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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, JUJSJS 23, lyuu.
DANCE AT HONESDALE.
Miss Torry Entertains Friends at
. . Epeclsl to the Scranton Tribune.
HoncBdalc, Juno 22. MIhs Edith K.
Torrey Rave a dnncc In Liberty hall last
evening In honor of her guests, Misses
Kllen Uronson, Helen Savage, Cornelia
Gnlpln and Fay Hart. Hcfreshments
were served by Dodge brothers and
Freeman's orchestra furnished music.
Over one hundred guests were present,
vho spent a delightful evening. Among
those present from out-of-town were
MIbsss Ada Qulncy, Chicago; Molllo
Hloane, Sandusky; Lois and Clara
Clurk, Knst Orange, N. J.; Sarah Hurr,
Carbondale; Miss Polhamus and Mar
lon Addonls. New York city; Mabel
nnd Lois Schlatter, Kessle Porter and
Alice Hums, Scranton; Messrs. Fred
Ferris, I'lttston; Max Uessell and
Douglass Moffat, Scranton; Charles
Itlce, Htuce Uedford, Jesse D. Jones,
Hugh Arehbald and Uayard Hand,
WIlkea-Hnrre; 'William F. Toirey,
Frank Linen, James Ulalr, Jr., and
Clnreli'-e Clllnmie, Scrunwn; Jacob
Jordan, Port Jorvls; A. nulherford,
Albeit CJiane, Itussell Jones, Carbon
dael; Arthur Hanks, Jersey City.
Eprclal to tho Scrantrn Tribune.
Hon?adale, June 22. About fifty
from Homsdulo went with the Ar
canum excursion to Lake LoJorc yes
teidav. Mr. it. Milton Salmon, of Lafayette
college, Is nt the home of his parents,
Mr. and .Mrs. II. P. Salmon.
'r. and Mrn. P. II. Peterson have
been spending the week In Washing
ton, I). C The doctor Is attending the
convention of the American Institute
Mr. Homer Oreen Is to deliver the
Fourth or July address at Thompson,
The Western Union Telegraph com
pany are placing poles In the rear of
the Delaware and Hudson passongc-r
station on which to run their wires
Into the brick building formerly used
by Superintendent L. O. Ross, of the
Canal department. They will remove
their ofllce from the Peterson building
to the brick.
The new deputy postmaster at the
Honesdale office has adopted a plan
which Is ery much appreciated by the
patrons. The windows are kept open
all of the time dining post ofllce hours.
Formerly they were closed whenever
mall wns being distributed.
The following were entertained last
evening .it dinner by Miss Rebecca F.
Thompson: Misses Fay Hart, Helen
Savage, Lois Clark, Clara Clark, Mary
Sloane. Ada Qulncy.Florence L. Suy
dani, KdJth F. Torry, Messrs. H. D.
"Weston, Walter M. Whitney, Fredrlc
3J. Menncr, W. F. Suydam, Thomas
C. Ham, L. M. Atkinson, Dwight Dor
fllnger, Milton Salmon and Augustus
Special to tho Scranton Tribune.
Nicholson, June 22. On Tuesday,
June 19 Miss Bessie Stephens was
very pleasantly surprised, when
her young friends gathered at
her home about S o'clock to celebrate
her seventeenth birthday. The parlors
were handsomely decorated with roses.
Hcfreshments were served at a late
hour by Mrs. K. L. Hacon and Miss
Ilattie Bacon and those present, who
said they had enjoyed the party very
much were: Misses Nellie Shields,
Nellie Mack, Leona Billings, May Hink
ley, Minnie Burke, Lena Bonno, Jessie
Stephens, Mntsgle Stephens, Vera Tay
lor, Vorr.'o Taylor, Ruth Jonnson, Flor
ence Wilklns; Messrs. T. Ellis Bond,
Harold Shields, William Crock, Hay
Snyder, Morris Hlnkley, Fred Crock,
Elmer Hlnkley, Lou Taylor, Howard
Stephens, Le Grand Stephens, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank A. Baker.
Mr. Seymour Johnson, of Lnthrop,
Pa., aged sixteen years, was very un
fortunate yesterday afternoon. While
Miootlng carp in the Lakeside pond he
shot two fingers of his left hand and
it Is thought that the whole hand may
have to be amputated.
Mr. Bert Stephens is quite 111 at his
home on fUate street.
Miss Una Titus, of Blnghnmton, Is
spending a few days In town with her
ninny fi lends.
Mr. Daniel Webber's son died this
v e" .
Tlio Welch Brothers' circus per
formed on Billings' Flats yesterday
afternoon nnd evening before fair
sized audiences in a way ihnt ciused
If the man does not stop the cough
the cough stops the man; stops his ap
petite, bis sleep, his pleasure and his
work. So called "cough remedies"
tsotnetimes relieve but they don't go deep
enough to cure. Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery cures coughs nnd
diseases of the respiratory organs per
fectly and permanently. It stops the
cough. .It heals the lungs, stops the
hemorrhage, if the lungs are bleeding,
and by purifying the blood and increas
ing the action of the blood-making
glands enriches every organ with the
good blood which alone will make a
"My husband had been coughing for year
fad people frankly told me that he would go
nto consumption," writes Mrs. John Blilremnn,
of No. a6s ajth Mace, Chicago, III. " He hud uch
terrible coughing spells, we not only crew much
alarmed, but looked for the bursitis of a blood
vessel or a hemorrhage at almost any time.
After three days' coug hing he was too weak to
cross the room. The doctor did him no rood.
I stated the case to a druggist, who handed me
a bottle of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery. Mr husband's recovery was remarkable.
In three days alter lie began using Dr. J'icrce'a
Golden Medical Discovery be was up and
around, and In two more days be went to work.
Two bottles cured bint."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure bili
ousness. They produce permanent bene
fit and do not re-ad on the system. One
is a gentle laxative, two a cathartic dose.
"7 1 F4V'!v054fr?$&
those present to admit that their abili
ty along tno line of tho various ner
formances which they gave was be
yond criticism or Improvement as a
circus, The people here have attended
so many poor shows that some of them
have got so disgusted they hardly
know whether to attend or not. This
was one ot tho best shows of tho kind
that ever enme to Nicholson.
Children's day services will be ob
served In the Unlversallst church next
Mr. Darwin Gardner, of Scranton, Is
In town today looking after tho Inter
est of tho correspondence school there.
Mr. L. K. Sanford and fnmlly aro
spendlhg a week with friends at Moun
tain Top, Mr. Sanford's former charge.
He will speak there In the Methodist
Episcopal church on Saturday evening
nnd conduct tho services there Sun
duy afternoon nnd evening. Mr. Hoy
Decker, of Dalton, will supply Mr. Snn
ford's pulpit Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. McMillan havo
gone to Jledd, Pa., to attend the wed
ding of one of Mr. McMillan's cousins.
Water lilies aro Just In their prime
nnd unusually plenty In the lakes near
Mrs. K. W. Fnrrer is entertaining a
couple of young ladles from out of
A young couple from Lynn, Pa., wore
united In mnrrlage nt tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. Penworth on last Wednesday
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Thompson, June ?2. Under auspices
of the Woman's Chrls'Ian Temperance
union Mrs. Wealthy Lnrrnbee will
hold a meeting in the interest of Rail
road mer in tho First Baptist church
next Sabbath evening. She will bo
usslsted In the services bv Mrs. Mc
Cannon, of Susquehanna, superintend
ent of raihoad work In Susquehanna
county, and others, nnd extends an
Invitation to nil railroad men to ba
Miss Ada Terrell was In Blnghamton
three days this week on business.
Mrs. Nettie Foul, of Hnwley, is
spending a few days with her brother,
F. D. Wrlghter.
Mr. G. W. Roseboom and wife, of
Sidney, N. Y are spending n week or
so with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mrs. E. S. Barnes, wife of Dr.
Haines, of Dodi, N. Y with her son
has vr turned to her home after a ten
days' visit with her sister. Mrs. Charles
Crozl- r, and other relatives here.
Mr". J. AY, Browning, of Scranton,
has been spending a few days with
her parents, A. W. Gates and wife,
and foimer acquaintances In Thomp
son and will remain over the Sab
Alfred Bowell, of Herrlck Centre,
wns In town yesterday. He Informs
us that E. D. Nichols, of Wllkes
Barre, will speak nt Hlnes Corners at
10.SO a. m. July 1, nnd nt Herrlck Cen
tre the same evening.
Homer Greene, of Honesdale, is
billed to speak here In the morning of
July -I, and Hon. J. G. Woolley, of
Chicago, will speak on tho Camp
Ground August 20.
Fine native strawberries are being
brought Into town these days.
Nelson Benson, of Scranton, was In
G. V. Larrabee, of North Jackson,
representative of the Susquehanna
Ledger, Is doing business In town to
day. II. M. Page, of Cochecton, N. Y Is
visiting at S. D. Barnes' for a few
A. C. Bliss Is In Scranton today.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
New Mllford, Juno 22. Alba AIney,
one of New Mllford's popular young
men, nnd Miss Lottie Underbill, of
Nicholson, were united in marriage,
June 19, at Conklln, N. Y., by Rev. M.
L. Andarlese. Mr. and Mrs. AIney will
reside with Mr. AIncy's mother In this
Mrs. Ernest Moss Is visiting friends
Mrs. L. W. Gillespie Is entertaining
Mrs Ernest Gillespie nnd daughter, ot
Bert Moore has resigned ns clerk in
F. T. Austin's store and Herbert Peck
takes his place.
L. G. McCullom spent Sunday In Sy
racuse. The ladles of tho Working Guild ot
the Presbyterian church will hold nn
lee cream social In the church parlors
Tuesday evening, Juno 2G.
Dr. J. A. Bullnrd's family, of Wllkes
IJarre, have taken up their residence
for the summer at Loch Edon.
Mrs. L. W. Gillespie is entertnlnlng
her niece, Miss Alice Breeze, of Villa
Miss Harriet L. Pratt, of Wellesoy
college, is spending the summer with
her parents, Colonel und Mrs. C. C.
Mrs. G. P. Clements and Miss Kitty
Hayden entertained their mother, Mrs.
John Hayden, of Wllkes-Barre, the
forepnrt of tho week.
Miss Nina Moore, Miss Maudo Ald-
rlch, E. A. Benson and Rev. I. D. Mnl
lery attenued tho Young People's
I Christian Endeavor convention at Un-
londale this week.
Mrs. D. W. linger is vlsltlng'her sis
ter In Brldgewater.
Everett Heed spent Sunday with his
wife In Ilnrford.
Mrs, Harry Wilson, who has been 111
the past week, Is Improving.
Mr. 'and Mrs. E. E. Lewis, of Har
ford, were in town Sunday.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Wyaluslng, June 22. Mrs. Augustus
Lewis and Mrs. C. J. Lewis gave n
reception, AVednesday, June 20, to
which about three hundred Invitations
were Issued. GuestB were present from
all the nearby towns. In the receiving
line were Miss Jennie Fassett and
Mrs. Fnssett, of Tunkhnnnock; Mrs.
Arthur BnssluB, of Stevensvllle; Mrp.
John Jennings, of Mehoopany; Mrs. E,
D. Lewis, of this place. The ushers
were Misses Leila Hallock, Sadie Hor
ton, Florence Fuller, Sadie Taylor ant
others. In the dining room Mrs. Louhe
Ackerley poured coffee. Misses Clara
Storrell, lona Wagner, Ernestine Fi.l
ler nnd Vlrgella Taylor served tho
guests with fine refreshments. Thu
house was most beautifully decorated.
A fine orchestra discoursed lovely
music' all the time. Altogether It was
an affair long to be remembered by
those who were present. Mr. HattU
Hrown, of Mohoopany; Mrs, John How
ard, of Hlnghnmton; Mrs. George Hor
ton, Sugar Hun; Mrs. Edgar Fuller,
Mrs. Homer Camp, of Cnmptown, wero
among tho many out-of-town guests.
Mr. nnd Mrs. a. L. England gave a
reception, Friday evening, to one hun
dred guests at tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. N. J. England, They return to
their homo nt Westfleld, MnBS., Tues
Miss Uessle Stalford will entertain
the Musical society Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Hetty Smith Is visiting friends
Mr. John Lacy, of Lacyvllle, was a
business visitor In town, Thursday.
Mrs. Will Welles entertained the
Fortnight club at her home, on Taylor
avenue, Friday, .Juno 22.
Miss Emma Camp has returned homo
from a month's visit with relatives at
Pntorson, N. J.
Mrs. Stroud Is visiting her father,
who is ill at Mountain Lake, Pa.
WAY. MAIW. '
Special to the Scranton tribune.
Waymart, June 22. Boyd Tuthtll, of
Ulnghamton, N. Y., Is In town looking
nfter the estate of his mother, the late
Mrs. Delphlng Tuthlll.
Rev. G-. H. -Prentice, of Moscow,
called on friends Wednesday.
George A. Starkweather, who has
been confined to his home from an at
tack of tho grip, is able to be about
The remains of Harvey W. Buck
lund, of Forest City, were interred in
Canaan cemetery last Saturday.
Willie Hughes, son of Landlord
Staples, Is visiting his bi other at Port
John Malla, who Is employed at Lake
Lodore, passed Sunday with his par
ents nt Scranton.
Tho Misses Ida and Dorothy Steph
enson passed Thursday at Lake Ariel.
James Doyle, who has been visiting
nt Wllkes-Hane for he past week re
turned home Wednesday.
Miss Myrtle Stanton hoe gone to
Ocean Grove for her health, expecting
to be thoie a month.
Fred Hendtlcks has returned to his
work at Port' Jervls, having fully re
covered from his badly sprained ankle.
George J. Williams paid Honesdale
a flying visit Tuesday.
Mrs. Robert Ingal and daughter, of
Taylor, are the guests of her grand
parents, Mr. und Mrs. William Phillips,
on Main street.
Mrs. Kate Squire, of Mt. Pleasant,
and Mrs. Partridge, of White's Valley,
were business callers in town, Tues
day. Mr. and Mis. Willie Cnrglll, of Far
view, were with Mrs. James Cole Sun
John Thomson will leave this week
with Drake & Stratton's large steam
shovel for Pittsburg, where they have
n large Job on hand.
Frank Varcoe will pass Sunday with
Middletown, N. Y., friends.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Factoi j 111c, June 22. On Thursday
evening, In the presence of a hundred
guests, Miss Jennie Alavune Reynolds
was marrifd to II. Loren Fassett at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin N.
Reynolds, at Factory vllle. At 8.30
o'clock MIsb Mao Peck began tho
wedding march from Lohengrin, while
tho gioom, accompanied by Miss Ethel
Carr, ot Factoryville, advanced upon
the lawn The nuptial ceremony was
there performed before a background,
nrch and tailing, tastefully decorated
with feins and daisies, by the Rev. G.
R. Smith, nccordlng to the beautiful
service of tho Episcopal church. The
grounds were Illuminated with Chinese
lanterns nnd the house was beautiful
with ground-pine, ferns and roses.
The bride wore a dainty gown of
white organdie, trimmed with baby
ribbon, and the bridesmaid was at
tired In French lawn, tilmmed with
lace. After the ceremony the young
couple icturned to the parlors where
congratulations wero received. The
guests then arranged themselves
upon the lawn nnd In the
house. whan refreshments were
served bj Misses Mary Holland, Kate
Brund,i,re nnd Kate Reynolds, of Fac
toryville; Gertrude Finn, of Clifford;
Ruby Fassett, of Golden Hill, and Car
lie Bronson, of Unlondale; Messrs.
Milo Reynolds, Howard Reynolds and
Ilnlloelc Reynolds, of Factoryville, and
Paul Ralney, of Tunkhannock.
Viewed from whatever standpoint,
the wedding wns one of the prettiest
ever attended by the fi lends of the
contracting parties. Mr. and Mrs.
Fnssett were tho recipients of many
beautiful gifts. They will spend a por
tion of the summer In Scottsvllle, at
the residence of the groom's father.
Later they will return to Factoryville,
whore Professor Fassett will resume
his work In Keystone academy.
Tho following guests wero present:
Mr. and Mrs. Abe -Reynolds and
daughter, Arlene, of Peckvllle; Mrs.
Betsy Keeney and Fred Keeney, of
Golden Hill; Miss Louise Bunnell, of
Montrose, Miss Laura Green, of La
Plume; Miss Dolly Barnes, of Kellum;
Miss Bertha Smith, of Wllkes-Barre;
Miss Candaco Capwell, of Dalton; Mrs.
Sue Stnley, of Scranton; Mr. and Mrs.
Chnrles Brown and son, Rnymond, of
Syracuse, N. Y.; Mrs, John Coon, ot
Bald Mount; Dr. Burton Fassett, ot
North Carolina; Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Fassett, of Meslvoppen; Dr. William R.
Davles, of Scranton; Morton Stephens,
of Nicholson; Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Cap
well, of Scranton; Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed
ward B. Hadden, of Parno; Thomas
Morgan, of Wllkes-Barre; Mr. and
Mrs. Harlow Fassett, Mr. and Mrs.
James F. Fassett, Edmund D. Fassett,
Misses Mlna, Stella and Sallle Fassett,
of Scottsvllle; Walter Close, La Plume.
Factoryville was represented as fol
lows: Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Reynolds
and son, Harold, Mr. an.l Mrs. George
Reynolds and son, Bruce, Mr. and Mrs.
Bromley Smith and sons, Bromley and
Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Ellwood Hinds,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Elknnah Hulley, Mr. nnd Mrs.
D. C. Stanton. Mr. and Mrs. G. R.
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Alvlnza Gardner,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Darwin Gardner, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Alfred Rossltter, Mr. and Mrs.
Solomnn Reynolds and son, Robert,
Mr. and Mrs. Edrlck Frear, Mr. and
Mrs. Wnlter Mnnchester, Mr. and Mrs.
Herman -Fassett and dnughter. May,
Mr. and Mrs. Ashael Gardner, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank A. Reynolds, Mrs. Laura
Reynolds, Mrs. G, B, Matthewson,
Mrs. Alvlna Stephens, Misses Carrie
Green, Nettle Gardner, Helen Bard,
Florence Sweet, Deltha Carr, Martha
Taylor, Delia Coleman, Marie Hoyt,
Bertha Wall, Rose Hartley, Messrs.
Benjamin, Thomas, Samuel Lilly, Dr.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing- Syrup
Has been used for over FIFTY YEAI13 by
MILLIONS of MOTIIEHS for their CIIILUHKN
WHILE TECTIll.NO, with l'KMT.UT bUCCKSI
It SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS the (1UMS,
ALLAYS all PAIN; CUHES WIND COLIC, anil
Is tho best remedy for DIARRHOEA. Sold If
Druggists In every part of the world. lie sure
snd ssk for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup,"
snd take do other kind. Twenty-firs cents s
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Susquehanna, June 22. Congress
man C. Fred Wright hns returned
home 'from a. business trip through
the western part of the state.
Hon. Gnlusha A. Grow is nt Ills
home In Glenwood.
E. A. W. Scnrle, esa has nrrlved
home from tho Republican national
Several disgruntled gentlemen met
In Harford June 14, nnd perfected nn
"Imi-ipendent Republican" organiza
tion. There appears to be no law
Rev. J, H. Mao El' ltey, years ago a
prominent resident of Susquehnnnn,
but now of Trnlnor, Pa., Is In town on
South Gibson will celebrate. Rev.
L. Sanford, of Nicholson, will do tho
W. T. Enstabrook, of Great Bond,
will go to Washington In a few days
to take a position In the census de
partment. W. F. Slmrell, of tho same
borough, will not accept of n position
recently tendered him In the same
department. Ho will retain his rail
Dr. J. J. Boyle, Jr., of New York, is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
J. Boyle, In this place.
In St. Lawrence Catholic church, In
Great Bend, on Wednesdny afternoon,
by Rev. P. J. McMnnus, James Foley,
of Blnghamton, nnd Miss Margaret
Normlle, of Hallstend, were unltod in
John Sullivan, of Hnllstead, suffer
ing nberrntlon of mind, has been
taken to the county Jail In Montrose
for safe keeping.
For financial reasons, tho second
game of ball between the Susquehanna
nnd the Montrose clubs Is "off,"
W. L. Derr, superintendent of the
Susquehanna division of the Erie, con
tributes nn nrtlcle on railroad water
supply to the current number of t'Erle
The Lackawanna County F. A. and
I. U. will meet at Heart Lake, near
Montrose, June 28.
A number of Great Bend citizens
are agitating fhe question of the erec
tion of a foot bridge across the Sus
quehanna river on the old D L. & W.
railroad piers, between Hallstcad and
Miles Curley, of Great Bend, died of
consumption on Tuesday nfternoon,
aged 25 years. He had for several
years pursued a course In Allegheny
college, Intending to enter the priest
hood. Tho funeral wns largely at
tended on Thursday morning from St.
Lawrence Catholic church In Great
Bend, when requiem high mass was
The present enumeration will show
that Susquehanna is the largest town
In the county, by "a large majority."
Forest City looms up as a respectable
second, while Montrose, Great Bend,
Hnllstead and New Mllford come trail
ing behind In close order.
Alba AIney, of New Mllford, nnd
Miss Underhlll, of Nicholson, were
united In marriage In Klrkwood, New
York, on Tuesday evening by Rev. Mr.
Quite a number of Susquehanna
county people are preparing to locate
In Lower California.
The Acetylene Generator company,
of Blnghamton, will soon establish an
acetylene gas lighting plant In Mont
rose for tho purpose of lighting busi
ness places nnd residences. The plant
will cost ?8,000. The borough reserves
the right to purchase the plant at any
time If It desires to do bo.
What Is Susquehanna doing for the
India famine fund?
Hallstend will have an "exalted cir
cus," wha-tever that may be, on Satur
day. James McOraw died on Monday at
his home nt Silver Lake, aged thirty
Mechanics' Hose base ball club, of
Blnghamton, will play In Susquehan
na July 4 w I Mi the local team.
Montrose policemen nre endeavoring
to stop fast driving on the principal
streets of the borough.
Tom O'Gara, Susquehanna's crack
pitcher, pitched for New Mllford club
against the Montrose club at Montrose
By a strange coincidence, Wallace's
circus nnd a big contingent' of Susque
hanna people nre in Blnghamton to
day. The milk war will be renewed on
Monday next. It Is up to the farmers
to bo united. Otherwise they 'will be
down deep In the buvlllon.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Unlondale, June 22. The eighth an
nual convention of the Susquehanna
County Christian Endeavor Union,
Jointly with the Jefferson Branch
Union, waB held last Tuesday and
Wednesday In the Presbyterian
church. Through all tho sessions the
edifice was comfortably filled. Much
business was transacted. Interesting
nnd profitable addresses were deliv
ered by Prof. E. A. Benson. R. B. Lit
tle, Rev. W. L. Church, Misa Augusta
Curtis, Rev. C. C. Mackny and Mrs.
Gregory, of Wllkes-Bnrre. The prin
cipal addresses of tho convention wero
delivered by Rev. Charles Lee and
Hi J. Whalen. of Carbondale, and
Rev. I. J. Lansing, D. D., of Scranton,
The local band did Itself credit.
Mrs. Nathan Furman's condition Is
Prof. H. II. Bolt, an organ and piano
tuner from Canonsvllle, N. Y spent
several days among us this week.
Prof. Bolt has been a frequent visitor
to this town for the last thirty-three
years. He is a musician, n composer
of music of some merit, of genial dis
position, and those who know him
havo a warm welcome for him when
ever he comes.
Among the pleasantries of the late
convention is an act of three scenes.
A lady was heard testifying that that
dav she had taken breakfast with a
minister, dinner with a doctor nnd sup
per with an undertaker.
Last Monday night the homes of
Bradley Mopes, Harry Morgan and
Ira Churchill were burglarized. There
Is no clew ns yet to tho guilty ones.
The many friends of our local band
rejoice that the band made their Ice
cream enterprise during the conven
tion a financial success.
Mrs. L. R. McKown Is improving In
Rev. A. Eastman'a family recently
entertained a large number of friends
from Oakland, Pennsylvania.
Emmet D. NIcols, of Wllkes-Barre,
will lecture on Prohibition in the
Methodist church June 30th.
Hon. Phllo Burrltt Is again around
after being crippled for some time
with a badly sprained ankle.
Mrs. Phoebe Carpenter Is entertain
ing friends from New York city.
So far no definite arrangements are
being made for the glorious Fourth,
All the farmers are delighted with
the excellent growing weather,
Mrs. A. Lewis has opened a fashion
able millinery department In Carbon
This Is the Tonic You Need
As summer approaches the north polo becomes more tilted towards thf
sun, which brings the sun more directly overhead. The inys becoming
morf perpendicular, arc highly charged with electrical power. This new
relation between tho enrth and the sun produces u class of physical dls-
rficVtl tinilillnn 4n nnxlii ns wt m nH
vii,io iilluiiui in i:ili iv niiiiiiiiri .
The symptoms nre quite unlike In different cases; but the most com- tf.
...w, tivn lilt: hi-ui-iui 1UH31LUUU, 1MU'L'U-"UI, UlL'U'OUt, UHCCl-Up, I'lin-llOW n
feelings, combined with a more or less heavy, stupid, listless mental con
Relish for food and the ability to digest food seem to bo lost. Sklr
eruptions, sallow complexion, biliousness, cotted tongue, fitful, Irregular,
sleep, help to complete the picture whllch Is so common at this season.
Life Is a burden, business n dread, plea sue n mockery, friends a bore, and
social prh lieges n tedious round of disagreeable tasks.
Peruna so exactly meets all these conditions that the demand Is so
great for this remedy nt this senson of the yenr, that It Is nenrlv lmpossl
ble to supply It. Cnr loads of Peruna are shipped North, South,' East and
West, to meet tho oer-lncreaslng demnnd of the people for it. It nevet
falls to bring immediate relief.
Mrs. T. Pelton, 5G2 St. Anthony avenue. St. Paul. Minn., -writes
"Perunn has done wonders for me. It has cured my hoadnche anc'
palpitation of the heart; has built up my whole system. I cheerful
ly recommend Peruna to all sufferers nfllllctecV with catarrh. My
mother is never without Peruna. When one is tired and generally
out of sorts, if Peruna is taken it Immediately removes that tirec'
Mr. John F. Schmidt, of Carthage, Ohio, snys: "Peruna has saved my
life. For five years tho best doctors had pronounced mo Incurable.
suffered with a complication of diseases-palpitation of the heart, ner
vousness, weakness and dyspepsia. A few bottles of Peruna cured mo
Peruna cannot be beaten ns a tonic. I have gained forty pounds slncr
taking Peiuna." In n later letter he says:
"I am In the best of health since I have taken Peruna. I weigh 185 pounds, but I will never be without Peruna
In the house." "Summer Catarrh," ai book written by Dr. Hartmnnn on the catarrhal diseases peculiar to summer,
sent by The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Wall Street Review.
New York, June 22. The stock market devel
oped acute weakness before the dose today, of
fering a MirprUe to professional traders who
came down to Wall street this morning unkr
tl.e impression that the matket had been our
sold and was due for a rally. This comlctlon
was strengthened 1 the early course of the
market which opened higher in sympathy with
London where there was a better ftclfng on
accoun tof tho lack of confirmation of some of
the alarmUt rumors rciMrilinir conditions in Chi
na. The bujlnir u( leading stoiks and of New
Jersey Central which made 8uch an Impression
on sintlmcnt yesttrdaj- was still in evidence,
and during thp course of the first hour dome
of the railroads hid advanced as much ai 1
to V,i points aboe last nlcht. The ateel stocks
had rallied from an opining depieslon and
were bought on the more cheerful views of the
outlook for the iron maiket and the lotal Trac
tion stocks rallied on courliur of short com
tracU. The coaleis and trunk lints nude some
resistance to tho declining tendency of the mar
ket, but tiny proved unavailing as a sustaining
force and weakness spread through the fci.lin
carrjing roods and the industrials. Stocks of
industrial corporations and especially of those
controlling public utilities In cities all showed
acute weakiiss. The pleasure against Urookljn
Transit became very scvuo as the day ad
vanced and that stoik at the lowest was T',4
below the early high point and the net decline
is 5. Tho unfriendly attitude of the public
tow-aids this class of lorporattons was an influ
ence in tluir weakness, but then was liquida
tion from some special source in Urookljn Tran
sit. The final rally In priies was fitful and
feverish, and the nuiket closed muih unsettled,
nnd not much above tho low level. Total sales,
Todaj's bond market was dull and the move
ment of prices was irregular. Total Mies, $1.
l.'O.OHO. U. S. bonds were unchanged in quotations.
The following quotations are furnished The
Tribune bv M. S. Jordan fc Co., rooms 70-3-700
Hears building. Telephone C0O1:
Open- High- Low Clos-
ir g. est. est. ing.
Amer. Sugar lit 115 ll-lK llSvi
Amcr. Tobacco S7 3"i S.VH feil'i
Amer. Steel k Mire... .11 3H2 SOi SOVi
Atchison 21"! 2ITs 21'i 2IV4
Atchison, Pr 70 70?i m fi'lTj,
Urookljn Traction ... CJ'A (13 BSW fto
llalto. k Ohio 71 71H 73,i 7.1
Cont. Tobacco Si'l 2 22Vi -2
Clics. k Ohio 2il4 2S'i 21 2.".
Chic. & (It. West. ... 10-X, mx, lOVi lOVi
('., II. k Q 12'ii 124H 121V, 121?i
St. l'ual Icy. Ill 11114 110','s ll'J!4
Hock Island l!y. KU'4 10Hi 101 10P4
Delaware k Hudson ...111 111 111 111
Lackawanna lly 170 175 175-i 17.V)4
Pideral Steel HJVj .IIS OT 00
Federal Steel. I'r. 5i 05ai fit Gl
Kan k Texas, I'r 20'i nipfj 2'J'i 25s
Louis, ctr Wish 74 75 74H 74'i
Man. Klevated Ml HA S4B(, F4Ts
Met. Traction 110 150 140'i 117
Misn. Pacific 47 4MS 4(Hi 47
People's fias 07'i ! 04T4 WH
N. .1. Central 124 121 123'4 1214
South. Pacific 31 32'i 31U ::i
Norfolk k West 12 R 31(, 3Ui
Nirth. Pacific 41V6 WS 4S 43
Notth. Pacific, Pr. 714 71',4 70 '4 7014
N. V. Central 2.i'i 24 323 12'(,
Ont k Western lf 10 lSVi ln',4
I'enns.vlvanla It. It 127V4 12'i 12(1 127
Pacific Mall 2h (, 2f,
Heading Ity 17 17 17 17
Heading 11-., Pr. KM 5'i W 57'f,
.Southern 11. II 10 10'i 10 Kite,
South, lly., I'r M 00 ,Wg 60'i
'Jcnn. C k I fil4 M CI (14
l S. Leather 6 W S S,i
IT. S. Leather, I'r. .... ffi 0 on M
I'. S. Kuliber CM: 2'''4 20 20
Union Pacific 50 50U 40U 40,
I'nien Pacific, I'r 71 7? 71'i 71U
Wabash. I'r. 17 17 174 1714
Western t'nion 5f'4 7s'i 77'4 77
Third Avenue 112 112 112 112',i
CHICAGO IIOAIID OF TIIADK.
Open- High- Low. Clos-
WHEAT. i"g. est. est. in.
July f-.7s W? CiVt f
August l El W,i ft'.i
July 41'i 417, 10 4U4
August 41 42 41H 42
Julv 2t SJ 21U 21
Julv 11.01 12.12 11.02 12.07
sept 11. S3 12.32 ll.W 12.2.3
Scranton Board of Tinde Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
STOCKS. nld. Asked.
Tirst National Hank 800
Scranton Savings Hank 300
biranton Packing Co
Third National Hank 425
Dime Deposit and Discount Hank ., 200
Economy Light. II. & P. Co
1-acka. Trust & Safe Deposit Co. .. 150
Scranton Paint Co
Clark & Snnvcr Co., Pr 123
Scranton Iron IV nre k Mfg. Co
Scranton Axle Wcrks
Ijickawannii Daliv Co.. I'r
Countv Savings Hank k Trust Co. . 300
First Nstional Hank (Carbondale).. ,,,
Standard Drilling Co
New Mexico Hy. Coal Co., I'r 40
Traders' Nallcnal Hank 15.3
Scranton Holt and Nut Co 110
Scrsnton Passenger Hallway, first
mortgage, due 1020 .., 113
People's Street nallway, first mort
gage, due 1918 115
People's Street Hallway, General
mortgage, due 1021 115
Dickson Manufacturing Co ...
Lacks, Township School 5 per cent. .,,
City of Scranton St. Imp, 0 per
s Scranton Traction 9 per cunt. 11s
Major llobrrt L. Longstreet,
son of the famous Confederate
General, James Longstreet,
served In the late war with
Spain. Mnjor Longstreet was
In Cuba for five months nnd
there contracted tho pernicious
innlnrlnl fever. He found It
very necessary to have a good
strengthening tonic. Ho begnn
using I'eruna and writes tho
following letter in regard to It:
Washington, D. C.
ThcPerunn Medicine Co.,
Gentlemen "I havo taken
Pel una ns a tonic since my
return from Cuban cllmato ,
nnd find It excellent."
Robert L. Longstreet
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by II. 0. Pale, 27 Lackawanna Ave.)
liutter Creamer), 21c; dairy tubs, 20c.
Eggs Select western, 14c; nearby state, 1414c!.
Cheese Full cream, pew, 11',$h12c.
Deans I'cr bu., choice mariow, $2.43; medium,
$2,311. pea, fc.iO.
11 imuda Onions $1.75.
riou- Best patent, $4.25.
Philadelphia Grain and Produce.
Philadelphia, June 22. Wheat Strong and lc.
h'gher; contract grade, June, SliSie. Corn
I'll mi No. 2 mixed, June, 46Vj,.ilUc. Oats
Firm; No. 2v lilte clipped, 31.i.)l'4e. liutter
Fair demand! prints, le. lowei; fani- west
ern ireumery, 19'c ; do. do. prints, 20c. Eggs
-rinii; Irish nearby. He. J do. wadem, 14c;
do. southwestern, l-Pfcc ; do southern, 12e.
Cheese Unchanged. Iteftntd imsfars Strong,
good demand. Cotton Firm, Hi", higher; mid
dling uplands, V 0-l(i. Tallow Dull; ity
prime in hhds., 4'4c ; country prime in bids.,
.Inle. , cakis, 4V4c Live poultrj Dull and
weak, fowls, 10c; old roosters, 6c; spring
chickens, lt'u20c; exceptional lots, 21a22c.
Diessed poultry Firm, fair demand; fowls,
choice, 10c; do. fair to good, lUO'.ic. ; old loos
teis, CHc; western frozen chickens, Halle;
nearby broilers, Ha25o. ; western do., lSaltlo,
Heceipts Flour, 2,000 barrels and 3,300,000 lbs.
in sacks; wheat. 700 bushels; com. 13S.000
bushels; oats, 40,000 bushels. Shipnunts Wheat,
none; corn, bS.OOO; oats, 8,000.
New York Grain and Produc.
New York, June 22. Flour Business was
checke dby high prices and the market con
tinued mora or less nominal Wheat Spot
steady; No. 2 red, OUic. f. o. b. afloat; No. 2
red, Wc. elevator; No, 1 noithern Duluth, Mi
f. o. b. atloat, prompt. Options opened stiong,
but soon relapsed into weakness, wluih lasted
pretty much all day. Finally rallied nnd closed
turn at a'4c net advjnie. July closed S8c. ;
Sept., 8Sc; Die. N'4e. Corn Spot firm;
No. 2, 4Sc. f. o. b. afloat and 47o elevator,
Optiors strong and closed firm at SsaHc nit
advance. July dosed 40c. ; Sept., 47e. Oats
Spot quiet, but ht;ady; .So. 2, 25V&C. ; No. X,
?'jc : No. 3 white, 30Vie. ; track mixed wet
ern, 2S',4a20Vic ; track white, 2! ',4a35c Op'irns
dull and barelv stcadv. Hutter-strnclj : cream
ery extras, KmIOc. ; factory, 13'4alOc.; inntatlrn
neamery, 14V4al7V4c; stitc ihlry, l.'uls.'o.
( hcese Steadj; large white, 0c. ; large col
oide, 0c. ; small white, !HJ.aric.; tmall col
oied, '4a0c. Eggs Dull; state and Henna.,
:.il3c. ; western ungraded, 10.il2',4c. ; wcitcrn
loss off, ungraded, 14al4H'.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, Juno 22. Northwest crop reports were
more sensational and unfavorable than ever to
day, but wheat contented Itself with holding
tlrm, July closing ',4c over jesterday. Heavy
realizing militated against a pronounced advance.
Corn w.us active and stiong, helped by wheat,
better export demand end rinewed bujing by lo
cal bulls, Jul closing ac. higher Oats
closed . up. Piovisicns were strong and
active. July pork closed 50c; July lard, 25c,
and July ribs. 22'ijc over vesterdaj. Cash
epiotations were as follows: FlourFirm; No,
S spring wheat, 77aMK.; No. 2 led, S.Ufca'le ;
No. 2 coin, 41a(2Vsc ; No. 2 yellow. Uc ;
No. 2 oats, lil''i ; No. 2 white. S7a2714e ;
No. 3 whit-. 2(!a27o. ; No. 2 r.ve, CIV40 ! bar
ley, 30c; lla nnd northwest, MX); timothy,
$2.50; pork. $11 Ii3al2; laid, $(l.h()a0 0214, ribs,
$CK)a7.10; houldcrs, 6iir,r.; whiskey, $1.2.1.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, June 21. Cattle Steer', steady to
10c higher; butchers stoik slo.v. shade lovwr,
Natives. K-st on sale todav.two carloads at V, CO;
good to piirne tt-crs, S .'0,13.75; poor to med
ium, $1.50a3; selected feeders, weak, except
host. $I.10j1.73; mixed stoekers, dull end lower
$3.10a4: cows, f2.mj.25; heifers, $3al 85; can
ners, $2.30a35; bulls, $.!al.l.3; calves. 2.3c.
lower, $5.1(1.50. Texans Foil steers, f I 40,V.3);
Texas gl iss steers, $3. 76a I 25; Texas bulls, 3a
3 60. Hogs vetivc, 5 to 7';o higher; tops,
J.3.0.3; mixed and butchers, $.188.8.131.52 23; good to
choice heavv. o.l5a5.'.!2Vi; rough heavj. $5a3.10;
lights, ?5a3.5- bulk of sales, $.3.15a.3 17'4.
Sheep snil lambs Weak at veterdiy's decline,
flood to choice withers, M 10a5; fair to choice
mixed, $3 40al 50; westrrn sheep, $1 25j4 00;
yralrings, 3aJ.2.3, native lambs, $ji(1.30, west
ern lambs, $0afl.23; spiing limbs, $1 fiOaO.73.
New York Live Stock Maiket.
New Yoik, June 22. Heeves Market slow,
closing 10il3c lower; steers, $1 I0.il 70; tops,
J,3.Mi; bulls, 3a4 .30; cows, 50i( 23; extra
fat cows, ifl 30il 43 Calves Slew and barely
steady, .ill sold 3'c.ils. $4.50afl.(.3; choice do.,
$C75; buttermilks, nominal. Sheep and lambs
Extrcmelr dull nnd lower: Sheep, fs.1 2.VH 7.3;
mils, $2 25a3. lambs, $j.50.i7.50; one ear extra,
$7.73; jeefiinc, 1a'i- Hogs Stcadv; mixed
western hogs, $3.00; state do., $3.70a.VbO.
East Llborty Cattle.
I'.at Liberty. June 22 Cattle Steady;
SiiQaVftn: prime, JVlOaVOO; common
,3.25. Hogs Active unci Higher; prime mediums
and heavy vnikcre, $3 40.i3.4S; light do., $5..V)a
5 40; heivy hogs, $3.13; pigs. $3 15a5.3(l; rowcln,
$,!.75a4 SO. Sheep Stcadv: choice wethers, $1.(1
al.70; conimen, $1.5U2 60; .vearlings, $3a5.C5;
spring lambs, $la0; xeal calves, $d,50u7.
Buffalo Live Stock Market.
East Buffalo, June 22. Cattle Steady at Mon
day's prices; prospects fair for Mondav. Sleep
an I limbs Dull, prices loner; sprln? lambs,
KVf.5a7.25: clipped lambs. $tV wcthrrs sheep,
S5.i5.15; mixed sheep, ni.SOal.sO; closing eas.
Iloccir All grades, $5 40u.3 50; closing strong;
all sold; nickel lilghir than jester J jy.
Oil City, June 22. Credit balances, 123; cer
tificates, no bids. Shipments, 120,078; am-
...a, QVAJU. lions iniM.ll stora'a Ut llll.
fcuAjTaF VC- " f5fc
$v iF?l fi "flu
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j It rejuvenates the system. S
If It Invigorates the nerves. M
H It cleanses the blood. (3
K ft corrects digestion. 9
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HOW TO BE
A llottlc of the Misses Hell's Che
lated Complexion Tonic Without Cost
This generous offer is made in
order that nil may have an oppor
tunity to test its wonderful merits
Reality's chief chnrm is the complex
ion. If the skin is clear nnd smooth, a
woinaiuvill he clmscd ns beautiful even
if nature has not given her pcfect
The .Misses Bell, of 70 Fifth Avenue,
New York, when they placed their now
justly celebrated Complexion Tonic be
fore the public, gave to those suffering
from poor complexions n boon long
needed. Thousands have made their
kins absolutely peifect by its use.
Now, in order to still further intro.
duce it, the Jlisscs Bell will give to any
lady 3vriting them during tho present
month nn opportunity to try one largo
bottle (tho price of which is $l) nt
absolutely no cost. Do not 3valt, but
SEND AT ONCE.
Tho MWees Bell's Complexion Tonic
Is not a paint or po3vdcr to cover up tho
freckles, pimples or moth patches, but
is, ns lis name implies, a tonic for the
skin. It eradicates tho blemish entirely
and forever. It not only does this, but
it bcoutlQcs the skin, smoothing away
wrinkles, dr.wing nut ALL discolora
tlons, removing all pimples, acne,
eczema or rotiphncs.
The Misses Bell have nt their parlors
moro than ten thousand letters from
pitrons acknowledging wonderful Im
provements In their complexions. Tho
Misses Bell have never used a testi
monial in public ptlnt.nsthcy value a
woman's delicacy in such tilings, but
Ihe original letters can be seen any
lime at parlors, 70 Fifth Avenue.
Remember nn opportuniiyisgivcn you
to try ono bottle of this really wonder,
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THE MISSES BELL
76 Fifth Avenue, New York City
Special (o tho Scranton Tribune.
Tunkhannock, .lune 22. Mrs. Clcorge Hlee, of
Scranton, who is spending the summer in Tunk
hannock, cave a small pirty Thursday afternoon
for her daughter, Elisabeth, In honor of her first
D. Conklln Terry, of White's Ferry, who was
stabbed by his brother, and now lies In tin
Milkcs-Harre hospital, is in a critical condition
nnd ids recovery is doubtful. It stated that th
dispute arose over money matters.
The members of the base ball team met al ths
hose house Wrdncsda) evening and organised,
electing Will Sampson, captain snd rnansger. It
was decided to make the team strictly a home
team and import no plajera for "special occa
sions." Next week, Monday, Montrose will jilaj
in Tunkhanmx-k, and on Wedncday it is hoped
to have a game with Noxen. Noxcn rlalms to
have the best team in the state, outside of pro.
fesslons, and, In fait, lias challenged any amateui
team In the slate After the game on Wednas
day they may withdraw the challenge.
Court has adjourned. The next regular session
will be held in October, but Judge Dunlism will
cuiiie hero the latter part of July for special
Hon. Arthur Squkr will attend the Demo
cratie national convention at Kansas Citv.
Those from this place who attended the Ly
mm-Aldrlch wedding at Ljnn werei Mr, and
Mis. J. Howard Hungcrford, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Wot, I lev. and Mrs. II. II. Wilbur and Mr, and
Mrs. H. L. Lvniin an) Colonel E. S. Handriclc
Lee Stark is home from Lafavctle, college an4
I'rank Miller has returned from I'riueeton.
End Smith, the little chap vho had his legs
taken oil by the cars some three weeks ago, 11
Improving nicely at the vvllkes Harro ho:
snd will be able to return home In about a '
Marriage licenses have been Issued to II. li,
Eassett and Jennie Itejnolds, of Factoryville,
to William How man, ot Eaton, and Dellc 6ieg
fried, of Itussell Hill.
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