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wr latest Stales
latest Creations in
of fine art
Ikalenbavs for 1901
-y"A Postal will fetch you a Salesman
letter TbeaOs? Envelope?
Cbeg'te jirn buns
i 'A p.-stal ill (el I j u Specimens
W. WtfUMtlltr, Kdilor and Proprietor.
Rates: tint Dollar Pel Vnnum, in Advance,
&Acs - . AA.tliiltJI'l to - c
Ol'C ID LOCAL LACONCSlSni
A fiit t n r wanted :tt this office)
Batuuel Wittonmyer, Jr., Inula shout
ing match mi Christmas Day.
The Pennsylvania Railroad i- put
Ung in it new Billing it 1 tin- place,
A purse containing $18.55 was made
up by 1 1 1 - philanthropic n-i ill t tow u
and presented as a Christinas glfl to
W tNl'KD. A s mil band Traction
Engine and Board Saw Mill. Send
description of Mill and Engine to K. S,
Mitterling, Strouptown, Pa.
Wanted, 1 want to purchase Rock
Oak mid White Oak, Pine an. I White
Pine Timber al favorable prices, Ad
dress "11." The I'ost, Middlchorg, Pa.
l-.s-.it . I
Robert Hummel, cast of town, hud
sill his children at home for Christinas
dinner. They had 8 turkeys nnd one.
jooster, and 3 people were present. A
pleasant time was spent.
A party was given Monday evening,
Dee. 24th, al the home of I '. 11. Dun
kellnTger in Swineford in honor of Dr. !
ml Mrs. J. O. Salladn, of Sew Rlug ;
old, A la rue uuinberof friends were
fne members of the United Evanta-I
lii : ' chureh c,!' p, nnscn ek were at this
i. nnd (link home tlielr elcimnt raize
irdofl by the Post, a line Weaver
phiipel organ sold by F. 8. Rlegle, of
i ' 1 1 1 1 ii. iiuubert, i Atcivees nail
will take charge of Rothermers
n after tic 15th of this month, W.
ist, the nresent landlord will
toHerudon to take charge of a
From Jan. 1 to Feb. 15th, I will sell
B .vis, heaters and ranges at dls
d il nl Id per cent, A $40 stove will
le sold for $36. Other goods w ill he
iild correspondingly low,
(J. W. Hashing eh.
For Bale oh Rent. Country store
rithout stuck Room w ill he vacant
iy Feh. l ( IikmI place for country pro
luce. Nine room dwelling. Reason
r selling, sickness. Terms easy.
Geo. W, HlM.MEt.KEII H,
It. ( 'ow an, I'a.
Go to A. E. -for a smooth easy
have or up-to-date hair cut and head
ilea used with a refreshing shtimp r
uidruff removed with his tunic. A
an towel to each pntrou. Parlor In
nik building, one door cast of Post
Bee. Satisfaction it jaranteed. tf.
Members of the United Evangelical
lunch will lie unci -tul to Icirn that
IB. Lelsenring, Esq. of Altoona oflers
donate fifteen acres of land in the
burns of Alt i If the United Evan-
Ileal church will erect the antral
I'lm-vlvaum co: ?e tin toon, i he
egelanow located at New Berlin.
t removal to n mote convenient centre
en agitated lor some time.
Our ri'iriilar annual mnrk rlown sale
idies' and Children's Coats, Capes
H Skirts Is taking place. As usual
tare cutting the prices al -t in half.
..lies' ( loats from $10 to $0.50.
I lies' ( 'oat- from s to $5.
kd'c' Coats om 80 to $4.
hd all nth":'- In proportion.
S. Wi ts.
il. Sclllisitrnvo, Pa. I
dncsdey of last week Mrs. Calvin
Her got Into a buggy to start for
liuburgaild the horse started ofl
suddenly before the driver enter
B buggy. The horse w as stopped
rnuuiug several blocks, rsouam-
WBj d"he. b'ul Mrs. Stetler was
Iy badly frightened.
u Harris Bower and A. I-'. Gilbert,
bis place, passed a very creditable
summation before a committee of
lyder county attorneys for admission i
the practice ol law. We congratulate
Me young men on their success and1
sh them much success In the prac-
of their chosen profession.
neighboring editor now takes the
streets of his own on account of
ruy he mixed up a report of a cut-
now and a concert, says an cx-
ga. Tins is the way lie made it
'The concert given by Odessa's
ft beautiful young ladies wiih highly
elated. They sang in a most
ling manner, winning the pluu-
the entire audience, who pro-
them the finest herd of short-
the country. A few are of
own color, but the majority are
brown and white. Several of
i are able-bodied, fine-limbed
orove trood milkers."
Till: PRESS ALMANAC FOB IC4L
Greatest Handbook i the War Now Ready
Presidential year and census-taking
1 1 iiit' oner uiiuhium uih triuiuiiot) rur an
almanac and the advent of a new cell
tury oecntuates them. Judged by the
,. luiiui i ,. , ,,, ,
great itosslbilltics before II I he Phils-
ili.ltihin PriHiy V tin in-i.." furinnl u lii. li
is now ready, i- invuluuhle; its ages
must becousulted dailj by the thought-
t'ol mnn If h.i u..nl.l .,..i.r in fnl.
lest degree the happenings near and
, , .
in "men in- iojici n, in-- iii mm.
The u-flnlt.li nf rnflln mill rutiflliw iif Kin.
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tistlcsand reconls, contained in "The
Press Almanac" Ilium urrenl hap-J
pen inns as nu other book can. It is an en
iHHlla of the past vear and a uuidc
to the future. It contains everything
which a work of Its standard should.
The j i cents for it can In- secured from
any newsdealer or by ud Ircsslng "The
Philadelphia Pie--" ill yield ll better
, , ' .
return than any nihil' Investment
which can 1. made ill this, the
lllg ear ol the -'it 1 1 ecnUirv,
hi another column of to-dnv's Issue
, , , "
appears the iidvertlscmciil of the won-1
del' hunk of .'..i.iii an publications
of ih.' ncnie of th uipilers' and
printers' art, here mechanical excel
lence, literary ierfcctlotl and the
nlth of iiecuracy of detail an- com
hin din a volume of over is1! imires
that sell- at the popular price of l"i
We refer to th,- New Vork World
Almnunc ami EiieycloiM-dia, better
known a- the "The Standard Americ
And so it i-. It Is ii'iec
cans than is "Whitttkei - ' 1 1 (hi
The 1001 volume Is now n udy C
public, and by special arrangement
with the publishers we oiler il with one
year's subscriptioe to this paper al $1.25.
The new features enumerated In the
advertisement published 1 -day are
alone worth the price of the btsik. Be
sides the features announced, there ure
more than 1,000 other topics discussed,
and more than in. nun facts touched
le ad the uuunuuccitlcitt and -end in
Speak Well "f Vour Town,
s eak well of your toyni and her ci
tizens or emigrate. There i- no reason
able cause for any 011c living in a place
they do not like. Dccllirc t O the
stranger thul is within your gate that
your town is the best mi earth. Point
out to him tin- many itilvautagi s of the
town; tin- school houses, churches and
dlfl'eretil brunches of business repres
ented in the place. Speak a gotsl w ord
about your fellow cltl.cn, and those
that visit your town go away w ith a
good impression of the place, ir you
feel that you can'! do this, tloll'l -land
on the street corners and pour on a
Woe to every person that happens to
wander your way. in plain English
defend your town or leave it Ex.
The Columbia Desk Calendar Is uni-
que in that tin- material for tin- printed I days ugo the jurisdiction of Thonial A.
part, excepting tie- page heads and Itoberts, now superintendent of the
date lines, is almost wholly supplied by Mhldle Division of tin- Philadelphia
bicycle riders whose favorite mounts and Eric Railroad, was extended soas
are Columbia or Hartfords. ;.Not only I to also cover the Western Division,
those paragraphs which are original The Lewistown Division was detached
with the contributors are bo furnished, from the Pennsylvania Railroad Divl
but also qtiohitions, including the secl- slon and placed in the Philadelphia
at -election-for Sundays and holidays i and Erie Railroad Division, and W. ll.
so that, with resqect to its most dls McCaleb, now superintendent of tin
tillCtiVe feature, the ealeiclar Is the I SUIlbUry Division, was also appointed
work, not ofits publishers, hut of their superintdendent of tin- Lewistown li
patrons and friend-. From time to I vision.
lime during tin- last sixteen years it lias
been urged that the general! character
of the calendar be changed that it be
made a comic calendar, or more his
torical, or astronomical, or otherwise
different: but we have always though)
It best to retain the old-time form with I
the content- subordinate tothf original
thought and independent judgment of
the contributor. We take this oppor
tunity for sinpjerely thanking allwho
have aided in the production 'of the
present compilation. Copies of the
calendar may be obtained by remitting
llye 2a stamps. Address
The Columbia Calkndab,
44(i Capitol Ave , Hartford, Conn.
WANTED General Agent In this
county to handle our line of watches
and appoint local agents. An energet
ic man can make big money easily,
rapidly and honorably. Write to-day.
National Watch On.. Re-adiniz.
A KamilyJonin.il, Devoted to Sens, Science, Art, Political Bcoooffl) ami Current Literature,
MIDDLEBURGB SNYDER COUNTY PENNA. JANUARY
Report ot the Condition or the Kim National
ll.ink ..I MliMleliin -li. .it MM lli'l'iircli. In t lie
Pronayivaaia, ut the close ol btioinssi
I h'i' 1 1'htil
Loans and discounts
uii'niriiiis, i urcu anil iiuseciin
t s it uOs to secure fircniutkm,
I'. S. Builds Oil Ii I
111 milium on u. s. n mils
it Z7,"ilT,l-'i'ty-'.: in'.'and Hxturm
OIlM'i real estiile ami iiinririltft'S owned
s n a rjg
I ) Hi 1 1'. Mil V I 1. ill :. I It. i hi. . In ii l;.
. 1,811,11 ,
bin from Stale Bunks anil bniikers .... am.; i
out) trniii nppnived reservo a'iits M.MI.I4
''UiH'ksniiii other cash n in- VteSO
frucii I paper curn-nt-y.iiii-kles, and
UwrnVoNKY Vti.VitHvs is iunk
I In-i- N.il iiii.il link- ....... I in no
w'wu-tinier notes n tmi.im m.SM.n
i . . i ,ii. .i.i i ,. hi. i ........
...... ii,. I'm i , ii i , .... , 1 1 .i -in . i
r. percent. i . irculatlon) 800.01
TOTAL i ii; i.ian.sn
l l v I 1 1 ri'iiv
capital atock paid in mMM
surplus Fund M.000.00
L'lidlvldisl prollts, less exnelises tuid
taxes paid IT HOMO
ouo toothei National liankx !4tuOi06
' Duo to State Banks ami Bankers HI s-.
Divldi-iids unpaid ui.m
Individual deposits subject
lochock 203 wj,t8)
1 :i''tn ni-t certltlcntes ol oe !liT,l 15 on
posit....... ssuttuy .ve j
I -lOtesaud inn- redl eu mted
STATS OkT'kVnsH'l VAXIA. i
sn 1 ill. . ui i y. ss: i
I.. 1. K. TII0MIStiN, Jr.. t'ashlernr the abort1
mined hank, do solemnly swear ll ii I lie ahov
uateineni is true to tin- u-si ot mi kimwledae
.1. N THOMPSON, .h Caabifr,
SuhSCrllHH I -.Hiiili I . lu-liir,; ia- is -ilSI
do -I llec. I MOO,
J.U. WKlSlilt, Notan PuNie
CORKKCT -Alt 'Si 1
W.W.u 1 1'TKNJM KH,
U. tl.l-'HED - 'IIOCH.
Preinonl Tenc!urs' Institute.
Program for Fieiuoui teachers' Insti
tute, Jan. 1 1 1 1 and 5lll.
Address of welcome, t;. W. tlehnbaoh.
.erof'Tttr-'rrt-iiiiej, F. C. Bower-
sos, his stthjccl being tl Ideal
Educational paper, E, F. Iliirner.
Subject, "How to Developc the Percep
tive Faculties," by (I. W Sierer.
Subject, "Correlation," II. s. Horn
berger. Subject, "Value of the Study of I al
History,,, s. II. llrnj bill.
s 1 11 l.-li.w ! I'EIIOOX,
tulijeet, "Morals in the Schoolroom,'
Subject, "Neci Ity of Teachers' Meet
lugs," .1. A. SclitiU'cr.
Educational paper, W. llornlHTger.
s. I'l'IIIIA I A K.NI.Nd.
Recitation, N. E Stuck.
Lecturer of the evening, Prof, l.yhar-
ger, his siihject in- ng "How t" Is
l VKRIF.D. lice. 24th, at the I10111
t he bride's parent-, by Rev. W, 1 1
SehfM'h, Samuel .1. Wotsl and l-'.lla M.
N'uglc, of New Berlin.
Dec 25th, a: th Lutheran parson
age, New Berlin, Pa., by Rev. W. II.
Schoch, Shuon il. Hackenb rg, ol
Peiiliscreek, and Miss Laura E. Rlegle
of Franklin, Pa.
At a meet lug of the hoard of directors
of th Pennsylvania Railroad a few
In connection with the consolidation
of the Lewistown and Sunbury Divlsl-
Ions are the following facts relative to
the consolidation. The Lewi-town Di
vision extends from Sunbury to Lewis
town Junction, -III. il miles and from
Lewistown to Mllroy 11.2 miles and
has over obi) employees. After the COU
solialion is eU'eetcd the Sunbury Divsi
011 w ill lie one of the largest branch dil
visions in the P. R. It. system and will
comprise 286 miles of main track with
1600 employees. The business done
w ill exceed that of any other branch
division and second only to the main
line, it has not been decided yet as to
what change will he made in the
method of operating the consolidated
A. W. Gill, of Kreainer, was a caller
at this office last week.
A surprise party was held the week
before Christmas for Miss Margaret
V.:-? .V'.,ss. ,:.'.'.'jJ.
Cashier Thoiupson -pent Sunday
Dee. lm, at Mexico.
Miss Mlna Long, Philadelphia, i-
visiting Mrs. E. c. Auruud.
V. F. Feesc mid family -pent lat
w eek with friends at Itcuvertown,
John . lirosius and fumily -pent
s'veral days lust week with their par-
e it -.
Miss I. aura Sbambaeli, oi Sunburv,
spcut a brief vacation at home in (his
Mi Snlllc Itoiish ansklieorge Rotish
of Freehurg w ere guests ..f V. IRcgle's
E Iward M, ( Ireene, of Lew istoxt 11,
8,11-nt the holiday season with W.W .
I'.dw aid I Interline a ll d sister, ol
Riverside, -pent the holidays with
friend- at I hi- place.
II. Harris Bower, Esq., ate his
Christmas dinner with hi- father'.
family at Lewlsburg.
Charles W. Smith, of Suulmry, 11
former t, f ti.i- oHlce, -pent 1 'hrlst-
Drills at W. I-'. 1 'rouse's,
LoV i- I'!. Pau lillli .Hid ifc. of Se-
Hnsgrove, -, cut Chrlsinias Day ith
Hon. I i. A. Scl h and u ifc.
LGtsirge ( id. in. Misses llcrtLiI and
Lot tie ( ' 11 .1 1-1
-iled friends Mid le -
1 Itives at Suiil urv lust wi-vk.
William A crs, w ho spent the lllsl
several nuuiihs with his parents here,
rsturiietl to hi- home at Paxtoin die.
Prof, (ico, E. Fisher, of Stisipieliuniui
Lfnlverslty, Sclinsgrove, and wife wen
1 101 iced in this place la-t Wednesday,
Miss Jenuie Oilleii, funnel) foreladi
r'l lht shoe factor hen , but nccntiy
of Patterson, -pent a few days in town.
John Dietrich and wife, of Wesl Mil
ton, enjoyed the holiday season with
the hitter's parent-, John Sti 1 lor and
Mi - Lillie Diinkelberger, w In- had
HH'ti visiting her sister at N.w King -
r sister at New
.'old, returned to her home in Swine-
Samuel Gelsl, of Kralzurviilc, who
is readillgfjnediciiie in Philailephia,
pent -mne tune al (illbricl BctlVcr's
last W eek.
Attorney M. I. Potter ami family,
Rev. D. E. Me Lain and fiiinih olned
In- 1, muhard Christmas turkey rc-un-i
m at Sclinsgrove.
1 1:1 I'l li ami flnllv, of Millershlirg,
mil A. E. ( 'tKipcraiid family, ofEllms- " ' " f "'' dry -: 1- and gr rics tint busted up. Us'tiuse
port, last week were guests ol A. II. ' -"' half price and am iloiu a rushing business, closing it out below fae
Ulsh's in Franklin. I '"' ' I am sdling 1 to 5 lb, Granulated Sugar at ..- per muiuI, 1 le I Jon
,-,.,.. 1 vv.il t'oH'ee for lOe, I to 5 Ih, and the rest of the s k as cheap. This makes three
own, Harry II. Barter and family, of
Sunbury, were Christmas guests of Dr.
J. W. ( rw in and wife.
Editor E. s Stnmb, of the llerndon
SUtv, and wife passed through this
place la-t Week mi tln ir way to visit
hi- parents ut Peuusercek.
Will. Shilldel, of Latayette College,
and ( 'buries Marks, of the Philadelphia
Dental Collgc, Bpenl their holiday
vim at ion w itli their parents.
G. Milton Moat, is making u visit to
friends aud relatives at Akron, Ohio.
111s (taiigutcr, Aitiuu, lias nec i 1,1 me
Buckeye state since la-t summer.
Mi-- Ruth Uower,of jewlsbtirg, and
Mi-- Margaret Stilt., of Wltkllishurg,
spent the holiday season at the home
of Mrs, Catharine Bower in Franklin,
Mrs. .1.. C. Hasslnger, Mrs. Hattle
Smith, Mrs. F, C. liowersox and chil
drcn spent Wednesday of la-t week 11 1
Paxtonvillc, the guests of Mrs, S. A.
WHliara F. Dagle, Manager of the
Beavertown shirt factory, and family,
James Beaver and family, of Mltliin
bur;.', ale a Christmas dinner at ( labrii I
.1. I. Aucker, wife and child, of Ver
dllla, Dr. J. G. Sallada and family, of
New Ringgold, and William Dunkel
berger, of Sunbury, enjoyed a lamlly
dinner at the home of their parents, t'.
H. Diinkelberger and wife.
Devi Ci Bowersox and family, of
Slianiokin, G. W. Burns and family of
Btiinsgrove. Miss Fanny Bowersox, of
Sunbury, and John Bowersox, ol'llar
rislmrg, made up the family guests at
JisHcph Bowersox's Christinas.
.1. A. Elehinan, who for many yens
worked in a mill at Goldsboro, York
cot inty, on New Year came to Sclins
grove and will work for M. L. Kreeger.
Mr. Elcbman formerly lived north of
Sellnsgrovt, where he has many friencs
Pbrai LrMvr K,l1u
Suubury, Peiinu., Deeemls'r 12, 1900,
Dk til BltOTIIEK (iEt)H(IE :
1 am not dead a-you tiilghl fancy from my hmg il nee, lull I
have Issmi tis busy to write you. Every iiioineiil ha- lus'ii taken up niaiiag
lug my three stores since I lust wrote you. About two years ago, I moved to
SusJTury and -aw tin- big profits the -tore- were charging th- pisiplc in Suu
bury, in tin- country stores and in tin- small tow us in Sny -1- r, l 'nloii, Juniata
and Norliiiiinlicrlainl counties. I decided 1 could lutilil up a ..: hh' busi
ness, I would oja'ii a shoe -ton- here and sell all kind- of I'... -t Wear ut less pro.
lit than any of th.- stores charged. And of 1 rse, knew Ihe lar r -le busi.
ne I had di me, and t In- more customers I could gel to buy I r un me, the less
profit I Would need from each in order to make lots of nioili v lot lll !!' and
tive the customers money, iim,
Well, I rented tile only store vacaiil In Siinhtiry April, I wo years ago, The
rtsini wa- only 10x20, ih.- smallest -ho,- store hen-. Do yon U'lii It v 1 id
in. in- -hoe- la-t ear than any other -hoe store in low 11, - impl l . .111-. did
as I advertised, undersold for cosh, 11113 house in tin- entire im Only
yesti rdiiy an iigenl showtul Mr. Dunn'-, a national report of my btislm - am! it.
--i - I am selling al t $20,000 a year, and I uuse I -ell only lor cash and do
a large business. My credit Is number 1. I do not trust and tin peoph know
I have in. in--!--.. T icy do not have to pay in hie profits 11 :' don .1 trust
store to make up the losses that the fellow makes, who don't pay his bills.
Phc people know it -o well that lot- will nui buy alall f 1 .1 , n ih il trust,
forthey know even when they pay cash, they have to pa , ;' , . lag prices
that trust buyers do, I stick to my cash, rulesoelose I advertise 1 would
not oven trust my mother or father, and I would not If they could not at ford
to pay cash, would make them a present of shoes. Since I ..one here, 1
have sold giHid shoes so cheap that two men have gone out 1 f I loess hi dsold
me their shoe stores at I cost. 1 soltl them so cheap I ran nut 11 high - .no
p ur-in mi day. This you may diitibt, but il is true, and Im d the
d sir of my store to keep out the crowds us oflm as 2(1 tlm ' y, Tl people
hi Suubury know Ibis lo be true, for they have seen ii w ish their own eyes.
Then I bought olll two other shoe stores in addition In 1 1 ie h ive, ol 1 . I'll 1 1
worth of Iiik's in these two stores, 1 1 am selling them al 1 rice in a store
1 I'oolll I
he Burg tin Shoe 1 1 1.1
ol shoes. Of course they do Hot cost much at tin-pine 1 am scllinu tin in,
Ladies' Shoes us low as-'ille, Men's -We, Bin Boyn' .'!5c, I, a. lie-' Rubbers 2.'tc up
mil Farmers1 Fell Bout, Men's Rubber Bouts $2.ou, Men's Ft It B its w lln
Rubbers over $1.45 and $1.00, Men'- Rubber Shot .25c up, per pair. In addi
tion to these low prices for a while I am giving out portrait cards worth j.u )
to every one buying $5.00 worth of Fool Wear, We punch curds every time
they buy, and we allow any to buy 011 the same curd, In this w j they
can gel their Iriciitls to buy -hoe- her.- mi tlielr curd and they keep them to i t
uuy picture enlarged, crayon portrait free, that costs every place -ji I, and
I bey do not nave to buy I In- frame from us either. The other stores used to do
1 hi-, ton, but they had to buy $25.00 worth to gel the portrait. We have put
hundreds of end- in 'J weeks, and every one is pleased w ith the purl I
can lell you w hen you think of hat I do, do you wond -r my slon - are the
talk of all tills town and country and thai Idostichugr il bit in. - -.' Then
too, I am a great advertiser. I believe the best way lo reach the peopli i in
the new -paper-, and my success, list, lies in the fuel I do not In-, bill 11 only
1 lads and the truth about mv business
just the slime us If they were In my stores. I never advert isi nnvthii I do
I not have at the nrlcc advertised. That is win 01 v ml v,n-i i.ii,- 1 ic, u l...u imv
ouen . -I- thein. It tiny want them, the advertisement always draws thciu
I a w advertising lotw Men's . on Slippers for the Holidays until all are
sold ut 5He, and we arc selling piles of them, sH,aking of advertising. Only
to-tlay two men came from near Freehurg and asked for and botighl a lot of
Boots and SIiih-s. I -aid. "Where did you see them advertised '.'" Honestly
one of the men said in the Middlebtirg 1'iisT. Hi- name was Drccse, Inn he
might not like me 1 utioii ii in public, but In- certainly found the ad. true
or he would not have bought, lie got a portrait curd, too, The other day I
lor - lam lew . in 11 w lien you
-ell any one. Suubury i- a greal place to buy itiiythiug in the merchandise
line, Hanlware, Fiiruitun', Groceries, Dry 1; I-. Clothing, etc. Our mci-
chants draw trade from Milton, Siiamoki 11, and all urouml here,
Low Prices and Big Stocks.
When any of your friends want uuy thing in the-.- line- mid come to Sun
bury, don't forget lo tell them to -ure to -top and look around in my -lores,
tin- ECONOMICAL SHOE EMIK BHl'M, Market St., the BAKU A I SHOE
HOUSE, Market St., the CASH GLOBE STORE, Bunk Itttpl Sale. Market
St. Come and see me yourself whence r yon can ami bring (he wife nnd chii
dren along. We will give you a good rousl of sonic ofmir Touli I. cither.
Your Brother, .luii (Biaiia.m Cm ini it.
Stii.ii nur Dote.
Pei-nii- w ho. propose to make sale
this coming spring should -elect their
carlv -a- istsslble ami have it in.
I rli d ill t lii- Post's sale
rlster. I h
notice will be inserted free iii our sale
register if the bills are printed at this
IIi-iil OUl 1 11" In. reus, ill II is lanIOn,
A Mexican war veteran ami prom
inent editor writes: "Seeing the
nuvnrtisemeot f Chamberlain's Col
ic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
am reminded that as 11 soldier in
Mexico in '17 and '48,1 contracted
Mexican diarrhoea ami this remedy
has kept me from getting an in
crease in tny pension for on every
renewal a dose of it restores inc."
It is uur quailed as quiokcure for
diarrhoea and is pleasant and safe
to take. For sale by the Middleburg
David City. Neb.. April 1. 19(10
.1 Genesee Pure Food Co, Lo Roy.
N. x.: .
(ientlemen: 1 must say in return
tO IJliAllN J lllllli liieie i uumiu-t
. ,11 . . , , n...-. il..... .. .,i.:....
better or healthier. W e have usea
it for years. My brother was a
great coffee drinker. He was taken
sick and the doctor said coftee was
the cause of it, and told us to use
GRAIN O. We got a packaae but
did not like it at lust, but now
would not be without it. Aiy tiroin-
or has been well ever since he start
ed to use it. lours truly,
M M BER I
Editor f "Post."
and talk to the people in the papers
unueriiuv a- I -lo. it Is easx in undci-
Sinn- Coinapn) Meeting.
The regular seuii-auuual meeting of
he stock li ild- i- of tin- Main si 1
Limited, w ill Ut held at the factory
lice Monday . veiling, January 1 1. 100,
at 7 o'clock. All election Will be held
fer managers and : tditorsand report
for t In- last six mouths will be submit
ted, All aic requi -t' d to in- present,
( . A I.l UfcO Si Iiu- II,
J. M. Sit 1 NOEL, President.
A Card ol Thanks,
'flu- United Evuugelical church ot1
Ceutreville desires to thank their many
friends through the column of the Post
for their faithful support which they
nave them during tin- organ test.
The church is also grateful to tho
editor for Jtjving the opportunity for
acqulrliig ie Instrumetil of which
""' VV, IV tted-
RO. Adda Bt)MO,
:s. N 1:1111: Sami-sbll,
k .,,i-.i,v i
. . 1 . . ,
Bargains at Carman's
Peter QtrmaO, Mt 1'leasant
Mills is offering a new line ofludieH
hats untl inilliuerv gtssls. Men's
hats 25 cents and Queens ware 3
i cents 1