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On Silrrr .Mate cnn only be
dcttfwlflcd aftrr Ion years
of actual sen ice unless you
mirchase VraiT bearing n well
known kradcnrarku rof over
hnlfn century 5poons, Forks,
Have btcn !n use and irtvcfj
iHTfevt Ml lsfa Hon They
ore sold by leading l-:ilrrs
everywhere. I or caftalofrut
No. I'.'.uf ne.v (1cmi;iis scud lo
A TTOKNKY'H NUTIUK.-Notlce is Hereby
given mm i".ri "i itiiuriiej.in-iaci upoi
ins estate 01 i-.i i r.i i m waiter, line of tenter
township, Hoyder county, in., dee'd, ims been
given D) iin-iii-irs ii said estate to the under
sIl'iimI, tn all imii'i'ii'ii ti said efitati
Blnxild roaki Immediate payment mni three hav.
i iiL,' claims hk' t' ii i n miiiumi prr-riii luemaui)
uui iienili ati d or soitl n,
; I u WALTER.
Mlddli b irgh. I'a. Au auey-ln-fact.
Nu. ID, Ii" 0. 61.
A DM I
DMIN1STUAT0RH' NOTICE Let-
of Ailiiiinistration in the
estate of Catharine Drouse, late of Penn iwp..
Snyder oounty, Pa.( dee'd, having heengranted
Iciibs undarslgnad, uil parsons knowing them
ash ras Indel led to Haiil estate are requested to
make Immediate pay at, while those hsvlng
elaimswlll present tbem duly authenticated to
OkO, A. SNYDKIt, Ralam, I'o.,
J. I. I'lsma;, Selinsgrove, 1'n.
Oct. 18,1900 Administrators.
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE. Let
ters of Administration in the ph
t it" of T'leodnre Brilley, late ol Pranklio ivp.
MnvdiT co , i' i . d. iM., having been grant.
ed lo the utnlerslk'iied, all persons knowing
tbemselves Indebted to said estate are requested
to make Immediate payment, while those having
lalins win present them duly authenticated to
HAVII.I.A KKIH.KY, Admlnlstmtrii.
m. i. POTTER, Aify, Pajtotovilie, p,
iddleburgb, Pa., Oct. 1, won.
VJZBCUTOR'S NOTICE -Notice I- herehy
J Kv'i that loiter testamentary upon th
odjkte of Thomas Wise, late of Centre
Township, Snyder County, Pa , flueeSNeil, hve
been Issued in due form of law to the under
jgned, to whom nil Indebted to said mtate
rihoiild make Immediate payment and those
having elalmi against it should present them
duly nuthentirnted for settlement,
BAtfUBL II. BTROUB, Kiecutor,
Pennscreek, Pa., Oct. II. wuo.
CXBCUTKIX'8 NOTICE. Notice Is bereb;
- given thut letters testamentary upon the en
sati' of Samuel Brunner, late of Centre Twn
Hoyder County, Pa., deceased, hv been Issued
n due form of law to the iinderHiKiied, lo whom
til Indebted to said estate should make Imnn
dint.- payment stid those having claims saslna
U should present them duly HiitheiiticHtrd foi
issttlement. KI.IAS BRDRNBR, Executor.
Vannsereek, Pa.i Oct II, iuoo.
PXKCI'TOH'.S NOTIc::.-Notlco Is herebj
given thut letters testamentary upon the e
jno of Hainnel ArboRast, dee'd, of Merry twp .
elnyder countv. Pa . deceased havn tsu.n lun.fi
in due form of law to the undersigned, to whom
ail inucnteo to said estate should make imine
dlste payment mid those hsvlni; elalmi again'
It si. ould present them duly authenticated for
settlement. (IK(). K. BKOS1U8, Executor,
.Ml Pleasant Mills, i'a. Oct. II. I'.HUl.
Jello, the cw DeSOl I.
pleaHew all the fuuiily. Four Flavors
Leiuou.oraiigi'.rrtHpberry and Htraw
berry At your grocei s. 10 cents.
Try it to-day.
Snyder Count) Feachera,
Ji. F. Smith,
H. R. Weader,
Ira W. Bingamau,
A. W. GUI,
BEAVEB TOWN SHI 1
K. E. WetseJ,
C. L. Wetzel,
A. W. Mus-cr,
Jacob A. Aigler,
John Hassinger, "
BEAVEB WEST, TOWNSHIP
W. H. Herbster,
Ira (i. Wagner,
J. F. Snook,
Chas. E. Wagner,
T. A. Wagner,
C. E. Baker,
L. C. Wagner,
Kathyrn Miller Pennsoreek
A. B. Sheary,
E. S. Wolf,
L. C Bingaman,
E. E. Sliambach,
A. A. Bingaman,
J. A. Bowersox,
Thos. A. Herrold,
F. II. Attinger,
J. Harry Kreitzer,
Jas. 0. Sehafler,
Annie Winey, Evendalo
S. H. Graybill, Richfield
Jerome Erdley, Swineford
Eva Roth rock,
Wm. F. Howell, Paxtonville
"Wm. R. Zimniernian, "
Maud Gift, a
a G HetnhMB,
John J. BoUodWj
L. C. Iludlinuu,
K. B. H. Albert, Knararville
Ammon Miller, New lkrliu
MIDDI.KIU KCiH H0ROUUH
A. R. (lillwrt, Middleburg
I'M in ( 'harles, "
Lottie Crouse, "
aiDDLECREKK TOWNBH I P
1). F. Ran,
V. F. Green ho6)
F. II. Besnten,
Catharine Hook, "
I). Norman Conn, "
f. A. Stetler, Sbamokin Dam
.J. S. lu'iclicnbacli,
C nr:i Jarrett,
U. A. Mover,
M. P. Herman,
Win. A. Erdley
H. C. Heiidricke
W. I). Jarrett,
John V. Long,
B. F. Bolig, ,lr.,
Mt. Pl's't M'ls
C. K. Fisher,
T. (J. Arbogast,
A. M. Gar man.
X. E. ytuek,
Geo. V. Sierer.
Mt. PIVt M'h
E. F. Uarner,
J. A. Sohaefier,
PERRY WEST, TOWNSHIP
II. 8. Horaberger. Richfield
R. L, Sell rovee Selinsgrove
D. L. Gemberling,
W. Ralph M'agenscller,
Chas. R. Klose, Beaver Springs
J. F. Keller,
J. C. Herbster,
0. W. Smith,
W. H. Kline,
Michael Br u baker,
David S. Herrold.
Thomas (i. Herrold, "
Reuben W. A ticker, Duudore
WASH I N ITON TOWN8HI P
Ceo. W. Walbora,
T. E. II oil,
C. Amon Shaffer,
he Was Too Oamevoua.
"I wonder what maaee Cbumiey look
She Haven't you heard? His wtfe'i
mind ia gone.
"I don't wonder. He toM me she had
been giving him a peeee of It every day
ioi Uiree years." Braoklya life.
Vfce VmmmX Way.
Ft lendDo yon try to make your
eH a daMy aad hourly oeceaaity to
your husband, aa I advised?
Brlda Yes, Indeed. I keep every
tWnf la lu place, so he oaa never And
a thing without my halo. Ji y
A Family Trait.
Orville What a trusting little thine
your wife is!
Owen Yes; she takes after her fa
ther. "She does, does she?"
"Oh, yes; her father's a tailor, yoa
know." Yonkera Statesman.
Oaetleton After all, old man, d
you see any valid objection to marry
iny a widow?
Clnbberly Oh, yea. Her first hue
band may not have left her a centl
IX uum tMia mat cnorccs
imay eaeoffe to t But la Clevi, '
U..-Ur...Or. Und- - ,hey hav"
formed a club, the
object of which it
to help parties in divorce cases. This
oew organization, which is to be ofll-
rially known aa The Concatenated
to be composed of men who have been
throne and the t,. 4t,0rc
uits pending, the latter being hoi-
orary members until they are legall.-
freed from the ties that bind. The
initiation fee will be two dollars and
me duett one dollar per month. 8ev- positor. The third step is an invention
enty-flve per cent, of the money no j for automatic stereotyping which per
raised will be used to help the "Will-: forma in 15 seconds the work which
Bes" pay the attorneys' fees and costa 1 now occupies three men one minute.
In getting their divorces. The remain- i The reporter's typewriter, like that of
ing M per cent, will be used to pur
chase a handsome diamond und gold
nd"'. Which will be presented to the
common pleas judge vtho grants the
most divorces in a year. One of the
features of the proposed club rooms
will be a scrap book in which the re-
ports of divorce cases wiii be kept.
Once a month there will be a lecture
by some attorney well up in divorce
laws. It is safe to say that the mem
bers of this queer club arc men who
have helped to make marriage u failure.
The American "young fellow" is a ' positor. We wrote nu nrticle ns fol
very agreeable subject to behold, ' lws: 'Jnmcs Wilson called nt our of
startlingly announces the lioston Her- ce J'rstcrday and renewed his sub
aid. He bus the advantage over the i acription. Mr. Wilson, it will be re
French youth of his age of looking : memtaered, raised this year's prize
much fresher. The well-bred French
child is a charming creation, but the
French youth at the end of his teens
has the air of having exhausted life
Instead of being about to begin it,
unif prehents a sharp contrast to the
alert and euger young American. The
distinction may be noted with the
more confidence since it has struck ao
observant a Frenohman as U Paul
Bourget, In hie remarks upon the as
pect of the undergraduutea of Har
vard. Innocence Is no part of the
French ideal of young manhood, and
It Is -till an important part of the
A teacher of an Indian school de
clares that the descendants of Lo are
gifted with logical minds. "One of my
Indian boys," aaya this teacher,
"asked the meaning of 'miss.' To
miss,' said I, la the same thing as to
fail. You shoot at a bird or at a mark
and do not hit it; you salsa it. You
go to a tailor for a coat and your coat
flU badly; It Is a misfit. You hope to
enter the middle class next year, but
you cannot paae the examinations, and
so you miss the promotion.' His faee
wore a puzzled air, and he shook his
head. Then,' said I, 'there is another
meaning of the word. We call a mar
ried lady madam, hat an unmarried
lady miss.' His face brightened; he
smiled and nodded. 'Ah, I see,' he
said, 'she has missed her man!' "
A German surgeon recently cut off a
patient's second toe and sewed it to
the stump of a missing forefinger, and
it is proving a very good substitute.
The gentleman should be cautioned
to avoid tho wearing of too tight
gloves, remarks a facetious contem
porary, or he mny be called upon to
nurse a very painful corn on that toe
finger. It is said that the largest orchard
in South Dakota is owned by u wom
an, Mrs. Laura A. Alderman, of Har
ley Turner county, fche has 150 acres
planted with 8,000 fruit trees of vari
ous kinds, two acres being of plums.
There are also 10OO gooseberry
bushes, 1,000 currant bushes, 500 grape
vines and three scree of strawberry
The present area of the United
States, including Alaska and our three
new island colonies, is 3,846,140 square
miles. So large a portion of the
world's surface cannot be accurately
conceived without the use of com
parisons. The extent of our country
is 19 times that of Baropeaa France,
or 32 times that of Grant Briteim.
two nttie (junker cnudrea were on
day playing together, ond some little
differences arose. One grew auite an
gry and said, passionately: "If thee
doesn't take care, I'll swear at thee!"
"Oh, oh!" cried the other, too much
shocked to say more, "i will!" ex
claimed the other. "Oh, thee little
A woman's club which bus no higher
purpose thun promoting the cooking
of good things to eat has recently been
established in a Pennsylvania town.
Kach member ngrees to experiment
upon her husband with new dishes, nnd
to report at the fortnightly meeting
of the club the one ho likes best.
Galveston is in the track of a cer
tain abnormal but not infrequent
West Indian hurricane which fails to
be deflected from the Georgia and
Florida coasts. It keeps to its north
ward course and strikes the Louis
iana, Texas or Mexico coasts, accord
ing to its impulses.
Since the wasp-like waist and chalk
like complexion hare not been looked
upon as attractive in women, soys a
New York paper, the middle and rich
er classes of women have been visibly
grower stronger, and fuller and
Inventors who have been studying
the problem of time-saving in news-
Mrw In rr... PaP" oKc are
Worlc r , 7?
ery which, it is ex
pected, will develop three times the
speed of present methods and reduce
thai number nf nncrntorv The rtrci is
j foratinr tape wituout tue ussislance o
i a human receiver. By means of the
j second device the perforated tape Is
, made to operate the typesetting ma-
: chine, thus doing the work of the com-
the telegraph operator, will produce
both the perforated tape ami the priut-
d copy, so that matter written In the
offices as well a.s that received by wire
cna put in type by the now method,
"to changes are significant both of the
t vu'"c of time in newspaper offices, and
' ,nc tendency of the age to shortiu
tUe v;l' to industrial results,
The Indianapolis Sun, of recent
date, contains this very honest tpolo-
j "Appearanoei were ngainst us last
week, owing to a blunder of our enm-
! cabbnge head. Little .lolinnv, who ao-
compuuied his father, is a fine little
man.' The above Is the way we wrote
it. In setting it up, however, 'our
compositor omitted a period, which
made part of it read as follows: 'Mr.
Wilson, it will bo remembered, raised '
this year's prize cabbage head, little
Johnny,, who accompanied his father.':
We trust that Mr. Wilson ond our j
army of readers will have faith in our
veracity when we aaseTt that no harm
Some fealher-headed genius hnt
found one way to attain s certain sort
44 notoriety that is possibly salisfno
tory to himself, says the New York I
Time Bis initials are "J. H. W."
What his name, is local history hot
not as yet revealed. This individual,
with jackknife in his possession, bai
carved his initials on every bench In
Riverside park from Seven ty-seoond
street to brant's tomb. One cannot
find a eeat without those initials star
ing him in the face. How one man
ever found enough idle time to ds
the job, and without detection, ie the
profound mystery of the beautiful
Charles Roeentoerger, a young mol
der, while accompanying a fire com
pany's excursion, stepped' out on the
platform of a train Which was. travel
ing close to a mile a minute. His hat
blew off and Rose nbergrr jumped after
It. The train was backed up and the
foolhardy young man was carried on
board in an unconscious condition. In
half an hour he recovered and it was
found that he had sustained only a few
trifling scratches. Kosenbrrger eays
thut he did not want to mar the appear
ance of the fire company by marching
in any other than the regulation hat.
Mrs. Henrietta Chase, of Danbury,
Ann Ai.A It. I ; ...
,uu., uniRwaui leaving uune a ill- ,
tie property to various persons. Te I
xvitiuouu vnuw, wuo wns uppOMQ tn other cable news wnien appears tn THK pailv
K uw furor ;aa n.,d,... j. v t TUIUl'NKof wtme date, alro Domeslic and
be Her favorite nephew, ah bequenthed i Foreign rnirnnpnndnnen, Hhorisiories.KieKani
"my net of falsfte Upper t e T h "which ' ' -one Illustrations, Humorous Items, In
. ii u a - . . . diistriul Information. Fashion Notes, Agtical-
WU1 be KOUnd in the Upper rJfllt-hud ' luml Matters and Comprehensive and Keliabls
drawer of my bureau. H The toudit ' Filiandal nd Mrktt "ports.
. , - , , I ttenular subscription price, $I.A0 per year,
man at once concludea that his atUlt W,ZnUh it wltTles rasTtoe B.WpJ year.
rauax nave concealed some diamonds or
other precious stones in the set of
teeth. Accordingly he smashed up his
bequest, but found no Jewels. He will
now contest the will.
By way of a Joke some one recently
sent to a New York society belle a
full-grown camel. The young wom
an promptly aerrptsi the gift, which
every evening after the theater
erowde have dispersed ' led by a col-
servant up and down Hroadway
exercise. For the nrst night or
art a lew revelers were startled
aentporary sobriety at sight of!
ZZg.n? M winffing ttIO,lgiNo Assessments
At a guthering of old folks in the
town of Charlemont, Mass., the other
day, the chairman called for all
present over 70 years of age to rise,
and 72 responded. He then asked
all those who were over 80 to rise,
ond there were 12 who had passed
that limit. A similar call for all over
90 brought four members of the gath
ering to their feet.
The health department in Boston
has completed a bacteriological test
of public telephones and advises care
to avoid actual contact of the lips
with the transmitter. Cleansing with
five per eent. carbolio acid solution
after each use is recommended. Pub
lic phonograph tubes, which enter the
ear, may also convey disease.
Cheboygan, Mich., claims to have
the youngest grandmother In Amer
ica. She married at 12, and gave
birth to a daughter a year later. The
child, following her mother's exam
ple, married young and lately when
16 years old gave birth to child,
whose grandmother ie now a little
over 89 years old.
Nerves Wear Out
And grow weak and exhausted when not properly nour-
selsswl Stief on on Anrrin Imoad
The loss of nervous power Mean the fa.bng health and the
wasting form. It is felt in the aching head, the throbbing heart,
tn irritability, indigestion, restlessness and loss of sleep. Re-
build the WOm-OUt nerves, rest the tired brain and add new fuel
tO the vital fires with the best of all tonica, Dr. Miles' Nervine
"I never bad anything do mn 89 much good as Dr Miles'
Nervine. 1 had been suffering from blind piles for seme time
and had lost so much blood thit my nerves were In a very tad
condition. I bought a buttle ef the Nervine on trial and it
did me so much good that I have siuce taken two mere. The
result Is my health has been wonderfully imprvrel aed I aae
very thankful that I gave It a trial."
J. b. Uexslkk. Kti irgold, Ga.
D . Miles' Nervine
16 food for tit worn-out nerves and the wearv hrsln. Il
ls a food for the over-taxed and wralr dlfeitlae. It
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