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S. i. Kline and K. F. I'lrieh
friends at Kratzerville Sunday.
Mrs. ITminr Bonambafffl It W Dropej
ami rheumatism are the ailments.
Henry Kmiiiir rtiat a valual.le oow
Jerrv H.hivit. BMMd
villao-e Kiitiiinv. lie is one of
don's enterprising citizens.
Urr Herrotd'i joungeat son is slowly
Improving frmin attack of inllaiiui
tion of tin' Itowels.
B. F. Dock sold a team of horses lust
Manv of our peon'1' attended eotn
munioii scrvicesnt FMebOIg and isalcni
Charles Sprenkel is on the siek list.
Mrs. F. F. Holtzonple is improving
from an attaek of qtunoy.
Ed. Watt of Williamsport visited at
H. Holtwmple'sand Mrs. Jerry Charles,
the latter lieing his sister.
R. R. Forry went to Milton on busi
ness last week. Robert is a photographer.
Very little outs has leen sowed at
this and, Some of our farmers have
not oonunenoed plowing yet.
Hev. Spahn was a guest 01 .-MOiue
Steals last week.
8. H. Pbiilipa made a business crip to
Lewistown one day last week and re-
Irts the town almost surrouuaea wun
telephone polee and wires. He says a
trolley ear passed through the tow n at
the speed of about one mile an hour,
too slow for his mode 01 iraei.
V. F. Howell was reported Mimlay
to be quite low with very little nopea
I nf reeoverv.
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Jaeol) Krli is slow ly improving rum
his late attaek of sickness.
Amanda Snook w as a guest 01 Dei
sister, Mrs. Polly Herhster of Lowell
I lust Sunday. , , .
ItoU'it (loss is still unahle to do nis
own work, from the effeetsof a log fall-
liiiK on his foot a few months ago.
Some of our w heat fields look as it
Ithey had Just been sowed. There is not
In sign 01 wneai.
H. Herhster and family ot .Yiiuuie-
I creek, M.G. Raltaand family or Minun
I'ountv. spent last Sunday visiting some
of their Snyder eounty friends.
miss Cora uannen or ounun county
l)ient a few days here last week as a
kueat ot her iatner, r.manuei auw
J. lirant and tamiiy oi dmbbtyuw
Iwere the guests of S. H. Phillips last
A poor man ean not get any fanner
ho plow even a lot They are all engug-
d in sowing oats.
Frank Troxel and Jas. Fuhrman are
. i n t . ...OK ;.,
m tin- hick nsi. meiuriiici wiiu iav-
Haramation of the bowels and the latter
irith the same In the stomaeh.
Alfred Troxel, John George ana w.
Zecbman were at nome over eunuay .
rue former two irom lbwbii w
beir families and the latter his paren-
i. Y. Krebs intends to move his saw
nd head mill to Mifflin county in the
ar future where he has a job ror two
We had another quiet little wedding
undav. The contracting parties were
Icrbert Musser, of the first part, and
nrv Krh of the second nart. iney
mi to liave been very iulet
m since it was a surprise
uple around here.
D. 0. Hackenburg and A. W UUI
oved their shanty funnture in tne
Inuntains Monday. They do not lie-
hva in lvlnir on a hunk with a little
I raw and a quilt over it. As a proof of
lis I would say that I saw them have
good roie DM When they moved.
Wesley Flanders is making some im
provements on his farm.
The river has fallen ami the principal
occupation is taking out coal.
The dandelion crop is not very large
in these parts.
. ..III ...Ml MAM lui .1.11 M ,1 ,11 1,1 till I
tl.tvunrli mir I "'"g "oi ."ii
through our . ..vV.rviwi.lv i tMna awav.
Hem- I :.
t teo. WOUnWUl move W ngnaiuir
lierltuid as soon as the canal company
gives orders to pass.
John Herrold, one of our teachers,
left for Lebanon to attend college. We
wish him success.
Prof. Wahrendorf, our hustling piano
tuner and music teacher, has returned
tram a trip to the coal regions. The
Prof, is an expert iHTfomicr on the pi
In almost every neighborhood
there is some one whose life has
been saved by Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, or
who has been cured of chronic di
arrhoea by the use of that medicine.
Such persons make a point of telliug
of it whenever opportunity offers,
hoping that it may be the means of
savings other lives. For sale by all
to all the
V. V. Howell is very slow at present.
Jackson Pheasant wears a smile lie
cause a little girl has arrived at his
Our merchants are spending this
week in Philadelphia to buy their
spring and summer goods.
N. P. Middlewarth sold his Interest
in the store to A. 1). Shirey.
Charles Lambert of Susquehanna
University spent Faster among friends
Wilson and James Kline and Lew is
Kahley. who are working in Centre
County, spent Easter at home.
Communion services were held in the
United Evangelical church Easter
Soniuel Weldenmyer moved to the
west end of town last week.
Retta and Delia Hughes spent lust
week with their grandparents at New
Mrs. Clara Lambert of Bunbury is i Jstown over
vi-.it in. r unnni friends here lit tiresellt. I luesday.
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Adam Wagner end William Hrannon
spent Good Friday In Lewistown.
Irvin Kinney's two little girls spent
Faster with (1 randmother Klingler.
Howard Bhott, Edward Wolf, Ed,
ward Moycr, aspiring young men of
town, are attending acnoolat Frii'hurg
prearing themselves for future useful
ness. H. H. Beohriat and J. 11. Stautler
sowed oats last week.
James Rathfoil says his new farmer
is a hustler.
I). (J. Witmer, Geo, Kamlile ami
Catharine Winner an- on the siek list.
Minnie K. Eyer of Seliuagrove was
w ith her sister, Maria W. Dundore, last
J. H. Wise is very busy repairing the
Susan Stahl last week took 44 doen
Faster eggs to Hundore's store.
James Wise's driving horse hrokc
loose at Dundore'a store one day last
wtvk and showed BUperlor speed on the
Edward Witmer planted an acre ot
potatoes last Saturday.
The Mercantile Appraiser made a
Hying trip through here last Saturday.
Dandelion hunters ean he seen in
great numbers In N.T.Dundore'a fields.
Lost. -Yesterday between sun rise
and sun set two golden hours, each set
with sixty diamond jewels no reward
offered, gone forever.
Itev. Hover, of the Kvallgelieal Asso-
I elation, preached his Introductory aer
, mon last Sunday.
Sadie B. Eyer of Sellnagrove spent a
few hours one day last week with her
I aunt, Maria W. Dundore.
John H. Reehrer of "Lover's Retreat''
I is setting quite a pateh of strawberries.
Henry ('. Hoover hitched his tine
sorrel colt in a gig and drove to the
Post Office for his mail.
Qeo. M. Witmer and his father of 8a
i em spent a few hours on Sunday with
N. T. Dundore and family.
J. F. Wagner ami family attended
church at Salem last Sunday.
Dr. (i. ('. Mohn of Laurelton was the
guest of his parents Sunday.
M. A. Bateman of Sellnagrove was In
town last Wednesday.
(I. W. Slieurv was home from Lew-
Easter. He letl again
Mrs. 1'. ('. Rartmail and son Cox
spent Easter with her parents, H. It
Rlegle'l at Mlddlehurg.
Dr. J. 0. Mohn and wife of Letonla
spent Easter with their parents at this
Mrs. Peter Wirt of Milton is spend
ing several ilays w ith W. O. Mohn and
M. P. Herman, the mercantile ai
praiser, was in town one day last week
attending to his official duties.
C. E. Saniscll and Levi Young
drove to Middlelmrg Sunday morning.
W. C 54H P. O. 8. of A. is now a
thing f the past. Everything belong
lug to the camp was sold Saturday ev
ening. J. C. Showers came home from Sus
quehanna University to spend Easter.
8. C. Dundore, our new nierhcant,
spent last week in Philadelphia buying
a supply of new goods.
U.uiul.i.ltv nliH wife of Tlefiver
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in-1 s!ri,l nn several davs with his
ternallv aad acts directly on the ,ther lost week,
blood and mucous surfaces of the i p , Rover was to the county scat
system. Send for testimonials, free. (,HV ,lls week looking up business
F.J.CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. 1 interests.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
STATE Or OHIO, CITY Of TOLH- (
DO, LUCAS COUNTY, S
Frank J. ChKney makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm
of F. J. Chenky & Co., doing busi
ness in the City of Toledo, County
and State aforesaid, and that said
firm will pay the sum of ONE HUN
DRED DOLLARS for each and
every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of Hall's Catabkh
Ctjbk. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscrib
ed in my presence, this 6th day of
December, A. D. 1886.
A. W. Gleabon,
seal Notary ruoiic.
WAITED. Clirinttan man or wonmn to
qualify for permanrnt position of tru-l
In your home County. IHW yearly. BnejoM
aelf-adtlresiMMl stamped, envelope to K. 8. Wal
lace, (ieneral Secretary, Cochran BulldiiiK,
Washington, D. t, Oppanite Treasury Dep.
When You See a Man or Boy Ex
tra Well Dresses
Give Loeb's The Credit.
LOEB'S Stylet., Loeb's Qualities and Loeb's rnces
are a great iufluence witb people who know a
Good Thing When they See It, and do not want to pay
too muoe for it. There is a wonderful sale in progress
m it j l it
here now. You may never sigain dc aDio to cioine
yourself at such money-making figures.
LOEB'S IS A FASHION CENTRE !
A FINANCIAL SCHOOL TOO.
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Phese are some of the new Spring Goods here for
you to see.
Vices no higher than last year, but better Goods.
onie and ses them, whether you buy now or later.
We will tell you weat will be worn,
M. LOEB & SON,
RELIABLE ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS AND GENT'S FURNISHERS,
318 E. MARKET 8T-. SUNbUrY, PA.
James Wagner of McClure was the
guest it" Win. in.
riuirt. Winder nt" Mifflin Co. was soon
on our utrit'tH hut week.
John Helmbach ami Homer Qrosa
left for Bellevue, Ohio, Thursday.
Andrew Ulsh, who had been siok the
greater part of the winter, i out ami
Aaron Hasalnger of Union county
anil Henry Aurand of Tort Ann were
the guests of Chas. Maurer last wet'k.
A. A. Dish left Monday for Philadel
phia to lay hi a supply of spring ami
Anthony Peter of liamierville was
attracted t our section by some of our
K. T. Swing made a trip to Lewis
town preparatory to moving in the
Andrew I'lsh sold his mountain farm
I to Jacob Rlegel. Consideration (-100.
Alvln Ulsh and wife attended the
I funeral of Kphraiu Howell at Heaver
Last week Kliek Hummel returned
j from Philadelphia where he received
i several weeks' treatment at a hospital,
i We are triad to state that is improving.
.1. w. Snook, wife and children
I SundaV in Lewistown.
J. Krnest Zimmennan of Kuwpielian-
na Dnlvenity spent the Easter vacation
I 'neatfa the parental roof.
Miss Ili'ssie Meeht ley left for Lewis
town where she will spend the summer.
I Miss Kmma Mil. hell of (.lolie Mills
Is visiting friends in town.
Albert Miller ami wife of Wlnlleld
I were entertained by friends in town,
Miss Amelia Kempfer, who taught a
I term of achool in Mazcppa, has return-
The Lutheran ehureh OcJebmted the
i Lord's supper Sunday morning. Pour-
I teen new members were admitted into
1. 1. Manleek and Peter Hiegle made
a buailMM trip to Lewistown Saturday.
David Shamhaeh of Paxtonville is
-pending some time among friends here
and hi Middlehurg.
Fnil, Haekenburg and wife of Shade!
siicnt Sunday at 1). B. Wellur's.
H. M. Ami. h and wife of Summit
spent Sunday with hia parent-, Philip
Mlsa Bessie Jacobs of Selinsgmve is
visit iug at J. L. Marks'.
Mr. and Mrs. Aucker of Verdilla vfs
ited at the home of C. H. Dunkelberg-
er. .. ...... .
Perhaps von have hid tho
grippe or a hard cold. You
may be recovering from
malarli or a slow fevtr; ar
possibly some of the chil
dren sre just gening over
the measles or whooping
Are you recovering ssfsst
ss you should? Has not
your old trouble left your
blood full of impurities?
And Isn't this the reason
you keep so poorly? Don't
delay recovery longer but
It will pay von toootne manv
mihs to deal with us.
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It will remove all Impuri
ties fron' 'our blood. It is
also a route of immense
value. Give nature r little
help at this time. Aid her
removing an tne prouuets
disease from your blood.
If your bowels sre not
Just right, Ayer's Pills will
mske them so. Send for
cur book on Diet in Consti-
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Wrtm la tHtr Doctor. -
We htv tti t-Kki.i.n i.rTloM
f loin, uf Uie mftitiiilnni Mftt
eltni in rh t'nit.d Stat.l. Writ
frefy rcelv ft prompt rptT.
wai.. ml rtt.
. A.i a T.I, I I' 1T.II
Line of Crockery, C'liinu, (ilasS
ware, Lamps, Silver, Niekle,
Enameled, Tin, Wnodware, ( ut
lcrv, Sporting Goods ami all
kinds ol House Furnishings iii
( fentral Pennsylvania
At Prices that Defy Competition.
A cordial invitation is extendi! to nil !. visit our sttir.' :.nd
be convinced thai wearsTHK LK VDKKS K PRICES
AND BEAUTIFUL GOODS. Will quote prices in next issue.
Goods packed ami delivered FHEE to tiny Kailroad Station
within ltiti miles on purchases above $5.00.
See our Name ami Number on large Show Window.
FURMAN S CASH FAIR,
317 Market St., Sunbury, Pa.
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1 READY PAY CO.
l Have You Been
I To see Us ?
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SJBtRH.N Ml IKK
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'a K reamer. Pa. i
S We have now in stock the J
S moat complete line ot Spring
and Summer (imxls wc have $
2 DRESS GOODS.
2 Have a nice line oi White, k
2 Colored and Fancy atrip Lawns 2
? and Dimities, also Cashmeres, ?
S Mohairs, Merges, Novelties, Vc.
at almost tiny price.
Have a h line of Hraids,
Gimps, Ilea. lei 1 Trimming, La
S ees, Embroidery, all over laxs,
y also a very pretty line of Silk
B and 8atin for waist and trim
We give you a few prices :
All over juccs,
lc to i 0 3
lie to 7: g
Title to 'tile V
Ladies' Ribbon Belts, 50o
Col. Shirt Waist. 60o I
' White Shirt Waists, Sl.uO V
' Kid Gloves, 40c to !M!c
' White or Black Silk
Gloves, 2oc 'y
' 10c Hose for 5c g
All goods Ixnight at ourstort! U
must he satisfactory or money
J. E. Magee, '
A UORUEOWLY KOI M
w..rk nf in t han junt been Insiurd in New York
ut anouliny t orerfino.OOO for which the puh-h-ln-r-
ilenire a Manntrer in t hi- ( ountv, oNo a
npodtollcttori KmM lli to riteht party. Nearly
100 full-naKeei.frraviiifffl, nuinptiioun t mi per, illti
niinatMl covern and bindinfff; over 200 gulden
liltefl In the morocco bindliiK; nearly 100k'II
en rosea in the cloth Mndtfln. Seiln at ftilit;
pteattea runntiiK day and n iff lit no Keat is the
wle. Christian ineu and women maklnic for
tunes takinic order. Itapid promotions. One
(Christian woman made clear ftOOin four weeks
ink i nk orders auioiiK her church acpiai itunces
and friends. Write us. It may lead to a per
manent paying jMisition to niAii9jo our busi
iieM and look after the law correspondence,
which you can attend to right nt your home
Address 8. 0. Know lea eneral SeTetary, II
Eaat Fifteenth Htreet. between ltroadwuy it mi
Fifth Ave., New York.
It not, you huve missed a green BiMrt i tt
your Hie, for there is nothing that makes one
fel better than tokuow that he Iiuh had Value
lor the money he has left at the store where
he made hid purchases.
We Carry a Large Line
of Dry Goods and no one has a better selec
tion oi I )i!"-- Qoodtt, ( )ur Notion Stock com
prised evi I tiling kept in a first-class Notion
store. ( lur (Jroeery Department is up to date
and tile c;oi, tire priced to suit the times.
We Never Blow Our Own Horn
Our customers do that by telling others of
Values they (jet at our store. We arc selling
Hill Bleached Muslin at 7 cts.; Blue Prints
that don't fade at "icts.; Granulated and Soft
A Sugar at fJ ct.; Coffee at l()h cts. a lb. or
2 lbs for "20 cts , and myriads of other goods
equally as low that we have not space to men
tion. Wc have added to our line a complete
and arc ill a position to show you the latest
patterns and best weaves in imperial axniin-
sters, extra body Brussels, best body lirussel, (
and body Brussels, Wilton Velvets, Lansdane o
Velvets, plain Tapestry, best Tape-try, and
extra Tapestry, with a full line oi Ingrains
from a yard up to best quality.
t Carpets, Linings, Stair Posts,
r I . . a 'el
Japanese mailings, csc. l ncre arc so manv
grades of Carpets of the same name that it
would pay you to sec our line and post your-
self before making your purchase.
Carpets Sewed and Steamed
If desired. Thcv will e;o on the floor without
a wrinkle by tins process.
OIL CLOTH AND LIN0LIUMS
READY PAY CO.,
C. H. SNIVELY, PROP R,
417 Market St.,
Sunbury, Pa. g
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! The well known wrllrr, Evelyn Hunt in her
I I took nitUleU "Womanly Ilpiiiily ): "II in
I my cfinbMition that evrry wmnau not only may
: biitnlitiultl ioMieM a rliuruiiiiK iiemonality ot
1 face, tlRiire anil manner. To attain and prenerve
' lieauty in tin proper ntuily of woiuankinil. A
mi-asre llnure may he developed: hamh, uneven
I fi-ature may lie aofteneil, refined and rendeied
1 harmonioiiH, a sallow or muddy completion
1 may be frenhened, briKhtrned and made cloir;
idull eyes without expression, may glisten and
sparkle and unsightly hlemishes of every kind
may be removed. Facial defects and shrunken,
impoverished, undeveloped figures may lie per
, msnently remedied and womanly beauty ac
i quired and retained. It is every woman'sduty
1 to accomplish theae result " The Marilla Com
pany, W Kulton Street, New York, offers to
semi n copy 01 r.rnyn nunt s book free, with a
small siic box of "Oaaaandra Cream" and a free
cake of Cassandra sktn soap, to any lady who
sends Ave two-cent stamps to oover expense of
mailing- The regular price of this booh is 90
cants and it contains valuable interesting Infor
mation and Is full ot good ail vice for ladies who
desire to acquire and retain loveliness of face
and form. "Cassandra Cream" la a wonderful
beautifler of the complexion and makes the
kin soft, fresh and white by removing all Im
purities and discoloration. It is a perfectly
pure preparation and will not Injure the most
sensible akin. J 4- liM.'t .
I .) t. ! L Workmanship
X I A Y Guaranteed. ft
I M i.i.iiipr,
, Selinsgrove, Fa.