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THE SCK ANTON TRIBTJNE-SATUKDATT IOK
The 'evangeHstlo campaign now
vaiug carried oa in tuts oommaalty is
the first of its kind In the history of
evanfcelistie work In tha nnnntrv.
Never before bag a systematic snmmer
campaign of so glgantio proportions
ana covering to vast a territory been
Inaugurated, and all ceonle throunb-
ont the United States interested in re
vival work are watching the progress
of the movement with considerable in
terest. D. L. Moody is Tery solicitons
for the success of the work, and the
resnlts attained by the efforts now pnt
forth will have decisive influents on
the future plana of Mr. Moody and bis
assistants. Similar campaigns will be
organized for other communities if the
present one is deemed a sncoess,
Tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock in
the Elm Park ohnrch ;Mr. Moody will
give a Bible reading to women and
girls; and at 7.30 p. m. be will repeat,
by special request, a talk to men only,
wbioh be delivered in this city about
ten yeara ago. So great was the effect
of that one address, tbat hundreds in
the city remember it, and are anxious
to bear it again. It will, be given in
the Frothingham. Tallie Morgan will
conduct a male chorus of seventy-five
voices, which will occupy the stage.
In order to accommodate other worship
pers, a union meeting will be held at
the same bonr In the Elm Park churoh,
which will be addressed by Itev. W.
G. Partridge. Men can secure tickets
for the Frothingham meeting-, free of
charge, by calling at the office of the
Young Men's Christian association.
E. W. Bliss will continue his work
on the West Side dnring a part of next
week. F. Schivera is expected in the
city next weak and, as soon as arrived,
will take the place of Mr. Bliss. Mr.
W heedon, one of the best managers of
saored music, will aecompany Mr.
Schivera. A tent will possibly be
erected in the North End next week,
and when Evangelist Bliss is relieved
of his work on the West Side be will
open the work in Providence.
The Congregational churches of
Northeastern Pennsylvania are hold
ing their annnal association at Nanti
coke. The services were commenced
last evening and will continue until
Monday evening. Rev. T. W. Jones,
D D general superintendent, of Phil
adelphia, is expected to be present.
The business session will be begun this
morning at 10 o'clock, which will be
called by the president, Daniel J. Ev
ans, of the West Side.
Next Wednesday and Thursday the
eighty-seventh association of the Ald
ington Baptist association, will be held
at Clark's Green" of which Rev. A. E.
Douglas is pastor. The first session
will commence at 10 o'clock a. m ,
Wednesday, when the introductory
sermon will be preached by Rev. W.
J. Ford, of Green Ridge. Tbe after
noon session will be devoted to mis
sionary work, when the home and for
eign work will be presented by the
district secretaries. In the same session
Rev. W. G. Guest, of Peckville. will
speak on the subjaet of temperance. In
the evening sermon at 7. SO, a young peo
ple's rally will be held, when an ad
dress will be delivered by Rav. Frank
M. Goodchild, of Philadelphia. On
Thursday morning the question of
state missions will be discussed by
State Secretary W, H. Conrad, D. D.,
and tbe doctrinal sermon will be deliv
ered by Rev, H. H. Harris, Ph. D., of
Taylor. On Thursday afternoon Prin
cipal F. M. Loomis will give an ad
dress on "Education." Rev. W. G.
Partridge will speak of Keystone acad
emy and George T. Bailey will give a
brief sketch of the history of Factory -ville
Baptist churoh. The meetings
will close after tbe afternoon session on
Thursday. Pastors and delegates are
expected to be duly eleoted by the
cburobes, and tbe excellent programme
prepared by the committee promises
one of tbe most successful associations
in the history of tbe denomination.
That is the kind of day the Green
Ridge Sunday school and Christian En
deavor society expect to hold on the
last Sunday In September. The name
literally describes the work these young
people expect to do. They will go forth
in searen of tbe wanderers and gathor
nn vrRii mmnnirtr in mi
l t v . . . .
work is to hold tbe interest of those
who fervently started forth
impulse of new emotions. Many join
the Sunday school and Christian En
deavor society and are faithful for a
few months, bnt soon tbeir interest
flags, tbey neglect the regular meetings
and finally keep away.
This is probably the ease dnring tbe
snmmer months, more than at any sea
son of the year. The active members
of these societies in the Green Ridge
Presbyterian church keep an aoenrats
list of all these reoaloitrants, and onqe
a year join hands in a soecial effort to
bring back the wanderers. The effort
is fruitful of good resnlts and the
young people feel tbat tbey fulfill the
imperative command of the Master.
The idea is good, which could be
copied by others to their advantage,
SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK.
Last Tuesday afternoon the 'Sunday
school of the Tabernacle Congregational
church held its annnal picnio at Laurel
HiU park, where a very pleasant day was
spent by both teachers and scholars.
Next Bunday evening there will be a
rally of the Bunday school workers at the
North Main Avenue Baptist church, when
the pastor, Bev. W. Q. Watkins, will de
liver an address on Hnnday - school work
The occasion will also be characterized
with good muaio;under the leadership of
the pastor. ''' '
Next Sunday the tenth semi-annual Sun
day school convention of the Primitive
Methodist churches will be held at Price
burg. The prdgramme baa been prepared
by the local pastor, Bev. C. H. Higginaon.
The first session will be at 10.30 a. in. Bev.
W. H. Acornly, of Plymouth, is president.
Tbe morning . session will be devoted
chiefly to business, in the afternoon and
evening, songs, recitations and addresses
will be given. W. J. Williams, of Avoca;
Thomas Russell, of Plymouth; Miss Edith
Morris, of Plains, and Aaron Powell, of
this city, will read essays . on . subjects
bearing on Sunday school work. The choir
of the Pricebnrg ohnrch will render spe
cial musio on the occasion. ,
The Baptist cbarohes of the Abington'
association will bold their annual bunday
school convention next Tuesday at Clark's
Green Baptist church. Tbe Sunday school
work will be discussed Tuesday, preceding,
tbe work of tbe annual association that
will be held on Wednesday and Thursday,
an aocount of which will be seen above.
All tbe Bunday scoools are expected to
send delegates, which should be ouosen to
morrow if not previously appointed. In
the convention all phases of Babbath
school work will be discussed, and ad
dresses and papers prepared by both clerl-
cal and lay workers will be given on Tues
day evening. Bev. W. O. Watkins, of
Providence, will conduot a song service.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S ACTIVITY.
The choir practice of the St. David's
church choir has been changed from Fri
day evening to Saturday eveniug at 7.80
The young people of tbe Second German
Methodist Episcopal church will hold a
nicnio next Alondar at Nav Ana falls. On
Wednesday the Ladies' Aid society, of tbe
same cnurcn, win picnic m tbe same place.
The self-denial committee of tlin Grann
Bldgo Primitive Methodist church will
bold a grand entertainment and social in
tbe vestry on Sept. 26. Mrs. Annie Wells
is president, aua Mrs. M. H. Hillier sec
The Young People's society, of the
Hickory Street Presbyterian ohurch, will
resume its regular meeting Sunday even
ing at 8.80. The Sunday evening sermon,
suspended for the summer, has been re
sumed. . ,
The Epworth league of tbe Providence
Methodist Episcopal church held it an
nual meeting for the election of officers
last evening. The league is In a flourish
ing condition and prepared for great work
uunug me coming year.
The Young People's socioties of the Gor
man Liutneran cnurcnes or .Northeastern
Pennsylvania, will bold tboir annual meet
ing next Thursday at White Ilaveu. Many
young peoplo of the city expect to attend.
The Christ Church Young People's society,
of Cedar avenue, appointed Bev. Fred
Holter to represent them.
The organ of the German Lutheran
church on Cedar avenue has not been
powerful enough to lead the congregation
lu singing. A remedy was sought in in
viting the menibors of tho Ringgold band,
who worship in this church, to orgnuize
an orchestra and aid the congregation in
singing. The young men have done so,
and their playing gives great satisfaction
to all, while many ure drawn to the ser
vices because of better musio being ren
dered. Last Sunday eveniug will bo long re
membered among the endeavor workers
of the Congregational church on West
Market street. Never in tbe history of
the church was a more enthusiastic aud a
better attended meeting held. Scores
were turned away for the want of room.
The addresses of the young theological
studouts, T. Myddyn Jones aud W. E.
Davies, were well received, and the sing
ing of Caswallon Davies was a delight to
all who heard him. Sncb enthusiastic
gatherings are rare and tbe people are
anxious for a repetition.
Mrs. M.D. Fuller entertained the Foreign
Women's association of the Providence
Methodist Episcopal church at the parson
age last Wednosday.
Tbe Ladies' Home and Foreign Mission
ary society, of the Providence Presby
terian cnurcn, met yesterday afternoon at
tbe home of Mrs. N. Osterhont. Tbe
mooting was very interesting and profit
able. The Wyoming district meeting of the
Women's Foreign Missionary sooioty of tbe
Methodist Episcopal churches will hold its
annual meeting on Sept. 27 in the Asbui-y
Jietuouisi r.piscopoi cnurcn. jars. Al. S.
Hard, of Kipgutou, is president.
A committee has been aDointed from
churches of the North End to devise tho
best methods of arousing publio interest
lor the better observanre of the Sab bat b.
They have decided to hold a union prayer
meeting on me ur.ii mesaay or eacn
month. Tbe first of those meotings will
be held next Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Wellington White, widow of a
missionary tbat labored in China, and who
met bis death in an accident on the rail
road near Elmira a few years ago, will
speak in tho Providence Presbyterian
cnurch, on the first Sunday in October.
She will hold two services; the morning
for women only, and in the eveuiug she
will speak of general missionary work to a
mixed audience. Mrs. White was one of
the most popular speakors in the Synod i
cal Women's Foreign Missionary meetings
hold lost spring, and her advent to our
city is looked forward to with interest by
all familiar with her name in the press,
Tomorrow evnnlnt?. ttnv. Dnninl Sinn.
of the Green Ridge Primitive Methodist
church, will give a Gospel talk on the
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Bev. A. F. Chaffee, of the Asbnry
Methodint Fnincnnnl rhni-Mi unit Mm.
ChaffHA. rAtlinierl frnm f ltAun firtwtk loot
TnCSdaV. Mr. Chftfffln will niv.nr.ir lila
pulpit tomorrow. '
Bev. J. P. Cnmfirnn fnrrrmrlir iafaf r,t
St. David s cburcn, has returned to bis
field of lAhor AA rartctr nf tViA hi.i..l.
Glastonburg, Conn., after a short stay
wiiu menus iu me city.
ThA Puritan Pnn
on tbe. resignation of Bev. D. A. Evans
last Wednesday evening nt tbe regnlar
business meeting, and accepted it. Mr.
cvuus win leave lor umo on uac l.
RfiV. A. R. ATnrnlft fnrmnrlir rai.fnv nf
St. Luke's Episcopal church, spent a part
ut uia vncnuou vitmiug ma son ou Mimin
avenue, ne returned . tnis weeK to his
parish in the neighborhood of Philadel
phia. Rav. Mr .TnVinann fyvaltiiia t t It n
. . v.'UUUW.., M .IIJUH.. J . lilt!
University of Virginia, has recently began
work as the assistant of Bev. H. L. Jones,
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u. u.,oi w uues-narre, ana nas cnarge or
the Cnlvary church in North Wilkes-
CAtv. nrAAr.hprI his rnmwAl BM-mnii lna Sun
day evening, and on Monday left for South
nnl.1n tT 1,1 -it. n t .
uotuieucui. no will go (O 018 now 1101U OI
labor in Phenixvllle about tbe middle of
Rav. O. KAnmior nn nf Mia naatn. f n...
First German Methodist Eoisconal church
is in the city. Mr. Haussor, jr., is settled
in Lonir. Ialanrl f!ifv nnil la nnm nn
wedding tonr and expects to visit Buffalo
Bev. D. B. Jones, of the Tabernacle Con
gregational church, returned borne Tues
day evening after a month's visit to Chi
cago, where he acceptably supplied the
Welsh Methodist Episcopal church for
Last Tuesday Bev. Thomas Bell, nas tor-
elect of tbe Plymouth Congregational
church, arrived in tho city, lie will re
side on North Lincoln avenue. Next
Wednesday evening a formal reception
will be awarded him by both the church
Bev. J.C. Schmidt of the Hickory Street
Baptist church, will leave Tuesday for
Buffalo, where be expects to attend the
annual convention of the German Baptist
churches of the eastern Btates. He will
deliver an address on "Home Missions,"
He will be gone about a week.
Bev. M, D. Fuller, of the Providence
MetbndiBt Eplsconal church, will leave
next Wednesday for Meshoppen, where he
will attend the annual re-union of the Fifty-second
Begiment of Pennsylvania Vol
unteers. The leading address will be de
livered by him, on "Memories of the Past."
Mr. Fuller will probably stay there for a
few days. .....
Bev. M. TV Pull.,. rw
farewell ,to his' son, Floyd E. Fuller, last
Monday. ' The latter went to Minneapolis
and Will preach 'there tomorrow. Next
Sunday he will spend in Chicago, and on
the Monday following, start for Florida.
He thoroughly enjoyed bis vacation among
bis former associates, who were pleased
to see and hear him.
T. .T. TWvlAfl Vila ftnrth tttnl- Jt!...ln.
Of the Providence Presbyterian ohurch, is
teaching tbe choir a sacred cantata, which
will be performed some time during the
Tbe present address of Bev. M. H. Mill,
rector of St. David's church, is 714 North
William E. Davies, of the North End,
will return to his studies at Marietta col
lege next Monday.
Evan Williams, of Hampton street,
leaves next Monday for Marietta college,
where he begins his studies in tbe prepara
Love feast at 9:80 a. m. in the Cedar
Avenue Methodist Episcopal church, ser
mon at 10 o'clock, to be followed by the
ordinauce of tbe Lord's Supper.
Friday evening aervicos and the Snnday
evening sermon which were omitted dur
ing tho mouths of July and August in the
St. David's church, have boen resumed.
The Second Prpuhvfnrlnn church will
hold regular service tomorrow morning in
tue cnurcn. Tbe organ is not ready, ana
win not De until tho nrst Sunday in ucto
ber. Tbe graduates of Bloomfleld Theological
seminary will hold a convention on the
IMtb Inst., In the Hickory Street PreBbV'
terian church. About thirty delegates are
expectea to oe present,
T. Mvrddvn Jones, son of Rav. R. 8.
Jones, D. D., of Providence, will leave
next Monday for Unvet college, - lown
Misses Nellie and Jennie Hartley, of Prov
idence, are also going to the same college.
Noxt Monday at 9 a. m. the kinder
garten of the St. David's church -will be
opened in the Sunday school rooms. The
work will be in charge of Miss Lillian
Morris, -who will be principal. She is a
graduate of Miss Saulsbury's training
school in this city. Miss Morris will be
assisted by Miss Maude Fisher, a graduate
of tbe Brooklyn High school. Parents
who wish to send tbeir children to tho
kindergarten are requested to bring them
to tne scuooi next Juonaay morning.
TOMORROW'S CHURCH SERVICES.
Saint Lckk's Church Rev. Rogers Is
rael rector. Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity,
Holy communion, 8 a. rb.; service and
sermon, 10.au a. m.; Sunday school, 8.30
p. m.; evening prayer and eorinon, 7.80
Saint Luke's Mission. Dunmore Bev.
A. L. Urban in charge. Sunday school, 3
p. m. ; evening prayer and sermon, 4 p. m.
Trinity English Lutheran Church
Adams avenue, corner Mnlberrv street.
Bev. E. L. Miller, pastor. Services at
iu. diia. m. ana i.;tu p. in. Fews are free,
and visiting worshipers always welcome.
The Church op the Good Shepherd
Green Bidge street and Monsey avenue,
Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity. Holy
communion, 8a.m.; morning service and
sermon, 10.30 a. m.i evening prayer and
sermon, i.du p. m. ah seats rree. ah
Howard Place African Methodist
LI'mcopai. Church Bev. C. A. McUeo,
pastor. Preaching by the pastor at 10.80 a.
in. and 8 p. m. All members are requested
to be at the morning service.
First Bai-tist Church Pastor Collins
will preach Sabbath at 10.30 a. m. Theme,
''Four Challenges to tbe Enemies of Chris
tains." Communion following tho sermon.
At 6 o'clock there will be a grand rally of
tne iUristmn endeavor society. At 7.30 p,
m. the church and congregation will join
in tho union services.
Grace Enuijsh Lutheran Church
Rov. Foster U, Gift, pastor. The congre
gation will be organized on Sunday at the
Young Men's Christian association at 10.80
a. in.; also holy communion on Sunday.
Bev. A. N. Warner will be present. Even
ing sorvices at 7 o'clock, so as to give time
to attenu tne union meetings.
All Souls' CnuRcn Pine street near
Adnins avenue, Bev. George W. Powell,
pastor, will preuch to-morrow at 10.30 a. m.
Subject, "Why Do We Differ;" 7.30 p. m.,
"The Wonderful Gift of Power."
Simpson Methodist Ei-iscopal CnuRcn
Preaching morning aud evening by the
pastor, Bev. L. C. Floyd; Sabbath school
at 13 m. The evening Bermon will be held
at 6.80, so as not to interfere with services
iu tbe Gospel tent. Seats free.
Pens Avenue Baptist Church The
pastor, Bev. Warren U. Partridge will
preach nt 10.30 a. m., "The Baptism of
Fire." No services iu the evening. Pastor
Partridge will preach at 7.30 p. iu. nt the
union services at the Eim Park Method ist
Calvarv Bekormed Church Corner
Monroo avenue and Gibson street. Preach
ing 10.80 a. m. and 7.80 p. m. by the pastor,
Rev. W. H. Btubblebine. Sermon on
"Hell" will be postponed until following
Jackson Street Baptist Church -The
pastor will preacn tomorrow both morn
lug and eveniug, at 10.30 a. m. and 0 p. m.
Communion after evening service.
St. Mark's Lutheran Wnshourn and
Fourteenth troets,Bev.Georg M.Scheidy,
pastor. Service every Lord's day at 10.30
a. m. and 7.30 p. in. Seats free.
Elm Park Methoiiimt Ei"incni'i. Pnnpnn
W. H. fearce, pastor. At 10.30 a. m.
me imsior win preacn, sunjecc, suelter-
Inrr Winer nf Hrwl At. 7 AK a nnnn
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vice will be held. Dr. Partridge, of Peun
Aveuuu DHptisii cuurcu, will preacn.
Gucev Rinrip Baptist rmmcnRaw ir
J. Ford. DHHtor. Krvir.pn nt. 10 Mil a m
and 7.30 p. m. Subject in the morning,'
"rereonai itesponsioiuty;" in tne evening,
"The Seventh Commandment."
Cheats a fit. Louis Postofflca Clerk Out
of $50 and Can't Ba Funlahsd.
St. Louis, Sept. 7. As a result of a
little transaction at tbe postoffloe yes
terday Thomas Owen Barry is richer
by $o0 and Money Order Clerk Skid
moro will bnve to pay that sum out of
his own pocket into tho coffers of Uncle
Sam. Yesterday Berry went into the
postofnee to cash a $23 money order.
Tbe amount,- twenty five dollars, was
not written plainly, the first word look
ing more like "seventy" than "twenty."
Clerk Skid more, after glancing at
the paper, gave Berry an order on the
eashier of tbe department for $75, which
Herry promptly cashed and left tbo
office. Some time afterward tbe dis
crepancy was noticed, and in the after
noon searchers wuo una been sent ont
after Berry returned with that gentle
man, tie was taken into tbe money
order department, and the matter of
the discrepancy explained to blm. lie
admitted that be knew he had reoeived
$50 more than bis order called for, but
said he would not pay it back.
Failing to Intimidate bim into re
funding the money the officials took
bim before Post omce Inspector John
stone and lie was again requested to
hand over tbe $."0. He again refustd to
do it, adding; "What are you going to
do about il?" His question was a poser,
for there is neither federal nor state
law covering tbe case, and there is no
way In which Berry can be punished.
blood-poisons of every name and nature,
by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
It rouses every organ into healthy action,
purities and enriches the blood, and through
it cleanses and renews the wbole system.
All Blood, Skin, and Scalp Diseases, from
a common blotch or eruption to the worst
Scrofula, are cured by it. For Tetter, Bult
rbeuin, Eczema, Erysipelas, Boils, aud
Carbuncles, the "Discovery" is a direct
MI-B. LAHUI.1NB ttKKK-
LEY, nf C'ciriity, llaltl
win Co., Ala., writes i
"I Buttered for one
quarter of a century
with "fover-sore" (uleorl
on my lev and edema
tous eruptions and (rave
up all hope of ever belli if
well again, But I am
Imppv to say that your
Dr. Pierce's Golden Mcd
11 Discovery made a
ivMnnlatj flira nf mv All.
Cabomnb Wikkley. nu,lltgi although 1 had
tried different doctors and almost all known
remedies without effect.
SLAVES TO TH
Physicians Prescribe Paine's Celery Gom
ponnd for Such Women, .
There are thousand of tired women
today on the verge of breaking down
because they are martyrs to their own
fulse ideas of domestic duty.
They are slaves to their homes; and
their exalted notions of absolute order
and cleunliness keep them from morn
ing tiil night upon the rack of mental
and physical torture till they grow old,
care worn, nervous, irritable and sick
ly, in their foolish struggle with dust.
Only the exceptionally strong can
stand the debilitating ellect of over
heated rooms, lack of fresh air and ex
ercise, over-burdened stoinnchs, and
the artificial, nervous, hurried life of
so many good wives aud mothers.
Just as nature prompts young chil
dren to cry and grow irritable when
hungry, so poorly fed, over-worked
nerves cry out for their proper food by
twinges of rheumatism and neuralgia.
It is nuture's langunge in each caso.
Just as the fretting, crying child
drops to refreshing sleep after being
properly fed, exactly so the nervous
system feels right away the equalizing,
Suggestions That May Enable Many Tribune
Readers to Fed Belter.
WISDQBI FOR THE HOUSHOLD
These Hints Don't Cost Much, Are
Not Copyrighted and if They Don't
Do You Any Good You Can Have
the Satisfaction of Knowing That
They Will Not Do You Any Harm.
For thcSatunlau Tribune,
The medicinal properties of the sun
are too lightly esteemed. Old Sol is a
whole family medicine chest, con
densed; and the beauty of it is that he
doesut cost a cent. No well-appointed
home should be without its solarium
without its glass covered apartment
where the convalescent patient may
sit in a bath of golden light and drink
in the healing balm of the sun's tonic
rays. We give these advantages to the
plants iu our conservatories aud to the
fancy poultry and live stock in our
superb barns, and then oueerly enouirh
deny it to ouf children and mothers
and selves. Hat could be more short
sighted? One of the most pressing
reasons why there should be a hospital
on the delightful knoll called ltound
Woods over in Hyde Park is the iact
that it would enable many persons to
bathe freely and properly in the sun.
There's a knack lu this kind of
bathing, just as in any other. You
don't want to work too hard nor to be
fretted with any earthly care. Just
lie back in a comfortable chair, with
tne lace iranKiy upturned to the celes
tial beams and let it go at that.
II II II
Wo recollect once to have heard D.
L. Connolly, a much traveled Alban
ian, discoursing upon this point. It
was a lad oi uis. feaid lie: "While
paying a visit to a loundiing asylum
in Paris last year I noticed a large in
cline plane exposed directly to the
liiiht. Upon this, when the sun was
out, the nurses arranged their little
charges, as naked as when they came
into the world, in rows, that they
sorb their healthful influence at every
pore. .The lnciineu plane proved to.
be, next to their natural food, the most
invigorating regimen. When pap
failed to fatten, aud rhubarb and ipe
cac to purify, tho forlorn little waifs
vivined in tue sun, nice so many
drowned Hies. I would recommend
the inclined treatment to tho ladies of i
this country as infinitely preferable to
a sick room with the shutters closed,
or a sofa in the parlor with the cur
tains down. In many cases it would
be better to send away tho doctor, and
the rills and notions with him. and
call in the sunshine. Aud so it would;
bless us! and so it would. But your
average mama is too much wedded to
traditions. She fears a touch of tan
upon her darling's skin worse than she
seems to fear the clutch of dyspepsia
or consumption, upon Ids vitals. So
queer, we are, lu these matters!
II II II
Speaking of baby, every mother who
wntchpH hor babv's sleep, savs Harri
er's Bazar, finds that the little head is
apt to be very warm, and not infre
quently to perspire, sometimes even
wetting the pillow der it. This is
very injurious to jyr for the ex
cess of nerspiratio. akenine. and
It shows too much ' throughout
all the little system, yhich is Ir
ritating and the oca of restless
sleep aud frequent waging. It must
restoring action of Paiue's celery com
pound. A fair trial of this greatest of all
remedies brings strength to tired, "run
down" men and women, and frees
them permanently from debility, heart
palpitation, despondent feelings and
inability to sleep because of nervous
Mrs. S. E. Welch, of Lynu, Mass.,
whone portrait appears above, writes
"I was taken ill last January with
the grip and it left me with the rheu
matism in my hands nnd feet. My
feet were swollen so bad and were so
sore that I found it hard work to walk.
My hnsband brought me home two
bottles of l'aine,9 celery compound.
Seeing that it wa9 doing me good, I
continued its use until I had taken
live bottles when I was free from rheu
matism and have hot had any since.
"Today I can truly say that I am as
well as 1 ever was in my life."
That's it. Paine's ceiery compound
makes people well.1
be obviated in the first place by a very
thin hair pillow, ' and in the second
place by careful watch aud experi
ment iu removing the unnecessary
weight of clothing on the child. Ex
cept sweet food, nothing is more im
portant to the baby than his bed. It
should never be of feathers, but should
always be a mattress of the best and
lightest hair attainable; and after each
baby has outgrown it, it should be
taken to an empty room,' the hair
poured out upon a sheet and thorough
ly picked over, and left to air for sev
eral clays, while the "tick" is washed
aud dried, and it should then be made
up and tufted over, fitted with a linen
cover, and held in readiness for the
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Cosmetics are injurious, at beat; and
there's nothing under the sun that can
equal the beauty , of simple health
steadily sustained. But since women
in use ein, iiiu next nest miug is to
limit the damage. Apropos, a contrib
utor to Vocriie. renin rks! "l'iirmloa nrn
frequently brought on by the uho of
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Hutu.."! luweiB, Bjmnges, iace cioms,
etc., and also by injurious or rancid
cosmetics, cold cream, vaseline and
other substances not sufficiently fresh.
The surest remedy in such cases is to
wash the face three times a day with
very hot water and immediately after
ward with tepid milk. Dry the skin
tlioronghly with a line linen towel,ap
ply a light layer of white vaseline or
Knglish zold cream, and after having
rubbed this oil' geutly with Hakes of
medicated cotton, powder the face
slightly with oidinury baby powder.
The only way of gettiug permanently
rid of blackheads is to thoroughly
wash, night and morning, with water
as warm as it can be borne, and then
bathe the face for ten minutes at least
in tepid milk by the aid of a soft and
very lino sponge. Continue this for a
month, and you will liud that your
skin has become pure aud sweet as a
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Health foh the Million:
Outdoor exercise is the salvation of
the human race.
For scaly eczema of the scalp try an
ointment of one drachm of the oil of
cade to one ounce of lard. Apply the
ointment first to a small patch to see
if it agree apply once in two days.
Dr. Swart., of the Bhode Island
Medical society, condemns Water fil
ters. In unfiltered water he found
only thirty-six different specimens of
animal and vegetable matter; in the
same water, after it hiul rnari ti
an old litter, he found hundreds. Un-
ieKs uiiers can tie cleaned daily, he
thinks they do more harm than good.
Writer's cramn is nn nillictinn that
befalls many persons of sedentary
wL-umiuii. j'.uure resi irom me oc
cupation that causes the ailment is a
necessary first step to a complete cure;
but where this is impossible, one may
at times be benellted by wearing a
ruuner oauu around tne lorcarm; hold
ing the pen in an unusual way is fre
quently curative. Use a typewriter
instead of the pen for a season. If
these methods nil I. rrv Hlinu-prlnn. thu
arm alternately with hot and cold wa
ter; inuHsnKe auer me snower uatu is
also very helpful. If no good result
from any of these treatments go to a
physician for severer treatment such
as blistering and cauterizing along the
line of the median nerve.
When Baby wag Iclt, we gave her Costorfs.
When she wa a Oliild, she cried for Castor!,
When the became Illsa, she clung to Casta rla.
When she had Children, she gave then Castorl
GiiUTIOCl: To Our Patrons
Washburn-Crosby Co. wish to assure their many
patrons that they will this year hold to their usual
custom of milling STRICTLY OLD WHEAT until tha
new crop is fully cured. New wheat is now upon th9
market, and owing to the excessively dry weather
many millers are of the opinion that it is already
cured, and in proper condition for milling. Wash-
burn-Crosby Co. will take
tne new wneat luiiy three months to mature before
This careful attention to every detail of milling has
placed Washburn-Crosby Co.'s flour far above all
LOUIS B. SHITHs
Dealer in Choice Confections and
EEEAD AND CAKES A SPECIALTY.
FINEST ICE CREAM I
1437 Capouse -Avenue,
That we will GIVE you beautiful new pat
terns of Sterling SILVER SPOONS and
FORKS for an equal weight, ounce for ounce
cf your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved free. A large variety of new pati
terns to select from ab
307 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
All Grades, Sizes and
Of every description on hand. Prompt shipments guar
Chains, Rivets, Bolts, Nuts, Washers, Turn
buckles, Bolt Ends, Spike3 and a full line , of
BITTENBENDER & CO.
We have the following supplies of Lumber secured, at
trices tbat warrant us in expecting a large
share of the trade.
Pacific Coast Bed Cedar Sbiugles.
"Victor" end other Michigan Brands of
White Pine and White Cedar Shingles,
Michigan White nnd Norway Pine Lum
ber and Bill Timber.
North Carolina Short and Long Leaf Yel
Miscellaneous stocks of Mine Rails, Mine Ties, Mine Plops
and Mine Supplies in general.
THE RICHARDS LUMBER CO,
Commonwealth Building, Scranton Pa.
HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co.
TJ. E. CROFUT Proprietor.
mHIS HOUSE la strictly toinpRriraco, is new
I and well furnishud and Oi'ENKD TO
'1HE PUBLIC THE YEAR KOUND; if
looatod midway bstweou MontroM and Berlin
tou, on Montrose and Lackawannn Kailroad,
six lnilos from D., L, & W. B. K. at Alfurd
Station, and Ave miles from Montrose; ca
pacity, eighty-Ave; three minutes' walk f rum
K. R. BtntioB.
GOOD I10AT3, I milNG TACKLE, Aw,
HIKE TO QUESTS.
Altitude about 2.000 foot, equalling In this
rexpect the Adirondack and Catskul ilouu
tuina. Fine groves, plenty of shade and beautiful
scenery, making a Suinmsr Rosort unex
celled iu beauty and cbenpnoss.
Dancing pavilion, swings, croqnot gr onnds,
&a. Cold Bprlng Water aud plenty of Milk.
Kates, 7 to SIO per week, l.BO par
Excursion tickets sold at all station! onD,
h. & W. line
Porter meets all trains,
NO RISKS, and will allow
PARLOns OPEN FROM T A.M. TO 11 P.Mk
BPECIAL ATTENTION CHVKN TO SOW
PLYINU FAMUM WITH ICE CBBAJM,"
Kinds kept in Stock.
Juniata-County, Pennsylvania; White Dale.
Sullivan County IIeni)ocb Lombertml
Tioga Connty Dry Hemlock Stock Boards,
Elk County Dry Hemlock Joiatsiasd Stud
MINING, BLASTING AND &POBTINa
Mannfaetoredat the Wapwallopen UlUa, L
erne county Pa., and at Wif
HENRY BELIN, Jc
General Agent for th Wyoming, District
Ii8 Wyoming Ave., Ecnntoa P
Third National Bank Building
TH09. PORJX Plttnton, Pa.
JOHN B BNITH A BOK; PtVmontK P
H. W. MCLLIft AN. WOkw-lWrai Pa.
Agents for the Uupanne Caemisal Uuaa
4nrlega biatore. 1