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WP.RaPRBD 8XPRS33LY FOR TUB FOaT NVJjfflgy BY IT3 CORP3 OF CORRKSPONDENTa 'jy XW
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Weltie Heintzelman spent a few
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Misses Marion Shoch and Carrie
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Miss Mamie Kreamer was to Se-
Miss Annie Uemberling, of Salem,
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W. A. Keeler was confined to the
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Henry Ramer and wife spent
Reuben Hummel, who is work-
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Elmer Troup and Mrs. AJvin
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JudKe McClure and J. F. Reitz
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A. Al. barman, teacher of Fre-
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John P. Shadel, who is working
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Arthur Hardincr. our famous
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N. E. Stuck, our nonular school
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The sentiment, nf iKa vituru Tir
President Judge .are in favor of
A. W. Potter our home candidate
ho should have the supnort of all
'rue citizens of the county.
liincdlil Stuck find
we guests of John Stuck's Sunday.
J. A. Kngbaum and F. C. Lan-
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Dounie Hoover nnd aififaru W till 'i
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visit friends at that place.
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SWINKFOKD. UITXIK)UK. SHWfOKTV niHf 8Vik.
Mrs. J. L. Marks spent Thursday
and Friday with her daughter, Mrs.
Dr. Amig, at Ijcwistown.
Miss Manic Wiest of Shamokin is
the guest of Gertrude DunklelHTgcr.
Mrs. James Diemer spent Mon
day at Seliusgrove.
Miss liosa Si hoeh, who had been
visiting among friends at Maple
Hill for some time, returned homu.
Mrs. lister Wetzel is sjicnding
some time at Hickory Corners.
Lillian Amig visited her brother
at the Summit and among friends at
Freehurg last week.
Mrs. James Dietrich is visiting her
mother at Paxtonville.
Mrs. Irwin (Jraybill is spending
a few days at Richfield with rela
tives. Miss Laura Harner,of Shamokin,
came home to help take care of her
father who is very sick.
Miss Annie Gift, of Sunburv, is
spending a few days with her parents.
After spending a few days with
his parents, M. ('. I larner returned
to New Berlin to pursue his siudii!
again. Uriah Howell, Win. 11. Howell,
wife and daughter, Hattie, of Bea
vertown, were visitors in town Sun
day. IJ. F. Heimbach and wife, of New
Berlin, were visitors iu town last
Amnion Kline and wife and Mrs.
Theodore Erdlev, of Middleburgh,
were visitors at Isaac Brunner's
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Jas. Nortnan and wife, of Sun
burv, were in town several days last
The supper and entertainment held
in the opera house Friday was very
successful iu a financial point of
X. J. Livingston, the furniture
dealer and undertaker, was buried
Saturday with Masonic honors.
Rev. Foster U. Gift passed thro'
town on his way to see his parents.
I. X. Troxell, of Philadelphia and
Mr. Mitchell and daughter, of Drift
wood, were entertained by J. H.
Ulsh and wife. Mr. Mitchell is the
father of Mr . Dr. Will Ulsh.
Miss Kate A. Wagenseller has
opened a millinery store in the room
occupied for many years by Norton
Miss Paul, of Shamokin, is being
entertained by Miss Anna Alletnan.
Tailor Phillips attended the ses
sions of the state school directors'
convention held at Harrisburg last
Miss Annie Keener returned from
her trip to Union county.
Mrs. P. S. Alliertand son took a
trip to her old home near Laurelton
Dr. Canfield lias opened an oflii e
in Dr. Voelkler's oflice for the prac
tice of osteopathy.
Miss Christiana Kistner, of Sun
burv, is being entertained by Miss
J. H. Ulsh and Mr. Mitchell
were at Harrisburg Saturday to meet
a man who had been with Mr.
Ulsh's son, Dr. Wm. Ulsh.
A surprise party was given to Dr.
Focht and fami ly Tuesday evening
by members of his church, Trinity
Farmer'. Felt Boot. 87c
M.n'a Rubber Hoot. tl.78
Men1. Rubber Shoe. 2lcup
Women's Rubber Shoe. r.k- up
Child'. Rubber Shoe. We up
Hen'. Shoe stc up
Boys' Shoe. He up
Ladle' Shoe Wo up
KCONOMCIAL SHOE KMP , Sunbury, Pk
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Wanted. A few seeds from the
flower of sjieecl
Rev. W. E. Detweilcr of Wil-
liamsport, the financial agent of
Central Penna. College, was in town.
David Bickhart oi Pallas was in
John Sohooll of New Berlin was
in town selling dings for a Phila.
S. S. Biokel of Phila., called on
our merchant sidling dry goods.
Maria . Dundore drove to ( 'en
treville for a sleigh ride and on her
return upset in a snow drill.
This time we elected none but
good men for township officers.
J. T. Farley of Ijcwisburg spent
a lew hours iu town.
Dr. Krel s is making many profes
I. W. Longacre, our noted auction
eer was iu town.
The Penna. canal having been
abandoned,.). . Svilx i- ollerinj
n- home ai half price unending i.
looate at Akron.
The ice bridge across the river hi
Port Trevortou is used continually
nut the bridge which will short b
ne built will not be effected by tlx
Lizzie Sohrey and her friend tool,
a sleigh ride the other Sunday and
(ailed on Maria W. Dundore.
Daniel Sholly of Port Trevortou
was in town.
Mr. Yoder and wife of Lewisburg
spent a tew days with his father-in-law
J. F. Wagner of this place.
There are a number of horses tor
sale in this community.
Norton Hendrix supplies the town
with fresh tish.
Our furniture factory is ready to
HI! orders at short notice.
Sol. Brubaker is selling fruit trees
for a parly at Lancaster and made a
few sales in town.
Ed. Witmer sold his hay to one
of Port Trevorton's merchants,
B. P. Strotlband wife were called
away to attend a funeral of one of
her relatives back of Herndon.
On Monday a grand birthday
party was given in honor of Mis.
Calvin Troup at her home, an excel
lent supper was provided for the
Rev. Miller preached an excellent
sermon at Grubb's church Sunday.
Miss Dora Goodling was the
ueat of Jennie Stroup ovei Sunday.
On Sunday morning Mrs. Henry
Arnold was called from time into
eternity leaving a husband and five
children to mourn her departure the
youngest child being only a little
over a week old. May God help to
comfort the bereaved and care for
the little orphans.
Elsworth Troup and wife were at
his parent's home Monday.
A sled load of our young folks
were to the meeting at St. Thomas
church Saturday night and were
caught in the blizzard coining home.
MT. PLEASANT MILLS.
The sale of Mrs. Salome Stciver
Tuesday va well at:e ided.
A sH'lling bee was held in the Hiis
ler Valley school house Monday.
J. X. Brosius of Middleburg was
in town Monday.
John S. Yerger moved into Mrs.
Stciver's house Thursday.
A. F. Schnee and A. S. Yrger
were to Kaatz Friday.
A. S. Yerger and Macy Steffen
were the guests of H. C. Stefien's at
A. F. Sehnee's spent Sunday at
J. P. Shadle, who is working in
the shoe factory at Middleburg, spent
several days at home.
A party was held at the home of
Mrs. Mary Snyder Monday evening
in honor of her 62nd birthday. Quite
a number of ladies were in attend
ance. They all enjoyed themselves
wishing Mrs. Snyder long life, and
many more such birthday parties.
(too late For i jut week.)
Peter Foltz and wife of Grubb's
church were visitors to their daugh
'cr. Mrs. Harry Gauglcrand family
Cornelius Wetzel of Herndon was
a Tistor in our vieiuitv.
(ieo. Wolf and family of Win
field and Geo. Smith and family of
Chestnut Ridge enjoyed a sleighing i
party with Conrad Dutry and famiU
Mrs. Conrad Dutry and daughter, !
Edith, were visiting at Sunbury last
Mrs. Cyrus Shipe was a visitor to
her sister, Mrs. Sallie Biessler at
Emanuel Yeagerand wife return
ed home from a week's visit, Thurs
day. Win. Snyder and wife were vis
itors at Sunbury Sunday.
D. P. Rittcr who bad been sick
for some time is able to be around
Mis. Win. Snyder and Mrs. .1. II.
Ill mads enjoy ed a sleigh ride one
ay last week.
Mrs. S. II. Murphy of this place
enjoyed a party of some twenty per
sons of Lewisburg Tuesday.
'i he members of the Lutheran
church iriive a nartv to their nastor.
Rev. .1. U, Di i of Slinsgrovc,
W ednesday evening.
John Foy, who lived at this place
some years ago, died at Sunburv .
one ihiv last week. He was burieo
it (he Malick's Church, Mile Run,
Tin- members of the Luthi ran
Sunday School will hold their
Foreign Mis-ion exercise in their
obtirch Si nday evening Feb. 17.
Deafness Cannot b: Cumd
!y local npplicntions as they cannot
rr-Hcb tLe diseased portion of the ear.
I'lieie im Only one WfcJT to cur deat-.
in -f. ami llin' is by const j( ii'im al
remedies. I) ufuess is caused by an
ibfiained condition of the inucoux lin
ing of the Ei b acLiun Tube. When
this tube is inflamed .you have a
rural ling sound or imperfect bearina
mni when it 1 entirely closed, Deaf
ness is the result, and unless the in
Hanimation can btt tnken out and this
lube restored to its normal oondi
tion, beariug will l deHtroyt'd for
ever, nine cases out of ten si c cans
ed bv Catarrh, which is nothing but
an inflamed condition of the mucous
We will give One Hundred hol
lars for imy case of Deafness (cans
ed by catarrh) that cannot bo cured
by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send cir
K, .1. CHENEY ACO., rdedo,
Sold by DrugpiM s, 75.5.
Hull's Family l'dls are tl e best.
Cuite a number of wells in this
place are dry. Some of the farmers
must haul the water from the canal
lor their stock.
Andrew Trutt, we are pleased to
state, is able to Ik- out again.
David Hilger and Albert Foltz
of near New lJcriin were visitors at
this place Friday.
Brian Teats and parents spent
Saturday in Sunbury, the guests of
I. N. Johns and family.
Daniel Sassanian Jr., and wife and
Samuel Trutt and wife visited at
Win. Kuhn, the wide-awake Life
Insurance agent of Shamokm Dam, i
was seen in our town Saturday even- j
itig. Wm. is always full of business.
Edwin Fisher and wife and Dan
iel iMssanian jr. anu wite took a
trip to (iranger's Hollow Friday to
visit Mrs. Harry Wagner, who had
tiie misfortune of falling from a
sleigh and breaking several ribs.
Among the guests at Andrew
Trutts, Sunday, were Mi's. J. D.
Wertz and two sons of Selinsgrove,
and Hattie Stewart and gentleman
friend of Sunbury.
Qui'c a number of sleighing par
ties from neighboring towns visited
this place last week.
Jacob Keicheubach, teacher of the
primary school of Shamokin Dam,
passed through this place with his
school Friday afternoon. The little
folks seemed to be enjoying the ride.
Mr. Heichenbach is setting a good
example for other teachers. Try to
win the affection of your pupils and
there is no question but the pupils
Fir HOLIDAY PRESENTS fw EVERY DAY USE
The Lamp of
issi lamp iiiiii tinpciii i ruin- up or moit orruiw vim
to us., h.,,1 lanKtiagr ; the lamp that ! kK (!.l MM
toii R.-t it and mays rivkI ; thr lamp that you never will.
Bfm part with, nnee TOU turn- it ; thai i
Zbc Jcw Rochester.
Othi-r lamp, may t off.-nsl you as "Just as nod "
tin y M !, In aonie rwpecta. hut fur nil an.uiul food.
Mwa, there y ontj one, fk. tfne Hwlii.fei. T mako
are to. lainp ocreree you la renulne, i fur the name
On It ; every lamp has it. , i Vanetiea.)
Olil T ,nniM Iul- TVo-w.
We ran flit eren-lan. u want No matter arhaahaai eoii
want a new lamp or .four, an oM one n'lialnst or r;rtn-
ishtsl a l as,- ni 'imtisLnr utlier Baalia . f lnum fpMii.r..ri.
ei into a New Rochester. e run do it. Lb) us
wan i iiierainre on the aul.ject.
We arc 5PI:.CI AI.IST5 In the trratmrnt of dlscasca H
Lamps. Consultation FuliB.
THE ROCHESTER LAMP
I Is an absolutely necessity if yon intend T
to build. Toil will need many things on ' $
i which I can save you money. j
My Stuck is always larok andcomim.rtr in-
CLUDtNG K COMPLETE LINE of
Reading Hardware Companies' 3
CELEBRATED LOCKS and INSIDE TRIMM
INGS. Send me ur specifications, and I will jIiUij quote
iou tin- price,
STALL QO0DS OUARANTIini) AS REPRESENTED.
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Prof. F. C. Ilowersox - in town
.Monday evening on secia! Iitisiness.
J. C. Ramer's entertained ;i sleigh
ing party from Middh imrg nm
evening last week. Johnjn-t knows
how to entertain a p:irty too.
Am is Benfer moved from his
farm west of Adumsburg to his old
home iu Adams t iVp.
Is;uic Swart and Rev. E. F. Ott
drove to 1 1 mil in-' Ii ai last week to
brill"; a horse tin- the jmrsoii. Isaac
says he wouldn't care to take anoth
er such a trip.
J. K. Fettcrolf, who ha I been to
York, 1'a., with his son, t liarles, is
at home again.
V. M. I!r iitcii made 1 trip to
Morn to Mr. an I Mis. Ilurliy
Snook a son.
Rev. Gramly is holdii g a .-ci ie
of meetings at this place.
Sonic of our people ure -'ill down
Amos K linger is very low at tiiis
Hrasaw m H
! PJEHJ VII !
j You have used alh
! sorts of cough reme-!
I dies but it does not j
yield; it is too deep!
j seated. It may wear j
itself out in time, but j
: it is. more liable to j
produce la -grippe.
! pneumonia or a seri
1 ous throat affection,
j You need something
that will give you
strength and build
up the body.
will do this when everything
else fails. There is no doubt
about it. It nourishes,
strengthens, builds up and
makes the body strong and
healthy, not only to throw
off this hard couch, but to
fortify the system against
further attacks. If you are
run down or emaciated you
should certainly take this
nourishing food medicine.
lot. and li.no, .11 druciitU.
TT ft BOWNE, Chemists, New York.
CO., 3 ' I'lce S ItarrU, St., w VerV.
Holm SKJC" '
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SU1N URY, PhNA.
e ol air j 11 nple attended t lie
inii' tal ol li-vi Kline ai
church Satnr lay,
Stint. Ho vet'sox visit 1
I. 1. Uoth rock wife and family
ol Swiiieford sptrt t Saturday and
Sunday with friends iu town.
Cios. Snook of Danville sim1 it
lew days last week with . I. D. Ulslu
A. W. A inker was home Tins
day to participate in the electio n
(ieorge Strawser and wile of S
Ijnsgmve were the guests of II. F.
Charles n I family Monday.
Win. Rmbaker and wife are vis
iting their parents.
Miss .1. iitiie ( 'har'es ;.tt ndi d a
fu icral near l.':e lilicld, Sunday.
Mr. Paillti r and wile of KM hail,
1 III. ure visiting relatives lu re.
Mis-es Sallie I looser and Dilla,
Sholly of Eclipse were the welcome
guests of the latter'.- parents during
tile past week.
S. I'. Steffen, who had been cm
ployed at Shamokin during the win
ter has returned and is a..;,! jy.
ing the company of his family,
Merchant Troutmiin was very
sick during the past week but in
Kev. ( iuble of fA'banon enjoyed
the hospitality of Rev. Francis and
family over Sunday.
iuite a number of the nil inbers
of the I '. B. church ottende 1 the
quarterly con ft rem e :it Chapman
Ed. Mitterlinc of Frielii re visi!-
ed his wife Sunday,
M. P. Arnold at i wife i joj ed
I a sleighride to McAllisterville sev
eral duysugn where the)' visittd his
brother-in-law John Slald ui d li n
V I . 1 J hA 1 K.
1. W. Treasler f Bun In m una
I 1 ie on business last week,
'I I e I.i t 11 10II1 r mill I as been
on ll e sim (I still liii- the past wet k
or two, Giorge fays it must have the
Mrs. C. . Fi-ln r. Mr-. S: mm I
Phillij s bi l Hemy Bii pi n an are
on the siik list. All are repotted to
Mist Braver was well reprrfent
ttl at Hickory Cornerr, did nrt
learn of the result.
Foster Treaster, who had Ix-en
Biendingthe past month with his
grandparents L. B. Trraarer and
wife, lift lastwetk li r his heme at
John 1?. Shellenberger sold his
grey term of horns to Geo. Better's
son at McClure.
Jack Baker's stave mill has been
frown up for si me time. John Herb
stcr reports their mill in Blair coun
ty to be running Itur and five days
a week this winter.
Mrs. Harriet Herheter hud a
paralytic strokcFriday tvti ing. She
is slowly improvirg.