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22 Jul 1901

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22 Jul 1901

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Scranton Tribune (Newspaper) - July 22, 1901, Scranton, PennsylvaniaThe Scranton Tribune monday. July 22. 1901. The in fhe High school Princi Myshir it waa the us of Stormy a a a a i it a of the school boards the election of teacher held up another a Pella the Story of the meeting. A move we carried out by the and Hei Ente of the cause of w. A it Brydon at the Achonu Board meeting saturday right and one which help tip for present at lean the election of entire Corpa of teachers for the City the Hoard went into Ita expected deadlock Over the Prim pal ship of the High a a Hoot and the three directory the Iez for refused to vote on any of the other position. Hue leaving hut the three vote of inc Kenterry. Luchea and Kerwyn. An in Suffy Lent Pushet to Eert the matter was ten ally Laid Over till the next regular meeting. In order to give the directory an Opportunity to Nuet a a committee of the w Hole and dec sea Thelt trouble Hemd locked door it waa when the meeting wan called 10 older. All the were present. After few theme of minor importance had by ii Paa aed upon. Or. Swigert moved to Tak it up the. Election of teach Eta or. Kerwyn and or. Gallagher wanted it pout Pond hut the other four note Mitra voted Vea. H Wilgert nominated Vav i. Bryden for Prim a Al of the High school. The find Naya were taken resulting As follow. Or Bryden swag re. Kerwyn and Vannan. Hugh voted no end Hockenbery and Gallagher refused to vote. The Chaliman declared or Bryden not elected. Or a Elgort. Evott did by or. Kir win. Moved to defer action on the election of Feu. Hers till the next meeting. Or. Hockenberry objected Nyline that it would not be tight to keep All the teacher in suspense. A common report Quot Bald he. Quot Naya that if or. Bryden la not elected no her teacher will be. If there is any Man on the Boj re who will father such a scheme. Let him Conn out like a Man. It la the right of the teacher to know whether or not they ate going to get the directory support. Give every on the same Chance a or. Hayden Quot the motion to Lay Over waa put and Loat on a tie vote. Hughes then nominated a. A. Rotary a a teacher. Or. Kerwin said lie could not see the use in going on with the election hut that chairman ordered the Roll Call. Or. Evv tort moved to adjourn and or. Hockenberry Rose to a Point of order rating that the Roll had been ordered. Therefore the motion waa out of order. It was so deviated the Roll waa called. Howl Tellet try. Hughe and Gallagher voted for Geary. Tiie other Thyce refused to vote making no election. President Hue Les presented Mesa Lucy Jolln s name but immediately withdrew it. It a Igert moved to adjourn. Or. Hughes said that he had no objection to the directors supporting or. Bryden. If they saw lit but h questioned to Lear Light to hold up every ten her on the i corps How use he was not elected. Or. So Igor denied tie i Feren e that lie was living to hold up any election and said he had moved to adjourn in Good Faith la it also rebuked that a Irma n for saying it was the intention of the director to hold up the rest of the . Or. Locke Whorry relieved or. Hurthea of the Maine for making the Atli Temerl Whit h riled or Hwi Seit and the latter Wjt Ediew his criticism of the chairman and said lie would plume it where it belonged. Or. To Ken Heny said he was not prepared to say who he would Vole for for principal but he served Nothe on or Bryden by his action last night he said that lie would never vote for him he added Quot i Don t t on Lder him a oin Peront for the place Quot he argued however that because Bryden tailed of election. It was no reason Why the others should. Mis Pate a name was presented by or Hockenberry. Or. Kerwyn asked to have the matter Laid Over. The chairman wanted to know Why they Vav anted to Lay it Over after bringing n up themselves. Or. He Igert suit to would like to have another committee of the whole meeting with or. Vannan present he having been absent at the one Friday evening. After some dist Susslon this was agreed to and a motion to adjourn by a Volgert was Pul and or tied the chairman serving notice that the next time the question is brought up the whole let a will he gone through. American locomotive works for the a Talailo and m a in Railroad passed through this City on Hsiun Lay and was critically examined and admired by Railroad men. Who pronounced it us the finest example of mechanical ingenuity and strength they Ever witnessed the engine to number 141. And will be used on the main line it is equipped with the late to appliances among them the convenience and safety device for eng neets. Dlr Ilc licit and speaking tubes in the cabs. Or o Connor s successor. Change in office of Hendrick com Pandu to stenographer resignation. The acceptance of a More favourable position by p. O Connor who Van chief stenographer Loho offices of the Hendricks m Musaci Ureng company How a a used ii few Hengist. O of Ninnor s so a re or is Hallai k Warren. Or Warren a been employed in the Hendricks offi. Is some time and i familiarity with the work will make him an orce Ptah successor to or. O in Ninnor. Joseph Mann Lon has been nov a or Dlo the position held by or. Warren Hoha Bon an extra attache of the others. The Union picnic. A great Day anticipated at Lake lodore tomorrow a Fine programme of athletic events arranged by the committee. The Union sunday m Hool sex Melon to in Ike lodore will Lake place tomorrow when i Day Flun end a asure is anticipated beside the st re of the resort Over the Mountain. The Nie Liei of the Sun-1.s--h- i classes of the several churches of thilly and the worker on the commit i a have shown an Ranthu. Astle on it that is a Bright augury of tin Sun a of the on Terr Lac. T Clef interest Venter in the itt Pletl events which arc in Feu enough a til hav Rev arils prox a who it have. Tracell the a vilest uni Quot Rel. T chairman a. S Law it lev i. Well Piras with the number of entries lie a the olved. Tits committee the our on spi its will meet tonight to Limp Ete the n of the Day events. Tit kits live by Ell a a on Stile at i Lark s drug store and at the st be of a. T . On Sal m Averu. The a advises that excursions st Purchase ticket before entering the Tali a this will appreciably facilitate matters. It Lias been arranged to have ii or at the City Etalon to carry in to or Vilente to tile Lake. This car will in at the station a Civ in t to Ami Vii Minoi Row morning. Baskets which in a in lined for the general Tobl to it Hull to be taken to the car Between these hours and should to labelled with the name of the owner. Insurance men 8moker. The employee of the local a Fol. E Efth insurance comr and give a smoker Friday evening in their moms in the Burke building. They had As their guest. A l Avery of act Amon. The District superintendent. A very enjoyable time was passed. Elected a trustee. Pioneer City ovum to Junior order t noted american a i Hanics. Held a special election Friday night to flu i vacancy on the Board of trustees aured by the resignation of on of the Mem heis. And Rev Ted a. H. Cook 10 the place. Mail Carrier Reaumer work. Mall Carrier Martin 1�. Oliver of Femster Street a returned his work Iraln after a few Day illness which was caused by being vaccinated. Sampson s condition. Though both leg wore amputated the lad show wonderful vitality and is progressing a Well a the surgeons at the Hospital look for if in r in. And in indications new Are favourable Young Kite Al Sampson. The boy who was inn Over while attempting to jump on i Ontario and Western Tialin on fit Lay. Will i badly crippled. Both ices had to h amputated. One below the knee the other just above. Sampson a Liovvi i a Maik Nib grit and in conversing with com Panton. Whom a warned a Satnat in fair. He said a Hoys you a bettor Lake ids warning you see what i got for jumping on Alibi the of Talon a was a to july and there Ucic grave fear for i not Vecty he Tut Lay afternoon he mid a i i r she he was even stronger and his condition was a favourable As the surgeons could expect after the ordeal through which h had passed which i not Niton survived Hymen of set orig a Otis Iii tons. Semi Centennial doings signs of great activity to assure a Celebration that will a a credit to the citizens of car Hond. And will advertise the City in a Way that will be a great benefits another one Hundred Dollar subscription other matters of interest. The time for the sell it Tennial Celebration is rapidly approaching a fact that is quickening the project Tor of the Enterprise that it is hoped will be creditable in the highest degree to the Cut Gen of Carbond to. And will he the mean of advert eng this City in a manner that will i a a potent Tactor in in Hamons the future Grooth and Prosperity of that Community. The Desidery Tum in of tsar of this the Travler is an abundance of Money. In carry out the elaborate plans of the Celebration and that ills is fully applet in cd by the Pion Cilnis is shown in the increased activity along this line during tile past few weeks. The Lisl it subscription is Hong Siig denied Dally and will oven show n Giaier in tease he Nee Forth. The latest subscription was on hair Day w Hen the i Union hallway company ennui done Hundred dollars. The list thus fat is b. T. I a White Iii a .1 ii the mtg put of pint Neil Insi i ant. I a to i Ali win nil Var ions. I�0b i role. I. It suntan troit in Tiwi to if iter P. Colley. My stall. Mint i Iuse k Hjelt in a i. I s k Iri til. 4-Ini a stall. In Olaiwi ions p. I 11. Vioito i la to. -�?�-n-i.oi-, i it. Ii.ti-1 o Wilmel by Hui a. A m Sixing a lety. So of p. A a g. Of a. A vim r it i m i Atniel i i Nell. V a i. I t a it i �.1 \. I Viva. 1- Oij ii Rholer Al i w nun a Mel lit us i a. A of i Ell Villary h a ii t., a it isl i a Iii. Vol the reunion committee tie committee that will a mtg Rafiei the invite ii is to former residents and enl i talk them a luring their stay lure a completed it organisation. I e. For a local Imp of the Woodmen of the world an insurance order of considerable Merit. It a King the Al fish largest order of that kind in the in typed mat. Or. Rorth work la meeting with encouraging result. Marino the Jubilee the first of the religious process Alons by st. Ross congregation. The first of the pull a religious pro cer Slons in Observance of the Justlee a a it Ted by Pope Teo to tie made by t at Hollis in every country look place yesterday afternoon when the women of the congregation of i Rose Church visited the Church in a body end re rolled in common the prayers prescribed for the de Votion. A Lily visits to the Church Complete the Jubilee and the Valt made during the procession Are equivalent to twelve individual visits. It will therefore take four More procession to Complete the sixty visit and the a will be mad on tuesday. W4n,-D�y, and Friday evening of this week commencing it 7 o clock. Next week the then a of to Parish will make or the procession. The crescents lose. Defeated by score of 18 to 6 by Scranton team. The i rear its went Down yesterday before the team of College players from i Canton. The wore was la to a. The Crescent seemed to he in the poorest form that the player have shown this year and though m Andrew Piti hed Well he waa Given poor support. In Ope inning ten Rune were shred by the a Ranton team with gave the by tact a Lead that could not lie overcome. The re was s Good attendants at the contest. = buried in st. Rose cemetery. The funeral of the late mrs. Pal re k Wynn of Jermyn. W As conducted hat iday morning by undertaker Morrison. Of this City. Services were held in the Church of the a cred he Art. Jot Myn after which the debased a conveyed Here and hurled in st. Rose cemetery. A Rev. M. C. Elliott returns. Rcv. Mortimer f. Guiott. Pastor of the first congregational Church returned on saturday from i vacation which was spent in Maryland. He conducted the usual services in the Church yesterday and was warmly welcomed by the members of his flock. Miss Swikert a graduate nurse spending vacation in Kingston. Llora e Smith is pending his Slimmer vacation with Hihi Andi areal. Or. And or. Payne in Kingston the til red new 0. A w engine. Splendid new engine Man fac daughter of school director Swigert Home from Scranton private Hospital to follow her profession. My e. Holgert. Daughter of school director g k Swigert. Is a Lii from Scranton a a re Quot he a ale-1 us a Nim from la training school of is it Ranion Pilate Hospital miss so Igen purpose p. Imale he it to follow or a Tofe so i. And ii the Home of her i a rents. 17 Spring sleet where Calls or Iii ism Unis will reach her. My it so Igei i has show n a mat a aptitude for the work which she i Hosen. And he enters upon h-1 pin few. Clonal a a a i with n valuable Hosp Lal experience of supplement her natural ability she has a wide acquaintance of sin Ere friends in Ihly City whose Best win he at company her in in it career 10 who h she seems to no to Well adapted. a Hon Malo chairman. Adv vat Clarkson vice chairman and it h. Jadwin . Ii. H. Jad Vav in Appi died a Suh comm Alec to a Lanb the Ros Rummo to he of Novvel in caring for the old time residents this will a Post to the reunion coins Liliee in the meeting of to Leht Ai the Semi Centennial Headquarters. Begin Long it 7 o clock. The reunion comm Ltee Elmira is the oldest residents of the City who Aie eager los to Arvondale Honor la self on the in cission of los Jubilee. About 1m Tui in of former residents were sub a melted at the last meeting to All of j whom invitation will lie forwarded to i milk Pate in the . Each Day the Secretary is informed of the plans it it the various organizations in the by that Are lending a willing and helping hand to the occasion that appeals so strongly to Public Pride. Among those heard from really is the my Honl st Union Vohl a intend to make n splendid Slung lug in the trades display. Which will Lake Plern i Hepler Liei i. If it a possible to secure the Model of twin Quot the tit it locomotive run in Amer leu. Ii will tie in Ludd in the display. The most Lel was used by the i aware a Rol Llu is a company in the Llora i display a i Saratoga Iasi year and negotiations Tor the loan of it Fin ibis nce Aslon Are now in Progress. The fraternal societies Are showing an Ltd live interest and among the so i this Arron Gnu for new Una forms and regalia Are the Fidd Fellows the a a men and lie in lets of Malla. A managing a Ommittee of pulsing Hon. J. J. O Neill w. H Oil Nian. P. F. For incr Abe hah i Ami to. F swag it. Will work under tin g no Ial exe Tulve a Ninn Elltee. Of these. Or. S.1i1111 will have charge of Luosa if lie1 detail work i Hahm s record in disposing a a the derail of other Public celebrations is an Assurance of How Well Oil part of the work of the Tubillo will let a taken care of. The Sale i vision of the subscription con melt tie will be ills first step. The Maii Aellig committee will meet each evening to receive report from special i Oinui Altees and from ii own no niger. And All mailers will be sanctioned by this ism Mattec upon Sugga Lions or the different committee. The passing throng. Miss Moyle spent yesterday at oys Lal Lake. John Reedy of he Ranton. Is visiting friends in town. Michael o Royle. Of Archbald was a visitor in town yesterday. Miss Lortta Vine Street was at Frestal Lake yesterday. Walter i a Kins expects to spend the coming we k in Albany n. Y. Miss m. Byrne is seriously 111 nth a Home on Koulch Church Street. ii. Foster of Hie parlor City. I was among the visitors in Tow n eater Day. Or. And it. Murray and daughter Ethel of Denver col., Are visiting in ills City. Wright of an Bald. In with Fen is in meetings tonight. Common Council Olive Leaf Lodge. No. I my a Ftp land eni oids a of Odd Fellows. Feel Rel Union. No. 7.0. Patriotic Sudri hons of America car Hond a Council no. Sill Knight of Columbus. Visitors irom Scranton. Sex Arel Stant fire t Clef Joseph n. Vilall of her Arlen. And Sou Wei visitor in carbs a Lale Vestenia Michael Mcgovern of the Lackawanna Valley House her Seton. Spent yesterday afternoon with relatives in Ihl City. Under taker purple Home. Undertaker ii a purple Mil son at the hrs too shop of the i Edwatd. Sirl Ved Home Friday night from a week s trip which included the pan american exposition other places in new York state. Cornell students Here. Four student of Cornell University Are spending a portion of their sum or i limn in this Elty. They Sie taking a Ouise in me Hun ical Art in Tallut inc Ltd ton and Are devoting a few week to Acque lilting practical sex Pei Lorn 111 Lair shop and round House it the Delaware and Hudson Hete. At Elk Lake. I and mrs. W b Evans it a and mrs h e May and thir families left yesterday to Uke up their resident for several week in one of the cottages it Elk Lake. Mother Gray s Sweet powders for chimere a Caliri arty. Or a a a a a aim in Lii Larrs s Llomo in a a v a. A in a Wal ally a a a . ia�.,�, to pm col in Quot a Dik Umu. Ailed , 1.141 a a a Al be in Lei Niilus a a. 1-4-e-�?� a a milk. 1-� in l in am a Oarr Iii a Asiain surf i i. The. A jail a. Trathen Al ii Fri a Zoia Rae Iaia to Oak Al All Liu com. A to a-11 a Proa Allah h a i a i a a v y in a births. The Home of or. And or. Henry Fluellen. In hand Street has he Ltd brightened by the arrival of a son a Glt baby has Alvo Bren born to or and mra William Hughes of Houth is reel property . The building on the it Orner of Avenue and Chung Street occupied by grocer John mocha. Is bring improved by a new coat of paint. A trip to new England George h Kimball i it yester Lay boat on. From there he will probably Lake a extended trip though new eni and. Bla Nail Quot. Place. A dislocated Arm. Llu Ollek. Who data a cd Ted Bla Arni a few Days ago. Has had the injury attended to at a Piergoni it Hospital. On a Jersey visit. Martin a do Kerty left cd Ruiu puny for u few Days visit in a Craik and other towns in new a Crit a in new York City. Pour Dir Cloi John "1&Quot Lymph made a Burl Ness trip to new York pity on Hal urday. To organize Woodmen i Camp. John Henri he irk. Of pm Haslei. N. V. Is in own securing charter member miss Katherine spent Friday Evelun this City. A superintendent b. C. Guerin of the Carbondale Gas company spent yes verday in h Ranton. My Hullie Gal Lena of he Ranton. Is the gut of miss Margaret Mclain on Brooklyn Street. Qulie glides the Jolly and Mirthful Justice of Ari Lizald. Was a visitor to Carbon Dai yesterday. Miss Mia Massett. Of Schene Tendy. N. I visiting her aunt. Mrs. M. H. Mad gun. On Haleniy Avenue. Jack the Little Sui of or. And mrs. J. F. Mcdonald who has been seriously ill. Is rezoned out of danger. Miss Ethel Richardson of Philadelphia. Will spend the in Ming week with friends in this a try and h Ranton. Miss Agnesc Denian. Of the West hlee. And miss Manie a higher to of Olyphant spent yesterday it Binghamton. Mis Grace Kelley of Jersey City is Siren Dong her Vail Tenn Voth her grandmother. Or. Margaret Kelley on Hutli River is reel. Mrs. C. N. Mellen who was pro rated Hyth heat wednesday. Is do lug very nicely now. The will probably he about today. Miss Margaret Massett. Of Troy. N a a a stopped off in town Friday night to visit Masr Lizzie Early. She was on her Way Home front Pittston. Clementine and Joseph Gallagher have returned to their Home in a ran ton. After in extended visit Wilh the family of Patrick Early on seventh Avenue. Jermyn and Mayfield. The funeral of the late mrs Patrick Wynn of a Ruth main Street Tor a place in saturday morning and we largely attended. The remains were taken to the Church if in sacred heart where a High Mas of requiem War celebrated. Interment tvs afterwards made in st Rose cemetery. Car Mondale the pallbearer were p h. Collin Patrick a Nightie John Mccarthy. Michael Muldoon. Patrick und John ill Martin. The usual Quarter la meeting services held in the methodist episcopal i Hurch last Chen Long at who h presiding elder Warner preached. The service was preceded by a love feast. Mis Maggie Machrone. Of new York City. Is a Ultang at her Home on South main Street. Mosees May Henwood and knt rna Netherton Speni yesterday in Pecky Lyle or. And mrs. Arthur Pike of scian ton. Were the guests of Jermyn blend yesterday. Mrs. John Solomon it Al Hting Dun More relatives mrs a Lward Davis of Scranton. Is a visitor Here Olyphant. At an adjourned session of the it in. Biard wild on a saturday evening the Contra-1 Lor a lie erection of the first w a i i Enol Annex was awarded to the pick lumber company Tor the sum of Ivan -. I her bids received were a follow m. D. Brown co. $ ?q k a. Fuller. dui untie lumber company. I in. The taller bin was Liol considered for the re is ii that it did not comply with the plans and specification. The Secretary and president were Nuhn Roxe Llo sign the contracts which Spe Ity that the building a Hall but it computed within Muty Day. A letter was read from Jame j o Malley the boards attorney regarding the Issue of Bond which a Iai a that to the Pic ent indebtedness of the school District Buna Noi he used or More than . After seme else Aaion on the Shuet the Board decided that the District be bonded foe the sum of to extend for a period of five years the printing committee was directed to hav the Bonds printed when they deemed advisable an order was drawn for Tion in favor of William Mcdonnell to apply on in amount due him for foundation work Al the naw school. Misses Eva Kelly and Mollte Gal. Lager spent saturday at Harvey s Lake. Or. And or Harry Wright of car Bondale. Visited relatives in town be Tersy. Or. And mra. Georg Moran of Dun More spent yesterday at this place Alfred Jones of Providence was a caller in town yesterday. Miss Jennie o Boyle of la Kan Inna Street. I visiting her daughter or. P. J. Lleullen. To Newark. N. J. T. F. Gih Bona a pent saturday at Noxon a. Taylor. The Anthracite glee Luh the Well known musical organization which has won Fame wherever they have appeared. Had one of their periodical rehearsal yesterday afternoon in Llewellyn s Hall and was Well attended these Well known and capable Singer about forty in number Are faithfully Teher Long the competitive piece who a will be rendered by them in the Competition at the pan american Eisteddfod in september. Prof. D. E. Jones. Mus. Bao., is their Tutor and in him the glee club a s very capable instructor. Who i Bent on having the laurels come to ills loan and be in keeping with their past record. The club contemplate Alvung a series of concerts Lefoie their departure. They have also been engaged to take part in the Evans Benefit next month. At the morning services yesterday in the methodist episcopal Church. Miss Busan Havard of Newcastle one of the leading soloists in one of the largest Pittsburg churches rendered a Beautiful Soprano Solo entitled a heavenly which she rendered in s very charming manner. The pastor. Rev. C. B. Henry delivered a very Able Sermon in the occasion subject. A twentieth Century the or ice were attended by s Large Consi Gatlon. Thomas prominent Young men s Chils Lati association speak or. Addressed a Large gathering of people in Atherton s Grove yesterday afternoon at 4 o clock. The open air meeting War held under in Aepli a of the local Young men s Christian association. Or. Thorburn s address was an interesting discourse and was much Apter Latch by the Many people present Malto Jacobs a converted jew. Occupied that pulpit in the Calvary Baptist Church last evening and delivered a very touching address taking is his subject a Chi Chr leilan the service was largely attended notwithstanding the warmth of the weather. The pallor. Rev. Or. Harris also assisted in the service. Master Russell o Horo. Of go rate College. Philadelphia. I Home to spend the summer vacation with his Mother. Mra. R. M. O Horo. Of main Street. Or. And mrs William Jones of Carbondale. Spent yesterday As the guests of the latter Mother. Or. R. A. Reese of main Street. Mias Jennie Thomas a trained nurse of Parkersburg Hospital Virginia is visiting her Mother in old forge. Foreman m. J. Markin left saturday for Philadelphia to visit his sister and relatives. Miss Hannah Hughe of North main Street. Is spending a week s vacation in Albany. N. V. Ito Hert Llewellyn of Union Street arrived Home Halburd Pyfrom a Elx months visit to i Wales. Miss Alice o Horo. Of main Street has re turned Home trim her visit with relatives in Carbondale or. And or. John i. N Elger. Of Grove Strel visited Friend in Avoca yesterday. Or. And mrs. Walter p Edwards of Bellevue were gust of relatives in town yes i Rdby. Misses Bessie Phillips. A a a Evans. Rah Ion May and Ann Phillip and allx a. Wlna erhorn. Of Thea town Allende a the Xiuru on of the Hirnton i Orre Ponden e schools to Harvey Lake on saturday. Northeastern Pennsylvania Peckville. Attorney i. J. Gilroy a Titei he brother. Airoy Gilroy at Gren rides a Tim Mesara. Gilbert Taylor. Ralph Hof. Fecker and Monroe Scott spent yet Era Day at Lake lodore there la a Goni time for everybody Tho attend a the Wilson s per nor next saturday evening Don t forget the free rom a a it which will be Given by or. Arthur dimming 8unday base Ball 0ame8. National league. At m Loulist h t s. L Tjit. M a i a i j a �?��?i6 i Onri Sruti a Makaaa a a to s i Mph and ft>4n Iii Mimer a and Al Rutn. I my Iraq no a. Attendee. a a Hwy be r h e t Hub a a a a a v a to i a a a in a a a a a a a and Kline. Tifer and Smitn. I Epif Al in Mangham. Anon Dan american league. A f he ago r h e. C no. 1 0a a a a a a i a j phil8<mpht� a Aoi aaa m n a by to Rifi re Luhn and Aufden. Bere urd and pour. I . Aug Ndu if at of Torii r h f. Re i Alai Al u a l to it 0 a 0 0 t 0 0 0 a-., a 1 butt flip a is inter a no \4�fr a i b jew t Fri if go to taif .1 and lin4j�4u. At tend an a 4.000. At Milf a a keep if Trei nmn it ii k. \j��4ukf�� Miniiajoa-4 m i by Milur _____0 1 Joee i 1-1 a i i i to if a div and cd roof. Aad Bice Nihon i a a a had Rimes r h e. X,l�4uk�quot to Jakaj to 0 Tupi Morf. A a a 4 a a a a a t 10 1 Ratt Ortw a liar and Milanak Milit daily and Bif Nathari. Tmpira-9hrridan. Attend butt Eastern league. Hartr. To. Rulik 7. So a a a a 14 Al. 3 to Ltd a re to. I i raid Forf i \%rl4u4&Quot, He knew but would t Tell rmml44iy ural a of a to a i a a a of of tip a it ild no a Urf a nil 4 fit uti. K la 11 Kei if. 4nd 4 Siel of Maun. A emf Fuini Gritl. La Tab 4tp4t4u� 4in dr.rpul#. to in ibo the i 114-Uicd own m a a a Man or 4r Dopa Simret the Jim 44-Miin Efi it a to a tii a re Nial in 101# of the Peiu Ingua 1 Kirifi it muffin Wylli 1� �1 he a ii 4t7u4tni<r<l. In i 4k Al Lii i a it us a the Winiy Hill to going id a t Don t know. A finial Quot �41 stir Quot Vea of ser iterated org inn. In the ton of a human a Dent. Quot but a Noa f fell Ards Ante a us a Zihui. Leeuna True a a a a viru Timol a mm�jnu4ti�#, Dis it a ibid. An t Talka five. A it Cru it of a to a Tienlu. Alyine nod a Ruath nod it of to t Tayog a a to if Forest City. to the. Scan Len Brihim. Forest City july team of Raker William Weber be am Urlah toned in Houth main Street hat iday an Tran away. In front of in me Laughlin Mise they struck Asher Buntlin. Of i no Nortale. Who a Hill lug Hite a. To was in Vel re own and his right so Mulder was broken. Hla body in literally a Vereil with Bruise. The baked a learn we amp pm at the Piu of the Accident by Daniel chamber. The of John la so. In Maple a therl. Burned to the i Iii i a saturday Tom Nung Hync the death of i wife or. Las o has tint been sleeping in the House and the chum of the lire i not known. It was this Man wife who was struck by lightning und instantly killed on tuesday it about two years ago his Little girl fell into a tub of hot water and was a aided a severely that she died. Shortly before that. Lenco had been in the meat , in a while going to Carbondale to Settle Hie a Nunt. Lost 3on. Thi caused his retirement from business. Me now without family and Annie is Joseph Conner has received the in tract to Guilld Martin Mil Hultz s hotel building and Handrea la hot gun i Quot excavate for the foundation. The building will he an imposing Structure. Three stories in height. Miss mime Melvin has returned from a vacation in Binghamton. W. D. Owena. Of morgans store. I tick. Elln Shannock. Set. To the so nil a tt-1-Uik. Tunk Aniio. K. July so a or. An a mis. Samuel filch Are tit real Nung or. Turner of Honesdale this week. Miller Culver und insight i. Mis Agnes and Kora it hand Beturne a in saturday from a Weka a visit to the pan Amerl in exposition. Mrs. Giles Ross spent Friday with Friend at Kal Orvllle in. Frank Krum an a Hll Teti. Of win Lusung. Arc vols Llang or and mis. W w. Bin dwell Louis Hil Knowlt h and family of no York have been spen Lotut the past week it this place or is engaged in the Vrh Lesa so Lothing business in the City and also owns a retail clothing store h i Quot. H. C. Prev oat return a a from a trip to the Southern counties of lie state on saturday. He travel in tie inter esl of the Haik Diamond paint company of thl place. The Tiki it at Meshoppen which culminated in an assault and hat or Case. In which Penn Winnie was the prosecutor mid Sherwood and Cortright defendants was amicably adjusted a the hearing before Squire w. S. Kulz. On saturday. The slander suit who a had its inception from the same cause a the Othee. Was also settled in a the Public will he spore-1 the unsavoury details. Moral done to talk about your neighbors George n s let at the court House has been sworn in is Deputy . And John r. Donovan prothonotary a taken the oath As Deputy commissioners clerk. It would seem from ills at of reciprocity that some one was contemplating a vacation muting the month of August me person an easily do the work in Holh of the office without any serious inconvenience to the Public. _ br00kyln. Base Ftp the is s int a . Brooklyn. July Edith a a int a returned from a trip to the Pon american and will spend or Catl a v tih her parents. Or. And mis. W 1, Kent Are visiting friends in new Yolk Mia. Hough. I Nee miss Bessie Ashley. Of Washington is spending the summer in town. Miss Lillian Hurani has i on spending a few Days in town. Mrs. Luther Ely is quite Iii or. W. W. Lath rope of h. Ranton a in town thursday. Rev. Smith has returned from a two weeks vac Alinn spent in new York miss fair lulls. A student of the Drexel Institute. I spending the summer with her grandparents a re. And has a Large i Law in drawing and painting. Miss Jessie Miller is helping at l. B. Ely s. Mls .1�?e Dolaway. Who was taken 111 Al last saturday. Ins recovered sufficiently to he by night Home. Or Nellie Tewksbury la visiting her sister at Dalton the pie e of land adjoining that of Ralph Sterling and belonging to the Shaddu a estate was sold thursday at Public Sale John Doran Wuy the purchaser. Consideration is to. Diet episcopal Church cleared a neat sum by in or dinner in monday last of the school House a ten. Ellsworth Terry and wife of new Jersey Are occupy log the to no Menc House of mrs. Kate Squires on main Street. La a. It. Dam ick of new York City be the guest of Hla sister or. H. C. Ensign. Or. And mrs Eugene Wonnacott or. And mrs. I Lyre Wonna Ott and or. David la Hulne of t a rho Dale. Were in town Munday. Attending the funeral of heir in vein the Mie Edward Wonna to Oil. Minor Hendriks and Charles Harry Rui kind of Forest City were railing on in Nilo Here on saturday and sunday. Lake win0la. Way Mart. Ski eel in the scr Nten to Lynli. Way Mari. July 21.�?the remains of the late Edward in Emu not. Who was kill d by the it trs. Near tort Jarvis last Friday night were brought Here for burial last a nday. Arriving on the ii it train the funeral waa hold in the Karl Opal re tune. The serve a in Long conducted by Rdo Rev. L w Karschna r. The p ill Heieie. Were messes. Marty kills Charlea Brown Charle Pear a. Williaim Hampton. Bert Walker Slid Charles Ball ill from Ril a Orvle. Who accompanied in ii Mulne or Woit Lianou Van Horn and always Lerl ded Heie until the aha no Iii Nunt of the Giai Ltd of while he was employed when he Remus i n Mala Morss Orrl engaged in Woik Al Roknian on the Erie Railroad. The Ini Ini it was Mude in the faint la plot in the methodist Meme or a. In ugh a Aii All. Ii i Breen. Who he n the Gurst of miss Lillian Hisle the Pari two weeks a returned to it her Home in Jet Onyn. Mis. A a Hull s Ellis of Wilkes Marre and or. Arthurm flu of he Runton were mailing on Frlan in in i it in Manda y. A of Hollenbeak will leave tomorrow for an extended visit with relative in new York stud i s Iiah b Walker waa died to it c Art Indaba on Thum Duy by the serious illness of her son in Law. M in a or. T i. Med Iund und family an or. And or Robert Qunaun Are a i Carr cottage for a roup of e m Cooper he a returned Home after a visit with h Ranton friends the ladle Aid society of tha Matho a sprit is the Tran a a trs a. Lake mind la july i�?T0 a a Large party from a Ranton Tunkhannock and m lakes Barre will attend tha shirtwaist hop and reception at the Clifton this evening. Mesa Corinne Rosenbluth. Of m Laker Barre will sing at the Surrey concert tomorrow night a a Ompanle-1 by Melsi Ida movie prof Rittle. Of the Clifton hotel has torn pee i a five Siep entitled a eth u Nulta Quot dedicated to the Juu Elln camping club. Master my Llmer Long has take Many Ket he of the Guesta of tha Clifton Hyde Yinsi Lii with the m Llkcs-1 Turre poet has written a very a thetic poem in lulled. A i love to hear the breezes of the Trees Quot f a. Strong cup turn of the d. M p. Club of like my insula he retune la Ine after a very pleasant Volt at file Clifton. Hon. 1. J Tillman of Philadelphia in registered it the Clifton. Nicholson. Or tvs to the dts uns. No Holenn. July id.�?1the tables of the m Omen s Christian Temperance Union served ice Cream on the presbyterian Church Lawn Friday evening. Miss Juna m. M Arner instr Etres in Ihu Public hoots of Nicholson. In spending her vacation with friends in Philadelphia and new Jersey. Or. And mrs Courtney Snyder will in the future reside in this place. Mls is t Lina and Esther Wilcox live returned from a Valt Wilh friends in glean n. Y. Cheap Ocean freight. Ocean going tug boat. Each towing barges Are considered. I Reni is Sra Itle to to to Lotf lid r. A writer in the new York mall and Bali eve a hat the problem of Heap Ocean for Clashi Rales for Hilky cargoes across the Atlantic will he a veda by in substitution of oceangoing to ghouls each lowing a numbs it of hinges for the tramp steamship who hut present carry a Large share of my h freight. The Low boat and Hetge hav already nil considerably info the a no Stull a business which was becoming monopolized by the big Many masted Schooner u few years Ngo. And have More recently essayed lengthy any us s. The Luekenbach. The boy pm Tow bout company the Merrill and n number of uhf american concerns Vive repeatedly Lowed disabled Shlit Quot l Miles to port of Refuge. The m 17. Isa Tine specimen if the Ocean going tug of the Modem Type. She has Liao horse Power und steam 1iu knots w Hen going Light. With thru get Largos loaded with lot,.� of Coal. It has frequently mad the trip from Norfolk. A. To the upper Bay in new y irk in forty eight Houi. He a an run Twenty four hours on a a a a at consumption of fifteen Tony and As her full Hunker cd purity is 250 ions. It i ill he seen lha she could readily Cross the Atlantic. A she steam 1� knot an hour with hoi Oil nary Low. The Toni Oqui. With 1.05� horse Power has frequently made the round trip from Philadelphia of Ston with a Tow in seven and a half Days and has a re not of Tow ing 88.m0 top of Coal Over the outside route Between those ports in thirty Days. The Tow Hoai and Borg a have invaded the Bouths to lumber Trade. The Barge Forest Bell bus been towed from . Fla., to Boston with 1.400.000 feet of lumber in a Levy of the fact. It to not surprising to learn a scheme on foot to put u Narge and Tow Hout line in the fruit i Arr Yang Hub in so from the West Lindl a the Harges will b fitted up with refit Geuting Tupai to i an it Quot will he Tow i by powerful tugs at a a Pec i greater than that of the norwegian. British and american freight st inter which a in a a engaged it Idt business it la also claimed that with Reft the rang Plant on Uch Haig. It will be possible to ship to great Britain the major portion of the american a to i beef which is now being carried in steamers and Al a very much lower freight a out. Man Ensine is say that it in possible to Hutlin and operate ung knot tug to Cro a the at Anil a Treut profit. The use it of lug Bonta and Barge a not be ome general on the Pacific. Ious to and there Are Here no o can tugs of the size which have lately come in us on the i Lautic hut there have bin some in thai dare it non. Not without interest. During Ihu Glrst of the i Mylke Ruh. When there was an insufficient Supply of shipping on the Pacific nun to meet the sudden and urgent or Mand for teens per Talon to the Northern port several Barge and dismantled hulks were Lowed to Alaska Laden with heavy cargoes. And in a year one noticeably Large Haige a towed la Nome win ther it would h Pra him Hie to i. A Fleet of Barge a i ass the a Iii to in to in question. If Lux and hats line can be pet Ai d a a Onmeier Lri it Tinsly la Nhi Russ the Atlanta. There la nothing to reason Why thy should not be like Vlf i ult it careful Quot it the pm ih.-. if late Northern route he chosen. Via he a Lynx along the Al cull a she tis at put a Harbor for a Xhindi. -1 i tugboat would have not i extor distances la Loavel Between Coaling Points than on the Atlantic neither i her any More likelihood of encountering ii astr it storm on the part route than in the Atlantic. A he an can freight tale to the port of a la will glue the United slate a Large Alva Niage Over ii european in Pelloni in the Oming Sti Uggla for the Trade of Asia

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