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 - DURYEA. M. F. Healey was a visitor In Berenice...
DURYEA. M. F. Healey was a visitor In Berenice Berenice yesterday. Miss Clara Watson is visiting her aunt, in Carverton. Dr. and Mrs. Pier have returned from a week's outing. The Christian Endeavor Society of the P. M Church will meet this evening. evening. The Baptist Ladies' Aid Society met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. William Davis. An Infant child of Andrew Sheby died this morning, and the funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon. 'Squire Gilboy and wife and Joseph Freeman and wife attended the Elks' benefit performance in Music Hall, Pittston, last evening. , Mrs. Joseph Eagan has returned from a visit to her parents, in Brad' ford county. Mr. and Mrs. Eagan will begin .housekeeping soon. A meeting of the citizens of Duryca will be held in the Town Hall next Tuesday evening at 7 - 30 for the purpose purpose of organizing a Board of Trade. Frank Rlttle, of Syracuse, a former resident of Duryea, and Miss Mary A. McGulnness, daughter of Edward McGuinness, of Main street, this place, were united in marriage yesterday yesterday morning in Syracuse, and the announcement was a surprise to the many Duryea - friends of the couple. The ceremony was performed In St. Joseph's Catholic Church by Rev. Father DrleBer, and. was witnessed by Mr. Rittle's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Rittle will begin housekeeping at once In Syracuse, the groom having a home ready for the reception of his bride. Kodak Developing Demonstration. Something of real interest to amateur amateur photographers is the new Kodak Developing Machine, which is being introduced introduced here by J. H. Houck, the druggist. Demonstrations' of the value of the machine will be made at the drug store, on North Main street, as follows: Wednesday, Nov. 5, 7 to 9 p. m.; Thursday, Nov. 6, 2 to b p. m., and 7 to 9 p. m. Come in and see the latest step in photographic progress. a WMJL NEW of , onScFic LINE PAPERS Has arrived at my store. You are invited invited to call and inspect inspect the display. WALTER S. BARRITT, 106 North Main Street.

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  1. Pittston Gazette,
  2. 07 Nov 1902, Fri,
  3. Page 8

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