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THJL SCHANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1902.
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i Tc News of Carbondale.
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1 kept very busy
'Magistrates Atkinson, Jones, Delevan
i and Bunnell Hear Cases and Place
2 tho Various Defendants Under
The second ense was a charge of
keeping a gambling house. The prose
cutor wns Francis Costo anil tho de
fendant Joe Itego. Itego furnished $200
ball for nppenrance at court. The next
case was culled nnd Costo charged Mrs.
Joseph rtego with calling him a scab.
Costo stated thut on August 12, Mrs,
Hego eunio Into his ,store on Ucltnont
street, called him abusive names and
also culled him n scab. Mr. Costo sold
'that It might Injure his business. She
furnished 5100 ball.
A warrant was Issued by the nldcr
lnan for the arrest of Frank Weymnn.
Alamandu Hrown charged hlni with
the larceny of a watch which he pawned
at John Jones' store,
Alderman Atkinson's court on Pike
street was the scene of several cases
Monday ovenlns. The llrst one to be
called was a charge of making threats
and following ludles. The prosecutor
was Aiinptll Mumfrcdl and the defend
ant Hoeco Ollmerl,
Mrs. Mumfredl stated that on several
occasions when she was on the street
'the defendant would follow and annoy
her very much, she also stated he at
tempted to break Intu her home on
r.eluiont street one night about three
'weeks ago. The defendant was held In
5100 bail. J, J. Kmmctl went his bail.
Before Alderman- Jones.
P: A. Duffy was arreted by Constable
Neary and brought before Alderman
.Tcnca on a charge of larceny preferred
by William Maliady, the taxidermist.
The story runs as follows: Some time
ago Muhady placed some stuffed birds
on exhibition In Duffy's store window.
After n period he called for his birds
but Duffy claimed the rats nan eaten
them. Maliady had some outside In-loi-iwitiou
that refuted this statement
nnd after repeated trials to regain
possession of ids specimens he had a
search warrant sworn out. At the
healing yesterday morning attorney R.
Y). Rtuait represented Mahady and
Duffy was held in 00 ball.
At Delevan's On Belmont.
Daniel Gallagher, of Simpson, caused
the arrest of Ike Baldwin, of the same
place, on two serious charges. The
lirst wns for Ike's threat to kill the
plaintiff. The second charge was for
carrying concealed weapons and shoot
ing firearms. The hearing was held
yesterday afternoon and during the
proceedings It was plainly shown by
the evidence that the accused was a
dangerous man. 'When arrested he ex
hibited a revolver of a large calibre to
Constable Emmott. The alderman put
him under bail to the extent of $200.
Another interesting case was tried
before Aldenrfan Delevan. of the Sixth
ward, Monday night when John Splz
alrrl hud Sam Costa brought before the
alderman on the charge of asault and
battery. The alderman thought the
3ame as John and held Costa in the
sum of $300 bail for his appearance at
day, after having been In that Institu
tion for ten months.
STREET CAR PLUNGES
OFF A BRIDGE
A Street Cor Filled with Passengers
Runs Off Bridge and Drops Eight
Feet Into a Creek One Passenger
t There was an nccldcut on the line of
the Carbondale nnd ticrnnlon Ti action
conipnny last night at G o'clock, near
th power house, south of this city, that
had an unprccendonted ending, consid
ering the nature of the casualty,
TJie car was heavily laden with pas
sengers, and while ctosslng the bridge,
"near the power houe, jumped tho
trucks, and before anybody could alight
plunged over tho structure Into tho
anal below. The patsengers wne
thrown hi every conceivable direction,
and rccehed many Injuries, but one
person, Kcesc Jones, of Providence, was
t-ciinusdy squeezed about the legs. The
niotorniiin and conductor weio unhurt,
tae for a complelo netting- by their
plunge Into the nvek.
The car was firmly wedged against
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lunalncd snifltolently near the track
to ob'itiuct the passage of cars for
eight or nine hours. The Injured man
iv.is taken iu his home In 1'rovldonre,
where he is s'lffcilng much pain, lie
left the l.uU:a wanna hospital yester-
TIIK UNIUiADl'd SON
Eat Eight by a Boarder,
Most iiNiplo are creatures of habit,
fhi. person who thinks ho cannot get
along without his morning drink of cof
fee Is pretty hard to convince unless ho
lis treated like Mrs, Clara Hoffman, of
"Portland, Ore,, treated her landlady's
MoiJTBfio says: "Having suffered with
stmr!uli4vouble. foiv'sevcral yeai3, I de
termined to discontinue the use of cof-fei"nnd-try
Postuni food Coffee,-
"I carefully followed directions for
'making nnd tho result wns a" beverage
JfSIT- UKPS.'1!" Q ',0 tus.te. I Induced
jny huatiand' to' give It a "trial and soon
noticed Hih Improvement.
v "He complained of 'heart trouble,' but
s ho drank coffee I tell sure that this
'as the cause, It proved to be so, for
jiftcr J)nvii used Postum for a short
jjtmehls 'heart trouble' completely d(p
,juioeatrd,; "kaypar. wo -went 12ast, and while
yhere boaided with a prlvnto fumly.
IOin;landlu,rly complained of sleepless-,
Ciiesg'anjd.jier son" of obstinate stomach
.IrouMtM 'If was a. plain case of coffee
olsonlntfjin both, knowing what Pos
tum bad ijone for me, I advised a trial,
Jjut tho'son declared he wanted none of
"that"weak, watery ntuff.' Well, I had
..teeh making Postum Coffee for myself
.land husband and'next morning I offered
.'hltn.a.cup and, lie drank It, not know
.Injj what It, was. 'Well,' I sold, 'you
"leeni lb' llke'Postum, after all.' 'What,'
,jho exclaimed, 'that was not Postum;
."Why, ha tasted fine. Mother Jf you
learn to make It like this I will always
Brink It,' . The next; jnornlng she
Avatched mo and I explained the Im
portance of allowing it ta boll long
Enough. After that we all drank It
Regularly and our landlady aifd her eon
- ioon began (a get well. They continued
tVuse af(er ve returned home,' and re-
- :enly wrote me that (hey ijre JmprQV
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DEATH OF MRS. VOQEI,.
A Highly Respected Resident of Ca
naan Street Passed Away.
Mrs. John Vogel, of Canaan street,
passed nwny yesterday morning, after
a long Illness with dropsy. Although
she hud been III for a long time, It
v.'us but recently that her condition
was considered to bo critical.
Mrs. Vogel was formerly Miss Cath-
etlne Hansen. She was born In Ger
many nbout thlrty-Ilvo years ago, but
had spent the greater portion of her
life In this city. She was a woman of
most admirable character and was held
In the highest esteem by a host of warm
Mrs. Vogel Is survived by her hus
band, two children, John and Lizzie,
two sisters, .Mrs. Jncob Ncuser nnd
Miss Lizzie Hansen, and throe brothers,
Andrew, Gus and Joseph Hansen, all of
this city. The funeral will take place
on Thursday morning. Interment will
be made In St. Hose cenietery.There
will bi fiineiyil mass over the remains
In St. Hose church at 0 o'clock.
BLOWERS VS. BLOWERS.
Archbald and Honesdale Hot Aeron
auts to Cross Horns Labor Day.
One of the funniest games of base
ball of the season will be played at Lake
Lodoic on Labor day, between the
Archbald Suns-els nnd the Honesdale
Tigers. Next to the Crescents every
body will admit that both would make
pretty fair clubs If they were familiar
with the national game. Both clubs
take 11 Just pride in the fact that they
went up against our "pets" pretty hard
once or twice. A lot of Carbondale
people will go over to see tho enemy
destroy each other and to jolly the
fellows. The Archbald club tilled this
town, with a lot of hot air blown from
iron lungs through brass or tin horns
In honor of their great defeat, but we
will forgive them for that. But the
Honesdnle glass-blowers are so badly
broken up over the smashing we gave
them that they are forever afraid to
meet us and never forgave us for the
bat-hammering we gave their vltrious
pretentions and the Injury defeat
wrought on their brittle feelings. We
will bo there horn-blowers and glass
blowers, to see the windy way you can
play ball. Carbondale will go along to
get a good look at the Honesdale curios
ities, the club that Is too refined to
come in touch with the "dusty coal
heavers'' of this anthracite town.
John Gaffney, of Brooklyn Street, and
Philippine Yancy Pass Away.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gaffney, of
Brooklyn street, are mourning the
death of their ten weeks' old son, John,
who passed away yesterday of stomach
trouble. The parents have heartfelt
sympathy in their bereavement. The
funeral w 111 be hold this afternoon at
3.30. Interment will be made in St.
Philippine, the five weeks' old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Yancy, of 17.1 Belmont street, passed
away Monday night. The funeral will
be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Burial will be made in St. Rose cemetery.
Society circles have been thrown Into
a state of delightful expectancy by nefs
of tho engagement and approaching
nuptials of two of the towns' most
popular young people, Miss Margaret
Marcy and Edward Pardon. Owing to
their prominence in social circles, the
onnouncement of full details of the
happy event will be eagerly awaited.
The wedding will take place on Wed
nesday, Sept. 17. The bride to be is a
charming young lady nnd a favoiite
among a wide circle of friends. Mr.
Purdon is greatly esteemed by all who
know him as a young man of most ex
Teachers of Fell Placed.
The Fell township school board have
placed the teachers of their district as
C'oalbrook school Margaret McDon
nell, principal; Bridget Gethlns (from
Silk mill school).
Fallbrook scliool Genevieve Blrs,
from Crystal lake.
Crystal Lake school Julia Llewellyn
Silk Mill school Agnes Brennan,
principal, and Helen Judge, from Fall
Xo. 1 scliool, Simpson John V. De
lnney, principal; Knthryn Healy, Inter
mediate: Agnes Boyle, primary, and
Warren Tract school Johanna Mur
phy. Itlchmondale school Elizabeth Shree
hnn, The following Janitors wero nlso
elected: Cnalbrook school, Mrs. James
Brennair SHU Mill school, Mrs. John
Brennan; No. 1 school, Mrs. John Gallagher.
Many Carbondnlians Going to the
Attractive bill are displayed In var
ious places throughout the city, od
vertlslng the groat Toronto exposition,
which will bo held this year from Sept.
1st to 12th. This fair Is always a great
favorite with Carbondale people, and
we have heard many signify their In
tention of arranging to spend their
vncatlon at Niagara Falls and Toronto
during Fair time, Many, no doubt, will
take advantage of the Erie's $4 excur
sion from here on the morning of
Attended n Trolley Dance,
The following well-known young peo
ple attended a dance given by a trolley
party from Seranton, held In Archbald
Monday night; Misses Edith Smurl,
Alico O'Mulley, Mary Early, Annu Bro
gan, Florenve O'Neill, Margaret Oster
hout, Elizabeth Meehun; Messrs, Jos
eph Heardon, Muthew Clark, Illchurd
Monaghan, Thomas Coleman, Richard
McCann, Samuel and David Harvey,
Fell Down Stairs. '
Mrs. R. W. Graves, an aged lady of
this city, mother of Mrs. Frunk Smith,
of Garfield avenue, fell down stulrs
yesterday and received severe Injuries
to her head,
Collision on Dundaff Street.
A buggy containing a young man and
lady, while coming down Dundaff street
yesterday, collided with, tho baggage
wagon of the American hotel. The re
A very Interesting game of baso ball
took place on Duffy's field yesterday
afternoon, when the Brokers succeeded
In defeating Abo Snhm's HnBorbacks,
by a close score of 22 to 21. Tho game
was full of fun, and everyone enjoyed
It very much. Tho contest wns one
sided at first, but that did not allay
tho Interest In It one whit. The tennis
did some clever work at times. An
other game will be played shortly.
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Mrs. E. M. Tollman and son and Mrs.
William Glbbs and daughter have gone
to South Gibson, where they will nt
tend the annual reunion of the Tall
man nnd Dlx families. Tho event will
take place todny.
P. A. Carroll, Hon. J. J. O'Neill, 13.
P. Burke, Hon. John Ncalon and J. W.
James were among thoso who attended
the Nenlon vobsequles In Seranton yes
terday. Miss Caroline Morss, of North Church
street, entertained the members of her
Episcopal Sunday school class last
night. The event wns In the nature of
a farewell to tjio Misses Ethel nnd
Hilda McMullon, Who leave shortly to
attend a state normal school.
John Byrne, of New York city, but
formerly a Carbondale boy, arrived
here Monday for a two weeks' stay.
Mr. Byrne Is an attache of the public
library In the metropolis and stands nn
excellent chance of rising In the liter
Itlchnrd Glbbs, who has been cm
ployed ns a bricklayer for a contractor
at Canada and Buffalo for the past six
months, Is home for a few days with
his family. He will leave hero today
for Oil City, where he will bo employed
Joseph Lindsay, of Tenth avenue, Is
Incapacitated for his work nt the Dela
ware and Hudson Main street shop, on
account of ,a very painfully afillcted
Excursionists were out In force Sun
day and It was the banner day at Sho
hola Glen, for the tickets sold for the
famous glen numbered over 4,200.
There will be a meeting of the Girls'
Mission band In the lecture room of the
First Presbyterian church this evening
at 7.30 o'clock.
Richard Davis, Mrs. Davis and Miss
Sharpies?, of Philadelphia, arrived In
town Saturday, on their way to Crystal
A. V. Seaman and John Gilbert are
In Susquehanna county today on a fish
Fred Gleason, who has been suffering
the past week with a felon on his right
hand, is able to resume his duties
It. "Willis Wilson hns accepted a posi
tion at the Clover Leaf Bobbin works.
Mrs. Charles Allen, of Blrkctt street,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. William
Toll, of Seranton.
Joseph Walsh and P. J. Kane, of
Providence, were In town last night.
Charles Evans and Paut Roeslgner
were among the number that attended
the dance In Archbald on Monday
Miss Hannah Connors, of Plttston, Is
the guest of her cousin, Miss Ann Nea
lon, on Pike street.
Mrs. Charlotte Berry and Miss Flor
ence Tonkin are spending a week In
Alfred Masters has gone to Schenec
tady for a week's visit.
Miss Cora Giles Is the guest of Miss
Blanche Whitney, of Honesdale.
William Collins, a former Carbon
dallan, but now a resident of New
York city, is visiting his family on
Fred Moses, of New York city, Is vis
iting Henry B. Singer, esq,, at Crystal
Miss Hannah Gllhool has returned
from Ell; lake, where she has been
spending the past two weeks.
Miss B. Mtigan, of Lanesboro, is vis
iting friends In this city.
Misses Mamie McLean and Angela
Blewltt, of Seranton, have returned
home, after spending the past few days
as the guests of Mlts Margaret Rudy,
of tho South Side.
Miss Mamie Ruddy returned to Phila
delphia Monday, after a two weeks'
visit with her parents on the South
Miss Janet Sawyer has returned from
an extended visit with relatives In Sau
gertles, N. Y. She was accompanied
home by her uncle, Henry Corse, who
will visit at Trinity rectory for several
Mr. Gardner, of Seranton, spent Sun
day as the guest of Sliss Ada Clemow,
on South Main street.
Master Basil McAvoy, of Seranton, Is
the guest of Martin Munley, of Church
Miss Mary Murphy left yesterday for
Providence, R. I., for a week's visit
Miss Marlon Mennlg, of South Main
street, Is visiting friends In Pottsville.
F. M, Clark, of the Postal Telegraph
company, 13 In New Mllford today on
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Treich, who
have been spending the past week at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brun
ner, on 'Belmont street, left yesterday
for their homo In Detroit.
Miss Lucy Westltike Is visiting friends
at Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
William Hathaway Is visiting his
parents, at their homo on Terrace
Miss Grace Hall Is visiting nt the
home of Miss Eleanor Kimble, Jn
Mies Harriot Ward, of Seranton, Is
visiting Miss Margaret Carden, on
Miss Iris Burns, of Seranton, is the
guest of Miss Emma Kahl, on Wyo
Roderick aillls, son of Dr. and Mis.
Glllls, of Park place, left on Monday
for Albany, N. Y ut which pluco ho
will bo employed ns timekeeper for
Burke Bros., tho contractors, of Seranton,
And all Forms of Itching
Scaly Humours Instantly
Relieved and Speedily
CURED BY CUTICURA.
Complete Treatment ($1), consists
of Cuticuha Soai to clcanso tho
skin of crusts nnd scales and soften tho
thickened cutlclo, Cuticuua Oint
ment, to Instantly nllny itching.
Irritation, nnd inflammation, and
soothe and heal, and Cuticura He
solvent Tills, to cool aud clcanso
tho blood. A Single Set is often
sufficient to cure tho most torturing,
disfiguring, itching, burning, blood
ing, scaly, crusted, and pimply hu
mours, when all else fulls.
MILLIONS USE CUTICURA SOAP,
assisted by Cuticuha Oimtmext for beautify,
lngtho Bkin, forclcansIugtlioecalp.nmlBtop.
ping of falling hnir, far softening nud whiten
ing the hands, for tmby itchlngs and rashes,
In baths for annaylnglrrltatlons and chaflngit,
or too frco or oflenslvo perspiration, for
many sanative, antiseptic purposes which
suggest themselves to women, and for all the
purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery.
CoTtouRA Resolvent Pills (Chocolate
Coated) aro a now, tasteless, odorless, eco
nomical substitute for the celobrated liquid
Cuticura Heiolvent, as well as for all other
blood purifiers and humour cures. In screw
cap vials, containing GO doses, price 25c.
Sold throofhout lh world. Soap, 13c. Oixtuikt,
toe., Fills, ttc. Brlllih Depotc tf-SS, Chirtcrhoun
8q I.ont!nn. French Dtpott S But da It Pelx. Ptrli.
Biittir 1)100 ASB Cutu. Coir., Bole Prof ., Boiton,
. o. A.
JEnMYN AND WAYFIELD.
The Jerniyn business men are con
siderably disappointed at not belnsr able
to Betunother Bulue with the Mayrleld
Dysentery Cured Without the Aid of
"I am Just up from a hard spell of the
llux" (dysentery) says Mr, T. A, Pinner,
n well known merchant of Drummond,
Tenn. "I used one small bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy und was cured without
having a detor. I consider It the best
cholera medicine in tho world." There
Is no need of employing' a doctor when
this remedy is used, for no doctor can
prescribe a better medicine for bowel
complaint in any form either for chil
dren or adults. It never falls and Is
pleasant to take, For sale by all drug
businessmen. Since the first game
the Jerniyn people have in every way
tried to Induce the Mnyfleld players to
consent to another game but because
the Jerniyn team Intended making a
change in their battery their rivals re
fused to play. After several attempts
Manager Mendelson finally consented
and an agreement was drawn up for
the game to be played last Friday but
Thursday, Mendelson notified the
Jerniyn men that tho game could not
be played because he had a sore hand.
Some of the Jcrinyn team are of tho
opinion their new battery has given
hlni a scare.
The game between the Jerniyn and
Mlnooka Y. M. I. teams, played on the
13ast Side grounds yesterday, attracted
a good sized crowd of spectators who
were treated to one of the best ex
hibitions of the game seen here for the
seuson, ending In victory for the locals
by a score of G-l. Fcatuies of the game
were Rosele's fielding and Monnhau's
batting. Curtis pitched an admirable
game for Jerniyn.
Charles Potter, of Seranton, has been
appointed manager of Nelson Morris &
company's Mayileld house. Mr. Potter
occupied the position several years ago
and his return is gratifying to his
Mrs. RIonahan and Miss Messitt, of
Carbondale, were callers in Jerniyn
MIfs Edith Maynurd, of South Main
street, has returned home after a three
week's visit with Wayne county friends.
Miss Fannie Badger who has been
spending a week hero returned to her
homo at Conklln, N. Y., yesterday.
Mrs. Terrell and Mrs. Schooley, of
Luzerne, wero yesterday the guests of
Mrs. John Mellow, of Cemetery street.
Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson and Miss
Polly Wilson returned to Seranton yes
terday after a pleasant visit with Mr.
and Mrs. William Glbbs, of "West
Mayfleld. Miss Margaret Glbbs accom
panied them home to visit relatives and
friends in Scrunton.
Miss Ward, a trained nurse from
Carbondale Is attending Mrs. C. A.
Battenberg who has been ill at her
home on South Main street, for several
Mrs. Bartley Mullen, of II street, Is
again quite 111.
A little daughter, yesterday gladden
ed the home of Mr, and Mrs. Samuel
Temby, of West Mnyfleld.
Mrs. Herman Kolfer was a Seranton
Attorney and Mrs. Carey are attend
ing the Carey reunion at Maplewood
Mrs. Vllhour. of Herkimer, N. Y.
has returned homo after u visit with
her brother, Justice of Peace Kelfer.
Miss Nellie McOowan, of Throop, was
a culler In town yesterday.
Misses Kate Sullivan and I.ucy
O'Hoyle, of Providence, have returned
home, nfter a pleasant visit In town.
Misses llattle Myers and Uattle Beck
have returned from Syracuse, N, Y
where they visited relatives.
Thomas White, of Providence, Is vis
iting In town,
Mrs. M. A. Foote and daughter,
Knthryn, were cullers In Carbondale
John r, Kearney was a caller In For
est City yesterday.
Miss Cella Grady has returned from
a visit with relatives In Wllkes-Barre,
Mrs. KUen Mahon attended the
funeral of the late Ann Nealon at Scran
Mr, and Mrs, UJehard Pettlgrew have
returned home from a visit to Wllkes
Barre. Mrs. Henry Bcaupre, of Delaware
street has returned from an extended
trip to Canada.
Miss .I.uuru nnd Master William
Murray, of Curbondale, are visiting
Miss Molllo Gallagher, of Lackawanna
B. Percy James, of Boston, is spend
ing his yucatlon here with his father.
Miss Katie Nealon Is visiting friends
In New York. '
Miss Nellla McAndrew has returned
A special meeting of the street com.
mlttco of council will be held In the
borough building tomorrow afternoon.
Matters pertaining to the sidewalk
Connolly & Wallace
Scranton's Shopping; Center
From Our Extensive Line of
You will at once notice the superior cloths, trim
mings and workmanship, the care and attention to details
of finish. The fit, the swing, the grace, hang and perfect
contour; bottoms nicely stitched and faced.
OO alkng Skirts, in "blue, black and grey,
"" some self stitched, slot-seam, flare bottom.
mO Walking Skirts, black cheviot and' black
vr and white, check, grays, tans, etc.
1f f( Walking Skirts, invisible checks and
" vvr plaids, in grays, oxheart red.
The new Walking Suits are here for your approval.
: Connolly & Wallace I
123-125-127129 Washington Avenue.
grade nlong Delaware street will bo
considered. All property owners along
said street are requested to be present.
Mr. arid Mrs. Andrew Patten, of Car
bondale, were callers In town yester
Miss Cora Jones, of Forest City, was
the guest of Miss Mary J. Davis, yes
terday. Miss Mary McNicholls returned from
South Gibson on Monday.
Mrs. D. L. Berry Is visiting In Union
dale. Miss Mary Evans, leaves today for
Spring Brook, where she will spend her
, OILINCJ HIGHWAYS.
A Process That Gives Them a Hard
Santa Barbara, Cal., has just com
nletpil somo careful and Industrious ex
periments in the line of oiling of public
highways. Work has been nnisneti on
eleven blocks of streets located In vari
ous parts of the city, and private Indi
viduals aro engaged In oiling streets In
front of their properties.
The process used has been carefully
followed, savs the Los Angeles Herald.
There are several stages, and care at
each is tne secret or me success ui
t.ilnnrl. Tho Rtrccta nre first of all
brought to a clean round grade. The
dirt Is made fairly fine, a spading har
row being used. This implement very
much resemoies a gang or cuiiers wun
deep notches cut from each cutting cir
cle. This grading does away with
chucltholes and makes the street as
even as possible before the oil is placrd.
Sprinkling with water follows tlio grad
ing. On several blocks sprinkling was
omitted to see what the effect would
be. The best blocks laid are those
where the sprinkling was done.
The oil was heated In Its car to make
It run easily and wns then hauled to
tho streets In a sprinkling enrt. The
cart Is driven slowly over tho street
and the oil runs upon the surface. Then
comes a second treatment with the
hnrrow and then a second coating of
oil. Harrowing for the third time mixes
the oil well with the earth, but gives
tho street n very nasty appearance.
Next comes the chief featuio of tho
process used by tho contractors. They
have rights to the use of a patented
tamping machine with which tho oil Is
worked Into the street. This machine
consists of n roller of wood Into which
are set rows of Iron spikes cneh n foot
long by two Inches thick and each
having a flattened head. The roller
rolls on the ends of these spikes nnd
mashes tno on almost oui oi signi uuo
the street. The treatment with this
roller hardens the surface nnd permits
the iiso of a heavy steam roller for tho
purpose of further packing and level
ing the street.
Tho iminmit nf nil mnv bfl varied.
About n hundred barrels were used to
n 4D0 foot block of sixty foot street,
Travel on these streets has hardened
them Into almost an asphalt surface as
the volatile parts of the oil have evaporated,
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, I.ucas
Fmnk J. Cheney makes oath that ho Is
senior piutnev of the llrm of !'. J. Cheney
& Co., doing business In the City of To
ledo, County and Statu aforesaid, and
that said llrm will. pay tho sum of one
hundred dollars for each and ovory
cuso of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cuio.
FltANK J. CHUNKY.
Sworn to before mo nnd giib.M-iibed In
my presence, this Mil day of December,
A- D., ISfcti.
Seall A. W. ni.KASON.
Hall's Catarih Sure Is taken inlernully,
and acts directly on tho blood and mu
cous sui faces of the system. Send tor
FRANK J. CHKNKY & CO..
Sold by all drucslsts. 75o.
Hall's Family Fills uro the best.
News for Early
THE Important elements In Wall Paper
production color and design are
most beautifully blended In the new
patterns for the early Fall Trade.
From the writings of historians we
find that In the earliest ages men were pleased
with color. In later ages design the expres
sion of the artistic In man is noted. From
that time until the present color and design
have developed hand in hand.
If either is the more essential element it
is color. In selecting interior decorations it is
a safe rule to decide on the color first and the
In this season's patterns the designer has '
been exceedingly consistent and true to his
ideal. The day when tho "blue rose" and the'
"pink violet" will pass as artistic floral design
ing is past. The fact that tho customer of to
day displays great taste and Is severely discrim
inating, has been constantly kept In mind by
the designer of our Early Fall Styles, with the
result that the display which now awaits you
here Is choice and exclusive.
Williams & McAnulty
Our Furnishings Make Happy Homes,
129 Wyoming Avenue.
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