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TnE SCKANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MOlllNlNGr, JANUARY 2, 1397.
Brief Mcnllon of What Is Doing In flic
NUMBER OP TEAS AND DANCES
Tlio Wuck I'ciitiuuil lij Those Aflitirs.
Uuiisiiullv Liugc Number of Out-of
Touti I'vuplo Visiting' In the City.
Past, Present mill Future Soclul
Fvcnts Told in Short l'limgiiiplis.
Scinnton ilinuhl not foel proud of tlio
lIsciniintreniuntM It offt'ttd to the Unl
teislty of l'unusvlviiula iiluinnl und
.tudtmts In LoiniL'ctlou with the glee and
Miijn and liiandolln clubs' conceit
ruitdav night In Youiib lUiMiN Clnls
tlim Association lia.ll. A few dajs pn1
rtiUiiK tlio touoeit It would have been
tibaiidimid but for oxppiidltuiei allcudy
made Sriueelv any tickets) bad been
sold up to Monday, and 11 was only by
RlionuoiiM olloit and pi'isonal solicita
tion that tickets foi half the veat s weie
fold up to Tnovrtiy nlitht. 'Pile kWo of
the audience - lilcli did not begin to 1111
all tlio veils vv la due to the Bi'iieioslty
of fum bi nullie spirited Kcianton men
lij pm ha id one bundled tickets and
riP them away. One of these gcntlc
huii put bis name down foi foity.
Pi lantun showed but little appieclatlun
of the 'v.uslty men and et the city
je-mt any hint that It Is not quite
lip to the piopei thlnp!
The vihes and lad;, fi lends of th"
Pel anion lllovtle club nienibcis Kivo
n 1 ip veal danee to the latlei Monday
nirht at the club house. The commit
ter writ. Mlbs Helen Steens, MIus 13
tlu i Tillies and Miss Muttli Pal ton.
Tli lationesses weie Mis F. S CI oil -ftev.Mr
F. II. D.av Is, Mis Ale. Dunn,
ji , and Mis S. II. Steens. Lunch was
foi veil by Hanley. The music was fut
nlshed by Lav. l ence's complete oiches
tin The dance will be followed by a
stiles of hops, one each month, to be
Eh en b the club until net bummer.
A tea will given by Miss Louise Mat
thews, of Oilc vtieet, Tuesday, for her
guest, Miss Gllheit, of Tioy.
Mr and Mis Homy Ilelln, jr , save
a danciiiff patty "Wednesday night at
the liltjtlo club house to blgnallze the
cuinliiB out ot thelt son, Chatles.
A t a was Given Thursday for the
Misses Dickeison, of liiookljn, N. Y.,
bj Mis. X. Y. Leet.
Mis A. II."Stoiis gave a skating pnr
tj Monday at Kingston, and beied
lunch at her home on Jeffoison avenue
to the company on their letuin to
Rcianton in the afternoon. In the paity
wcu Mr. and Mis A. II Stous, Mis.
C. It Patke, MibS AVellc, Miss Andei
son, I. S. Tuller, John II. Biooks, T. F.
Aichbald and J. YV. Decker.
Miss Fdlrabeth Lewis gae a dancing
social to hei pupils and their fi lends
Mondaj eeniiiB in Fxcelsior Hall.
Yesterday IIpv. and Mis John Labar
of WjomiiiB. colehiated the ilftleth an
nheisaiy ot their inairlase and It was
a vei) pielty affali About 400 in na
tions weie sent out and neaily that
many lesponded, mostl) all beiiiB long
time flit nds and members of the differ
ent c ongi eB.itions o ei vv hich Mr. Labar
has pieslded. The gifts weie many, In
cludliiB gold coin and a handbome puise
fiom his chlldien.
Mi and Mis Lahar were mauled In
JSOG at Ilanovci by Rev Jameb Cooper.
Mis Labar was founcily Miss Mary
Ruggles, a daughtei of Aloiuo Ruggles
Mi Lahar enteied the mlnlstiy In
IS'iJ, lipfon which time he fanned and
act d as a local pieichoi. He has been
a number of the "Wyoming confeu'iice
foi thiitj-ihe jeais, his appointments
lit lug mostly in "Wjomlng and L.uka
"vv.inna valle)1?, as follows: Newton,
Noithmoi eland, Fnetoi) Ille, Caivtn
trn 1'lv mouth, Lickawanna, Dunmoie,
" iunliifr and Foity Foit. In 1SS0 he
1 1 Hi. 1 and settled in "VomIntf. his
pic st nt home. Mr and Mis Labai
have live childiPn, thiee sons and tvvti
diuglitiis L fi Labai, ot Scianton;
" S Labai, of this clt) , R.N Labai,
of SiiTuiton; Mis Maigaiet Athciton,
of W joining, and Mib. Jameb Lindbay,
of Pli mouth.
A night lunch was sened, the vvait
ips3cs ), lug lils Biauddiiughteib, MIsbis
Mil v and Jean Lindsay, Lillle and
Piediiia Atheitoif, assisted by Mhs
S.illh Pciklns and Miss Maine Spoiled,
of He lauton Yesteuhij's WIlkcs-Baue
The homo of Mr. and Mis. "W. P.
Lltts, of Claik's Biunuiit, was the bcene
of a veiy piettj wedding Thuibduy
ciii ng, December HI. The house was
tastih dccoiatpil with eeigiecns of
tht noi th and beiutltul pilnis ot the
sunn) south Tlio tontiactlnu paitleb
W'U Mi S. C Kouns and MKs CUi.i
M Auslniig, botli ot Claik's Summit
At 8 o cluck Miss Minim Knilth, of
Sci niton, took her pine nt the piano
and bt gan pla)liiB the wedding maich,
' Lohtngiln" The wedding paity came
down the stall w a), matched Into the
pnilui and took their position undet a
laii'e ceii:iten bell lilted wltli cai na
tions 'the luhlc and moom wtie at
tended b) little Ruth f'ohln, who hole
n basft of lloweis, und little Romalne
llelmcr, wlio boic a tray containing
the wtddliiir ling A shoit Impicssip
ceieniuii) was pe ifoimtd b) Re.F "
Young, pastui of the Methodist Episco
pal eliuicli of tlila place At the ilu-e
of the ceiemoiiy, as If by magic, the
bell shed luith a shower ot beauty und
sweetness at the tett of the newly
wedded couple llteially Htiewlng thelt
path with Howeis. Aftci the usual
congiatulatlons the lame absemblage
was Heated to a most excellent and
bountiful lepast. Tlio piesents weie
numei oils, of meat Miilety, all useful,
many of them tleiant and costly. At
10 o'clock the happy pail lift, Intending
to take an extended tour tluougli some
of tlio promencnt cities of the Union.
As Mr. nnd Mis. Koons went out to
their caulatre the shower ot rice that
irrected tlipii attested the booc! wishes
of the elshty guests, that tlio llfo Jour
ney ot the new couple might ho a Ioiib
und hanpy one. Mr. Koqns Is a ptos
peious haidware dealer in Claik's- Sum
mit. Upon their letuin JIv. and Mis.
Koons will tnko up their abode at
Clark's Summit In a home that Is al
ready eleBantly furnished The follow
ing guests weie piesent: 13. V, Ackeily
and wife, O. A. Clay and wife, "William
A. Athciton and wife, Amos "Wilght
and wife, John KoonB, U, r. Woodwaid
and wife, Dr. S. L L"neh and wife,
M"iton N. Colvln and wife, Jennie Col
vln, Ruth Colvln, D. "W. Colvln, M. M.
Iluffoid and wife, S. F. Stayer and
Vlfe, A. B. To,'nsend and wife, J. M.
Atherton and wife, 'William C. Will
iams and wife, Albeit Wulkei and wife,
T. O. HchlllliiB, Miss Urmia Hunter, 11.
I. Aekeiley nnd wife, H. J. tie Oiali,
Ficd Neututi nnd wife, Howaid Smith,
W. J. McCormlijk, Miss Anna McCot
mlck, Dr. Jacob Helmer and dauBhler,
Romalne, Wllhud Vonbuig, John F.
King nnd wife, the Mlses Oincc King,
Mnilnn Smith, Lillian Sllvlus, D. C.
Kent and wife, R, Hiuold Pinker,
Waul H. Parker, Lihvln T. Dasla and
wife, A. A. Nichols, es( and wife, D
H Hell nnd wife, William Jansten and
wife, Miss Stella Vem Stoich, Mlfl F.
W. Young, Floyd M. Young and wife,
Oeoigc W. Iicemer and wife, M. Yl
Cllffoid and wife, John Vosbuig and
wife, Will Vosbuig and wife and son,
The wedding of Miss Lizzie Gabtiol,
daughtei and Mr nnd Mis. Han Gabri
el and Arnold D Thomas, of Youngs
town, Ohio, took place Wednesday
eveidiiB at the home ot the bilde's pat
ents on Chtiith avenue The maid was
the Initio's itbtoi, Miss Catheilne. The
Bi ooin was atended by Joseiih Adam
son, of Youiigstown. Rev. Gpoibo H.
Gull I, of the Pioidence Piosli) tetlnn
chuicli, olllelated and was assisted b)
Rc. R S Jones, D. D. The laide Is
a popular Noilh Hint )oung ludv and
was until lecently oiganlst of the Pio
Idunct PicshMcilun c'litirch The gloom
I) a wholesale mei chant In Youngs
town. Mi and Mis. AVilllnm Stein, of Cedai
neiiiic, b.io a piogiessHe tllchtc
Tueselay evening for their daughtei,
The Hnteipilbo Dancing cla"S gae a
social Wednetdu) eenlng In Hxcelblor
The banquet and formal opening of
the new boaid ot trade looms will take
place Jan. 28 ci 29.
A banquet ot the Lackawanna Coun
t) Medical boclety will take place at
the Webtmliibtei hotel Tuesday evening
Mr. and Mis. L. J. Notthup, of COD
Qulncy aenue, gae a dancing paity
at their home Tuesday night for their
daughter, Mibs Amj .
The Scinnton Lledoiktanz on Monday
nllit held Its annual Christmas festi
val In Music hall.
A West Side event that was ptoduct
Ive of much pleabuic was Wednesday
night's maseiueiade in St. David's hall.
The committee In chatge consisted of
Hany Deckel, C. W. Shi)er, Fiances
nettling and U W. Tha)er.
Mr. John R S. Galpln and Miss Gnl
pln entei tallied a pleasant company
jesteiday afternoon at the lesidence of
Mi. and Mis A. D. Blackinton. Music
was furnished by Bauei. It was a veiy
Rev. Jt B Sweet and family, with
Mi. F. Casbidy, of Ashley, weie de
lightfully entertained at dinner ) ester
day at the lesidence of Mr. C. T. Miller,
of Short avenue, Paik Place, this city.
Mr and Mis J. S. McAnulty gave a
childien's dancing paity New Yeai's
eve lot then daughter, Anna,
Miss Annie O'Malley, of Spruce
stiect, entei tallied a number of her
)oung f i lends at her home on Spiuce
btieet Thutsday night with a card
A laige party of friends were enter
tained Thursday evening by Mr. and
Mis. Chailes W. Count ''y at thelt home
on "West Maiket stieet.
Simon Mori is, of Washington avenue,
Is In New Yoik cit)
Mis Kolman Levy Is entertaining Miss
Ma mo Poklnishk), of S) racuse.
Cliailes Lenuhan, of Wilkcs-liarrp, was
tlio guest of Scianton filends icsteiday.
James 31. Hopewell, of Chinch avenue,
has i etui net! from a visit to Noithumbei
land. P. Hart, of New Yoik city, is vlbltlng
his daughtei, Mis. John Buinett, of Lln
illssses Rooncv and Doudan, of lilng
hninton, -lie the guests of tho Misses
ulsh, of Sciuutou stieet.
Mi and .Vlis S J. llause and famil),
of Noith Main avenue, have lotuined Horn
a tiii thiotigh the Dastein st ites.
JIists Auijii C'laik und Maignret Pat
teiaon, of I'lttstun, ate tile guebtb of Miss
Anna Ke lined), of tho West Side.
Mi. and Mis Hear) Bilck and family
and A. Btkk, of New Yoik eil), ale the
guests of Ml and Mrs Aithui Colin
Thonns "Mulee, of l'tckvllle, and Mlss
M Uulf), ot Cheny stieet, this clt), will
be mauled at St. l'etei's cathedial Tues
dav Mi and Mis Robeit Reaves und U H
Wood weie among the Sciantoiitjus leg
Isteied at the St. UenU ill New loik dui
lllg the week
Miss Kuheilne Stow, of Santa Bailnia,
Oil, who Is attending the Misses Rl)j
Sehnol, Rheisldt Dihe, New .oik, is
spending hei vaeitlon with her cousin,
Ms Cieoige 1" Uainnrd
I'lOfessoi J V M uillPl, of Bioclcvllle,
Out who has het-n engmed to teach In
the Scianton Jiushiebs eolltgp, will anlve
thl) ovenlni' 1'iolessoi Manuel has had
wlJe Lpeileii(t as i teaehei.
In men's, women's and childien's
cotton and wool hose we offer cxtia
oidlnary b u gains.
LOu cotton hose lor '..I'ic
25c cotton ho'-e fen , 19c
25c wool hose foi 25c
50c wool hose lol 35c
A ni.uk down in tho ptice of every
pali of hose In the stoie.
Wc lnvp a line stock of blankets
which weoltei at pi ices that will sutely
f.Oc cotton blankets for -lie
75c cotton blinkets for fic
$100 cotton blinkets for 75c
$2 25 white oi giuy blankets for.. ..$1.75
$275 11-4 all wool blunkets J 00
$4 50 11-4 nil wool blankets for $3 75
$5.75 11-4 all v.ool blankets for.. ..$4 75
$125 comforts, huge sUe for 90c
Comforts tilled with white cotton
A Bteat vatlety of comforts tanging
in pi Ice from $2 00 to $4 50 at gi eatly
teduced ptlces. Mears & Hagen..
Mr. John Jones is slowly recovering
fiom his illness,
Mis. It a Porter and her niece, Miss
Jtay, weie In Scranton this week.
Mis, Ken, of New Yoik, Is spending
a few vvcekg pt the home of her pa
tents, Mi, and Mrs. David Jenkins,
Miss Ruth Howell, of PIttston, is vis
iting at the home of Miss Hannah
Mis Thomas Lewis Is slowly lecov
eiing fiom her lecent Illness.
Mrs, William French, of Mooslc, was
calling on fi lends In town yesteiday,
Mr. Moigan Lewis Is spending a few
days In Edwards vllle.
AND RELIGIOUS TALK
Cliroiiiclllngs of Particular Interest to
IN REV. W. Q. PARTRIDGE'S CHURCH
Hon tho Sahhnth School of n Former
und Popular Scrnutoii Pastor Cole
hrntcd Chiistnuis---Pciin Avenue
Church Property Tor Snle--Church
News Notos--Toinorrow's Services.
Last Satuidai's Cincinnati Commer
cial Tilbunc say3 of the Christmas cel
eluatlon by tho Sabbath school of the
Ninth Stiect Biptlst chinch, of which
Rev. Wat ten G. Paitildge, formerly
pastor of this city's Penn Avenue Bap
tist chinch, Is now pnstot:
One of the most pleasant and success
ful of ull the merry Christmas celebra
tions in Cincinnati was that of the Ninth
Stieet 1! iptibt chinch Sunday schools at
Music Hall vt'stcttlay afternoon There
was a gieat outpouilng of tho chlldien
and thili patents und filcnds for the oc
casion, and at the announced liotn the
hull with Its balcon) und gullerles weto
thiongt'd to tht utmost. Ovei u.OuO poisons
weie In .Uttndunee,
'I lit entire lower lloor was .vet apai t for
the uceommod itlon of the chlldien fiom
tho chin eh ami those fiom Stations A,
B, C, I), II, P-all bi inehts established
b) the Ninth Stieet chinch in vuilous
puts of the clt). The little ones tinned
out In numbeis quite astonishing to those
not f.tmlllu with the piopoi tlons to
which the Sunda) ycliool dtpai tmeiit of
the Ninth Stieet chuicli has grown dui
Ing the pistol utes ot Rev. Johnston M)
eis and his silccessoi, Rev Mr. l'.utildge.
Thiee thoilsanel of them weie theie in all
piobublv as gicut a githeilng of Sunda)
school chlldien connected with the same
chinch as has evei been brought together
The newspaper account occupied over
a half column and concluded w 1th the
statement that "the occasion was one
to be evei leinembeted by the chlldien
and their fi lends of the Ninth stieet
The Penn Avenue Baptlbt church and
Biound biiiioundliiB it Is foi sale. This
was decided at a const egatlonal busi
ness meeting Monday night. The pies
ent location Is deemed inconvenient
and undesliably situated. At least four
in opet ties ate obtainable that would
make satisfaetoiy sites for a. new
chinch. Theie Is no tiuth in tho re
pot t that $42,500 is the price asked for
the present piopeity or that Manager
Geoige L Davis, of Davis' theatei, had
otfeied that sum with the Idea of mak
ing a theatei out of the building.
Rev. L T. Moldchuke, Ph. D , D. D.,
fiom New Yoik, conducted New Yeai's
sei vices for the Piotestant Polandets
of this city and its vicinity in the Welsh
Congtegational chuicli, Maiket stieet,
of which Rev. J. Jones, D. D , Is pastoi.
The saci anient of the Loid's supper was
admlnlsteted. A laigo congiegatlon
assembled and listened to the words of
Di. Moldchuke, who Is the piesldent of
the geneial council of the Dv angelical
Luthoian ehuich In the United States.
He spoke in the Polish language. Rev.
J. Kovvalo was Installed as pastor of the
congregations entiusted to faithful
It was quite a happy coincidence that
the fiontlsplece of the Chilstmas pro
giamme of the eeielbes of Mr. Part
lldge's Sunday school was the same as
that selected by Di Dixon for the Penn
avenue chtitch programme. It was a
copy of Blashfleld's famous painting,
At Thursday night's watch night ser
vices of the Penn Avenue Baptist
congregation the church bell was uing
und Mis. Llz7le Hugheb-Biundage sang
a solo blmultaneouslv. The service be
gan at S o'clock and was divided Into
eleven bectlons Including periods foi so
ciability and lefieshments.
Another evidence of the city's ehuich
piospeilty is Indicated In the puichase
of a paibonage propeity by the Geiman
Piebb) teilan ehuich on Chestnut btieet.
It has bought the piopeity on Tnli
vlew avenue, In the ieai of the chinch
stiucttiie tor $2,700 fiom Mi. Shoemak
ei. On the land Is a double and a
single house. One ot them Is to be le
built foi a paibonage.
On Sundiy, Jan. 17, Grace Luthetan
chinch, of which Roy. Foster U. Gift Is
pustoi, !s to be dedicated.
The Free Methodlbts will hive preach
ing lu Beei's hall Sunday at 3 p. in. Hall
corner Main avenue and Lafa)etto btieet,
U)de Paik. All uie Invited. John Cava
nitugh Rev John Mont'on, of this city, who
was leccutly oiHined ut the cithedial,
bus been appointed to assist Rev. Fathei
Re e ut Sugui Notch. Rev. John Holmes,
who was oi dallied at tho s line time, Ills
as assistant to Rev.
Lucas, D D ,
Penn Avenuo Baptist chinch Rev. Jo
seph K. DKon, D D, pastoi, will pieieh
at 10 30 anfl 7 10 o i lock Subject for the
morning, "A New "ieai Plan of Life," and
III the evening "Anothei Chance," a bei
mou foi the New Veal. Saei anient of the
Loid's suppei uttei ho momlng seimon
.j. ttli-mluute song bcivlco piecetlcs tie
veiling bei man and Is a great Inspliullon.
Bible school at 2 Young People's, meeting
at u 30 shaip. "ion will be eoidlally wel-
Git en Ridge Biptlst chinch Itev. W. J
Foul, pustoi Seivlces ut 10 30 u in und
7 "0 p m Tho Loid's supper will be ob
beived ut tho closo of the moining sei
Vlce. Tilnlty Lutheian chuith, Adims ave
nue, eoinei Mulberr) stieet llev. Ed
win Lunn Millci, pastoi. Simduy aftei
New Yen's Seivlces will be conducted
at 11 und 7 30 b) the Rev. C. J, Cooper, of
Pi evidence Methodist Episcopal church
llev. William Edgu, pastoi Quaiteil)
beivlees will be held tomoi"vv. Love
feast ut 9 30 a. m , baciamental seivlee,
with an addiess by the pustoi, at 10 30 a.
in , Sunda) bchool at 2 p. m.; Epvvorth
league ut 0 43. l'uutoi will prtich ut 7 30
p in. Subject, "What Is a Christian'"
At the momlng seivleo opportunity will
be given to Join tho chuicli on probation
oi b) lettir.
Juckbon Street Baptlbt church Rev.
Thomas Do Giuch), pustoi. Preaching
at 10 30 o'clock Topic, "Neaw Year's,"
At 7, a ptoplo bet vice, for ovei)one.
Pials-o and song setvlco to be followed by
a bhoit seimon Topic, "The Past, ru
tin o and 1'iesent, Which Is the Best?"
You are all welcome.
Grnco Lutheian church, corner Madison
avenue und Mulbouy stieet Hev. Fostei
U. Gift, pastoi. Services at 10 30 n. m
and at 7 39 p m Hoi) .communion In the
morning. Evening seimon, "Tho Palace
rtrst Church of Christ. (Scientist), 519
Adams avenue Sunda) service, 10 30 n, in.
Experience meeting Friday evening at 8
o'clock. All welcome, Seits free.
Seventh Day Adventh't Thero will bo
pleaching seivlces hi Btv' hall, corner
of Lafa)etto street and Noith Main ave.
nue, Sunday eve.tlng at 7.15. Subject,
'Ancient nnd Modern Bab) Ion." All are
Oalwuv Reformed church, comer Gib
son stieet and Momoo nvenue Ituv. (loo.
W. Welsh, pustoi. 10 a. m., Simduy school
tenchcis' pra)er meeting! 10"0, seivlces,
subject, 'C'lulst's i:amplf," Luke, II, 21;
11.43, Sunday school', Cp ,m , Junloi Cluls
tlan lhulenvorj l! JO p. m,, Senior Chill
tlan Rndfttvor; 7.30 p. m., services, sub
ject, "Ihioch "
Court Stieet Methodist Bplscopal
church Oeorgo T, Pi Ice, pastor. 'Pleach
ing nt 10 30 a. m. Subject, "Scnttuilng
and Withholding." Rvetilng subject nt
7.30, "The Mission of Life." L'pworth
league pra)ci meeting ut C iO p. m.
First Baptist church, Scinnton stiect
llev. S. F. Mathows, pnstor. Subject for
Sabbith momlng will be tho llrst sentenco
of tho Bible, "In the Beginning;" subject
fot Sabbath evening will be last sentence
of the Bible, "Amen " Tho memoilil sup
per will bo observed at tho cloo of tho
ovenlng service. Pia)or meeting In th
morning before service, commencing at
10 a m. Sibbath school 2 p in , superin
tendent, Dr Beddoe, Young People's
lira) cr meeting at 0 p in. All uie coidlil
All Souls' Unlversollst chinch nev. F.
V. Whlppen, instor nvonlng subject,
"A New I,eaf." The seimon will bo fol
lowed bv the Lord's suppui , evening sub
ject, "Fiom tho Nile to the Jordnti "
St Luke's ehuich Rev. Rogeis Israel,
ret tor. Second Sunday after Chilstmus;
7 20 a in , hoi) communion, fl 1" i m , Sun
day school, 10 .'0 a in, morning prayer,
seimon ami hol communion, 7 30 p. m,
evening pia)ei and se;nion
St. Maik's, Dunmore Itev. Rdw ird J
Iluughton, pile3t. Stcond Sunda) uftr
Chilstmas, S a m , holv communion, 10 30
a in, morning piaei and seimon, i p
m, Sunda) bthool, 7 30 p. m, evening
in i)ei und "eimon
St George's, Oh pliant 3 p. m, Sunday
school, 4 j) m, evening pia)ot and sei
moii. Flist Piesbvterlan chinch nev. James
McLeod, I). D, pastoi. St rv Ices 10 20 a,
in. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday school 32 m ,
(noon), Youn,r People's Society of Chils
tlan lOndeavoi, 0 30 p. m. Seimon appio-
prlate to tho llrst Suiieliv of the eai.
Morning subject, "The ltlchest Prize nil 1
How to Secliio It." livening subject, "A
Piospeious Young Man and the Seoret
of His Piosperlt)." Dr. McLeod will
Washburn Street Fresh) terlan church
Rev. John P. Molllt, pastor. Services at
10 30 J. rn. and 7 30 p. m Bible school at
32 m , (noon); Junior Christian Lndeavor
at 4 p. m., Senior Chritliu Rndeavoi at
C20 p. m. The pastor will pieach In the
morning on "Redeeming the Time," (a
New Yeai's eimon), and In tho evening
on "Tlmo Reckoned, How Old Alt Thou""
Special music at both services. All coi
01 illy Invited.
Second Piesbyterlan church Rev. Chas.
L Robinson, D. D, pastor. Services 30 30
a. in. and 7 ?0 p. in. Tho pistor, af tci
preaching to the children fot live minutes
In the morning, will give a "New Ye ir s
Sermon," and In the evening will preach
on "Advince by Wise Forgetting." All
seats free at nlrht.
Christian Alliance, 1431 Penn avenue
Pra)cr meeting 9 a, m. to 10 a. m. Four
fold gospel service every Sunday at 3 45
p. m , led by Rev. W. T. McAithur. Meet
ing Tuesday afternoon and evening at 3
and 7 30 o'clock. All cordially welcomed.
How aid Place Afilcnn Methodist Fpls
copal ehuich Itev. II. A. Grant, B. D,
pastor. 10 30 a. in , subject for sermon,
"Chtlstlan Peifectlon," 2 30 p m , bundcy
school; 7 p in , Clnlstlan Endeavoi; S p
m, continuation of morning subje:.
Sunday will be the commencement of a
ten-day meeting for the promotion of
Giace Refoimcd Fplscopal church, Wy
oming avenue, below Mulberry street
Divine worship 10 30 a. m. and 7 30 p m.
Sabbath school at 32 m.; Young People's
Society ot Chtlstlan Endeavor, 0 30 p. m.
Seats all free. Strangers welcome. Preach
ing by the pastor, morning, "Till Ho
Come," I Coilnthlans, -I, 20; evening,
"The First Five Vials," Revelations i.
33. Communion in the lnoinlng. Any and
eveiy child of God welcome Thtiisday,
7 45 p. m , union Bible class for lessoi
study. All nio welcome.
Simpson Methodist Episcopal church
J. B Sweet, pastor. Motnlng pra)er
meeting at 9 30 At the regular morning
service thero will be a reception of mem
bers and the general rules of the church
will be read. Sunday school at noon;
Junior league at 3 o'clock; Epwoith league
o.t G o'clock: evening preaching at 7
o'clock New Year's sermon at the even
ing service Text, Ecclesiastics, vll, S
During the week the Simpson church will
unite with the other West Sldo chinches
In union seivlces for week of pra)er.
St. Maik's Lutheran church, Fourteenth
and Washburn stieet Rev. A. L Ramei,
Ph D , pastor. Services at 10 30 a. m. and
7 30 p. m. Sunday aftei New Year's
Morning subject, "How to Beat Atlllc
tlon." Evening, "What Is Your Life?"
A lodge of "Knights of the M)stic
Clicle" was Instituted last week up at
NIcholton. The installing otllcer, Ml.
Fied S Kllley, was up Horn Tunkhun-
nock and Installed the olllceis as lol
lovvs: Woithy lliler, Edwaid Jacques;
past worthy uilei, Dr. C. H. Brown,
vice woithy iulei, J M Cuipentei;
woithy pielate, W N. Billings, woithy
collecten, Fied Wllllanib; woithy secre
tin), Clellnii P.uker.
Waltti Capwell, of Scianton, was
calling on fi lends In town Tuesday.
Miss Small Pike, of New Yolk city,
Is home tor a tew dn)s
Dr. A. B. Woodvvaid was up from
Tunkhannoe k Tuesday.
Mi. and Mis J. G Gelser, of Scian
ton, ate New Ycni'rt dinner with Ml.
and Mis A A. Blown Mi. Gelser Is
the well known salesman of Megaigeo
Biotlura wholesale papei dealeis.
Stanley Siintel and Bullle Ronolds
mounted theli bikes last Tuesday and
rode to Tunkhannoek, wheie they ex
changed thelt win els fot their skates
and enjoyed several liouis spoit on tlie
glassy bin late of the Susquehanna ilv
ei. The) made the inn liom Factoi)
vllle to Tunkhannoek (10 miles) In foi-t-ilvo
Miss Gei tie Capwell, of Dalton, is vis
iting relatives in this place.
Mltses Maltha nnd Nellie Ta)Ioi en
tei tallied ut theli honii last Wednes
day evening the following young peo
ple of this place: W. R Davis, Roy W.
Kemmeier, Del Lindlej, G L Beanls
lo). Reed Cupwel! and Moiton W
Stephens; Misses Helen Bind, Delhi
and Fume is Coleman und Uthvl Cair.
The evening vvus veiy pleasantly spent
in fumes, and singing. Light leliesli
ments weie seived.
Mis Stu.ut Ronolus, of Bloomsbuig,
.spent the New Yeai's day with fi lends
Mi and Mis. Fied L. Tobter started
the New Year with Mr. Fostet's pat
ents In Benton.
The tontiactois are pushing the vvotk
on McAlpln's new lesidence on Main
btieet, and the ftame work lb already to
lecelve the loof.
Miss May Aimsttqng has retuined
ftom the We. t.
Miss Susie Black, of Nicholson, very
ably aided In the set vices at the Metho
dist Episcopal chinch last Wednesday
evening by singing severat selections,
which captuied her audience. Her
voice Is veiy clear and sweet, and she
has nn unusually pleasing style of
The late Tourjo estate was sold at
ndtnlnlstiutois sale In this place last
Tuesday, for $1,S70, Mr. C. R. Bliss be
lnir the nut chaser. Dr. A. B. Wood
ward, ot Tunkhannoek, Is the adminis
trator. The Tilbune Almanac and Hand Book
camo out ehterday nnd is for sale by
the catrlor, Fied Wright.
William C. Wall, ton of our Into
townsman, George Wall, was married
jcsteidny ti the Second Prci'hy terlan
chinch, Senm'on. Tlio happy bride
was a Miss Idtll Harues, of that city.
'J he morning theme ut the Baptist
ehuich tomoiiow will be "Waiting Up
on God." The evening theme will be
Mi. und Mrs. James Powell, of Tay
lor, spent jestetday with Rev. M. J.
Mr, nnd Mis. S. W. Capwell, ot Cnr
1)011111110, took dlnnei jestcrday With
Mrs. Unttlo Capwell.
V. R. Gat duel rocs to Scinnton now
cverv tiny to tiaiisfer the milk fiom
the latge cans (which they now ship)
to the smaller oi lntllvlduul cans.
We wish ull teudeis a huppy and
in osi eioiis new yeat.
Miss Hthjll Cair ictutns to Cornell
unlveislty next Monday.
The Club of '9"i gave Its hccond annual
social last evening which was one of
the laigest and meist successful affali s
ot Its kind ever held at this place The
large dancing hull was Bincefullv
dinped with blight coloted bunting and
evergioen about the s,ldo wnlls and cell
ing and pp'sonled a beautiful appeal -ance
At 9 10 dancing began to music
ot tilt piano pki)fd by Miss Katie Reat
don, ot Scianton, Man) fiom out of
town weie In attendance. The follow
ing committee had chat.se. Gland con
ductor, Flank Failell, abblstant con
duttoi, Chailes J. Watklns, Hoot com
mlttpc, William Kcllv, J. A. U'Mullej,
Geoige FeiBtison, John Feiguson, ic
ceptlon committee, J J. O'Mallc.v, John
O'Neill, J. II. Feigiibon.
The Stautliid band seienndcd limnv
residents ot the town vestuday and
leudeied man) choice bclectlons of mu
sic. Mr. and Mrs. Fiank Dougher and
ilaughtuis, Misses Anna and Alaiy
Douehoi, ot Wllkos-Baite, weie the
Btitbts of Mi. and Mis. John O'Malle),
of Dunmoto stieet, yesteiday.
D. L Ben) and family spent yester
day at Cai bondale.
Rees Lloyd, of Scott street, Blakely,
entei tallied n number of his fi lends tit
his home Thursday ev enlng Ho leaves
to resume his studies at the Baltlmote
Medical college Monday.
Mr. and Mis. R. G. Schunk have re
turned home after spending the holl
da) s w Itli l elatlv ej at M t. Carmel.
Mibb Hannah Moigan, ot West Scran
ton, was a visitor at this place jes
tetday. The funeial of Mis. John Munay will
take place at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
The temalns will be Interred In St.
Pali Ick's cemetei y.
The Delawaic nnd Hudson Canal
company aio building a branch lallioad
fiom the main line acioss the fields
to their engine looms neai the Ontaiio
and Western depot. The load will bo
used to supply fuel to the Hie looms.
Iletetofore the culm had to be diawn
In wagons a long distance.
Mies Nettle Deaile, ot Wllkes-Baire,
spent esterday with telatives In town.
Miss Ll?zle Trace and Emma Coon,
of Wyoming seminal y, aie spending
their vacation w 1th their parents.
J. W. Rhodes and family visited rel
atives near Factoryvllle this week and
t etui ned on Wednesday.
Mr. II. N. Mott is visiting his dauBh
ter, Mis. Bennett, in Nevvaik, 27. J.
Mr. H. J. Chapman is taklns a vocal
course of a piomlnent teacher In Scran
ton. Miss M. L Bevan spent several days
with friends In Scranton, leturnlng on
Miss Ida Strans spent Sunday with
friends In Scranton.
Master Willie Couitrlght, of Borden
town Military Institute, Is with his pa
rents for a few da)s.
Mr. Muiray CourtrlBht, of Tyrone, Is
visiting the home of his )outh and his
patents, Mr. and Mrs. B. r Courtrlght.
Electt ic Star lod;e of Odd Tellows
will Initiate heveial new membets Into
their lodge on Satutday evening. A
full tuin out Is deslied.
The manlage of Miss Jennie Cenut
ilBht, of this place, to Mi. Chailes L
Sheldon, of La Grange, 111., occuned
on Tuesday at 11 30 a. in. The cete
mony was pel formed by the Rev. Mr.
Levlsee, the btidul paity leaving In the
afternoon for La Giange, the home of
the gi oom. The wedding supper was a
veiy elaboi.ite one, seived by cateieis
fiom Scianton, and the occasion made
Jo)ous by the addition ot a huge oi
chestia fiom the baine place. Upvvuids
of one bundled guebts weie In attend
ance, many fiom distant places.
Mis Samuel Smith Is seilously
and In a veiy piecailous condition.
If tho Hub) Is Cutting Teeth.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty jeais by mil
lions of motheis tor their chlldien
while teething, with peifect success It
"oothes the child, softens the gums,
alla)s all pain, cuies wind colic and Is
the best icinedy for dlaiilioea. Sold
by di uggists In ev ei y p u t of the w oi Id.
Be sine and call for "Mis. Wlnslow's
Soothing Srup." and take no other
kind. Twenty-live cents a bottle.
For Infants and Children.
(Notice this toJayT Ad ma) not appear mj.iln)
Who enn form tlio greatest number of
worda from tho letter in EKDLAVUItS
You mi uukci twenty oi moio voids,
wo feolNuro, and if you do )ou will lecelvo
agoodion.ird Usa no lottoi unb as found In
tlio wold Uso no lancuige) extept knglibli
Use an) dlotlonar) Pioiioiiii", nouns, verlm
advc.bs iri'H:.is sulllxus, adjectives piop'ir
uoaiiH, plurals allovvoJ AiDthlnx th it Un
legitimate) word. Work it out in this niauuur
Ludeavurs, cu, end, ends, no:u, und, noils,
dual, doer, eai, eais, and oi, oie, oai, ouis
etc. Uso the so vvoidu in vnui lilt 'tho
pilbllbllor of VVOMVNS VV old I) AND JlNMSi
Mil 1 1 II Movrmv wlllpiy 2U0Jlu Bold to
tho pel bo l ablo to iiuko tho lamest lut of
words fiom the) lottois In tho word EN
DEAVOH3; S10 0) foi tho bcrond: S'1 for
tho third; S3 W) tor tlio fourth, and S2 UJ each
for the thirty next lirost lists. Tho above
lovvarisaro b'hou frco anil without roiisld
tritioii, tor tho purposo of attracting at
tontlon to our liaudsomo woiinn's innwv
zlne, tldrt) -sili payes, onu bunelrtd and foi tv.
foul lone columns, finely iltusttalod, and ull
orlulual inattei, lo:ic and slant Htorles b)
the beit authors, piicc. SI.OJ net yeir It is
necpssaiy tor )ou. to enter tho rotitost, to
send 12 two cent stamps foi a throu months'
trial subsjilptljn with vour list of words ami
ovoi v voisnu bondlue; tlio Jlcontsand alitt of
twenty word") or lnoiu Is gu.irantoi'd nnov ra
present by return mill ilu addition to tha
nnmniluo), of a 170 pago book, "Uoyonl He
call," by Adollnn boiitoint a powerful lovo
romance, (satisfaction Kiiar.mt-ol in ovuiv
casu oi inone) ictuiided. Lists should bo
sent at onco nml not latur than March 15 Tho
names and addiesses of successful coutustnnts
will bn printed in Apiii issue, putilisliid
In March. Our publication has boon estab
lished nines yoars Wo refer tou to any niei
cantllo agoucy for our standlm:. JIako v our
list now. Aildris JAMES H. PLUMMEK,
l'ubllshor, 223-B 7 Toiuplo Court Building,
Dept. il, C Now York City.
3 M Wm j Oil
ji m i) y$
124-128 Wyoming Avi
To all our friends and
patrons. That is the
sincere wish of "The
Ill the course of 1S97 we
shall endeavor to demonstrate
that the manner in which we
conduct our business is a boon
to the public, as we shall set
an example in low prices that
will go down to posterity as a
condition unequalled betore.
Beginning with January 2
our business will be conduct
ed on the department sj'Stem,
thus enabling us to keep
each department in a sound,
up-to-date condition. In order
to keep our stock moving at a
lively rate there will be no
end of bargain sales, and low
prices will reign supreme at
all times, Our first enter
prise will be a special
Beginning' Jan. 4,
For particulars of which
see Sunday papers. In the
course of our stock taking we
have found a large quantity
of odds and ends which we
must get rid of at all hazards,
and our clearance sale will
continue until our stock of
this class of goods is ex
hausted. JAMES EVIOIR,
Has Moved to His New Quarters,
402 Lackawanna Avenue,
Entrance on sldo next to Flrt National
Bank. Uo has now in
Comprising ovorythine roqiisite for flno
Merchant Tailoring And the samo cau
boBhown to ndvuntnge la bis eplea
dialy fitted up rooms.
A SPECIAL INVITATION
Is Extended to AH Readers ot The Trlb.
line to Cell on "OLD KiXIAULL" In His
New Business Home
E POWDER it
BOOilflS I AND 2, GOTLTH B'L'D'G,
FINING AND BLASTING
HADE AT MOOSIC AND RUOK
LAFLIN & RAND POWDLR CO'S
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Llectrlo Ilntteilos, Elocti lo Ktplodors, for oi
plodlut; blasts, b.iiVt) Puse, and
Repauno Chemical Co. 's ixpLomVks,
Ecliciiule In nicct November 15, Si;5
Trains Lcavo Will'es-Barra as Follows
7.30 a. m., week days, for Sunburv,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, pnd for Pitts
burp and the West.
10.15 a. m., week days, for Haslolon,
Pottsvlllo, Reading, Norristown,
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimoro, Washington a'"d Pitts,
burp; and tho West.
3.15 d. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg
and the West.
3,15 p m., Sundays only, for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, PhiladolDhl a,
and Pittsburg and the West.
G.00 p, m., weok days, for Hazleton
J. I. WOOD, (Isn'l Pass. Apsn!.
S. M. PUUVOST, Oencral Manauir.
Del., Luck, uiul Western.
Effect Monday, October 3D, 1S93.
Trains Icavo Scranton as follows: Ex
pi uss for Now York and all points Eajt,
1.40, 2 DO, C1C, 8.00 und 9 05 u. m.; 1.10 ami
3 .U p, in.
Express for Easton, Trenton, I'htladel..
nh a and the South. 5.15. 8 00 nml & KV n. m .'
', l.in antl 3 u p m.
I Wn ctl.1 M Itl rtli n,,.1 n. .Iiilln.. 4 J-
Tobyhanna accommodation, 0 10 p. m.
Express for lllnehamton, Oavvtgo, El.
intra, Cornl'ig, Uatli, Dnnsvllle, Mount
Moi ris und Buffalo, 12 20, 2 J- a, m , and 1 61
p. m , mnklng closo connections nt ButTaN
to nil points In tho West, Noithwcst one?
Bath accommodation, 9.15 a. m.
lnnghumton and way stntlons. 1 05 p, m.
Nicholson accommodation, 5 lu p. m.
Blnghamton and Elmlra exprass, S SJ
P..m. -.,... .
i-xpress tor uiicii nnu iiicnueiu serines.
3 1 a. m , nnti l tij p m
! 35 and Bath 9 15 n. m. nnd 1 BJ
Tor Northumberland, rittston, Wllltea
Bnire, Pli mouth, Bloomsliurg and Dnn
vllle, mnklng close connections nt North
umberland for Wllllnmsport, Hnrrlsbmir.
Unltlmore, Washington ind tho South.
NortbumbprHiid nnd lnlermcrtlnte sta
tions, C 00, 9 5" n m. and 1 R5 nnd 0 00 p. m
Nnntlcoko and InterniPdlntP stitloiis, 8 01
nnd 11.30 n m Plymouth and Intermecllnto
stations, 3 40 nnd 8 17 p ill
Pullman pirlor and Bleeping coaches on
all evpiess trnlns
For detailed Informitlon, pocket tlma
tables, etc, npplv to M L Smith, city
ticket olllcp, 32S Lackawanna avenue, oi
depot ticket otllce.
Central Railroad ut New Jersey.
(Lchtgh and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthrnclto coal used exclusively, insur
ing cleanliness and comtort
TIMI1 TAULD IN DFPBCT NOV. 15, 1890.
Trains leivo Scianton for l'lttston,
Wllkes-Barre, etc , nt 8 JO, 0 15, 11 30 a. m ,
12 45, 2 00, J 05, 5 00, 7 10 p. m. Sundays 9 CO.
a. in , 1 00, 2 10, 7 10 p. m.
Tor Atlnntlc City, 8 JO a. m.
For Now York, Nowark nnd Bllzaboth,
8,20 (eNpress) a. m . 12 13 (express with Buf
fet parlor cai), "103 (e-vpress) p m Sun-
cinv, zi5 p. m. rrnin leaving u 4a p m.
nrrlve's at Philadelphia, Reudlng Term
Innl, 6 22 p. m nnd New York C 00 p m
For Mauch Chunk, Allentovvii, Bethle
hem, Easton nnd PhllHilelphli, 3 20 a. m ,
12 45, 3 03 BOO (except Philadelphia) p. in.
Sundnv, 215 p. m.
For Long Uranch, Ocean Grove, etc, at
8 20 a. m nnd 12 45 t. m.
For Reading, Lebanon nnd Ilnrrlaburff.
via Allontovvn, S 20 a. m, 12 43, 6 00 p. m,
Sunday, 2 13 p. m
For Pottsvllle, 8 20 n. m, 12 43 n m..
Returning, leave New York, foot of Lib
erty street, North River, at 9 10 (express)
u. in.. 110. 130, 4 15 (express with Buffet
pirlor car) p m Sunday, 1 10 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia Roadlnc Termlml,
9 00 a. m , 2.00 and 4 30 p. m. Sundny, G 21
Through tickets to all points at loweif
rates may bn had on application In ad
auce to the ticket agent nt tho stntton.
H. P. BALDWIN,
Gon Pass. Agt
J. H. OLHATJSEN. Gen Stipt.
LEHIGH VALLF.Y RAIROAD SYS-
Anthracite Coal Used Exclusively Insur
ing Cleanliness and Comfoit.
IN LTFRCT NOV 15, 1890
TRAINS LEAVE SCRANTON.
Tor Philadelphia and Now Yoik via D.
& II R R nt U 43 7 l'i a m , 12 03 1 20. 3 33
(Black Diamond Exprest) ana 11 30 p. m.
Tor PIttston nnd Wllkcs-Bario via D.
L & W. It R . C 00, S OS, 11 20 a. m , 1.55.
3 40 C 00 nml S 17 p. in
For White Haven, Hazleton, Pottsvllla
and piinclpal points In the coal regions
V la D S. II R. R , 0 13 a. m , 12 03 and 1 11
Tor Bethlehem, Easton, Reading, Har
risburg and principal inteimedlato sta
tions via D & It. n R bli 7 13 a m,
12 03, 120. 3 33 (Black Diamond Exptess).
4 41 and 11 30 p. m.
For Tunkhannoek, Towanda, Elm'ra,
Ithaca, Geneva nnd principal lntcrmedlata
stations via D, I, W. It It. COO, 8 03.
Or.i, a m, 2 20 and 3 1) p m
For Geneva, Ruchester, Buitalo, Niagara
FalK, Chicago and all points wfst vln D.
ill R R , 7 43 a m , 12 03, 33 (Black Dia
mond Express), 9 50 and 11 .,0 p m.
Pullman parloi and sleeping or Lohlgt
Vnlley chnli cars on all trains between
Wllkcs-Bniro and New York. Philadel
phia, Buffalo and Sutppnolon Bridge
ROLLIN II. WILBUR Gon Supt.
CIIAh S LEE Gen Pas Agt .Phltn, Pa.
A W. NONNEMACHER, Asst. Gen.
Pa3s Agt , South Bethlehem, Pa.
Scranton Otllce. 309 Lackawanna avenue.
On Moi diy, Nov. 23,
trains will lcnvo Scran
ton as follows:
For Carbondale 5 15.
7 55, S 6i, 10 15, a in :
12 00 noon: i 21, 2 20, 3 32,
t 25 G 23, 7 37, 9 10, 10 30,
tl 51 p Hi
Raratotra. Montreil, IJos-
tnn. Nov Emrland points, etc 3 43 a. m.:
"l'ot Honesdale-D43, S 33, 1013 a. m ; 12 00
noon 2 20, 5 23 P m.
For Wilkes-Banc C 43, 7 13, S 13, 9 35.
10 45 rf m . 12 03 1 20, 2 25, u 33, 4 41, C 00.
7 10 9 u0 11 20 ) m
Foi New Yoik. Philadelphia, etc, vU
T ohlirh Valle) Rallio-id li 4', 7 45 n. m:
1" 03 120. 3 33 (with Black Diamond Ev.
him) 11 SO p III
1 OI i-uiun i . ,..... w ,v.... v ,,
9 is a in
30, 4 41 p m.
Foi western points, via LehlEh Valley
Rallroid 7 13 a m u tij -i tt (with lila.l:
Diamond Fxpicss) '130, 11 30 p in
Tialns will anlvo at Stiai.ton a3 fol-
From Carbondalo and the north 0 10,
7 40 S 10, 9 34, 10 10 a m , 12 00 noon, 103,
2 21,' 3 23, 4 37, 5 13 7 13. 9 43 i lid 11 23 p m
From VAIlkei-B.u 10 and the south 5 10.
7 50 8 50, 10 10, 11 53 J in , 1 10, 2 14, 3 43,
5 " 0 21 7 11 ''03 9 II, II 52 p m
J.W BIIKDK'K f! P A . Albany, X Y.
H VV. Cioss. D 1 A , Scianton, ''a.
Ij'ie ami Wiomiii Valley.
Effcctlvo Nov, 2.
Trains leave bcianton for New York,
N'cvvbuish and intermediate points on
Erie, also for Haw ley and local points at
7 03 a. m and 2 28 p m, and airtvo fiom
above points at 10 23 a. m , 3 1b and J 31
r. i i-r:
in j:tioe t :ctot i liti, ihiiu.
120.1 soil Mi'iUl
,iA Stations .
m rt 2.1 - K.i W
1 1 g 3 .(.Trains Dallj. rx-g g 5 d
si virlvo Leave
:a".l Y rianklin ht
: 1 iWcst 42nd htrect
r 001 vv cehavTkcn
6 10 ,
11'Airlvo Icivc 1 y.i
15 U.ukock .1 unction
2 31. ,
2 41 ,
I'ic isant lt.
(, '011 31
701 11.14 ....
17 07 H 38 ...
I' 13 13 43 ,.
714, 345 ...,
7'."N 3 11 ....
7 27 3 'J ..
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17 411117 .,
7 1V 41) ...
A M 1 11
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0 19 11 01
6 IB 11 (H
r. in in rv
Oil 1 bant
r m'a ii leave
All tinli j run d ul excent dunilnr.
f fcltrnlilM that ti dns stop ou BlgDal for pas
Mcuro rates via Ontario t, Western befnrf
iimchni-lnic tickets nnd ftve mono) Day nai
flight Il'prejs to tho West
.1 c, ai dcrson, den. pass Agt.
T.Flltciolt, 1)1 pnss.Ak't brranton, Pa
Houses for Sa.'a and for Rent.
If you con template purchasing or leas
Ini;a liouce, or want to Invtbt in a lot,
ite the lists of desirable property on
page 3 of Ihelribune,