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UC; PREPARED EXPRESSLY FOR THR FSTT i&PS DY CORF3 OP CORRMPONDENTS rV
HUH MEL'S WHAUF.
Quitea number of our people at
tended the auction at Oppenheiiner'a
olothing store, Selinsgrove.
Artluir Noll and wife spent a
few davs with relatives near Free
burg. Adam Insch, wife and dhtld vis
ited his hrotherin-law Mr. Hen
dricks near Kautz.
David Hoover and wife ot Free
mont were visitor at Levi Dressler's
Harvey Reichenbaueh of Shreiner
was a welcome visitor in tins place
Mr. Long of Union Co. ni"ved
on 1'. M- Teats' farm.
Ed. Hers- and fomily moved
to Danville last week.
Charley Herman and wife visited
the latter'- parents near Freeburg
Chas. Saasaman of Tuckyhoe
spent Sunday with his parents.
Mis. Norton Bower and little
child of Oriental are spending a
few weeks with her sister .Sirs. Levi
Peter Bailey and Chas. Conlev
have gone to the Juniata River to
take charge ot their fisheries.
An old am) respected citizen in the
person of John Row passed from life
into eternity early Sunday morning
April '21, at the residence ol his sis
ter, Mrs. J. H. Bailey, Mr. llow
was aged about 74 years. The iuu
eral took plaee Wednesday morn
ing Ilev. Fortner officiated. Burial
at bhamokin Danr
There is o,uite a lot of ground
yet to be plowed for sowing oats;
some of our farmers are making
ready for planting earn.
y Your scribe took in a few days
v,u fishine last week and found
f DU1mil IruMt scarce and the large
thesas usual got away. Tthe water
was too wet most of the week.
Samuel Wagner ofMifilin county
pent Sunday with 1). H. Treaster.
The hitter's wife has lieen on the sick
list lor the last few weeks.
Rev. J. 15. Shellenlerger nnd
Win. Wagner paid S. H. Phillips
and family a visit last week at
By all appeareuce the caterpillar
crop will be much larger this year
than last year.
The Hickory Corner patients are
all improving; the blind see, the
lame walk, so it has been reported
at this end.
Mrs. 8. H. Phillips and her sis
ter, Mrs. Johnson of Tyrone, spent
Sunday with friends at Lowell.
0. W. Reichly and family of
Ixwiaburg visited parents over
Constable H. F. Mohn transacted
business at Benvertown last week.
Krnest Uowersox who had been
working at Lewistown returned
Beaumont Hartman of Middle
burg was a visitor here Saturday.
Eliaa Brunner was a county seat
visitor last week.
Prof. Keller of Keller's Business
College, Lewisburg, was in town last
S. Ci Dondore and family were
the guests of Jackson Moyer and
family near Mitflinburg.
Mr. Hciinbach and wife of New
Berlin visited atElmer Musser's last
Miss Edith Ilarner of Blooms
burg sjH'iit Sunday with Mrs. James
Daniel Spiller and wife of New
Berlin visited his son Samuel.
Miss Florence Erdley of New
Ikrlin spent Sunday with her sister
Miss Florenoe Newman who has
been a great sufferer from muscu
lar rheumatism say" Chamberlain's
ff ttj 'm ony rniedy that
anords her relief. Miss Newman is a
""ich repected resident of the Tiling
ry. N. Y. and makes this state
ment for the benefit of others sinii
r1. afflicted this liniment is for
by Uiddkbwg Drug store. '
INDEPENDENCE. POtt'f iKKVi IUON iUNihUK.
Miss Amelia Heirohl left for
Northumberland last Saturday.
Some of our young jieople enjoy
ed a pleasant ride to Port Treyorton
last Saturday evening.
Wen. Metzger paid his parents a
visit Saturday and Sunday.
F. M. Herrohl, the Mayor of town,
is building a new Hat. He intends
taking coal out of the river alter
the water gets lower.
Some ot the young sports from
Selinsgrove call at the Hotel every
Sunday evening. We Wonder Why'.'
Harry S. Hummel of Northum
berland paid his father a short visit.
E.M. Moyer, who was employed
on a farm at Milton, ret u men home
V. A. Herrohl and Henry Bufiel
went to Shamokin looking for work
and returned home without work.
J. R. Mover left for Dimmunon,
where he has secured employment.
T. (. and Harry Herrohl paid
their Uncle a short visit last Sunday.
Milton Shelly made a Hying trip
to Millerflburg, last Monday.
We claim the Inst bicycle rider
in this County. He rides - miles in
." minutes on rough roads.
Chas. Mover, the hack driver, is
doing quite a business just now.
Quite a numders ol" our men left
for the woods in Cambria County.
Miss Mary Fisher spent several
days with her Grandparents at
Misses Tbarp and Hider of
Seliusgrove made a flying trip to
Independence Hotel Sunday night.
Mrs. Susan Siitfel is on the sick
Edward Koush and granddaugh
ter, Bulah Wagner, of Mali an tonga
passed through town Saturday.
There's n man in our town said
if the Mahanov mountain was made
of cheese pie, he could eat a tunnel
through that a man could walk
through in a week's time.
Mr. Issue Moyer of this place
left for Shamokin where he intends
to stay all summer.
Miss Christy Herrohl ofSunbury
spent several days with her father
Fred Herrohl of this place.
Miss Lillie Mover spent Sunday
with her uncle at Holler.
B. V. Herman has recently lie
come a member of the Kratzerville
Last Sunday the Lutheran congre
gation celebrated the Lord's BUpper.
Collection for congregation's benefit
Wesley Herman is still on the
sick list; he is making arrangements
to go to Philadelphia to consult a
John Dcrk and family were visit
ing Mrs. Benj. Herman on Sun
day. They claim to like the North
Dauberman and Hummel
their well drilling machine
BIT. PLEASANT MILLS
John Landis is erecting a new
barn on his farm recently purchased
from J. 1). Arbogast.
Philip Mengel is building a new
C. N. Brosius of Bucknell Uni
versity Lewisburg, is at home.
Mrs. Irwin Updegrovc is recover
ing gradually at present.
The Co. Commissioners met at
the Fremont Hotel Tuesday examin
ing the township affairs.
J. F. Buyer is planting peach
rtrces on his farm near Freeburg.
John is a bustler.
Win Martin is at Milton doing
Mrs. Rev. Wallis and son Lee,
are visiting friends in Mifilintown.
Miss. Alice Klcckner is confined
to her bed in Philadelphia with an
attack of rheumatism.
The college orcestra furnished
the music for the graduating ex
ercises of the Mazeppa High School.
Miss Toledo Houtz went t
Elmer Daubert spent Sunday
with his best girl at Milton.
E. D. Swiueford and Philip Dau-
bert, the active proprietors of the
National and the Port Trevorton
Hotels respectively were to the coun-
seat Saturday on business.
Miss Mara Bingaman the accom-
it 1 i. i a
piiKnea young mmmcr oi r. a.
Bingaman, the noted grain dealer
has returned home from Lewieburg
She will leave for the metropolis of
the slate in the near future.
II. S. Bogar, A. Bf., after spending
several days very pleasantly under
the parental roof) has returned to
l. II IT A I .
Mucknell University, Lewisburg to
resume Ins studies. 1
.Ionian Whitiner enjoyed a drive
to the county seat .Saturday.
Miss Sue Bogar was welcomed by
her host of friends hist week, on her
return from Specceville.
Miss Dilla Krebbs and father,
of Dundore were rn town Saturday.
Rev. Scarle and I. (J. Shambaugh
spent Saturday and Sunday in the
It seems like good old home again
since the Pa. Canal is filled with
water from Shamokin Dum to Liver
pool. Landlord Fisher, of Independence
Hotel Misscd through our burg on
C. I), and U. S. and F. (i. liogur
were Selinsgrove visitors Saturdays
Harvey Lenig, employe of the Car
Manufacturing Co., Milton, spent
Sunday at home.
Thomas Bogar agrees with his
Snvder Countv chum's remarks: P
"It is useless to try to succeed
when one's "best" resides in Pa.
Thomas spent about six weeks in the
Buckeye state and although he says
he enjoyed his stay there yet he pre
fers the good old Quaker state as
W. A. Woodling contemplates
going to Williamsport in a week.
The house on the Duck property
building by J. II. Ulsh is Hearing
The new pews to finish the seat
ing in the college church have been
put iu place. The seating capacity
has thus been quite materially in
creased. Mrs. Ill ih! aek, wife of Major,left
to spend a few weeks with Dr. Will
Etobaok and wife at Strasburg, Lan
There was nearly u fire in town
Saturday afternoon at Dr. F. J.
Wagenseller'sjit was discovered that
a log oom poling part of a chimney
place wus on fire. It was soon put
out however, no general alarm be
Our Base Ball team crossed btta
on the home ground on Saturday
with Bucknell team, score 13 2 in
favor of Bucknell at the end of
the 7th inning the store stood 13
J in favor Bucknell.
M. L. Wagenseller returned
home on Friday from his trip to
Phila. where he had been during the
month of April.
The W. H. &F. M.S. ofSusq.
Synod will bo held in Triuity Luth.
church from 14 to 10 inclusive.
Miss Bertha Donna Albert enter
tained Miss Eyer of Lewisbrg over
Mrs. EL K. Meiser visited hersis
ter, Mrs. John Musscr of Shamokin
John Hoyur, wife and Hon and
Miss Theodore Fisherand son, Guv,
were entertained by Wni. J. Boyer
and lamily Sunday.
Mr. W hitmoyer of Bloomsburg
visited bis sister, Mrs. Geo. Haines
The family of Robert Coleman
leave this week for Evandale where
they will spend the summer.
Misses Katherine and Edith
Witmer drove to Middleburg Fri
The man who cannot mind hit.
own business is not capable of
, minding yours,
Why not have a snmmer school to
keep the brownies out of mischief,
Our Sunday Schools are all in u
. flourishing condition.
Our farmers are ready to plant
J. M. Rambo is iieeliiiL' bark for
- - o
Meiser and Wwm x.
'enna. vana is an eve sore
for , nving a,onr the river
Our fishermen usually count the
fish before they catch them.
H. C. Hoover has sowed 22 acres
of spring rye.
Our township poor house has not
an mniii h . . . i' I,' O
U IIIUIULL UUI IM 111 IJUUlKiri) o
. . , r",rr"" ,
I mwe struck out for themselves, and
the other 8 with a little help are do-1
ing well, and it looks like a reason
able poor tax this year, while it was
11600 last year.
? Arbor day waa not observed as it!
should have been.
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la v c..i:
H. F. Witmer is getting coal out
of the river.
J. S. Keiehenlmch and wife called
on their parents liefore leaving for
Pittsburg where he is employed by
the' mail service.
J. B. Herrohl of I'ort Trevorton
waa seen 011 our streets.
. . F. Schrawder of Shamokin
oallei 011 our inert hant.
The bridge at I'ort Trevorton is
in sight and there is rejoicing along
' David Marks of Verdi I la was in
B. F. Heimbuch and wife ol'New
Berlin were visitors iu town one day
Miss Annie Swengle visited in
Middleburg serveral days last wi'ek.
Mrs. James Deitrich and daughter
of Swineford visited Grandmother
Howel over Sunday.
Miss Edith Harenr of Blooms
burg came home Saturday to spend
a week with her father.
Itovd Kaulfinan and W. R. Zim
merman of S. U. Selinsgrove came
borne to spend the Sunday with their
Rev. Livingston of Selinsgrove
preached an interesting sermon iu
Hassinger's church on Sunday.
To-day Ross and Anna Gift are
leaving for Sunbury where they are
employed in the silk mill.
The Marks sisters of Centerville,
visited Wm. McAffee'sover Sunday.
Miss KftieShemory, who had been
spending several months in Shamokin
returned home lust week.
Irwin Gravbill made a trip to
Miss Annie Slmmbach is leaving
to-day for Harrisburg, where she
will be employed at a hotel.
L-- - -
is. by no means, the dreadful
disease it is thought to be-
1 1 iii. jiiinir.
It can always be stopped
in the beginning. The trouble
is : you don't know you've got
it; you don't believe it: you
won't believe it till
Don't be afraid ; but attend
to it quick you can do it your
self and at home.
Take Scott's Emulsion of
Cod Liver Oil, and live care
fully every way.
This is BOUnd doctrine,
whatever you may think or
be told ; and, if heeded, will
save life. 1
If you. have not tried It, Mnd for
free sample. It ariabl taste will
SCOTT BOWNC. Chemists.
400 Pearl Street. New York.
SOs. and sTjOOi all druc at.
The Lamp of
Tbg lump lli.it dOMBl flar
to hm lvm nur.nmi ; the
you L. t it htkI hA n p.. k1 ;
Unrh n irt Willi, nil.-.- lui
Othr lamps inn? bfl offered fOU iu "just m fOOd
thty may U, in num ivsj't t-s, lull for nil urnum! K,i.
Dean, i .t-n-'s nnlv 0D6, I wi ' JTUlMtflT. Ti mako
ure the Ifiunp offered jrou le genuine, look for tiiuiuuuo
vu it ; vxvry lamp hiwit. (HO VuriWion.)
Oltl Jiiiiim Mnl Now.
WecM tin every temp want. Wo nutlet ehethur you
want a nw lamp or gfutv, an oM oiih ri'itainol ur n tln-
hed. a vaw mounts! or other
i into a New Roc host
h'nl viiu liirattin' en tin
Wc ere dPl:CIAI.IST5 in tin
Lamps. Censultatlon t kLti.
THE ROCHESTER LAMP
l an absolatelv necessity if you intend
to build. You wiH need many things on
wliicliJ can save you money , ..
My Stock is always kakok and complbte'in-5
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Leading Hardware Companies' J,
CELEBRATED L0( KSund INSIDE TRlMAf-2
Sewt me your sptcifuxttiong, unit I nll gladly quotel
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the OSBORNE LINE j
YOU CAN YOURSELF SEETHE SVFER'.OR POINTS
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For Infants and Children.
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up or ftmok op ruuxo toii
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ami stimulate the tissues to destroy
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