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THE CAMERON COUNTY PRESS.
ESTABLISHED BY C. B. GOULD, MARCH, 1866.
Church Unity and One Faith.
Cardinal Gibbons Praises An
gelicas for Their Efforts.
Catholic Union and Times.
Lauding in highest terms the mem- I
bers of the Episcopal Church who
adopted at their recent triennial con- |
vention in Cincinnati resolutions mak
ing for the redemption of all Christen- i
dom, Cardinal Gibbons said last Sun
day morning nt the Cathedral in his
sermon that it was his earnest prayer
that the day may be hastened when I
there shall be church unity and one
"1 wish to allude," said he,"to the i
triennial convention of the Protestant
Episcopal Church which was held re- |
cently in Cincinnati.
"At the convention the members '
adopted resolutions making for the
unity and redemption of all Christen
dom My brethren, we praise the
members of that church for their ac
tion, because it reflects honor on their
heads and hearts, and I join with them
in praying that the day may be hasten
ed when Christ's words that there
shall be one fold and one shepherd will
"Unity of faith is a most splendid
evidence of the mission of our Divine
.Saviour, and we should have unity of
faith so that all ought to be bound to
gether by the one tie of faith and be
subservient tojone Shepherd—God.
"If there is to be unity of faith there
must be one head, one leader over all
churches, who will guide the faithful
in the path of righteousness. There
can be no unity of faith, however, if
there is to l>e more than one Church
or if there be more than one bead. ,
"Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ
never intended that there should be
many churches because in Holy Writ
lie always said, in speaking of the
Church, 'one shepherd and one fold.'
The church is compared to a vine and
our Divine Lord says that i? any of its
branches are cut off they shall die."
Burton L. Kockwood who is to ad
dress a mass meeting at the Baptist
Church, Sunday evening, is recognized
as one of the real orators of the Ameri
can platform. The title given him on
the plattorm, a few years ago, was
"The Hoosier Hoy Orator." In an in
ter-Collegiate < iratorial contest, Rock
wood won a diamond medal against
eight competitors. That he is no
"sissy pulpiteer" is proven by the fact
that he earries about in the form of a
physical disability, the marks of the
football ground. Here is a chance for
the men of Emporium to hear a man
who can deliver the goods.
An address to the members of the P.
O. S. of A and W. T. U., will be
given by Burton L. Kockwood, of
Franklin, Pa., State Chairman of the
Prohibition Party, a: the Baptist
Church, Sunday evening, Dec. is. We
cordially nvite tIM-sii Organijt-ttiona to
Attend the service. The meeting is a
union--Part of ihe Presby teiiau and
H. 11. UKNT, Paator, P. 0,
"A Horrible Accident."
A fellow townsman whose name is
with held, loot his ticket lor the "«uu
shine Hawks" entertainuu nt which is
to l*e yiven in the Opera House to
night under the auspi. es of the Young
People of the Baptist aud Pre»by terian
how Mtrioun the rtwull might have
hewn, had not one ol Ihu ticket ae'lers
Ihe Bv»t lighti'l CUw lit I'owit.
*d room you aie invtud to call ami m-
Jewelwr. V'»u h> not ti|*Ht. dto boy
rather you wuuhi com* sod |i>4 boy,
HbIUMMa if you OeVef »p«l«tl a wool
Nothing More A... eatable
I Council Proceedings.
Proceedings of meeting held Mon-
I day evening, December 5, 1910.
Members present: Messrs. Cramer,
Haupt, Howard, Mullin, Pearsall and i
Mr. T. H. Norris, President.
Members absent: Messrs. Cum mings j
I and Mumford.
Minutes of previous meeting read j
Report of Treasurer E. I). White
read, approved and ordered tiled.
Report of Chief Burgess J. D. Mar- !
shall read showing the receipt of §32 00
i from licenses granted.
The following bills were read:
WORK ON STREETS;
Pay roll for month of November:
Harry Kike, # 2 25 I
Dan Shugart, 20 60 j
j Pete Kuda, •"> 18
Pete Rosnack, 13 G9 ;
; John Fredette, 10 36 j
Fred Fredette 5 OH '
1 Owen Nangle, 6 60 j
James Davin, 6 17 |
Dan Beisel 3 10 |
Mike Mulchey 3 70 !
Mike Hadack, . 185 j
Wm. Clark, 24 00 j
Fred Logan 00 i
John Piper 8 00 j
John Salona, 7 40 j
Gust. Whitmer, Oct. aud Nov 25 00 |
.James Wright, 2 00 |
A. Murray, 2 0o
Emporium R. V. R. R. Co., Invoice.. 18 00 :
Lee Halderman, drayage 2 60 i
Fred Bliss, Invoice, 17 00 j
A. M. Haupt,..do 9 20 I
Adams Express Co., express, 50
Emporium Iron Co.,- do 276
j Franklin Oil dt Gas Co., Invoice, 11 22
| Bc. Mary* Gas Co., Invoice, 2H $0
jW. H. Weaver, freight and dray ing..... 385
i Cameron County Frew, Invoice, 9 50
I Moved by Mr. Pearsall, seconded by
Mr. Howard, that bills be paid as read :
Ayes and nayes were called. Aye:
Messrs. Haupt, Howard, Mullin, Pear
sall and Mr. Norris, President.
Moved by Mr. Mullin, seconded by j
Mr. Howard, that an order for $lO6, be j
! drawn in favor of the Carleton Coupl- j
ing Co., Camden, Maine, to pay for I
three (3) Anderson fire hose nozzles
sent to Chief of Fire Department. A.
M. Haupt, the same having teen thor- !
oughly tested and found to be entirely j
satisfactory to the members of the j
Borough Council. Carried.
Ayes and nayes were called: Ayes:
Messrs. Haupt, Howard, Mullin, Pear- '
sail and Mr. Norris, President.
A communication from the Board of
I lealth was read.
Moved by Mr. Howard, seconded by
Mr. Cramer, that the report of the Km
porium Board of Health be accepted
and placed on file. Carried.
The resignation ot Mr. E J. .Smith ,
as a member of th<« Emporium Board
of Health was lead and accepted.
Presid nt of Council, T. 11. Noriis,
appointed K. 11. Foibc-s a member of
the B mrd of Health, on account of the
vacancy catiMsl oy tin* r» nKiiatiou of
, Mr E. J. Smith.
Moved by Mr. Mullin, seconded by
I Mr. Howard, that the Council coniiriu
the a '.inn of the Prt -id«-tit in tho ap
member of the Emporium Board of
Moved by Mr. Cramer, tieeonded by
Mr. Howard, that the Borough Treas
urer be authored to notify the pro
perty owuers oil Broad afreet 111 IWI HII
1 Fifth street and the Pennsylvania Rail
road, that the tine for the paying of
th* paving WwMMMineiits will es|»lre
' lieu, •**, lttlO, after which tiioe munici
pal Ileus will be til. • I Carried
' A communication from the Htnte
' Board of Huellh was read.
' Moved by Mr Mullin, seconded by
Mr. t'ramer, thai the common loatiou
from the Ktate Board of Health I*
pl4> ed uu Ule. Carried.
tiovtwi by Mr Cramer, eoeoiided by
Howard, that the Bui gess be r*u|Ueal
«d to r.-haiM I MIS ki.tilling More thau
two In i ihm, tor tlie o, euiug o| the
•treat*, to UIIJ one p»u ,t tut at the
oiiif lion;, mi«l none at all ituiees •tub
I'iuu.h. r or Company ha. tiled th» uec
•***" > " '«l *'»•» '«<•• -"""H
Mo* id ti> Mr I tao.tr, eeoowls-d by
Mr Howard, that ao order tor »•t :at
Ixtiisss 111 favor of the firemen'*
Utllel Awe.< lattou of i.tnporluui ou in
i losorswew •oiopaun-s Cairiud
EMPORIUM, PA., THURSDAY,DECEMBER 15, 19LO.
Ye editor enjoyed a pleasant visit
l from our friend, Mr. Isaac Leggett, of
| Shippen, where he has been an Indus
' trious farmer for so many years. Mr.
! Loggett, will be 76 years of age June
! 18'h, 1911, coming to Cameron county
I Oct. 13, 1858, and worked under those
! good (?) Democratic times for sl3 00
j per month He has resided on West
! Creek for 62 years, being one of best
j farmers in that section. Mr. Leggett
tells us that he used to wagon mer
! chandise from Buffalo (120 miles) for
j Titus Freeman and Moses Lucore, who
! lumbered on Ash Run in 1858 1859.
I He was one of the three hoys who
hauled the Bucktails from Smethport
j to Westport, where they embarked on
; rafts for Harrisburg. Mr. Leggett is
; one of the best preserved men in this
county and few would take him to be
|76 years of age. A true blue Republi
j can that he is, we hope he may live to
j vote for President Taft.
A very elaborate opening waa cele
■ bratfd yesterday, Wednesday, by Se
ger & Company, at their popular store.
In honor of the occasion each purchas
er was prt Rented with a beautiful rose
This is the first time that an event of
this kind has taken place and the store
! was well patronized all day. The
I rooms were very tastefully decorated
' in holiday attire and with many beau
j tiful roses arranged in clysters in vari
ous parts of the store it made a very
pretty scene. Mr. and Mrs. Soger
i have built up n fine trade since they
. purchased this store and with many
' improvements they have made the ap
| pearance of the store is now up to the
j top notch.
Mr. George A. Staples, Supt. of the
E. I duPont de Nemours Powder Com
; pany's works at this place, is the proud
' possessor of a solid gold watch, chain
I and charm, the kind remembrance of
the employees of the Barksdale Pow
der Co., at Barksdale, Wis. Mr.
Staples was formerly Ass't. Supt. of
that plant, over which our former citi
zen and friend, Frank T. Beers, is
manager. The check, $200.00, was a
great surprise to the genial gentle
man who invested the money in a last
ing token of remembrance.
Last Tuesday evening, Emporium
Masonic Lodge enjoyed the largest at
tendance in a long time —about seven
ty-five members being in attendance,
it being their annual election and in
i stallation of officers. District Deputy
I Grand Master, Mr. Joseph Kaye, in
j stalled the new officers for 1911. The
I new officers are: Edward White, W. M.,
i Guy S. Felt, S. D., J. Willis Gaskill,
|J. W., J. D. Logan, Sec'y; Trustees:
! Hon. Geo. J. La Bar, M. M. Larra
bt'f, K. W. (iaskill Emporium Lodge
! is in a very prosperous condition and
J one of the best in the State.
The Sewing Circle of the First M. E.
j Church will hold au apron sale in Par
, sons' Bazaar, rear of Dodson's Drug
| Store, 16th and 17th of December.
The following pupils of Moore Hill
j School did not miss a day during the
third month of school:
Jennie Skillman, Skillman,
i Est her Skillman, Kdna Heed, Feather j
Bolich, Etta Card, Katie Skillman, I
Phoebe Skillman, Klsie Skillman, Julia
i Skillman, Lena Card, John Heed,
(irover Heed, John Bolich, Sandy I
Cl.Alt.v ELJWAKDS, Teacher,
Special Class in Agriculture.
The < Marion State Normal School
aims to make its course ol study use
lui aud helpful. During the Winter
Thrill, special elassee in Methods.
Drawing, Music and Agriculture will
be maintained. It will pay you tu
come to the Clarion Normal tor om
, term's work. Write to the Principal,
Clarion, Pa., for further information j
Il your Christmas preseul has th.i
imprint OI "Mi t 'tjnr UM JlWSlw" on
it <miO HI ml iwund it Is " \ N > i.
the best thai can ho had, and of guar
ant d i.'ilability, L >ok I r the name.
talk About Sleeping.
\\ tsiiul it re like linn wlnu it euilM's I i
klt i piug. Plealy of re*ilul sleep uufc.,
s lesa »it'in, mul vi ;<>rou», su<l it mak..
4 Woman ln|ip> ami U-aUtllul. ||||l hillt
Willi' ii sll'i u.i'M I' tli |ih I uru reittt'ui sleet*
by u.'iii.' Auu. Pills, It i« well kiiuwn
iUi i. iv.ai u.« «u.| overwork j.i. v.i.t
•>l'' p It l» i'plaliy Well knowll that
>. kin. I'ilL I'lndu" dial Jt-ligliiliil r>
Is villus ihal lold-> In - In. >1 11lu 1 - in
Nsiuia s sue* while lliu itwoswiow.
Uml) 'ha*. ii' » lib null vigor. S.Hue
Pill, m It. neifeel IM.I. Th.y m.
gusisnh-t'i Tkej 1...i II a Uu, .i»
l«i*. - #."i aiih lull xuaiauhw iseluseil
A44i. « m .all at » |iiu«; .Slot.
I.iu)»"lluiu wlii lu llii'Jf *ll all tpine i
p,l no. 'ld . and Amu! .«UuU.
be t'ream in Holiday moulds, i au be
had by leaving yuor urdore.
liuuil fIeMW lot .Idle
A liiwdbory Hinuu atiuatej ill goud
,| |'Mk*» oltli «. 4|
Propei I y twi tei«
"Liberty and Union, One and Inseparable." —WEßSTEß.
REV. J. L. BOGUE, Pastor.
Worship and Sermon 10:30, a. m.
Bible School, 11:45, Y. P. Praise Ser
vice at 6:30. Address at 7:30 by Bur
ton L. Rocbwood, of Franklin.
The evening service will be a union
one of the Presbyterian and Baptist
Fit BE METHODIST, FIFTH STREET.
T. W. MURRAY, Pastor.
Preaching every Sabbath morning
and evening at 11:00 and 7:30. A cor
dial invitation is extended to the pub
lic. Revival services will begin Jan. 1
_We desir© the co-operation of well
disposed persons who are at all inter
ested in the salvation of the lost of
earth. We are old-fashioned enough
to belive (nothstanding the higher crit
ics to the contrary) that the gospel is
the power of God unto salvation to
every one that belioveth. God's order
being: To the church first and
through her to the outside. How im
portant then that the church should
wash her hands from all complicity
REV. M, L. TATE, Rector.
The following services will be held at
Emmanuel Church next Sunday, the
4th Sunday in Advent:
There will be an Early Celebration
of the Ifoly Communion at 8 o'clock.
Morning prayer and sermon at 10:30
o'clock. Theme of sermon, "The
World in Preparation for the King."
Evening prayer and sermon at 7:30
o'clock. Theme, "The Beautitude for
Strangers are always welcome at
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL.
REV. J. F. ANDERSON, Pastor.
Morning sermon next Sunday by
the pastor, subject, "The Mess'" l, will
Fail Not." The evening sermcu will
be preached by the Rev. Emory M.
Stevens, District Superintendent.
Fourth Quarterly Conference will be
held in lecture room of the church on
Friday evening at 9 o'clock. A full at
tendance of all official members of the
church is desired.
The Rev. M. L. Tate, Rector of Em
manuel Episcopal Church, preached a
must excellent sermon to young men
last Sunday evening, taking as his sub
ject "Protesting on Possibilities." A
large congregation was present to hear
the Rev. gentleman. Rev. Tate is
preaching a special series of sermons
on Sunday evenings and all are very
interesting. All who attend can carry
home with them something worth re
membering, which will do them good
in the future.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. M. Butler, of Port
Allegany, Pa., have issued invitations
for the marriage of their daughter,
Gertrude Alice to Mr. James Caddell
Moorehead, of Fortress Monroe, Va.,
on Thursday evening, Dec, '27 th, at
nine o'colck, Tho very many friends
of this excellent young lady certainly
extend their best wishes for a bright
and joycus future The husband of
her choice will certainly capture a
Hed Cross Stamps.
The store of 11. S. Lloyd is headquar- i
ters for Bed Cross Stamps. All Christ
mils packages should he stamped with .
these tokens and by so doing you will j
aid a good cause, in assisting the Red ,
Cross Society to fight the dread tuber-, |
The following .Masons attended the j
banquet given oy the Drift wood 1. H Ige ;
la»t rridav evening: Messrs. John T I
II iwsrd, It, M. Mrtjuay, Joe Jordan, !
Max I . lialeoin, K. B. \lcKee, C. J.
< ioodUollgll, Iv \V. (i.tskill, J. Wilis
iiar-kill, lied J. Keim, C. E. i'l isterur, j
It. H. Lyons, (iio. Metsger, Mora J •
II irris, I**. I). White, Joseph Kaye '
Grant S A ten, Hons. G. orgtt J. I.a j
Bar, (!. W, Huntley and I. K. Hoekiey.
I'lte lii.iutiiui I lung in tin- ;
Thai is the most beautiful thing in
Emporium, said a wt II known woman, '
the other day as she »lootl in iront ol
the rase -- I C'lt gl;t ' t at Me' /.gt-r's »*tore
and feasted her eyes on tint beautiful
displa\ prt .« nted, Tliere is nothing
a g tod house wile pridt h herself oti
uion than the appearance uf Iter table, j
and it I' surprising how ittueh a few
|.ii i.•* of tf.*lly good eul glass will .
brighten up a laldit, I'iiliaiielng the ap- ,
I .trance of Hit) linen, silver and china,
dii/.g. i keeps only the choicest line*,
but set s at popular price*. 12 It.
"i'euk's Bad Boy" has always been
the Hlroogiuil magnet to attrait the |u
veitile t lass tu Its uialineea; anil no
doubt this reputation will be fully sits
tallied at the Kmpuimin opera House,
Saturday, Dei, 17, vtliett tills famous
comedy will lie s«*«n
I lie play this WMUII will lis better
than ever, luuuy situations, Origin
dialogues, attractive iiHisital niindji rs.
artiste ally blnuled, making it the
grmlHt of matinee sttra> lion* for the
children ant) equally entertaining tut
(lie older visas
t'olulst tla piauts lu bloom, liui cut
How• i* for <m«1» ('lui.imst aid
fVtMJ fIJUU Position*.
Vt • IIIMMI in le . outtg it. ,1,.» i .1 ,
JOSEPH COOK, aged 22 years, eight
months and fifteen days, died at the
home of his mother, Mrs. C Cole, on
West Creek, Thursday morning, Dec.
Ist, 1910, after an illness of two or more
years, due to tuberculosis "Joe" was
a good and industrious boy—loved and
respected by all who knew him. Dur
ing his long and aggravating illness he
never attempted to lose his patience,
or go against the wishes of the Lord ;
until the last hour of his departure
was near, when he saw the beautiful
light of the eternal Kingdom. He re
marked to his mother. "Mother, I
hate to leave you, but. tho path is beau
tiful." Again he called, saying, "Jes
uits is Good, meet me in Heaven."
Deceased is survived by his mother,
foster father and five sisters to mourn
his death. Tho funeral was held on
Sunday afternoon, Rev'. Chas. Lehman
officiating; interment made in Sanford
cemetery. Six of his school mates aerv
ed as casket bearers. The family ha ve
tho sympathy of the community.
*#* / K
S. 13. MURKY, aged 42 years, three
months and twenty days, died very
suddenly ear' - ' Tuesday morning, at
his residence, Allegany Avenue,
after an illness of only a few days.
For several months lie had been in" a
serious condition. The immediate
cause of his death was pneumonia.
'd was a son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Murry, respected citizens of this
place, he having resided here most of
his life. For many years he had been
engaged in the hardware and plumb
ing business, being an expert work
man. He leaves a devoted wife, three
small children, an aged mother, three
sisters and three brothers to mourn his
death. The funeral will be held from
the late residence Friday afternoon,
Rev M. L. Tate, Rector of Emmanuel
Episcopal Church to officiate. The en
tire Fire Department will attend the
funeral, Mr. Murry having been Chief
of the Department years ago, also a
member of Citizens Hose Co.
The sympathy of our citizens is gen
eral for the afflicted and faithful wife
(who is a daughter of our respected
West Creek citizens, Mr. and Mrs.
John K. Morrison) and fatherless
children. The Fire Department sent a
beautiful floral offering.
Miss Myrtle Moran, of this place,
will become the bride of Mr. Leo
Hayes, on Wednesday, December '2Bth.
The bans of marriage were announced
last Sunday morning for the first time
in St. Mark's Roman Catholic Church.
Both of these young people are well
and favorably known and have hosts
On Wednesday, December 21st the
wedding of one of our most popular
young ladies will be solemnized. The
husband of her choice is an industri
ous young man of one of our neighoor
ing cities. We bespeak for them a
Rev. Rogers Israel, I). D., Rector of
St. Luke's Cburcb, Scranton, has ac
cepted the position of Bishop of Erie
Diocese of the Episcopal Church, of
which Cameron county forms a part.
The consecration will take plac*» at
Scranton during February next. Dr.
i Israel is a very able gentleman and we
| believe will be popular with the people
| of this Diocsse.
Bargain Sale ol Fine China.
In order to make room for new
I Christmas goods, 1 have decided to dis
j pose of my entire line of tine French
| and German hand painted and decor
-1 ated china, regardless of cost. Begin
j ning next Friday, every piece of china
, in my store will be offered a just one
I half of the regular price. This will
! be an opportunity of a life time to get
; high grade china at al.Host give aw.iy
prices. I'IIIMB early and get first
12-U. GEO. MKTOUKK, JK.
Evtry periormer who takes part iu
"Peek's li id Boy," as it will be presell•
, it u at tho UUTI.I Iluusa, Sutuiday Dec,
17, i» a particularly versatile player.
I..tch person in the enst is absohitly
necessary to the working out of the
general story .111-hie of the play, and
ill addition, each inciiilter ol ths cast is
'■ailed upon to contribute tome kind of
inter|Hdat<-d specialty. These p«r
, torment are, lor the most part, recruits
froui the rank* of vaudeville where
many of them have been prominent
for > ears.
The siatcialties contributed during
the action o| the play are funny ami
musical. A number ol the artists are
liaiuUome girls who, dreoswd in their
expeusire govt lis, makn the stage re
splt'iideul during the time they are
The pictures uf the BON Air Sanato
riuiu at Bradford which are pa»»e par
touted oil glass and are seen on HIT
show eases IN the town store*. were
Uiade by patients at the Bou Air Hana
toriiuu. Tin- patients at this iuslilu
lion assist lu the work lu whatever
way it Is possible lor them tu do so,
sud Ihtty UTILIZE IHT-lr exeri IIMT as far as I
tiuty can b> making Ibis work a sue i
II m, ittaluuig as do thai
the North We»lt-ru \utl Tuberculosis
LA>aguu sustsilis a L>st« ul II (MIR week
i. « (41 lull I whitfk Is made up by won
u.a.le in im mbtunbips at >*.
Adtlrw*. k 1,, >AF» MI 'AU
TERMS: $2.00 —$1.501N ADVANCE.
First National Bank,
At the close of business, Dec. M, 1910,
TO OUR CUSTOMERS.
That we applet i ! jour putroiiUKC, your loy
alty and steadfastness, fully as much as you ap
preciate the help we have it time; been able to
furnish you, i?oes without saying.
However, we want to take this public method
of thanking you for past patronage and. with
full confidence that this patr mage will continue,
we pledge you our best endeavors in the future
as you have had them in the past.
Wishing you an increased measure of Happi
ness and Prosperity for the year 1911.
SI.OO Starts an Account.
30 INTEREST PAID ON SAVING BOOK
0 ACCOUNTS AND CERTIFICATES OF
mmmmmmmmmme ma mat ■l v< ifflr-wawMwan—
DR. LEON REX FELT,
Rockwell Block, Emporium, Pa.
DR. H. W. MITCHELL,
Office over. A. F. Voßt's Shoe Store
Emporium, Pa 12y
Emporium Opera House
Saturday, December 17th, 1910
The Greatest Farcial Success
A Musical Frivolity sparkling with
Originality and Comedy. An all
6-Feature Vaudeville Acts-6
Prices '2sc; 35c and 50c.
Reserved seats now on sale at H. 8.
Emporium Public Schools.
Monthly report for month eudincr
Dec. 6, 1910:
Number of pupils enrolled during
term, male 306; female 350; total 656.
Number ot pupils enrolled this
month, male 285; female 335; total 620.
Average daily attendance for month,
male, 266; female, 314; total 580,
Average daily attendance for month.
.; male 95; female 95; total 95.
Number of pupils present every dtiv
I Number pupils tardy 55,
Number of tardy marks 104.
Number of visitois to school 90.
Miss Bessie McQuay's and Mr.
Edgar's schools had no tardy pupils
! during the month au<l Miss Barker's
I niul Miss Guynej' i schools, only one
Don't Overlook This Feature.
In the hurrv of set".- it f'hr ima*
Wll ■ . >ue im-
I porta lit feature of reliability in any
thing you give as :t | resent. This is
| best illustrated in this way: The House
of Met/.rfer the Jeweler, was esinblish
, >il in 1863, and any present bi ariug
tin imprint ul this establishment, lias
reliability in the broadt *t m use of the
word guaranteed to it. II vou should
receive a gift that WHS bought at this
estuhlislni.i ni, that dot* not prove
absolutely all that it was n commend
ed, you will confer a great favor upon
the proprietor by bringing it haek and
j allowing us to lu.tkt it >ati -i. etory.
42 It. M HT»IKK till JEWKI.KK.
I'lte I nivemity Society will meet
thin Thurso i\ H uiiii/, at O'l UN-k in
tin- HepublU in Club ii .u, over the
K Pi. V»I I KKK, Leader.
I dealre to aiiiKHinee to the public,
that 1 have a Uue ol buleo nay and
straw; also C>>al and wood. I >.ll\ erie»
Ito all parts if town I aai al-<<> pre
parud t«> do all kiiuK of dra> nig
W S Ci vak. East Emporium.
Phone, lu E 4.
Kuunrt The Hlavt
For • good HtylUh Suit, Overcoat or
Kalneoat Made to lit right, at the
, I <w«»t prices Call or addrtw*
C. A III.MM,
I llle ol Iwo U slim, nitlmr driving or
working loaui, hi tilling .jou or -.am
Must be Hold at one* Tiituii H'MWIII
able Apply at I'ln - ottiee It II
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