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TilE SCRA?JTOTf T"R ! IJUNE--T UES DAY MOEJttNG, NOVEMBER 17, 1SU6.
Highest of all in Leavening Tower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
tnenders will please note that nrtvortls
mcnts, orders for job work, ami items lor
publication loCt nt the "laol'?n7,1fnA,?
Knannon Co.. newsdealers. North Main
meet, will receive prompt attention, 01
licc ojen from X a. ni. to lu t. m.J
l.ut-i tiiiuiiM lit nt .Nn. 4t tmr.i l.
The chapel at Sn. 1 was crowded by
those who came on Friday evening to
the excellent entertainment nlvi-li 1-5"
the yuiinir people. The pinKrnmme
consisted of souks, recitations ami ilia
IokiH'K. with a tableau between the
various pieces. Those tnl:iiiK part in
tile exi irises were: MailKie I'lillli:',
Almi-dia, fonvll, Unse Sparks, .lyi"ii
Stanton, Mtiln-1 Stanton anil Itichanl
Starks. A Ih.'i ilrill was also iriven by
eleven yoiins ladies, ami sunns by a
larse chorus. ttrent credit is due to
Sirs. John liomiii for the excellent
truinlntr givi n to the yiniiiK pcrfumi
irs. The amount raised by the enter
tainment was $".".
Weil din:; To-morrow Aflrrnonii.
Tin' marriage of Miss Kutli Tliven
bur and Homer X. Smith is nnnoune
ed to take :lace at the- home nf the
brid.''s iiml Iter on .laido avenue Weil
msday afternoon. The ceremony will
take place at 4 o'clock, the Kev. In-,
l'lace. of the M-lhoilist church, otliciat
im;. duly the immediate families will
lie present. They will leave on an
rveuitiK train for California. They will
spend the winier there and may make
if their home. They are prominent
numbers of the Methodist church and
Kpvoilh league of (his citv and will be
RTeatly missed In both circles. They
will carry witli thetn the (,'ood wishes
of u host of friends.
The Alumni lllcveu ItclcalH I'illstoii,
The miinbei' of spectators who wit
Jt ssed the name between the riltstoil
eleven and the Alumni Athletic asso
ciation men was not larjie owitu; to tlie
iiiol weather, iiul the day was riuhl
fur playing. The trame started late so
that It was necessary to play lifted)
minute halves without intermission.
I'iltston made but little headway. Ac
cordingly when IJeferce Johnson i:nvo
the ball to the Alumni the visiting team
n fused to play and the anie was kIv
cn to Caiboudale by the score of ti
(icriuuniii Hand l air.
This musical orjianizal Ion has om
Pleled airanfreinents to op.'ii tin1 con
templated fair on Wednesday evening
lu the Walt ltiill inir. It will lie one of
the most delightful entertainments that
the band have Kiven. The orchestra
and tli rep male iiuartettes will take
part. 1 m Wednesday cm tiinn the mu
sic for the dauelne; will be rendered
by the orchestra.
LOCAL AND PI-RSONAL NOTES.
Misses Kit TxiyK Lillian William.
Mamie Collins ami liird o'Horo, of
Seranton, were guests of friends in this
.Mrs. S. T. Corby and Miss liessle Cor
by, who have been visit im; In Jlmit
c lalr, N. J., have returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lynn ami son. of
Kiimston, are visilimr Mr. and Mrs.
John Murai). or South Main street.
Miss Julia. Counhlin Is visiting In
Miss .Aland" Dab y, of Smith Main
street, visited friends in Archbald Sun
day. Kev. T. V. Coffey was a visitor In
Mis. J. J. O'l'oyle, or lMver street,
spent Sunday with friends in .Scran
ton. Miss Ida ISeci-o was n visitor in
Seranton over Sunday.
The Junior Kmbavor society of the
Second I'resbyterian church will -ive
a supper and entertainment Th.tnks
Kivlns afternoon and evi-nliii.'.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. .bu kson. of West
I'ittstoti. ppent Sunday with their
daughter, .Mrs. (5. Ji. Sampson, of
Miss Annlu Crier, of Mayll Id, called
on friends In town yesterday.
William Bivese. of Lincoln avenue,
relebrated the seventy-sixth birthday
nnnivcrsary of his fathor. Isaac J.
Hreese, at his home In Ib-rrlck.
Mrs. Kruno Wilson, of New York Is
111 at the homo of her slster-in-iaw,
Mrs. Theresa Kerkhy, 17 Turk Place.
Mrs. A. ii. Abbey, of Terrace street,
Who hasTieen ill, is convah sc. Tit.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis, of Aus
tralia, are visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Wallace I Unlock. Mr. Lewis
was a former resilient of Carbondale,
but has not been here In eleven years,
and he linds many Improvements In
the Anthracite City.
A chrysanthemum social will be h. id
In r.urke's hall on Thursday evening
under the auspices i.r the Crescent So
cial club In honor of Patrick I'.i-.nncn.
who leaves in a short time for a visit In
The Woman's Homo and Foreign
Missionary soeieti -s of the First Pres
byterian church will hold n union
thank offerlnfr sf rvleo. Friday, Nov. pi,
when an Interesting programme will
Mrs. John MerrlM attended n party
which was Kiven in Seranton on Satur
day in honor of the nlnct v-third anni
versary of the birth of her uncle, Mr.
Swnrtss. or that nlace
Annie, the little daughter of Mr ami
Mrs. Michael Lavin. who has been s ri
ously ill with pneumonia, is Improving.
Harry Krantz. who was operated on
for appendicitis by Pr. 11. C. Wheelt r
Friday, is Rcttintr nl.ms nicely.
Mrs. John Ilolv-rts, of Canaan rtn-et.
Is entertaining her fairer, of, Wilkes
l'.arre. He is Sfi years old and remark
ably active for a man of his years.
Mr. and Mrs. Travlss Kuild. of Car
bondale, spent Sunday with the form
er's uncle. William Iiudd.
.. A tenement house owned by William
Pell and oecui.lcd by A. Kruzii-r. c.im;ht
fire last Saturday, but was extinguished
by Home of the neighbors before much
FOR FALL TRADE.
All tl)c latest, front a 20c. In.
grain, to the best Wilton.
Oil Cloth a n J Linoleums, all
widths and prices.
Window Shades and Curtains,
all the latest novelties.
Funcy l.'okin Chairs, npTiol.
stored in rlnsli, tapestrv and hroc
iitcilc Also h line collection of
cohhler seats, and our price al
ways the lowest.
J. SCOTT 1MGLIS,
Carpets, Wall Papers aid Drajoriai
:s lacii&wiru avl
ilamase was done. The fire alarm was
sent in, but the assistance of the lire
company was not needed.
A regular communication of Oriental
Star lodKc. Free and Accepted Masons,
will be held this cveiiinpr.
Contractor Coons ts erecting a niv
dwelling house for Patrick Fitzsim
nions on his lot on the back road.
The carpenters have started to tlx the
house that was partly destroyed by
lire bolons.'injf to the Iiclaware and
Hudson nt Grassy, last Thursday
Charley Waltz spent Sunday with
his par nts at Mount Cobli.
P. J. Hollhiter was called to Hollis
terville last Saturday on account of the
serious illness of his mother.
Kichard Sanderson and Miss Cora
F.vei ts w ill be united in the holy bonds
of matrimony next Saturday eveiiini?.
There is no more enterprising church
In the valley than the First llaptist
of J i i n i j ii . Kach success only incites
the members to slill iirealer efforts;
and now that lunch has entered on
such a prosperous era all ihe friends
and members will be plwc-'cd to know
that on Tliauks.i.'ivinii the tallies in I Ik'
church parlor will be proad with a
chicken supper, wuich will be served
from ,"i ii. m. uulil the patrons or sup
ply are exhausted, in addition to tliirf"
treat there will be a Tithiim; junilee,
bo;jinninir at N p. m., when the Tilhiiii:
albums that have been eirciilatini; witli
such diligence Katherint? dimes lor the
cauccllliiK id' t iie church debt, ill bj
ipened and the results made known.
Colli treats may be enjoyed for
cents; or supper will be nerved for
c uts, and cnui tainmcnl tickets lor la
William P.refse, of Seranton, visited
Thomas K. Chili I lis yesterday.
Tutiiithl will occur the lecture by
Kev. T. C. Kdwards. H. Ii. Iion't aiis
this u rand treat by the renowned lec
ture and elocutionist, poors open at
T p. m. L 'clure at s p. ni.
At the service of the Methodist L'pls
copal church yesterday a tiuancial
statement was given by Purler tien
dall to the effect that the church .wis
indebted to the amount of $,".o. Tin
congregation, us here Infoiv, lvsponded
generally to tlie reiiuest of the pastor
for the deliiiuidaliou of the debt, and
at the iiiornin;,' seiviie the sum of
S'.'IMI was pledged, and the balan.e was
made im nt the evening service, mi
Thaiiksifivmi; cveiiinu a Thanksgiving
service will be held and Ihe mortgage
Idcli was held ayainst tli. iu will be
burned lu the piVM-llce of the co'igre
gallon. In addition a concert v ill be
given by homi' talent, and Uev. Mr.
Siveet. of Seranton. will be present and
deliver a sermon suitable to the occa
sion. The Mayliebl fool ball b am will com
bat with I In- Carbondale high school
on Thanksgiving afternoon. The ,May
lidd team will line up as follows: Celt
end. Pavid iriiths: left tackle. K. C.
I'.ergan: left guard. John Lally; center.
Pat Lally: liebl guanl. T. J. tjuinn;
right tackle, John Flannighan; right
end, Tom Ccigan; iiuarlcr back, Cryan
Coggins; left half back, . I. ijuinn; rctiit
hall, Fred Waring; full. T. Morgan;
manager, Will McLaughlin.
The Maytichl lair tonight will be an
enjoyable event. The Andrew Mitchell
Fire company will be present and furn
ish their own music. There "ill lie
iiuartettes and solos and lust rumeiilal
music on the programme.
The funeral of the late Michael IJo
land took place from hl:t late lionc on
Laurel street on Saturday morning.
The remains were taken to St. Thomas'
church at bi.riu o'clock, where a high
mass of reiiuioin was sung, Lev. T. .1.
Coniorfnld was ci' b.'br.'i n t. After the
mass Fat her Coinorford preached an
impressive fuiicial sermon in the coiiire
of which he made proper reference to
the iiinigiit and honorable life or Ihe
deleaseil. The I'elllaillS Were Interred
in the Catholic cemetery. The pall
bearers were: lion. M. jr. (lilroy. P.
M. o'l'.oyle. Miles MeAndrcw, sr.. and
Thomas Mclviii, or this ohi'-e; James
Law lor, of V, inlon, and Michael Co
land of Archbald. The lloial olVerbigs.
which w. re very beautiful, were car
ried by P.ornanl n'llara and Thomas
I'lckar l. The employes of the liol;i!i
Coal coinpnny sent a very beautiful
lloial token. Mr. Poland had be, n a
coal lnsiector nt Ihe liolph works. The
I uncial w as laifie iind Included many
The family of the late Michael Po
land desire to ret urn thanks lo those
who so kindly assisted during the oh
secjul -s of our late lamented father and
particularly to the employes of the
liolph Coal company of Wintnii. for
their bi.iutifnl souvenir. We benriilv
appreciate tlie kindly feeling it implies
ai.il shall long remember it with grati
tude. The family of the late Michael Pol uid,
per James 11. Poland.
Patrick Moran. of liailroad street, I:;
dangerously ill and his death is mo
ii ii ntarlly i'''i n.
An into-iirT two-year-old chill or
Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Cillespie, or Pi.v
street, died on Friday, after a ihort
The Delaware and ITudsnn emniinin-
iS aliOUt to I'Copdl til' old SloIiO b.sii'e
White dak creek nod have tlv (oil
which it contains prepared for t' i a :
lo t. The sb'pe was opened about o
years ago, but has not been wo'V -il
tor many years. The opening v il! txo
employment to many hands.
Last week the bell In (hi- sl- pie of
St. Thomas' church was lowered about
pi feet and yest-'iday Contractor Cot
els' nien bepan removing the sl.-cpl.-.
The metal near the tup of the do, no is
lirst being taken off. It is tl- lit.- ?
lion to remove the steeple as far down
as the nof.
Miss Katie Foote, of St. Cecilia's
academy, spent Sunday at lur lionir
here. AY OCA.
M. J. and ,1 dm Carv.y and .1. T.
P.rmvn h-ive b-en granted r.iine toir.'.en
The Ladies' Aid soci ly of t!-" ?Mh
oriist Koisropnl church will meet :,l the
home i.r Mrs. Join s, of Dupi :it, o:i
Wednesday at 2 p. in.
J. J. (iitibous. of Seranton. was a vis
itor in toun o:i. Sunday.
The follow ing ladies will conduct the
supper at I ho chrysanthemum show in
the Primitive Metbodi.-t class room dur
ing the evening.'' bcginieug on Xov. 0
and continuing during the week: Jin
dames. Fair. Preble, Cray. Chiller.
Konse. liosl. j-. s trick. Ativcll. T'ecble.
Williams. Webster. IMdg. il-y and D.i
Vies. A pie silj.per will ho the feattue
for Ihe llrst evening, a faggot inipper
on the second ncd a campaign supper
on the third evening. Trc re w ill b- a
brilliant display of llowers which will
he sold at reasnnal'l" prices.
The ladies of the Methodist Kpiscopai
chiuch have issu-d birthday souvenirs
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
In bonk fotnv containing cho!? selec
tions from the poets. They will cele
brate a birthday party Tuesday. Nov.
24. and each contributor will respond
by Inclosing ai many cents as will cor
respond to the number:; of his it her
Neal Mullarkey, of the West Side, Is
pel iou'dy 111.
A meeting of the Friendly union was
held in li'Malley's hall on Saturday
evening, when the following nienih.-rs
were installed Into the order: A Long
nmwer, Joseph Cuss, J. It. Argill, TIms.
Salsbury and John Possum, of Provi
dence; W. Odgers, Joseph Taylot,
Jeiry Alger, Joseph Howe, It. l'ol!unl,
T. J. Newton. C. Pradburv. W. Ciark,
and J. P. tioase. Kefi'eshinents w re
served and the evening pleasantly
Miss Kate I'.rann. of Parsons, spent
Sunday : the Fair rcFkkuc?.
T. .1. Crown. M. J. Coyne. J. J. lle
Oee. T. J. Donahue. A. K. bvi n and T.
J. V.'hyte, of Scrant'Hi, were visit' is in
tow n on Sunday.
Mrs. W. Siniih left yesterday to un
dergo treatment ill Dr. Thomas' ho.'
pilal at Seranton.
, A. Iteiininian is seriously 111.
The Jefferson Krancli I'nlon. Ynuns
People's Society of Christian Kadi av
or. will hold ii convention at Aivr.n on
Wednesday, the istii Inst. The Kn
deavor societies all along ihe branch
will be represented. Uev. 'P. 1. Ken
nedy, Misses I'.eill'.a Adams and Flor
ence Shapley will be the delegates Hi
represent the society from this place.
The Mendelssohn's concert, which
was held on Saturday t vi nlng. was a
very sin eessf III ( vent. ProlV.-soc Cieorge
Marks Kvan i made a stron-j linpres
sion on tii. audience. Those present
weie exceedingly pleased w ith the sing
ing of .Vis. Amos and Mr. Itichard
Williams, of Kingston. Tli-se si I.e.
tiou.? Were received wilh much ap
plause. They were undoubtedly the
finest ever sanir before a Forcsl. City
audience. Tlie selections rendei.'il by
the ;iee clu'i wde also very good.
The selection "Sons of Ihe Sea," tlie
music of w'iieh wan composed by I'm
fessor Kvans. was san-.r in an able
inauner. Professor l-.vans :'at ill Ihe
audii-nie, and had the tdeasure of list
ening to his production lor tin- llrst
lime, lie remarked that tin- tdn.'iiK
lar exceeded his expeetationr, the se
lection being rendered in an excellent
manner. The t'.tee club will hold a
series, of such concerts during the com
ing winter. T'di is an excellent move
on the part of the club. Such cntil'
tai'iment:! are worth:- of patronn-'e.
This iTu. silaj l evening the Young
Peoide's Society of Christian Kii'Uuv
or of tlie Presbyterian church w ill hold
n. "Ta-.T" social' In ih" lecture loom. A
short and interest ing programme will
be carried out at the commencement of
Uev. Ii. 1 1. Jenkins, of Fniondale, ta
iled friends Ha tin .lay.
Miss Ldl'o illlehrist, of C nio. is
spending a fe.v da I'm tlie guest ol rela
tives. The momricrs of th- Hillside Fire
department will attend the fair now in
progress at Ma: Held, under the ail-
Pauses fully half the sickness in tlie world. It
retaa-.M the digested ("oil Phi lung in til bowi'ls
iind piitihiecM liilaiusiiess, torpid liver, liuli-
"cslion, hail taste, rnaled
t.iliglie, siek ll'-adai'lle, ill
SiMiilil.l, etc. Udell's Tills
riir.-eiiiistipatioii ninl all its
results, easily and lliurnuidiiy. 2.V. All druggist.
Prepared by ('. I. limn! ,t Cn.. I.tiwell, Mass.
J iic only fills to lake witli UuoU's Sursaiiarilla.
Our prices on Ii5('"h rrraJo shoes show you what rci'.lv ci.i hi dr.z in tho s'lo
'.vorltl. During the past few '.v2 2k.s, vr'ny.i ivi:ly cn'i vu aim it it la'iiiublc by unii!:
'aclurcir., vc piircliastJ frdr.i leading high grade shoe manufacturers at absolutely our ow .
prices. In this sale vc give the public the benefit of our great pure'iasiug powei'J aud of
erings can never again be possible such prices have never been seen b;forc:
11 pairs Sin's Cr-ic'i ?;))f Cili Liarl Si)i3, all tw, ujili? sollia! prlc3 th
ucrid oyer $3. GO, cur special pries only $2.98. U piii' Men's Calf, Iian-J
csa3 SIiojs, worth $$.E0, nt S2.9S. 233 pair Man's Calf, Goadyeir we!
Siiocj, worth $3 CO, for $3.79. 87 pair Han's Fine Dress Slioss at 98c.
230 pair Boys' Ciif SIiojs, slzs 3 to 5, worili $1.25, 75c.
Gar stock of Ladiss' Fins Slices, Gray Bros. ' make, cannot !)3 equaled auyTlisrc
Dr I335 thin $3. 3-3; m prlC3 is only $3.00 and $3.50; widths A, E
C tad D. Our $2.co line of Ladies' Slices are of tlie fcest of laaie and
iTcry pair warranted and tiiey cannot be equaled for less ta $3.03. We have
only a few sir cf Ladies Shoes left at 50c. Our stock of Misses' and Chil
dren's Slioes, P. Cox's mike, are th3 best in t&3 market atpricas from $1.00,
S1.50 and $2.00. ' We also have a large stock of Misses' and Chil
dren's Slices at 39c, 50c. and 75c
We invite yon to call and examine our goods before buying elsewhere and make our
store your headquarters. Remember, there is no trouble to show goods and you will save
money by it. Remember the place and name. We handle Boots, Shoes and Rubbers only.
Fplct-s cf the William Walker Hose
company, o:i Friday oven In. i
John Sissuskv, employed as a labor
er in No. 2 shaft, was slightly injured
on Monday morning by a fall of top
rock. Dr. Dwyer attended ti Lis in
The ITappy Gleaners hand of the Wy
oming baptist church will hold a sap
per in the church this evening. The
I and Is composed of children, who will
hav full chaige. Supper. I "i cents.
Jib's I'.essle Hoovfr. of Wilkes-1 larre.
is spending a few days with her lou.iln,
Miss Maggie Switacr.
Janus D. Phillips, who has b.-cn cen
fined to -he house for tne past nine
weeks with a broken leg, is able to sl
out cn crutches.
.'Irs. II. H. Schooley has Just returned
from a weeks'' visit with her parents.
Saturday afternoon a game of foot
ball was played al West IMttston be
tween Wyoming and West I'iltston
t-. arrss, resulting In a score of 21 to 0 in
fuvor of West Pittston. rank Filkin
son. one of the Wyoming team, while
in the act of running with the ball, was
tlu.nvn and his right leg was badly
:.piaim o He was takdi to his home on
Fourth street, where he Is now conlined
to his room.
Attention Is once more called to the
condition of the street in front of No. 1
rinded si hool. Th" children have to
wade ankle-deep through the water
and mud to get in the gateway. A few
loads nf allies and a free gateway
would remedy the dillieult;-.
Mr. N'oucluoach and Mis? Tillie Lan
cn, of Seranton. were the guests of
Pairs Orace Lowry, of North Main
street, on Sunday.
A very successful concert was given
last evening at the Welsh Kaptist
-hill eh. The church was well lilled and
a cxnOlont programme was rendered.
The Pnrving set presented to the Tay
lor band for their fair by J. Mil ford
Morgan is on exhibition nt his store
on Main street.
Mrs. 1 til hard Winters, of North Main
street, who has been conlined to her
home for the past week, Is slowl;- im
proving. Pride of Lackawanna Lodge will meet
this evening and every member is re
MUcstod to be present.
5 s a Free
It is your privilege to wear ready
made clothing if you wish to, but
tlnn't you know that we make
lli.it you can't match in ready
unities Tor that price. All guides
of goods proportionately low.
The nost CompM; Tailoring Establishment
, in Seranton.
W. ! DAVIS 215 Wyomlnc Ave,
. . LVI, Amide Bulldln.
raS I OCMV
S SHOE HOUSE,
Many a bnisness man
who is envied by his as-
. . 3 - - ill
ances as a "lucky fei-Jj
low " stands nut a step
fi'uru tile i;i.ive. lie has
purchased success at the
cost of health. 1-or every
step forward in wealth he has taken two
backward in l-.taith. Now that he has al-
most achieved his amhitioti us a money-Bet
ter, he is stanume; on the verire of his grave.
Just one more bip business strain juit ons
more step backward in health and he will
step into his crave. No man has the rii'lit
to jain money at the expense of health. He
owes soiiieihiinrtn wife aad children some-
(hint; to himself. He mav have health easily.
lit. I'iercc's Golden Medical Witt-orny
make men anil women strong and well. It
wards off disease. It makes pure blood,
solid flesh, and strontr nerves. When tin:
arteries are filled v.iWi rich, pure blood, a
mm dne-ui t easily break down or ect sick.
He can stand almost an v amount of work or
strain. The "Cnldcn Medical Discovery
corrects the nll-cnihraciiiff disorders that
cause all manner of disease. It corrects ch
orders of the digestion, irregularities of the
bowels, and impure blood. Urusrcists sell it.
-I was afflicted with pimples mid boils, ntnl
runuinjr mtesnn f.icennd neck," writes koticrt S.
Wert, nt N. M.s l.allow.iv Ave, Cnluinhlli, tlhlo.
" Nothing did tne auy sood. 1 to.k lr. 1-icrce'j
Golden Meilu-nl llicovery raid 'I'leasant rclk-U;
bclore I had tukvu four bottles 1 was cured."
TCvery family should have Dr. Pierce's
Common hense Medical Adviser. The
book was cbc.m at Si. so its refliilar price.
Now, for a limited time, it may be had
for nothing, si one-cent stamps, to pay
the cost of mailing oiiiv. will procure yon
Uui boot in strone paper covers, post Paul
Or yon can have the book in clcttnt
cloth binilinp, for lo cents extra; 31 cents in
all. World's Dispensary Medical Associa
tion, llutlalo, M. x.
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First-Class Sleeping and Dining Cars
attached to nil throught trains. Tourist
cara fully fitted with bedilins. curtains
and specially adapted to wants uf families
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Rates always leas than via other lines.
For further Information, time tables, etc.,
on application to
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To examine this line of Lace Curtains, compare
prjees and you will admit they are the best val
ues ever offered in Seranton.
20 PAIR AT $1.50 ) ... tl
10 PAIU AT 2.00 Ti lcs.e1a,re 3Ji .vds long
10 PAIR AT 2.50 and ful1 Wldtlu
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SO Axminster Rugs, 27 inch by 54 inch, j OliOUi
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poKueae. 40ft LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
ELECTB101TY IS KING.
, w.iwuii wuuuviiiw i liuilltl UUI1U II1UI1IU1U
607, 603 AND 603
Comer Washington Avenue and
ThPi.its noRKnT iiAUTitni.nw rn"-
FKSSOK or MATKKIA MKI"lt'A. liKN
KUAI. THKnATKI "l'K'8. anil HVOIKNR
of JKKl-'KUSUN MblUICAl. l'ltl.l.i-'.iU
of l'lillnil-l)ii;i. nid in his Inst work on
nipdli-al rWirlflly! "The tinio In not fur
off when clpclilfily for mt-illcal use will
tnke I ho (ilare of many ilrtiKH Willi (lie
snmo phpnotn-'"'! rucckbs that has m.irkej
the propvpi-s of this spionce In the moving
of cars. liKhtliiR of stn-Pts ami lionsoi nmj
lor cent-nil motive power." It was In 17ik)
jhat iAI-V.VNl (IWrovere.l thu action
of cnlvanism on Ihe nerves l,y exerlmi-nt-Inu
on a fins. For IMS years xalvanistn lias
rontlnucd to srow In prominence as a euro
i.kt it nrc THORnrr.HLY vndkh.
ST'T Hint Dr. CJreen is a ur.nluate in
medlellie nii'l phnrmaey, he has presoi-lho.l
Tor Ihousnnrts of patient who have never
liml nn appllnatlon nf eleptrlelty, hnt ex
perience nnrt utility has convinced him, :i:j
It tins Marten. Rockwell. Mussey nn-l o'h
ers of prnnilneiiee that electricity Is the
KiNU OV MKPlOAt. RKMEDIKS. Jtear
In mimt that proper electrlcnl treatni' nt.
with llrst-class nppllnnces, Is NOT I'AIN
If yon wlh tn know the result of Tlr.
Creen's treatment for nTihenranth-m write
to K. K. HoHtlck. L'iVI7 F..it riimhei la:ul
etreet. I'hllt-ilelphm. Vn., or care Seauury
& Johnson, New York,
Dp. Green's EIe(fro-TherapeiiHc Insiittile,
607, 608 md 609 Ito Euilding, Seranton, Pa.
Elcvatr.r Pay ir.d Ni),ht. Cren III m o c. m. to 11 m.; (. m. to s r- m 7.30 p.m. too p.m.
, , 1
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
OF SCR ANTON.
Special Attention Given to Business and Per
Libera! Accommodations Extended According
to Balances and Responsibility.
3 Interest Allowed on Interest Deposits.
Oo ms Buy
Kveii llioso who have llio money in (heir pocket
soincliiiins prefer to. It costs tliem 110 mote tiuui the cash
stores ask, ami I lie lit.le aiinuint-i tiiey p:iy eut'li month are
liitr .My misw I. You may h:ive un idea tlnit our prices lire
r:iise,l in order to m ike ti ) stifo in selling on credit, but the
followim; !i-it oii'rht to convince you t. the contrary. Com-
are this list ot 'piic-a with any other that yon can liutl in
The "McAllister"' nil wcnl kersey top
coats. Mack, blue nnd drib.-- h. awlifiil
pr.ods well trimmed with Ii::.- ir.idi.iii-s-n-.-s,
airn slei-ve I i 11 i im : three leni.ths
lo select front; ptrftctlon ill lit.
All tonl hlicl; ant blue K-rsc-y nnd
M-lir.n livrM-oits. lipe-l with Italian
eiolh: our "iniiispensililc a.niliole pmice-
i,,r" us'.d in tin se eoi-.t.: ina.i v.-iv-t
collar.--, c'nul-le stltche:i and (lap seams.
'1 T.e new U-iii'th lull back and easy Ut
An interesting; speciil we have to oiler in this department is
Cnld or Silver Cupid Centre Dratilit Lump, ( just tlie tiling fur the
l.ilirary nr Purior.) with ls-ineli simile and 10-inch lace. Q' 'f(
We sell, with lamp complete -
Or with Deiornted Globe 2.59
Established 23 Years
Best Grade Only.
Spruic Street. Seranton. Pcniuu
The best or references, no chnrne for con
sultation, an Institute) equipped with th
latest achievements of .Morton, Kdlsun.
ltntiney. Uackwell. Mcltrlile. Mi-Intosh
nnd others. Klectro Stntlc Machine Oal
vanic, Karndic, Sinusoidal (.Magnetic-)
Oalvano V'niiterles, and electrodes of ev
We have the finest X-r.ay apparatus
With electricity as a hasls of treatment
we arc successful In eases of Rheumatism
Ooiit. rnraiysls. Kcjema. Tumors, tklii
TranWes, Tndlirestlon, Pyspepnla, th
Wasting of Muscles, Poor Circulation, and
nil Nervous liiseases for which electricity
is dnlnir so rnnph of late.
The hlo.vl riot causlni; Apoplexy ami
Paralysis can be dissolved ami rrirrleil
nwny by proper application of Galvanism
Cures of Catarrh are helnir made by ths
Inhalation of ozone from the Flectro-statlij
We nilKht mention hundreds of trouble
which are amenahle to electric treatment,
but space will net permit.
Iir. C.recn treats all eases nmenabln to
electrlcnl treatment. Is a uradimtn nnd ex-perl-
need prn-tnioner of medicine, has th.j
hest of references, and will charge ncSh
Inir for eonsulatlon.
Those who cannot call should write for
flster? In black, bl.to and 0::foM Chin
chili. is. lush l-'iios and Sbetland. These
co-ids tire strictly all wool. Well lined; lit
and quality combined; is a great coat for
"The Storm Kini;" I'lter Is warranto!
all wool. 1. in - dye. black, blue and i)x
fuld; irimmt-d with tl.innell body lining
ami silu sleeve linlnir. The circular pock"t
in tlit Hi- coats, with double- side pockets
makes it un easy seller at