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TITE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING; MARCH 8. 1894.
LIVE NEWS OF
THE FATNESS OF HEALTH
fFn Sciunton Trirdne's Pittston de
partmont is in charge of J. M. Faby, to
whom news items and complaint muy be
An out of town company of capital
ist! are contemplating the leasing of
the Reap property oti North Maiu
street, known as the Clark brewery.
The company proposes to manufacture
Mrs. Cuddeback, of the West Side,
returns tbanks to neighbors and friends
for many kindnesses at the time of th
death and funeral of hsr husband.
The inspection of Companies C ami
H, Ninth regiment. National Guard of
Ptnutylvaniu, was to be held last even
ing but did not take place It has been
postponed to Saturday evening, April 17.
At the annual meeting of Niagara
Lngine company for the election of
otfcers, held at their rooms on Water
strext, Monday evening, the following
oflitere wars elected: Prssideut, J. R,
Gorman ; vice president, J. J. Kern ;
secretary, P. J Gallagher; tin. mum I
secretary, W. J. Webber; treasurer,
Oliver Burke; foreman, Charles Kus
chel ; first assistunt foremau, W. J.
Walsh ; second assistant foreman, James
A. Fleming; pipeinsn. P. J McDon
ald, R. Fenner, Henry Kuschel, Charles
Morris; trustees, A. 13. L.w, J. J.
Shoridan, J. J. Fleming. The appoint
ive officers will be named at the regu
lar meeting of the company next Tues
Excitement ran high for a time iu
the vicinity of Cork Ln yester
day afternoon. It was caused by a
Polauder discharging a revolver at a
fellow named Sheridan, who, it ap
pears, anuoyed the Pole by peltiug him
The Luther league of eastern Penn
sylvania will meet today with St.
Teter's league, at St. Peter's Lutheran
church at Hamtown. There will be
three sessions, morning, afternoon and
evening. Delegates will be present
from Scranton. Wilkes-Barre, White
Haven and other places.
The basket ball teem of Company C,
which was recently organized, held a
business meeting Monday evening and
elected the followiug officers: John
M. Jones, manager; William Jones,
captain; Calt Miller, secretary;
George Buss, treasurer. They will
play a matcli game with Company A's
team of Wilkes-Barre, at Armory hall,
on the evening of March 17.
wopirif Challenge from Go. Gallagher.
I, the undersigned, will run anybody
in the coal fields, barring Harry Camp
bell, of Wilkes-Barre, and Harry
Dills, of Duryea. I will run any of the
following named men on these condi
I will give M. J. Buckley, of Pitts
ton, S yarJs in 100; I will give Sam
Bsroer2 yards in ssme distance: I wiil
give Brislin, Joues or Lehman, of
Wilkes-Barre, 3 yards in 100, or Mat
Fahey, of Shenandoah, 1 yard in 100; I
will run Hendersnot, of Nescopeck,
even, or will give E1 Armitage, of
Plymouth, 19 yards in 100, or Besecker,
of Daryea, 10 yards in 100.
Any of these races 1 will run in one
hour's notic or in one month, for not
less than $:2o0 a side, open to $ 500
My match will be mad through an
ageut whom I will appoint, after any
of thso challenges are accepted
I am a resident of Pittston, and have
ben her for ten years.
Railroad street, Pittston, Pa.
March 7, 1894.
Some Valuable Secrets on How
to Attain It.
THEY ARE INTERESTING
Thore Is Creat Danger In Growing Thin
and It Needs to Be Carefully
Miss I.ottik CAiiron, of Rar
nae, Mioh., writes: "I have
lu'en troubled w ith a terrible
headarhe for about two years
nml could not set anything to
help me, but at last B Irlend
advised me to take your lluii
pOCI Kuion ItiTTKiis, which
l did, and after taking two
Ik.uIos. I luive not had the
maae a wen
Have a Cinch.
The Gazette representative being the
only member of the press at a banquet
held by th new councilman-elect,
goes to show that be must have a cinch
on that august body, Record corre
spondent. The aforesaid "august body" does
not seam to know that it pays to show
ordinary courtesies to the press in gen
eral, as well as that portion of it that
constitutes itself their special tool. It
is a simple case of "ignoramus," how
With all dnelrespect to the "August
body and to plaee them in a proner
light before the public, The Tribune
representative would state the writer
received an invitation but declined
with thanks. For the edification of
the representatives of th above journ
als, it is but fair to say their failure to
receive an Invitation wo feel was duo
to an oversight on the part of those in
terested, rather than a disposition to be
Kkwi nf the Day Graphically BsporUd
l'y a TaUnWd Wrltar.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Avoc'A, Pn., March 7. The oouncil
held their regular meeting on Monday
evening to close out the business of
last year and for the purpose of or
ganizing the, new council. The follow
Ing officers were elected: President,
Archie Mclnerne; secretary, (i. M
Snyder; borongh attorney, John Mc-
Galvien; treasurer, Michael Cannon
chief of police, A. F. IUioades, street
commissioner, Jamsa Graham.
Rev. Father Donlan, of Dunmore,
I r--siiled at the services at St. Mary s
church last evening.
Mrs. James Gilhooley has recovered
from her recent illness,
Mrs. H. M, Steever ha returned
from a visit with friends in Psckville,
Mite Lizzie Penniman (pent yeiter
day afternoon in Scranton.
The two tory frame building on
Parker street, owned and occupied by
Patrick Nealon, was entirely destroyed
by fire at 2 a. m yesterday, The cause
of the fire is unknown. The loss is
covered by insurance.
Mr. M. A. Flock, Mrs. J, II. Andr
on and Mtb. Kate Lewis visited friends
in West Pittston today.
T e Importance of kenning the liver And
kidneys in good condition cannot be
overestimated. Hood's SarHaparllla is
great remedy for regulating and invigora
ting these organs.
Hood's Fills act easily, yet promptly
and eUectively, on the liver ana bowels
When Baby was sink, wo (rare her Cantorta.
When lb was a Child, she cried for Castorla,
When she became Miss, she duns; to Contort.
When she hod Children, she gavetiieui Castorl.
A Handsome Complexion
In one of the iiroatost charms a woman can
possess Pozzoni'h Coiiplkxion Powou
If you are getting thin you
though you may not know it.
If yon are losing weight steadily, there
is something wrong about that uoeds look
If you have always been thin, it doesn't
follow that you are sick, but that you
micht bo healthier.
You might be (at and plump, uud strong
You cannot bo strong if you aro thin.
Thinness isn't necessarily a sign of sick
ness unless you commence to got thin and
keep gettiug thinner), but it's u sigu that
you aro in danger of being hick. It's a
sign that If yon Bet sick it may be hard for
you to got well; that the least chill may
cause a cold, the least cold becoming
something worse. A sign that out of a
small ailment may coino gout, rheumat
ism, diabetos, consumption, rickets or
scrofula, and many other sad diseases,
which mlnht havo been prevented by
Try, then, to be healthy and fat. It's
not dlfllcult. If you know how, the try
iug is both easy ami pleasant,
Iu a few words, gettiug fat consists in
eating proper food, food that contains
the proper uourishiu. ut, food that digests
Till a few yoars ngo, doctors, as well as
ordinary people, had a great many fuuuy
notious about the stomach: about how
food was digested, and about what be
came of it after it was digested.
No one knew any better; no one bad
studied right. Not until some emiueut
men gave the subject their special atten
tion, did we get any real knowledge.
Most people (and many doctors) still
think that everything you take into your
mouth is digested in your stomach. This
The only foods that sre diroctly di
gested in the stomach are the albumens,
and these, while important, are, if any
thing, the least important of the foods we
To understand how to get fat, you must
try to remember the following explana
All the foods we eat belong to one of the
four following divisions:
1. The Starches;
'i Tho Fats;
3, The Albumens;
4. The Salts.
The salts undergo no digestion at all. so
w will not speak of them further. i
lho starches and the fat of the bodv are
sometimes called fuel foods, because they
upply our energy, our motive jpower.
We Dnrn them up in our dally life as the
engine burns coal. Our fat is our reserve
fuel. The starches, well-digested, make
The albumens are used in our body for
the repair of worn out tissue, of which a
small portion goes to waste every day.
inestarcnes, tneu, form the fuel for
our engine, the albumens repair the wear
of the machinory. With a good engine we
need more fuel than repair material.
so unless you do nard labor, you ne.'d
ltllo albumen but always plenty of starch.
1 Inn people often have better appetites
thAn fat people, may even eat more; but
still they don't get fat. What is the reason?
The r.rason is generally bad digestion.
ndigstion has of late years b -en proved
o bo the cause of a great proportion of all
Indigestion can be cured without drugs.
by eating proper food properly. Curlug
urtigestion means getting normal fat.
IiiU probable know what loods contain
starch. If you want to get fat theno are
the foods to eat.
If you want to know which of these to
eat, consult your palate. Do you like it:-
Does it agree witb you?
If not, don t eat it.
The old idea was. that to oret fat vou
must eat fat. Fat meats, fat oils, cod liver
oil. This is wrong.
Starchy foods will make vou fatter than
oily foods. You could live without oily
foods altogether, if you wished.
stor;hy roods arc gonerally moroonsilv
digested than oily food, hence aro better
for people who wish to get fat. If people
am too rat tbey sliould not eat starchy
foods. All doctors admit this.
I'nskola is a starchy food. Its use will
enable yon to get fat, when all the starch
und fat foods yon eat do not help you.
I he reason for this is that is already di
gested bofore you take it.
faskOla saves your digestive or2ans from
having to work. When it reaches the in
testines it is absorbed at once.
Wo saiil that getting fat consisted in
eating proper food, food that would digest
easily, i'askoia is that rood.
tor a thin person, the certainty of get
ting fat depends almost entirely upon
Most peoplo eat enough in their dailv
meals ta become fat, but the fattening
food is not digested. It mernlv nasses
through the syotein. Thin people can seo
why it is thoy need a food that is alroady
1 he old doctors told their Datients. if
they suffered from dyspepsia, that drugs
could cure tbera: that drugs would holt)
ib-cn to get fat.
Even now many of thorn recommend
popMn and cod liver oil.
rojiHin won t, digest starches or fats. It
only digest albumen (lean meat, white of
egK. cheese, etc.)
Albumens is not rattening. If thev
don't agree with you, don't eat too much
of thm. Then you won't noed nnnsin.
Modern science l.as discovered tbat
starchy food is tho food for thin peoplo.
1 askola is the outcome of tho most mod
ern discoveries of modem science. It is
the best staroh food food. It is composed
of the Quest and most nourishing flours.
1 'askola is pleasant to the taste. No
cookiug or other preparation Is necessary.
It contains no drugs or medicine. It has
simply boon digested by being treated
with the substances whicu, in a healthy
num. aroused by naturo to digost starch
foods. I'askoia is nothing but natural food.
Consumption is wasting uway and losing
flsh. It 1 but one or the many diseases
we saner from, caused by bad digestion.
nnu ingestion can oo cured, tlio con
sumptive can gain flosb and strength, nnd
mis win neip me uoctor to cure the dls
The way to do It is for tho consumptive
w tnite rasaoia. ragaoia will make any
one fat, even a consumptive.
I atness, happiness and health. They nil
go togethor. flow seldom do we see a fat
On the other hand the unhappy thin
people, the dyspuptic, the consumptive,
th uervons invalid. Why can thoy not bo
all rat? They would look so different.
They would fool so different.
They could be fat if they tried. They
could even bu well if they trie-1.
The way to get well would be to get fat;
tue way to get ial would bo to take fas
Paskola is for sale by all reputable drug
A pampnlot giving full particulars re
specting Paskola will bo sent on applica
tion to the Pre-Dlgestod Food Co., 30 Hoade
8n., N. Y. City.
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SOLO by Matthew. Biob., Wtiultule ami Retail
Dntfgutti SCRANTON, 1 , and 0(b Luud
ANNUAL CLEARING SALE
A. B. Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa.
Thousands Reinnunls of Dry Goods. Cloaks and Fur Capes during
Kale at less than eost of material.
Every inch of counter room covered with the greatest bargains ever
Ladies' Felt Hats, this season's styles 10;'. each.
Bovs' Wintor Waist 100 each.
Muff 30c. each.
Cloaks $1.50 each.
HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS AT QUARTER OF VALUE.
COME. IT WILL PAY YOU.
Great Clearing Sale.
BROWN'S BEE HIVE.
We have placed on sale
our line of Ginghams for the
coming spring and summer.
Finer Goods, More Tasteful
Colorings and Lower Prices
than ever before, are what
will recommend them to our
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