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' History. Established in 144 its the
Union Demokrat, at New Merlin, a(it-r-autu
Whig paper, ChaiiKctl name to
the Post In IKHl. Oldest Republican
ewttpaper in Hnyder County.
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Furniture Dealers and
4th St., SUNBURY, PA.
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A MERRY CHRISTMAS
j A HAPPY NEW YEAR
H. N. BLANK
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awl core of attrac 've features.
The Christian Endeavor World
002 Tremont Temple, Boston,
183 Ij Salle Street, Chicago, III.
It I a eomtnor; thing t
man being propi i :y poor
a kino 1 1 1
i hat im.'t he .u.
toon e qukIi. bi
there is a man in Pittsbm. . accord
iag to the News of that c If, who it
postage atamp poor. He diiln't know
there really were bo many stumps la
exiatence until he camp into his stock
and now he is eager to dispose of tht
lot cheap, for he needs the money.
About a year ago he loaned his broth
er $800 V start up in a small buaineu
with a large mail-order department.
Under the mistaken idea that stampa
are legal tender, with a deposit of bul
lion behind them in the national treas
ury, the debtor recently paid hli
brother the $200 in atamp. That
amount of money in one-dollar billi
makes a rather bulky roll, a anyone
who ever nati that much at once can
testify, but $200 in one-cent and two
cent stamps would till a large waste
basket. The Pittsburgh brother takes
the debtor'B word for the correctness
of the count, for lie cannot afford to
hire on auditor, and his own time ii
too valuable. The stamps ore not
even yi sheets. They came in little
strips of from three to ten, while sev
erul thousand were sent singly, lit
has stocked up nil his friends with
enough to last them for months, but
he still has enough left to begin at
the other end of on endless chain-letter
scheme and work it backward.
In the Boston Journal the fashion
able ladles' tailor relates the tragic
story of "J he
Story of a Trona-
lady lived in the
country. Periodically she came to
town and ordered gowns without both
ering about the price. "Finally one day
she came to town oh she was n fine
woman as well as a fine customer and
she said 'I'm going to be married
soon. I should like os good a trousseau
ok you can make.' She knew whut that
would meanin the way of expense, but
;he nev, 7 'd a question about
pi ices; .iii.a rartc blanche order.
,118'. we went to work nnd
impnrlt-df "e of the best goods silks
and ntiiy' V'd laces that could be
found in iiris. You may be sure that
it was a trousseau we were proud of.
In round figures the cost was $2,0(M). It
was nil ready a week liefore the data
set for her marriage, and we were just
about to ship it, when what do you
thing? we got word that she was
dead. She hod been killed accidentally
In her own house. No, we didn't lose
our money. We put in our claim
against her estate. It was a tragic bill
wasn't it'? 'Trousseauv $2,000.' " -
A lady resident of Mexico, Mo., has
just won a curious lawsuit brought
against her by a Connecticut firm
which manufactures bronze monu
i msnts. Some time uco she ord tired
from the plaintiffs u $384 bronze mon
ument to be erected on the grave other
parents, with this inscription:
"The Lord Is my shepherd,
I shall not want."
The engraver made it read "fear" in
stead of "want," nnd Mrs, Doty re
fused to pay the bill. The lawsuit fol
lowed. The judge instructed the jury
that if they considered tfce inscription
to be a material variance from the
words of the psalmist they should lind.
for the defendant, and they did so.
Many humorous features were de
veloped in the taking of the ceusua
of 1900. One quesfion wns indicated
by the remark "length of residence,"
which was expected to show how long
the people living in various localities
at the time of the census had beea
there. 'When the reports came in H
wns found that many of these queries
were answereu in figures in this way:
20x 40, 15x30, etc The enumerators
had gone around with a foot rule and
had measured the length of the resi
dences of the people they counted.
Rest rooms for farmers' wives are
lieing established in some towns in
the west. They are located in the
business center and are made cozy
anil comfortable with easy chairs,
lounges, books and magnzincs. Some
offer tea, at the nominal price of three
cents a cup. These rooms are sus
tained by women's clubs in the cities,
or the merchants of the cities contrib
ute to them, with the idea that they
help to draw trade.
The death of Levi McLaughlin, a
citizen of Wichita, Kan., brings out a
story of his remarkable fondness for
children. lie had 12 of his own, of
whom 11 are now living, but at dif
ferent times he adopted a round dozen
more.including five orphans of one
The pair of new corduroy trousers
offered for the best country fiddler at a
Kansas street fair was awarded to a
pretty ranch girl, who blushingly ac
cepted the gift with the remark that
if .-hion continued to drift in its
p sent direction she would be able
t wear 'em by and by.
Up to the end of September 33,804,
000 ticket to the Paris exposition
had been sold. The figures indicate
that it baa been considerable of a
show after all.
A scientist says a sigh It due to
worry, but that a deeper cans U . lnck
of oxygen. Novelists have a in
to introduce new effects in Bent 'U-
Bhr v i on.
Dolly was out for a wslk sad met SB
frw nd of her graudfather.
"And how old are you, little oneT
...-ked the old gentleman.
liut Dolly was indignant.
"I'm hardly old at all; I'm nearly
new," she answered, tossing her head
Wails Btllen Hla Stories,
He had come home late the previous
night and was telling bow it happened.
"You really ought to ha married
that little Miss Jonas instead of bbs,"
she said, at last.
"Why?" ha demanded.
"Oh, she's such a creduleas amis
thing." Chicago Poet.
Mia I don't llks the eold formality
of some fashionable women. They
ought to put more warmth in their
Liz Well, you marry one of them,
and you'll find out she can make it
hot enough for you. Detroit Free
Am Vihiowi Qaaatltr.
Mrs. WhliHetree So your son Rube
has finally graduated as an M. D.7 la
he any good?
Mrs. Swamproot We don't jewt know
yetl None o' my neighbors' children
has been took sick yet, and pop won't
risk letting him practice on the cowal
Two Mm with Oh Hope.
"My boy telle me he is getting much
valuable information at college," said
the proud father; "I hope he won't for
get everything when he comes home."
"I hope not, sir," ssid the profeseoei
"he's borrowed $35 from me already."
Met Be Straase.
"Plane music by the pound."
Exclaimed th music buyer.
"O! well, we never can, I've fouaa,
Expect It by tht choir."
WHY HH LOST THH IAUL
Miss Oldham I want a birthday caks
sent up to the house to-morrow with
"eight oairKeii ou it. '
linker (slightly deaf) Did yon say
M candles?--Chicago Chronicle.
The Prudent Lover.
I'd serenade you, love, but 'tweuM not do;
Uood sleep I'd have to lose and so wuuld
A D1k Beat.
"Women beat the world!" said the
unmarried man, reading of some new
exploit in the suffrage line.
"And men beat the carpet," added
the married man, bitterly. Chicugo
What She Would Do.
"When we're married, dear, you
won't be always threatening to go
home to your mother, will you?"
"No; I'll threaten to have mother
some and live with us." Chicago Rec
For qufrjk reading
Children's Gloves 25c to 75c
Hoys' OveordutB $1.25 to $12
len's Fancy Ev; in Trousers
$1 to $6
waters . .
' in U rwear 26c to
! . 00c to $3
0c to $1.25
r f ?1 ra
Did you ever try to dodge the
rain-drops? Did not succeed
very well, did you? It's Just
as useless to try to escape from
the germs of consumption. You
can't do It. They are about us
on every hand and we are con
stantly taking them Into our
Then why don't we all have
this disease? Simply because
these germs cannot gain a foot
hold In a strong throat and
lungs. It' when these are
weak that the germs master.
The body must be well supplied
with fat. The danger comes
when the blood is poor and the
body Is thin. If your cough does
not yield, and your throat and
lungs feel raw and sore, you
should not delay-another day.
of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypophos
phites at once. It will heal the
inflamed membranes and greatly
strengthen ties GB well. The
digestion becomes stronger, the
appetite better and the weight
increases. The whole body be
comes well fortified and the
germs of consumption cannot
gain a foothold.
It's this nourishing, sustain
ing and strengthening power
of SCOTT'S EMULSION that
has made it of such value in
all wasting and exhausting
$c. nd $i.oo, ft! druggists.
SCOTT & llUWNt, Chemists, Ntw York.
Kl llltl KS Vj
Parmer's Fell Boots.a STclj
"en's Rubber Boots t'.Tii r
Men's Rabbet Shoes 2soup
Womenf Rubber Shoes 38c up
Child's Rubber Shoes . up
I.I I in it
Men's Slinm Wr up
K Hoys' Btloaa TO up
' I jmII"".' Simon He an
KCONOMCIAI. SHOK BMP . PUBburjr, It
At'lil HT FLOW IX".
'"It is a nirpriBing fact." says Prof.
Hou.ton. "tliut in niy travels in all
parts of tlie world, for the Inst ten
years. I Imv int more' people hav
ing used (ireen's '"AtlgOtt Flower"
than any other remedy, for dyspe
psia, tleiangetl liver and stomach,
mil for constipation. I And for
tourists and lalwrasit, or for persons
tilling office positions, where head
aches a (1 Keneritl bad feelings from
irre til haliits exist, that Green's
"Angus Flower" is grand remedy.
It does not injure the system by fre
quent use, and is excellent for sour
stomachs ami indigestion." Sample
bottles free at the Middleburg Drug
Sold by dealers in civilized coun
Get Green's Prize Aim nnnc.
Tbe Most Elaborate Displays in the town Beautiful As
sortments of Good Sorts of Holiday Gifts for Men
and Boys.C Tn every nook and corner of this great store
can be fmml the rarest kinds of pretty and useful
Xinas presents come and see or better still make this
store your headquarters while in oui city:
You will soon see in a minute why
we say this is the most reliable
Clothing House in Sunbury.
we submit a few of
Men's Umbrellas 50c to $8
Muffetts $1 to $1.50
Cardigan Jackets $1 to $3
Mackintoshes $2.25 to $10
Ladies' Umbrellas. . .75c to $8.50
Fancy Shirts 50c to $3
Woolen Gloves 25c to 75c
Men's Suits $2.50 to $25
Really the moat ralUible
Oaaee mt Hla Sorrow.
Jodge Yon are charged with break
ing a chair over your wife's head.
What excuse have you to offer foi
such an act?
Prisoner I'm very sorry, your
honor, but I did it in a moment of
Judge And you now regret your
hasty action, I suppose.
Prisoner I do, Indeed, judge. That
chair cost me seven dollars. Cb'cugo
J Call to
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Ja 1 i i . I i .
otii'ii t. i.,t.
opened B store
Clothing, Hats aud Men's
lias eonie here to stay.
CI a 1 XT1I
miles to fee inc. Ou saies
one way lor 1(1 miles, and on each additional $10 sale, the
fare for ten miles will be allowed. We quote a few pricsU
Men's Overcoats for $2.i0 to $20; Men's Suits from $2.90
$18; Boys' 2 niece Suits from 70c up: Youths' Suits fronl
$2.60 up. Cur Prices are
warm weather. We also
wear. Hats. Cans. Trunks
ceiving Holiday Goods daily
plete line in the city.
- lal - l - I - I - I - lH - I -
the many choice things to be found
SuitCases $1.48 to $10
Telescopes 50c to $1.25
Club Bags 75c to $8
Men's Hats ....50c to $2
Bath Robes $2.98 to $7.50
Flannel Night Robes. .59c to $1.25
All kinds of Ties 5c to $1
Trunks $2 to
JL-F Clothlf Store in Sunbury K,
t 'hit-kens 6
Bruit er 100.
Flour per bbl
43) Vlircst St,
m 1 1 1 1 n m m t n 1 1 m tL
The old :iih1 reliabe WOLF FRIEDMAN,
merly of Mifflinburg and Lewisbunr, Pa..
..... el... .... . ... ... I I I
at 81 Market Street, (Ixeb'8
Stand) Bunburfi with a new and large line
Men and Boys; Suits oi'the
rfl , 1. 1
New York TRICES.
An invitation is extendeded to all to call
that this is the chetv is .most
to buy your Grjods. '
. ..... j j
off 10 carfare will be allowed
greatly reduced on account of thJ
carry a full hue of Shoes, Undern
and full Dress Cases. We are
and will carry the most
lIM - I - I - IIHI - l - I - I - H
Fine Kid Gloves 50o