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the store if sincere. why interest do least. interest any manager arrangements want with a Avenue. TAYLOR . Mrs. D. A. Williams entertained at her home on Main street Friday evening, the members of her Sunday school class of the Calvarv Ranti.t A quartette composed of Ray Hosklns, guinea roweii, - tawara norm and Milton Evans gave selections. Several piano selections ' were rendered by Misses Mary and Ruth Williams and Muriel Griffiths. Miss Melba Powell endered a pleasing solo. Mrs. Williams was assisted In serving refresh? ments by Mrs. J. A. Powell. Those present were: George Perry, Thomas Powell, Sidney Allen, Milton Evans, Edward Norris, James. Powell, Joe Dads, Benjamin Jones, John Enderllne, Ray Hosklns, Harry Linderman, John A. Powell, Irving Owens. Misses Muriel Griffith!!, Melba Powell, Ruth and Mary Williams, Mrs. John A. Powell and Margaret Smith, of Scranton. William W. Reese, a well - known former resident, died at the home of his daughter, - Mrs. 'John Gordon, of West Scranton, on Saturday afternoon after a prolonged Illness. Deceased Is survived by three daughters, Mrs. John Gordon, of West Scranton, Mrs. Dr. Hughes, of New Tork. Mrs. Mo - Peak, of Scranton and Henry, of , Tay lor. The funeral of. Mrs. Thomas Jacobs was held yesterday afternoon from the family nome on cnurcn street, cer headquarter. vices were conducted by Rev. W. D. Reese, pastor of the Welsh Baptist church. Interment was mad.e in the Forest Home cemetery; The employes of the Taylor, Fyne and ' Holden mines will be paid this afternoon for the later part of April. Miss Lillian Davis, of Main street, has returned from a few days visit with Mrs. John B. Evans, of Carbondale. - Mr. and Mrs. John R. Johns and daughter. Norma and son Hector, and H. I. - Jones, attended the funeral of a relative at Philadelphia yesterday. Foreman and Mrs. W. B. Bowens. of Dorrancetown, spent the Sabbath with their son and son - in - law, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Owens, - of West Grove street. ' Mrs. John. Powell, of West Scranton was the guest of her son - in - law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John G. Price, of Union street, yesterday. Mrs. John Apgar, of West Scranton, spent yesterday with her sister, Mrs. Frank Cooper, of Union street. IT'S HERE TODAY The "Barter & Exchange" column makes 1U initial appearance today on the. Inside back page.. This feature is "something new and somewhat different" Read It today and you will read it every day hereafter. Adv. .