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VOL. XIV. NO. 3. KEEP COOL By wearing our Crash Suits or trousers; all sizes; large assortments for men, boys and children. Straw Hats and Yachting Caps in all styles. Summer Underwear; long or short sleeves; an unparal leled variety. Clothing and Shoe House. REFOWICH BUILDING. FREELAND. Hi# Linn of Working Shoos. } WEDDING SILVER A No more appropriate gift for a ,/j widding than silver. A variety ) of handsome pieces specially selected for the purpose is now \ on exhibition at our store. <| Rogers & Bros' i Knives, forks table and tea v spoons and fancy pieces all << latest patterns. BUTTERWICKS i Cor. Front and Centre Streets. <f Sheet Music ut Cut-ltntc Prices. m AMANDUS OSWALD, doulor In Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions. FRESH ROLL BUTTER AND EGGS. A celebrated brand of XX flour always in stock. Latest Hats and Caps. All kinds of household utensils. TV. W. Cor. Centre and Front tils., Freeland. T CAMPBELL, dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Also PURE WINES & LIQUORS FOR FAMILY AND MKDIUINAL PURPOBKB. Centre and Main streets. Freeland. CUBBY'S Groceries, Provisions, Green T ruck, Dry Goods and Notions are among the finest sold in Freeland. Send a sam ple order and try them. E. J. Curry, South Centre Street. Summer Shoes are here in abundance. We have the latest products of the largest manufacturers, and are prepared to furnish Men, Women and Children with footwear at prices as low as any dealer in the county, quality considered. We handle Nothing but Shoes, therefore, we can sell to better advantage and guar antee you better value for your money than can he had elsewhere. When you want footwear, conic to the STAR SHOE STOBB. High Maiioy, Prop. Comn S^l. LOOKS LIKE TWO TICKETS Luzerne Republicans Are Hopelessly Split. Controller Lloyd Takes His Contest to the Courts. Dr. Hays Will Run Inde pendently for Coroner. The alleged action of the Republican machine in counting out anti-Quay can didates for oflice at the convention last Tuesday lias not been accepted so grace fully as the machine leaders expected. Controller Lloyd's contention, that his vote in the Second legislative, district was not properly returned, is to be aired in the courts. He claims a majority over Arthur Dick, of llazleton, who has been named as the party nominee for controller, and he intends to put up a strong fight for his claim. Controller Lloyd has retained counsel for a legal contest, and some sensational disclosures are promised. At the county convention on Tuesday, which the Quayites ruled with a high hand, the tellers reported a majority of seventy-three for Dick over Lloyd. This return was challenged by Lloyd, who claimed twenty-seven majority. A recount of the vote was ordered, the Quayites conducting it. After thirty-six hours the machine leaders announced at noon yesterday that "Dick had defeated Lloyd by a small majority." They gave no figures. Then Lloyd arranged with his attorney to carry the matter to court. Dr. Hays, who was declared defeated by the machine for the nomination for coroner, will run independently. He says he was counted out by the leaders. A complete anti-Quay ticket may be placed in the field, as the "antls" believe they have been outrageously cheated. Celebrated the Fourth. Independence Day was celebrated in town without any formal program. The picnic conducted at the Public park bj the Citizens' Hose Company was a large affair and the grounds were well filled during the afternoon and evening. The small boy was out in full force with his fire-cracker and kept up a constant din all day. In the evening he was joined by his larger brother, who with revolver and other noise-producers; kept up the firing until midnight. Considering the amount of explosives and fireworks set oft, there were only a few accidents, none of which can be classed as serious. This locality was given very line weather. Fairness of Spirit. From Ha/.lcton Trades Unionist. The office of the Freeland Tribune has been unionized, and to celebrate the fourteenth year of its existence the paper carried the union label at its masthead on Monday. The managers of the Tribune are possessed of that true principle which denotes a fairness of spirit. In its fourteenth anniversary the Tribune has the congratulations of The Trades Unionist, and the hope is extended that the path of our North Side contemporary may ho strewn with roses for the remaining years of its battle in newspaperdoin. School Board Meeting. The July meeting of the borough school board was held Wednesday even ing with all the members present. The building committee reported In favor of making some changes in the general Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. It. artificially digests the food and aids Maturo in strengthening aud recon structing the exhausted digestive or gnus. It isthe latestdiscovereddigest autandtouic. R'o other preparation can approach It in efficiency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick Headache, Gastralgia.Crampsand all other results of imperfect digestion. PrleeSOe. and fi. Lnrjtcslrr contains 2H times small size. 800 It ell abuut Uyspopsiu malledfree Prepared by E. C. DeWITT ft CO- Cb'cago. flrnver's Oity Drug- Store. Condy 0. Boyle, dealor In LIQUOR, WINE, BEER, PORTER, ETC. The finest brands of Domestic and Imported Whiskey on sale. Fresh Rochester and Shen andoah Doer and Yeunglinir's Porter on tap. US Ceutre street. FREELAND, PA., FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1901. plans of the proposed new room In the Washington street school. As the archi tect Is expected to report in a few days, it was decided to ascertain how far ho progressed with the work and to have the changes made in the plans if no further delay would thereby he caused. The auditors' report of the year end ing the lirat Monday in June was present ed and accepted. A motion to publish jt in the Tribune, Progress and Press received the votes of all members except Buckley, who was recorded us not voting. The solicitor was ordered to satisfy the bond of e\-Treasurcr Van Horn. The secretary was authorized to sub scribe for a copy of the Pennsylvania School Journal anil to procure such supplies and stationery as In- may re quire to transact his business. A letter from Attorney Mcßrearty, thanking the members for choosing him solicitor of the board, was read and ordered (lied. A motion setting Tuesday evening next as the date for the appointment, of teachers was carried by a vote of 8 to 4. Buckley, McGeehan, Purcell and Slat tery voting in the negative. Bills of each from Auditors J. A Alden, Henry Krone and Bernard Boyle, for auditing, and a bill of $2.88 from the Electric Light Company, for light, were ordered paid. Miners to Control Output. There is much discussion among the miners of the entire region regarding the action of District No. 7 in starting a movement to control the output of an > thracite, so that the market cannot be come overstocked. The general senti ment is in favor of prompt and concert ed action. President T. D. Nichols, of District No. 1, would not discuss tho movement except to say that undoubtedly District No. 1 would approve tho resolutions of I District No. 7 at the convention within • the next few days. He added that it . was an energetic and wise move on the part of the miners. ! The operators claim they are not at ■ all alarmed at tho situation, and think the miners will not insist on the enforce ment of the resolutions. Quarrel Over Fireworks. Annoyed by the discharge of fire works, James Gallagher, a miner of Sugar Notch, got into a quarrel witli John McCaffrey. The latter became en raged and threatened Gallagher's life. For live hours lie chased Gallagher a distance of three miles through woods and swamp. Gallagher finally found 1 refuge in an abandoned house and suc ceeded in barring McCaffrey out. Gallagher's cries for aid attracted the town constable and lie arrestod Mc- Caffrey after a hard tussle. McCaffrey was armed with a large iron bar. Three-Day Walking Match. A three days' go-as-you-please race, contestants to run eight hours oach day, began at Edgowood park, near Sharao , kin, yesterday afternoon, under the auspices of the Twentieth Century Ath letic Club, 50 per cent or tho gate receipts to ho divided among the three leaders. There were six entries, as follows: George Cbisnel, Ilazleton; John Desmond, Mahanoy City, Don Heckwith, Athens; Martin Fahoy and George Moskutz, Shenandoah; Edward McCiilTery, Philadelphia. Chlsnol loads the bunch. Circus Went to Pieces. The circus with a long and imposing name, whicli arrived here on Wednes day, gave no performance. Ho many of tho actors and workers had deserted before Free land was reached that the tents could not hi- erected. The pro prietor, who tried to do business without newspaper advertising, then gave up tho struggle and disposed of part of his stock. M. 11. Ilunsickor bought a team of horses and Hugh Malloy was the purchaser of a trained bear. Work for Machinists. A telephone message this morning from the Ilazleton Iron Works to the Tribune requests us to announce that the striking employes of Drifton shops I ran obtain work in that plant. A num ber of good, all-round workmen are wanted and preference will bo given to tho strikers. WANTED, flood nook; one xperienced n<l well recommended. A|)|ilj In pernon, between lO eiul 13 h. m., to Mia. Alex. 11. Coxe, Drifton. _ i 'T am indebted to One Minute Cough Cure for my present good health and my life. I was treated in vain by doctors Tor lung trouble following la grippe. I took One Minute Cough Cure and re covered my health." Mr. E. H. Wise, Madison, Ga. Grover's City drug store. CASTOniA. Boara tho <4 The Kind You Have Always Bought T- CZUAfMz&i I FOR THE CHILDREN A Little Talk About Savins*. A distinguished economist felt that It was as necessary to teach a child to save as to train him to earn, says American Boy. lie formulated a sys tem of savings for the lower schools of France so wise and efficient that In ten years there were In France 21,000 school savings banks, with 142,020 de positors, whose weekly average depos its of 15 centimes had amounted to 10,248,220 francs, or over $2,000,000. The establishment of the banks was left to the voluntary efforts of the teachers. The children deposited pock et money only, and it was made a part of every Monday morning exercise. The French cultivate the saving hab it. Mine. C'arnot gave a dinner to 400 of tlie poorest children of Paris and at its close gave to each one a bankbook containing a credit of 10 francs. When floods spread desolation and want in the south of France, the children of the schools of Bordeaux freely gave from their savings S4OO for the relief of the sufferers. There are some school honks In our jwn country, and when the penny de positors of the school bank of Long Is land city heard of the great Johnstown flood they sent $452 out of their sav ings as their contribution. Every boy as soon as lie is old enough to spend money should be given a legit imate means of earning It or a regular Allowance, which at first may he made to cover his pleasures and gradually in creased to include his necessities and charities. A boy ought to learn how to give as well as how to save and so should give his own money to the church or Sunday school. Lot the boy take care of Ids own money. Ida M. Hodman in The Mother's Jour nal says in writing on tlds subject: A child seldom has sufficient will to ena ble him to work for a distant object steadily. lie lives In tlie present, but. every time ho denies himself some tri lling, pleasant gratification in order to save a few dollars to buy something of real value lie has received a valuable lesson. Our primary object is not to persuade him to accumulate money, but to prevent him from spending it un wisely. In some eases in order to stim ulate the hoy to put aside his pennies for a specific object it Is helpful to promise to add a certain amount to the savings. . Pan-American Kxposition. Low faros via the, Lehigh Valley Bail road to this Pan-American Exposition. Five-day tickets, good only in day coaches, will bo sold on Tuesdays and Saturdays, May 1 to October ill, from Freeland at the rate of $7 for tho round trip. Ten-day tickets will be sold from Free land every day, May 1 to October 31, good on any train, except the Blhck Diamond express, at the rate of $lO for the round trip. Those famous little pills, DeWitt's Little Early Risers, compel your liver and bowels to do their duty, thus giving you pure rich biuod to recuperate your body. Are easy to take. Never a gripe. Grover's City drug store. Low Karen to Pau-American Exposition. Y T ia tho Lehigh Valley Railroad. Five day tickets will be sold on Tuesdays and Saturdays, from Freeland, at tin; rate of $7.50 for the round trip. Tick ets good only in day coaches. Ten-day tickets will be sold from Free land every day, May 1 to October 31. good on any train, except the Black Diamond express, at the rate of $lO for the round trip. It is easier to keep well than get cured. DeWitt's Little Early Risers taken now and then, will always keep your bowels in perfect order. They never gripe but promote an easy gentle action. Grover's City drug store. Low Fares to Detroit. Via the Lehigh Valley Railroad. Ac count of the meeting of tho National Educational Association. Tickets on sale July 0, 7 and 8. See ticket agents for particulars. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve should be promptly applied to cuts, burns and scalds. It soothes and quickly heels the injured 'part. There are worthless counterfeits, lie sure to got DeWitt's. Grover's City Drug store. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Beginning with Monday, April 15, A. Oswald will clone his store at K o'clock every evening except .Saturday* and the general pay nlglit*. The piles that annoy you so will bo quickly and permanently healed if vou use DeWitt's Witch Huzle Salve. "Be ware uf worthless counterfeits. Grover's City drug store. PLEASURE. July 20. —Picnic and Irish games j under the auspices of Divisions 0 and 10. A. O. H., at tho Public park. A had complexion generally results from inactive liver and bowels. In all such cases. DeWitt's Early Risers pro duce gratifying results. Grover's City drug store. CASTOHIA. Bears the jT" V 0 """"" LOCAL NOTES WRITTEN UP Short Items of Interest to All Readers. Happenings of the Past Two Days in and Around Freeland Recorded With out Waste of Words. The shooting match at South Hebor ton yesterday between Henry Krouse, of town, and Peter Beishime, of Milnes vllle, was won by Krouse. Ho killed the entire eleven birds lie shot at, while his opponent killed but eight. Krouse's friends won much money on the result, and are elated at the fine record made by Henry. The state convention of Pennsylvania Slovak Union will be held in town next week. It will open on Tuesday and Is expected to last three days, ending with a parade of tho members residing in tliis section of the state. Tho employes of the street depart ment resumed work this morning, and in a few days tho borough thorough fares should present a more inviting ap pearance. Try Koipor's 5-cent cigar—best made. Organizer Anthony Schlosser, of the United Mine Workers, will engage In the newspaper buslnoss in a few weeks. He will begin the publishing of a Slavish journal at Wilkesbarrc. The paper will he devoted to labor and its interests and the education of the foreign element. All church-goers and others are res pectfully invited t.o attend the services at St. Paul's P. M. church on Fern street next Sunday, when Rev. S. Cooper, of Girardville, a former pastor of tho church, will preach both morning and evening. James Brennan and family and Christ, Miller and family, of Oneida, spent yes terday with Freeland relatives. Ice cold soda at Koipor's. The bobbin workers of the Wilkes barrc lace mills, who have been on strike for some time, have agreed to re turn to work, a compromise having been effected. James Reed, John McGill and Patrick McTague, of Scranton, spent the Fourth in town. Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Peeler, of Phila delphia, are visiting tho lattnr's parents. Frackville school board is deadlocked on the selection of a primary school teacher, one hundred and thirty ballots having boon cast. County Detective Richard Jonos, who is investigating tho Salvadera murder, has found tho knife alleged to have been used by Vite in tho fatal stabbing. Tho funeral of the late James Breslin, of Jeddo, took place this morning. A requiem mass was read at St. Ann's church and many friends of the young man were present. Tho finest ice cream in town, all flavors, wholesale and retail, at Merkt's. Charles Brobst, a former resident of Freeland. and Miss Cunid, of Now York city, woro married at Conyngham on Tuesday evening. They will reside in New York. The quarantine has been raised from the twelve small po.t houses of Edwards villo, and the inmates released. The Board of Health, in connection with officers of Wilkesbarre Board of Health, has disinfected tho homes to provent a further sproad of the disease. A gontleinan from Sandy valley in vaded Koenig's store on Wednesday and presented a tag for 35 cents worth of fireworks. Tho tag was attached to a balloon sent out Saturday evening and had traveled a distance of eleven mllos, it being found in Sandy valley swamp on Sunday.—llazleton Standard. BASE BALL The Good Wills club played at Beaver Meadow yesterday and were defeated by a score of 25 to 14. The Chesters defeated Beaver Mea dow's second team yesterday. The score was 7 to o. Boner, of Drifton, played line, ball at Chester yesterday, and his work went far in defeating the Cuban X Giants in both games. Old newspapers for sale. MIBUKLLANEOUB A D VEKTISEMKNTB. I MtOPEKTY FOR SALE.—Ou© double und X on© single dwelling und one vacant lot, corner ot Pino und Mine streets, Huzlctnn. ForiurUier particulars apply at Tribune office. I vBTEUI'IVES.—Meu wanted; experience .1J not nocessary: if experienced state parti culars; enclose stamp. Box 125, Phila., Pu. TRI-WEEKLY Our Motto Is No Trouble to Square Dealing Show You AH and Satisfaction Our Goods Phila. One-Price Clothing House. S. SEN IE, PBOP. Birkbcck Brick, Freeland, I'a. No Trouble to If Goods Are Show You Alii Not Satisfactory Our Goods j j Money refunded £UIAS. ORION STROH, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW ami NOTARY PUBLIC. Office: Rooms 1 and 2, Birkbuuk Brick, Fre.lund JOHN M. CAIIR, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. All legal business promptly attended. I* OS to 111 ce Building, . . . Freeland. MCLAUGHLIN, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. Legal Business of Any Description. Breunun's Building, So. Centre St. Freeland, J3 J. O'DONNELL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Campboll Building, . - . Freeland. White Haven Oflloc, Kane Building, Opposite 1 ostottiee; Toes.luys, Thursdays, Sutitrduys. JOHN J. MEBREARTY, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. Legal Business ot every deseription, 1-Vo Insurance, and Conveyancing given prompt attention, McMeuumin Building.Soutli Centre Slr.es. JJR. N. MALEY, DENTIST. OVER BIKKUECK'S STORE, Second Floor, - . Birkbeck Brlrtc JYJRS. S. E. HAYES, FIRE INSURANCE AGENT. Washington Street. None but reliable companies represented. Also agent lor the celebrated high-grade Pianos ot Uazciton Bros., New York city. JJR. S. S. HESS, DENTIST. 37 South Centro Street. Second Floor Front, . Refowioh Building. A. ITUCKLEY, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. All business given prompt attention. Tribune Building, - . Main Struct* THIS 6UH METAL FINISHED FOUNTAIN PEN R RTE / FOR ONE HOUR'S WORK. ""** ONE THIRD ACTUAL SIZE Boys and Girls, WF sill Trust too, \o Noiipv In itgvAIIM. Spe 18l nflsr t„ I ntre.lure MM, lew I'nnnOlr IVu. s-„ lin rnm lull mHr... with I n .nil, lur l.l - 1111,1 w. will ..1 you 2# e*tra fine .Jeweled Top 1 lIN it. iN to g.-il ni . Ofl.lNMsrli, When a old. ton pel id us lilt: inouey and W will send MIGRLL StPPLV CO., 179 Broadwa>, New York. Wm. Wehrman, atchmaker. Clocks and Watches for Sale. Repairing a Specially. Next to Neußurger's Store. Geo. H. Hartman, Meats and Green Truck. Fresh Lard a Specialty. Centre Street, near Central Hotol. DePIERRO - BROS. CA.FE. Corner of Centre and Front Street*. Gibson, Dougherty, Kaufor Club, Hosonbluth's Velvet, ot which wo hive EXCLUSIVE SALE IN T6WN. Mumm's Extra Dry Champagne, Uennessy Brandy, Blackberry, Gins, Wines, Clarets, Cordials, Etc. ' Ham and Schweitzer Cheese Sandwiches, Sardines, Etc. MEALS - AT - ALL - HOURS. LAUBACH'S VIENNA BAKERY. B. C. LAUBACH, Prop. Choice Bread of All Kinds. Cakes, and Pas try, Daily. Fancy and Novelty Cakes Uaked to Order. CUKTIOIMY @ ICE EMM supplied to balls, parties or picnics, with all necessary adjuncts, at shortest notice and fairest prices. Delivery and supply wagon* io all parts oj town and surroundings every day. f CURES WHIHE ALL ELSE FAILS. fef ■ Drat Cough Syrup. Tnt.m tloo.l. UTO <*jf, £ iu time. Sola by druggists. '•