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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- SATURDAf, OCTOBER i, 1002.
I r" y!-ff r),5'Hr-4rtn-rf(; Stifr-J5VTI -
TWENTY THOUSAND PERSONS
WERE ON OROUNDS.
Miss Stone, the Missionary, Deliv
ered an Address to a Largo Audi
enceTold of Her Adventures
While in the Hands of the Bulgar
ian Brigands There Were Two
Balloon Ascensions in the After
noon and Threo Interesting Race
Events Summary of the Races.
From a Staff Correspondent.
Blnghnmion, N. Y Oct. .1. Twenty
thousand persona weie Inside the
grounds of the Blnghamttin Industrial
'exposition this afternoon when Miss
Helen M. Stone, the tansoincd mission
ary began her addicss.
Miss Stone accompanied by Ma lor
Pond, diove Into the paik at 2.30
o'clock. The dctnnnstiatlon that greet
ed her was of an cntliely different
character from the pomp and cot oniony
that attended Admiral Schley yester
day, but It was none the less sincere.
The plucky missionary found the Hers
of seats In fiont of the spectator's
balcony occupied chiefly by eletgyiuen
srnd church workers. In a distinct, well
modulated voice she tallied to them an
hour, giving In detail her experiences
while a captive by Bulgarian btlgatids
and her sensations nnd perils during
the 172 nights and days she remained
Hidden from the civilized world. While
he was spcnklng the race course bo-
Jow her filled with thousands of audi
tors, some of whom asked her to talk
to them. She good-naturedly replied to
the calls and assured them she should
speak loud enough for all to bear. So
she turned sideways and would address
one-half of a. sentence to the grand
stand and the other half to those be
low her. The unnatural attain on her
voice soon told nnd when she closed she
was very hoarse.
While she was addtesslng her audi
tors the races wcie going nienlly on
below her and her speech was shnrply
punctuated by the starter's cries and
the clanging of the recall bell. After
her speech she was kept busy writing
autographs and shaking hands.
There wore two balloon ascensions
during the afternoon, piovlng most ef
fectively that the rumors of disaster to
the balloonist were without foundation.
The three laces of the afternoon were
all good ones and in neatly evcty heat
the finishes weie sensational. One of
the races was left unfinished in ac
count of darkness, after four heals. The
races resulted as follows:
:.'! class, tiot and pam: pulse. $300.
Mlneola. b. m.. R. I". Smith. Kl
mlia. N V. (Smith) 1
Sunola Gill. In-, m. .laioh Teet
ers. Ithata, X. V (.Moig.un -
George demons, br. g , C A.
r Peckham, Goshen. N V. (Peck
ham ) !
Thomas W. ch. g. M M. Sher
wood, Sciantou. Pa. iSliei wood). 5
Teocallo. li g M. Mutphy, Ho
mer. X. Y (Mutpnvi 4
Mantle D. li in.. II K. Simons.
Sidney. X. V. (Simons)
Galne. t. h . S G Camp. Onconta.
X. Y. (Camp)
Aimokin. cli. g It. A Pieioe. Cai-
liondalc. Pa. (Pieicoi
(Slot la. eh in.. V. .t, W'adsnoi th.
Colilccklll. X. Y. iWadswoith)... 8 dis.
Time. J,'.'..''. -.-'J'i. :.2l''.
2 27 class, dot and pace; puise, $100
Thls lace was unfinished, owing to daik
nss. Jeffry Wilkes, who won (lie 2 SO
class lace jolciday. got the (list two
heats. Then Shattuik. tin- dilwi of II.
6 A., was taken fioin the sulkv as It
appealed to the liaises that tlicie was
traie danger of his cither dislocating Ills
arms or pulling his house's head off The
new driver was cautioned by the old one
rtot to touch II. O. A. with the whin or
he would be liable to tun away. All ad
vice was unheeded and II. O. A. was al
lowed to let out his pent up cneigy and
he captuicd the heat without any iippai
ilnt effort, in tho fouitli heat II. O. A.
led the string nil the wav atound to UK)
jards of the wlic and his dilver pulled
up to save a fast maik when Cisco
came under heavy punishment and nipped
him at the wire, getting the heat by a 111
The Judges weie divided as to who wop,
so close was the finish, hut eventually
they gave It to the Catsklll stallion and
decided to finish the tacc tomoiiow.
Jeffrey Wilkes, b, g.. A. J. Council,
Owego, N. Y. (nobl)lns) 1
U. O. A., br. g C. W. Shat
tuck, Bainbridge, X. Y. (Shat
tuck .fc Simons) 2
CacBO, h. s., J. A. Doanc, Cat-
skill, X. Y, (Post) !
Mllford, X. Y. (Westcott) I
Alice, g. m., O, D. Wcstcott,
J, K. S., sr. g., John Kccfc,
Locke. X. Y.. (Downs) 3
1 I 4
Maud ford, gr. in., A. n. Foul,
De rtuytcr, X. Y. (Plcuo)
Jessamine, lit'.l m M. II. Uor-
ton, Binghamtnn (TTotton)
Time, 2.23U, 2.211J. 2.21)1, i.ojic.
n t lulls
Maud Olc&oti, br. m., J. A. Dcanc,
Catsklll, X. Y. (Post)
Owego, b. g., Kd Sheehy, Mo
ravia, X, Y.'(l'cckham)
Upton Glil. blk. m K. C. Downs,
Xlrrtiod, b. g., K. D. Wilcox, De
posit, X. V. (Wilcox)
Gilbert II.. b. g (1. H. Holmes,
; Apalachln, X. Y, (llyman)
C Time, 2.I0W, a.l9'. 2 10'4
'-- Special lace against time:
1 El Hafiz, G, A. Giegory, X. Y
I 1 1
4 3 1
3 5 5
( 'The fair nioper came to a clo.se last
j etenlng. The dlrectois ate elated ut
the success of this year's undertaking
and are already talking and beginning
, to plan tor next year. It Is their In
i tentlon to make the Hlnghnniton fair
the largest of its kind In this section of
, Among the spectators today weie
J about 300 Inmates of tho Blnghninton
state insane asylum and a large num
ber of attendants, wlui weie the guests
of the managers. They apparently took
' as much delight In the multitudinous
attractions as their unnffllctcd bt others
! and sisters. B. U Hatfield.
Sunday evening services nt tho
'Methodist Episcopal chuich will ha in
, Chatge of Ihe Kpw'oith League society,
Nhn the following prosranimo will bo
j rendered; Chairman, Charles Nichols,
1 song service, leader, John Morgans;
'-Serlptuie, W. O. WatkliiB; solo, Mrs. J.
D. Athciton; essay, Miss Haulet Mac-
Kenrlej iccltutlon, MU Sarah J. Pi ice;
' essay, Miss Lillian Kvans; address,
Rev. E. L. Santce; doxology, Kpworth
Taylor lodge, No. 6S8, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, will meet this
evening, when installation of olticcis
will be held.
t A pleasant surprise was teudeicd
Raymond H. Fox at the home of his
jjaBii Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Kox, at
East drove streel, on Wednesday even
ing, In honor of his birthday, (lames
nnd other ntnusmenls were Indulged In
until a late hour, when a dainty repast
wns setved, Those piesent weie! Mr.
nnd Mis. rjeoigo Roberts, Mr, nnd Mrs,
M. J. Hienimn, Mrs. Robots, Mrs'. Ki
lls, Mis. Damptnnn, Mrs, W. Jones,
Mrs, Thomas Ilastle, Mrs. Terwllllgor,
Misses Kloienco Blown, C. M. Kills, of
West 1'lttston, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. W, II.
Fox, Misses Agnes Timlin, Mary and
Margaret Law, Anna, Madeline and
Hilda Kov, nnd Messrs. K. U. Kox and
M. J. Mm i ay.
The f uncial of tho late Chatles Sec
ley, of Old Forge, took place on Thurs
day nftcruon, and was Inrgoly at
tended. Rev. J. .1. Jenkins and Rev.
James Walker were the ofllclatltiK
cleigymen. Intel nient wns made In the
Forest Home cemetery, The pall
beaicrs weie James Salmon, Scott H.
Carey, Oeoigc Jones, John Moigans,
James Rogers, Charles Riddle nnd Kd
The Reds weie defeated
dale on Thuisday by Un
live tonm of that city, by
s to 2.
Schllds, the Reds' etnek pllther, will
pitch for the All PiofosMlonnl team.
ngalnst the Simon
West I'lttston fali
noou, Services will bo
Long Irani, at the
grounds this nftcr-
held at the usual
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Tribune Slonday morning.
Mil m II MWHWIMMMMMWWIIBMMOJMIMWJMUJIJJLJ I li ii LIIJM bmmm1jw1i
Mis.-llcahl, wife of Captain Heald,
manacle of Detioit, Aug. 15, 1SU'. Find
hums tomuirow at the Calvary BaptWt
( huivli. The pastor, Rev. Dr. Ilairls,
Mis. 'Robert Llewellyn, of Union
.street, is home from her visit with 1 da
tives at Ohio and Ncvviastle.
Mcssts. Eugene Reese and Albeit
Welsenlluh attended the Dallas fair
yes lei day.
TJio school board will meet on .Men
P. R. McKcon left this week to spend
a few weeks at Monti eal.
Mrs. .Mai tin Ross, of Plains, spent
ychtciday t the Frue lcMdcnee on the
The i holr of the Pilnilllvc .Methodist
iliuich will meet this evening In tho
Miss Alice L.i w lei, n muse at Rettcat
hospital, is -pi ndlng a few days at the
homo of her mothci. 0:1 the West Hide.
Two i hildren of Ml.. Alexander Mc
Donald, of the Wrst Side, aic seriously
III with diplithrila.
Thomas Nolan has .epid a posi
tion with Clarke li'io , of Sciatunn.
Mai tin .McAniiieii, of Fmcst Cits, is
visiting fi lends heie.
Fi.mk Floe!;, of Wllkeb-Hai to, was a
visitor hctc on Wedncsda).
Mr. and '.Mis. W. A. Ileemor, of
ScTanton, weie guests of Mr. ami .Mis.
B. .1. Hotnbakcr part of this week.
Dr. S. W. L'Ainorcaux will leave to
day with his family for Sit mulshing,
wheic ho will take up the pi notice of
A number of people Hum this place
attended the Oiango fair, held at
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Ro.cllc have
moved in the H. L. Oalgo house, nn
r- -T- Ask a
T - healthy
what she would
sell her health
lbr nnd be umllH loll
Vx xyou tlint the choicest
vuiuiiiiiiuci in lite worm
Vould not bttvit. What
use for diamond ringi to
emnhasize the shrunken
i fingers, or earrings to light
'up the cheeks hollowed by
Health is the fust requisite
ito womanly happiness. General
ill-health in women has its ori-
fgin in local womanly diseases.
Cure the diseases ot the delicate
womnnlv orcanism and the iron-
eral health is perfectly restored.
The remarkable benefits ex
perienced from the use of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription
are due to this medicine's per
fect cures of womanly diseases.
It establishes regularity, dries
weakening drains, heals inflam
mation and ulceration and cures
It affords me great pleasure to be
nble to ay a few words in rrcnrd to
the merits of I)r, Pietce's l'avonle
Prescription and Ills' (iolden Medical
nlieoierv,' writes Mrs. Mora sirn, of
Dallas, Jackson Co., Mo, "I was
tempted to ry these medicines after
seeing the effect upon my mother. At
nn early stage of martied life I was
great K- bothered with painful peri
ods, also a ttoublesoine drain which
rendered me very weak and unfit for
work of any kind. I became to thin
there was nothing left of me but skin
and bone, M husliand became
alarmed and cot aie a bottle of 'a
vorile Prescription.' After he saw the
wonderful efkets of that one he got
me two more, and after I used those
up there was no more paiu, and I be
gun to gain in flesh very rapidly."
" Favorite Prescription" makes
weak women strong, sick women
well. Acccept no substiute for
the medicine which works won
ders for weak
"Arizona." that Intetcstlng chimin nt
an arid state was presented at the tj'
teiiio last night by an excellent company
which gave a spllltrd piescntatlon of the
The vailotm paits lme been In as good
hands as when seen here betotc. The,
staging of the play Is pleasing nnd pictur
esque. Close of the Engagement.
The Iicne M.vots Stock company will
close a successful week's engagement at
the Academy tonight with the presenta
tion of "My l-ady Nell."" This nftcrnoon
she will appear In "Tho Power of
'Under Southern Sides."
Til Intel est manifested In this vicinity
In the coming of "I'lider Southern Skies."
to thn l.vei'iini til's afternoon and even
ing must he vct.v gratlf.vlng to Managsr
William A. Htady, whose faith lit Ills now
play luW been heartily endorsed in New
Ym.lt Newspaper lepnits of the plays'
nppciiuiluc on Nov. I.', at the Itepub
llc aie most eiicoin aging to those per
sons who anticipate a tieut In seeing It
hoic. Xortnan Hnpgood, writing In tho
Conimeitlal AdVoi IK'd said! "This ron
tt Haitian Is Interesting, lively and amus
ing" The heal ty tceeptlnn given the play
in the mctiopolls was the more remark-
defending heitclf fioin Indian- at the
Captain Heald and Lieutenant Helm.
able and gintlfvlng because of the almost
Id.vllli sitiiplifit. and the unpietcntloiw-m-"
of the offering.
Tin- phi.v, width Is by Lottie Blair Par
kei. aiithoi of "Wa Down Kast," Is .-aid
to he without any element that could be
ollrctlinablp to the mot fastidious vet
alivav.s iriteiusttng and ricqiicutly stiong
1 dianiatlc Ms location In Louisiana,
it the time Just aftei tho war gave Mr.
Hi ady an oppoi tunity for the cultivation
of tin.. ih tuies(ue of which he Is cii'd
Iteil with having taken the fullest advan
tage The lesult is ileelated to be a pio
(hictlou pleaning to the eye and most,
siatoful to the mind. There is little doubt
that "I'-idei Southern Skies" will be well
I cceli cd heie.
"Ill Old Kentucky."
TIi-mc is a good deal mom than pietty
srcuci. "en'-ationnl episodes nnd horse
lacing In "In Old Kentucky." which will
be mound again at the Lyceum Monday
night It tells ii compai.iticel simple
stnrv in a stilling way. tho tpes repie
MMited hi the eliataeteiR aie interesting
as well as human, and, what is moic im
portant. Ihe appeal to the heait is dl
icct and true all tliiough the play One
is not ,if.''"d to s.impathUo with anjone
whose dial aeler Is Imptopeily .sketched
b the dn.v v light, The heiolne is si glil
of flesh and blood, a pindiiet ot natiiin
initianmicled, a blushing bud nn a wild
lose bush, in whoso love affalis ou have
to be Inleiestcd whether you like It or
not. Tile pi eduction and company for
this h'ihoiis tour, which Is the tenth for
this aimessful play, will be found .in all
icspi'ctH up to the high standmd of ex
i ellence alivas malnlalued with "In Old
"The Cowboy and the Lady."
I'liioiiienllonallty is the keynote ot
CI de Pitch's woik In "Tim Cowboy and
the Lady." which S Miller Kent will pio
duie at the l.ccum .Monday night. Tho
cowboy In question com'-s fmm tho easl,
being a Mill vaid gindliate. tin ilrc.s.ses In
tile height of fashion, and Ih dciided as a
dudo by tho lady with whom ho falls in
Heiieath hfs polished appearance, hoiv.
rvcr. Is as In a mi and utinug a natiuu as
that of mi) typiial man nf the plains, ai
(liciimslaiucs soon In Ins to light, nnd
Teililv Nnith Is gieatl.v beloved by Ills
tough friends Another unconventional
Idea Is having the heinlnn a mauled
woman Her liu-hand Is weak and vvnith
rs, hut the coivbnv loves her stmngly
and silently Hientually the husband
gi'ts ''lllf-il while planning an elopenunt
and the lovely wife la fiend, but hefoto
the cowbo iftn tlalm liei tho shadow' ot
suspicion falls on her and she, Is accused
of nun tiering Iter husband. Tho cow
boy hei oh ally assumes tho guilt, nnd Is
lluall aiipdlleil and the leal nuiideior Is
bioight to light Tho ttlal scene In a
! plcal western mint affoids Mr. Kent
unusual nppni tunltles for Htinng acting
and he makes the most of them,
Phioso, the Mysterious.
The nations of Dixie's theater w
week will he given siiinethlii!; odd In tho
pe.-fciiniaiuc of I'liioso, the iny.stoinuH,
What It Is, no olio seuniH able to deter
mine, but aKsinaiu.es aie given that It
Is one ot tlio most asloiuullng peifoiiii
allies on thu vatidevllln stage.
()na of tho principal niinibeis pla.vcd by
the Royal lliase (iiiaiils baud dining the
mionalioii paiaile of King Kdwanl VII,
was the mm ch fmm "King Dodo," whlih
was sent tn King Kjlwaid by Henry W.
lavage, manager of the faatle Sfpiaia
Opeia company. I.oid Piaucls Knollys,
secielaiy to the king, aclinwedged the
kindness by a happy lettei, wishing "King
Dndo" s long and meiry leign.
"KIiibJ Dodo" will appear ut tlio Ly
ceum la Ilia ucai fill inc.
"The Span of Life."
The famous, athletes, tho Doiuuattas,
who mo a stiiiug teatitie and mainly iu
sponsible for tho lasting populaiity of
that stciliiiR melodiama, "Tho Span of
Life," am not only the most skillful and
dating aciobats of the piesent lime, but
ma all good actntu and gentlemen, They
have been seen In their wondeiful feils
of gymnastics in all paits of tho win Id,
and havo cicatcd a fumie wheiever they
have appcaiul. It was.fimu them that
Sutton Vano. aulhur of "Tlio Span," re
ceived his ide.i of making tho hero anu
heiolne of lib .play make uu escape from
tttivuges over a bildge of human beluga.
"Tho 8pnn of I,lfo"wllt begin a three
days' engagement at the Academy of
Musle Monday night. Matinee Tuesday
W, S. Fracc spent several days tn New
York on huslnes last week.
Miss Hall, of lloncsdale, wbb the guest
of Air. nnd Mrs. W. P. Coon, Inst wpek.
Mis. William Heller Is convalescing
rrnm her reeent lllnes.
C. P. Matthews nnd family returned en
Friday last tn their city home In Scran
ton. K. J. S. Mooie, of Yale, returned on
Monday last, after a ten days' sojourn
with Miss Relic Stanton, an old-time
frl"itd, at his home In Knzctnnh, Montann,
nt the home nf Mr. nnd Mis. A. A. Davis.
Up Is a forestry student at Yale In senior
lOmy It. Mosos, who has been spend
Ingtlhc summer with his patents, has re
turned to his studies at Columbia uni
versity. ANNOUNCEMENTS OF
08th Annual Encampment O. A. R.,
Washington, D. C, Oct. 8-11.
For the above occasion ticket agents
of the Lackawanna railroad will sell
special lound tilp tickets to Washing
ton at one way fare for the round trip;
fine from Scranton, $7.75. Tickets will
be on sale and good going October 4 to
7 Inclusive, nnd for return until Oc
tober II. A further extension of limit
leaving Washington up to and Includ
ing November .1 may be sccuied by de
posit of tickets with Joint agent and
upon payment of 50 cents. Stop overs
will be allowed at Baltimore, Phila
delphia and one other point en route,
but not to exceed final limit. For fur
ther particulars as to stop over and
side trips apply to local ticket agent
Washington, D. C, Excursion.
On account of the thirty-sixth Na
tional encampment, G. A. R to be
held at Washington, D. C October 6
to 11, Lieut. Ezra S. Griffin post, No.
10l, havo arranged for a special
tliiough G. A. R. train via New Jet soy
Ccnttal rallmad, leaving Scranton,
Monday, October 6, at S.OO a. m and
making all stops to Ashley, inclusive.
The rate will be one fare for the
lound trip fiom all stations. Tickets
good to return on the special train or
on any regular train to October 14.
If an extension of return limit Is de
sired passengers must deposit their
tickets at joint agent's office, No. 1218
F street, N. W., Washington, D. C,
between October 7 and 14, and a fee
off fifty cents paid, when the return
limit ot ticket will be extended until
November 3. Stop-over will be allow
ed on the Philadelphia and Reading
lallway and the Baltlmotc and Ohio
As the New Jersey Central has been
designated as the "Official Route," all
comrades and their fi lends ate ic
qucsted to join Lieut. Fzra S. Griffin
post on their special train, which will
anive at Washington at 4.30 p. in.
Please notify the sect clary of your
intentions not later than September 29,
so that ample accommodations will be
For any additional Information call
on any N. .1. C. ticket agent, or address
K. W. Pearce, sectetary, 613 Maiket
street, Scranton, Pa.
$7.75 to Washington, D. C, and He
turn via the Lehigh. Valley Kail
road October 4, 5, 6 and 7.
On account of the Grand Army Na
tional Encampment to be held In
Washington, D. (.'., October 6-11, the
Lehigh Valley Rnllrond will sell spe
cial tickets at $7.7.1 for the lound trip,
good going October 4th, 5th, Gth and
7th, limited for return passage to Oc
tober 14th, aood on all trains except
the Black Diamond Express. An ex
tension of return limit fiom Washing
ton, to November 3rd, may be obtain
ed by deposit of ticket with joint
agent nt Washington, between Octo
ber 7th and 14th, and payment of fee
of 50 cents. Special tickets will also
he sold going via Harrlsburg and Get
tysburg, returning via Philadelphia at
rate of $8.85. Call on Dclnwatc and
Hudson or Lehigh Valley ticket agents
for further Information.
Special Low Fares to Chicago, 111.,
and Return via the Lehigh Valley
Railroad October 5, 6 and 7.
On account of the national encamp
ment, Union Veteran Legion, to be
held In Chicago, III., October 8-11, tho
Lehigh Valley Railroad will sell spe
cial tickets, good going October 5th,
0th and 7th, at $18,00 for the round
trip, limited for return passage to Oc
tober 18th, good on all tialns except
the Black Diamond Express. Consult
ticket agents for further information.
Sunday, October 5, Is the date selected
by the New York, Ontario and Western
Hallway company to conduct Its annual
"foliage" cxcuision fiom stations on Its
Scranton division, Scranton to Fomsf
City, Inclusive, to Hancock, N. Y, Upon
that date they will make a round trip
irate of $1, thus enabling the public to
take advantage of a delightful Journey
through the hills of Wayne county at
a time of the year when the foliage will
be at Us best and the scenery en route
surpassingly beautiful. Tickets will
also bo sold on the above datp at same
rale to Poyutelle, Wlnwood and Preston
Pa i k.
For further Information consult ticket
agents or J. H. Welsh, T. P. A.Scran
Reduced Rates to the West.
Commencing September 1st. und dally
thoieafter, until October 31st, 1002, tho
Wisconsin Cential jallioad will sell
Settleis' tickets fmm Chicago to points
in Montana, Idaho, Oicgon, Washing
ton und Hrltlsh Columbia, at gteatly
i educed rates. For detailed Information
Inquire of neaicst ticket agent, or ml
d.css W, H. Allen, D. P. A., 621 Paik
building, Pittsburg, Pa., or James C,
Pond, general passenger ngont, Mil
National Encampment Union Veter
an Legion, Chicago, 111,, Octo
For the ahove occasion ticket agents
of the Lackawanna rallioad will sell
special muiui trip tickets to Chicago
at rite of one-way fare for tho lound
trip plus $1.00. Tickets will be on snlo
and good going Octobers, 6 and 7, with
return limit to Oct, 16th.
Lackawanna Railroad Nlagaia Falls
Excursion, Sept. 25, and Oct. SS.
Special exclusion tlcketa will be sold
for all trains going on the above dates,
good for i etui n within live (3) days
from and including date of sale, Fare
for the lound tilp. $5.00 for adults and
$2.50 for childicn between the ages of
the (j) and twelve (12) years.
G? S V
V '" 1 1
and Boys' Shoes chat we
every way in keeping with the high qua ity of merchandise that already filled outf
other departments. We
This is a Man's Shos and is made es
pecially for us in Vici Kid, Velour Calf,
Enamel and Patent Leather. It is correct
in style, honest in workmanship and cut
from material that will give our customers
good, big value at the popular price,
Other good values at $2.00
Complete Outfitters to
Men and Boys.
AVliile the miijuiity ot lolk more's
the pity are dclmued fmm the picas
111 c of plucking theli f 1 ill t fieh fmm
their own 'well-wooded fmm land,"
the fiail vendota and coiner gmeeis
iu c doing the best they can to supply
the deficiency, and aie doing it veiy
The good fruit guddess Ikis been
specially bountiful thii c.u, and
Italian Joe. Gieek Ulmllii. Cliines
Wong, white Jacketed and iipioned
Get man I'lltz, or plain huekstei John
Smith aie leady and glad lo till otir
order for any amount of the luscious,
Although the gieal fiult 1 .nineties
am tinning out better and better can
ned good ciuh oar, home-made pie
serves, pickles, cliilles and catsups, ate
Xettily eveiy hnusekoPiei has nunc
special lecipe foi sweets or iclMiei
for whleh sho Is locally Inmum and
quite ninpoijy proud. And heie aie
some which having often been tested
and heartily appmved, I have begged
for jour benellt
SARAH'S iTCl'Mr.KR IMCIsI.KS.
For 200 medium sled eiicumbeis iil
low one cortee cup full of milt. Ulnse
the ciicilinhets In cold water, taking
caic not to bullae tho skins. I'aek In
a llikln or Jar with the suit between
the lajers of cucumber. Cover with
boiling water and let them stand
twent.v-foiir houis. Tour ott the water
and wipe diy on 11 soft towel. Put
Into jour ptcscivlng kettle a scant
gallon of cider vinegar, n ull coffee
cup nf Hiigiir. two small led peppets
1 hupped Hue, but only u-lng two or
tin cc seeds, one leHspoouful of alum
and tin oi- tablespooiifiils of whlto
miistaid seed, lttlng to a scald und
cover the pickles, which may be kept
In glass cans or a stone Jar. The use
of a littlle sugar even with sour
pickles Is lo lie commended, as it gives
the pickles n mellow taste and pie.
solves tho vliiogai
TI1I4 Is cMiieilnllv cood to stilt with
J IM1 and ii.vsteis.
Select twelve medium slseil eileiini
beis, pate and slim thill. Also lllleo
medium sUcd onions, peeled and slleed
In lings Mix in laycis, spilukling
with one-half cupful of salt Let
them M11111I two or three limits, then
(1 1 it 1 11 until tbomiiglil.v diy. Cover
with a dicsdng niiulo by shaking tn
gethoi III n bottle, a latge cup of "live
oil and thU'cfnuitliK of a pint of elder
vlnegiu, one-half ciiplul while and
black mustiiid seed mixed and one
tilblespooufiil eelerj seed
This excellent pkklo Is leady for hit
mediate I'bc, hut Impioves with stand
ing, CUI.I) TOMATO I'll'Kl.n.
Pour boiling water over a half peck
nf lipo tomatoes, lining a colander, so
that thev need not stand In the lint
water Ions enough to cook at all.
Skin, (hop lathet lino and diulii lor
Add one quint nf vinegar and let ibft
tomatoes stand iu the vinegar while
the test of tho pickle is piep.ued.
Mix together one cupful Hue minced
onion, one cupful of sugar, otto cuptul
white niiistaid seed, two tablespoon
fills black pepper, 01111 tahlespoonful
tlnniwniiii, one tableapnoiiful of cloves,
0110 talilcspciiionfttl of ltiace. two or
tin eo heads of chopped celery, oun
minll ted popper dioppul, nuo cupful
giated hoiseindish, one-half cupful
sat and one cupful iiiistiiitlum seed.
NOw combine thu tomato and vinegar
wjti l'10 "'' r ",0 1'lckle, mix thor
oughly und linttlo without cooking,
sax i)ii:oo cm 1. 1 hatch:.
To one gallon llpe tomatoes, peeled
and sliced allow three laigo onions
nnd two giecit peppets (hopped Hue,
till ec-foui lbs of n cup of good vllt
cgai, one-half cupful of sugar, or less
If pi ef ei led; three tablespooufuls nf
salt and tlitco tcaspomifuls each of
could r 1 ice upon our shelves
have found them, and they are
"Vy T nrlro kxrp Green Trading Stamps Free
3& LdU.a. AYU With AH Purchases.
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Menu for Sunday, Oct. 5
II Pl roes' I
l.egs. Watet cross. 4
k (liaham Gems.
Klue Points on Half Shell.
Oliv en. Celery.
Itoiisl Goose. Apple Sauce.
Cold Baked Means, Chili Sauce,
Thin Slices of Until.
Blown Bread ami butter.
Apple Tin novels.
GltHKN TOMATO PHKSKltVi:.
Wash the tomatoes, cut In halves
and then iiuaitei the halves, This
shape Is piefcnilile to slices. Scald III
salt water until tendei enough to
pleiie with a -stuiw. Itemovo and
Make a ilch s.viup, using thme
fliiuiteis of n pound of sugar with
Jut enough water to melt It. to euih
pound of fiult. Place the tomatoes lit
the syiup with a little sliced lemon
and ginger tool, nnd cook gentl.v until
the tomato Is teudei hud tinns
paienl If the white of the lemon
Is butter use only the thin el
low l hid This pieseive will keep
without seallntf, but IJ is better to
pack II in a small Jar, as it Is so ilch
that only a little can he usisl at a
To nine pnyuds of tipe tomatoes,
peelul and sliced, allow tlnee pounds
uf sugar, one pint of vinegar, thme
tahlespooonfuls i luuainon, one table
spoonful cloves and one and one-halt
tilblespooufiil allspice. Cook slowly
until thick, stlnlng often lo pi event
Pickled nnntiiilluins ate omldetei
by mam as siipeilor to uipeis for
must lamb or olhei meats, on account
of their spicy llavoi. Gather when
small and gieeu befme tho limner
kernel beiomes haul
Remove the stems and soak all
night In salt and water In the moiii
lug wash In cold, tiesh vvalei. wipe
diy. pad; hi small bottles and cover
with boiling vinegar Sweeten and
splio the vinegar if jivi pieter.
A veiy delicious sweet pickle (an be
made fiom tho tlnd of tho watermel
on. Pa ip, cut In cubes or allies two
Inches and a half long, and steam un
To seven pounds of the ilud. allow
tlnee pounds of Niigar. a pint of vln
gar. two leaspoonfuls each wholn
cloves, allspice and cinnamon, two
ounces ginger loot, a cup of iasns
and a sliced lemon Cook veiy slowly
for seveial bonis then pack in jars.
Is cm client to servi- with meats. PIck
the giapes off the stems, wash, put in
a stone Jat mid set the iai over Hie
tlio In a deep pan nf boiling wnler.
When tho seeds am loosened, put
tliiough a sieve, taking cam (hat all
the pulp goes through Tu the pounds
of the pulp allow tluce pounds of
sp'sur, a I'lut of vinegar, and a table
spoonful cult of cinnamon, cloves and
allspice. Ilctuiu tu the tire und sim
Those New Shoes
In Our New
FOR FIFTY-THREE YEARS this
store has enjoyed the reputation of
selling honest values in Men's and
Children's Clothing. In establish
ing, this new department we have
stocked it with makes of footwear
that will strengthen this reputation.
We have had in mind the opening
of this department for some time,
and have been to considerable ex
pense in searching for lines'of Men's
and know that they were in
Here is our leader in a Boy's Shoe that
was made for a boy to wear. We wish to
call the special attention of mothers to this
Shoe as no one knows better than the moth
er what a bov's shoe must be to wear and
wear well. In the "Never-Rip" we have
secured a Boy's Shoe that is of superior
quality, carries our guarantee and sells for
Other good values at 1.00 and $1.25.
mer until as thick aa desired. Sell
In bottles, soaking the corks In hot
water and forcing Into the bottles ae
far aa possible. Cover with sealing
wax while still hot. When cold put
away in a cool, dry place, laying
bottlps on their sides.
Katberrv Icily is a delicious rellsl
be served with meat or game. D
zens of the city can seldom find
fiult in market, hut In many farmlm
legions it glows wild in fields and
pnstures and. like the elderberry, may
be had for the picking. Tho barberry
needs the touch of frost to ripen 1(
and should not be picked until late,
when It has turned a fine deep crim
son. Its flavor Is some like the cur
iam though not so delicate. It com
bines exceedingly well with pears,
sour apples or lalnlns, but requires a
good deal of sugar, as the fruit Is
very acid. The English fancy Is to
use It with raisins, allowing a pound
to eveiy live pounds ot barberries, and
a pound of sugar to each pound of
the combined fiult. In making plain
Jelly pick and stem thn berries. Allow
n hnlf cupful of wntcr to every two
quarts of the fruit and cook gently
until the Juice presses out readily.
Wash, sttoln and measure the Juice.
Allow h pound of sugar to each pint of
Juice, and while tho juice is boiling
put the sugar in pans in the oven to
heat. When tho strained julcn has
boiled twenty minutes add the sugar,
boll five minutes longer or until the
syiup will thicken In the spoon or If
poured on to a cold plate. Pour Into
glasses and cover when cold.
While tho nulnce In Its natuial statu
Is not nn edible fruit. It lends Itself
to a variety of appetizing preserves
and relishes. It was first shown as a
('.vdonlan apple, so called from Cy
ilonla, In Crete, and was dedicated to
the Goddess of I.ove. The Greeks and
Romans esteemed It highly for pre
set vlng, and a wilier of the lirst cen
tury declined "Quinces not only yield
plenum e, but hcnlth " Do not try to
pteseivo quinces until they begin to
tilt n jellow. If ftost threatens they
may be gathered and laid aside to
ilpen. When leady to "put up," rub
off the fur with a coarse towel, paie,
com and quaiter, chopping the pieces
Iu cold water, to ptevent discoloration.
Save tho paiings nnd cores in a sepa
i a to vessel for milking jolly. Tut two
layers nf the oiiluro quarters Into a
pieserving kettle, cover with cold wa
ter and rook over a slow (lie until the
ft nit Is tender. When done, skim out
and lav on n Hat dish to cool, nepcat
this ptoeess, until nil the quince aie
Looked. Rtinln the water In which the
quinces havo been boiled, nnd to each
pint of Juice allow tluee-qimrters of a
lound of sugar. Boll gently for ten
minutes, skim, nnd ndd as manv of
the quinces as the svrup will cover,
Boll nbout thirty minutes, or until tho
quliues tin n h ilch led. I.I ft out with
a silver spoon, and dmp piece by
piece Into wide-mouthed glass cans,
set In n basin of hot water, to prevent
blanking. When tilled, let the syrup
boll'n llttl" longer, then pour over the
fruit until the Jnlrn runs down the
sides of the cnu; seal
Sweet apples may be used with the
quinces, using one-third qimitered ap
ple to two-tlillds qullire. Then put the
quince and apple in alternate layers,
in making the qiilnrB jelly, cover
coies and parings, and as many
quinces cut in small pieces hs ou may
deslm. with cold water and boll slow
4v for several hours, adding mole wa
ter as It looks away When very ten
der, pour into a llamiel bag, and let It
dilp over night In tlio mniniug boil
the Juice twenty minutes, "skim thor
oughly measiue, nnd lo each pint of
Julio nllnvv thieo-foui lbs nf a pound
of sugar Boll until the syiup Jellle
when tinned mi to a cold plate. Skim
again and turn Into glassy.
EMMA PAOUOCK TELFORD.