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' II. P. Beaver of Hunihaiu mt Sun
n with his family.
A. H. I'lsh ami wife an- suendina;
iivvral days among friends at Middle
reek. , The Franklin grammar Mbool will
old an entertainment tNiturday even
Mrs. l'hilip SSong, who had been vis
ing H. P. Heaver's for some time, re-
I7rj i i :.. Milt,.,.
MB PI Her u'uiie 111 sanisw.i
Isaac Sliamlmeh, who had lieen vis
ing among friends here for some time,
turned to his home in Indiana.
Lewis GemWrllng purchased a trot-
lig horsi' again.
I. E. Maurer is drilling weua on
John Fisher is digging out for the
lundation of his house.
Our Boring farmers are already plow
liu; for their outs and corn.
The nauiK-rs of I'enn township were
loved to the or house, Tuesday.
Katie Thomas, of Phila. cattle home
see her mother, Mrs. Hackenburg.
FPamucI Hover and wife ol selina
ove, were the guests of.) . W. Uow's.
Miss Katie Winner is spending some-
me with her grand-mother at lM-if-
Misses Daisy and I'.iiiniii Usher,
eiv mendlna Sunday with Zora
(ieo. M. Witnierand daughter, k:itu
iid Elmer, took a drive to Freebur
Mrs. Joe Hackenburg, who had been
for nearly a year, passed to her eter
al rest Sunday night.
The Sunday school wai organized
The ncoide have commenced their
iii uig work.
H. K. llornlHTger made a business
tip to Port Treverton.
Francis Swineford has a broad I mild
lecause it in a baby girl.
H. K. Hornbergcr sold his nine
linber to H. A. Ebright.
(ieo. 8. (ielnett will move to Turkey
alley. We are worry to lose him.
T. K. HornlHTger and wife were the
hii '.its of J. H. UnderkolHer h Sunday.
Mr. Forrev will move into L H.
Si'Inett'8 house instead of J. H. Undcr-Intfler'a.
L 8. Gelnett moved Tuesday to his
k w store at Ktrouptown. In attempt
ig to taste the contents ora jug, lie got
he wrong one and got a mouthful of
tine poisonous liquid. Fortunately
went only an far as his mouth. None
it was swallowed, but lie burned his
outh very severely.
J no. Kratzer has-moved to Heavcr-
Mrs. Bamiel Stuck is on the sick list.
Antes Ulrich made a buiness trip to
I The Sunday School at this place was
N. P. Han of Middleburg made a
leasant call at this place.
I (ieo. Stuck and wife spent Sunday
ill his father, Samuel Stuck.
fohn Landis of Hullalo Valley is
iting his sister Mrs. Anion Yerger.
'Iiarles Stuck and wife were to Sun
ty and purchased a lot of nice furni-
I Charles Smith and wife of Mc Vey
WO are spending a few days with
Iiarles' father, Y. A. Smith.
moving was done in
Allen Neitz. is moving to Stnoketown.
farmer Henry Homig is busy plow-
J, o. Holtaapple is building a carpeiw
ter shop. John is a man of many trades.
town bust week
Kev. Fronts will leave for his ficldrt ing.
labor ( Laginnge, Ind.) .j. (Poster Dock went t
Miss Marv Hotiseworth of Wilson week.
College is home with her parents. William Miissehimn is working on
Miss Mabel Moyer of Hlooinsburg is John K. Hughes' lower farm as tenant.
visiting her Aunt Mr. Ninth Miller.
Missi-s Carrie 1 lend ricks and Marii
Snyder spend sumlay m Miamokin. John K. Romig is doing a good daily
Mrs. Lank Kreeger will leave for a I business. John canvasses Selinsgrove.
trio west to visit her mother who is j p( Dock has moved on J. C. W.
Bassler's farm near flint Valley. Frank
Miss Fannie Lore of Pine Summit is i is a hustler.
spending some time with lieraunt .Mrs. Apple juice is getting scare.
hoiR. I Community, savs the Jester
Mix. Newland and daughter Helen I Funnel Gang,
of Lewistown si'iit several days last j g, k. Dauberl and family moved lo
week among friends In town. j Milton Monday, where he expects to
Rev. Warner and Prof. Woodruff work in the Iron works,
wer.' on a trip to Lewisburgon business i peter Mengel has moved to North
oonnected with the I Diversity, Batur- umberland eountv, on the John F. Heir
day. tarin. We wish h ;'n aitnnmfa
Dr. W . II. Rohbaok left on Monday i Rlmer jjaugle is building a brick a.'-1
for Sirasburg Lane. Co., were ihe wUl anion to Aug. Bpringman'a house,
open a dentist office we wish bun sue-1 Wm Ebenhauer is lo b,. the occupant, !
cess. m am m
L. P. Young, a student who was call
ed home on account of the sickness of
his father, returned to school again
M, L. Wagehseller left for Phila.
Monday morning. He expeets to I'elll-
maui there during April to wait on hi
trade as it is come In,
Wm. M. Bchnure and Jai
the former from state College and the
taller from Bwarthmore are spending
the spring vacation with their parents.
Mrs. Julia Bobb of Mechanclsbuig Is
visiting her sister. Mrs. Kate Wagen
seflerand Mi Lizzie Chrltaman. She
wa. called here by the serious illness of
In almost every neighborhood
there is some one whoso life has
been saved by Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, or
who has been cured of chronic dl
rrhoea by the use of that medicine.
Such persons make a point of telling
of it whenever opportunity oilers,
hoping that it may be the moans of
savings other lives. For sale by all
Ila vis C. I.
L. Derr made a
Win, Romlg spent a
Mellds at t his place.
Mark Hofftiagle naii
business trip to j
few days with
I M r Saturday.
leiz of Harrtsbunr
ort visit to
Our school will close this week,
Bome of Women made garden Mon
day. H. D. Hower of Shamokin spent Mon
day in town.
Amos Snook and daughter. Laura,
of Lewistown spent Saturday in town.
J. H. Dreeso bought Hurley Koluig's
property on Kail mad street.
Geo. Wagner is again running his
slave mill day and night to till his
Mrs. Isaac Shirey left for Philadel
phia to buy her spring and summer
Merchant J. B. Spanglcr and son,
Jay, of Adamsbiirg were in town on
The West Heaver district Sunday
school convention will be in the (i. H.
church in liannerville, April 14, 1900.
Benedict Arnold, M. U. M., of Free
burg was in town Tuesday night to
install the new officers for the 1. ().
The following persons have changed
Iiluees in our village this Spring : James
nlilev moved in with Jonas Linn;
Rev. Enlbish to Buokhorn, Columbia
Co,:Ner. Benfer into the house vacated
by Rev. Efilbiah; Amos Wagner into
J. B, Spangler's house; Ed. Mitclu II
into the house vacated by Wagner;
Lester Wetcel to Middleburg and Mr.
Dreese into the house vacated by Wet
zel; John S. Snyder to Ston ylonesome.
with in. wiicneii,
i . ps, Hover anil c . . Hweng
a trip to K reamer Sunday.
John Hover of Kreeburg paid
viail to thi place last week.
J, W. Swartz ami wife of Bwlncford
vlsetiKl John Ernest's Sunday.
Adam I lei low-of Mays, Juniata Co.,
visited his uncle, Samuel Troup.
Miss Kate Arnold of Aline of spend
ing a few days at llarvey Mitchell's,
II. W. Felty, wife, daughter and An
nie stout visited Jacob Gilbert's Sun
day. ISphralm Howell of Beavertown vis
ited hi grandmother Saturday and
Christian Gravblll gpenl Saturday
and Kunday with his daughter, Mrs. I
I r in Graybill,
Mrs. Austin Glfl is spending a few
days with her daughter, Mrs. John
sterner, at Bunbury.
Mn, H. A. Howell, son Joe and
daughter Winfred, left for Lewistown
where they intend to make their future
The following persons moved Tues
day: Howard Bhambach on Charles
Hover's farm vacated by Ira Smith;!).
I). Howell on his own farm, vacated
by Harvey Shambach, and John Docb
ler into the house vacated by O. I).
Additional County News on last page.
STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLE
DO, LUCAS CODJiTY,
Fhank J. Cbkney makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm
of P. J. CHBNKT & Co., doing btisi
uess in the City of Toledo, County
and State aforesaid, and that saiil
linn will pay the sum of ONE HUN
DRED DOLLARS for oach and
every case of Catarrh that cannot bo
cured by the use of Ham.'s Gatabbh
Cuke. Fkank J. Ciienky.
Sworn to before me and suhscrib
ed in my presence, this 6th day of
December, A. D. 18stl.
A. W. Gleakon,
sval Notary Public.
When You See a Man or Boy Ex
tra Well Dresses
Give Loebs The Credit.
OEB'S Stylets, Loeb's Qualities and Loeb's Prices
are a great iufluencc with people wbo know a
I'Jood Tbing Wben they See It, and do not want to pay
Itoo mnce for it. There is a wonderful sale in progress
Ihere now. You may never again be able to clothe
yourself at such money-making figures.
m IS A FASHION CEM1 !
A FINANCIAL SCHOOL TOO.
tilllllll III 111
-M m m m in
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
temallv and acts directly ou the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
systei.i. Send for testimonials, free
F.J.CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, 0
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Yen feel the blood ruthim
But what kind or Blood?
That la tho e;eatUn.
Is It euro blood or impure
If the blood lo impure then
you arc week and languid;
your appetite hj poor and your
digoarion la Mk. Too can
not sloop veil aad tho awn
ing Undo yea anproaarod for
tho work of ate day. Your
chooka are polo and year com
plexion U sallow. You are
troubled with ataiploa, boils J
or ooaoe oruptiea of the okia.
Why Mt purify yew bleed ?
W will da U Taba If f...
and then put your finger on
your pulse again. You can
feci the difference. It is
troagcr and your circulation
bener. Send for eur beck on
If you are bilious, take
Ayer'a Pills. Tbey greatly
aid the Saraaparilla, They
cure constipation alao.
I rw W4 1
l rail Ik aarMMlan
Taa v'll raaalT a
i pay yu to conic ntanv
to deal with us.
Line of Crockery, ( Jhina, I ilas
ware, Lamps, Silver, NielJ,
Enameled, Tin, Woodwnrc, ( ut
cry, isirtincr rjnods and a
kinds of House Furnisliings in
L i ( ?
At Prices that Defy Competition. :
A cordial III Vllllt loll i nvtumliw
be convinced thai we nr.- THK LK
AND BEAUTIFUL (i( KJDS. ill
uoous packed and delivered FHKK I
Wltliin KM) miles (in piii'clmscs alsiv
Sec our Name and Number mi
nil t" visil our store and
IKS ( IF L V HH 'KS
iiiote prices in ncxl is-ue.
my Ivnilrond Stutimi
FURMAN S CASH FAIR.
317 Market St., Sunbnry, Pa
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BM AaaraM, N. 4. c ATaa, BM
IF YUD WISH TO BECOME
A Chemist, A Teacher,
An Engineer, A Lawyer,
An Electrician, A Physician,
A Scientific Farmer, A Journalist
or ii you wish to secure a training
that will fit you tor any honora
ble pursuit in life,
hese are some of tbe new Spring Goods here for
you to see.
Mces no higher than last jear, bnt better Goods.
one and ses them, whether you buy now or later.
We will tell you weat will be worn.
M. LOEB & SON,
BELIABLE ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS AND GENT'S FURNISHERS,
318 E. MARKET T-. SUNBUrtf. PA.
April 1, by Kev. W. K. Brillhardt,
John roltz and Cora M. Sc!hrist,
isith of Dundore.
March lb, by J. E. Shmkcl, J,
V., AllKirt H. Kiiliiis and Clara 8
Shinkcl, l it h of Center twp.
March II, by J. E. Shinkcl. J.
P.. John A. Walter and Mollic F.
Fesslcr, IkiIIi of I'ciinscrcck.
March 1, by J. J. Steely, J. P.,
Wm. II. Pheasant and Maggie 10.
Brcininger, both u McClure.
March 31, by IJcv. W. A. Haas,
lieulx'ti Wr. Auckcrof Verdilla and
to Ml betl D. Wise of Port Treverton.
March 81, by Rev. W. A. Haas,
Arthur E. Auckei of Verdilla and
FiannaE. Krown of Pallas.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Offers Exceptional Advantages.
For Special Examination Papers
or for Catalogue giving fid! infor
mation respecting courses of study,
expenses, etc., and showing posi
tions held by graduates, address,
State College. Centre County, I':i.
I have a lot of Shoes, odd
T sizes, that 1 wish to Close out.
:i 1 Shoes 1! Be Sold j:
I and if they must gobelow cost. T
T I do not intend to keep shoes T
r in stock, and
J GO TflEY MUST, t
T I Would rather accept less than J
T cost and get the money than to j.
T 1 ,L OL ".T !
kcci) mc onocs. io reason- j.
I offer will be refused.
S. B. SIM0NT0N.
Have You Been
o see lis
1 1 rut, von have micil n jrcen sj)ul in
your lile, for there is nothing thai makes one
feel better tbnn to know thai he has had Value
lor the money lie has left at the Htore where
he made his purchases.
We Carry a Large Line
ut Dry Goods and no one bus a better selec
tion of Die Goods, Our Notion Stuck com
prises uvi iv Inner kept iii a first-class Notion
store. Our (ii iicery Department is up to date
atil the goods are priced to suit the times.
We Never Blow Our Own Horn
Our customers do dial by telling others of
Values they get :it our store. We are selling
Hill Bleached Muslin at 7 eta.; Blue Prints
that don't fade at 5 ets.; Granulated ami Soft
A Siitr at 5 cts.; Coffee at KM cts. a ll. or
'2 lbs for 20 cts, and myriads ol other goods
equally as low thai we have not spat to men
tion. We have added to our line a complete
Vim the latest
Minn rial axmin-
lUHl are III a pnlllnl tn show
patterns ami bcsl weaves in
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mcis, ex itu ikhiv nruHseis, 1111 ikniv nrtissei,
ami IhiiIv Brussels, Wilton Velvets, Lnnsdune
Velvets, plain Tapestry, lies! Tapestry, ami
extra Tapestry, with a lull Ii t Ingrains
from 25c. a yard up in hot quality.
i Carpets, Linings, Stair Posts,
Japanese Mattings, &c. There are so many
grades of Carpets of the same name that it
Would pay yon to si c our line and post your
self before making your purchase.
Carpets Sewed and Steamed
If desired, They will go on the floor without
a wrinkle by this process.
OIL CLOTH AND LIN0LIUMS.
I READY PAY CO.,
I C. H. SNIVELY, PROP'R,
417 Market St., Sunbury, Pa. 2
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notices of 8akwlll be inserted free underthls
IjOallna when tho bills are piloted at t bis offlce.
Wben Hie bills are not primed at this offlco so
cent will be cbaived. Pereons expecttnir to
have Hate should select a date and have It losertt
ed In this column.
SATURDAY, April 7. 1000, In the town of On
trsvllle. 0, M. Showen, executor uf tbe laat
will and tentament of Valentine Walter,
will cell '2 horses, 2 rows, farming imple
ments and household foods.
SATURDAY, April U. on half mile east of
Orubh's chuicli In Chapman township, A.
II. Stroub and Levi M. Reamer, administra
tors of the estate of Toblaa Keamer. deeeu
ed.wiil sell 1 colt, lot chickens and house
C. W. GEAYBILL, PEOPRIETOR.
NEAf. THE DEPOT,
Middleburg, - - - Penna.
First Class Accommodation,
Ijow Rates and Careful Attention
Given to all Guests.
Good Horses and Careful Drivers.
1-M-M' I 1 1 l-H I I hill 1 1 1 h H4
Send Us a 2ent T
stamp with Tour ' '
nam and address '
and ws will send '
you copy of the ' '
New Idea fashion 1 '
Review and on of ' '
J fl I n a h Hammnt
f Doylies free. W do this to Introduce tb f
T New Idea nxwnl rspir Patterns.
I RUBLE'S DRY GOODS STORE, i
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I j M Workmanship
m Lr 0 T Guaranteed. I
JJ Merchant Tailor, 1
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