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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1902.
WHO WAS KIDNAPPED
SOME YEABS AGO.
Police of Richmond, Va., Have Asked
the Local Police for Assistance in
Trying to Locate the Parents of the
Girl from Whose Description of Her
Early Life the Inference Might Bo
Drawn That She Resided In This
Part of the State at the Time of the
A communication was received at
police headquarters ycstculay from
Illchmond, Va usklntr the locul au
thorities to assist In nndlnR the rela
tives of a lG-year-old girl, who was
kidnapped by gypsies many years aRo.
The girl's parents are supposed to have
Uvea some where In the coal regions,
but little or no description Is given. A
pystematlc effort Is being made, with
the assistance of the press throughout
the United States to find the girl's rel
atives. The task of finding the relatives has
been taken up by a member of the
Arm of C. It. Boutwrlght & Son, of
Farmvllle, Va., who discovered the girl
at Pampllns, on the Norfolk nnd West
ern rnllroad, twenty miles west ot
Farmvllle. She Is now at the home of
n man named J. L. Webber, near
Pampllns, where she awaits the mes
sage that will restore her to her rela
tives once again.
The elrl was left at the Webber
house on Dec. 1, 1901, by Jim Govel, or
Gable, and Mary Stanley, who traveled
as man and wife, and who are gypsies.
There had been a auarrcl between the
two over the purchase of a pair of
(Shoes for the child, and they decided to
leave her and, be rid of her forever.
CAUSE OF KIDNAPPING.
She may have been taken originally
In the hope of ransom, or merely be
cause a pair of gypsies were childless,
and this little one appealed to them by
her innocence and beauty. The girl's
etory, as told by herself, In the Rich
Dispatch, Is as follows:
"I was playing In the road near my
home, when a woman came along and
picked me up. She put me in a wagon
and drove away very rapidly. My
home was a tall, white house, with a
porch in front. The yard was enclosed
with palings, and there was a gate in
front, opening on a big road.
"We lived with the woods around us
and the town in easy reach. We had
lots of cows and horses, and we chil
dren had plenty of nice things. I had
a brother nearly grown and ho used to
bring big pieces of slate home for us
children. I remember papa coining
home of an evening, and believe he
must have been connected with some
hlg coal works, for his clothes were
generally smutty, and he would wash
and put on nice clothes at night and
wear his smutty ones away in the
morning. My sisters called me Becky,
but I do not recall any other family
The girl was asked If she wanted to
see her father and mother again, and
her reply was "above all things in the
jvorld." Her voice was choked with
lobs as she said this. She still remem
bers that her kidnapper treated her so
cruelly that she ran away to another
gypsy woman In a nearby camp, and
in this way she fell into the hands of
Mary Stanley and her husband.
CANNOT REMEMBER NAME,
She cannot remember the name of
the first gypsy woman. She remembers
that 6he never travelled over water,
and, therefore. It Is believed that she
Is an American girl, and that her par
ents are somewhere in this country.
She says she always travelled In wag
ons. She remembers that her homo
was in a colder climate, and that there
was a great deal more snow and Ice
than In Virginia.
The girl Is now C feet, 3 Inches tall,
slender, with light brown hair, hazel or
blue eyes, modest and very refined in
her manners, despite her rough life,
end Is about 16 years old. x
She describes Mary Stanley as of
dark complexion, black wavy hair, and
Jim Gavel as of Irish descent, with
red, eandy hair. For the sake of re
storing the girl to her parents, all news
papers are requested to copy this arti
cle, and any Information concerning
the girl sent to C. R. Boutwrlght &
Son, Farmvllle. Va.
BUILDING COMMITTEE MET.
City School Janitors Were All Heap
pointed Last Night.
The building committee of the board
of control met last night and carefully
examined the list of janitors at the
THE MAN IN ARMOR
Was no match for the microbe. Giantj
he might slay but this microscopic or
ganism defied him, and in many a cam
paign more men were destroyed by camp
dimies than by the enemy's sword,
ine one way to
arm against micro
hie disease is to
keep the blood pure.
Impure blood both
breeds and feeds
The signs of im
pure blood are easy
to read. Pimples.
bolls, and eruptions
be blood to be kn-
scores and swellings,
etc,, are other signs
of a corrupt condi
tion of the blood.
Goden Medical Dis
covery purifies the
blood and cures dis
eases caused by the
blood's iuiouritv. It
cures scrofulous sores, boils, pimples,
eczema and other defiling and disfigur
"It gives me great pleiiure to exprets tny
faith fa the virtue of Dr. Fierce' Ooldcn Med
ical Discovery," write Mr. Kieklel Floro, of
Gmytown, Ottawa Co., Ohio. l differed every,
thing; for two ycra with humor on my face,
which baffled the aklll f tome of the moat
noted pbyaiciau. Wat at once advised to so to
the hospital; wa doctored there for three
months without success. Came hone discour
aged. Then Derail to doctor with a 'chemist.1
lie also failed To help me. Then I becau Dr.
fierce' Gold. Uedlcal Discovery, with no
faith whatever In it. Did it oaly fo please my
vrue t but I am happy to tell you that after Uk
tug S,ve bottles I am entirely cured.11
Vsmu. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense
ledical Adviser is sent frit n receipt
pf stamps to pay expense of tasillag tnty,
(Send 71 one-cent stampsfor the book in
paper covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth
bound volume. Address Dr. &, V, Pierce,
Buffalo, N, V, -
various city schools, Their Inspection
resulted In the reappointment of the
entire present force.
A number of bills were passed nnd
the committee disowned the ndvlsabll
Ity of purchasing certain lots In the
Fifth ward, as a site for school build
ings, It was derided to make various
alterations In the new No. 11 school,
and provlson wns made for a small
amount ot additional work.
IAROri SALE OF SEATS.
Lyceum Will Be Crowded to Hear
People's Opera Company.
The large sale ot seats on yesterday
morning for the performance ot "Alex
ander, the Crown Prlneo of Jerusa
lem," at the Lyceum on Monday night,
shows that Scranton music lovers pro
pose to avail themselves ot the oppor
tunity ot listening to grand opera,
which for some years past has been
so rare In this city.
The People's Opera company, of New
York, which will render the opera, Is
comparatively a now organization, but
contains some ot the leading vocal ar
tists and a well drilled chorus.
CAVE-IN IS SPBEADINO.
House of Frank Gill and M. J. Roche,
at Jermyn, Damaged.
The cave-In which started under
neath the property of Prank GUI, at
Jermyn, Wednesday afternoon, con
tinued to spread southward until at the
present time it has reached the ad
joining property of M. J. Roche, nnd a
good-sized portion of the foundation of
the north and east side has disappeared
Into the mine hnderneath.
The corner of the house Is supported
upon long props that extend across the.
AT DIXIE'S THEATER.
Programme That Is Arranged for the
Charles Grapewln's Gossips, in a
short vaudeville, with seven other big
acts, will be the opening attraction at
Dixie's new theater, when It opens next
Monday night. It will be a fine per
formance in every respect.
The box office Is now open at tho
theater and seats can be obtained.
D., Ii. & W. BOARD FOR TODAY.
The following 13 the make-up of tho
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
board for today:
SATURDAY, AUGUST 23.
Summits West S a. m., Frounfclker with
Pushers 7 a. m C. Bartholomew; 8 a.
m., Houser; 11.43 a. m., Coslar; 7.30 p. m..
Murphy; 9 p. m., W. II. Bartholomew.
Helpers 1.30 a. m., Case; 7 a. m.,
Lamping; 10 a. m., Lattimcr; 3.15 p. m.,
Commencing Friday, Aug. 22, pick-up
east leaves Scranton at 8.30 a. m., Instead
of 9 a. m.
11.30 p. m. extra east will not run on
Dunn and crow will run 8 a. m. extra
east, Saturday, Aug. 23.
Abrams and crew will run No. 62, Sat
urday, Aug. 23.
Rogers and crew will run 3.45 p. m.
extra east, Saturday, Aug. 23.
E. Stack nnd crew will run No. El, Sat
urday, Aug, 23.
H. Smith and crow will run No. B3, Sat
urday, Aug. 23.
Ro.ss with Van Wormer's crow will run
No. 61, Saturday, Aug. 23.
NOTES FROM THE DIAMOND.
In tho two big base ball leagues there
aro no threo players who stand foiwaid
moro conspicuously than n trio of Scran
ton boys, who have been tried and not
found wanting in tho diamond scales.
Two of those furnish the most rcmnrk
ablo battery of the National league. They
aro Mike and Jack O'Neill, of St. Louis.
Tho other is William Coughlin, of Wash
ington, considered by many to bo the best
all around infielder in tho American
league, no oven excluding the great and
only Napoleon Lajole. It is difficult to
pick up a Metropolitan paper without
finding In it dally mention of one of theso
The North American recently printed a
four-column cut of the brothers, with tho
caption: "Two Pennsylvania boys the
only battery which has defeated Pittsburg
three times this season." In its account
of the two Minooka boys it says: "When
the two brothers aro announced as the
battery they always draw a crowd In
St. Louis, where they 010 strong favor
ites with the base ball public. Not since
tho early '80s, when Deacon and Bill
White were the battery far tho Cincin
nati team, have two playeia atti acted so
much attention on tho diamond as tho
O'Neill brothers. Not only aro the two
O'Neills top-notchers In their particular
department of tho game, but they aro
equally proficient as batters. Miko
O'Neill, In particular, is an effective lmts
man, and two and tluee-bJggers aro com
ing to be an almost dally occurrence with
him. Strangely enough, Manager Patsy
Donovan, of the St. Louis club, did not
appreciate the value of his two stars un
til jOst recently, and for several weeks
had the boys on tho anxious sent. It was
only a couplo of weeks ago that ho wns
on tho point of releasing them both, Now
ho is glad ho didn't. Tho season's rec
ords to date show 1,1. O'Neill to bo four
teenth among the pltchcis, with thirteen
gomes won and eight lost, n peicontugo
of ,C0O. Ho is also finite a slugger and
ranks tenth among tho National league
battels, with a percentage of .3J3, Catch
er O'Neill has an average of ,930 nnd is
fourteenth among tho catchers,
Tho value of "Bill" Coughlin as a
steudy, earnest player and tlmoly "pinch"
batter Is known throughout both leagues,
and tho sagacious "Muggsy" McOraw has
been making despeiate efforts of late to
land tho old Y. M. C. A. player for his
New York Giants for noxt season, The
following from the Washington Post
hIiowh tho hold Coughlin has upon tho
public affection at tho Capital: "Man
ager Loftus said yesterday that ho wris
not worrying about tho signing of any
of his men. Bill Coughlin, tho clovor I
third baseman, was the only man ho had
taken tho pains to secuie, and when ho
asked Bill, tho Scranton boy nt once put
his name to a Senatorial legal paper, Bill
Coughlin is the only man on the team
wkho has been persistently sought by
tho National leaguo people, as tho Post
some tlmo ago exclusively announced.
Bill told Loftus of the offers he hud iu
telved and the manager just went tho In
vaders some hotter, and now Bill will
draw tho handsome salaiy of W,000 next
season. Bill la worth every penny of It
to tho local club, He is an Industrious,
hard-woikiug, conscientious player, never
shirking for the sake of his lecoid, and
always willing to tako a chance on a
play, A few moro of the Hctnntou boy'n
calllber would put Tom Loftus on Kaay
Old Scranton favorites aie earning
riches for themselves in tho bane ball hall
of famo this yeur by their great work not
only In tho National and Amerlcun
leagues, but also In the fast Eastern
leaguo and the Western association. Thu
former league is claimed by some to bo
faster this season than the National and
it therefore requires pretty good work
for a man to keep his end up.
Dill Massey, the heavy hitting homo
run hero of tho past, whose terrifla drives
used to electrify the big crowds ot holi
day games is batting second in tho
league. William plays with the crack To
rontos and Is betting at the mild clip of
.313. nnd Is giving our old friend "Jocko"
HaJIUan ao.eajn.c3t tussle for tho leader-
cd William's drives nren't scientific love
tabs, but are of tho solid kind that used
to drive old State league pitchers back
to tho canal boats, IIo la only two points
behind tho formidable Halllgan in extra
base hits, where tho ox-Wllkos-Harrcan
also leads tho lengtic. 11 vo homo tuns,
eleven trlpplcs and twenty two-baggers
nic included hi Mnssey's collection.
Mulligan, tho good looking youngster
who pitched for Waller Buvnlinm's local
Atlantic leagtio team, Is with Buffalo,
and Usually when not In the box can bo
found somewhere In the otttllcld. Ho has
fulfilled tho promise he gave long ago
of developing lino n mighty batsman. Ho
Is hitting at .309 pace, and stands fourth
among tho league sltiRRets. Might homo
runs are among his ex tin baso smashes.
Talking about hard hitting pitchers re
mlnils us Hint Danny Kerwln, Mulll
gnn's running mute, li with Louisville,
wheio ho pitches and plays the out
Meld, llu Ib one of tho heaviest hitters
on tho team. Tott, another member of
Hiiinham'H collection, is catchlnc for
Toronto and not only doing gilt-edged
backstop woik, but batting well also,
JACOBS STOCK COMPANY.
Opens the Season at the Academy on
Among the unusual and particularly
powerful plays to be given by thot Ja
cobs Stock company at the Academy of
Music next week will be found a choice
selection from some of the strongest
plays ever presented to the public.
Their engagement at the Academy
next week means a series of produc
tions at popular prices, which arc said
to be equal to the original productions.
The claim is ot greater weight than ap
pears on the surface when It Is taken
Into consideration that such plays as
"A Break for Liberty," Romance of
Coon Hollow," "Tom Sawyer," "King
ot Detectives," "Our Angel," "Over
Twin Seus," and "In the Days ot King
George" are to be presented. Each of
these plnys will be mounted In an ex
cellent manner and presented entire.
Tho Jacobs Stock company will
open their engagement In this city with
the sensational melo-drama, "A Break
for Liberty," written on tho thrilling
escape of the late Blddle brothers.
Plot to Assassinate.
By Excluslie Wire from The Associated Press.
Vienna, Aug. 22. A newspaper pub
lished in Iluthnront, Roumnnia, alleges it
has learned that AI. Sanifoft, ox-Icador of
the Macedonian revolutionary, committee
has oignnizod a committee, the $bjeet of
which is to effect the assassination of the
sultan of Tut key.
The P. Quads.
Don't forget our excursion next Sun
day to Lake Poyntelle. Tickets, $1.00.
Tiain leaves at 8.30 sharp.
REDUCED RATES TO DENVER,
COLORADO SPRINGS, AND PU
EBLO. Via Pennsylvania Railroad, Account
Meeting of the National Associa
tion of Letter Carriers.
On account of the meeting of the Na
tional Association of Letter Carriers, to
be held at Denver, Col., September 1 to
6, tho Pennsylvania Railroad company
will sell excursion tickets to Denver,
Colorado Springs or Pueblo, Col., fiom
all stations on its lines, at rate of single
fare for the round trip. Tickets will bo
sold and good going on August 29 to 31,
and will be good to return until Sep
tember 30, Inclusive. Tickets must bo
validated for return passage by Joint
Agent at any of the above-mentioned
points, for which service a fee of 25
cents will bo charged.
For specific rates and conditions, ap
ply to ticket agents.
Special work: Character-building nnd
preparation for college and business.
Certificate received by colleges. Co
educational. Ample attention given to
the ornnmejilal branches. Superior
dormitories, science hall, chapel, din
ing room, gymnasium and athletic
field. A finely equipped preparatory
school. $300 a year; term opens Sept.
27. For catalogue, address L. L.
Sprague, D. D., president.
A birthday party was held for Mrs.
It. M. Bcrgoon at the home of her
sister, Mrs. J. A. Bennett, 724 Court
street, In honor of her fifty-first birth
day. Those present were; J. A. Ben
nett and son, Charles Dando, Mr. and
Mrs. George Horton and children, of
Klinira, N. Y.; Mr. nnd Mrs. R. M.
Bergoon, of Sunbury; Mr. and Mrs. W.
Lovelnnd, of Wllkes-Barre; Mr. and
Mrs. Leroy Lovelnnd, of the South Side;
Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Lesh, of Park
Place; Mrs. Alfred Carey, of Wllkes
Barre; Mrs. G. C. Jones, of the South
Ford and Charles Terwilliger, of Park
Place, returned Thursday "rom a flsh
infl trip at Carrol's pond, Poster, P.i
with a five-pound bass nnd a nice lot
of other fish.
Rev. G. C. Lyman, with a party of
fi lends, from the Court street church,
have returned fiom Wyoming camp
meeting, where they have a cottage.
$5.00 Ocean Grove. $5.00.
The New Jersey Central will run a
popular excursion to Ocean Grove,
Long Branch and Ashury Park, Mon
day, Aug. 25th, from all stations Scran
ton to White Haven Inclusive. Tickets
good to return until Sept. 4th, Inclu
sive. Trains leave Scranton at 7.30 a.
m, and 1.00 p, m.; Plttstou at 7.4G a,
in. and 1.16 p. in,; Wllkes-Bane, at 7.50
n. m. und 1,80 p, m. See time tables for
time for Intermediate stations, For
further Information apply to ticket
agents, or to J. S, SWISHER,
Dlst. Passenger Agent, Scranton, Pa.
Dr. Ltndabury, Surgeon, diseases of
women a specialty, 215 Council building,
Hours: 11 a. m. to 4 p. m.; 7 to s.30
PHYSICIAN AND SUHOEON
311 Spruce St. Scranton, Pa
All Acute and Chronlo Diseases of Men,
Women and Chlldien. N13UVOUB,
CHRONIC. DHA1N. FEMALH and
WASTING D1BKABKS A SPKCIALTY.
Consultation and e.amlna.tlon free, Of.
ONLY $ 1 0 FOR A COMPLETE CURE
The Request Is Qranted Hundreds of Seriously Sick Ask for a Lower RateAll Persons AoDlvine Now Will
Be Treated for $10 Until Cured, Hedicines Included. This does Not Nean $10 a Honth, but $10 for a
Complete Cure All Persons Accepted Under Positive Guarantee to Cure or Money Refunded This
Offer Hay Be Withdrawn at Any Time It Is Important to Call at Once The Great Quaker Phvst'
clan's Work for Humanity, One of the Briglicst Epochs in Medical History.
it has always .been tho cardinal pilar!
plo of the Urcnt Quaker Physician's llfo
to do tho greatest nmount of good to tlio
Kleateit number of people, lie has real
ized that during tho past low montlit
many people In Scranton have been suf
fering fmm financial depression owing to
the exiting labor condition. llun
dieds of peoplo have nMfrd to ho treated
at a reduced late. They liavo slated that
their llmmrln! condition was such that It
would bo Impossible for them to pay thu
uidlnaiy fro charged by physicians.
Doctor Byers' ofllces urr crowded to
tliolr utmost capacity. Ills practice In
this city Is the largest ever nccoulod to
any physician In the history of medicine.
Iluudieds of hopelessly sick hiivn been
lestoied to perfect health nnd bis name
Is "household word throughout the state
of Pennsylvania. It would be manifestly
unjust to treat a few at a i educed rate
and chnige otheis a higher price. In or
der to give nil an opportunity to be cured
at ti nomlnnl pi-Ire, he will treat all per
sons applying at his offices on the follow
All persons applying for ttcntment at
OllCe. no lllllttlr wlml 11m tl-nllliln mnv lin
will bo treated for the nominal sum of I0
until cured, medicines Included. This
does not mean JIO.OO a month, but $10.00
for a complete and lntllcnl cine.
He furthermore agrees that If the pa
tient is not completely cured In a specl
lled length of time, to retmn the money
paid without any nnlbbllng or evasion: In
other woicls, It will not cost the patient
one cent unless a cute Is effected.
Doctor Byers wishes to emphasize
the fact that this offer may be with
drawn at any time, nnd in order to
get the benefit of it, it is important
to call at once. His practice is so
large that it will be impossible for
him to continue this offer indefinitely.
If you call now you will receive the
most careful and scientific X-Ray ex
amination known to science, free of
charge, nnd you will be treated until
cured at the nominal sum of $10.00,
medicines Included. If you are not
cured your money will be cheerfully
returned to you. Call at once, as this
offer may be withdrawn at any time.
The different tissues of the body are
made up of minute cells, and when these
cells become disarranged, disease is the
lesult. By supplying the proper ntitii
ment to the cells, perfect health can lie
obtained. All diseases, no matter how
chronic, can be cured by bilnglng the
cells back to their normal condition. The
treatment used by Doctor Hyena Is not
allopathic or homeopathic. U Is u treat
ment based upon an exact science and
cures, with the certainty of a tixed law.
FREE X-RAY EXAMINATION
Dr. Byers never accepts a case unless
ho knows to a certainty the cause of the
tiouble, and this can only be determined
bv a scientific X-Ray examination, J Us
X-Ray outllt is the most elaborate and
complete in this country. By his. special
Fluoroscopic attachment lie is able to
examine nil parts of the body and find
out to an absolute certainty the cause of
the patient's affliction. Come and ho ex
amined; it Is absolutely free, lie will not
ch.ii go you one cent. Come and find out
what your trouble Is and he will advise
ou in reference to a euro. It Is all fine.
He asks no compensation.
Pays 3 interest on
savings accounts whether
large or small.
Open Saturday evenings
from 7.30 to 8.30.
Spencer Trask & Co.
2? & 29 Pine Street, New York
Members New York Stock Exchange.
No 57 llroadway, New York City.
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KIDNEY DISEASE CURED.
Mr. Fred Rentschler, 351 Elm St.:
'Tor a number of yeats 1 had been nllllig
with what tho doctors called kidney tiott
blo. Thete were pains acioss tho 'stunt'
ot my back which would at times extend
mound In front down touaid tho groin.
M.v appetite was poor, 1 grow weak, nerv
ous nnd could not sleep the night
through, 1 treated with doctors here, In
Now Yoik and elsewhere, but they did
not cilia me. It wns In the caily part of
May that I began with Doctor Hyeis'
treatment; I Imptoved light along until
I wns completely cured. I never felt bet
ter In my llfo than I do now."
DOCTOR. BYERb' RECOHD
Doctor Byers was born of Quaker
parentage and received liis enrly edu
cation under the influence of that re
He graduated with honor from the
Jefferson Medical College of Philadel
Matriculate of the Philadelphia Col
lege of Pharmacy.
Full course attendance Pennsyl
vania Hospital for Acute and Sur
- tj $$ i 2 2 2 S 2 !
I PILSNER 1
Old 'Phone, 2331.
New 'Phone, 2935.
412 Spruce Street.
300 Lackawanna Avenue.
HE SUFFERS NO MORE.
Irvln Gearhnrt, 2000 Smith Place,
corner Jnilwln street, a well-known car
penter mid citizen', says; "I don't know
how 1 can expicss In words sufllclcut
pralso for Doctor Byers' treatment. . I
had been troubled a year with pains that
often kept mo from woik. Last August
1 was laid up tlnce weeks and nearly all
of January and tho whole of February.
The pnlns seemed to come through the
small of my back down Into tho left
groin. M times they were so severe 1
could neither Ho or sit down, t was also
troubled greatly with my head. Dr.
Hyeis' tieatment has cuied me ot all
theso distressing conditions."
Pull course attendance Bleckley
Hospital for Skin and Chronic Dis
eases. Late of Eye and Ear Clinic3 Will's
Late of Prof. J. Soils Cohen's Clin
ics Disenses of the Throat.
Late Examining Physician Knights
Templar and Masonic Mutual Aid
Association of Cincinnati, O.
Late Examining Physician Mutual
Reserve Pund Life Association of
: k v. p. n p. v. t v, v. h t i n
Meldrum, Scott & Co.,
126 Wyoming Avenue.
THE FIRST SHIPMENT OF FALL.
WAIST CLOTH 3 EXHIBITED TODAY.
THE "HARD TO GET" DESIGNS, NOT
LIKE ANY BODY ELSE SHOWS. LAST
SEASON THE SELLING WAS PHENOM'
ENAL, AND THIS SEASON'S CLOTHS
GO FAR AHEAD OF ANY WE HAVE
SEEN. COM i IN AND INSPECT THEM.
w Z a
-MJV 1 V
at tho ago of 8G declares that he is too busy making
moaey to celebrate his birthday, ' Ho knows how
ta mako money and now if some good person
would iotroduce hiai to the new wheat flake cereal
lie might round out a full hundred years. Its ready to eat and owing to
tho fact that it is well impregnated with celery and pepsin it builds up
weak stomachs and soothes tired and tremulous nerves, A big I5c pack
age contains moro substantial nourishment than 10 lbs. of Porter
licuse Steak find is digested many times easier. Up-to-dato house
wiles should look for the Union Label and bewaro of products that a
counterfeiting the name, A startling Novelty and a Doll Receipt Book
free for your grocers namo and a 2 cent stamp.
TRYABITA FOOD CO., Ltd., Dattie Creek, Mich.
Successors to Machine Business ot
Dickson Manufacturing Co., Scranton
and W!kes-Barre, Pa,
Stationary Engines, Boilers, Mining
FIERY SKIN DISEASE. ,
Sirs. Samuel Broltenshlre, Jermyn
Pa.; "Kor over ten years t suffered thn
most ngonlzlng pain from eczema. ,110111
legs weie entirely raw from the knees
down to tho fert. They Itched and burnt
so 1 hud to sit nnd fan my legs to keep
them cool. Hml to lay nt night with my
legs on n pillow. Unci spasms as the re
sult of tho iialtf, coming on every twonty
minutes. My fi lends expected mo to
die In every spasm.. Alt doctors gave me
Up! said It was Impossible to euro me br
even for me to live. Rending about Doc
tor livers my husband decided to try him
a h a Inst lesott. Ills treatment acted
like magic, the pnlns and Itching hnvo
entirely ceased, 1 sleep nil night, hnvo
no moio spasms, am able to do my housp
woik, and the legs urn almost healed up.
I, '"el that Doctor Uyers has saved my
DISEASE OF BOWELS. I
Mrs. Barbara Dickson, Parker
stiect, Providence; "I hud chronic dlar
Ihoea for fourteen years, which caused
violent benilng down and drugging pains
In my nbdoinrn and loins. Mv bowels,
weie often moved as high as seven times
In one day. The straining finally brought
about Severn urotriidhn; nlles. Thea
caused me much misery, when 1 we6t
to Doctor Bveis' ofllcn I was so weak
ftotn my snffeiing that I could hardly
drag myself along. Tho first treatment
he gave mi drove all the pains out of my
hips and legs. Jy bowels now movo
rogulatly once a day, and the piles liavo
reused troubling me. Clod bless the good
Quaker doctor for what ho has dono foi
HER GREAT SUFFERING, ,
Mrs." M. Queeenie, Avoca, Pa.: ' "1
hud hern troubled with pain In the small
of my back for lii yrais; was confined a
my tye(l for two months this winter, tha
pain at times being so severe It made mo
scream. 1 hud such a queer feeling In
my head and would tako such dizzy spoils
I was ufiaid to go nny place wlthoMt
taking some one with mo. My stomnch
also troubled me so I could not cat any
thing without great" distress. Doctor By-
ers tieatment lias relieved me or a'U
I these distressing symptoms nnd I wnnt
i to recommend this Rood Quaker doctor,
, who Is so kind nnd sympathetic with all
' his skill." '
I CURING EAR DISEASES. '
i Wm, Sutton, molder, residing at
Bnnksvllle. Pa., s.iy.s: "I had been
tioubled 1.1 years with a dlsehargo from
my left ear. with loss of hearing, pain
and dlstiesslng noises. Jly ear was mora
like a machine shop than nnythlng olsp,
ns It kept up a continual roaring. Dr.
Byers li.is stopped tho discharge. ie
stnred the healing and lid mo of the dis
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