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THE SCRAXTOX TRUTH. S A T t R l A Y A F T E ft X O O X. APRIL 1. 1905. T7VV7 A' yf ' h W VYT Y7Y7nn A FTi 'o - First Publication of Votes it 5 JThe first publication'. of votes for the Candidates IN SCSANTON will be published in next Thursday's Truth, April 6th. The votes for the candidates OUTSIDE OF SCR ANTON will be published in next Friday's Truth, April 7th. Until the close of the contest which is at 10 p. m., Saturday, June 3rd., the names of candidates IN SCRANTON will be Dublished every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and the names of the Candidates OUTSIDE OF SCRANTON will be i 1 published every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. IN SCRANTON. J CENTRAL. CITY - Distrlet 1. Jlngela Blew it t. 316 Phelps st. Eva Short. 2 - '4 Franklin ave. Kate Muliarkey. 314 Phelps st. Mary Muldowney, Wyoming ave. Elizabeth Griffiths. l - '09 Linden st. Margaret O'Reilly. 634 Clay ave. Gertrude Murray. 926 Wyoming ave. Mrs. J. Boone. 532 Forest ft. Miss Grace Pettigrew. M ;ibson st. adie Timlin, 62S N. Washington ave. Oora Shapiro, 313 Penn ave. lla Steele. 533 Monroe ave. susan E. Dickinson. 71 Madison ave. Uillie Mayer. 431 Monroe ave. hllla Boland, 821 Olive St. Jora Haldman. 316 New st. I'k'toria Broadbent, 1020 Mulberry st. Linton Weston. 716 Adams ave. Violet Fahrenholdt. 324 Perm ave. Hay Emory, 717 Olive st. i'llizabeth Saragon, 534 Adams ave. ;Mrs. John Warner, 627 Adams ave. Cjyde warren, linacn Jioiei. J;(inch Moir. 841 Madison ave. Marlus Duffy. 904 Madison ave. Jam Blair. 401 Jefferson ave. t)an Muldooi), 1326 S. Washington ave. Eugene Tropp, 415 N. Washington ave. Prof. James H. Fuller. 1020 Delaware si. Ralph Derry. ,r)02 Harrison ave. 'harles Murphy, 120S Mulberry st. laxwell liessell. 1009 Ridge Row. Jrof. E. J. Flood, 614 Washington ave. rof. John W. Wagner. 401 North Irving allies Poweil. 126 Washington ave. nhn Gallifian, 222 1 - acka. Ave. J. F. Hamniis. Ill Wyoming Ave. F. Lanimont Belin. 447 Jefferson ave. Daniel Lafferty. 101 Spruce St. Michael Kane. Franklin Ave. Harry Sform. City Hall . Adnlph Madenspather. 4ts Bit - kens ct. Thomas Loughran. 416 Taylor ave. James Hawley, Laeka. Valley House. l)avid Strauss, 419 Vine street. Frank Barker. 335 Madison ave. IT. W. Walsh, 342 Railroad avenue. Jlichael Doyle. 225 Railroad av - . "William Wil - th, 436 Hickory street. Jlerman Bower, 634 Wyoming ave. 'Alfred Turner. Wash. aye., cor. Phelps. JC. C. Patterson. 643 E.' Market St. Alex. Dickson, 616 Quiney ave. ' peter Molten. 214 Franklin ave.1 1 Michael Harmon, 405 Sunders. Frank Clifford. 315 Franklin ave. John Dempsey. 856 Lord's cl. '"Hurbert Merrill. 612 Jefferson ave. ohn J. Reynolds, 909 Monroe ave. car Habsacker. 6 Clinton place. Joseph Baumeister, 315 N. Washington. P. F. Murray, 422 New st. Chas. C. Rose, 601 W ebster ave. Albert Hunt. 801 Clay ave. Capt. F. M. Koehler. 013 Center st. Percy H. French. 407 Wyoming ave. Linden V. Decker. 1513 olive st. - NORTH SCRANTON District 2. Alice Leonard. 2009 Margaret ave. May Price, rear of 2039 Wayne ave. Alice Evans, 133 W. Parker si. Mrs. Walter Reese. 1701 Summit ave. Helen Mirtz. 1301 N. Main ave. Carrie Evans, 2013 Wayne ave. Susan Decker, 1439 Summer ave. Gertrude Guild. 201S N. Main ave. Anna OConiior. 521 Cayuga st. Margaret Houlihan, 2708 x. Main ave. Mary Louise Clarke. 543 W. Market st. Libbie Nearv, 1056 W. Market st. Mary Gerrity, 1730 Wayne ave. Mary Costello. 1018 W. Market st. Mary Comerford. 1705 Wayne ave. Anna McNamar. 831 W. Market St. Celia Gannon. 1735 Beaumont ave. Grace D. Hicks, 1120 Columbia st. Blanche Hallstead, 1102 Green Ridge st. Hugh Frayne, 1711 Summit ave. Harry Sproat, 13..4 Penn ave. Lewis Grauman. 848 Capouse ave. Cnas. (jonsianune. n., est Aiai - nei si. Edward Collins, 1349 N. Main ave. Andrew smith, li.i i nroop si. Ambrose Mulley, jr., Edna uvenue. M. J. Walsh. 437 W. Market st. Valentine ISirtley. 1844 N. Main ave. , Frederick Hai'tssoll. N. Main ave. A. D. Myers. 105 N. Market street. f John Jervis. jr., 184 Wayne avenue. John Gilroy. 402 W. Market st. Richard J. Richards, 2U0 Spring st. 'B. J. Morrison. 1016 X. Market St. H - 'iank Miller. 2325 Durkin ave. . Eugene J. V4"11""1 - - !) w Market St. Prof. R. H. Martin. 2051 Edna ave. George Loftus. 1762 Brock ave. ! Edward Clarke. - bit W. Market St. Edward Sallry, 817 W. Market st. Harry Palmer, 2030 Margaret ave. " E '. Patterson. 643 K. Market st. t Clark Guild. 2018 N. Main ave. S. WEST SIDF. - Disirict 3. Mattie Hughes, 531 Sumner ave. Margaret Sherin. 2"KI2 Price st. V Iiaisy Reinhardt. 33 South Main ave. y Kate Schautz. 540 Eynon st. i Stella Meredith. 1618'? Jackson st. - Ma Sayers. 310 N. Rebecca ave. ,Cora Decker. 1162 Division st. .. - .Gertrude Freeman. 744 S. Main ave. ; Margaret Gibbs. 217 S. Main ave. t. Leila A. Porter. 128 Meritiian st. rt Alum Mmison lit Stunner m - e V Elizabeth Lewis. 1149 Locust i - t. ; li'ife Bechtold. 1114 Vandeventer Boul. Tluib Beddow. 300 S. Main ave. s Wini md Haggerty. rear 927 Scrantn st. (j. Margaret Hughes. 319 Decker's ct. Maiy Durkin. 1028 Lafayette st. .Alne Shaw, 224 N. Hyde Pjrk ave. Rose Arigoni, 220 Fairview ave. iWm. E. Watkins. .725 N. Bromley ave. NOMINATION BLANK. Dated..... VMS. Contest Editor: TheScranton Truth, Scrantoti, Pa. I nominate M of No ' Street ....Town...:.... as the most popula woman in The Scranton Truth's Great Popular Contest, and I nominate Mr t Ko Street Town as the most popular man in The Scranton Truth's Great Popular Contest. ' Signed The undersigned citizen endorses this. Name Address O ' Y B. B. Atherton, 2094 N. Main ave.' George Powell, 1210 Main ave. , , Joseph Farrar, 626 O Hara St. Benjamin Evans. 12 Dartmouth st. Fred Peteis, Sloane mine. Michael Barrett. 553 Bellevue place. Chas. Haag. 1518 Jackson St. - Blodwen Rit hard. 1012 Hand st. Florence Murray. 315 Second ave. Col. R. A. Phillips. 719 N. Main ave. F. B. Reese. 1105 Vanderventer Boul. Michael Tighe, 2006 Price st: Gharles Moyer. 920 Eynon st. George Xash. 421 S. .Ninth st. Elsworth Price, 431 Tenth ave. Philip H. Warren. 119 X. Lincoln ave. Sabford Phillips. 1325 Academy st. John Durkin. 223 N. Rebecca ave. Newton Roberts, 225 S. Main ave. Edward Morse. 1222 Jackson St. Frederick Evans. 623 South Main ave. Thomas F. Hurst, 216 Tenth ave. Wm. R. Lewis, 1114 Eynon st. o. E. Knapp. 739 N. Hyde Park ave. David Edwards. .1222 Hampton st. James Hudson, 1106 Watson ave. Thomas Elias. 310 Evans court. David Cadugan. Fourteenth st. Arthur Williams 6 S. Main ave. Edward Evans, 1129 Hampton st. Edward Lewis. 1211 Hampton . William G. Daniels. 226 S. Main ave. Rowland Thomas. 370 X. Hyde Park ave W. S. Grass. 122 N. Hyde Park ave. John H. Devi ne. 15V Jackson st. Stewart Uiesecker. 207 X. Bromley ave. Evan Walters. 1423 Division st. Victor Lauer. 746 X. Main ave. E. W. Thayer. 313 S. Main ave. William D. Morgan. 1025 Rock st. Joseph Oliver. 221 Luzerne st. Alfred Twining. 1414 Swetland. SOI'TH SIDE District 4. Miss Frances E. McGee. 2116 P'ts'n Ave. Miss Anna C. Malia. 932 Prospect Ave. Miss Eva Soholl. 532 Prospect Ave. Miss Sophie Klumpp, 318 Birch St. Miss Marie D. Wirth. 436 Hickory St. Miss Bridget J. Judge. 536 Moosic St. Miss Anna Kuehn. 721 S. Irving Ave. Mrs. Jacob Haefner, 727 S. Irving Ave. Miss Carrie Hartman, 612 Prospect Ave. Miss Mary Rotli. 913 Sloan St. Miss Minnie Titleburg. 1727 P'ts'n Ave. Mrs. W. P. Kuryloski. 131S Pittston Ave. Miss Kate Warner, 1824 Pittston Ave. Mrs. ('has. Hoffman. 725 S. Irving Ave. Miss Kate Rerdon. 801 Crown Ave. Mrs. James Peyton, 523 River St. Miss Lydia Roeder, 631 Fig St. Mrs. Mary Fallon, 307 Palm St. Anna Rafter, 825 Crown ave. Manie Klrwin, 511 Ripple St. Nellie Hannon. 514 Grown ave Frank Ricca. 1811 Pittston Ave. John J. Monahan. 3 Stone ave. Christian Rose, 702 Beech St. William Bauer. 602 Prospect Ave. James Vaughan. 1405 Pittston Ave. Patrick J. Roland. 511 Locust St. Alfred Gutheinz. 301 Willow St. Wiliam C. Miller. 702 Pittston Ave. John Reif. 614 Prospect Ave. August F. Kraft. 446 Alder St. Captain Edward Kneller. 513 Cedar Ave. Capt. Sterlin Siinrell. 1909 Pitttston Ave. Capt. Peter Rosar, 812 Cedar Ave. James D. Mangan, 1310 Prospect Ave. Benedict A. Eiden. 909 Stone Ave. Michael Coyne. 1421 Pittston Ave. Timothy Walsh, 2113 Pittston ave. August Grenger. 413 Maple st. Joseph Ricca. 1911 Pittston ave. Walter Kuryloski. 1305 Pittston ave. J. F. Dooley. 421 Pittston Ave. G. A. Kotzwinkle. 18 Kirst Court. Theodore Bauchmaii. 1109 Poplar St. James Kane. 114 S. Webster ave. Hugh Coyne. 1605 Pittstonav Michael Hannon. 424 Prospect ave. OUTSIDE SCRANTON. Dl'XMOHK District 5. Mrs. A. L. Xolan, 1737 Jefferson Ave. Florence Biuning. Brook St. Kate Connerton. Pine St. Ruby Yost. X. Blukely St. Margaret Reirdoti. Elm St. Delia McDonnell, Smith Court. Grace Chamberlain, X. Blakely St. Mary A. McHale. Swartz St. Marie Bionson, Elm St. Mrs. John Flack. Walnut St. Florence Robinson. Clay Ave. Mrs. P. F. Reilly. Ward St. Elsie Powell. X. Blakely St. Mis. A. R. Snyder. Dudley St. Kate Corcoran, Dun more. Mary Ently. E. Drinker St. Elizabeth Teevan. E. Drinker St. Mrs. W. F. Gibbons. Anna McCow an. 7.46 Chest nut, Dunumre James O' Boyle. Dunmoie. Howard Chamberlain. Erie office. Frank Binghum. Pine st. Charles Sloat. Pine st. Timothy E. Boland. Chestnut st. Melt Xolan. 1737 JeffersoN avenue. Patrick O'Hara, Dunmoie. Patrick Fahey. Warren st. James Giluiai'lin. Clay ave. Prof. .Michael Costello. X. Blakely St. Frank Saci - o, Dunmoie. R. A. Hicks, Dunmoie. Philip Davis. Diinmore. John McGlone. Jr.. Apple St. Patrick O'Horo. Chestnut St. Dominick Dempsey. Dunmoie. Albeit Williams, Blakely St. George Russell. Bloom St. Stephen Laugan. Y. M. I. Rooms. John Schlenz. Pine St. Anthony McHale, 247 Elm st.. Dunmoie. Austin L. Guflin. 801 Electric ave. Win. Weidiier. 215 Butler St.. Dunmoie. Charles Savage, Dunmore. C A R B iNDA EE District 6. Alice Rashleigh, 36 River St. Address. The following list of Popular Men and Women have been nominated in THE TRUTH'S GREA T POPULAR CONTEST for $5,500.00 worth of Prizes.: New names will probably be added from day to day by the friends of other popular people. The race is now on. THE CONTEST CLOSES 9 WEEKS FROM TO - DA Y. Votes should be secured at once. The prizes are alluring. The contest will be fascinating and exciting. Work and win ! May Moftitt. 36 Woodlawn Ave. May Horan, 50 Scott St. Ann'Moran. 156 S. Main St. Mrs. J. F. McDonnell. 55 Eighth Ave. Eula Carey. Reynshanhurst. Lizzie Murphy, 142 Spring St. Maud Stephens, 29 Salem Ave. Jennie Parker, Fallbrook St. Mary Barrett. South Side. Mrs. P. F. Hughes. 59 S. Church St. Miss Ella Harte, 2ft6 Dunduff St. Margaret R. Campbell. 120 Cavaan St. Ella Farrell. 70 Pike St. Helen Meehan. 11 Spruce St. Timothy J. Gilhool, 23 N. Brooklyn St. Anthony Hughes. Gordon Ave. A. R. O'Malley, 2S3 Pike St. John Brown, 50 Brown St. John B. Walsh. 64 Pearl St. Joseph Glennon, East Side Park. Patrick F. Fox. West Side. Frank Tntlles. 20 X. Main St. Maurice Murray. 85 S. Main St. Frank McDonnell, 55 Eighth Ave. Frank Couch, 76 Washington St. Rexford Williams. Terrace St. Charles J. Cavanaugh, 25 Dundaff St. Ray Burke, 35 Brooklyn St. Fred Hiller. N. Church, cor. Cavaan St. J. Russell Jones, 33 River St. Fred Lewis. 135 Washington St. Elmer Brokenshire, 51 Garfield Ave. John Hart Burke, 11 South Main St. Claude R. Smith. 141 Park St. Oscar Morgan, 96 Seventh Ave. PITTSTON District 7. Mrs. B. J. Conlan. Pittston. Pa. Miss Alice McHale. Pittston. Pa. Mrs. John Bresnahan. Pittston, Pa. Miss Elizabeth Blewitt, Pittston, Pa. Miss Anna G. Gibbons. Pittston, Pa. Miss Eva Brown. West Pittston. Pa. Miss Elizabeth M Donald, W. Pittston. Miss Jennie Brown, West Pittston. Pa. Miss Antoinette King. Jr.. W. Pittston. Mr. Edward Pancoast, West Pittston. Mr. Edward Parkman. W. Pittston. Pa. William Francis, West Pittston, Pa. John Scureman. West Pittston, Pa. P. F. Loftus, West Pittston, Pa. P. J. Brown, West Pittston, Pa. S. B. Bennett. West Pittston, Pa. Thos. H. Hopkins, Pittston, Pa. Albert Enterich, Pittston. Pa. Charics Curly. Pittston. Pa. Alexander Tohmpson. Pittston, Pa. M. E. Golden. Pittston. Pa. W. L. Pace. Pittston. Pa. A. T. Walseh. Pittston, Pa. John J. Hart, Pittston, Pa. Joseph Loftus, Pittston. Pa. Y. H, Gillespie, Pittston. Pa. ; ' John Heffern. Pittston. Pa. - John Kehough, Pittston Pa. DISTRICT 8. ARARAT. F" VriHer Atm rat O Miss Golda Leach. Ararat. ARCH BALD. Mrs. Hannah Cavanaugh. Archibald. Miss Kate Lally, Archbadl. Miss Anna Kearney, Archibald. Miss Sadie Sweeney, Archibald. Miss Emily Gildia. Archibald. Miss Margaret Oawley. Archibald. Miss Maud Kielty. Archibald. Miss Xellie Butler, Archibald. Miss Nora Healy. Archibald. Miss Probst. Archbali. Anna Corcoran. Archbald. Prof. W. A. Kelly. Archbald. John J. Dougher. Arch ha Id. P. F. Brogan. Archbald. Arthur Bishop, Archbald. P. F. Fitzpatrick. Archbald. Thomas Kielty. Archbald. Frederick S wartztrauber. Archbald. Samuel Kiparolla. Archbald. Henry Myers. Archbald. Captain P. J. McAndrews. Archbald. P. V. Gaughan. Archbald. Joseph Coolieail. Arcvhbald. Michael Rupp, Archbald. Ernest Battenburg, Archbald. CLARK'S SUMMIT. Miss Anna McCormick. Clark's Summit. Miss Etta Mann. Clark's Summit. Prof. Frederick Greene. Clark's Summit. DALTON. Miss Veniia Tiffany. Daltou. Miss Ruth Boll. Dalton. II. X. Deane. Dalton. Prof. (.'. B. Yanyen. Dalton. Richard D. Purdon, Dalton. DICKSON. Miss Mary James. Dickson. Miss Phoebe Caygil. Dickson. Miss Josephine Hemic. Dickson, Miss Margaret Hall, Dickson. Miss Lena Kerrick. Dickson. George O'Hara. Dickson. Peter Fan - ell, Dickson. William Williamson. Dickson. Flunk O'Connor. Dickson. Jainex Meehan, Dickson. J ERM YX. Grace Vail, Jermyn. Mary Roland, Jeriuyn. Myra Hills. Jermyn. Peter Kelley. Jermyn. David Jenkins. Jermyn. Henry Maxwell. Jermyn. Henry Brown. Jermyn. Arthur Morgan. Jermyn. Harry Treas, Jermyn. JESSCP - WIXTOX. Miss Mary Lawler, Jessup. Miss Emma Wilse, Je.ssup. Miss Margaret McAndrew, Winion. B. J. McGurl. Jessup. John Lally, Jessup. Patrick Dean, Winion. MAYFIELD. Miss Amy Williams. Mayfield. Miss Lillian Greene. Ma.v field. John F. Farrell, Maylie'd. John Campbell, Mayfield. Patrick Taliet, Mayfield. OLYPHAXT. Miss Mary McGinly. Olyphant. Miss Bertha Goodrich. Olyphant. Miss Xettie McDonnell. Olyphant. Miss Rachel Evans. Olyphant. Mrs. William Widdowfield, Olyphant. Thomas Rogan. Olyphant. Frank McGloughlin. Olyphant. John Reddington. Olyphant. Michael O'Malley, Olyphant. Anthony Murphy. Olyphant. John J. Moran. Olyphant. Isaac P. Griffiths. Olyphant. PECKVILLE. Miss Nora L. Pickering. Peckville. Miss Cassie Williams. Peckville. Miss Pearl Hopfer, Waverly. Miss Lena Gendall. Peckville. William Allen. Peckville. James M. Smith, Peckville. Charles Beattys. Peckville. A. W. Jenkins, Peckville. N. W .Thomas. Peckville. Prof, H.. B. Anthony, Peckville, , Four Grand Prizes. 1. New Cadillac Automobile Touring Car, Detachable Tonneau. complete. This Automobile is one of the finest of its class. It Is now on exhibition at the store of The Scranton Garage and Motor Car Co. All Candidates in THE GREAT POPI LAR CONTEST mill have the opportunity opportunity to test the strength and easy riding qualities of this Machine. The car is very easily handled, and can be used with only one seat if desired, as It is provided w ith Detachable Tonneau. 2. The choice residence lot In Tripp Park, will be selected from a large number, by the fortunate winner of this attractive prize. These lots are in a desirable location for residence, and property is increasing in value in the vicinity. f 3. Beautiful $500.00 Iver & Pond Piano and an Automatic $150.00 Piano Player. This Piano is purchased from L. B. Powell & Co., who state that it is one of the most popular Pianos. ThisPiano can be seen at any time by calling calling at their store' In Scranton. v 4. Two round trip tickets to the Lewis & Clark Exposition at Portland. Ore., two admission tickets to the Exposition grounds good for four weeks, and $100.00 in cash for traveling expenses. Stop - overs will be allowed on these tickets tickets at some of the most interesting cities In the country. The most wonderful wonderful scenery In the world will be witnessed by the fortunate winner of this splendid prize. All the wonders of the Plains, the grandeur of the Rockies, and the desolation of the Arid Deserts will be viewed by the winner of this grand prize, and his or her chosen companion. The round trip covers over 6,000 miles of rail, equal to one - fourth the circumference of the Globe, The Twenty District Prizes. 3 prizes Each a beautiful $100.00 Diamond Ring. 1 prize Two annual season tickets with Orchestra reserved scats, good for every attraction at the Lyceum Theatre. 3 prizes The winner of each of these Prizes has the privilege of selecting sporting goods to the value of $100.00. The variety of selection that these prizes offer is too numerous to mention, but includes games of all kinds. Kodaks. Bicycles, Rifles, Tennis and Base Ball outfits, in fact everything everything that can be purchased from John Rawlings or Robinson & Adams. 4 prizes Each consisting of a June vacation trip to Atlantic. City. New Jer sey, for the successful winner and his or her chosen companion, including railroad tickets, and room and board for two weeks at one of Atlantic City's leading hotels. 3 prizes Each consisting of a lady's or gentleman's fine gold watch, to be selected by the winner. 1 prize An annual pass on the Scranton Street Railway, good on all lines and can be used by the winner for an unlimited number of rides ler one year. 1 prize A beautiful cut - glass punch bowl with glasses, which can be exchanged exchanged for other glass of euuaUil value if preferred. 1 prize Two annual . season tickets with Orchestra reserved seats, good for every attraction at the Court Square Theatre. 2 prizes Each consisting of a Mahogany finish Automatic Piano Player. 1 prize Two round trip railroad tickets to Colorado, for the successful winner and arjy chosen companion for trip during the coming summer. Four Special Period Prizes. Four special prizes will be offered within a few days to the four Candidates, Candidates, two men and two women, one man and one woman in Scrantcin, and one man and one woman outside Scranton, receiving the largest vote before the close of the first period, which is 10 o'clock p. in., Saturday, April 15th 1905. THROOP. Miss Margaret McCormick. Throop. Miss Cooper. Throop. William Appleman. Throop. August Allendike. Throop. Prof. John O'Hara. Throop. WA YERLY. Miss Lena Stone. VYaverly. Robert Parker, Waverly. Joseph Waile, Waverly. l.e.ster Tyler, Waverly. VANDLING. Maine Cox. Vandling. Margaret Evans, Vandling. Rose McDonnell, Vandling. C. J. Arnold. Vandling. David Parry, Vandling. William Bartholomew. Vandling. William Madigan, Vandling. DISTRICT 9. AVOCA. Lizzie Boone, Avoca. Nellie Murphy, Avoca. Mary Flannery. Avoca. Margaret Ward, Avoca. - Maine Graham, Avoca. Jean Cranston. Avoca. P. F. Devers. Avoca. Robert Golden. Avoca. Thomas Maloney, Avoca. William Brown, Avoca. Andrew DrulYner, Avoca. Walter Boylan. Avoca. Eugene McAlpine. Avoca. John Meade. Avoca. John Hogaii. Avoca. Arthur Davidson, Avoca. .Maurice Johnson. Avoca. Patrick Grady, Avoca. COYNE. Xt'ilie Conway. Coyne. Frank Rerger. Coyne. Pa. John Willis. Coyne. Pa. William Moonie. Coyne. William Dids, Coyne. Pa. Frank Judge, Coyne. Pa. EDSVARDSVII.LE. John (nam. Edwardsville. Isaac Edwards. Edwardsville. Sam. Thomas. Green st.. Edwardsville. John Bryant. Edwardsville. John McGroarty, Edwardsville. Philip Richards. Edwardsville. Margaret J. Edwards. Edwardsville. Sarah K. Jones. Edwardsville. Julia lireiinen. Short t - l.. Edwardsville. Matlie Davis. Edwirdsville. KINGSTON. Charles Bates. Kingston. Jaiiies F. Mullahy. Kingston. Mary Law, Kingston. IJzzie I.avis, Centre si., Kingston. MINERS MILLS. Thomas Mack, Miners Mills. James Barneit. Miners Mill - . George Burt, Miners Mills. Dan Bevan." Miners Mills. Hose Mayoi k. Miners Mills. Miss Skidniore. Miners Mills. Beatrice Alhy. Miners Mills. MI NOOK A. Anna Burke. Minooka. Maine Langan. Minooka. Kale Jeff em. Minooka. Celia Xallin, Minooka. Anna Kelly. Minooka. .Mamie Coyne. Minooka. Michael Judge. Minooka. Thomas Toole. Minooka. Patrick Connolly, Minooka. Patrick Mulkerin, Minooka. William J. Burke. Minooka. Michael Mulherin, Minooka. MOOSIC. Blanche Fregellis. Moosi" Stella Levan, Moosic. Lizzie Dawson. Moosic. Carrie Sebrehine, Moosic. Maine Hinds. Moosic. Minnie Edsell. Moosic. Michael Garey, Moosic. Nellie McDonald. Moosic. Margaret Hale. Moosic. David Morris. Moosic. Samuel Bowman. Moosic. James Powell, Moosic. William Sanderson. Moosic. W. M. Stevenson. Moosic. James G. Hailstone. Moosic. M. J. Munley. Moosic. Andrew Fleming, Moosic. OLD FORGE. Nellie Ryan, old Forge. Kate Roach. Old Forge. Esther Drake, old Forge. Myrtle Wood, Old Forge. Mary Clarke. Old Forge. Margaret Pickerel, Old Forge. John Corcoran, ild Forge. Martin Meinelo. Old Forge. Thomas P. Jones, Old Forge. Michael Holland. Old Forge. I'M ward Fallon. Old Forge. George Drake, jr.. old Forge. Samuel Pickerel. Old Forge. Michael Lyman. Old Forge. Robert B. Johnson, Old Forge PARSONS. Esther Frethaway. Parsons. Anna Farrell. Parsons. Carrie Seiple, Parsons. Catherine Kearney. Parsons. James Moran, Parsons. Gomer Morgans, Parsons. Terience Reilly. Parsons. Arthur Stone. Parsons. RENDU AM. Katie Ciannan. Rendliain. Charles Keogh, Rendham. TAYLOR. Anna' Burns. Taylor. Anna Moieland. Taylor. Gertrude Watkins. Taylor. Gertrude Morris. Taylor. James W. Price. Taylor. 1 Casper Oit, Taylor. I John S. Evans. Taylor. ! Samuel J. Phillips. Taylor, i Thomas Gibbons. Taylor. ' Edgar Stone. Taylor. I John E. Evans, Tavlor. 1 Michael Murray. Taylor. I John Henry Harris, Taylor. I Mr. Florence Sullivan. Taylor. James Morris. Taylor. Tallie Griffiths, Taylor. DISTRICT 10. . ATHENS, Louise Stuleu. Athens. Anna Maloney, Athens. George Macafee. Athens. . FACTORY VI LLE. Lottie Carr. Factory ville. Nettie Wright, Factory ville. Miss H. Taylor. Factoryvilie Frank Kremer, Factoryvilie. Sherrie Taylor. Factoryvilie. FOREST CITY. .Mrs. G. E. Maxey. Forest City. .Mrs. William Healy. Forest City. Margaret Evans. Forest City. Mrs. F. J. Hood. Forest City. Anan Parkins. Forest City. Elizabeth Hartung. Forest City. Maine Gillespie, Forest City. Manic Cawley, Forest City. Rose Keariis. Forest City. Frank W. White, Forest City. J. L. Morgan, Forest City. Henry Brain. Forest City. Prof. J. L. Richards. Forest City. Michael J, Walsh. Forest City. Martin Ruatie. Forest City. Friends of Candidates ! All friends, of candidates should send in votes for their favorites at once so that proper credit may be given in time for publication in next Thursday or Friday's paper. Every candidate who receives a good vote in Thursday's or Friday's announcement will feel encouraged and more determined determined than ever to win one of The Truth's 28 valuable prizes. John J. Kellehen, Forest City. William D. Owens. GREAT BEND. Mr. Michael Barry. Great Bend. Prof. C. G. Thorpe. Great Bend. Margaret Stevens. Great Bend. Florence Trowbridge, Great Bend. HALLSTEAD. Melviu Cralldall, Hallstead. Miss Lulu Fitzgerald. Hallstead. Miss Gertrude Read. Hallstead. HAWLEY. olga Buck. Hawlev. Mary Murry, Hawley. Winifred Haggerty. Hawley. Kate McHale. Hawley. Warren Murphy, Hawley. Patrick Haggerty. Hawley. Martin Gaffney. Hawley. Russell Wall, Hawley. IIOXESDALE. Alma Schullcr, Spring St. Mary Carr. Baird St. Bessie Dudley, Young St. Nan Reed. East St. Ada Hiller. Church St. Bessie Lawyer. Court St. Marie McDermott. N. Main St. Bessie Healy, Young St. Grace Bishop. East St. Edna Doolittle, Grove St. Lottie Theobald, Grove S. Martha Voight. Main St. Antoinette Brown. Hnuesda le. Miss M. Wood. Main St. Catherine Briggs. Honesdale. Gertrude Reilly. Honesdale. I - on Rosa, Dyberry Ave. Joseph Barberi. Main St. Edwin Butler. East St. Wm. Baird, Baird St.. K. Honesdale. Edward Katz. Church St. George Dietzer. Young St. Fred .Murray. Church St. Sloan Trtiscott. Park St. James Miller. Main St. Manuel Freeman. Church St. George Moran. E. Honesdale. Walter Sonn, SeelyviUe. Thoi Kilroe, Scelyrtile. KINGSLEY. Miss Georgiana Steam, Kingsley. Eugene Ostium. Kingsley. Eugene Loomis, Kingsley. LAN ESI'.OKO. Miss Etta Barnard. Laiiesboro, Pa. John Fcnton, Lsneahioro, Pa. . Thomas Carr, Laiiesboro, Pa. MONTROSE. Fred Mack. Montrose. C. J. Wilson. Montrose. John M ihon. Montrose. Carrie Thompson. Montrose. Clara Winaus. Montrose. Julia Coylc, Montrose. Most '( tW. Prof. W. E. Brown. Moscow. Pa. N A NT ICO K E. J. C. Roth. Xaiiticoke. .NEW MILFORD. .Miss Clara liiderlied. Xew Mil' Miss B. Howe. Xew Mill'ord. Martin F. Hand. Xew Milford. F. G. liiderlied. Xew Milford. ird. XICHOLSOX. .Miss Florence Wilkins. Nicholson. Mrs. Edson Lewis. Nicholson. Harry Stevens. Xiclioison. M. L. McMuilen. .Nicholson. William Friel, Xiclioison. SAYRK. Agnes Weaver, Sayre. Lottie Charter. Sayre, Nellie Harrigaii. Sayre. John Hammond, Sayre. Charles Palmer, Sayre. Dell Biggins, Sayre. STAKCIVA. Miss Iva Munl'onl. Slannca. Pa. Miss Maine Reddington. Starucca, Pa. Sl'SQl'KHANNA. Miss Elizabeth Cahill, Susquehanna. Pa. Miss Margaret McMahon.. Susquehanna John Buckley. Susuqclianna. J.ty Barrett. Susuehanna. S STROCDSRI'IIG. 1 Miss Carrie Bell. Stmudsbuig. 1 Miss Biiel.t Seiple. E. Stroudsburg. I Miss Mabel Dunn.E. Stroudsburg. ' Frank Landers. St roudslnirz. ; Prof. Kalph Wood. Stroudsbui g. I George Torbett. E. Stroudsburg. I Charles Wannaii. E. Stroudsburg. I Dr. C. G. Cross. E. Sti'oti.Uhurg. Anaiiais Warm. 111. E. Stroudsburg. Guy Reher. East Stroudsburg. Fniley R. Pol ter. East Stroudsburg. THOMPSON. Miss Virgia Brow n. Thompson, Pa. B. F. Barnes. Thompson, Pa. ToWANTlA. t Frank Welsh. Touauda. Prof. John Stuart. Tow.mda. Lew Frishie. Towaiida. Dudley Humphrey. Tonand.i. Mrs. Margaret I lunphy. Tow .1 nda. Floy Lilly, Towaiida. HOW TO VOTE. Votes will be given to all subscribers of The Truth, during the four periods of the Contest, on the following basis : lM Period. 2iul Period. 3rd Period. (Ill Period. Voles Vol os Voles Voles Time .icn. Given. Giwn. Ghrn. Rate or Sub - Mar. 2.", Apr. l.", Apr. 29. Ma.v 1:!. of Subscription, Subscription, to Apr. 15. to Apr. 29. to Ma.v 13. to June 3. scrlplioii. 3 years KiliO 1 ItMl 1200 1 000 $9.0(1 2 jours !l Hon 700 BOll " 6.00 1 year loo ::iui 210 3.00 0 llloiuh - Ill) 120 100 8(1 1.50 FOR EXAMPLE When a subscriber ileoitlcs t pay three years in advance on The Truth, duririLT the first period of the Contest, lb'OD votes will lie counted for the man. and ItiOO votes will also he counted for the woman, both selected by the subscriber. subscriber. VOTES FOR CONTRACT SUBSCRIBERS One - fourth the above scheduled number of votes will be given to all old or new subscribers signing a contract for six months or longer and agreeing thereby to pay for the paper weekly or monthly. Votes will be counted as soon as orders are verified TL'XKHAXXOCK.. W. C. Kitridge, Tunkhannock. Thomas Boyce. Tunkhannock. Mame Wall. Tunkhannock. Catherine Vose, Tunkhaunock. L'NIONDALE. R. W. Pease. L'niondale. E. G. Burdick. L'niondale. Alice Barriger, L'niondale. Daisy Bronson, L'niondale. WILKES - BARRE. y Prof. Chas. H. Weaver, 366 S. River st. Samuel J. Connor, Morgans' Shoe store. Ralph Wolfe, Cinderella St. Wm. Herring, Pennsylvania ave F, E. Schuler. 115 Ross st. Capt. Jas. Kenney, Wills building. William Miller, 79 Gilderslieve st. Bessie Sutton, Madison st. Maud Hosier, Jonas Long's Sons. Lilly D. Mak, controller's office. Mary Mason, S. River St. J. J. Becker, restauranter. WYALL'SING. Oscar Brown. Wyalusing. Prof. C. J. Mi - Cord. Wyalusing. Mrs. Hatie Wagner. Wyalusing. Abbie Chamberlain, Wyalusing. Mrs. W. N. Thompson, Wyalusing. Conditions of the Contest. The popularity of candidates will be determined by the number of votes received by each. Th"se having the largest number of votes will be declared the winners of the respective prizes. All prepaid subscriptions must be delivered to THE SCRANTON TRUTH, main office corner Penn avenue and Mulberry street, before votes will be counted. Votes cannot be changed from one candidate to another, after they have once been cast. No employe of THE SCRANTON, 1 til, 1 H or any member of his family family will be permitted to participate in tin's GREAT POPULAR CONTEST. CONTEST. The contest will close at . Ifen o'clock p. m. Saturday, June 3, and the result will be published in THE TRUTH at the earliest possible moment moment thereafter. New or old subscribers who prepay their subscriptions earliest in the contest are entitled to a larger number number of votes than those who prepay prepay near the close of the contest. See table of votes. Every new' or old subscriber who sends in a prepaid subscription to THE SCRANTON TRUTH for six months or more is entitled to the scheduled number of votes for his favorite candidates. Candidates are not restricted to any territory in securing votes. Every candidate has an opportunity opportunity of winning at least two prizes. First. A GRAND PRIZE, or a DISTRICT PRIZE, then A SPECIAL SPECIAL PERIOD PRIZE. The winners of the Four Grand Prizes will not participate in the distribution of the District Prizes. In the district where a candidate wins a Grand Prize the district prize will be awarded to the candidate candidate receiving the next highest number of voles. Fourteen prizes will be awarded in Scranton. and fourteen prizes outside Scranton. Seven prizes to the most popular women in Scranton. Seven prizes to the most popular men In Scranton. Seven prizes to the most popular women outside Scranton. Seven prizes to the most popular men outside Scranton. There are ten districts, four in Scranton and six outside Scranton. in each of which one prize will be given to the most popular woman, and one prize to the most popular man. Hie largest number of votes deciding the question. The prizes will be on exhibition during the contest, so that Candidates Candidates and their friends, ivn by personal personal inspection, judge the high quality of every prize. There is no contest between the most popular men and most popular popular women Candidates, only in the matter of first choice of the prizes. For example: There are Four Grand Prizes, one of these four prizes will be awarded to the most popular man or woman, in or outside outside Scranton. receiving the largest total vote bel'ote the close of Contest. Contest. The second choice to the one receiving the second largest vole, and so on. The same rule will apply apply to the two prizes which will be awarded in e.icli District.

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  2. 01 Apr 1905, Sat,
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