The Scranton Truth from Scranton, Pennsylvania on May 10, 1905 · Page 12
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Wednesday, May 10, 1905
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( 12 1 9 n 5. is fact that Doctor PettfereWt cure re stamped by an individuality that it is Impossible to imitate. Harvard University of Boston. Mass, What Diseases Dr. Treats. Pettigrew's and also the lqng Island College Hos pital of Brooklyn, N. T. He spent one year at the Northwestern University Dr. Pettigrew treats all diseases no matter what disease a patient may have If he can come to Dr. Pettigrew's office. Dr. Pettigrew has the treatment to cure him. Diseases of the lungs, bronchial tubes, throat and nose, stomach, kidney, bladder, liver, heart and intestinal dis - . 1 . Medical School of Chicaro, 111... and finished one year s study in the Post Graduate School of Harvard. He has been connected with various hospitals and has attended clinics In the largest hospitals in this country. - A physician who can present c. - eden tials of this character soon wins the of his patients. His ideals are too strong in the love of his profes I I' - it; " - f ifrD - ' tfQ prf rtiHJ !rl 7l - v "tl I K. B. PETTIGREW. M. D. DR PETTIGREW has been a successful . physician for many years, successful In the treatment of the various chronic diseases. 'His cures have astounded the very per - sons he has cured, because of the rapidity and certainty with which the cures have been effected. Hopeless cases, treated without benefit by other physicians, have come to Doctor Pettigrew at a last resort, and he has cured them after repeated failures by other physicians. It is a fact that can not be disputed. Doctor Pettigrew Is a specialist without a superior, with very few equals. Many attempt to imitate but it ; VltCiLrt.i ikt i Hi i i iirwia MAKING AN NEWS OF DIED AT HOSPITAL. Harry Collier, one of the young men burned by an explosion of g;is in the Twin shaft on Monday night, died at the Pittston hospital J;ist evening at 6.30 o'clock. Air. Collier was well known throughout the city, and his dtith is mourned by a large circle of friends. He is survived by his wife and twx children, also by his mother and four brothers, William, Bert, Joseph and Vincent. WILL EE CONSECRATED. Tomorrow, Thursday, the new St. James church on Charles street will be consecrated. The services will begin a 10:30 a. m. Rt. Rev. Ethelberf Talbott, D. D., will be the consecrator. Rev. Henry L. Jon S. T. IX, of St. Stephen's church. WiUces - Rarre, will preach the sermon, and Rev. George D. Foley, D. D., of Christ church, Wil - liamsport, will conduct the morning prayer. It is expected that many visiting clergymen will be present. LITTLE NEWS NOTES. ' Miss Ruth Lilly is lying dangerously 111 at the home of her brother, Frank Lilly, of Landon street. William Cromelbine, employed at the Forest Cattle brewery, had his right arm seriously cut yesterday by a chisel. The injury was dressed by Dr. Underwood. Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Hart, of Sebastopol, a son. The Memorial minstrels will give their performance this evening in Memorial hall. Dr. J. Miles Gibbons, of New York - city, spent yesterday in this city, the - guets of his aunt, Mrs. Peter McElhrn - liey, of Broad street. Thomas P. O'Brien is undergoing eye treatment at Philadelphia. Harry Duggan. of Philadelphia, who has been visiting the McNuity family on South Main Btreet. returned to hi.1? home yesterday. Charles P. Crosby has been transferred from the Pittston branch of the Nelson Morris company to the Scranton house, where ho will act aa salesman. WEST PITTSTON NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. Willard F. Saxe and Miss Munzenheimer have returned from Atlantic City. Miss Mary E. Bennett, of Spring street, has returned home after a visif with friends in Bingharnton, N. Y., and Windham. Pa. Miss Mary Hileman, of Philadelphia - IB. H. Riskim, 528 Lackawanna Avenue. GEISLER HIGH - FREQUENCY TREATMENT. Dr. Pettigrew 's Professional Record. Dr. Pettigrew received the degree of M. D. from the Medical Department of X - RAY EXAMINATION. PITTSTON. avenue, who has been ill, is convalescing. Miss Mary Gravel! has resumed her duties in Stroh's drug store after being confined to her home by illness for a week. On Thursday, May IS, an ice cream' festival in the Sunday school room of Trinity church will be seld. The refreshments will lie served by the Boys' Fortnightly Club, an organization of the church. The Florence Crittenden Mission Circle mets this afternoon at the home of Jeremiah Griffiths, of Susquehanna avenue. 0LYPHANT. The school board met in regular session last evening, the following members being absent: William Tinsley, David Morgans, and George Khylock. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. A number of bill:? were read and ordered paid. The members of the G. A. Ji. were given permission to make a collection among the school children to defray the .Memorial day exjieiist s. A motion was made for the hoard to visit the Fourth ward school on Friday evening, to inspect the lawn. The date of the lawn social was changed from May 23 to May 20. Rev. P. J. Murphy is the guest of Dr. Lucas, at Blnsshurg. Edward Tinsley, William Tinsley and son, William, returned from Berwick last evening, where they attended a funeral. ' Mr. and Mrs. Remark, of Forest City, an' the guests of friends in town. Misses Sar.ih Corcoran, Mary Heffer - on, Annie and Alie Keiiy, and Me. - . - rs. Thomas and P. J. Kelly, James (.'oilier and Anthony Corcoran, spent last evening in Scranton.' Mrs. Hill, of 1'pper Dumnore strc t, is Seriously ill. Dr. Edward McGinty, of Wilkes - ISarrc, was a caller in town last evening. Booth's "Delicious" Chocolates are exquisitely flavored with the real juices of fresh, ripe fruits: no oils or extracts used. They are always fresh and wholesome, owing to the extreme care and highest grade matetials used in making them. You cannot tind their equal anywhere. Don't try. Ask your dealer for them. People's Supply Co. Cash or Credit Now in our new store hikI ready fur business with a full line of Men's, Women's and Children's Clothes. Our Makes Are Guaranteed. We Fit Perfect and sell you on Easy Terms. Give us a call and be Convinced. ACTINIC LIGHT TREATMENT. sion to be guided by the sordid desire tp make money at the sacrifice of his professional dignity. He is a specialist r training and experience, and yet his charges are less than the charges of the average family physician. Dr. Pettigrew 's Diagnosis by the X - Ray. There are probably but few physicians with the natural skill possessed by Dr. Pettigrew in the diagnosis of disease. He has a natural insight that is a gift of his peculiar nature. And Doctor Tettigrew Is besides an expert in the use of the X - Ray. He has the most powerful X - Ray that it is possible to make, and having made over 10,000 examinations with the X - Ray his experience has made him a master hand. He is a specialist and expert in the use of the X - Ray. The only positive means of accurately finding the exact condition of the human body and the real cause of sickness and disease. When other doctors guess at your trouble. Dr. Pettigrew has the advantage of a perfect examination with the X - Ray to find out your true condition. With him it is not guess work he plainly sees your internal organs and finds out your disease. It 13 not necessary to remove any of the clothing the examinations are quickly, safely and thoroughly made and the result is positive. ARCHBALD. The taxpayers' meeting, which was held in the Central school building last evening, was only fairly well attended. President Barrett opened the meeting with a neat address, explaining the condition of the building and the position in which the board is and he stated that it was left to the citizens and taxpayers of the. town whether they would build a school house or spend eight or ten thousand dollars repairing the present one. Secretary Cumrnings then read the reports of F. L. Brown, building inspector of Scranton, W. I Lawrence, of the Delaware and Hudson, and John R. Bryden, of the Ontario and Western companies. After a number of the citizens had expressed their views on the matter, John Carroll made a motion that the board be instructed to build a first - class school building made of brick, and have all the modern improvements suitable for the purpose. The motion was seconded by Charles McDonnell, and it was carried by a unanimous vote. The next question was whether the board would be in power to contract such a debt without the consent of ail the taxpayers. The attorney for the. board, C. A. Battenberg, was present and slated that the board could not under the constitution, contract a debt to exceed two per cent, of the assessed valuation of the district which would be in the neighborhood of 113.000. without first holding a special election of the citizens and taxpayers. He also stated that the election could not he held without first giving thirty days' notice. The board was instructed to call the election and in the meantime to draw the plans and specifications for a new school building. T. E. Nealon, the Ontario and Western station agent, is attending: the annual conventio of the Order of Railroad Telegraphers, being held at Buffalo, N. Y this week. A baby boy has come to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mc Andrew, of South Main street. A number of people from this place attended the funeral of the late John Daley, of Scranton, on Monday. The Harmonies, the fastest organization of base ball players in Scranton, w ill be the opponents of tiro local team on the South Laurel street grounds Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. E. T. I'hilbin was called home Monday from Georgetown t'niversity on account of the serious illness of his mother. MOOSIC LAKE Commencing Thursday, May 11th, until further notice, trains will run to and from MOOSIC LAKE as follows: Trains leave Dunmore 6:15, 10:15 a. m P - m daily except Sunday. Trains leave Moosic Lake 7:15 a. m 2:15, 5:15 p. in., daily except Sunday. SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Dunmore 8:15, 9:15, 10:15, 11:15 a. m., and every thirty minutes thereafter up to 4:15 p. in. Leave Moosic Lake 9:15. 10:15. 10:50, 11:40 a. m., and every thirty minutes thereafter up to 7:10 p. m. n.i. Tipfi,b. otruot na ra tn the TilUl - more depot. Base ball on Sunday, May 1ilh at tne lane, scranton vs. wn - . Admission and seats free. 10t4 Coughs and colds, down to the very borderland of consumption, yield to the soothing, healing influences of Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. . . Before sailing for Europe last Tuesday, Congressman W. R. Hearst, of New York, purchased the Cosmopolitan Magazine from John Brisben Walker, editor and until recently controlling proprietor. f ,V7 RECEPTION ROOM. When other doctors guess at your trouble. Dr. Pettigrew knows positive ly. Where other doctors fail, 'Dr. Pettigrew succeeds. Dr. Pettigrew 'g Treatment. Dr. Pettlgrew's methods of treatment are up - to - date, they are progressive and different from the old - fashioned t I'' f " i Jf 'V TREATMENT ROOM. methods of the unsuccessful doctors. Dr. Pettigrew knows what your trouble is after he has examined you by the X - Ray, he can then tell you positively what he can do for you and you can rtly on what he says. Dr. Pettigrew's offices are handsomely furnished, they are also elaborately equipped with the modern and original RAILROAD TIME TABLES. CENTRAL ItALLKOAD OP NEW JEUSEY Heading System. In effect Nov. 27, 1901. Stations in New York: Foot Liberty street and South Ferry. Trains leave Scranton for New York, Philadelphia, Easton, Bethlehem, Ailentown, Mauch Chunk, White Haven, Ashley, WilKes - Earre and Pittston at 7:30 a. m.; 1 and 4 p. m. Sundays at 8:00 a. m. and 2:10 p. m. Quaker City Express leaves Scranton at 7:30 a. m. with through solid vestibule train and Pullman Buffet Car for Philadelphia, with only one change of cars for Baltimore, Washington, D. C. and all points South and West. - For Avoca, Pittston and Wllkes - Barre at 1 p. m. and 4 p. m. Sundays at 8:00 p. in. and 2:10 p. m. For Long Branch, Ocean Grove and Asbury Park at 7:3d a. m. and 1 p. tn. Sundays, 8 a. m., 2:10 p. m. For Reading, Lebanon and Harria - burg, via Ailentown, at 7:30 a. m., 1 p. m. and 4 p. m. Sundays at 8:00 a. ra, and 2:10 p. m. For Tamauqua and Pottsvllle at 7:30 a. m. and 1 p. m. and 4 p. m. Sundays at 8:00 a. m. For rated and tickets apply to agent at stations. W. G. BESLER, Vice - President and Gen. gr. C. M. BURT, General Passenger Agent. DELAWARE. LACKAWANNA AND WESTERN. In Effect June 1, 1904. Trains leave Scranton for New York: At 2:15, 8:20, 6:05, 8:00 and 10:10 a. m.; 12:40, 3:40 and 3:35 p. m. For New YorU and Philadelphia, 8:00 a. m.. 10:10 a. m. and 12:40 and 3:35 p. m. Fur Goulds - boro at 6:10 p. m. For Buffalo, 1:15, 6:25 p. m. and 9:00 a. jn.; 1:55, 6:40 and 11:10 p. m. For Bingharnton, Elmira and way statious, 10:45 a. m 1:03 p. rn. Fof Oswego. Syracuse and Utlca, 1:15, 6:25 a. m.; 1:55 p. m.; Oswego, Syracuse and Utiea triin at 6:25 a. m., dally except Sunday. For Montrose, 9:0b a. m., 1:0 E. ROBINSON Sons' LAGER BEER BREWERY Manufacturer! of Old Stock No, 435 to cl65 N. Seventh St., SCRANTON, PA. OI 'Phot. lU - L N Tkaa. ill PILSNE ,4 - methods of treatment Some of these methods are illustrated, others are too complicated to be pictured in a photograph. The sufferer who has given up hope, who has sought In vain for the cure of their disease, no matter what that disease may be, no matter how long they have had it, and no matter how many other doctors have given them up. Do not forget that it may be within the power of Dr. Pettigrew to cure you. At least do not give up hope until after Dr. Pettigrew has examined you and stated positively that he can not cure you. Because if Dr. Pettigrew can not cure you, he will say so. He will not give you false hopes, but will tell you positively the truth and will cure you If he says he will do so. and 6:35 p. m. Nicholson accommodation, 4:0V and 6:15 p. m. berland at 6:35 and 10:10 a. m., 1:55 and 6:40 p. m. For Plymouth. 9:06 p. m. Bioomsburg Division For Northum Sunday Trains For New York, 1:50. 3:20. 6:05, 10:10 a. m.; 3:40 and 3:35 p. m. For Buffalo, 1:15 and 6:25 a. m.: 1:55. 6:40 and 11:10 p. m. For Bingharnton and wav stations, 9:00 and 10:35 a. m. Bloomsburg Division Leave Scranton at 10:10 a, m. and 6:40 p. m. ERIE RAILROAD WYOMEVO DI. VISION. In Effect September 19, 1904. Trains leave Scranton for New York. Newburgh and intermediate stations) at 7:20 a. m. and 1:40 p. m. Return trains arrive at Scrantta at 10:41 a. m. and 9:15 p. m. Train leaving Scranton at 1:40 p. m. runs through to Honesdale on Saturday. No Sunday trains. LACKAWANNA AND WYOMING VALLE1' JIAXLUOAD CO. Laurel Line.) In Effect June 20, 1904. Train leave Scranton at 1:00, 2:00, 3:00, 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00 a. m. daily. At 6:20 a. m., week - days and every twenty minutes thereafter and at 7:00 a. m. Sundays and every twenty minutes thereafter, until and including 12:0u week - days from 3:20 p. m. and 6:40 p. m. Express trains leave Scranton daily xecept Sunday, at 6:36, 8.16 and 10:36 night, arriving at Wllkes - Barre forty - one minutes later. Ten minute schedules are operated a. m.; and 2:16 and 4:36 p. m.. arriving at Wilkes - Barre thirty three minutes later. Frequent service between Scranton, Nay Aug Park and Petersburg. See folder for trains carrying baggage. B. F. WYLY, JR.. Traffic Manager, Scranton. Pa. WII.KES - BARRE AND HAZLETON RAILWAY COMPANY. Shortest, cheapest and most direct route between Wilkes - Barre and Hazle - , ton. In Effect November 27, 1301. Trains leave Public Square daily. Local, 7:00, 8:40, 11:40 a. m.; 1:40, 3:40, C:40, 8:40 p. m. Express, 9:40 a. m.; 1J:40, 2:40, 4:40 p. m. A. F. 1IARGER, S upt. of Trans. l.KHKiil VALLEY RAILROAD. In Effect December 4th, li04. Trains leave for WUkes - Barre: For Ailentown, Reading, Bethlehem, Philadelphia, Easton and New York, 1:03 (except Philadelphia). 4:08, 8:30 and 11:45 a. m.; 3:12 and 6:27 p. m. D. & H. connection leaves Scranton 11:49 p. m., 7:42 and 9:55 a. m.; 2:25 and 4:25 p. m. Sundays 9:38 a, m., 1:58 and 3:28 p. m. For White Haven and principal points in coal regions 8:30 and 11:15 a. m, 8:12 and 6:27 p. m. Sundays 3:12 p. m. D. & H. connection leaves Scranton 7.42 and 9:65 a. m.; 2:25 and 4:25 p. m. Sundays 1:58 p. m. For Tunkhannock, Towanda, Elmira and local points, daily except Sunday 7:45 a. m. and 4:40 p. m. . D. & H. connection leaves Scranton 6:27 a. m. and 3:28 p. m. For Ithaca, Geneva, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls and the West 1:20. 7:45 a. m.; 1:07, 3:23 and 11:33 p. m. Sundays, 1.20 a. m.f 1:07, 8:23 and 11:33 p. in. D. A H. connection leaves Scranton 11:49 p. m., 6:27 a. m 12:00, 2:35 and 10:40 p. m. Sundays 12:00. 1:58 and 10:40 p. m. Pullman parlor and sleeping cars on - 3 V fr. TREATMENT OF THE NERVE CENTRES OF DISEASE. eases. Deafness, catarrh. asthma, rheumatism, paralysis, nervous diseases, and diseases of men and women. Dr. Pettigrew 's Charges. Dr. Pettigrew will always be pleased to talk with anyone regarding their condition free of charge. The charges for treatment are perfectly reasonable. Everyone can afford to pay the charges, as Dr. Pettigrew charges but a fair price, which enables CONSULT ATIO all trains between Wllkes - Barre, Philadelphia and New York. Buffalo and Suspension Bridge. For tickets and Pullman reservations, apply to city ticket office, 69 Public Square, Wliaes - Barre. Pa. DELAWARE AND nUDSON. Time Table In Effect June 13. 1904. Trains leave Scranton as follows: For Carbondale 6:41 7:50, 9:05. 10:12. 11:17 a. m.; 12:05. 1:10. 2:00, 3:12, 4:13, 6:30, 6:25, 7:20. 8:33, 10:00, 11:20 p. m.; 12:33 a. m. For Honesdale 6:44. 10:12 a. m.; 3:12. 6:30 p. m. For Wllkes - Barre:27. 7:10. 7:42. 8:45. 9:55. 10:50 a. m.; 12:00 m.: 1:40. 2:25. 3:28. 4:25, 6:13, 6:15, 7:50, 9:19, 10:40, 11:49 p. m. For Albany and points north, 9:05 a. m. ; 4:12 p. m. SUNDAY TRAINS. For Carboadale 8:50. 10:20 a. m., 12:10, 2:00, 4:12, 5:50. 8:20. 11:15 p. m. For Wllkes - Barre 9:33. 10:50 a. m.; 12:00 m.; 1:58, 3:28, 6:32, 9:17. 10:40 p. m. For Albany and points north 4:12 p. m. N. O. & W. itY. COMPANY. In Effect November 27th. 1904. Trains leave Scranton for Carbondala and intermediate points at 10:30 a. m. and 6:10 p. m. For Poyntelle, Hancock, Liberty, Kingston, Port Jervis, Cornwall, New York City, Norwicn. Walton, Delhi, Sidney, Oneida. Ultca, Rome, Oswego. and all other points North and South on main line, at 10:30 a. m. Returning, trains arrive Scranton at 7:25 a. m. and 4:40 p. m. Train arriving Scranton 7:25 a, m. makes close connections with - New Jersey Central fast train for Philadelphia, Atlantic City, Baltimore, Washington, Pennsylvania State, and Southern points. SUNDAY TRAIN For Carbondaie and Intermediate stations, 8:30 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. For Forest City, Poyntelle. Winwood, Preston Park, Hancock and Cadopla, connecting with main line trains north and south, at 8:30 a. m. Returning, trains arrive Scranton 7:25 a. m. and 6:45 d. in. Passenger rates, two cent" per mile. J. C. ANDERSON, Traffic Manager, New York. J. E. WELSH, T. P. A., Scranton. Scratch, scratch, scratch; unable to attend to business during the day or sleep during the night. Itching piles, horrible plague. Doan's ointment cures. Never fails. At any drug store, 50 cents. THERE ARE MOUTHS IN THE. gj frc fi - t fcTr .' :r') SJt&P' - Millions of KUTRI0U SKIN FOOD Took our Chemists 10 years, cost us a, KH,. to ru - tt it otowk new skin fast off goes the old one. lne new sunt in as veKft - clovvswuh health - tits llkeaglove. Try It ou any sh : n from ft. il baby', to gmn.Tma'. It heals any soe - cur. nny ... ""T"" used with NUT1UOLA. Ye itching, scraichiug. ;rl"dL;"FflV?S daughters of Adam, try It nt our risk. If you won t do this, nuller yol &cl!t All drugtrists In. money ur?f THK M TKIOLA CO.. 14 - 4 - 148 W. 31auiou faU, Chicago, 111. , SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY MATTHEWS BROS., SCRANTON. PA. TREATMENT WIXH THE DISSOLVENT RADIUM LIGHT. him to give good treatment and ths purest vegetable drugs. In every instance patients will he satisfied that they are receiving more value for their money than is possible from physicians with lf - ss experience, in the successful treatment of chronic diseases. Do not consider that you have donu everything that you should do, unui you have consulted Dr. Pettigrew. R. R. PETTIGREW, SI. D. CONNELL BUILDING. Washington Ave., near Spruce St. Rooms 623, 625, 627, Sixth floor. Tak elevator. Hours, 9 to 12, mornings; 2 to 4. after noons: 7 to 8 evenings. Wednesday an ii .Saturday evenings, open till 9 o'clock.. No office hours on Sunday. I N ROOM. 1 THROUGH TRAIN SEHV2CE TO AND ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS WEST VIA Unmi Pagifig SHORTEST ROUTE FASTEST TIM3 - T SMOOTHEST TRACK Electric Lighted Trains Daily INQUIRE AT R. TENBROECK, G. E. ACT., 2S7 Broadway, New York. This Will Certainly Interest Societies ami Sunday Schools. Commislson will be allowed on all amusements and boaid at Lake Carey this year. Lake Carey Is the i;t - w picnic grounds of the Lehigh Valley Uaiiroad. Everything new, fresh, and inviting, ami just the spot to Se.eet for your picnic. Nothing has been left tii..!eiK - to make this resort the ideal p.tu.c in Is of Eat - eru Penrisylv.uii i. and :his having been accomplisneu, we ait i.o.y leauy book picnics for this season. Ooen dates an I full information to to be had at I). k H. division passenger innt'u oflu . or cl:v ras seiiger agent. L. V. R. R., 63 Public Square, Wilkes lkes - 24tf Barre. Pi! Very l ow Kales to the West via. D. & ll. - l.e!iili Valley Route. Tlekets on sale every day Feb. 2Sth, to Slav 11th. at va ry low rates to points in Ar.'zotia, British Columbia, California" Colorado. Idaho, .Mexico. Montana, NcdraSKa. ia. New Mexico. Oregon, South liikot.t. Texas, Utah. Washington - mil Wyonnn. For further information consult D. & H agents or write '.corse Heller. City Passenger Agent, Wilkes - Barre. Pa. Feb2s - TuTh - td. millions of Them. 'I'o.iihlc - w but cniving food. When they are hungry the skill pets maul,, chap - u 1 here are 2 ii Sores, 1 ...., llur.iing, Torturing, Itrh - ii.c. "Im uraliie" .Malignant hki.. .i..;:im . Don I fwHl these mouths poisonous "cosmetics. creams, loTlou . k"n cures " etc. t.ive then. fodm.triiUm - ami Nature will create a new sktu - a healthy skill. is tne omy rem s - ktu food made. II i I

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