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Mr«. Muj - Bailuy is on the si k list.
Miss Ethel Hart left on Monday for
Klpira. N. V , whore she will attend
business <mlJe. ; o:
Frank Patebell while euroute for Du
B is iin Monday, lost his pocket b ok en
the train. 11 eontainee about one thous
Herman Erhard, who was called home !
a couple of weeks ago on account of the |
seiious illness of bis father, has returned j
and reports l.is father better.
Mrs. S. V. Mitehel, who has been suf- I
fering from an abscess,expects to undergo !
an operation on Wednesday.
On Monday morning, about 2 o'clock
John R. Hicks' farm was discovered to
be on fire. The barn was enveloped in a
sheet of flames when lir-t discovered. It
contained a large amount of feed, wagons
and agricultural implements, three cows,
one calf, and a large flock of valuable
chickens, all of which was burned. The
origin of the fire is unknown, but is be
lieved to be the work of tramps. The
loss is estimated as 82,000, insurance
Jan. 4, 1911. b. e. w.
•'Liar Jordan has accepted a position
as janitor for the Huntley school.
•Hub" Smith can be seen most any
evening out with his bronco, giving the
girls a sleigh ride. The young fellows
don't have any show now, since Hub
arrived in town,
A. W. Smith says that the pair tree
owned by Johnson, that he picked 50
bushel ot pairs from last fall, is now out
iu full bloom.
Lon Duell has resigned his position as
assistant forman for W. \V. Johnson.
Miss Bessie Billings is visiting friends
in llenovo this week.
Thomas Kailburn, of Fourth street, is
putting up an ice house at Renovo this
week. He expects to run an ice cream
parlor next summer if he can get the
Wyside schnol teacher to assist him.
The United Lumber aud Coal Com
pany expect to begin operations at
Huntley soon, Mr. Philips will superin
tend the business.
Wayne Nelson was a Diftwood caller
Henry Hill, of Grove Hill, was seen
on our streets on Friday.
An oyster supper will be given at J.
E. Johnson's on Friday evening, tor the
benefit of the Huntley Baud. 10v cry
The I'uion Sunday School of this
place, will elect officers next Suuday,
Jan. J5. Let everybody turn out aud
make the election interesting.
On Wednesday last Mrs. S. P.
Kreider aud daughter, of this place, spent
a pleasant day at the heme of Rev. R.
W. Runyan, Sinnamahoning.
D. Clinton Colebaugh, of Lancaster,
called on Normal friends at Driftwood on
Dr. Corbett, who has been ill for sev
eral days. 1s much better.
Miss Botha Kreider was in Dußois
on Tuesday and Thursday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bower and daughter
Leola, of Castle Garden, spent a day of
last we k at Wyside.
S D. McCoo'e, while handling some
goods at the station, slipped and fell
against one of the trucks and was quite
Mr. Cordie. of Sinnamahoning, was in
town on Tuesday evening.
Dean Thompson was in Emporium on
A party of young people consisting of
Misses Maude Callahan and Edna Mit
chell, Messrs. William Spencer, J. K.
Kreider, Archie McDonald and Mr.
Cordie, attended the dance at Emporium
ou Friday evening.
Among those who attended the dance
at Hicks Bun on Monday evening of last
week were Miss Maude Callahan,
Messrs. William Spencer and tlarrett
Mr. and Mrs. V. Carlson, of Renovo,
spent Sunday in Drillwood.
Mr. Albert Meed left on Saturday for
his home in Kast Brady, where his
brother who was seriously ill. He died
soon after his arrival.
Miss Nellie Wliitinir, of Sterling Hun,
gave a party to a number of her friends,
in honor of Miss Rotlui Kreider, who
was her guest on Friduy evening.
Miss Laura McDonald, who has been
suffering from a sprained ankle, i* Jo >t
yet able to attend to her school duties.
'■rant Dimes, who has just returned
from Medix Bun, is now ill.
No One tixpects It.
Without tin; use of Sex ine I'ills a
weak or run down per-uti cannot expect
to become thoroughly strong. Sexine
Pills are the Mrone<Mt and surest tonic in
the world. The price is *1 a box -u
boxes ffl, with full guarantee, Vddrcs*
or call at Dod- iti's Drug Store, Eni|*in
urn, Pa., where they sell all the principal
reiu"die» and do not substitute.
From our Regular Correspondent.
More sleighing. Another chance for!
our youngjpeople togo to Sterling Hun.
J. .J. Considine, Supervisor of the I*. j
A: K. K. H., and Assistant Mr. ltussell j
of Driftwood, were business callers in
this place Tuesday.
Isaac Wykofl returned home from
Potter county Saturday, and is spending
a few days iu this place at the homo of j
G. L. Page, signalman of this place, I
was a business caller at Emporium Tues- I
A. A. Sruith, signal foroman of -Sterl- i
ing Run, was a busiin ss- coller at this |
The K. G. E., held their regular
weeklymeeting in their hall, Saturday |
evening, with a good turu out. liej
boys wish to sec a bettor turn out at the
next meeting, Boys wake up.
I'M. Olarii is making all kinds of
momey this winter, by working iu the
jnines by day ami trapping by
He has up-to-date 17 .skunks. 21 musk
rats, four foxes and seven woodchucks,
not counting the squirrel and chipmonks
he shot on the way to his traps,
i Our ex-champion seven-up player, J.
W. Harvey, was again badly del'eated by
W. G. Bagley, of Sterling Run; score 7
to 1. It is rumored Mr. Bagley wants
Mr. Harvey to play a game with his five
year old daughter, but our champion's
nerve failed him. What is the matter
.Jim, when our amateurs beat him? Mc-
Faddin says he is easy to beat.
Miss Laura McDonald, teacher of the
Grammar School, who has been off duty
with a badly spraiued ankle, for some
time, returned to her duties on Monday.
J. \Y. Hurvey was a Sterling Run
caller one day last week.
(.'aider Brick & Coal Go's engine was
down'shifting ears, getting ready to ship
brick for the spring trade.
S. S. Hicks, of Britton Hill, was a
caller in town Saturday.
Sheriff Norris was a business caller in
Benj. Dayton, of Sterling Run, was a
business caller in town Tuesday.
Mrs. Wm. Ledons and Mrs. Howard
Burlingame were callers in Emporium
The Liars Olub held a meeting one
day last week and Champion Frank Sul
livan sprung a ghost story, when the
members disbanded until the next week
w. x. y. z.
Miss Bertha Fulton and Mrs. Nathan
Silin spent Thursday evening iu Em
Mr. and Mrs. Wheaton and son, visit
ed in Emporium over lastjSunday.
Miss Munsell spent several days with
Miss Helen Counsil last week.
Wm. Piper of llenovo, spent some
time with his wife and family at her
Mrs. Inez 11. Truby, of Brush Valley,
is visiting her brother, Rev. R. W.
Miss Nellie Huntley, of Emporium,
spent Saturday with Mrs. Strayer.
Mr. Tony Fulton is transacting busi
ness in Emporium this week.
Harry Ensign spent last Sunday in
Emporium with friends.
Miss ltena Wykofl" visited friends at
First Fork last week.
Mrs. V. A. Brooks visited in llenovo
Miss Clelln Caldwell has returned
j from visiting friends at Huntley.
A number of people from llenovo at
j tended the P. < >. S. of A. banquet, Mon
J day evening.
Meetings were held in the school house
last week l>y Rev. Hall. Rev. Shares as
sisting. Meetings were transferred to
the Rich Valley church, Sunday, and to
i be continued for some time.
Ethel Britton Sundayed at home.
Ernest Hotisler and Ed. Cool were
taking a vacation* Ed. visited the city
Wednesday and Ernest Thursday, of last
P. A. Levis ltd Henry Carter nIU
on friends on West Creek and transacted
| busiuess iu town Friday.
Lor a and Helen McClenahan arc again
| attending school. Both young ladies
were very siek last week.
Walter Smith transacted business in
the city Friday and Tuesday.
Kveral llousler and V M Dow visit -
: ed the city on Saturday.
Mrs. Clius. Itarr had the misfortune to
] fall and break her left arm near the wrist.
last Saturday evening. She was taken
; to Dr. Heilmaii's office curly Sunday
morning and had the fracture reduced
and is getting along us well as can IM- ex
Mrs. Florence ('mil has been quite
i siek for some time.
J. W, Lewis and Henry Carter trana
acted busings in town Monday.
V. M. Dow was quite ill last week,
but is better again.
Mrs. Annie llousler enjoyed a deigh
j ride Suuday,
Mrs, \ ine SwartwoiMl and Mrs. Vuuii
White visited at Mr- McCleuithso *
Suuday aim Mouday.
After visiting it ih> bone I In- niece
CAMERON COUNTY PRESS, THURSDAY, JANARY 12, 1911.
January Clearance Sale
$5.00 <ight colored Ostrich Plumes. 75c Taffeta Silk 26 inches wide; 18k Excellent quality 36 inch Bleached
Best quality, 15 inches long CA quality- In Cadet blue and Mcotton, soft finished for the needle Tfj
Sale price, each VmbVW leather color, brown. Sale price yd "fvV Sale price per yard /2 Q
A Hani berg Embroidery, 2to 3 QfJ E Men's heavy leather mit- 1-4 Off regular price on all
Jj 0C inches wide reduced to per yd Ov vllv tens. Sale price per yd fcvv | single prs Laee&Ruffle Curtains
Short Fleeced Kinvonas r!!,.!™! 1 Ladies and Misses Coats Extra Good Bargains in
Reg price. .. . 50c, sale price . . .39c All #25.00 Coats reduced to .. . .*16.75 rv p ,
H 1 ° 1 All 22.50 Coats reduced to - • .'. 15.00 LireSS UOOdS.
Reg price .... 59c, sale price . . . 47c yvil 20.00 Coats reduced to ... . 24.50
Reg price. . . . 6,0, sa.e price . . . 5 ,c *« £* ££ reduced to . . . .
Rig price . . . 18c, sale price . 7 0 c A]] x 6.50.50 Coats reduced to .. . . 12.50 a JJ Remnants at 1-4 off from
Long Fleeced Kimonas, excellent quality All 15.00 Coats reduced to . . . 10.00
and stylish patterns. All ,3.50 Coats reduced to ... . 9.25 regular price.
All 12.50 Coats reduced to ... . 8.98 —...
Reg price. . . M.oo, sale puce . . . .83 All n. OO Coats reduced to . . . . 7.98 36 inch Wool Dress Goods in light gray,
Reg price . . . 1.19, sale price . . . .92 All 8.75 Coats reduced to ... . 5.98 -1111 11 u 1
b 1 .1, n 11 mixed or black and white or brown and
1 *tp solp nrir-p nS All 7. so Coats reduced to . . . . 5.00
Regpnce. . . 1.25, sa e pr.ee .. . -«jS > white check. The regular 50c M
Reg price . . . 2.00, sale price . . . r.49 quality, sale price |,VV
— Ladies and Misses Suits
An odd lot of small colored A 1 $25.00 Suits reduced to sl6. Jsa.oo Black Broadcloth, sale price $1.50
• 1 ni 11 T* All 22.00 Suits reduced to 15.00 r -5° Navy Broadcloth, sale price 1.19
Ostrich rlumes and lips All Suits reduced to. 12.50 1.00 Myrtle Green Broadcloth, sale pr .79
Regular prices from sl.s° to $2.50 per All 16.50 Suits reduced to 11.00 1.25 Urown Broadcloth, sale price . 1.00
bunch or feather. < _ All 13.00 Suits reduced to <>.qß t > t> Iwi ' 1
IUA 0 1.00 Brown Broadcloth, sale price . . .78
Sale price ■ v All 12.00 Suias reduced to 7.q8 en T> iwi i •
1 ' ' 3 .S5 Brown Broadcloth, sale price . . .68
Mens Soft Shirts with Men's Black Fleeced Best quality American Best quality Flaneletes
collars, the regular 50c Sox, the regular 15c prints, light navy or j in stripes and checks
quality, sale price 39c quality sale price ll c grays s!^^r ei,,s 6c | Oc
25c Children's Knit Golf Gloves Flexible Flyers Less than Cost SI.OO Children's extra heavy
All $2.00 Flyers reduced to $1.25
in small sizes onlv. Blacks ah 2.50 Fiyeis reduced to 1.66 Scotch Tam O'Shanters
All 3.00 Flyers reduced to 1.98
and colors. Sale price pair Ilc *^^or^i g hi„our.toch,oc,oseout 3^
1-4 off on all our Q 11 TII |k| T Emporium's 20 per cent.
CHILDREN'S K |\lll H 111 F Greatest on all our
COATS i*ULIIIILj Store. FURS
Mrs. Solvesoo, Milton lirilliu returned
on Tuesday to Rich \ alley, where lie
stays with Mrs. Moore, another niece.
Mrs. S. M.-Housler has been ill the
Winnie Chandler attended the oyster
supper held at Frank Craven's reeently.
Mrs. Solveson and Clendon Moore
visited the city Tuesday.
Carl Cromwell had his ankle injured
quite badly Monday, by a piece of coal
John Kbersole ut Emporium was a
visitor in town, Sunday.
Mrs. Wright of Erie, was the guest o
her mother Mrs. llerrick, this week.
Lulu Lewis was a visitor at Emporium
Mrs. Geo. L. Smith oi' Driftwood, wa»
the guest of Mrs lit nick. Tuesday.
C. <l. llowlett was a visitor to Drift
James Moore lost a very valuable cow
MOL day by following on the ice, breaking
Kd Whiting visited his family over
Mrs. B. K. Smith returned to her
home at Kidgway, Sunday, having been
been here several weeks on account of the
illness ol her mother-in-law, .Mrs. Samuel
Mrs. ('. A. Dice was a visitor at West
Flora Cromwell left recently fur Drift
wood to work lor Mis. Gleason.
The Ml. llop<' Coal Co., blasted out
vine rocks along their railroad Wednes
Hurt 8K1.1. .
Hon. Johd A. Wykoff attended license
court on Monday.
Joseph Suuimcrson of North Bend is at
home this week. suffering with a luiue
•lantes Walker of Kenovo. is visiting
with IVieud* this wo k
Anion I tin net went to Willi.on-port to
vi*il John I'..ley at tie liu-pitul whose
cane i> very selious,
Mrs. (it'd, Hill ol Diilt* ><< l wa* a
visitor on Tiwwlny.
Mrs W. L. I'ntn and Kihel Smith
were at ih< county *'ai li-t Monday.
Mr* Martin li< Ideu has i- iutn i fr«m
her \ i-it at Kinporiuiu. IW« lIM<MNI and
The owner* o| Hunter * lli »t went out
on Moutlay and dismantled the building
as it lias been harboring illegal hunters of
late. Some men cannot appreciate a
good thing when they have it.
GHIIIC Warden Smith routed a party
|of hunters lately. They found the hide
1 and blood where one deer had been shot.
Arrests of the guilty parties will soon fol
Hunter's Rest was a nice warm eauip,
built on lands of Barclay Brothers by
several of our citizens tor the purpose of ■
hunting during the season and left open
to accomodate any oue who happened
that way, but not for illegal hunters, so it
had to be torn down.
Jos. R. Kinsley was a visitor on Mon
Mrs. tico. 1). Mead visited at Renovo
Prof. Thos Kilburn of Huntley, was
a caller at Wyside, Sunday evening.
The Keystone National l'owder plant,
at this place, is running full time wjth a
lul crew, working on the big government
Rennie and Krma Bennett cauie home
from their visit at (jaleton.
Win. HuH of Keating was a waller
here on Monday.
It looks as though Sinnamahoning
would be a dry town after April first as
we understand that the license applica
tion was held over.
"Win" Summereon left with his best
girl last week for parts to his j
family He leaves a wife and eight
children to the mercies of a eold winter.
Some parties say they havi all the
meat they want by just going after it.
t Ither parties -ay they get a nice piece of
meat every once in a while and dou't
have togo after it. They are pretty
('aiup. 12-, I'. of A., will hold
their installation of othccrs on Tuesday
awning. They are looking ahead fur a ,
Washington Camp, No lllti, I'. t). S.
of A., held their installation of officers
on Monday evening. District President,
11. It. Ilaverly, <>( Kenovo, accompanied
by twenty-four member* and the drum
eorps ol Camp vs were pn-ent. \tter
the installation .t • Hi • • 1 by ,\|r. Ilavcr
ly, the members listened to some fine ad
dres.se* by the visitiug Members and a
few selection* by the drum corps, after
which the Camp adjoiirued to enjoy the
retrenhmeut*, which was served by the
committe* asrtMed b) *i-ier* of Camp
No ijJ IV O. ol A. Vfter refresh-
Utelils llie lime W«s six lit iu Speeches,
singing and music by the drum eor|* un
til train time, wheu the visiting members
lift for home with many hand shake<
and pltanant is«*<«l nichl* With an tamest
invitation lot Csmp I'Ml lu vi»it I 'amp MS
iu Ihe |t<ut lutut I I'. 1 were 81 at
Ihe bs lit|Uet .1 ii'i all had a gtssj time.
Bert Ciose butchered a line hog Fri
Mrs. K. Fisher, who has been quite
ill for the past week is recovering.
Mrs. J. C. Skillman visited friends in
Emporium Fi iday.
Telegrapher L. R. Burlingatne was a
business caller in Emporium Saturday.
Telegrapher J. F. Sullivan, of Em
porium, is working first trick at Howards
for a few days.
Telegrapher Geo. Mattliewson was a
business caller in town Friday.
Mr. A. Kresge, of Dußois, is conduct
ing an extensive log job here this winter.
The timber is taken to Chas. Spanglor's
mill on West Creek for sawing. The
logs aie being hauled by the home teams.
Mr. James Reed, of Moore Hill, was
taken to the Kidgway Hospital early last
week suffering from liver trouble. We
are glad to hear that he is resting very
comfortably at this writing.
Rev. Lehman, of the Cameron Circuit,
is conducting a series of revival meetings
in Sterling Run, Cameron, West Creek,
M lore Hill. Howards and Beechwood.
These meetings are being well attended
and much good is being done in this
Worthy work. Rev. Lehman is a true
christian, a splcudid speaker and an
holiest and laitlll ul worker and is loved
am! respected by ull.
Irving Mc.Manus and George Arnold
were Fmperiutu callers Saturday even
Geo. C. Arnold, I'. K. K. trackman is
off duty at preseut with au attack of grip.
George Andrus secured a wild cat
Saturday and another on Sunday.
WWkm 11. Jaibff our ■ 11> t...fit.■
, woodsman and farmer, is doiug a line
business this season supplying the good
people of Emporium with stove wotsl,
which he is cutting from his timber lot.
William has purchased the Siople prop
erty and intends to conduct extensive
farming operations during the coming sea
sou, aud also will operate an up-to-date
poultry farm agisted by Mr. Clayton
Toner. William is oue of our broad
guage farmers aud reads the rites-
Success to him.
Thomas Jalloti killcti a latgu wild cat
'ii Mi lie Hill Saturday < vcnin. Ih* -
animals are very numerous this season
Mi»» Ethel Fisher look the l\ II 11,,
examination tor telegraphy at Iteuovu,
Monday. Mi » Fi»her ha* mastered the
|irofetw>lol» aud her sUCt'en* is lew ill id.
Her man) (fiends eitiutl congratulation*.
Julio * liatclicider, ol Stuiiuiiiahouing,
itud J bn J< rdau, of Huntley, called 011
t (iterator Sulliyau, at the tower Satuiday
tliey art* working on a new prcpaialtou
Arthur B. Hopkins has accepted a
I position as teamster lor F. J. Norton.
S. W. Berfield lost a valuable cow re
| cently—%e are sorry tor his misfortune
Mrs. Frank Maurer, of Emporium,
spent Sunday with her parents.
! Fred Norton's foot-bridge was destroy
ed by the high wind Sunday bight.
for bear bait to use next fall, which
; promises to surpass all former efforts in
! that line.
L. Andrus while bringing a load ot
logs from the woods to Spangler's mill
Saturday, broke the tongue from hi
sleigh and was forced to abandon the
load until assistance arrived.
Section Foreman John Lawson, of
| Beechwood, called on Operator Sullivan
at the tower Saturday.
A sleighing party consisting ot youug
people from Truman and Beechwood, en
joyed a trip to Kinporiuui Saturday even
Prothoootary \V. J. Leavitt, of Ern
poriutu, spent Sunday with parents at
Clate ToWDei and Herman Close are
the champion dog trappers of this vicin
ity, having trapped two line specimens.
; oim' belonging to Toner himselt and the
u ther to Operator Mathewson. There is
j gome talk of a closed season ou this
jsp ies of game during the next lew
year*, to give them a chance to in
crease in numbers, they being somewhat
scarce in this sectiou. T<> help this good
cause along Mr. Bert Close has seven
uiiO pups about four weeks old, all ot
the right s> rt, which we understand he
is willing to contribute to the tood cause.
Anyone wishing one will receive same by
dropping Mr. Cloms a card. I*. S.—Bert
says this otter only holds yood for live
days so don't delay.
MaMer George I'iper, of Kniporiutn,
attended revival services la>t Saturday
evening. llernuu Clum* aceompauied
him li'iine, Sunday morning, and at
tended M. K. Chureb and Suuday
Mi** Kiliel Ki*lier took » huoiui < i rip
to Kouovk >'ii Monday.
Mr*. John I'tper anil t»n children, ol
Ktupoiium, »|h*m Saturday oiuht *iid
Sunday with Her pareuU Mr. and Mr*.
SeVt*ml from Wilt t ie' H atteuded - I
vice* hurt Saturday eveniuw al*» Mr*.
Mutiny, ol Ktupoiiuut. NV« tt« liaviu
«IidIIiHI uieetii), - aud a 1 »<!• ndanve
Vino* Kresge lia.i *«ura team# liau
tnu U<* to the WuM I'rwli un