIES
Cnly Half a Ctnt a Word.
Accepted lor Less
Than 10 Cents.
Only Half a Cent a Word.
Help Wanted Male.
ANTRtTBol-'To work In architect's
of nee. Apply, nt 415 Patlll building.
WANTED-A thorough mill man. u good
turner preferred. A. W. Htiephord &
Sons, contractors, South Main and Dana
streotM, WllkcB-ttarre, Pa.
WANT13D - Competent machinists to
oik In latgo rallrond shops near
Pittsburg: unmarried ..men preferred.
Wages paid, '.'.' M and 27 cents per horn.
Permanent employment 'given for satis
factory service. Free railroad transpor
tation furnished from Wllkes-Tlano to
PlttEburg. For further Infoimatlonnd
dress C. r,. Snyder, 2 Mooney nulldlng.
Uunaln, N. Y In writing, give use. ex
perience, where last employed, nnd on
whnt kind of work.
KNlinOTSTlC Salesman-School supplies;
country work; $100 salary nnd commis
sion. R. O. Evnns & Co,, Chlcngo, 111.
Help Wantofl Female.
"WA N'THD An experienced girl for gen
eral housework. Must bo good cook.
Apply at onco to 537 Monroe avenue.
COMPETENT girl wanted for general
work In family of two. English or
German preferred. 1533 Monroe avenue.
WANTED AT once an experienced pns
try cook; good wages to tho right
party; reference required. Addicss C. C.
Lnubacli, 11." Wyomln? avenue.
THE MODEL, LAUNDRY. Dunmore.
launders shirts at Pc. each nnd collars
nnd cuffs ut I'c. each.
oc Wash Suits, plain or fancy
patterns, with broad sailor col- 'IQf
75c Wash Suits, plain crash
trimmed with several rows of
50c Short Pants, neat pat
terns and good cloth quality...
Boys' Shirt Waists, the
garment a boy can wear dur
ing hot days
Children's Straw Sailors,
"Chips" and "Milan" Straw....
Boys Straws, "Yacht"
shape or "Sailor." Clearing
A lot of Boys' Straws in
the Sailor Shapes or regular
And Boys' Shoes
There's unexpected opportunities
in our Shoe Department. We've done
a large business and find on going
through the stock several small lots
both in Men's and Boys' Shoes. You
probably know our qualities and our
styles. Here's our reduced shoe
Men's 3.50 Shoes, in Vici, Box
Calf and Patent Enamel, re- J A
duced for Clearing Sale $3j
Boys' Shoes, sizes 24 to 53 that
were sold for 2 and $2.50. &k n
Price at this sale $2.25 and plOU
Little Gent Shoe, Si. 25 and 1.50
quality, sizes 8 to 132. now
marked for this sale 75c, M A (
T S 99
Yesterday, the Opening Day of Our Semi-AnnualClearing Sale, was a great success. Why? Because
the values are greater than ever we have offered at any previous .Clearing Sale. Pe;ause we enpy many well
known facilities that are only identified with the Samter organization. This store is growing bigger and greater
than ever, and we ask the continued appreciation of our efforts. You've proved the truthfulness" our adver-
ubing at previous wearing aaies. see the opportunities we offer you at this one;
$1 Shirts, lace fronts.in the 7Cr
newest colorings 3V
7jc Shirts in excellent qual- A r
ities of Fancy Aladras 4-Jl
75c Shirts, Fancy Madras, 2&r
plain or pleated fronts 03,
50c Balbriggan or Peruvian Un
derwear, regularly made and fin
ished, either short or long 'JQ.r
sleeves, at . jOL
We have a large lot of Balbriggan
Underwear in plain and fan- 1 or
cy colors, reduced to IOC
Men's Straw flats
50c Men's Straws reduced to 25c
75c Men's Straws reduced to 43c
1.00 Men's Straws reduced to,. .69c
All our South American "Panamas'
are marked at reduced prices,
$10.00 and $12.00 Suits. It's no use us trying to describe
the variety of cloth patterns. There's plenty of them, and it won't be
much trouble for you to select one that suits you. To get the best we
we advise you to get here early in the sale, because $12 suits at this
price are scarce.
$15.00 and a Few $18.00 Suits We've taken great care
with the tailoring of our $15 Suits during the past season. But it
makes no difference how good the workmanship is, the cloth pat
terns that are here this season cannot be shown by us next season.
It's the reason you get a $i suit for
$18.00 Suits and many that we sold during the season at $20.
We don't consider what they cost us. All we want is to see our sales
men take your measure, fit you out and take your cash. Our Clearing
$25 Suits, "Atterbury System"
We need pot mention that these are the very best Ready-to-Wear
Clothes made, You probably know it. If you don't, here's an op
portunity that won'.t cost'you much to find out $25 "AUerburys" at
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Dress Suit Cases
We believe we have the largest
stock of Dress Suit Cases in this
city. There's a variety of leathers
and a variety of prices, according to
quality and finish. Ours (0 AA
are marked from $l,89to pO.UU
Help Wnnted Mnlc.
Help Wanted Male.
COAL. MINERS WANTED
Tim POCAHONTAS COLLIERIES COMPANY
tr. A J, Kins, Suioflntoiulonl, wltn blttinilnotta conl mines In the town ot
Poenhontns. Tnccuoll County, Slum of VHrIiiIii. on tlin Norrolk and "Westorn Rail
wny, wants uomo cooil, experienced conl minors at onco.
J 01' pick mlnliiR ntut lomllntf entry 1011I 90 contrt per cr
.For pick nilnlns nnd loadlnw room conl "; cents per car
Tor mlnliiB nnd loadlne tnnehlno tinder-cut entry conl. ...70 cent per enr
Toi' inlnlng nnd loading muchlno under-cut room conl.. ..5S cents per car ,
Inside trnck lnycrs : t2M to S2.2.'i por dny
Inildo trnck lnyer helpers JIM to $1.75 per day
Jnnldoi timber men Ji00 per, dnv
Inside timber men helpers. jl.fin per dny
Pnrtles of 10 r.in procure special tickets for J10.73 for ench person over tn
Pennsylvania rtnllroad from Plilladelphln to Pocnhontns. llt-KUlar fnro for ona
person nlone, $14.33. Arrangements can bo tnudo to advance tho railroad fare to re
Bponslbln persona. . '
woon miners will Ret resninr cuiinuymrai aim coou nccommouaiions, aa mo
tn of Pocilinutns hns over 4.000 Inliabltnnti.
roCAiTONTAS c:uiiiiiitiKa uu.mimnv, noi Arcndo tjmk.. ijnua.
SITUATION WANTKD-A lndy who hii3
noen a teacher desires onBURement ai
modest wngei to R0 with ti family to tho
country and look after children. No ob
jection to Ilsrlit second work. Address
Hox :99, Scranton.
SITI'ATION WANTED by experienced
lndy Btenogrnphor: .some knowlcdse of
bookkeeplnR! refoiences. Addres3 A.,
SITUATION WANTHD-By n yoifnpr man
ns shipping and stock clerk: hns Rood
habits nnd has a poaltlon nt present, but
desires a change for pood reason. Can
furnish Rood reference. Address II. C,
care ot Tribune.
NOTHING BUT DIRT-We offer duilnR
.Tiil- Woodlawn Pnrlc Lots at "3 per
cent, discount. No better residential sec
tion In the city. Sower, water, gas nnd
electric IIrIUs: select mow. If you buy
now we will loan you the money to build
with. Kzra Finn .- Sons, ofllce, corner
Ash street nnd Pcnn avenue. Both
FOR SALE Farm 120 acres; stock. Rood
orchard; nine miles fiom Scranton;
two miles fiom Moscow. Farm nlone or
farm and stock. Mary Jenkins, Maple
LOTS, hnusei nnd faims for sale. See
J. C. Zurflleh.
FOR SALE EleRnnt site-? for homos in
upper Green Ridge; cholco neighbor
hood; most desirable locnllty for homo
In Lackawanna county. J. A. Marvine,
1730 Sanderson avenue.
STOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS with
out delay. Write for our special mar
ket letter. Free on application. S. M.
rilbbard & Co., membeis N. Y. Consoli
dated lint! Htoek Exclmnjte. 44 and 40
Uioadway. New York. Established 1SC1.
I. ons Distance 'Phone 218S Urond.
Honey to Lean.
ANY AMOIW'T OF MONEY TO I.OAN
Quick, stiniRht loans or Bulldlnp and
Loan. At from 4 to G per cent. Call on
N. V. Walker, 314-315 Connell bulldlnsf.
Board and Booms.
VERY DESIRABLE suite of rooms with
first class table board, can bo oovaineu
at 333 Jefferson avenue.
Furnished Booms for Bent.
Fl'RNISFTED ROOMS for rent. nioOorn
Itrpro". ements; pilvate family; Ron
tlemcn preferred, at 5.17 Adams avenue.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, with
heat, jras and bath, frentlcmen pre
feired, nt HCO Adams avenue.
LOST Hi Indie bull tcirier about three
months old. Answers to namo oS
Roer. when last seen hnd leather col
lar. Return to 724 Green Rlds;c street.
STRAYED There came to tho premises
of Giles Stanton n row. Owner can
have s.nr.e by provlnpr property and pny-
FOl'ND On Court House s(ii,ire. leaning
asaliiht bench on corner of linden nnd
Washlnston avenue, n red nnd gold silk
parasol, on Monday noon, July 7. Tho
owner can receive It b calling at the
pnsinfflco ami innuiriiiR for letter carrier
No. 12. and Identifying It and paying nd-vertijement,
PASTTRE for horses. George E.
cnsian, 727 Connell building.
SAMTER BROTHERS I
: CoiXLplete Oixtf ittors- -
ri"'M'" ". - - rr in irm mmiiwiwi iwiwnwiii wrrTrmwmmmi imhh i
At ChlcaRo- R.H.E.
piiiiadiMphia oqo oo"oo oo o a 2
Chicago 00110101 x 4 9 0
RattPrios Duggleby and Dooln; Mene
feo and Chance. Umpire Cantllllon.
At Pittsburg R.H.E.
New York 0 0 2 0 0 l'O 0 0- 10 3
I'lttsburs 000 1000 001 0 1
Batteries Evans and Kowormnn; Leo
ver and Smith. Umpire Emsllo.
At St. Louis twelve Innings R.H.E.
Rrooklvn loooooooiooo 3 o o
St. Louis 00 00020000 00-2 6 0
Game called on account of darkness.
Batteries Hughes and Aheurn; Murphy
nnd Wicker and Q'Nelll. Umpire
At Cincinnati R.H.E.
Boston 000 12 0000-3 10 4
Cincinnati 0 00i300 2x-ii t) 2
Rattorlcs Willis nnd Klttridgo; Kwlng
and Pcltz. Umpires Brown und Powers.
At Boston- R.H.E.
Philadelphia o l o o o o o o o-l 3 3
Boston OOOOlOllx 3 8 2
Batteries Mitchell nnd Schreckengost;
Young and Crlgor. Umpire Connolly,
At Washington R.H.E.
Haltlmore 0 10 0 2 0 0 0 03 0 1
Washington 23100001 x-TU 0
Batteries Howell. Shields nnd Robin
son! Cnrrlck nnd Clarke. Umpires Caru
thers und Johnstone.
M Cleveland- R.H.E.
Detroit ..,, oo 000 oooo-o a 2
Cleveland ,, 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 x 2 5 3
Batteries Yeager nnd McGulrej Josu
and Wood. Umpire Sheridan,
St. Louis-Chicago; not scheduled.
FOR RENT-From Sontember 1. 1902. 8-
room house; nil modern conveniences
with steam heat furnished; rent moder
nle. Inquire at Tribune ofllce.
FOR RENT LniRe ten-room house ami
barn In Wnverly borough. Garden,
fruit, tine spring: newly painted. Georgo
E. Stevenson, 727 Connell Building.
FOR RENT Hnlf of a new doublo house;
nil modern Improvements. 4iS Web
FOR RENT Cheap, S-room cottage.
Heart Lake. Pa., two boats; well wa
ter. Reference required. J. Victor Schad,
Binghnmton, N. Y..
FOR RUNT Furnished or unfurnished
desirable houso, nine rooms, city heat,
14 dny avenue. Inquire 203 Board of
FURNITURE AND HOUSE
FURNISHINGS AT '
I offer at private 'sale for a
few days only, the Furnitura
and House Furnishings in my
residence, consisting of
Oriental Rugs, Carpets,
Brass and Plain Bedroom Suits.
Lace Curtains, Pictures,
Dining Room Table and Chairs.
Dishes, China Cabinet,
i Refrigerator, Etc.
n. H. Holgate,
1005 Vine Street,
CUBAN PARROTS Just arrived: pretty
ns pictures; strong as llttlo bulls; $3.0)
each. Pat rot and cage. $6.00. Shipments
guaranteed. Theso birds are all males
nnd will talk in three months. Mexicans,
Amazons and Africans, J3 to $75 each.r
Wo are headquarters for talking parrots."
Fox, 19 N. Ninth street, Philadelphia.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be reeelred'
bv tho County of Lackawanna for
building a steel girder concrete-covered-bridge
"over Hull's creek, in Blakely bor
ough. Pa. v
Bids will nlso bo received for masonry,
wing-walls, nnd tilling for said bridge.
All !"' to ne aciaressea 10 me under
signed and In hands by 12 o'clock noon
Saturday, July 12, 1902. Plans and speci
ilcntions at office of County Commission
ers, Scranton. Pa. Tho right to reject!
any and all bids Is reserved.
E. A. JONES, County Controller.
Attest: JOHN MORRIS.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SPAULDING. C. P. A., j
Tinders' Bank Building. Old 'phono 186--
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH B...
Real Estate Exchange Bldg., 126 Wash-1
Civil and Mining Engineers.
H. L. HARDING, S15 CONNELL BLDO.
STEVENSON & KNIGHT. 726 CONNELIii
DR. fc. E. EILENBERGER. PAULI.
building, Spruco street, Scranton.
DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 115 WYOMING avo,l
WILLARD, WARREN fc KNAPP, AT-,
torneys and Counaellors-at-Law. 603 toJ
612 Connell building.
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L. A. WATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-BU'.!
Board of Trade Bulldjng, Scranton,Pa.
A. W. BERTHOLF, OFFICE? MOVED TO
No. 211 Wyoming avenue.
BITC IVITC In all countries
PA I C.IM I Onf the Globe.
Tho only licensed nnd equipped patent
solicitor in the city. No charge for. In
formation on patentability; over ten years
Ucploglc & Co.. Mcars Bldg.
Hotels and Bestaurants.
THE ELK CAFE. 12S AND 127 FRANK
lln avenue. Rates reasonable,
P, ZIEGLER, Proprietor,
Worcester, 10; Rochester, 3,'
Providence, 7; Buffalo, i,
Jersey City, 5; Toronto, 4.
Train in a Landslide.
Troy, Pa,, July 10. The Buffalo express
cast bound, on the Northern Central rail
load, ran Into u landslide, about two miles
north of here today, The engine and two
cars were damaged but tho engineer, fire
man and ul puviicngers escaped serious
Injury The tracks were blocked until
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D L. $.' W.
Passenger depot. Conducted on the,Eu
lopean plan. Victor Koch. Proprietor,
AT B. BRIGClB CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
and cess pools; no odor; only Improved
pumpj used, A. B. Brlggs. proprietor.
Leave ordois 1100 North Main avenue,
or Elcko's drug store, corner Adamsand
Mulberry, Both telephones.
JOSEPH KUETTEL, REAR Ml LACKA,
avo., Scranton, mfra. of Wire Scream.
MEGARGEE BROS.. PRJNTEiKS' SUP
piles, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse. Vty Washington avenue.
THE WILKES-BARRH RECORD CAN
be had in Scranton nt the news eland
of Relsman Bros., 400 Spruce and C03
Linden; M. Norton, 822 Lackawanna,
avo.; I. S, Schutier, 211 Spruce street.
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