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mparts that peculiar lightness, sweetness,
and flavor noticed in the finest cake, short
cake, biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc. , which ex
pert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable
by the use of any other leavening agent.
Made from pure, grape cream of tartar.
ROYAL BAKING I OWDEH CO., NLW YORK.
Tue- i iy...
Trox el villi
aeho U Tu
lessi i siriiurt and wile ol
visited - mie ol our
-! iv . . hir kind friends
,n-iiiji hive not yel
nr. 1 1' ol
ste ler ol
day . . . .
WUS iii town on
Su inetord was in town t i i
Yotractcd ineeliiig is till
is and the prospe it tor con-
t,ii a wniic vet, ar
;e Walker ol Worth- j
i ,and Win. Walk- i
er ol ileavertown pud a short visit
to your scribe Thursday being on
tin ir iv.iv home from Mverpn i
Mrs. .1 leoli Fn e !
Mr-. .1 ilin Tobias
visited ' tolvin Deri
1 1 liauglit t,
Mrs. C. K
( Iraybill ol Franklin vis
es in town Friday nfter-
soon . . . . W.
a ess ; riii to Ii
I . dill m i
Mrs. U m. Speohl and Miss Ada
Howell ol Hcavertown v i b i I e tl
friends Saturday ... .The Snyder
County Agricultural Society held
their first local farmers' Institute in
Ihe grammar school house, at lax
touville Saturday, Kb. 1. Th
following program was rendered:
UtaMuf hfeloooe, bj Wm. F.
Howell; Response, by A. M. Car
penter; The Object of Farmers'
Local Institute" was lirst discussed
bv John F. Buyer. In his addri ss
he statnl that Snyder County has a
weak agricultural society, andcoin
pured it to some other counties. I le
contrasted the ideas of the people ol
the past with those of the present,
and said that we musl keep abreasl
ot the times. The question was
then discussed by J. I. Wetzel, John
S. Kautfman, A. M. Carpenter and
M K. Hassiturer. The next Bubject
which was the education for the
farmer w as discussed by the follow
ing persons: John F. Beyer, M. K
Hassinger, Jacob Hetrick, John
Kaufiman, A. M. 'arpeuter and J.
P. Wet el. I he next BUbjecl was
"Methods and Time of Applying
Manure" opened by A. Shambach,
followed by others. At 1 P. M.
Institute adjourned. The evening
session was opened at 6:30 P. M.
Meeting was called to order by the
president and firsl on the program
Was "Query Box." Next subject
"Potato Culture" was discussed by
M. K. Hassinger, A.M. Carpenter
and J. S. Kauflman. "Dairying'
was disciihsed l J. Kauffuian, John
W. Walter and A. M. Carpenter.
"Docs it pav to raise, wheat at the
1 . ' .... i i i
i!VfCilt price . was o pencil o ii.
1 by .1.1'. et
rned at '.i A.M.
About the weather the ground
luig saw bis shadow, but I guess he 1
wan It uled this time. He thought
jt won! I stay cold, but at the pres
ent writing it is warm ami pieasam
.M. Millner, wife and children
of Kant, were the guests ol J. I'.
Nftugle's Sunday. . . .Quite a num-
U-ro people are BicK
an old preacher who preached some
years ago, in this vicinity, w1 1 1 move
into his ow n bouse near Aline 111 the
near future. He intends to retire
from preaching the remainder of
bis lifetime. . . .The Republicans of
Snyder County should all vote for
Editor Wagenseller tor National De
legate at the coining primary elec
tion. I suppose we will have a full
turnout of voters that day.
(fa Tore LaUrlppe In Two Days
Take I.a a 1 1 k Uaoao QunrUDJ Tabucth. All
,,,.,.nirlntH reltmd the money II It falls to cure
K.W aaovs's signature on ever' box. Kc, lo-r.-e
Josepli Wagnei i ' to
sawing ii'" lumber for hi-new
il.i- u, V' itii Howard letei
giue aud I'Yuiik Winder's mill...
liarlcs Wagner is getting ready
iii. ml school at Williamsoort in
lew weeks .
Dr. .Mitchell of Me-
( llure has lieeii so
i our streets at
a very early
wants of the
sick Samuel H.
mother in-law, Mrs.
Martha llainesof Huntiii
t v expects to move to our
r future L. A. Jenkins
is making preparations to su
the hungry with relresiunenf
i t 1 1 1' llllolll' .-ill.' III!
, newlv invented table i
All von have to du i- to pas:
I dime, and he will do the rest
It has been reported that 'Squire
Howell is slowly improving. Hope
j he may eontinue so. ..John P. Fisher
has up to date received thirty-one
j dog-, five being bull dogs, Ironi dit
lereiil parties ho are after lii ten
yards ol sausage. A-the reward he
ofiered for his lost dog, John says he
will prosecute the next manuntes be
has the rigllt dog. It cos! a dinner
for man and dog every time I.
J. Steely and James Peter spent last
Sunday in Mifflin county, visiting
Daniel Kerstetter who has been sick
for the past few months. . . . Levi B.
Treastcr has been engaged in the
lumber business witil J. M. Wagner
.... Vote for (i. W. Wagenseller
and the whole Republican ticket. II
leorge has half a chance to get you
a position in Washington at a salary
of $5000 per year, you can rest as
sured it will be done. lie is like
the dog that turns around twice be
fore lying dow n. The dog was asked
why hedidso.His answer w as," )ne
good turn deserves another"
Mr-. Aaron Mover is spending a
week or so in
Lias fli 1
An Editor's Life Rayed .t inuniirr-
Durina: the early part of October.
ion: I ,,'.I,1 ,.nl.l vvliiel, ,
settled on my lunrfs and w as neglect- ,ome )(w (ayh 'pnL Misses
etl until I feared that consumption .. ,. . .. .,, ., . .
had appeared i . an incipient state. NIilll.,,k 1,1 Shaniok.n are being en-
I was constantly coughing and try- lertained by their aunts, Mrs. Kant-
ing to espel something which I could ner and Mrs. Wallace I). W.
not. I became alarmed and after:., , v ,, , ... .,
Kivingtha looal doctor a trial bought (, M' ,., Norwood below Pbilada
a bottle of Chamberlains Cough delphia is circulating among friends
Remed) and the result was immeaij in town and vicinity,
ate improvement, and after I bad
used three bottles my lanes were
restored to their healthy state. B. 1 McCLUHE.
S. EoWABiis, Publisher of The He-
view, Wyant, 111. For sale by All , v , , , .. ,
Druggists. I J ion t lorgct the editor s liiiine at
I NION TW1'
V. 1 . Brown of Shreiuer spent
niicday of last week with his friend,
K. S. Staid Henry Foltz ol
it present staying
t. ... da Staid was
with his sons hei
mingling among friends at S anbury
,er Snndav Samuel Snvderhas
oi.etied n hoot and hoe renair slum
"r 1 r
at Eclipse. .. .Election is drawing
i ,i IIJ.j rni
near aud so are the candidates, iney
say about the first tiling one .earns
to make in this life is a mistake...
They say that drinking to your
friends' health may have a bad ef-
feci on voiir own nev. .1.11.
M:,i,,. and wifefthe blintl evangelist)
ug a very successful
nu,ail r hew .mJ
ting here and gaining many j
warm inenas. nave arone 10 renns
Creek, Fa., to continue the goodjwl friends in town on Saturday
work Since everything is pros-1 j. Jker purchaseda stave mill.
peringand improving, especially our pj
public school system, why not try j i think I would go crazy with
to improve the nip.nager.ient of our pain were it. not for Chamberlain's
poor people in the shape of a poor f Ji
farm, or a poor house J Ins would , j;fflioted with rheumatism for several
greatly reduce expenses and after a ! years and have tried remedies with
while would be self-sustaining. This j out number, but Pain Balm is the
........ .. .. .- hHt medicine I have sot bold of."
siiouid, 1 tniuK, nave me attention
of our taxjiayers.
( loo late for hut week's mue.i
Mrs. E. B. Killing- of TmoUh), i
' ' I
N I I . I
..).. who lias lieeii visitinir ber
.1 i . i. i .1
.....ill... -mil til..,, - tiif l mini i r..
i.i i i i '
t i i-i t ii nr hnme on MoiiiImv...
II. V. Alheil and wife of Well
I ion a iv welcome quests at II. Bcn
ner's. . .Pres. Ileisler was at t.'ar
lisle filliug a pulpit there anil
workiugtor the interest of Suaque
hanua U Diversity. Henry Bonner
who has been out of town bridging,
returned home last week iorafiine. .
Dr. Focht preaobed two excellent
sermons Sunday, one on Christian
Education, being the anniversary of
the day for prflyer tor colleges and
the other ou the C. K. work. . . .Geo.
Fisher, an aired citizen, died
Thursday and was buried on Satur
day at Shamokin Dam. He was
aged about 88 years. . . .Miss Kate
Breharl lell Saturday for Hanover,1
where she will spend the rest ol the
winter with her brother, Charles and
family . . "Ye Thamard Club" nave
an entertainment in the Opera Bouse
las! Friday evening lu a well
tiileil house. Ihe eutertaiumeiif
was excellent Mrs. H. D.
Sch n ii re and daughter spent Sunday
among iricads at vVilksbarre, Pa.
Tills week's news.
Miss Yoiingmau ol Adamsbiirg
was a visitor al Hiram Sigfried's
home several days last week
The Junior class ol the University
enj oed the trip to Miduleburg, and
ihe Hauoiicf gotten up in Carb's best
style. Prof. See. E. Fisher and
li. Benson were the chaperoucs...
John Hane til the Isle of Que died
mi Friday morning and w as buried
on Sunday afternoon Miss Kale
Wagenseller of Hali&X spent sever
al days with her mother. ... Mrs.
( 'oniSehtiltz(neeSchoch) and daugh
ter of Johnstown, Pu., are visiting her
mother, Mrs. Henry Suhoch. .M;s
Lillie has had an attack of erysipelas,
iiiit weareglad to learn she is im
proving. . A Women's Relief Corps
auxiliary to tin Post was organised
on Thursday ol last week w ith about
!10 charter members. . . .Mrs. Prof.
Yutzy attended the funeral of her
sister, Mrs. Fvans of Spring Mills.
Centre Co., last week. . . .The new
bell ol All Saints Chapel was hung
mi Wednesday. The bell has a fine
tone. . . The ( 'ollc'c ( ilee and Man-
.Win Clubs started on Tuesdav on ".ver spent Saturday in.Sdinsgrove.
a tour giving concerts, this trip go-i 1(K'al s,,1,s ofAmer-
ing Up the West Brunch. . . .Hev. S"8" a l01 1:lst
McLain latended the sjieiial meeting ! evening. .J. J. Pawling, our
of the Board of Directors of the i P' couieotioner, having been
University on Monday and Tuesdav ( aU lvr Mrs. Chas. Rotish ol
of last week Rev. W. H. Hil-t-Mtddleburft with- her two sons,
bish of MeOlure speut several davs sl,l'"t Suuday with friends in this
with his father-in-law, W. J. Luts P,ace. Choioe valentines can be
and family C. E. Lutz bought 9600 ia Btore8 our young
J of the three story brick house 0f folks believe in following the old
D.W.Crouse. He will continue his S:l""'s ('"st,1"- Lincoln's birth-
barber shop in the present room ,(la-v WM i commemorated by thedis-
Miss Ella Hendricks of Banbury is T.l:l.v ".' & il,l1 appropriate exer
.:iim.(i.u ;......,., w;n cises in the public schools. .. .The
nwiiHa uivmub in lonu m iii
D, .ii. ... ii.;i...i..i.a ., vi.,.,
i iiiiiii. mi ivti i 1 1 1 i.i' it 1 1 in 1. 1 moil-
i . i.... r a i ti .1.
na luoruuiK . . ivev. . o. i men
ha's received a call from a charge in
the western part of the State. . . Ben
Oppenhenner who is employed at
Snul Imil ,nr,rV in I Mm In, 1,. ..!., -m w al
the Kcpiililican primary election..
Israel Young is on the sick list..
'"" , w2 I oeen nsea in tens ol tnousaada
daughter dined with Francis Stime(of eases without a single failure so
I v's mi Sundnv ( J-ih'ii Vnenm of i ,ls xvo have been able to leain. It
'. " vjdicii x ot urn oi . oro,,n hni whan ,,ivU.,
Herndon spent Sunday with his 2S. ' '
uncle, Abraham Holsluie. ... W. F.
Howell ourchased James HoffhesJ
I J ' I
property last week Bessie Snv-!
't... 1 I , ...i' !
uci -JIV..IV k.'...v...f iiiiiiiv.... i. ,11 i,
ii. ...l ,. ITfak. ...,.l i
mci wh iuu unn anw ouraiu-
ed the horse sale at Lewistown on
Saturday Dr. Herman and A.
Krecgerof Middlehurg were seen
0n our streets Saturday Mrs.
lni Dreese and daughter spent a day :
with her parents last week. . . .The
Sa eof Win. Jin Iman was we a -
tended and things brought a fair
,,riw .. .Frank Felker left for the
blu,feflw Stnt Ilst Fri,lav Mrs.
15,R.;:m; State last Friday Mrs. ,
w MonK.k nt AHaenahnm vU t. 1
0 DI)liol.tion MHeves the pain.
For safe by all Druggists.
1 "c FP."8
I til I II lilt' IO III tlllf til II I' IM
, , ...
restarted farmers and citizens ol the
place, Henrv Mover, who hail bi-cii
lingering at a dread disease for a
long time until Monday of lat week
when the end came. The
pie all ereatlv svmpnthie
the bereft mother and children, lie
was a consistent church member and
on the day of I. is funeral his many
friends came to prove their affection
toward hint, ( )nc hundred and twen
ty three partook ol the things which
were served for the last time in his
name. . . . K. M. Coleman made a
trip to Middlehurg ou Wednesday.
i i w. :.. i i.'..: ...i.'.i
lis. l 'l . iTl l oi l.lie ilieiioeii
tlie funeral ol in-r tamer last wii K.
. . . .Some of our iteople attended
the funeral of Mr. Haiti at Selins
grove, Sunday. . . . F.ra Meiser ex
pects to go to Snvdertown to work
in the near future I. A. Aurand
was seen burying his old dog "Shcp"
Saturday. He was born in 1SM1.
....We. ill wish Jacob K uster a
speedy success in tin selling of his
real estate. . . .Geo. M. Wituiergot
a new supplv ol iroods....F. C.
Scott Miller ant
got bird di
lereii lor that cyclone which missed
uunoticed. and auite a few of tin
young fellows were after it Saturday
night. .. .There was a carpet raj
party at Geo. Mull's on Saturday
evening. . . .Teachers' semi-monthly
institute was held Fridey evening.
. . . Dr. Bob, how about that fifty-
two cent tiirkcv and one featherei
guinea at the party?. . . .Revs. Haas
and Uensler officiated at the obse
quies of I lenry Moyer.
Will L. Basslcr and wife are at
tending the Musical Convention in
Centre county. We feel confident
of being well represented as the vo
cal talent of Mrs. Bassler is well
known ... .Miss Grace II. Mover
lias been sneildiuir several wet
i with the family oi Prof. BJf.Apple,
Sunbury. . . .The Freeburg Orches
tra, assisted by the vocal talent of
i this place, will give a concert in the
Opera II oiisi'. Sat urdiiv PVHnincr.
nt 1 . 1
...... ii. . . 1 1 ii iiio .ii Moi.iui
will be rendered .... Miss Florenci
Kmiiire House was the scene ol a
Vcrv nleasant event on S.-ilonfiv v.
. i - .
(,,il,t - r' il ,'a"l,, t having M-en given
K the FHowb of this place.
' " !'1 ooui i.i. v
meiiiUis and friends participated.
1 luring the banqueting they were
entertained by the Fremont Orches
tra .... David Strawser received a
letter from his son, Francis, who it
enlisted in Co. II, 2nd Batallion Ma-
rines, Cavite, Philippine Island,
There is no lntti r martialna tnr
the babiea than Chamberlain's
oukIi Keaiedv. Jts pleasant taste
anil proiniit aiul ell'ret 11.1l ouraamaka
it ,t favorite w,th mothers and small
onUdren. It quickly cures their
CiillL'llS and I'n h. tin. v.. utin. f n,,.n.
nioiiia aud other serious eonse
Illlences 11 n kll Plll. .ilinin un.l
j uueuiWB, ll ItlSO CUM s OrOOp lllKl
an son as ids eronni i'iiiumi tin ru
will prevent, the attack. In cures of
oopw cough it .liquefies the
P 'l evenly
i 1111. uovKAviiig, Hint tiiseas. ti all1
tlaueerotiH iinieni y Vnr uul !
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.PianoMa a lazurtADl rrenrth.
mt i. ..ro..l I ..
Couches, - - .
Bed Room Suits,
439 MARKET ST,
Frank S. Rlegle,
Inquire for . .
Prices and Terms.
notlcea of aaln triu be h.s n ei free order th I
beudlug wUen 1 in- hi lid ore prlnux al t nit office.
Wben (be trill are doi prtnted m I bit oftloeBi
ium in in- pniii'ii'ii. ciimhis i'fi inr m
iiuvi- s iiii neieci aaiue ana nave ii insert.
ll III tl.ls Clllllllin
TBITBSUAY, Peb. IS o. three rnilcn nootb-w.-Ht
of Ci'iit I'villo. KliiiH Uiirtniini will fvli
i honee. ;i oowe, i lu-ait young omle ana
fat iiiiny Implemente.
SVITIIDAY. Kfb 21, 11100. on SuKnr Street, in
.'HiiiiifiilirK. A. I. SinnKer willncll uconi-
plete lot orlioaeebold fuanituro.
WtONESDAY, Keb. St, new llicbfleltl, Mr..
Mary Orayliill will eell 1 borsm, 10 lieail of
cattle and burmlug Implementi.
TUUB80AY. March I, two and ono-fourtbmllea
nofth-wesl of Onapoian Poet Oflloe, Mrn. o.
W. sihIiI will aell one hone end fanninx
TBURSDAY, March t, I0oo, two and one-fnarth
raltei north-weal ol Chapman, Alice A.
stiibl w ill ee I 8hores, l row. farming Im
plementi and houaehold u;ooIh.
TBURSDAY. March I, IRoo, three mitestoathof
New Berlin, i 'hae. I Verger will tell - males,
2 boieee, 2 cowe and farming Imptementa.
FRIDAY, March 2, John Walter will ell live
took nntl farming Implementi 2'. milea
wext of Middlehurg.
WEDNBSDAV, March 7, IDoo, two mites north
of Kreamer, Mn Sarah Dnnkelberer will
ellShoraea. U bead of oatile and farming
WBDNKSDAY, March 7 nt the Ragle Hotel in
Middlehurg, n K. Baae will Mil I ho aea 1
mules, 8 head of cattle, 16 sli,,nt, I brood
Mwaand farming Implemente.
PRIIIAY, March IS, IMQ, one ami one-half miles
north nf Oriental iiml 2 milei west of Mel
asrrllle, Jobn Uilberl will sell 3 mnlee. 6
bead of cattle ami farming Implemente.
MONDAY, March IS, 10oo, near Kanti, K- K.
i nuiiert will sell live stui k. farming Imple
mentaand boueebold goods.
BATURDAY. March '7. ison, three miles north'
east of MiililleimrK, blwnrd Bummel' will
sell i horeea, 2 tows, B bead jronng cattle
Monday. Mareh wch. wm. Ritwr win nil i
honeSi 12 lieail of cattle ami farming imple
ments 1 mile east of Kraterville.
TUESDAY, hfarcb to, near Pallas, John Shaffer
will tell stock ami farming Implemente.
w 1 no vs- a vvkx isj: n v.xrs.
been aitdwitntheOierk of be Orpbaos' Court
si.mi.t 1 niht ami w u n r.".f,t...l tor eni.-
BnnaUOti on .Monday, Pdbruar) M, I MO.
A ii.i-im-ii..-ui rnnn v.. li'iter, WHHIW DI
, ,. ,.. Buyer, late ol Selli,..iove. Siml-r Ci ..
. Pd.,deceeued, elected to boiuki m uodi i ibt law
: Apprattemenl or Amanda Oemberling, widow
W " mberllng, lots or m llosgro re, Pa..
j Anpratnetnen' oi Alie n, Mer: widow of
' '';' v.: !:'.., !1';;';''''V.;
, Mpjmmmf of S rnbta RPator. widow 1
ueur.v .1 rvv,Mwui n .".i in iii it i uwnsnip,
Snyder 00.. IM.. deceased .elected to be Ukeg
i ;ntler t lie MOO exempt on law,
' Appmisement of Mmtidu a. Kareman. wwdw
or ICIIiih Kui-f'tnati, Kite or Attaint. Township,
snyaerco.. i'a.. deceased, elect, d to be takuu
"IZT -w or ,
w ,sl i in 1 1 1 Ubapman Townablp, Bsrder
tte&exmnl to 09
Oats (old) 00
Oats (new).... 25
Bran per 100. 80
Middlings " 90
m Pi A IiTO ' ...
I I I I I M I 11 H.v -" -
II' I i j '. .
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QDWllin MinDTMCO T
anil i hit m nini ir.n. k.:.-:
w W 9 - 1 v- J. w Alii AJ I j I
Vliddleburg, Pa. m
Tiiiit lie never did know
just how to buy furniture until
he found himself in our fctore.
And you will ragret the bar
gains lost if you have not in
spected our Hue of furniture,
which is the most complete in
the eity. We name you few
of our bargains:
$1.25 and up.
$4.50 and up.
$16.50 and up.
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'$ ,.v,' ' ' 'i
l'M"l"f"l"l"I"M'H 1"1"H"H'I M 'I' H-H
I have just received a fine
assortment of glassware, con
sisting of Cake Dishes, Fruit
J- Stands, Celery Trays, Butter
X Dishes, Pitchers, Spoon Hold
X ers, A:c., S:v. at prices ranging
T from 6 to 1 5 cents.
j Peerless linking IWdcr, one
T pound cans, Sc.
f Axle Grease, 16c. cans at 10c,
& 25c, buckets at 16a
X Fine Gloves and heavy Men's
1 S. B. SIMONTON.
IMl"l"l"lMl"l"f"f"l"l"l"l"f 'I' 1 1 1 Hi
BE SURE . . .
That your eyes and yout
f Obildren's eyes are in
They may not complain, and, you
may not know that their eves are
weak, but time will develop manv
nervous disorders as a result of neg
lecting this important matter. We
test the eye with absolute accuracy.
No glasses recoinun mini unless they
1 1 i
It you netd medical
treatment we will lell you so. No
one can do more. We have tlie lat
est appliances, the newest ideas and
methods i:i sight testing. Thiseoni
bined with expei iense and skill in
tlie use otsooh instruments. Making
mistakes a thing of the iwst. No
B. F. SHEIBLEY,
Jeweler and Refracting Optician,
21 W. Market St.. Lewistown.
Oraduate Philadelphia Optical College.
Reliable man for Manager of
Branch Office I wish to open in this
vicinity. Good opening for an en
ergetic sober man. Kindly mention
this paper when writing.
A. T. MORRIS, Cincinnati, O.
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