The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, November 25, 1902, Page 3, Image 3

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A HAllstead Pastor Will Resign
Potatoes Aro Being Shipped Into
Susquehanna County Miss Whit
ney's Narow Escape The Man
Who Jumped the Freight Train
Personal and Other Topics of In
terest. Special to fho Scranton Tilbune.
Susquehanna, Nov. 28. "Formerly 1
was a hardened skeptic In matters f
psychic phenomena," said a prominent
Husquohanmi county lawyer the other
day, "but I was converted by an exper
ience that has made mc an ardent be
liever In thlnga supernatural. One
night last winter I was on tny way to
Towanda on horseback. While passing
along a stretch o woods, I suddenly
Haw, Just ahead of me, the figure of a
man. He seemed to bo surrounded by a
fierce fall of snow, which was appar
ently hurled against him by a terrific
Kale of wind. As the man struggled
along feebly against the storm my
horse, stopped Middcnly, and pitched up
Its ears, and pawed the Kiound Impa
tiently. All aiottnd except In the smull
space surrounding the figure of the
man, was clear and calm. T rubbed
my eyes and made up my mind that
the man was bomu drunken fellow on
his way home from the village, and
that the storm was an optical Illusion.
r called out to him and no answer
came back. I shouted again, and ngnln,
louder each time, but the struggling
llguro gave no response.
"At last the man fell as If exhausted,
and the fierce gale whirled the snow
around him. Knowing that If the fallen
man was drunk he would freeze to
death If I left him lying there. I Jumped
from my horse and run to help him
up, Intending to take hint to the nearest
place of shelter. As I reached the pros
trate figure I saw the face was turned
upward. I started back and almost
fell fainting in the snow. The face was
revealed in the darkness as clearly as
if It had been broad daylight, and it
was that of my brother, who lived In
Dakota. AVhen I recovered from the
shock and turned again to the body, it
was gone. There was not even an lin
piesslon in the snow wheie it had lain.
Bewildered and much unstrung, I final
ly mounted my horse and rode on.
"I gradually recovered my compos
uie, and at last convinced myself that
1 had been the victim of a strange and
unaccountable lialluclnation, but a
strange foreboding of evil haunted me.
A few days later I leceived a letter
from the town In Dakota where my
brother was, which informed me that
he had been caught In a blizzard while
on his way to his cabin and was frozen
to death.
"The letter gave the date and time
of his death. It had occurred at the
very hour and night that the appar
ition of the man struggling against the
storm appeared to me on the Towanda
load and I recognized my bi other's
face as he lay dead In the snow."
In Susquehanna Courts.
Rev. S. S. Jones, pastor of the Hall
stead Methodist church, has resigned
on account of ill health.
The Third District convention, of the
Susquehanna County Sunday School
M'jsociatlon, was held on Fiiday even
ing and Saturday in the I.anesboro
Methodist church.
Late advices from Jamalcla are to
the effect that the health of W. D. D.
Ames, late of Montrose, Is much Im
proved. They are still Jabbing- the earth
for oil at Steam Hollow.
Hallstead is growing once moie.
The Montrose and Tunkhaunock road
is being widened.
Thousands of bushels of potatoes are
being shipped Into Susquehanna coun
ty from Chenango county, New York,
In a Paragraph.
After an illness of three weeks,, Mrs.
Patrick Griffin, an old and respected
resident, died at ner home on Kuclld
avenue, on Friday night. Several adult
children survive her. The funeral will
take place from St. John's Catholic
church, on Monday morning, when re
quiem high mass will be celebrated, and
the remains will he Interred in Lauiel
Hill cemetery.
The prominent Erie railroad yards
are congested with freight and coal
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and suffering than any other disease, therefore, when through
neglect or other cause kidney trouble is preinltted to continue,
fatal rciults arc sure to follow.
Your other organs may need attention but your kidneys most,
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A trial will convince anyone.
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diseases, poor digestion, when obliged
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skin eiuptions fiom bad blood, neural
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you read this generous offer In the daily Tilbune.
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14 West 117th St., New Yoik City
Dear Sil : Oct. ."ah, 1901.
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Kidney tiouble. All symptoms weie on
hand; my foimer stienKth und power
hud left me; I i-oulU haidly diag my
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was giving out, and often I wished to
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You may have a sample bottle of this
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sent free by mall, postpaid, by which
you may test Its virtues for such dis-
Woik Is rushing at the Susquehanna
shops. Over fotty locomotives nie
awaiting repalis.
There fire ten candidates for the pas
torate of the Susquehanna Presbyterian
chmch. The former pastor. Rev. 12d
ward Ellsworth Riley, left on Friday,
to assume the pastorate of Grace Me
at Johnstown, near
mortal chinch,
Just Between Us.
"A good man gone wrong," is usually
a bad man found out.
You don't need to put salt on the tall
of a big cow.
It is far better to buy a Good Garment on Easy Payments at a fair price than a Poor Garment for Gash.
Thursday Is Thanksgiving!
Buy New Winter
Clothing Tomorrow
If you want new Clothing for Thanksgiving wear
you must buy it tomorrow.
Suppost you come and 'see our splendid stock.
We'll show you styles none can surpass, qualities
unbeatableprices no store can cut under and terms
easier than any other.
Clothing, Hats, Shoes
Men, Women, Boys and Girls
How can we sell on Credit at cash store prices?
Simply because we are the Largest Credit Clothiers
in the world, operating a Factory and 34 Stores.
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First Floor.
Store Open Wednesday Until 10 P, M.
A lato writer remarks that "our
happiness depends on little things.'
This Is ttue. A man who comes Into
possession of n plugged quarter can
never know true happiness until he
succeeds In passing It off on some oile
else. .
It 1b ciuel tu "fire" a man In this
It Is well to trust In Providence. Uut
there'B Plernout.
Where there's a "Joint discussion"
theie's usually a bone to pick.
Little News Mentions.
Brooke's Chicago orchestra gives a
"sacred" concert In Susquehanna this
The second charity entertainment
was hold In llogun Opera House on
Saturday evmlnir.
Hev. Dr. "Wilbur K,Stowe, of Sait
gertles, N, Y has accepted the pas
torate of tho Oakland Congregational
church, and began his tlutlcH today,
Misses Lena and Mnbelle Whitney, of
North Jackson, nurrowly escaped death
on Saturday morning. While driving
across the Delawaie and Hudson
crossing at Lisbon, just south of tho
station, tho vehicle was struck by the
north-bound express, und they were
hurled from tho track. Both young
ladles escaped Injury. The wagon was
wrecked, and the horse was unharmed.
The train was running at a high rate
of speed at the time. It was a miracu
lous escape.
A Sabbath School Tour.
A tour of the western part of the
counts In the Interest of the Pennsyl
vania State Sabbatli School associa
tion, under tho management of County
President E, 10. Jones, of Harford, will
be made beginning with Monday, De
cember S.
A convention will be held each day
up to and Including Friday, December
12, at the following pluees: Upsonvllle,
Forest Lake, Rush, Auburn nnd Spiing
vllle. The following Is the personnel of the
tour party and the subjects which each
will present at the several conventions:
13. K. Jones, Harford, "Norma i
Woik;" Rev. Henry J. Crane, Union
dale, "The Business End of the Sab
bath School;" C. F. Whitney, North
Jackson, "The Heart Lake Summer
Normal;" Miss Eva Sophia. Susque
hanna, "Prlmniy Woik;" Miss fler
trude Ressegule, Susquehanna, "Home
Department Work;" Prof. J. A. Sophia,
Susquehanna, "Sabbath School Music."
Wholly Unpremeditated.
A farmer went Into a Susquehanna
store, the other day, and asked the pio
prietor to show him an overcoat. "Cer
tainly; ve are Just putting down de
biices on vlnter shtoek."
Suddenly there was a terrific ham
mering and a general hubbub In the
i ear room. "For heaven's sake, what's
that?" asked the customer. "Oh, don't
get vrlghtened. Dot's only my miii
Isaac knocking down de biices on fall
A man In Great Bend made a bet that
he could jump on a freight train l mi
ning eighteen miles an hour. Ho lost
the bet, but he had an elegant funeral.
The game of life is played with a
It Is haul for u man, who has been
a toper all of his life, to find u watery
An ounce of good cheer Is worth
more than a ton of melancholy.
Matters In Brief.
John Alison, the Swedish machinist.
of the Oakland side, who leceutly at
tempted suicide for the third time, was
on Friday taken to the Danville asylum
for the thiid time.
Hairy, son of Jiiie Engineer Michael
Kane, was on Friday successfully op-
No home tuble so humble Hint if, Hhould not groan
like a imliu't! table with tho flood things ol' thlrt life.
Among tho blessings of the ago for which wo jrtvo
tliunhs, tti'o the ways of lightening the labors of modern
housewives. It Is no longer to Ite said that womun's
work Is novcr done.
Take NONE SUCH MINCE MEAT for examplo
it's the kitchen thnukofl'erlng to the progress of Time.
It makes plum pudding a tiling indispensable to
holiday-making nt home possible at low cost und
without trouble.
Mince Meat
This crown of every fcust comes rendy-mado to
tho cook's hand moistened, formed and steamed
it's a child's tusk to prepare It.
Mince pie goes with Thanksgiving, too tho cus
tom is as old as tho hills, and NONE SUCH makes
mince pie "like mother used to make." So tho
people say who last year bought 1 2,000,000 pack
ages of it. (Ten cents a package;) sweet, juicy,
fruity and wholesome abovo all clean made to
"keep" winter .and summer. A larder without
NONE SUCH is an empty place.
All grocers sell it. Mcrrell-Soulo Co., Syracuse,
N. Y., make it.
Valuable premium list of " 1S',7 Rogers Bros." silieruare enclosed.
crated upon for appendicitis. His xe
coeiy is ptob.ihle.
Special to the Si'i.mlon Tilbune.
Nicholson, Nov. :!!. Mi-s Bessie
Stephens spent the Sabbath with Scran
ton frieiuK
The- famous Oriental Troubadour
Comedy company, which appealed at
the opei.i house Friday and Saturday
nights, was a clean and up-to-date
show. The gentlemen's quai lette Sat
urday evening was one of the best
ever heard In this place and the faac
reil conceit which they gave Sunday
night was especially line.
Fred Ciutk U visiting his sister, MrSi
H. IC. Wilklns, of Jeisey Cltv
Mr. and Mis. K. D. Bell entertained
friends from Blnghamton last week.
Shoes That Will
Make You Thankful.
. Thanksgiving season suggests visiting
and receiving.
There are few of us who do not either
act the part of host or guest on our na
tional Thanksgiving Day.
At such occasions of receiving and
being received, we strive to appear at
our best. If our wardrobe does not con
tain suitings and costumes to our liking,
we see to it that the right sort are pur
chased by the time they are needed.
"We feel sure that there are hundreds
who should include a new pair of shoes
among their Thanksgiving purchases.
You may be one of these hundreds. If
so, we want you to read the rest of this;
"ad" carefully.
Shoe j Jpj
You may pay more money, but
you cannot get better value for your
Perfectly shaped, skillfully manu
factured. The best dresser cannot wear more
stylish shoes.
The soles are cut from real live
oak leather, which has been thoroughly
tanned by experienced men.
All our uppers are put through a
thorough process of stretch-extraction,
which prevents them from stretching
out of shape.
Special care on these essential points
in shoe manufacture costs more than
the average retailer is willing to pay for,
but it is what you receive in every pair
of our
$3.00 JL
Shoe gW
MM 'iviM
for 1 ML
Men. S -
You may pay
more, but you cannot
get better value for your
Lewis, Ruddy, Davies & Murphy
Next Door to the New First National Bank Building.