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- 13 f ii k .s Cm a St as 7r fcur if, s a 1 C b AT ATT E & xu qnta p R I L ?. 1 9 0 5. 7s rA YTsX . Y7 V A Fir Yr TN Voting for out of town candidates tesf jsk as for city favorites. favorites. In tact, there is a larger total vote - cast probably due to the ; fact that the announcement is. made' two days after the announce ment for standing of candidates in Scranton. Fourteen prizes are to be awarded to the out of town candidates; seven t:) the women and seven to the men;: who receive the largest total vote, or the largest vote in their respective districts. The candidates who are in the lead in votes in their respective districts and communities are to t3 congratulated on the encouragement The next publication of votes for out f town candidate will be made Wednesday Wednesday night. April 12. Another publication publication will be made Friday night. April 14, one day before the close of the first period. All Candidates should make strenuous efforts to secure the largest possible number of voles, and mail them to The Truth office before 10:00 p. 1m. Saturday night. All votes in letters wearing the post mark from the office f mailing before 10 p. m. Saturday will be rounted as having been cast on the first period schedule, and will be counted counted in deciding the winners of the TWO SPECIAL PRIZES. One prize to be given to the man and one prize to be given to the woman receiving the largest largest vote outside of Scranton before the close of the first period, 10 p. m. Saturday, Saturday, April 15. District 5. Two district prizes will be awarded; one to the man and one to the woman candidate in this district receiving the largest vote at the close of the contest. Today the woman having the largest Vote ,is and ths man candidate having the largest vote Remember, those who vote before"V vote is next Saturday, April 1... receive an extra bonus In votes, which will be greatly to the advantage of their favorite favorite candidate, and at the close of the contest might be the deciding factor in winning a prize:' Therefore, vote early: DUN MORE WOMEN. Mary A. AIcHale, Swartz Marie Branson, Elm Kate Corcoran, Dunmore Frank Bingham. Pine Florence Robinson. Clay Grace Chamberlain. N. Blakely.. Margaret Reirdon, Elm Mrs. P. F. Reilly, Ward Ruby Yost, N. Blakely Delia McDonnell, Smith Court... Mrs. John Flack. Walnut Florence Hruning. Brook 'Elsie Powell, N. Blakely Mary Early, E. Drinker Elizabeth Tee van, E. Drinker.... Mrs. W. F. Gibbons Kate Connerton, Pine. ' Mrs. A. R. Snyder, Dudley. Anna McGowan. 346 Chestnut. 6:0 4s.) 440 360 .;:o sir. 245 20.'. l'JO 14'. 135 85 SO 30 15 10 DL'NMORE MEN. Charles Savage. Dunmore Timothy E. Boland, Chestnut . A. Hicks. Dunmore Howard Chamberluin, Erie Office Charles Sloat, Pine James O'Boyle, Dunmore Patrick Fahey. Warren John Schlenz, Pine Stephen Langan, Y. M. I. Rooms Prof. Michael Costello, N. Blakely.. 1 Frank Sacco, Dunmore Dominick Deinpsey, Dunmore Patrick O'Hara. Dunmore 'Philip Davis. Dunmore Anthony McHale, 247 Elm George Russell. Bloom James Gllniartin. Clay. John McGlone, Jr.. Apple. Austin L. Gurtin, sOl Electric. Wm. Weldiier. 215 Butler. District 6. Two district prizes will be awarded; one to the man and one to the woman candidate in this district receiving the largest vote at the close of t lie contest. Today the woman having the largest. vote is and the .man candidate having the largest vote is Remember, those who vote before next Saturday. April 15. receive an extra bonus In votes, which will lie greatly to the advantage of I heir favorite favorite candidate, and at the close of the contest might be the deciding factor in winning a prizel' Therefore, vote early! 'A RBONDALE - WOA1 EX. Maud St - phens. 29 Salem May Mollitt. 36 Woodlawn Klla Harte. 206 Dundaff Alice Rashleigh, 36 River Eula Carey, Reynshanhurst Jennie Parker. Fallbrook May Horan. 50 Scott ..' Lizzie Murphy. 142 Spring Anna Moran. 156 S. Alain Mrs. J. F. McDonnell. 55 Eighth Mary Barrett. South Side Mrs. P. F. Hughes. 59 S. Church.... Margaret R. Campbell, 120 Canaan. 530 515 ! 485 i 390 ' 350 1 310 ! 310 115 95 . so I 35 1 10 HOW TO VOTE. Votes will be given to all subscribers of The Truth, during the four periods of the Contest, on the following basis : 1st Period. 2nd Period. 3rd Period. 4tli Period. , Voles Votes Voles Votes Given.. Given. iien. Given. Rate Mar. 25. Apr. 15, Apr. 29. May 13, or Sub - to Apr. 15. to Apr. 29. to May 13, to June 3. scription.' ...160(1 H 12(M - " . . . 900 800 TOO 600 .00 . . . 400 :;o sow 2 in . Time of Sub - scription. 3 years . . . 2 years . . . 1 year . . . . months 110 120 Ho So 1.50 FOE EXAMPLE When a subscriber decides to pay three years in - advance on The Truth, tluriii"; lite first period of the Contest, ItiOO votes will be counted for the man, and 1600 votes will also be 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 Ella Farrell. TO Pike Helen Me - han. 11 Spruce. C A R BONDA LK M EN. Timothy J. ;ilhool. 23 N. Brooklyn.. Anthony Hughes. Gordon Patrick F. Fox, West Side A. IS. O'Malley. 2S3 Pike Frank Tralles. 20 N. Main Joseph Gleniion. East Side Park Charles J. Cavanaugh. 25 Dundaff.. Elmer Brokenshire. 51 Garfield Claude is. Smith. 141 Park John Hart Burke. 11 South Main Ray Burke. 35 Brooklyn Fred Hiller. N. Church John Brown. 50 Brown J. Russell Jones, 33 River Frank Couch. 7 Washington. Maurice Murray. S5 S. Main Rexford Williams. Terrace Oscar Morgan.' 95 Seventh Frank McDonnell. 55 Eighth. Fred I. - wis. 135 Washington. Dr. Claude Walker. , 6. . :t 560 4T5 31i - :,10 280 230 210 205 i:5 145 135 70 b5 50 15 District 7. Two district prizes will be awarded: one to the man and one to the woman candidate in this district receiving the largest vote at the close of the contest. Today the woman having the largest. . .. and 1 tie man candidate having the largest vote is Remember, those who vote before next Saturday. April 15. receive ai? extra bonus in voles, which will be greatly to the advantage of their fii - vorite candidate, and at the close of tl. contest might lie the deciding factor in winning a prize!' Therefore, vote early: PITTSTO.V - WOM EX. Margaret Kearney. Pine 1150 Nettie Gingell. Broad St.. Pittston.. 510 Jesse Peck. York 415 3H5 3X0 325 220 165 70 Jennie Brown. W. Pittston Elizabeth Blewitt. Pitlston Mrs. B. J. Conlan. Pittston Mrs. John Bresriahan. Pittston...:. Eva Brown. AV. Pittlston..' Alice McHale. Pittston. Anna G. Gibbons, Pittston Antoinette Kings, jr., W. Pittston. Elizabeth McDonald. W. Pittston. PITTSTON MEN. P. F. Loft us. W. Pittston 475 W. I.. Pace. Pittston 430 J oil it Scuiernan, W. Pittston 345 Edward Parkinan. W. Pitlston 250 G. A. Cooper. 36 River. Pittston.... 225 E. B. Baldwin. Pittston 210 Joseph bonus. Pittston 210 William Francis. W. Pittston 195 John J. Hart. Pittston ISO Jus. Conway. Frederick Rd Pitls'n 165 M. E. Golden, Pittston Charles Curry. Pittston John HeiTern. Pittston Edward Panooisl. W. Pitlston 155 125 125 5 60 75 j P. J. Brown, W. Pittston 15 Alexander Thompson. Pittston.. 2". i M. J. Jliiiiley. Pittston .. 15 W. H. Gillespie, Pittston 10 ! Albert Enterich, Pittston. 5 j A. T. Walsh. Pittston. ; Henry Roberts. York ave. 20 District 8. Remember, those who vote before next Saturday. April 15. receive an extra bonus in votes, which will be - greatly to the advantage of their favorite favorite c andidate, and at the close of tin - contest might be the deciding factor ii? winning a prize!' Therefore, vote early! O. F. Potter. Ararat 50 Miss Golda Leach. Ararat 105 A RCH HA l.D WOM EN. Mrs. Hannah Cavanaiigh Sadie Sweeney, Archbald Maud Kielty. Archbald Anna Kearney. Archbald Emily Gildea. Archbald. Margaret Cawley, Archbald Nellie Butler. Archbald Esther Probst, Archbald Anna Corcoran. Archbald. ARCHBALD MEN. Prof. W. A. Kelly. Archbald John J. Dougher, Archbald P. F. Brogau. Archbald Arthur Bishop. Archbald P. F. Fitzpatrii - k. Archbald. Thomas KieUf. Archbald Frederick Sw urlztrauber. Archbald 410 395 160 20 145 10 265 140 215 325 465 3.0 r. 15 Samuel Kiparolla. Archbald . Henrv Myers. Archbald .13 Capt. P. J. AIcAiiiirews. Archbald.. P. F. Gaugi'.an. Archbald. Joseph Coolicaii. Archbald 305 170 Michael Rupp. Archbald. Ernest Battenburg. Archbald....:. 550 Mamie Coyne. Minooka CLARK'S SUMMIT, f Anna McCormick. Clark's Summit.. 405 Etta Mann, Clark's Summit 45 Prof. Fred. Greene. Clark's Summit 95 DALTON. WOM EN. Miss Venna Tiffany Miss Kuth Boll H. N. Deaiie. Prof. C. B. Hanyen Richard D. Purdon DICKSON. WOM EN. Mary James. Dickson. Phoebe Caygil. Dickson Josephine Henne. Dickson. Margaret Hall, Dickson Lena Kerrick, Dickson 50 80 DICKSON. M EN. George O.Hara. Dickson. . ; Peter Farrell. Dickson William Williamson, Dickson.. Frank O'Connor. oVkson James Meehan, Dickson 10 105 15 . .J ERM YN. WOMEN. Lillian Whitty, Jermyn Grace Vail. Jermyn. Mary Row land. Jermyn Myra Hills. Jermyn 410 JERMYN. MEN. Peter' Kelley. Jermyn. David Jenkins. Jermyn Henry Maxwell. Jermyn. Henry Brown. Jermyn Arthur Morgan. Jermyn Harry Freas, Jermyn Richard Walsh. Jermyn Henry Maxwell. Jermyn 100 JESSUP - WINTOX. Mary Lawler, Jessup Frank McLaughlin Olyphant.... Margaret McAndrew, Winton B. J. McGurl. Jessup John Lally, Jessup. Patrick - Deane, Winton MA YFIELD. WOMEN. Maine Gallagher, Maylleld Amy Williams, Maytield.. Lillian Greene. Maytield John F. Farrell, Mayfield John Campbell. Maytield Patrick Tallet, Maylleld 65 345 2S0 675 330 SI 5 290 120 OLYPHANT. WOMEN. Mary Martiii Mary MeGinty, Olyphant Bertha Goodrich, Olyphant. Nettie McDonald, Olyphant Rachel Evans. Olyphant Mrs. Wm. Widdowiield m 350 610 25 155 OLYPHANT. MEN. Thomas Rogan, Olyphant. Frank AliGIoughlin, Olyphant.. John Reddington, Olyphant. Michael o'Malley, Olyphant Anthony Murphy. Olyphant John J. Moran. Olyphant Isaac P. Griffiths, Olyphant PECK VI LLIi. WOM EN. Nora L. Pickering, Peokville Cassie Williams. Peokville Pearl Hopfer. Peck vi lie. Lena Gendall, Peckville 120 125 40 645 135 i5 210 PECK VILLE. M EN. William Allen. Peckville. James M. Smith, Peckville Charles Beatty.s Peckville A. W. Jenkins. Peck vj lie X. W. Thomas. Peckville. Prof. H. H. Anthony. Peckville.. 160 30 THROOP. George Galhiliau. Throop Margaret McCormick, Throop Miss Cooper. Throop. William Appleman, Throop. August Ollendike. Throop Prof. John O'Hara, Throop Ellen Goffhey. Throop WAVERLY. Lena Stone. Wa.verly. Robert Parker, Waverly Joseph W'aite, Waverly. Lester Tyler. Waverly : Pearl Hopper, Waverly VANDLIXG. Margaret Evans. Vandling Rose McDonnell. Vandling. C. J. Arnold. Vandling , David Parry, Vandling William Bartholomew, Vandling. I The Twenty District Prizes. 3 prize? Each a beautiful $100.00 Diamond Ring. 1 prize Two annual season tickets with Orchestra reserved seats, 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 outlits, 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 lea.dng hotels.. , ' 3 prizes Kneli consisting of a. lady's or gentleman's1 fine gold watch, to be selected by the winner., , t 1 prize An annual pass on the Scranton Street Railway, good en all lines and can be. used by the winner. for an unlimited numbet of rides for one year. 1 prize A beautiful cut - glass punch bowl with glasses, which can be exchanged exchanged for other glass of cqualal 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 any chosen companion for trip during the coming summer. District 9. Remember, those who vote before next Saturday. April 15. receive an extra bonus in votes, which mill be. greatly to the advantage of their favorite favorite candidate, and at the close of th contest might be the deciding factor in winning a prize!" Therefore, vote early! AVOCA. WOMEN. Lizzie Boone. Avoca Nellie Murphy. Avoca ..... Mary Flannery. Avoca Margaret Ward, Avoca ....... Mame Graham. Avoca " Jean Cranston, voca. .... 220 . ... 405 .... 165 .... X0 AVOCA MEN., , P. F. Devers. Avoca ....... Robert Golden. Avoca. Thomas Maloney. Avoca. William Brown. Avoca Andrew - Druffner. Avoca.'..'., Walter Boylan. Avoca.' Eugene McAlpine. Avoca.... John Meade. Avoca '....' John Hogan. Avoca Arthur Davidson. Avoca ..... Maurice Johnson. Avoca .... Patrick Grady. Avoca. ' SO 65 230 20 COYNE. Nellie Conway. Coyne . - Frank Berger. Coyne...... John Willis. Coyne ... William Moonie. Coyne . William Dids. Coyne. Frank Judge, Coyne ...... 120 20 10 ED WA RDS VILLE M EN. John' Oram. Kdwardsville ..' Isaac Edwards. Kdwardsville. Sam Thomas, Green, st Miittie Davis, Kdwardsville .... John Bryant, Kdwardsville. John McGroarty, Kdwardsville .. Philip Richards, Kdwardsville. 305 60 10 KDWARDSVILLE WOMEN. Sarah K. Jones. Kdwardsville Mattie Davis, Kdwardsville ' KINGSTON. Charles Bates. Kingston. James F. Mullahy. Kingston., Mary Law. Kingston Lizzie Davis. Centre st. MINERS' MILLS. Thomas Mack, Miners' Mills. James Barnett. Miners' Mills. George Burt. Miners' Mills .. Dan Beven. Miners Mills. RoseMayock, Miners Mills Miss Skidniore, Miners' Mills. Beatrice Athy, Miners' Mills .. 245 .. 105 .. 20 .. SO .. 10 M I NOOK A WOM EN. Anna Bu'ke. Minooka Maine Langan, Minooka Kate Jeffers, Minooka. Celia N'allin, Minooka Anna Kellv, Minooka MINOOKA M EN. Michael Judge, Minooka. Thomas Toole. Minooka. Patrick Connolly, Minooka Patrick Mulkerin, Minooka William J. Burke, Minooka Michael Mulherin, Minooka 2u.. 20 .. 1S5 210 10 MOOSIC WOMEN. Blanche Tregellis, Moosii: .... Stella Leva n, Moosic. Carrie Sebrehine. Moosic Mame Hinds, Moosic Nellie McDonald. Moosic Prof. John Moran. Archbald.. 185 ..110 Margaret Hale. Moosic. Dorothy Broadhead. Moosic Minnie Edsell. Moosic jjfl MOOSIC MEN. Michael Garey, Moosic. David Morris, Moosic: 30 50 25 130 .60 105 20 70 10 S5 Samuel Bowman, .uoosic. 30 James Powell, Moosic William Sanderson. Moosic W. M, Stevenson. Moosic. 10 I James G. Hailstone, Moosic 35 M. J. Munley. Moosic. If; Andrew Fleming. Moosic OLD FOKGE WOMEN. Nellie Ryan, Old Forge Kate Roachi Old Forge Esther Drake, Old Forge. - j .Myrtle Wood. Old Forge ........ 10 Mary Clarke. Old Forge. Margaret Pickerel. Old Forge 4.', j OLD FORGE - MEN. John Corcoran. Old Forge. IT, I Martin Menielo, Old Forge - , I Thomas P. Jones. Old Forge. 10 I Michael Holland. Old Forge r - - - given them by their friends, but all should remember that "he who laughs last, laughs best!" ' The contest is but fairly started, and there will probably be many radicai changes before the final efforts are made and the prizes are won. The advantage of votes at the beginning of the contest should not betray the leaders into a false sense of security or discourage those lower in the list, as there is ample time in the eight weeks still remaining for. candidates not yet nominated, J to enter the contest and win the first prize. Edward Fallon. Old Forge. George Drake. Old Forge , Samuel Pickerel. Old Forge. .uicnaei Lyman, oiej rorg?..... Robert B. Johnson. Old Forge. PARSONS WOMEN. Esther Frethaway, Parsons Anna Farrell, Parsons Carrie Seiple, Parsons. Catherine Kearney, Parsons .. 105 i PARSONS MEN. James Moran,' Parsons .V.... . Gome'r Morgans, Parsons Terrence Reilly. Parsons..... Arthur Stooe, Parsons. RENDHAM. Katie Clannan, Rentiham .. Charles Keogh, Jtendham.. 105 TAYLOR WOMEN. Anna Burns. Taylor Anna Moreland. Taylor.'.' Gertrude Watkins. Taylor Gertrude Morris, Taylor .. id 10 40 65 TAYLOR - MEN. James W. Price. Taylor. Casper OU, Taylor. John S. Evans, Taylor Samuel J. Phillips. Taylor Thomas Gibbons. Taylor. Edgar Stone, Taylor John E. Evans, Taylor. .Michael Murray, Taylor John Henry Harris. Taylor. Florence Sullivan, Taylor James Morris, Taylor Tallle Griffiths. Taylor. 15 S.i 10 150 125 50 District 10. Remember, those who vote before next Saturday. April 15. receive an extra bonus in votes, which will be greatly to the advantage of their favorite favorite candidate, and at the close of the contest might be the deciding factor in winning a prize!' Therefore, vote early! ATHENS. Louis Sttilen, Athens Anna Maloney, Athens ... George Macafee. Athens Mary Barney, Dorranretow n .... FACTORYVILLE. Lottie Carr, Factory ville Nettie Wright. Factoryvile Miss B. Taylor, Factoryville Frank Kremer. Factoryville Slierrle Taylor. Factoryville .. ISO 110 FOREST CITY WOMEN. Maine Gillespie, Forest City Mame Cawley. Forest City Rose Kearns. Forest City Mrs. G. E. Maxey, Forest City Mrs. Win. Healy, Forest City Margaret Evans. Forest City. Mrs. F. J. Hood. Forest City Anna Parktns, Forest City Elizabeth Hartung, Forest City FOREST CITY - MEN. 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 Ruane. Forest City. John J. Kellehen. Forest City William D. Owens. Forest City. 10 15 65 320 ill) 250 65 HO 10 GREAT BEND. Michael Barry. Great Bend Prof. C. G. Thorpe. Great Bend .Margaret Stevens, Great Bend Florence Trowbridge. Great Bend. HALLSTEAD. Melvin Crandall. Hallstead Miss Lulu Fitzgerald. Hallstead. Miss Gertrude Read Hallstead... H A W LE Y WOM E N. Olga Buck, Hawley Mary Murray. Hawley Winifred Haggerty. Hawley Kate McHale. Hawley 45 15 1S5 20 170 15 HAWLEY MEN. Warren Murphy. Hawley. Patrick Haggerty. Hawley Martin Oaffney. - Hawlev Russell Wall. Hawley. Peter Hittinger, Hawley Maine Nealoii, Hawley Minnie Miller, Hawley John Thielke. Hawley Sid Brink, Hawley .." HON ESDALE Wt )M EN. Alma Schuller, Spring 120 30 60 30 45 115 In Scranton. The next announcement, of the votes of the candidates in Scranton will be made Tuesday night. April 1 1th. and the second announcement Thursday. April 13th. which wiil be the final announcement announcement before the awarding of the SPECIAL PRIZES. which will be made at 10 p. m., Saturday. April 15. An analysis of votes for candidates in Scranton. as publihr;d ins yesterday's yesterday's Truth, shows that the largest vote was given to William C. Jli'.ier. of 702 Pittston avenue. South Side, whose vote was 2..S00. The second largest largest vote for the men candidates wu. - r given to F. B. Reese, cf 1105 Vandc - venter Boulevard. West Side, and the third largest vote was received bw Bert Nolan, of 1737 Jefferson, the number number being 1.600. t Hugh Frayne. from 1711 Summit' avenue, avenue, received the largest vote in North Scranton for the men. his vote being 2S5. . ' ' The woman caiidielate who received the largest vote in the city was Alary Gerrity. 1730 Wayne, who has 1825 votes to her credit. Airs. A. L. Nolan, of 1737 Jefferson avenue, is dose second' by 1,600. and .Miss Kate Reardon. of SOI Crown avenue, avenue, South Side, has, 1565. Ida Sayers, of 310 North Rebecca avenue, avenue, leads the list of the Wst Side women women candidates with. a vole of 590. It will be noticed that the votes are Scattered among a large number of candidates, no one really having a sufficient sufficient lead to assure them of winning.' winning.' In fact, it would only take but two prepaid subscriptions for a new - candidate having no votes to enter the contest at the present time, and take the lea - d among either the men or the women candidates. ! Mary Carr. Baird I Bessie Dudley. Young ) Nan Reed. East Ada Hiller. Churc h. 40 Bessie lawyer. Court Marie McDernioat, N. Main. Bessie Healy, Young Grace Bishop. East Edna Doolittle. Grove. Lottie Theobald. Grove Martha Voight. Main. Antoinette Brown. Honesdale. Miss M. Wood. Main Catherine Briggs. Honesdale. Gertrude Reilly, Honesdale ... .1040 . 25 . 150 . 183 . iW . 240 . 20 . 10 .1013 . 310 . 85 . 140 . 135 . S3 . r, . 100 . 25 HONESDALE M EN. Leon Ross. Dy berry Joseph Barberi. Main Edwin Butler. East. William. Baird, Baird ..... Edward Katz. Church George Deitzer. Y'oung. Fred Murray. Church Sloan Truscott. Park James Miller. Main. Manuel Freeman. Church George Moran, K. Honesdale. Walter Sonn. Seelyville Thomas Kilroe. Seelyville .... Edith F. Ton - ey. Honesdale .. Dwight Dorflinger. Honesdale. F. Suvdam. Honesdale L. Atkinson, Honesdale. KINGSI.KY. Georgianna Stearn, Kingsley .., Eugene ismcjn. Kingsley. Eugene Loomis, Kingsley LANESBORO. Miss Etta Barnard. I.anesljoro John Fentnn. Laneshoro. Thomas Carr. Lanesboro . .. MONTROSE. Fred Mack. Montrose C. J. Wilson, Montrose. John Mahon. Mtintrose Carrie Thompson, Montrose Clara Winans, Montrose. J Julia Coyle. Montrose MOSCOW. Prof. W. E. Brown, Moscow 10 NAXtTCOKE. Roth, Nanticcike 15 J. C. NEW MILFORD. Clara Inderlied. New Milford Miss B. Howe, New AIM ford Martin F. Hand. New Milford .... F. G. Inderlied. New Milford. NICHOLSON. Florence Wilkins. Nicholson. .Mrs. Kelson Lewis, Nicholson Harry Stevens, Nicholson. AI. L. McAlullen. Nicholson William Friel. Nicholson J. F. Spry, Plymouth SO 10 150 SAY UK. Agnes Weaver, Sayre .. Lottie Charter. Sayre. Nellie Harrigan, Sayre . John Hammond. Sayre. Charles Palmer. Sayre. Dell Higgins, Sayre STARUCCA. Iva Alumford, Stari'Ucca. Mame Reddington, Starucca. . 1 163 SUSQUEHANNA. .Margaret AlcAlahon. Susquehanna. Elizabeth Cuhill. Susquehanna John Buc kley, Susquehanna Jay Barrett, Susquehanna 650 SO STROUDSBURG. WOMEN. Carrie Bell, Stroudsburg Buela Seiple. E. Stroudsburg Alabel Dunn. E. Stroudsburg 115 65 10 10 STROUDSBURG. AI EN. Frank Landers. Stroudsburg. Prof. Ralph Wood. Stroudsburg... George Torbett, E. Stroudsburg. Charles Warmen. E. Stroudsburg.. Dr. C. G. Cross. E. Stroudsburg. Ananais Warmen. E. Stroudsburg. Guy Reber. K. Stroudsburg Finley R. Porter, E. Strouusburg. THO.M PSOX. Vlrgia Brown. Thompson B. F. Barnes, Thompson T WAN DA. Frank Welsh. Thompson Prof. 'John Stuart. TowauUa Lew Frisbie. Towanda Dudley Humphrey. Towanda. Airs. Margaret Dunpliy. Towanda. Floy Lilly. Towanda Four Grand Prizes. 1. New Cadillac Automobile Touring Car. Detachable Toni.eau, 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 POPULAR CONTEST will 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, ai it is provided with 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 iu value in tu vicinity. 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. 4. Two round trip tickets to the Lewis it 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 w ill 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. Four Special Period Prizes. The Truth will award to the candidates having the largest vote at 10 p. in., SATURDAY. APRIL 15. the following FOUR SPECIAL PERIOD PRIZES: Pi,.st Two round trip tickets to Saratoga. Lake George and the Adiron - dacks with a stop - over to see the New York State Capital. second Two round trip tickets to .Montreal with stop - over at, Niagara Falls. j Third A gold watch Fourth A beautiful cut glass water set. The first choice of these four prizes will be given to the candidate having the largest vote. Second choice to the one having the second largest vote, and so on. 70 15 5 TUX K H A XXOCK. W. C. Kitridge, Tunkhannock. Thomas Boyce, Tunkhannock.. Mame Wall. Tunkhannock Catherine Voss, Tunkhannock UN ION DALE. R. W. Pease. Uniondalo - .... E. G. Rurdick. Uniondale. Alice Barringer, Uniondale.. Daisy Bronson, Uniondale... WI LKES - BA RRE WOM EN. Maud Hosier, Jonas Ixmg's Sons. Mary Mason, S. River. ... W ILKES - BARFl E. AI. EN.' Ralph Wolfe. Cinderella '.'... Bessie Sutton. Madison Sam J. Connors, Wllkes - Barre F. E. Schiller. 115 Ross ......... Lilly D. Mak. Controller's office.. Prof. C. H. Weaver, 366 S. River.. Sam. J. Connor. Morgan's Store., Wm. Herring. Pennsylvania. V Capt. James Kenney, Wells bldg.. Wm. Miller. 79 Gilderslieve Wm. C. Cooke. S. Main Frank Harte. Wilkes - Barre .MOUNT POCONO. Mrs. L. T. Smith Nellie La bar. James Walton F. M. Bisbing Goulds bo ro. Dan Foley Fred O'Rouike. Rertha Crooks Margaret Crooks , , TO B Y II A N N A . Maine 'founder .Martini Huey. Adam Strouss John Fahey. 10 90 105 150 WYALCSIXG. Oscar Brown. Wyalusing 10 Prof. C. J. McCord. Wyalusing.... 30 Airs. Hattie Wagner. Wyalusing. Abbie Chamberlain. Wyalusing 55 Airs. W. N. Thompson, Wyalusing. The first - class quality of the prizes offered is indicated by the high standing standing of the firms from which they have been purchased. The Automobile was purchased from the Scranton Garage and Motor Company. Company. A resident lot from Ezra Finn & Son. The beautiful Piano from L. B. Powell & Co. The Diamond Rings and Gold Watches from K. Sehimpff. Robfrt Vail. AV. S. McMillan and Bee Hive Jewelry Company. The Sporting Goods from John Haw - lings and from Robinson & Adams. The value and character of the other prizes, such as the trip to Portland, Ore., and others are too well known to need further comment. 10 40 25 Candidates Attention! All candidates and their friends are requested to send to the contest editor for publication any news items, which will be of interest to the public concerning concerning any of the candidates, or any of the methods used in organizing a successful campaign for votes. Thcose items of interest will be published frequently frequently during the contest under the heading of "Contest Notes," and will be of general interest to the public, as well as all of the patricipants of the contest. 10 30 50 How to Work. .Many men and women candidates are aiding each other, ami are trading votes, and thereby doubling the result of their efforts, because the fact, that every subscription is good for an equal number of votes for a man and for a woman. New readers of The Truth are taking taking as much interest in the contest as the old subscribers, and are always glad to prepay their subscriptions in order to enable one of their friends to win a valuable and attractive prize. N otes are being received at The Truth office for candidates from friends who reside in oilier towns, as shown by the post mark. This shows .Unit the interest interest in the contest is spreading rapidly. rapidly. 40 15 30 10 235 15 45 20 115 15 310 420 415 345 355 125 10 SO 10 105 15 45 10

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