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1$ ALMOST EMPTY
The Immense Storage Ynrd of D. &
H. rjtclleved of Thousands of Tons
of 'Oo'ftl Since Strike Set in.
The, Immense coal storage rjlant of
the Delaware and Hudson company,
t it Anthracite park, Just north of the
My, will bo a revelation to one who
oiiRht pass there these day?. ,
The heaps of coal, thousands upon
thousands of tonB, which rose high In
the air, .touching the arch-llkc elevators
or carriers, have disappeared, and the
yard Is 'almost us empty as the day It
was thrown open for the reception of.
hlack diamonds, three years or more
ago.,, Only u small heap under one cle
vatoriremalns, and this will not be
theru'Taong, at .'the rate of shipment.
The.Vcoal. Iiasf ' beeiCemoVed and
Bhlpped steadily since shortly after the
strike begun, 'eleven weeks ago, and It
Is roniurkablc how quickly ,the mouu
talnsTfir. coal havo dwindled, until the
yard Is 'now deserted and bnre. It Is
estimated there were over SiiO.OOO ,tons
Stored llferc,, when tlie work of de
creasing' the' pile's1 llrst commenced.'
The coal Is being shipped dally to
points north on thc.Dchiwarc and Hud
son. Four or live trains, long ones, go
out dally. There still remains thous
ands Of tons In the yard in this city,
but It Is likely that this will be moved
gradually'untll only what' Is absolutely
necessary for the company's local needs
for an Indefinite period remain.
The Ontario and Western Is also
shipping svveral trains of cdal each
day, and has been for about three
weeks. These shipments are principal
ly from the washerles between this
city and Scrunton.
The Itackel Brook washery of the
Delaware and Hudson Is again in op
eration. PAID OUT MANY DOLLARS.
County Commissioners Through
Paying Election Contest' Wit
nesses. The county commissioners yesterday
finished paying "the witnesses In the
Langstuft-Kolly election contest case in
this city and vicinity.
The last of tho voters received their
foes yesterday afternoon. None of
those was fiom Carbondnle, but Car
bondale, Fell and Greenfield townships.
The last of the Carbondale voters woie
paid on Thursday.
Tho commissioners paid out about
$525 each day, which would leave them
disbursing over $2,000 in this city. Tho
money, which was not much more than
a dollar in most Instances, was the
first received by the majority since the
coal strike began, eleven weeks ago.
There wcie evidences about the street
tho past four days that the money had
been left here.
Tho commissioners will pay the wit
nesses at Jermyn and Maylleld on
The clerks who assisted in the pay
ments o the fees renewed old ac
quaintances and made many now
friends during their stay in Carbon-
dale. Besides the three commissioners,
the work was carried on by "W. G.
Daniels, ex-cletk of tho courts, now
chief clerk in commissioners' office;
John P. Mahon and John Van Bergen.
John Breese, Formerly of This City,
Shot While Stopping a Fight.
John Bieeso, who was employed be
fore the strike by the Ontario and
Western as a fireman on the Scranton
division, was shot at Lushbnll, Cam
eron county, where he has boon work
ing since tho strike began.
Mr. Breese, it is said, was shot while
trying to quell a fight between some
fellow workmen, the ball entering his
bredbt just above tho heart and In
flicting an Injury which it was at first
thought would prove fatal. Ho was at
once taken' tn tho hospital at Rustln,
Tioga county, and Is now on his way
THE LIGHT ORDINANCE.
Passes Two Readings in Council.
The Licenso Ordinance.
The oidlnancos u wauling 'tho light
ing contract for tho city building and
the hobe houses passed tlr.st and sec
ond readings, without debate, In select
council last night.
The vendeis' licenso ordinance Is now
ready for the mayor's slgiuituic, hav
ing passed final reading last night.
Select council will meet at 7 o'clock
Monday night to pass finally the light
ordinance, so as to have them acted
upon the bamu night by common coun
cil. Misses Yarrington Entertain.
Misses ' yiiiTlngton entertained a
number of their friends last evening
at their homo on Wayne street, in
honor of their cousin, Miss Best. A
high-class musical programme was
' rendered, and a very enjoyable evening
K Ydu Can Think When the Food
f t v
S " flakes Your Brain Work,
he mind docs not work nronerlv un-
. ..less the right kind of food Is furnished.
"A ymuig man studying- telegraphy said
that Ills progress was ery slow, It
""seemed impossible for lilm to pick up
the art and understand It.
, ,ile suffered continually with stomach
""trouble and could not. digest his food
properly, and he finally got s,o he could
do but Httlo work,ui)d was tempted to
give up his studleV altogether.
About that time noiue one told him
.boUt the brain food Grape-Nuts and
-ne went In for It. In a short time u
, very remarkable change took place.
Jtlsstomach recovered and ho became
Xreejrqm headaches, His hand was no
longer nervous and trembling when ho
uwdi the key, and. tho whole mystery
of telegraphy untangled Itself, for, as
he says, "I had the mentu) power to
matfer.Jt, and the understanding came
WW, wen the mind was In poise and
, ,-iHe lit now holding a responsible posl-
tlon asan operator.
This Is but one' of the many Ulustra-
r 'tlons of 'the advantage of using food
' Purposely manufactured for rebuilding
the, broktn down gray matter in the
brain and nerve centers throughout the
-.body. The facts are there and can be
.proven to onyonejnaklng thd trial.
t Don't overtook the reeipS book in
eacK packet 'ox Orane-Nuts.
wns spent by those who were there.
Among those present were the follow
ing: Misses Kinnm Kohl, Grace Hnll,(
Minn Frank, Josephine Best, of Port'
Jervls, and Messrs. John Morgan, Ed
ward Ynrrlngtoti, William Swlgort and
BEREAN BAPTIST CHURCH.
Rev. Thomas De Cruelty, D. D., Will
Conduct Tomorrow's Services.
The Borean liaptlst congregation will
havo lhe privilege of enjoying the ser
vices of Dr. Do Gruehy tomorrow, who
will conduct tho men' prayer meeting
nt 0.45, teach tho young men's Blblo
class and preach both morning and
evening. Tho well-known Scranton
pastor Is so much appreciated hero that
doubtless large congregations will at
tend nil the services.
Dr. Do Gruehy will be tho guest of
Mr. George B. Davis.
Strikingly Shown in the Bolt That
Shattered the Dwelling Owned by
ex-Select Councilman Thomas 31.
The sharp flash of lightning, followed
by a roll of thunder which fairly shook
the city during the storm of early yes
terday morning, left destruction In Its
Tho bolt struck the store nnd dwell
ing on South Main street hill, owned
by ex-Select Councilman Thomas M.
Nealon, gnd occupied by the family
of Michael Kerlns. The destructive
power of the lightning wrecked tho
rear portion of the house, and gave the
occupants nn experience from which
they emerged without Injury, though
by the closest margin.
Tho lightning struck the chimney,
nnd following It down, lipped out a
corner of the house and tore away a
part of tho roof. The plaster was
stripped off and fell down on the occu
pants of the bods, which Mrs. Kevins
and her daughters occupied. Fortu
nately none of them were Injured, but
they wpre fearfully terrified. . Mrs.
Kerlns became almost hysterical, be
cause she felt the shock most. Her
cries were heard by Mr. Nealon, who
came to the family's assistance. They
wore removed to the home of Mrs.
Schoff, where their fears subsided.
No lire resulted, though the air was
heavy with sulplnnous fumes. The
damage that was done was a forceful
illustration of tho destructive power
of lightning. Pieces of the building
were torn out and hauled high into tho
air. A door was ripped from Its fas
tenings, plaster was stripped from the
ceilings and walls, lathes were splint
ered nnd the glass in the windows
was broken and crushed as if pounded
under a hammer. Tho house "was dis
turbed throughout and not a door can
bo closed. The force of the shock ex
tended to the Nicol home, 150 feet away,
shattering several windows.
MUS. PALETIIA HOGANCAMP .died
nt the home of her son, No. 40 Mill
street, Wednesday evening. A genera)
breaking down, due to her extreme old
ago, was the cause.
The funeral services were held yes
terday morning at tho home of her son.
They were conducted at S o'clock by
Bev. A. F. Chnlfee, pastor of the
Methodist Eolscopal church. Tho do
ceased was then taken to S.ilem,
Wayne county, and Interment made In
Mrs. Hogancnmp was a woman who
was generally liked In tlris city, and
leaves a vast circle of friends who will
miss her loving ways very much. Sho
was a member of the Methodist Episco
pal church of this city and attended
the services whenever it was possible
for her to do so.
She Is survived by one son, John
Hogancamp, of this city, and one sis-'
ter, Amanda Belcher, of Susquehanna.
Mrs. T. A. Kirkwood, of this city, has
received the sad news of the death of
her father, Owen Harrington, at Ledgo
dnlo, Wayne county, which was his
home. Deceased was 71 years of age,
an upright citizen, who was highly re
spected by all who knew him. He was
well known in this city, and he will bo
missed by all who knew his sterling
qunllties. Tho funeral will take place
this morning at Lcdgedale, wi,th u high
mass of requiem.
An Inspection Tour.
City Engineer Kupp and James Solo
mon, J. D. Davis and T. F. Barrett, of
the select council, and E. H. Stone, A.
J. ILiinedy and AY. II. Masters, com
mon council, wore on un Inspection tour
around tho city yesterday. They had
special Instructions to Investigate tho
claims inudo for damages at Monday
night's meeting of council, and they
also viewed Fallbrook creek, in order
to suggest to the councils some plan
to relievo tho people of Brooklyn street
from further damage by the overflow
of the stream. Their report promises
to be nn Interesting one.
Visitors at Idle Hour Glen.
"Idle Hour Glen," at Crystal lake,'
wnero a party oi carbondale young
folks is camping, had tho following
visitors this week; MIhsch Annie Fnr
rell, Annie Spall, Mamie Fnrrell, Mary
Fltzp.itrlck, Nellie and Hose O'Bourke,
Kate Gllllgan, Maria Mullady and John
Suffering from a Sore Eye.
Mary Vusen, ot Eighth avenue, who
Is known as Mary, tho Dane, through
her practice of fortune-telling, Is a
patient at Emergency hospital, she
was received yeslerduy for treatment
for an Inflamed eye. Tho nllment Is
not menacing to lier sight, nnd wljl be
relieved after a brief treatment.
Conferred Second Degree,
Tho Curbondale council, Knights of
Columbus, conferred the second degree
on twenty-four candidates last evening,
The officers were assisted by J. p,
Qulntmn, Matt Brown, It. J, Bourke
and Richard O'Brien, jr., of Scranton.
With the Sick.
Dr. If, C. Wheeler Is quite 111 at
his homo on Church street.
Funeral Director K. J, McHale, who
has been severely II at his home, on
North Main street, la rapidly Improv
ing. Miss Dix Won. the Doll.
Mle Edna Dlx,' of this rity, was
quite lucky this week, winning the
IT'S READY COOKED-APPEALS
lTRYABITA FOOD CO., Battle Creek, Mich.
handsome doll which was chanced off
by Mlzpah lodge, Daughters of Ke
bokah, of Jermyn. The doll was exhib
ited In this city for some time and won
the admiration of the young folks.
Ticket No. T27 was the lucky one.
At Trinity Church.
At the evening service In Trinity
church tomorrow, tho choir will be as
sisted by Miss Lydla Sailer and Prof.
George Walkinshaw, of Scranton. Miss
Mina Frank and Miss Isabel Mitchell
will sing solos and the male chorus will
also sing. The progiamme will bo as
Solo, "My Shepherd Is the Lord, My
God" (Greely); organ nnd violin, Pre
lude; solo, "The Day Is Ended" (Bart
lett); solo, "Praise the Lord" (Han
del); chorus, "Piom Bgypt's Bondage"
(Page); solo, "The Plnins of Peace"
(Barnard); male chorus, "My Heavenly
Home" (Decker); solo and chorus,
"From Thy Love ns a Father" (Gou
nod); organ and violin, 'Andante (Iteff);
offertorj-, "Hallelujah Chorus" (Han
del). Granted a Pension,
Notification of an allowance of a
pension having been granted to Mrs.
M. Teresa Smith, of this city, formerly
widow of Warner C. Tower, late of
Company B, Sixth New York volun
teers, for $12 per month, was received
yesterday from Hon. William Council,
member of congress for this district.
St. .Paul's Lutheran Church.
Ninth Sunday after Pentecost. Sab
bath school at 9.30 a. m.; services at
lO.SO a. m. Sermon on St. Peter's and
St. Paul's answer to the question:
"What must we do to bo saved?" Acts,
11:37 and xvl:30. All are cordlully wel
come to attend.
THE PASSING THRONG.
John II. Joulau, of Scranton, general
manager of the l.ako Lodoru Impdove
incnl company, madu a business trip to
Miss Josephine IiC3t, of Port Jervls, is
spending tho week with her cousin, Miss
Maiy Yarrington, of Wuyno street.
Miss Emma Knhl, of Washington
street, has lclurncd homo after u week's
visit with filonds in Seinntun.
Miss Rom O'Mallcy, of Piltston, is
visiting relatives In town for u couple of
Miss Agnes Fofman, of Pltlston culled
on Cnrbondalo friends yesterday.
SIlui TMuu Itlltan Is seriously ill with
tho measles -at her home on Brook street.
Mioses Gertrude Dennis, Clara Watt,
Helen Iluthawuy, Buth Bailey and llazol
Wheeler havo returned homo after a
profitable week's outing at Clifford.
Mr. and Mis, John Carr and family, of
Newark. O., aro visiting Thomas Mona
ghan, of Seventh avoiuio.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Uucrln spent yes
tcrdny In Uonessdalo.
Bobert Reeves, of L'niontown, a district
Mipciintcndeni ot tho Prudential Insur
anco company, is tpendlng his vacation
iu this city. Mr. Hooves was formerly
connected with tho loeal offico of tho
nbovo company. His many filcnds will
bo glad to learn of the miccoss of his
woik in the western part of this state.
Misses Edith Snierl and Florence
O'Neill attended tho Young Men's Insti
tute boclal In Jermyn Thursday night.
Misses Pearl and Blanche Oliver, ot
Port Jervls, mo visiting iclatives in
Miss Maitlui Blink, of Darto avenuo,
is spending her vacation at Preston
Park, Her mother, Mis. John Brink,
who has been thoro for several days 10
turned home Tluusduy.
airs. Bllua aiimu is enjoying a few
days' stay at Poyntollo.
John Brink, of Darto avenue, is in
Syracuse, N. Y,
Norman Cogglns and Archie McMInn
wcio in Forcbt City last ovening attend
ing a wcddiiigtoceptlon,
Mrs. Amelia Daley, of Cleveland, O.,
who has been tho guest of Mis. A. C.
Purple, of South Washington street, for
a cuuplo of weeks, left Thursday to visit
friends at lier old homo In Chenango
county, Now York,
Misses Alice Brown and Mume I.arkin
spent Thursday ovening with friends in
Mrs. T. It, Evans and her grandson,
D.iu Evans, aio visiting at the home of
Mr. Decker In Clluord.
Miss Alary Yunnan and Miss Ruth
Knupp aro visiting friends In Danville,
Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan and daugh
ter, Marlon, uio rusticating near Wind
sor, N, Y,
Misses Mamla and Maud Stophcns loft
yesterday for Hopcsdalo, whero they will
visit f i lends for a week.
Miss Ciiaca llumphroy, of Salem nvo
uuo, Is at Elk lake as tho guest of Miss
Miss Etta Felts, Is In CJIfford visiting
fi lends. ,
Miss I.lda arcucll, of Salem avenuo, ro
lurnud homo Thursday from Brooklyn,
Pa., whet a sho has beeo spending some
time with her mother,
Edward Bradley lias gono to New York
city, If ha secures suitable employ
ment ha may take up hi restdeaco there.
Mrs. a. W. Davis, of North Scranton,
Is tho guest of friends In Carbondale.
Fred Brown, of Wllkcs-Ilarre. was a
caller at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. John
Mrs. J. A. Blown, daughters and son,
of Hones-dale, uio noaiding the picscnt
week as guests pf Mr, und Mrs. Ficd G.
Fran.k Doylo left yesterday morning
for a Bhort visit with Honesdale friends.
Misses Elizabeth Ford and Josephine
The Arrival of food
stuffs from Europe.
Saved manv a efnrviner rntnnu nf mi,.-
forefathers to-day America furnishes
tho world her foodstuffs, and since the
aavent ot tno now scientifically pepton
ized and celory-impreglnated
America is destined tn nt lnncf hrlr.
fast tho world upon this newpredigested
Wheat flako food. Eminent physicians
io.ujr ....it ,i luanusiivu, vigorous Diooa
and feeds tremulous nerves to a state of
normal health. It's (ho mn nf ii,
wheat, and every indieestive and nnn.
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iiuimivu iuicu id cniireiyenminated. It
to uiuuu iu suwuuuuinKsor nerinnt n .
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uuiuu uuu uy Arm I uniUN LAHUK.
TO ECONOMICAL HOUSEWIVES.
Leanard, of Wllkes-Barro, have returned'
home after a week's visit with Miss Ag
nes Walker on Washington street.
Miss Eugenia Gaglon, of WllUcs-Barre,
Is tho guest of the Mlsse3 O'Bourke on
South Wyoming street.
Miss Mary Tlghc, of Scranton, is thp
guest of Miss Tillio Nealon.
Miss B. Jordan, of tho West Side, has
returned homo after spending the past
four months In Chicago.
Miss Louise Neer, of Hartwlck, N. Y.,
Is the guest of her aunt. Mrs. D. D. Kel
ly, on H'oodlawn avenue.
Bov. Fathers Georgo Dovine nnd Ed
ward S. Devinc, of Baltimore, are visit
ing relatives in this cltv.
Misses Anna and Francis Cosgrove,
Julia Stiomo and Captain Mornn, George
Walsh, Frank Campbell, Alfred Gegln,
of Wllkes-Barre, were entertained by
tho Misses Noruh und Carmel O'Hcain
Miss Anna Walsh, of Plttston. is vis
iting relatives In this city.
Misses Galena and Fnrrell. of Provi
dence, aro visiting iclatives in this city.
Miss May Aclnms, of Poith Jervis, is
IJio guest of Mrs. John F. Sullivan, on
South Terrace street.
Charles Whitelock spent Thursday at
J. N. Scott, of Tunkhnnnock, was n
visitor In town Thursday.
Foster, hho photographer, is adding a
now printing loom to his studio on North
Mnin street, he Is also adding a new
porch to It.
Councilman Gnbrlel Pucllano. of Dim-
daft street, left Wednesday for Now
York city. Ho was joined at Scra'uton by
Joseph Cassese After doing tho metro
polis for soveral days thoy will go to
Abbury Paik for a foitnighfs stay.
F. E. Low, a Paterson, N. J., business
man, is taking a trip for plensuro ana
business through the country in his nil
tomobile. Ho came to this city from
Honesdale on Wednesday.
Very Bov. T. F. Coffey returned yes
teiduy morning from the west whero
ho went to recuperate after his recent
illness. Tho trip benefited him greatly.
Michael Barbour, until recently an nt-
tacho of tho Leader, has accepted a po
sition in Bayonne, N. J.
Patrick Lynch, of Gordon avenue, has
icturiicd fiom Austin, where he lias
been employed in a lumber camp for
E. W. Reynolds and A. W. Burdlck
spent yesterday at Crystal lake.
Norman Mas-on, of Powdorly road,
whoso hand was shattered on Fourth of
July by the explosion of a cannon crack
er, and who was confined to the Emer
gency hospital for somo time, has fully
lccovered and expects to resume his
duties next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McDonald, of
Franklin avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. Dcla
hoy, of Wyoming street, aro rejoicing
over tho birth of baby boys. '
JERMYN AND MAYFIELD.
The statement of 'the First National
bank of Jermyn nt the close of business
on July 1G has been Issued In neat form
and presents some figures that arc most
gratifying to the officers und stockhold
ers of tho institution. In its resources
are loan. $S,S3S; duo from national banks,
J19,9SI; cash and reserve. J0.0G1!, and other
Items making a total of JaS.Kij.o:;, Thoro
aro deposits amounting to JK,S4:'.59 at tho
end of its first two months of business
nnd tho capital stock paid In Is $21,850.
Jermyn people mc taking a lively Inter
est In the Institution, which has aheady
established It-olf as ono of tho reliable
and progressive banking houses of tho
The celebration of St. Jnmes Day yes
terday by tho congregation and Sunday
school children of St. James church was
a very pleasant affair. After the ser
vices in tho chinch tho children nnd
many of tho cougtegatlon spout tho en
tire day upon tho lawn, whero sand
wiches, b.innnns and ico cream weio
served and numerous pastimes Indulged
In The children particularly hud a light
The Miuino band gave nn open nlr
concert In front of the Hotel Avery last
ovening, which was much enjoyed by a
largo thrcng of listeners.
The Retail Clerks' association recently
elected officers ns follows; President,
Morton Wheeler; Hist vice president,
Elizabeth A. Roche; second vice prcil
dent, James McCarty: recording seeie
tory, Allen Hall; financial secretary,
Elizabeth Collins; treasurer. Murguiot
Davis; guuul. Wlufietd. Cudlin: culde.
Mrs. Muyiinrd R, Thompson left on
Wednesday to spend bonio time with her
parents at Buffalo, N, Y.
Row Naboth Osborne, of Mnltoon, III.,
Is lulling at tho homo of his sister, Mrs,
Thomas J. Williams, of Third street,
Ptof, Gcoigo Evans, of Kingston, spent
tsterday with Postmaster GrllHths.
Mrs. Richard Lewis is visiting ut Port
Jervlf. N, Y,
William Seymour nnd W, J. Toman aro
working on tho Cannon Ball road at
Mrs: W. S. Badger and Mrs. M, J,
Shields will spend next week at Preston
Sirs, A. J. Baker and children, of Dur
yea, aro visiting Jermyn relatives.
Mr. Philip Baker, ot Mulu btreot, who
has been 111 for tho past week, Is bald
to be suffering with a blight attack of
George Bennett, of Second street, was
given a burpriso party by a number of
hli young ft lends nt his homo on See.
ond stieet Tuesday evening in honor of
his blithday. The evening wns very
pleabiintly speurund refreshments were
served at a seasonable hour. Those pies,
ent were: Misses Susie Williams, Lizzie
Mann, Emma Ncthcrton, Emma Whlt
beck, Lily and May PUer, Clara Nichol
son, Lucy und BcssIq. Bennett, Wanelta
Lewis, Helen and Nclva Netherton, of
Wyoming; Sidney Waters, Thomas Mel
low, Nornian Williams, Robert Jones,
William Langman, LMdlo Bennett and
Connolly & Wallace
Connolly & Wallace!
Tho Business Men and Young Hickories
base ball clubs will play the deciding
'game of the present series on tho School
Hous grounds this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Each club has won two games, and tho
deckling coolest will bo watched with
Gomer J. Rtcso Is much Improved from
h'.s recent prostration, which at tho tlmo
caused his friends and family no little
Miss Mabel Williams, who Is camping
at Lake Chapman, called on friends in
Mrs. Georgo Cooper and daughter,
Ethel, of Jermyn, spent Thursday with
Mis, Barney Messenger, of tho West
Mr. nnd Mrs. Geoigo Travis, of Hick
ory street, are tho proud parents of a
young on, in-rn July 23.
Tlie Temple Coal company aro con
structing a new and Improved steam
plant at their Lackawanna colliery,
which, when completed, will glvo them
additional facilities for Increasing their
Tho auditors' report of tho Blakely
school board is certainly a credit to tho
members, all of whom havo evidently
worked unceasingly for the Interests of
tho district as well as their constituents.
N. II. Johnson nnd family will leave
tho foro p-irt of tho week for a few
weeks' M'cafion near Orson, up tho On
tario und western railroad.
Mrs. David Jonc, of Clifford, was
called home Thursday by tho berlous
Illness of her father, G, J. Reese, of
Norlh Main street.
Mrs. W. J. Broad was a visitor at
The Baptist Sunday school enjoyed a
basket picnic In White's Grove yester
day, when all picbcnt enjoyed u plcusunt
Miss Lena Gendull, daughter of Rev.
nnd Mis, Francis Gendull. Is expected
home fiom her vacation In New York
Tluunub Mack, of tho West Side, has
under waj n handsome new resldenco
adjoining Councilman Charles Brong's,
on Hlckoiy street. When completed, Mr.
Mack will occupy it ns a permanent
homo for lilmbclf and family.
Miss H. Tallott, of Jermyn, who wns
hero attending tho Ford-Gallughor wed
ding, ha? returned home.
Attorney Joseph F. Gllroy has com
mi'iccd tho erection of what will be,
when completed, a hnndsomo now rest
deuce, on tho site of tho Dr. Slckler prop
el ly. Tho building of a new homo by
Attorney Gllroy looks rather suspicious,
and It will now bo In order for Joseph
lu explain who tho fortunuto young
housekeeper Is to be.
L'eluwuro und Hudson passenger
train No, 21, going north, stiuck and
killed a cow just below tho Peckvlllo de
pot Thursday evening, detaining tho
train cloven minutes before tho ubsturc
tlon was removed.
Tho Presbyterian church Rev. S. II.
Moon, D, D,", pastor. Services Sunday at
10,30 it. m. and 7.30 p. m.; subject lu tho
morning. "Tho Veiled Future." A short
sennon In the evening, subject, "Miracles
Unavailing," All aro welcome.
Mis. Josephluo Mott, of Mntt Have?, Is
entertaining n house paity of Phlludol
phluns, Including Mr. uutl Sirs. Samuel
Huckel, Miss Hazel Klrko Huckol, Mas
ter Earlo Huckel and Miss Anna Pen
Sirs. R. B. Nicol was a Peckvlllo vis
C. F. Uuniion, of Olyphuut, was a busl.
ncss caller In town yestoiday,
John A. Ford Is In Scranton, whero no
nll have churgo of Kearney's drug store
during Ills summer vacation.
Mr, and Mrs. Jumes McDonnell and
Mi-B. James McDonnell spent ycbteiday
at LnUo I.odoie.
Miss Jennie Kearney js visiting rela
tives In Sciuntou.
MUs Octzel, of Scranton, Is visiting
Miss Anna Ueiblsr.
Tho Misses Emma Glldea, Jennie Gil-
y?TP3f UKiwnmiTMniiti nirea u void Jttrjburj
Scran ton's Shopping;
Closes at Noon
gallon and Kalo Wright wcro among
those who attended tho danco at Jermyn
Miss Boss Callaway was a caller In
Mr. Lynch, of Olyphnnt, was a caller
In town yesterday.
Joseph Muiphy spent Thursday evening
with friends in Jcimyn.
John Bicnnan and Thomas Moran
weio callers in Scranton Thursday even
Mrs. Biglln has returned from a visit
with Scianton relatives.
Tho young child of Mr. nnd Sirs. Petci
Ealond died yesterday morning after a
brief illness. Tho remains will bo burled
In St. Patrick's cemetery today.
Bev. James Williams, of Slatington,
will occupy tho pulpit in tho Congrega
tional church tomorrow morning and
Services will be held at tho usuul tlmo
in tho Blakely Baptist church tomor
row morning and evening by Rov. David
Spencer D. D,, pastor.
W. U. Smith, of Factoryvllle, was a
visitor iu town yesterduy.
James Golden, of Parsons, spent yester
day at this place.
Sllss Muud Kelly bus returned from a
visit at Kurrowsburg, N. Y.
The infant child of Sir. and Sirs. W.
T. Brown, of Fern Hill, died of convul
sions Thursday night. Tho funcrul will
bo held this afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. In
t( rment will bo made In Union cemetery.
SIIss Annio Daily and John Dally, of
Lubultc, Iowa, are Isltlug their aunt,
SIis. Thomas Slonoluin, of Dunmorc
Sirs. C. S. Lcwilcy and children have
returned homo after spending a week
Sir. and Sirs, Harry Howard aro visit
ing relatives at South Gibson.
Sirs. John Sloigan, of Wllkes-Barre, Is
tho guest of Sir. and Sirs. R. J. Mat
thews, of Blakely.
Sllss Nclllo Murphy, of Scranton, is tho
guest of Sir. and Sirs. J. J. O'SIalloy, of
Sirs. Mary Probert has returned home,
after spending several weeks at Edwards-
Mr. and SIis. John Sloore, Sirs. Philip
Slooro and chlldieu havo returned homo
liom u visit with Blnghumtou relatives.
Sirs. Laura Warwick, of Blnglmmton.
N, Y is tho guest of nor nieco, SIis.
Samuel Brodhcnd, Jr.
Oeorge N.iylor has gono to Bridgeport,
Conn., where ho has secured it position.
Sirs. Dairy Slniidnder and -Mrs. Addi
son snent Thursday nt Nay Aug park.
Sir. and Sirs. E, Drake spent Wednes
day with fi lends lu Scranton.
Tho Sllsses Urodhcad weio visitors In
Taylor on Thursday,
Rov. G. C, Jacobs has returned from a
week's visit with tiicnds In Cundor,
Sirs. Willis Reese, Sirs, Georgo Johns
and SIis. William Holder spent Thursday
Sirs. SI. II. Keller visited with friends
In Olyphant tho past week,
WORDS OF WOMEN.
A plain woman tukes prlda In her
filcnds, a beautiful woman In her ene
mies. A woman will often say no, when sho
means yes; but never yes, when sho
Tho normal woman Is capablo of ono
jovo nud fifty affairs,
A woman's rhavity sometimes begins
away from pome, and thou remains there,
A young girl is tho nearest approach
to an angel that we have ami, tho most
It has necr yet been decided whether
a woman Is happier when happy or when
When a woman is thoroughly tired, sho
finds nothing so refreshing as a nice long
This (ignftiare Is on every bos of the 1M
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All Acuto and Chronic Diseases of Mori,
Women und Children. NKRYQUS,
CHRONIC, BRAIN. FEMALE ami
WASTING DISi;.BK3 A SPEOIAflT.
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