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MIFFLINTO WN. PA.
yEPXESPAY, SEP. 13, 1899.
i 'i ERM8.
giTBSCBirTiox $100 per year if paid
'ngient advertising and local
ice(l 8 oentf a line.
Deductions will be made to those de
aling to advertise by the year, half or
Bitcklen's Arnica Salve. ,
Senator Hertzler was in town on
Mrs K K. McMeeu is visiting in
Dr. King's New Discovery.
Miss Lulu McClellan of Altoona,
ia vititintr her parents.
The Indians at Port Royal fair
are the great attraction.
A philosopher says, you can't be
happy if you are jealous.
Buckien's Arnica Salve.
Miss Alice Miller of Belleville,
is visiting Charles Earnest.
Mr. and Mrs. Elder of Iowa; are
visiting Miss Margaret Elder.
American horses stand the cli
mate of the Phillipine islands.
Lnde Snyder has entered the
Gettysburg College as a student
Dr. King's New Discovery.
The pntatae crop in the vicinity
nf !U-Hiiehfm. 1'a.. is a lanre one.
Mis. Harry of Altoona is visit
ing her mother Mrs. II. G. Diet rick
Buckien's Arnica Salve.
A good many people from Juniata
Countv attended the Iewistown
MissLora Posthlewait of New
ton Hamilton is visiting W. H
Recruiting for the United States
Army is brisk in Altoona says the
Dr. King's New Discovery.
The next national encampment
of the G. A. R. will be held at
It costs $1 a minute to talk over
the telephone from New York to
Mr. and Mrs. Dean of Harris
burg, is visiting Mr.. John Hollo
Dr. King's New LifePills.
Vhv are some cashiers like
irnns because when they go off
they are loaded.
Mrs. Fred Bishop of Washing
ton. 1). C. is visiting her mother
Mrs. Ellen Allison.
Miss Netta Todd of Harrisbnrg
-and 3Iiss Alice Todd of Pittsburg
are visiting their parents.
Dr. King's New Discovery. ,
Mrs. Allert Hackenberger and
-daughter Mable, have returned
from a visit to Philadelphia.
Main Nipple and sister have' re
turned to Shippensburg Normal
Southard Robison of this town
TMioered the Presbyterian ronrch
in Port Royal.
Dr. King's New-Discovery.
Five Gutshall brothers are" mar
ried to five Shuman sisters in Cum
Samuel Baird formerly of Tus
c iroi-.i Vallev now of Iowa is visit
ing his friends in Juniata county.
The latest cure for hay fever is
a cud of water as hot as can be
ru-mIIowpiI with a teaspoonful of
salt in it.
Dr. King's New Discovery.
Citizens of Huntingdon county,
-are talking about forming a com
puny to drill for coal oil in Jack
Miss Mary McMeen of Fayette
townshin. teacher of School 4, has
taken up house-keeping with a sis
ter and brother.'
Dr. King's New Life Pills.
A ii il ill tier of Odd Fellows from
this place attended the Odd Fel
lows' re-union at Adamsburg, Sny
der county, on Saturday.
Ceo V. Meyers, of Liverpool
I'eirv County, raised a potato, one
whole potato, not a bunch of pota
toes, that weighes 32J ounces.
lr. King's New Life Pills.
The tobacco crop is large and of
line mialitv in Lancaster County
Tlieie are a good many acres of fine
tobacco in Juniata County this year
At a number of school houses in
Juniata Countv. the stars were left
floating during the continuance of
lite G. A. R. encampment at rnna
delphia last week.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. .
Mr. AdolDh Elder born in this
town, but who the past 3rd of
century has lived in the west
has come from his home in Iowa to
visit old time friends and kin folks
A woman balloonist at Hunting
don lost control of her parachute
and came to the gronnd so hum
that a lesr was broken. A man
balloonist at PiinxsatawnV, JefTer
son county, lost control of his par
achute, fell to the ground and was
Dr. King's New Life Pills.
me location r gambling dens in
ine Mountain City. Perhaps, the
police see more than they are cred
ited with: "None so blind as those
who will not see."
Mrs. Christian Sieber who with
her husband moved to Indiana
about 18 years ago is visiting rela
tives in thiseounty. She Haocom
panied by her daughter Miss Nan
cy bieber. Mrs. Sieber is visitine
Mr John Stoner of Fermanagh
Samuel Rowe formerly of Juni
ata county, son of Eli Rowe, who
used to farm the Wright farm now
the Moyer farm north of town, is
visiting old time friends in his na
tive county. Mr. Rowe now is at
the Soldiers' Honie.at Dayton, O.
He was on a trip to the G. A. R.
encampment at Philadelphia.
The farm located just where the
valley road intersects the pike a
short distance on this side of Mex
ieo, was offered at public 'sale last
Saturday. The farm belonged to
the estate of Mrs. Jerome Thomp
son, ueceasea. Long ago it was
known as she Seiger farm. Amos
Smith bid (4,500 for the farm:
Jerome Thompson paid $9,000 for
the farm. The bid of Smith was
not taken and the farm ss vet for
diphtheria and scarlet fever scare.
The daily average number of
freight cars run over the Middle
Division of the Pennsylvania Cen
tral during the month of August
was five thousand.
seemed to be in his boggy and gave
his fingers and hands ana- arms a
tinging sensation as if be had bold
of a battery. W. H. Zeidera in Pat
tenon felt much like BenoU on ua
subject- The bolt, the lightning
and feeling seemed to be everywhere.
Wayne Oaveny, who not many "a Washington sires a mm irom
years since lived in this town came whw noli was, tne experience ox
from his new home in Kewton, PP , -7 ul!
Kansas, to visit his old-time I iL T
friends in Juniata. 7 , 1 HT -
u imueveu a uuu iu uwwu
eronnd wire on the pole opposite Ed.
Mifflintown post office at the close Bartlev's stable. The incandescent
of business, Saturday evening, Sep I lamps were burnt out in many places.
t ember 9, 1899, were for U Koss, and the cracking hissing noise
Juniata Stove Company, Hellen in the houses scared people of weak
nerves, bnt amidst it all people were
not hurt and little or no damage was
done to property.
formerly of East
Waterford, but now a distinguish
ed . newspaper correspondent and
financial correspondent at Wash
ington. D. C. spent Sunday with
his friends Mr. and Mrs
A death by lightning is recorded
by the Mount Joy Herald thus:
Doctor Andrew Martin was struck by
Joseph lightning and instantly killed in the
eeuar or ma noma, timing mjo bmu
on Saturday evening.
Doctor Martin lived with ms sis
ter Mrs. Fanny Lindomnth on the
cemetery road at the edge of town.
The Doctor always assisted bis sis
ter with such work about the house
as he could do, and as was his usual
The Filipinos keep up the war. In custom preoeeded her with a lamp,
. a. .a a a a a A V '
Wanted A man to cut wood.
Call at this office.
A heavy rain soent its lorce over
this town on Friday evening about
abaca ef a fatally.
November, if not earlier, the Ameri
can lines will be advanced ,
Tbe Tuscarora Telephone Com
pany has taken out a charter to ex
tend its lines into 19 counties.
New Yorkers declare that when
Dewey comes to town, they'll have a
parade seven miles long for him to
Mr. and Mrs Frank Rohrer, of
Harrisburg. were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Banks, last Friday and
A good many farmers are sowing
wheat this week. A number of farm
ers will not sow this week. They
call this week "louse week," another
name for fly week.
Adam Huffman, a member of the
Huffman family that at one time
flourished in Slim Valley north of
Arch Rock, with his wife is in from
the west visiting friends in town and
A newly bought horse last Satur
day showed bis capers by Lucking
and throwiecr Boyd Bergy while
traveling on Cherry street. Boyd
remounted tbe animal as it notning
James Horning, who years ago wss
well known as one of the efficient
Pleasant literary tales based up
on lacts. notes of travel, political
notes, local news of all kinds, court
proceeding?, humorous notes, ser
mons, notes on foreign affairs of
importance, all pass through a
weekly newspaper during the per
iod of a year, and all for one dollar
Is it possible that you are a house
keeper without a county paper,
Every man of intelligence, and
progress takes a county paper,
Subscribe for the Sentinel and
Altoona Tribune, September 4:
Blfftt Hodges of Millers station, re
turn to his hojoe Saturday after 37
years' alence. In 1862 he left his
wife and family and went west to
seek his fortune. For a time he
wrote letters home, but these sud
denly ceased. His wife, lelieving
him dead, married again. Her
second husband died two months
ago. Hodges had leen mining in
Mexico. His wife received him
with open arms and the couple are
happily united again.
The Prohibitionists of Juniata
'o.. are hereby notihed to meet in
Convention at Mifflintown, Pa., in
the Orphans' Court Room, Sep'r
19th at 1.30 p. m.. to nominate a
county ticket, elect a county com
mittee and transact such other bus
iness as mav come before the Con
All who are interested in the
party are urged to attend.
John . lmener,
S. E. Koontz, Co. Secretary.
Bloomfield Advocate, Sept. 6:
Tuesday evening, of last week, in
attempting tostring the wires of the at
long distance teiepnone across me
KSquare, In this place, - the wires
crossed the electric light wires, ana
in pulbng them taut the insulation
of live wires was worn through,
causing the telephone wires to be
heavily charged with electricity,
the result was that hve men were
wore or less seriously shocked
One man was thrown tothi ground,
falling on a stone and breaking a
rib. Another man was on top of a
pole when shocked, bnt fortunately
recovered himself in time to avoid
pitched headlong to the ground
The men were warned before they
commenced work, but did not heed
4A turnpike sailor," came this
wav a day ago and stopped long
enough to relate a new snake story
He decared it to be a true story.
The thing took place he said out
while she carried somethings left ov
er from supper to the cellar.
They were standing omy a lew
feet apart when there came a blind
ing flash and tbe doctor sans siowiy
to the ground. The lamp dropped
between his legs and was extinguish
ed in tbe fall. His hair and eye
brows seemed to be ablaze and Mrs.
Lindemnth brushed her hand over
his bead to extinguish the flam of.
She did not at first realize that her
brother was dead as she had not felt
the slightest effect of the stroke. She
hurriedly got another lamp and des-
ended to the cellar again. Horror
stricken where she found her brother
a corpse, she hurried to the home of
Mrs Leonard Frank, her nearest
neighbor, and tbev returned to the
house where other neighbors and
friends soon followed.
The current entered at the chim
nev. which it rouosrea to tne stove
pipe and the stove, tbe doors of which
were thrown open, ana tnrougn. one
of the stove feet to the floor. It
passed through the floor between a
crevice Li the boards to the cellar
where the Dr. and his sister were,
and did not even singe the carpet
Doctor Martin was standing directly
under the stove and the current
struck him on the head and passed
along one side of his body to his
Fmrmrttm Jteweefr frsaeeatlf'
While k Is considered by saaay t be a Kitoey
Blade Medicine, it as Just as certain to care Dyspepsia. CcaitlpaH .
autism, scrofula and Scsema. This is because II frst pats the KMasya la
healthy soedluoB. so they caa sift all imparities frost
Healthy blood practically means a completely healthy
Here Is a letter from Mrs. Cast. Pmm B-Aca,ef
H. T. : My haabaad was troubled with his kidneys,
fearfully with shootiag pains through his back. Me
Dmrld Xeaaecfy's FvoxUMnu4y, and
fa new well and strong. Although
esvsaty years of age, he is as hearty as
a sua ataay years younger. I was so
troubled with Dyspepsia that it
painful for me to walk.
My food did me ao good,
as my stomach could
aot digest ft. Somebody
Xcntedjr to me, and after
taking two bottles of it
I was completely cured,
and am feeling splendid
sew. We both attribute
ear good health to Tmrorttm Remmdjr."
It is prescribed with unfailing success for Metre
Troubles, and for the Liver and Blood it is a specific
It has cured many that were beyond the aid of other
medicine. Ask your druggist for it, and iasist npoa getting ft,
subsutate. It wul cost you $i.oo for a regular full-siscd bottle.
Compio BotOo Frco
If you want to try Fmrorite Jteas.ee before bayiag, send year fall peeV
offloe address to the Da. David Kinnbdy CoaroaAnoa. Readout. M. Y.. and
mtnlien tkii pmftr. They will send you a free trial bottle, all charges prspeld.
This geamiae offer is made to prove to everybody what a wonderful asediciae It la
Desl take a
hands of tbe business firm of Sulouff shoes, but it is nowhere any evidence
and Stambaugb, is tbe guest of Mr,
Henry Scholl. Mrs- Horning accom
pames her husband, lbey were in
from their borne in Indians, visiting
A Wilmington, Delaware prescber
was made to smile profusely when a
groom present ed bim with a nice fat
check for $10, but the next hour the
that it entered the ground. His face
and one side of his body were scar
red as if with a hot iron. Death
must have been instantaneous.
There was a wreck of a freight
train going west, at noon on Satur
dav. at Port Royal. The axle broke
under tbe fifth freiehtcar back oi tne
engine, and before the train stopped
The ooly up to-date Clothier io
mi l ORAUGH & SON have in
their Fall and Winter line of Clothe
n and it is now ready for lnspec-
You will find they are not
at anpan in mi it-, uul liicv ci
V Ml A mi . - --7 J
so ahead in Qaulity.
They simply ask an inspection ta
prove their assertion are true.
HOLLOBAUGH & SOW.
11G MAIN STREET,
Dreacher was wont to moralize and twelve ears were pded, crushed, ftuu
K . ... -i I i i v a . i iL.l
sermonize over the smiling, aouoie-1 lumniea over tne iour tracu at um
dealing depravity of some people, I place, thus completely obstructing all
when told at tbe bank tbe check is ireigbt ana travel ny rau. uunng
worthless. The groom has no ac-lthe number of hours that were re
quired to clear tne wrecs irom tne
Iteaaing, rm., sept. . aiy vuu I rm 4v: : K
grant tbat my brother and I die to-1. BstJ-t bliBt, in
A tnil nutiT rood have been boucht at 8chott'a recent vtut In If ew York Mart
at. at iuat the riht time and at the riiht srieea. so we sell vea theae cocas at tbe eld
AUTUMN NOVELTIES in Dren loed: Venetian Cloth, cheviot cloth, Ladles'
Cteth. Broadcloth for the aTlUh tailor made suit. b(ek crepons This beautiful fab
ric for One dress skirts will be more siviun tnis season man ever, we snow 70a laese
ice selections from 60cta to $1.00. We also opened up line linings for these stylish
snits. Ton will be pleased with oar large assortments.
The New Golf Csoes- '
Tb.y are called Golf Capes, but are net menope ised by golphf rs. In fact tj jse
beautiful garments are now regarded as an indispensible feature of every well.drea.ing
woman's w-rd robe. The pew capes are stylish and handsome are chick and charming
ud nrices are in for evetv Bersoa We will sell tbem for $1.00, $5 00, SS.ee, fee.
Jackets and plash enes wilt again be very stylish this season, only the shapes
and makes of them are different, we have them opened up tor yenr selection.
Misses anl'cllUa's reefers in tan aid fancy cloths trimael with soutesh braid
j .hn a,ii. Riwd as an early call.
wmmm'm Mit. i4 Wirti. lsaalT. s'Tiun, reasenao e pricea. perrecuT lauer
made, a few styles we received.- ,
Bed comferteis. bay sow. Highr h""" -
Mttana. ka.ia winaa mm tmm (e a ysrd: worth 8c.
ui..w ..i. t ...ik. .muib alwava. all wool, half wool and sentheta wol
Whoa we tell of what it to asade of r??2!l?2JS:Jhi jSS-gkfiw
" WW Wl W. WWk tm WWJ W. f . r -rfi
Fine fleeced eeUoa k lanketa full nse sad at the bargain price or W
getherl" were the words often Utter
ed by Mrs. Catharine Goodhart, aged
72 years, of this city, and the wish,
which wss also expressed by her
brother. Isaac B. Adams, aged 76
years, has been fulfilled.
Nr. Adams died at noon yesterday;
while his sister lingered until 7 o clock.
John Sample, who lived in this
town a half century ago, has been a
visitor among his old time friends
within the past week, lie was on
his way to Marietta, Lancaster Co.,
from which place he came to Mif-
flintown. His home is in western
Illinois. There are a few men in
town who knew him. Among them
Squire C. B. Horning, John Etka,
John Uopelana, Julias norning,
George Goshen and Daniel Panna-
The sheriffs have been notified to
the air caused by tbe constant run
ning of cars. A dead stillness pre
vailed several hours on Saturday, it
is not said tbat the road in tbe vicin
ity of the tower at Port Royal is
hoodooed, but accidents do take place.
A few years ago a freight tram loaded
with a nice herd of hornless cattle
from the west, bound for Liverpool,
England, was wrecked at or near tbe
same place. The wreck of tbe tram
upset the tower, and tbe teleprapn
operator ran for his life, as he never
ran before and as he has not since
run, and as he hopes never to run in
the future. Colonel Wilson Cramer,
deceased, was tbe railroad official in
charge, the wreck righting crews
were under bis supervision. He was
making an effort to keep the cattle
from straying away, and was telling
the men what to do. tlis position
destroy fish baskets. Perhaps the was on tkVtop of a freight car that had
T m. I aniwK earn hA iiwnc n I nn SnimslO
the vallev a few miles. He was
coming along the road by a house,
The man of the house was by the JT Tu. V "Ifo , was caught in the crush. The animals
roadside. The sailor stopped ana . , , . it The fi8h were without horns, bat tey could
naked the way to 31ifltintown. , . .j t ,i;;;r,.a ; bump bard, and some of the men
While fhey talked a large eopper- favor of claB8e8 jh, miDCr and had been bumped and were begin
head suake began to eross the road. manrjfaoturer empties his poisonous n,nS to a,llUle ""J oflfle 1uar
1 ue wuuiuru i""t stuffs into streams and depopulates
rail and delivered a stroke ou the them o figD anil he unmolested in
suake. In au instant the snake big wholesale destruction of the fin
disgorged about .'$0 little snakes ney trifc38 cf the waters, but when a
from her mouth ai4 they wriggled men living on the banks of a stream
about in the road. A dozen or m which the fish are hving sets a net
more got themselves into a wagon 0r basket and catches a few fish, be is
pounced upon by tbe minions 01 tbe
law. Kepeal tne nan law.
Wm. Wright the efficient street
lamD lighter of fort Royal was in
rut. A rod away, a uog, a pup.
was an earnest spectator of what
was going on. He had laid down
in th wacon rut. The dog was
warm, he was panting and laid his tow OQ Friday and toW of hU
head with his mouth open and ton
trne out in the rut ahead of him in
T . . . .a . V 1 . . . 1 .
the direction mat tne mue tsuaKco
The snakes saw the opening
and before the dog understood it,
thev were down his throat. The knows the spot The well was sunk
sailor said when he left, the dog 6ft feet. Salt water was found. Un-
ws the wildest animal he bad ever fortunately the drill got fast in the
well and at that early day they bad
not the means of extracting it, and
a r umhor of fHrls emnloved in the the enterprise was abandoned. The
friends how long ago a well was drill
ed to find salt The well was drill
ed along Lacking Creek somewhere
between McCulloch's Mill and what
now Leonard's Mill. Wrigbt
knitting factory are becoming expert place where the drilling was done is
A-L-;nrr tnitiirnr machines. ' I a natural salt lick to this day, he
Joseph Jtfarlio of Pitteburg came
to town upon tbe saa mission 01 i
the funeral of bis old time
friend K. E. Parker.
A number of Juniata people paid
a natural salt lick
Last Friday evening when the
lightning was scaring neivous people
in Mifflintown, it was playing havoc
in other parts of the State. It was
to tee the Phillipine tott st the ZJZ
riranrMtr'a nicnic. but did not know
that they were faked. They laugh
intrlv say "it was a good show any
David B. McDonald of Harrisburg
waaatricken with paralysis. When
taken into bis bouse at Harrisburg,
k; if MmA of shock. They were
tw,f k hnrini at Harrisburg on Satur
dav. September 9.
itVuuui A. Foltz. who has been edi
Mwrw . t
ter and Lebanon counties, barns and
houses were struck. Near Lebanon,
George and John Fox, and Mohn,
were fishing, when tbe. storm came
thev hastened to shelter in a near by
barn. A bolt of lightning struck the
barn, killed two horses, and severely
shocked the mn. The barn was set
on fire. Two daughters of Jacob
Brubaker started to go to the fire,
before they reached the building
they were knocked down in tbe road
The post cannon would not shoot
while in the grand parade of the
G. A. R., lant week. It did itself
proud in camp, bnt when on par
ade the most killfnl irnnner in the
post could not iret it to work. TJp-1 wHth the outside public,
on its arrival home it was all right, j not BDnt up tbe publie schools
It was disappointing to the post, tne disease has run it course in
they expected lietter things of it. 'community. ' '
ir end nronrietor of tbe CbamDers- k. Usrhtning, and lay unconscious
burg Public Opinion the past 30 1 alia ungeen in the mud and ruin sev
years sold the paper to J. M. Bunk ersJ hours.
on cash terms. twutor 011 r There was an ear piercing peal of
master at ChamPersDurg. thunder and a blinding flash of
If scarlet fever and diphtheria is 10I ijghtaing during the down-pour of
to serious a nature a. so J rain on Friday evening. Where the
rain on Friday evening.
Quarantine of a man a family .-nut-1 holt oame down im not known. It
seemed to be all over the town at one
and at the same time, on both sides
of tbe river. Alton Scholl was driv
ing to town on tbe bill toward Pat.
ters with the steers. Tbe steers
ran to a certain place along tbe line
for more freedom, Cramer detected
the break, and he noticed that John
Fasick. a veteran railroader, was the
nearest man, and he shouted John
"run and head them, run." ' Yes,
shouted Fasick I am running, but
thaw rnn factor than T MD " "No.
you are a good runner, you can beat I
tbem. "1,1, answered xasica, j.1
Delemater had run half as well as
tbe black e"moolies," he would have
won the election." There was a
laugb all round and the steers went
on with the stampede.
THIS STORE SETS THE PACE.
O 0O0 O
THAT'S WHY YOU LIKE IT.
Things are never dull here; never stupid. The fall life of the store aJ
was has a cheerful weloome for all oomers, snd shoppers are quick to decide
w . IT a. ftV sT.aaxl awm Ana W Aw
in favor 01 tbe ureat v aiues 10 oe iuuuw w .
Antnma Garnets: a fine seteeriea. Onr enstoosera kae what te expect here,
bnt the certaintyhat prlcrs rnnat seoa g- higher provides go id reasons why bayera
bdouhi preaiBtiy use aavant.ge erprtseni pnees.
BABOaiM DAT Prices as long aa they last. Call quick:
iM yards of Ginghams at fo, alightly stained.
600yds ot ginghams at 9cts, perfect goods, good strles.
500 yards Lancaster Ginghams at 6c. Isling price slonld be 7c.
1000 yards of nanslm net tri.il wide at S to 4c.
1000 yards of yd wide maslia Tor 6c, elegaet grade.
Bleached mnslins at same proportion low prices.
1000 yards of cood Calicoes attic not less than 10 yards.
6000 yds ot ind'go bine, black aed faacy calicoes still at 5cts.
A couple doaen shirt waists at 19ctaand S6cts are 60ct goods.
A few dimities, organdies, lawns at c, gc; worth 12i and IScta
FOOrWKAS: Men's Fine Shoes, more Stylish than over.
$6.w City made shoes for $3.50, St.fO city price shoes lor$1.00.
ft.60 city price shoes for S2 and S2.60, aad a good ahoe lor f 1 26, $1 40, f 1.76.
Ladies Shoes: Several styles of pateat leather and top cloth . very stylish. These
shoes are all vicl kidd aad tip the same, and common sense toe heel, always ao eom-
forteble the S4.60 style for 6.00 and $3.26; then a 4 aeon a.aoog shoes, McKay, torn
Welts forSi 60; then another shoe for $2 00 aad $1.76 and seats real lae dress shoes
for 91.26, $1.60; also the heavy every day shoe for $1.20, 1.23, 160 and 1.76.
Little men's and little girls' shoes for school and early fall wear fresh from Fae
torv, broad, comfortable ahape with goodtseles, will give best of satisfaction 1.00,
103 TO 109 BRIDGE STREET,
MIFFLINTO WJV, PA.
'- 1 1 1 11 1 - ii ir-- waBBwaw.
awauuuuftawaaMaMrvKr. 1 1 in im a
-,-t, -1 t-a TTfi. " A cially Selected Stock of
Kancpc, Cook, Parlor
Horse Blankets and Lap Robes.
LAMPS, largeand small.
Come io aodlook around. We'll
make you fel at home.
We have the largest Stock ens
Store in tbe eoonty.
K. H. MXUNTIC,
fliTETOH OKEI TO DEPOSIT?
ARE YOU A BORROWER ?
77" is Dr, Humphreys' famous
Specific fur tbe enre of Grip and
Colds, and tie prevention of Pneumo
nia. All druggists, 25c.
M ALISTEBVIIXE MEWS
Jtfrs. Joseph Kaufman who has
been sick for some time, . died on
Sabbath morning. Funeral on Wed
nesday afternoon. ' Interment at the
Jacob Eichman and wife, of Can
ton, 111 , are visiting in this commu
nity. May their visit to their old
homes and friends do them good.
Wayne Caveny, of Newton, Kan-
sas, was a visitor in our town several
days last week. '
Banks McAlister and family of
Montoursville, paid this place a short
visit last week. y
Our schools open to-day Monday.
Young Americans are out in full
Comrade Moore, S. I. McAlister
and son, were, to Philadelphia to the
O. A. R. encampment last week.
Joe Laurer and wife spent Son
day in ThompsOntown with friends.
E. D. Himes and wife attended
the Odd Fellows' re-union at Adams
burg. The MeAlisterville band furn
ished the music for the order of this
place and Thompsontown. t
Mr. E. L. Jamison, who has been
unable to be around is getting weak
er every day. -
Dr. Jacob Gravbill of Newton,
Kansas, is visitine bis relatives and
friends here. His father moved west
whan ha was auite small. He still
remembers of his old home north of
town known as the John Y. Shelly
1866, ESTABLISHED. 1890.
Special Invitation To The Public
To attend the Attractive Sale oi Clothing that goes on daily
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