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TUB.- SCEA2JT025' . TEISUXE "WEDTnTSBAT AUGUST 14. 1S03.
ACCIDENT ON THE GRAVITY.
Mrs. Fraak La.laeadur Sirs by Pse
. A'. 'o. S plain, on the (iravHy rail
road, this morning about 11 .clock, a
very sad accident occurred. The train
in charge ot Conductor Hubbard which
leaves this city about 11 o'clock struck
Mrs. Frank Lustanador. wife of the
watchman at No. 3. and passed over
her leg. Injuring the limb so badly as to
make amputation necessary.
Mrs. Lustanador was walking down
the plane between the tracks, which
are very close together, carrying her
baby, toeing the approaching train
he steped to one side, but not far
enough to avoid being hit and thrown
down. Whether the head car caught
her dress and pulled her under the
wheels or struck her person Is not ex
actly known. When the train was
topped and the trainmen went back.
!iey found her lying unconscious and
With one leg nearly severed. The baby,
so far as known, was uninjured. The
Ivlaware and Hudson ambulance was
telephoned for and Mrs. Lustanador
was taken to Kmergency hospital. She
Is being attended by Drs. Dai ley and
MEETING THIS MORNING.
Tho Stockholders of Hotel Anthracite
Elect Officers for the Year.
At 10 o'clock yesterday a meeting of
the stockholders of the Anthracite hotel
was held at the hostelry. About three,
fourths of the stockholders were pres
ent, and the regular routine of business
After the regular business was fin
ished the following' gentlemen were
elected as directors for the ensuing
year: Hon. K. K. fllendrlck. A. P.
Trautwetn, W. W. Uronson, John J.
Simpson and 'L. tA. Patterson. The otll
cers elected for one year are: Hon. K.
E. iHendrick, president: Kdward Clark
son, reasurer; S. S. Jones, secretary.
The meeting was then adjourned.
IVilllnm Klnhnck Horn.
William Klnbaek. of the firm of Kln
feaok Uros., contractors of this city, of
whose mysterious disappearance men
tion has before been made, has re
turned to his home. The reason he left
so quietly was that he was so burdened
with the pressure of business and al
most sick with the continued strain of
the details of his business. He felt that
entire rest was necessary, and as he did
not care to be troubled with letters dur
ing his vacation, he kept his objective
point a secret. During his absence he
visited New York. Philadelphia and Al
bany. He has been much benefitted by
his trip, and has gained ten pounds.
He will eturn to his business with re
OhligcJ to Leave llorre.
The awful stench arising from the
sewer, whose outlet Is an almost dry
river bed Just below Kighth avenue, is
driving people from their homes In the
lower part of the city. Several families
spend the evenings up town In order to
avoid the offensive and disease-breeding
Wheelmen who have been In the habit
of taking their daily run in that direc
tion gv some other -way and out-of-town
cyclists wonder whit they have struck
when they approach the worst places.
Sustained a Broken Arm,
A little son of Mrs. Ellen Dondlcan.
of Gordon avenue, met with a painful
accident yesterday morning. The little
fellow M swinging In a hammock
when the rope broke, throwing him to
the ground and breaking his arm above
the wrist. Dr. A. F. Gillis attended the
boy and made him as comfortable as
Benjamin Singer has returned homoe
from Crystal Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cavanaught. of
Dundaff street, are entertaining Miss
Tesie Kwiran, of Scranton.
B. H. Wickwise, who was taken sud
denly ill In the country last week has
bo far recovered as to 'be able to return
to his home In this city.
Mrs. Thomas O'Conneli and daughter,
Miss .Margaret, of 'Seventh (avenue,
save returned home from Atlantic city,
where th-jy have been fpendlng the past
Mis Row Stark rs visiting at the
borne of Ci. P. Potter, at Starkville.
Alfred Walkey, of Jermyn, spent yes
erterday In town.
Mr. F. R. Jenkins and Misses Bell
Bowers and Bell Van nan, are camping
at Newton lake.
Mrs. Mary Rlvenburg", of Laurel
street, has returned from New York
Mr. and Mrs. 'David Morgan, of
Otean. N. T., are the guests of Miss
Cora Bell, of South Church street.
Charles McCann, mlesman for Col
lins & Hackett, of Soranton, has
been spending a few days with his
parents in this olty.
Mrs. Oscar Wonnacott, of Wayne
street who ha been HI, is muoti Im
proved. Miss Kato Griffiths, of Jermyn, spent
yesterday in town.
Dr. 8. S. Shield, of North Church
street, is entertaining his sister, Mrs.
All-nv of Texas.
Daniel Scurry tan returned from
Crystal Lake, where hetias been oamp-
ing for the last two weeks.
Miss Leila Bolton, of North Main
street, baa gons to Clifford, where she
will visit relatives.
. Mrs. W. H. Platte and son, Dallns,
of Binghamton, wife of a formic rec
tor of Trinity church, are experted In
hls city today, where they will be the
guests of Mrs. W. P. E. Morss, of North
Mr and Mrs. J. B. Van Bergen and
. family apent yesterday at Crystal Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gram- and
on. Miss Delta Reynolds. Mrs Juliet
. A. M. Reynolds, Beatrice Burdlck,
Flora Reynolds, and Will E. Roberts
comprised a camping party that left
yesterday for Elk Hill, where Uiey will
enjoy the country breezes for about a
Boyd Fowler, Edward Carr, Charles
Rogers, Jr., Oorden Dimmock and WIH
Battan and Roy Perkins, of Waymart,
have gone to Newton lake, where they
will camp for about ten days.
Miss 'Mary Lindsay ts visiting her
aunt, Mrs. Frank Marshall, in this
Dr. Wheeler spent yesterday In Mont
rose. Mr. and Mrs. Kimble and two sons,
GREAT CLEARING SALE OF
Window Shies and
Wall Papers. ,
FasMato, tMs a besande CUartaf Cat
rise tats is surits room tor full goods,
J. GCOTT ING LIS
. au Hi :
of liawley, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Ciane on Terrace street.
Henrv '-arter, of Green Kidge, called
on tritnda In this city last evening.
Mrs. Lymau itheil, or Rock street. Is
entertaining her mother, Mrs. Kobbins,
A case of diphtheria has been reprted
at the home of Charles Avery, of No. 67
Dr. J. W. Coolldge and family, who
have been the guests of Mrs. and Mrs.
F. K. Burr at their cottage, at Crystal
Lake, have returned home. The doctor
has sultlclently recovered his strength
to begin his otilee practice again.
iMixses Eliza Coleman and Jennie
Scanlln have returned from Scranton.
where they have been spending the past
X w o w t k it
Miss Mary Carden has returned from
a two weeks' visit In Plttston. She
was accompanied 'by Miss Loretta Car
den. who will remain In this city for
Mrs. C. N. Tlronson and daughter.
Miss Clara, returned yesterday from
Sidney, N. . On Friduy last they at
tended the golden wedding of Mrs.
Uronson's parents, of that place.
Harry and Helen Abbott have re
turned from Lenoxvllle, where they
have b;en spending a few days at the
farm of II. Robinson.
.Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Davis, of South
Terrace street, have returned from At
lantic City, where they have been
spending the past ten days.
Larry Rawlson has returned to his
home, In Green Ridge, after a two
weeks' visit at Camp Crystal.
Alls Eula Carey has returned from
Tunkhannock. where she has been Vis
iting Miss Eva Moss.
'Mrs. W. D. Jones and son. Willis, of
Washington street, are visiting friends
(Messrs. Thomas and Martin Collins,
of Fallbrook street, left yesterday
morning for a visit of several weeks at
Niagara Falls, Toronto and other
places of Interest.
The death angel hns again visited the
home of S. .F. Carpenter, business mnn
ager of the Herald, and taken away
the 8-week-old Infant, Daniel.
Sheriff E. A. Lenard was in Susque
hanna early this week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Lyons are visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Leonard, of
Chenango street, Binghamton.
Harry Watrous, of CaMuondale, Is at
tending court this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hand and chil
dren, of Scranton, are visiting at W. a.
Daniel C. Darrow. of Peckvlllo, Is
visiting at his father's, air. Darrow Is
a popular clerk at Peckvllle.
Kx-Sherlft L. B. 'Miller is doing duty
as a Juryman this week.
Forest City must be a dark town, as
a witness In court said, "To the best of
my knoweUlge there Is not a single
street lamp In the town." Where is
E. R. W. Searle, of Susquehanna, is
In town. He has several cases in court.
Mrs. Edgar and duughter, of South
Orange, are guests at Rosemont cot
tage. The report that Mr. Louis Sprout, one
of Montrose's respected citizens, was
Insane Is untrue. Mr. Sprout suffers
from nervous prostration and the doc
tors think he will be well in a short
time. Mr. Sprout Is collector for the
Montrose Republican und la known
very well throughout the county.
Court opened Monday morning at 10
o'clock. Judge Searle, presiding. Many
cases were appealed for different rea
sons. The first case was that of Com
monwealth vs. John Fitzpatrlck, In
dictments, first, rape: second, rape;
third, assault with intentions; James
Andrews, prosecutor. This case. It will
be remembered, was fully reported at
the time In The Tribune. The victim
was a little girl 5 years of age. It
caused great excitement and a lairge
number of Forest City people are at
tending court. Mr. and Mrs. Mc An
drews were the first witnesses called.
At the close of their testimony the case
was adjourned until this (Wednesday)
morning at 9 o'clock.
George Helvlc has Improved his prop
erty on South Main street by erecting
a handsome and attractive fence.
I. K. Goodman and family. Morris
Weiss and family, Jacob Weinberger
and family spent 'Sunday at Scull Pond.
Patrick MGowan, of Providence, was
a caller at the Grove house on Sunday
Misses Maggie and Frances Myna
han, of IBlnghamtorr', are guests of
their sister, Mrs. James Twlss, of the
John Stark, who has been visiting
William Smith, of Main street, has re
turned to his home 1n Plttston.
Miss Julia McIIale, of Buffalo, Is
visiting friend in town.
The cellar of Thomas Logan, of Main
strfet, was entered at an early hour
yesterday morning and a large quanti
ty of ibeer and whisky stolen. The
thieves are unknown.
Stephen Beddoe and Mr?s Annie Ben
ten were united In marriage Mondey
evening by the Rev. W. H. Holder.
After the cwemony a reception follow
ed and was largely attended by their
Peter Mackerel, of Olyphant, and
'Miss Mary J. Wahl, of this place, will
be married at St. Patrick'sehurch, Oly
phant this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Mlm Nellie McDonough. of Olyphant,
and Mis Ingold, of New Haven, Conn.,
were visitors In town yesterday,
Miss Emma Kennedy, of Clinton, N.
Y., Is the guest of Mlss Vlnnle Rose.
William O'Connell returned from a
trip to New York Monday night.
Charles Knapp has returned home
from Fort Wayne, Ind.
iMIss Annie 'Sharp and Nellie Farnum,
of Port Jervls, returned home yester
day. The Amity club will play the Ama
teurs of Scranton at the Llederkranz
picnic at Soranton, Aug. 15.
A musical entertainment for the ben
efit of the New York Kindergarten as
sociation will be given In the Presby
terian chapel Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thompson and
Miss Edith Torrey have roturned home
from their western trip,
Clark's Summit was entertained Mon
day night by Dad Bakers' Queen City
show. It was a grand entertainment.
The tent was crowded.
.Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rlcker and son
Were In town yesterday.
L. Clark hus resigned his 'position as
blender of liquids at Fred Weldhel's
hotel and Is about to resume his posi
tion at Bill Jenkins' hotel at Bcrtinton.
Edward Smith, of Ashley, is a guest
at D. F. Smith's.
W, P. Litts, H. P. Wilcox, W.. B.
Parker and H. N. Patrick have gone
on a fishing tour
.Mrs. Prlscllla Watklns, Mrs. Evan
Williams, Mrs. David T. Harris, Mrs.
David Davis and Mrs. John Morris left
yesterday afternoon for New York city,
from where they will sail for Wales on
the Brlttanlc, where they will spend
few months' vacation.
The Taylor, Pyne and Holden mines
were paid yesterday.
Edward Moran, ,a driver boss at the
Pyne mines, was kicked early yester
day mornln by a mule and sustained
The Mooes and Bstsmashers played
a one-sided game of ball yesterday
afternoon which resulted In a victory
for the latter team by a score of IS to 1.
Moses, of the Bstsmashers, pitched an
The Taylor Sports, of this place, chal
lenge the Sows, of Archibald, to a
game of ball on the Archbald grounds
The excursion of the Calvary Bap
tist church to Lake Ariel on Sept. I
promises to be a monster affair.
The Tavlor Silver Cornet band will
take an outing at Lilly lake tomorrow
with a number of friends.
The picnic of the Union band on Sat
urday evening bids fair to excel any
that has 'been held at Weber's park this
M ALU STEAD.
Louis Ives, of BlnhamtoM spent
Sunday with his brother. Ward Ives,
the popular clerk at the ready pay
The corner stone of the new Presby
terian church will be laid In about three
Dr. T. D. Lamb was in Conklln on
Monday. , , ,
Marvey Barnes has rented his black
smith shop on Main street to a man
from out of town.
The Railroad Young Wen's Christian
association base ball club, of Scranton,
defeated the club of this place on the
home grounds on Saturday afternoon
by a score of 14 to 7. The work of
Frank Vedders, of the home club, was
a feature of the game.
L. E. Tiffany mounted his wheel ear
ly Sunday morning for a ride to Scran
ton. When going down a hill near
Nicholson his bicycle broke and he was
thrown against a rock and his lower
Clarence Thomas, of CorbettsvlJIe,
was lu town on Sunday.
Rev. J. Marsland, of Franklin, spent
Saturday with Rev. L. W. Church.
Attorney E. R. W. Searle. of Susque
hanna, was In town on Monday.
Rev. John Davis and J. D. Lludsley
spent Monday at Heart Lake.
The Delaware, dackawanna iand
Western pay car will visit this city on
Warren Shnmrell, who has been fish
ing at Sod us Hay, has returned home.
William Hoover, wife and chlldrun,
who have been spending a week with
friends and relatives at Candor, N. Y.,
have returned home.
Friday was pay day nt the silk mill.
Misses Kittle and Carrie Summerton
have returned from visiting friends at
Troy N. Y.
Rev. Van Wert, of Nicholson, will
occupy the Presbyterian pulpit next
8 Frei'llarnes has accepted a position
In Cortland. N. Y. .,
The Railroad Young Men's Christian
association cottage meeting on Friday
evening will be held at the honle of
Fred Bell, on Chase avenue.
The family of J. W. Chldester will
hold a reunion on Wednesday of this
Women's ChrlstlanTemperance union
meeting on Thursday afternoon will be
held at the home of Mrs. S. B. Chase.
iVIisses Daisv and Stella Rlckard, of
Plymouth, are visiting at the residence
of Henry McKlnney In Great Bend.
Master Henry DuBols Is spending a
month at Lock Haven, Pa., with friends
A large number of our citizens will
leave on Wednesday for Montrose. The
river bank case, or DuUols-Douglass
fight, will be tried on that date.
Julia Edwards, of Cortland, has ac
cepted a postition with the Textile com
pany. Mrs. Cant. Bache has returned from
a visit with her sister, Mrs. 8. S. Wright
To comply with t'he factory lawVthe
managers of the Textile company Is
having additional stairways put In so
that bitter exit for the employes may
be had .In case of fire.
Mrs. S. Bernstein, of Now York city,
Is visiting her son, B. F. Bernstein.
'Mrs. Hays, of Gr.eat Bend, has gone
for a ttin weeks' enjoyment of the sea
shore at a Connecticut resort east of
Hon. James T. DuBols Is expected to
reach this place within the next three
weeks from an extended California trip,
when all the tangled ends of the vari
ous enterprises In which he Is Interest
ed, will likely be properly adjusted and
the long hoped for prosperity of Hall
stead be more than realized.
Miss Ida Jones is ill.
Frank and Robert Lamb are visiting
Subscribe for the Tribune, only 45
cents .per month, and get Scranton's
best paper. Fred D. Lamb Is the agent
for It In this place.
i.Vlr. McMann, of Susquehanna, was
In town on 'Monday to arrange a game
of base ball between the Susquehanna
club and the Hallstead club. While
here he was playing ball with a few
friends and had the misfortune to have
a finger fractured.
Rev. A. D. David is at Ocean Grove.
Mrs. (Sutherland, of Savanah, Ga.,
was the guest of Mrs. W. Havenstrite
The ladles of the Women's Christian
Temperance union who met at the home
of Mrs. .Millard on Thursday had a yery
pleasant time. Those present were:
Mrs. O. E. Vaughn, Mrs. W. F. Clem
ents, Mrs. F-. B. Gardiner, Mrs. Ltfmer
eaux, Mrs. H. J. Cannon, Mrs. Malone,
Mrs. Watts. 'Mrs. A. Davis, Mrs. Ehr
good, Mrs. Parry, "Mrs. Depew, of Dale
vllle, and Miss Anderson, of Madlaon
ville. Mrs. A. D. David Is at her parents'
home. In Dalton, for a few days.
Mrs. Clara wartz, of Madlsonvllle,
called on her aunt, Mrs. W. Havcn
slrl.te, on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. posten are In Strpuds
burg visiting. "
Mrs. T. II. Howe, of Green Ridge,
called on her sister, Mrs. J. W. Savre
on Thursday. y '
The Cheerful Workers will hold an
TT "orlal on tne ,awn I" frnt of
W. F. Clements' tonight. (Wednesday).
vMrJl; "w1 .Noack nd Mr"' Charles
Noaek. of Madlsonvllle. called on Mra.
C. II. Clouse, on Thursday.
Rev. Hcott, of Turnersvllle, occupied
the pulpit of the Methodist Episcopal
church on Sunday. vpi
L. E. Brown and wife, of Brooklyn.
N. ,Y.. returned to their home yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. J. (Dunstone were In
Miss May Murphy, of Dunmore, wns
week 8UC,a Conb"
uiMriF.l;an,t.B"ne and fauRhter, Lib
ble, of West iplttston, and Mrs. Fryor
and daughter, Jennie, of iHawlcy, were
Visiting friends last week.
The Ladles' Aid society will meet at
the home of Wrs. John B. IMIller this
Thomas Wilson. M. D ho opened his
office in the Garbutt building.
W'llllnm Faraday hns accepted the
position as assistant In Lackawanna
James Conway has been appointed
supervisor by the court to All the va
cancy cnused by the death of his fa
ther, John Conway, ,
Relief la Sis Hours.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis
eases relieved In sis hours by the "Now
Great South American Kidney Cure."
This new remedy la a great surprise on
account of Its exceeding promptness In
relieving pain In the bladder, kidneys,
back and every part of the urinary pas
sages. In male or female. It relieves re.
tentlon of water and pain ia passing It
almost Immediately. If yuu want -quick
relief and cure this Is your remedy1.'. Sold
by C. M. Harris, Druggist, in pan ave.
bus, Bcranton, Pa.
WAVE R LV.
'Miss Cora Relph, of Scranton, spent
Sunday here with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Bedford are
rusticating at Lake Chautauqua.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. S. Calkins drova to
Lake Sheridan on Tuesday.
Mark G. Melville, of Canbondale. was
a caller here last week.
(Misses Anna and Katie Mead and
Mead Warner, of Philadelphia, are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John 'Mead.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Spelcher and
family, of Scranton, have been the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ma;
honey for a few days.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Percy Falkenbergh and
family have returned to Atlantic High
lands, N. J., after a lengthy visit with
Mr. and Mrs. George IB. (Davis, Mrs.
Miss Jennie Sharkey, of Plttston, Is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Hall.
Mrs. Belle Capwell and child, of
Bloomsburg, are visiting her mother,
Mrs. James H. McAlpine.
Icecream every day at Martin Bold's
Fred L. Moon has opened a lumber
yard next to Bedford's drug store.
The Misses Cora Sherman, Giertle
Johnson and Delia Stone have returned
from an extended visit to the Misses
Edith and May Carpenter, at Cochesett,
George Shermnn has re-opened the
butcher shoti formerly conducted by
Earl Carpenter. ,
Miss Anna Kromer, of Hyde Park, Is
the guest of -Miss Lottie Lee, at the
Mr. and IMrs. John Lampey, of lllyde
Park, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. George
.Norman Rowe, of Jersey City, Is the
guest of 'Rev. and IMrs. A. iBergen
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. DeWltt. of Wash
ington, D. C, are stopping at the 'Perry
homstead. . . .
Hurry Colo and wife and Miss Lizzie
Krauss, of Dunmore; IMIss Josephine
and brother, Itcese Richards, of 'Scran
ton, and Miss Carrie 'Dalesman, of
Clark's Summit, have been the guests of
.Miss Bertha Bold during the past week.
Rev. William 8. Jerome, of Pontlac,
Mich., has been In town this week call
ing on old friends and taking a look at
the haunts of his childhood. It Is some
thing like twenty years since Mr. Je
rome had visited this place, yet lie
found muny who had a warm welcome
for hlin und a kind word for his father,
who wus rector of ISt. Mark's church for
several years. iHls father is now In
Philadelphia, in fairly good health.
John MoConnell won the honors at
the clay pigeon shoot of Saturday.
Thirteen sportsmen participated.
A. 11. Smith, sr., was calling on
friends In town Saturday. 'His health
The New Milford base ball contingent
will -give a hop at the opera house on
Friday evening, Aug. 16.
The Harford and New 'Milford base
ball 'aggregations will discuss a game
on the home grounds Friday afternoon.
Our new lighting system Is now In
operation. Janitor Brewer touched the
button and there was light.
The graded school bnlldlng Is tinder
going renovation and repairs.
Don't Get Excited
Was what the doctors told me, and they
said I must not tun, on account ot flat
terlng of my heart. I was sick over
year with dyspepsia, could not sleep or
eat In comfort, was generally miserable
gave me refreshing sleep, steady nerves
and better health than ever. I have great
faith In Hood's. H. H. PBIca, Reading, Pa.
Hood's Pills l"
Osal at the best quality for domsetM
ise, and of all sizes, delivered la ana
lrt of the iity at lowest price.
Orders left at my Office
NO. 118 WYOMING AVENUE,
Rear room, first floor, Third National
Bank, or sent by mall or telephone to the
Dlae, will reoelva prompt attention.
Special contracts will be made for lbs
alsaad delivery of Buckwheat CoaL
WM. T. SMITH.
The Finest In the Cltj.
The latest Improved furnish'
logs and apparatus for keeplag
meat, butter and eggs.
223 Wyoming Ava,
EMPIRE DRY GOODS CO..
516 LACKAWANNA AVE.
The stock we parcbaseil it the Sheriff's Bale
at Ilaslftun, Pn. our Haieis .Inc. opening,
iiravod ninro sitsfitory than we thought.
Ton orowil on Momlujr win enormously Urge,
snd carried nwny tho Burc.lns, and the .tnck
which Is left we'll dl.a of at your own
tirirM, Kale .11 wek at the tolluwlne prices:
1 com Drew Ulngbamn, grois price, 7 couts,
Our Prloe, 3W Cants
1 cose ot Cnbl ached Brown Cotton, 4 4.
h.vy, for .hoatlag only, grata price, t
costs, Our Pries, 44 Cants
I c.ne Checked Crasb, all linen, sroM price,
lOotnts, Our Pries, 8 Cents
1'eass Bleached ToW.ls, by the pair,
fiinaod, grow price, Woenta,
Our Prlea.lO Cants
1 rase 04 Bleached Mobswk otoslln, groM .
prloe, 16 oant. Our Pries, 12H Cants
A great sals for the uie of srery household.
1 cast of Tnrk.y Red Carers, slses U4 and
lUit, grow price, 11.00 and 11.60.
Our Prise, SOo. and 69o.
roat Tnrksy lied.
ME OBI CT CO., OLD SID COOTS GOT PRICt STORE.
616 Lc:!z3 it;
Magnetism as a Curative in
It Is no longer a doubt, but a demon
strated fact, that the power of magnetU:n
and electricity as used In the cure of
chronlo diseases Is the greatest aux
iliary to medicine that Is known to science
at tho present day, and some of the mort
wonderful cures huve been performed ty
the proper use of the above mentioned
powers. Dr. F. B. Smith and staff have
employed those powers in the cure of
chronic diseases for many years with the
most remarkable good results, us the fol
lowing case will show: Mrs. llroate, a
lady about SO years old, came to Dr. Smith
and stalT. She was suffering with strict
ure of the throat for about eight years.
For over six years she had not-swallowed
a mouthful of solid food. She had ben
compelled to live on tea, coffee, milk an I
the thinest kind or soups. She had been
doctoring for years, but found no relief.
She was told by several doctlrs that there
was no cure, that all she could hope for
was death, which would come by degrees,
or. In other words, that the passage to her
stomach would close and she would Bturve
to death. Living In utter despair a friend
called her attention to an advertisement
In the paper of tho cures made by lr.
Smith and statf, and contrary to the ad
vice of the family physician she com
menced taking magnetic treatments, bhe
was told that she had simply thrown her
money away, that no doctor could cure
her, but despite of all those protestations
she Is today a living testimonial to the
healing virtues of magnetism, for she was
absolutely and permanently cured of her
atllictlon by Ur. Smith and staff. If you
are suffering with any complaint call on
those doctlrs at GU5 Linden street, opposite
the court house, and be cured. Consulta
tion free from 9 to 6 dally except Sunday.
Tuesdays and Fridays from i a. m. to
9 p. ra.
230 Lackawanna Ara, Scrantca,
The Times May Not Be All
It Should Be, hnt Oar
Will go a great way toward
evening up things
for oar customers
HE YOU MONEY THIS WEEK.
Ken's Slits, rejoltr price $9, $4.65
Hen's Sntts, regular price 12, 7,75
Ven's Pants as loi as
Men's Casslmere Pants
Hen's Fine Dress Pants
A Serviceable Salt for $ .85
A Good Wool Snit for
1 Hobby Dress Snit for
2 Pair Knee Pants for
230 Lackawanna Ara
8IQN OP THE BELL.
2 esses of Bnmmer Balhrlggaa Hen's Un
derwear, la all qualities, gross prico, lie.,
Bta snd &Uc. our
Price to Close Out Entire Lot 20o
Otdntoa Men's White Unlaundrled Bhlrts,
pure linen bosom, double front and bock,
gross price, 60 cuts,
Our Price, 29 Cents
RMdoten of Outing Bblrts, In all qualities
. gruas price, Vc 80c, 60a., Ate. and T&o.
We will make a sweep on tbo .ntlr lot '
and l.t bar go at 25 Cents Your Choice
HOSIERY-These prices will hold good
for all this week. 6uo pair Men's Bocks
at Be, gross price, 10c, ; 64 pairs Ladles'
Fait Black Boss, gross prl e, 10 renta,
Our Pries, 8c.i 10 dozen ot French
Balbrlagaa Half Hose, snd Fast Black
Hose, gross prloe, 26 eonta,
. Our Price, 12K Cents
Ladles' Vests at ons-half less than elsewhere.
Be oaref ul and call.
TO our patrons:
Wushburn -Crosby Co. wish to amure their many pals
rona thut they will this year hold to their usual custoaa
of milium STRICTLY OLD WHEAT until the new crop
is fully cured. New wheat in now upon the market, and
owing to the excessively dry weather many millers arw
of the opinion that it Is already cured, and in proper
condition for milling. Watthburn-Crottby Co. will tako
no risk, and will allow the new wheat fully thrc
months to muture before Krinding.
Thin careful attention to every detail of milling K
placed Wakhburn-Crobby Co.'s flour far above other
KERR, SIEBECKER & GO,
Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums,
Oil Cloths, Window Shades,
and Lace Curtains, Draperies
and Upholstery Goods.
Pertaining to the Carpet and Curtain Trade.
406408 Lackawanna Avenue, Scranton, Pa.
IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Will be found at our branch store in the Watt BuilcU
ing, Church street, Carbondale, Pa.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-8ARRE, PA, Msnufscturers ef
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Doilors,
. HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
Oenerai Office: 5CRANT0N, PA.
A well-made Couch, fringed all around, covered inv
latest design corduroy which means durability 28 inches
wide, 76 inches long, double roll pillow head something
new. Some stores have valued not as good at $15.00;
others at $12.00. "ECONOMY'S" price is $9.90. Only
two dozen of them won't last long at the. price.
Are now ready for your inspection. Early choice meanf
OURS A Crodit
House Soiling at
, 23$ and 37