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Cure Impotency. Night Emissions. Loss of
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cases, all elti'cts 01 seu-auusn - , , .
A nerve tonic and blood builder. Brings the pink
clow to pale cheeks and restores the fire of youth. By
mail 50C. per box. 6 boxes for $3.30, with our tank,
able euarantee to cure or refund the money paia.
1 Send for circular and copy 01 our
cure In 30 days or refund money paid.
NERVITA MEDICAL COMPANY
!nton and Jackson Streets
11 . 1 r, in W'i ii'Ii
Miss ivaie won munwu ! "!
Mr. Sara Hhaffer is upending several
days hi Hunbury.
i; ilK-n Aucker In the proud father
of a young daughter.
Mrs. Dr. Nipple of 8unbury paid uer
hick mother a lrief visit.
Chan. Keller is visiting hisslster, Mrs.
George Rlne at Milton.
J. I). Bogar ami if' of Bp ev,lle
arc visiting the former'n parents.
Mm. K. 1'. Blngantaii is visiting P.
A Khuinliaugli's at rthainoklii.
our town was well represented at the
picnic at Page's grove Saturday.
Win. Schrawder, who is employed at
Kclm tgrove, a few hours at home tiun-
L . 8. l. uhart and family f Harris
burg are visiting at tin- Arnold man
sion. Mrs. David Fox of Millersburg was
the welcome guest of Charles Bros, lust
Mi-- Delia Arnold of Milton is visit
ing her grandparent, M. P. Arnold
s. 1'. Hteffen, on f Harrlsburg's
fti-i-class book-keepers, paid his wife a
i.i . Strnwser and wife of Selins
u;ro ijm'iiI Sunday with I.. F. Charles
. . Aucker and A. Neitz, two
of Hlllibury's up-to-date clerk-, spent
bunday in town.
A, . Houser and wife and Mrs. J.
L. Hwartz of Akron, Ohio, are ming
hi. a;. long relatives in town.
y.ilsH Dora Attinger of Nortliumbcr
., , ,i was visiting her uncle Henry At
tinger, during tin- past week.
rvin Kelohenbach of Shamokln was
called home on account of the sudden
Illness of bis daughter, Miss Carrie.
Benjamin Nelte and daughter, Flora,
returned borne from Sunbury Sunday.
They were accompanied by Peter su f
fn and Misses Jennie Neitz and Edith
Mrs. Pershing and daughter of I'hila.,
Samuel Arnold, Mrs. Helfcnstein and
daughter of Bhamokln and Wm. Hel-
fenstein and wife of this plat njoyed
a drive from Shamokln to our town
one day last week,
Mi Clara Bitlgamail, who is em
ployed at t.ewisbtirg, Messrs. Charles
Wells and MorriH Atkinson and Master
dank Atkinson nf Philadelphia arc
having a very enjoyable time at the
former's home at this place.
NU N TWP
Jockey Long traded horses last week.
Pow-wow Neit. Is becoming very pop
ular. Monday at 2 p. m. the thennometer
rogistcn d 103 In the shade.
It. W. Aucker i- the happiest man
in town. It is a little daughter.
Pouter fisher, of Salem, spent Sun
day with the family of Jonathan
14 R. Vonneida, of Sellnsgrove, in
tends to spend his summer vacation on
a firm near the aqueduct.
Harrv Rinhnrd, a civil war veteran,
was Int'erretl lat Sunday in St. John's
ce tery. Aged i;4 yean.
Tim i. Ieiihoiie make- tllinus lively
through here. They can even
canal breaks over the telephone
is a greal convenience.
The Keiser's ti. S. had their annual
children's dav exereiseti Bunday even
ing. They had a l'o.mI program and
were well 'prepared. Among those from
a distance who took pari 111 it were: A.
W.! Potter, Esq., wife and daughter,
Kittv, of Hellnngrove.
l)i all Sins : - Some davs since a
package of your GRAIN-0 prepara
tion . ;efi al my o trice. I took it
home and give it a trial, and I have
to ' 1 was very much pleased With
it, as a substitute for coffee, We
have always used the best Java and
Mocha in our family, but I am free
to say I like the GRAIN 0 as well
as the best ooflee 1 ever drank.
A. C. Jackson. M. D.
II. A. Klinger, 01
towuship, ue ot the
c Mintv and
itors, droppi d in to
id last week.
see us Friday
A rirturrsqnr Mullun CrleSrattoa.
New York. July 17. Little Italy ob
eerved the first day of Our Lady of
Mount Carmel yesterday, and from
dawn until midnight one of tho most
picturesque celebrations ever witnessed
In this city was In progress. Italian
from Boston. Philadelphia, Pittsburg,
Newark and other cities attended, and
at least 50,000 persons gathered about
the Church of Our Lady of Mount
Carmel. The streets In the vicinity
resembled a country fair. Buildings
Tere decorated with bunting and
booths on the sidewalks were filled
with things that delight the Italian
palate. American and Italian flags
.ware displayed. .
Memory, all wasting dis-
l.nrn'tion l iir Supreme rourt justice
! Trenton, July 17.-Governor Voor
' hees. at his home at Elizabeth yester
day, tendered to ex-Judge A. Q. (ar-
retson, of Jersey City, the position on
the supreme court bench made vacant
by the death of Justice Llpplncott
jiidKe Oarretion Indicated hl.s willing
ness to accept the place. The new ap
pointee, like Justice Lippincott, Is a
Democrat. He has served as county
judge and is at present a member of
the law firm of Vredenburgh & Garret
son. Colomliln's Double Calamity,
Atrato. Colombia, July 17 Bocaadal
Toro has been visited by a terrible gale,
which destroyed many buildings and
banana plantations. Immediately after
the gale a fearful lire swept the town,
destroying its finest buildings. The
alt nation la said to lie desperate, the
people being demoralised over the
dual catastrophe. The Are originated
through carelessness In the Chinese
More 'I ranHirta Kim' llllna.
Washington, July 17. The quarter
master general yesterday Increased the
Beet of transports to be used in tho
transport ation of about 4,000 horses
and mules to the Philippines and
China by the charter of tho trans
ports Phryra and Athenian. Most of
these horses are intended for the use
of the cavalry troops ordered to the
cast, and their dispatch Is to be ex
pedited. How the Organ Contest
The sixih count allows the
suit as t'ol lows :
Ebenozer V. B. church,
Washington township, 1
I". Kvan. church, lVnn's
( 'reek :
TOTAL VOTB ( AST :
Kvan. church, P. Creek,
Ebenozer C. B. . hurch,
r. I!, church, Fremont,
Trinity church, M'Kees Kalis,
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Sunday School or Public School.
The publisher of the Post will give a
handsome Wkavbh Chapel Okoam
to some Church, Sunday school or pub
lic school In BnyderCounty and he asks
the patrons of this paper to select the
place where it shall go. The highest
number of votes will determine the
choice. Newspaper coupons and pre
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the Post is good for one vote If
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d a new
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CUT this OUT,
1. 11 July 17.
This coupon entitles the holder
to one vote for the handsome
WEAVER CHAPEL ORGAN
(Made bv the Weaver Organ K I'lano 1 o.
tv.k I Hiidxdil bv K. S. liieirel. Mid-
dletiurg, la. 1 to be jl'en to some Church,
Sunday school ot ruouooooooi in soyas
County, by the POST, MiddleburRh, I'a.
This vote is cast for:
Thin coupon l not good Are wealtr
above dateand will then not be counted.
.. . , .11 AMklnMA UiUmSm ann
.1 ,-PHU lljr 'limn ui u.iiMI -
M bavs It deposited la the ballot box.
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BROSIOUS BROTHERS, SUNBURY.
1Wai'w Wnva' and Children's Snits and Trousers at prices so low as to distance all
store has ever cut so deep before. Yon know the quality
P 0 c H
uij's $7.(10 Suits now reduced to $4.98,
Men'- $10.00 Suits now reduced to 7."".
Men'- $15.00 Suits now reduced to $10.00
Boys' $5.00 Suits now reduced to $:'.!s.
Bovs' $1.25 Suits now reduced to 89c,
We will pay no fares daring this
creat Sale, as in many cases prices Lave
been cut far below cost in
BRIEF ITEMS OF NEWS.
Thus far 1T.1 bodies of victims of the
Hoboken holocaust have been recov
ired. Warren Mis?imer, aged 17, was
drowned while bathing at Wilmtn&toa
Hon. John L. Pennington, ex-governor
of Dakota territory, died at Aunla
ton, Ala., aged 75.
Rev. T. Dewitt Talmago preached
to an immense congregation at Stock
holm, Sweden, on Sunday.
Grievances of employes of the New
Jersey Central railroad threaten a gen
eral tie up of the system.
There is a movemcut to nominate
Charlis H. Duell, commissioner of
patents, as Republican candidate for
governor of New York.
David Hallen and Isaac llraumflue,
each l!!-year-old picnickers, went over
Kbit Hock dam. Philadelphia, In a
boat, and were drowned.
BIk Steel I'lnnt Cloaed Diiitn.
Lorain, 0., July 17. The big steel
plant of the Federal Steel company
1 here has been closed, throwing 4,000
nu n out of work. It is announced that
1 the Bessemer plant will remain Idle
I fur about two weeks for repairs, but
the blast furnaces have been closed for
1 an Indefinite period. It is said that
' there is a stock of pig iron on hand
ciiffi.deiil to run the mills for six
; i months.
N I Hrw VorU Chinese Ask Proteetloa,
N ; New York. July 17. Chinatown
N Chinese have framed a petition and
forwarded it to Washington asking the
authorities for protection In case of a
sudden popular outbreak. A week ago
last Thursday night a meeting was
held for the purpose of considering the
raising of a fund to help the Boxers.
When the question came to a vote It
Indlu'n PIiikup Statistics.
Indon, July 17. The governor of
Bombay lclegraphs that there wera
1,928 cases of cholera in the famine
districts during the week ending July
7, of which 6,474 were fatal, and that
In the native states there were 9,528
cases, of which 5,892 were fatal. The
total number of deaths on the rcllel
works was 5,870, which was 3.9 per
Porto Rico Trachrrs Coming.
Santiago de Cuba, July 17. The UnW
ted States transport McPherson, from
Can Juan, P. R.. July 14, arrived hera
yesterday and left In the afternoon for
New York, carrying 80 Porto Rican
teachers, who will attend the Harvard
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order to close
RELIABLE sMS Sunbury,
IN COMBINATION WITH THE POST.
below some CI
; with the Pos'l
are very low.
The Farm Journal, monthly, (or
almost live years and t lie Middleburg
P ISToneyear, paid in advance,.? 1 .1 h)
The Knrni Journal i ene ol the liel
agricultural paperi publUhed. It con
toins from S2 to I" pun each inontll
nutl lr,'Jil-tf every RUllject of llltoroill to
the farmer, lalmrcrumi working uiuil.
The New York Tri-Weekly Tri
buneand the Middleburg Post, unc
year, paid in advance, only 1.75.
The Tri-Weekly i publishad Monday,
WediiMuay and i rlday, reachei ;t largti
iroporllon f subMrloen ou ilnte l
Imuo, and Mch odltlon is a thoroughly
up-toHtato l:niy family nowtpapei fur
The New York Weekly Tribune
and the Middleburg Post, one year,
paid in advance, only 91.25
The Weekly Tribune i published en
Thursday, and given all Important news
of nution ami world, the most teliatde.
market reports, unexcelled agricultural
department, reliable general Informs,
tlonand choice and entertaining mU
cellany It Is Ids ''people's paper" lor
the entire United States, a national fam
ily paper for Carmen and villasjers.
The New York Tri-Weekly World
and the Middleburg POST, one year,
paid in advance, only $1.C5.
The Tri-Weekly World oomes three
timei, u week, i- filled with the latest
news of too country and 19 well worth
the price asked for it.
The Practical Fanner, one year,
uid the Middleburg Post, one year,
jiaid in advance, $1.50, Moth of
the above papers and the Practical
Fanner Year 15oek and Agricul
tural Almanac for l'JOO, jiaid in
advance, only 1.05.
The l'ractlcal Farmer in one ol the bent
farm papcra published, issued weekly,
at $1. no year. The year look contains
tiOU page in which thee is a fund of in
formation that is Useful to the farmer.
The price of this book alone is 30 cents.
You get the 1MST. the Practical Farmer
and tho vear book for only $1.03
"We hare sold manv different
cough remedies, but none has given
better satisfaction than Chamber
lain's," says Mr. Charles Holzhauer,
Druggist, Newark, N. J. "It is per
fectly sate and can be relied upon in
all cases of coughs, colds 01 hoarse
ness." Sold by all druggists.
MewataeJae and mmi mtgiu cared by Pat
UlLEb raUH r uaafc una osaw a anas.
and style of suit and trousers
- H - H - H - i - i - i - i - i - H - H mum vh
Washington, D. C.
Gene see Pure Food Co., Le li jy,
OkntlbMEK : Our family realize
bo much from the use of ORAIN-0
that I feel I must say a word to iu
duce others to use it. If people 1110
interested in their health and the
welfare of their children they will
use no other beverage. I used them
I all, but GRAIN 0 I have found BU
' perior to any, for tho reason that it
I is solid graiu. Yours forhealth,
C. r . MYERS.
N N' V
For all kinds of paint
ing is superior to linseed
oil both as to durability
and Finiih. Costs less
than linseed oil.
Prices quoted upon
James B. Slpe
: v . :. A A . V S'N
Lard - 7
Oats (old) 27
Bran per 100. 90
Middlings " 90
When you want a good live pa
per containing all the news subscribe
for the Post.
IN : HALF
competition. Not even this
to he found here.
- i - i - i - i - w - kk - h
l-Ml M't -H"!1
Suits new reduced to fc-
lildren's 1.25 Suits now reduced to 89c.
Men's $1.00 and $1.26 Pants reduced to 80c.
Men's $2.00 Pants uow reduced to 81.48.
Boys' $1.50 Pants now reduced to 98c.
Children's Knee Panto reduced to 10c
DMINI8TRATOK8' NOTICE. Lei
l.ue.v Ann UoDilg, late of We-t IMavi'rtwn . -m
der County, I'a , deceased, bavins; been grsnsl
to the undersigned, all persons knowing ti.em-
-elx'es nnlehlcil to sihitl estate are reQuetted
make Immediate payment, while those lm. H
claims against the said estate will present Hi
duly authenticated to the undersigned.
T. K. KSITZ,
Junes. 1900. Adinini-tr.it':
EXKCUTOB'S NOTIUB. Notice is he
ui veil that letters testa mctitarv upon Hi
tate of Caroline Mover, late f ileaver t
Snvili'r fniiikti' On i ImMII lA lino ti.in t.-U
in due form of law to the undersigned, to wl
all Imlebted to said estate should make In
diate piivinent and those havinif claiiiin iil'.i
it should present them duly authenticate!) I'
settlement. HARVEY KOYBB, Ex
Beavertown. I'a., May 7, 1909,
EXKl TTHIX'S NOTIOB, Notice is li
Kiven that letters testamentary upn
t lie estate of Win. F. Howell, late of We-
ver Twp.. Stivder County, I'entia , dnyAsn
have been Issued in due form of law to t)
denigned, to whom all inrlehttsl to saiit
havinir claims nc;ainst it shouhl presenl
duly nutheiitiiited for settleineiit.
LIZZIE UOWKLL Biecu
. tersof Ailiiiiuistrntion i 11 1 1
tstHte ol Amelia Krdley, late of Fiunfcim
Snvdcr county, I'h., dee'd, bavlnff hem .
1.. ,1.. 1., all ,.-..,.- I. H. ........ till
pelves indeDsaa to MUO estate are reuuwva
nuke itniiieduite piivinent. while t) H
el ilni. will presi'Dt tliym duly a ut lieu: ie.,:el
II. A. BA0CH.
June is:. BTM.
tnte of V inlrtta HnwiTN.ix.lntf ,,f MlddIM
U.....1.. 1 1 Pa .I-...'. I 1 1 I .en
,.!. .,.l.l...,l n . t.7. fhi
If III- HBmSBSJSgWgBBBM, ISII I 1-1-1. I.- I. IM'1' ' "
irhf f ntlcl'ttMl 0 -ni fHtatc are n iu.ntcxl
make Imtiirdiate pHyinent. while IboM Kn
ciaiuis will irPent them duly authentii!
JAMI-a P. .SMITH.
June 23, 1W0. AduiiniKtrto.
Chriritian man or woman
(lUftllfv for Hfrmaiint rutaitfri
Mfl .ui-1 rt"s-tii NUinned on volniui to 1 .'
mi sum iM'iiii vuuiiiv. sTrwr vt'nrii
lace, Uenrl Secretary, Cochran BtUM
Wasnington, D. t, opposite Treaiiurv Vh
Torsro mks waivtkd
With fAlr PflllPntlnti and rmnA .1 " ' '
T IT A ti V T L"T tr 1 s till v tTi J HID
Inff rtlllWUV mmnutilfH am the nnlv tHTfKri
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