Boston Candy Kitchen moved 1910

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Boston Candy Kitchen moved 1910 - two springs; one at Hunlocks Creek and the...
two springs; one at Hunlocks Creek and the other at the top of the Plymouth Plymouth mountain. They have tolaced wagons on the road ror trie aeiivery of the water and will deliver It at anv place within the valley. The Luzerne County Gas and Electric Electric Company was awaTded a fran- fran- chase at a meeting of the borough council of Wyoming at a meeting held Wednesday evening to light the streets and supply gas or electricity to house holders. Members of Radiant Star lodge, No 178, Knights of Plymouth, will meet In their hall Saturday afternoon at 1:30 to attend the funeral of Arthur F. Jones. A auorum of the members of the pastor's association was not present at the meeting to have been heldyes terday afternoon, many being out of town and tho body adjourned to meet on the morning of the first Monday of October. be EDWARDSVILLE Plant Them Now. Your flower seeds ourht to planted now. We have sme beauti ful varieties that are extPWtkely easy to grow. They cost but 5 aod 10 cent per paper. Sweet Pea n Nasturtium seeds sold loose, at a big saving to you. WILLIAM B. DAVIS. Druggist. Birthday Party Miss Ethel Jones, daughter of coun cilman and Mrs. David L. Jones, cele brated her thirteenth birthday anniversary anniversary recently. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Brinlev R. Davis, and doughter, Louise, Miss Laura and David David J. Davis, Mrs. Daniel E. Davis, Miss Anna Conway, Ashley: Jennie Burke. Ashley, Mrs. Jenkins and daughter, Audrey, Wllkes-Barre, Wllkes-Barre, Wllkes-Barre, VIda Jones, Miss Ethel Galptn and Zebbln Bol ton. Miss Tthel Jones rendered several se lections on the piano and many songs were sang. A neat lunch was served by the hostess Mrs. D. L. Jones. Miss Jones received many handsome pres ents. ton Candy Kitchen has moved from the Logue to the Schalnuck building. The Woodward employes will receive their pay tomorrow at 3.30. Miss Lottie Hancock of Hillside is 111. A Are at tho smoke-houae smoke-houae smoke-houae of Mathew Evans, Sr., on Luzerne avenue, yesterday yesterday caused considerable excitement and commotion. The Columbia Hose Co., were out In force at the Jtjre, but the building was totally destroyed. The damage will amount to about $100. Through the failure of several members members to put in wn appearance, no meeting meeting of council was held last evening. Those present were chairman Morris. Taylor, Walsh, Kelly, D. L. Jones, Miles Bolton, Francis. The cave In the D. & H. mine at the top of Green street, has partially set tled entallng considerable damage to the sewer therein. A large attendance Is expected at the coming Ice cream social of Co. C. Jr., O. U. A. M., to be held at the home of E. B. Wolfe. Grove street, May 17. R. E. Browne of Hillside Avenue, who has been ill the past week at his home LUZERNE. This Rugbies Started Seven years ago. The Idea then was better quality, better style, better values for the price than ever before n the furniture and carpet business. , To Have ConUst At a spirited meeting of the St. Alov- Alov- sius Society held last evening, It was decided to conduct a contest to take place immediately for a purse of JnO to he, winner or a trip to the National convention to be held at Boston In August. The contest will closo Thurs- Thurs- ay. July 28. The contestants will he Nell McGroartv, Edwardsvllle, peter onlln, Pringle. John Evers, Luzerne, The contest will formally open with i smoker and entertainment to be held Thursday, May 19, at which a pleasant evening can be spent. All members are requested to attend. James Dukas, proprietor of the Bos- Bos- 1 A generous guarantee of satisfaction and make good whenever called on to do so and today our new bU jid bright stock and Increasing busl&tss Is the result. Look around for something something to equal our offerings and you won't find It. McGroarty, the Furniture Furniture Dealer, 518 Main street, Edwardsvllle. Edwardsvllle. DORRANCETON. j., Mrs. H. Heller, of NVwark, N. Is visiting Mr. and Mrv 4. N. Heller. Mrs. Bell Campbell AM returned home, after a week'r. ! m with her cousin. Mrs. Jennie Vay Tyle, at Cen-tremorelnnd. Cen-tremorelnnd. Cen-tremorelnnd. Mrs. E. A. Evans, of Tarsons, was a locak caller on Wednesday. Mrs. William H. Moyer and daughter. daughter. Ruth, have returned home, after copending several days In Binghamton, X. Y. A pleasant suip.-He suip.-He suip.-He p:rty was given dayln honor of Miss Myrtle Wright at her home, 600 Mercer avenue, on Wednesday Wednesday evening. Music and games were Indulged In, after which lunch was served to the following: Misses Myrtle, Mildred Thorn, Marweda Kos-tenhander. Kos-tenhander. Kos-tenhander. Bertha Blend, Louise Dlet-rlck, Dlet-rlck, Dlet-rlck, Beatrice Charles, Marlon Reward. Reward. Rennlo Wallace, Helen Ellis, Mary La Rue and Edna Dennis, of this place; Misses Gerb 3de Bagnell and Helen Wright. Lui me: Messrs. Raymond Van Horn, Jerry Bush, Johnson Wright, George Davis, James Besecker, Ervln Newltt, Howard Conrad, Donald Love, a

Clipped from The Evening News06 May 1910, FriPage 14

The Evening News (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania)06 May 1910, FriPage 14
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