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Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
ana cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
' or disused.
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that It Is not uncommon
for a child to be boi
1 afflicted with weak ki
neys. !' ii e child urin
ates j i "en. if the
urine scalds th Tie- r hen the child
reaches ar ot ' ..tiould be able to
contro. vhe p jz. it is yet afflicted with
ied-wctUng. oe; end upon it. the cause of
tb difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not te a habit as
most people suppose.
Vcmcn as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the Immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It Is sold
by druggists, In fifty
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mail
iree. also pamphlet tell- none of swamp it- ?
ing all about it. including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
Stiubury & Lewistown Division.
Iu effect March 1H, 19(H).
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.150 1140 Lawiitown Junction
Train Ioiivoh Sunlmvy S H0 p m, ar
rives at Selinsgrove 5 4.r p m
LeaveBSelinsKroveBiOOp, mM arrives
at Buobury i:i") p. ui.
I'rains leave Lewistowri .Itinctlon :
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Pur Kaltiniiire am1 WSfhinirton 8aiam 1130.
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York 8 88, 8 or, B 80 a m. 1 01 1 88 4 88 and ii io r
in Km llurriHtiiirK 8 10 m
Philadelphia & Erie R R Division
NORTHBBN t'BNTRAt. RAILWAY
Train l"avox Belli SgTOVe Junction dtlly tor
Hunbary and west.
H 18 a m, II 58 p rn, p :n. Sunday 9 23 a m,
141 p SB.
Trains lenve Sunbury dsllf except Sunday:
II 23 a m turBu(Iilo,l li a m tor Erie and (Jan-
6 10 am tor Rellefonte Krle unit (lanandalxua
1 12 a m for hook Haven. Tyrone and the west,
.'it for Buffalo, 110 p iu for Htillefttnte Kane
Tvrone and ("anantlnlifiiu
Ii45pin lor kenovo and Khntra
t III p m lor Wllllamspoit
Minilayli-J3 a w for burr.ilo via Emporium.
I . : a in for Erie, 5 It) ID lur Krle and !auan
Mtmm 8 (3 p in lor v- H
U42am for Iy!k Haven and
t BO a m, 9 M a m 2 00 and 48 1 in tnr Wllkes
Iwm and Hamilton
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Sunday 9 S3 it m tur Wllke'barre
l'r.iin - leave SellBJgrova Junction
1000 in, dally amvlDK at Phlladelpbli
1 17 pm New York 8 68 p u Baltimore 3 II p n
A itsliliiKton 4 18 pin
S34 p in 'i. in t arriving at I'liiiitunipnia
,090 in New Yurk 3 88 a Halllmere 9 4Sp D
Waahlngton in .it p m.
h 42 p m. ually arriiitiv at PhtladetpbU I
4 Us in, New Yurk 713 a in, Baltimore 2 30 a in
"iVuxIrinirton 4 ii." a in
Tra'us alM leave Sunhury :
Jtlam dally arrlrlnv st PhiladsfdblS D M a in ,
Haltlmors 7 o a in washleaton 880 am No '
York 9 33 a in Weokilay, 10 38 a m Sunday,
310 an dally arriving at Philadelphia J2-J
am, New York 93 a in. 10 :i8 Sundays Halll
'.ncle 7 40 a in. WaalllnK'"" 830 a in. Ualtluiure
lit it p in, WaSUDaion l It p in.
I5.i ,, m, week in-, - srrlrtoK at Philadelphia
IU p in. New Yurk 9 30 p m, Baltimore t 00 p n
Wsiblngton 7 is p m
i:ilpinilailv. arrlvln,';r Philadelphia 7 3i pm
New Yurk 1023 p in, Baltimore? ." P m, Wauh
Int'lun 8 35 p m
.rain.' SISO leave sunoury at vwiminu a il
an.1 H 31 p in, lur HtrTisburg, Philadelphia js. !
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M metallic boxes. Mated with blue ribbuu.
Take no other. It l u-e ilaiiiirroui auball-
uil,innlli Ii inn,. ItiivofyourlmiKKl"!,
Of nud le. In stamps for PnrlirulMra. Teall
"""liila and "Kellrf Ibr InSlft inUtlrr,
return Mall. lo.UOO iesliinonialH. i,. hy
CHICHESTER CHEMICAL CO.
81110 JImMmmi Huarr, 1'HIL.A., VA.
Mention thlt raper.
A Monthly Journal
TRAPPER tells all
about hunting, trnppiiiK
nnfl Raw Far TradinR.
r .. lishcil by an old ex
perienced hunter, trap
per and trader. Sam
ple copy. Sets. Only SO
cents a year. Address,
A. K. Harding, Publish'
cr, Galllpolls, Ohio. .
G. U OWENS,
ATTORN KV AT-L AW.
Spbcialitt: TYKONK, PA.
Collections niul Keports.
Heteresces. First National Bank. Nearby
wwai Ucpresented :-Be)lweod, Altoons, llolll
Jlrgi Huntingdon and Bellerome. 8-8-lyr
irilbroat, Headacliv t uiUiut), TooU
a tmis Bmoit in all
S'fri'Oirru, tl . 1 1. . '. ,,.),,,.,-, T.w.lh
Jljl" (I minute I, Cold s ros.Kfluin.'eti'utc.
-wins. - Forming revers
VORESaMVpATN lNRlTlR O
In one to tltlrtv minutes.
M Ha alst by mail Ha IS8BeSIJ
("holly She called me a cwank,
Miss Pepprey How ridiculous!
Why, a ornnk is a man of one idea.
Ilia Ann rii'l.
What fearless irirl Miss Travel is
She got - everywhere without an cs
I stiletto for a hat
1 PS. M e usi
pin." Chicago Bed rd-Herald.
Sin Vre j sure you love me?
He Buret r hy, 1 never had any
Sgony In my life that made me so
A . .. n report says that Sen
lator Daniel, of Virginia, lives in very
I modes! style In that city and cannot
iifTtird to spend much money, beoausa
everything he gtl goes toward the
payment of his father' debts. Daniel
jhus p in SO years paying off these
it btS, a: ! ii will probably be a life
work. His fatfier was Judge William
I Daniel, of Lynchburg1, He was consid
ered well-to-do, but when he died it
was found that bis fortune had been
swept away in the panic of 1873, anil
that his liabilities were more than
SlllO.CUit iii ,xt- of the assets. Al
I though Benator Daniel could have re
pudiated these debts, he chose to as
sums them. Thai was nearly 30 years
ago, and all that time Senator Daniel
has been pa,i: g off the debts with iu
terest. , Gladstone's humorous advice to the
farmers tt convert their superfluous
turnips Into beautiful jam has been
abundantly acted upon, even In the
Vicious CiiiU'.i Siiii.s. Around one
case of the agricultural department'!
exhibit ut the Pan-American exposi
tion, it Is said, bang squares of cloth,
originally white, now yellow, orange,
scarlet, crimson, liluo and purple, nil
coloreil by aniline dyes extracted from
commercial jam aud jellies, In com
parisou with such nefarious iidulteru
tiou, comment would be colorless.
The first patent medicine, it is us
serted, ever put up for sale in Amer
ica was a proposed cure for con
sumption. It was ealletl "Tuscarora
Rice," and was compounded and .solU
by n Mrs. Masters, who erected a
large establishment for Its manufac
ture in New Jersey, about 1711.
At Derby, Conn., the othi r day, a
leading pastor ran tnailly through iho
village and disappeared in the wooils.
A swarm of hornets hud nested iu the
Clergyman's rural free delivery mail
box. Two mile away the chase uiiine
to an end by the pastor plunging into
One county of Vet Virginia has
among its politicul subdivisions, the
Slub Fork, the Marsh Fork, the Shady
Spring, the Clear Fork, the Shady
Hill districts. Another has the Pipe
stem and the Jumping Ltranck die
What It h and General Denuncia
tion of Its Methods.
THE REPUBLICAN PARTY'S STAND
Followin gthe Action of the State Con
vention, the Republican Club League
Takes Vigorous Action Governor
Expresses Himself On the Subject.
What Is a yellow Journal?
That Is a query that been made fre
quently kIiko the assassination of
President McKinley by CsolgOSS, Who
has confessed that ho was prompted to
shoot the president through tho teach
ings of Emma Goldman, the "Queen
Long before the terrible deed of Czol
rosz the Republican state convention
of Pennsylvania, In the platform unan
imously adopted at Hariisbur)?, vig
orously denounced certain newspapers
which have been assailing the Republi
can organization of this common
wealth. In this state, what are known aa
"Wanamaker newspapers" are con
stantly arrayed against the Republican
party and they do every thing in their
power to disrupt the Republican or
ganization which has refused to obey
tho behest of Wanamaker and send
him to tho United States senate.
In tho platform of the Republican
stato convention, held at Harrlshurg
on Aug. 21 last, this declaration was
Wo hellovo In surrounding the
press with every constitutional
guarantee vouchsafed to it since
tho foundation Of our govornment,
but it Is a public menace that these
constitutional guarantees should
be so misused as to have permitted
many of our newspapers to have
degenerated into a yellow journal
lam, such as is detrimental to any
elate or country.
We charge the so-called yellow
Journals with being subsidized by
the full paged advertisements
which they carry. THE ADVER- ,
TISER IS PERMITTED TO DIC
TATE THEIR POI-ICY and at his
behe3t these newspapers have per
verted the news columns and the
editorial page from being an hon
est record of daily events to a la
bored attempt to misrepresent
At the state convention ef the Re
publican Club League of Pennsylvania,
Which was held at Scranton, after hay-
ing been postponr-i on account of the
death of President McKinley, there was
a positive sentiment among the dele
gates assembled from every county of
the state on the subject of yellow
j' urnallsm, and tha Philadelphia rep
rwtntatlvea were particularly Im
pressed with the Importance of some
declaration on this tonic iu view of the
' attempt of the Wanamaker newspaper.
the North American, to Interfere with
the police authorities when they de-
termined to prevent Emma Goldman
from addressing meetings in the Quak-
er City. The mayor and the director of
public safety were at that time defied
by this newspaper to arrest the Gold-
nian woman, anu it was generally re
garded that the purpose of the poll
ticlans back of the North American's
championing of Emma Goldman waa
to win the support and votes of the
socialistic lalior element for the Wana
After a protracted conference, In
which active spirits iu the State league peaches are now being produced from
of Clubs participated, the Scranton 'he trees than they would bear if they
convention adopted the following: were not Interferred with, ami the
ASSASSINATION OF M'KINI.EY. I fruit is improve,! and brings a higher
"This convention denounces the prhse. Another important point about
assassination of President McKinley as thinning out the fruit is that a a re
ft direct blow at the law making power suit of the operation only one-fourth
of the nation, shocking the civilized
world ami outraging the holiest sentl-, produced, ami as the development of '
ments of humanity. The act of the th.se is the greatest drain upon the
assassin demands the attention of law-' vitality of the trees, a profitable econ
makera In the national congress and ha my la effected and regularity of vield !
every state of the I'tilon. This action la "... . ....
demanded, not only that the un-American
(lflftrlnA tt imnrt'liu , I. .11 I,., al.
, ,,, .1 ....... '
factually stamped out, but that the,
causes leading to anarchy shall be up-
rooted ami destroyed. Among the cau
see Is the defamation of private char
acter, tho vilification of public officials.
the reckless criticism of the legislative.
admlnletratlvfl and executive branches
! of government and the outrageous car- tracts in Georgia are now solely oecu
I toonliiK of public and private character! pied by peach orchards, a single one
for ridicule, malice or profit. ,,f w hich will pack mid -hip more than
THIS CONVENTION VIEWS WITH 8,000 peaches a daj In July, which is
I ALARM THE GROWING TENDENCY the height of the season down there.
ur llWfliBrUNBlUljia AM) AIIVKK-;
PKUS TO UNDERMINE TUB FUNC-
TION OF COURTS OF LAW IN THE j
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. IT
CONDEMNS TUB PROPAGANDA OF
DI8C0NTENT AND UNREST
PREACHED HY THESE SO-CALLED
NBW8PAPBRS, AND INSISTS THAT,
SUCH SENSATIONAL AND MALI-
CIOUS PUBLICATIONS WHICH IN
CITE THE WEAK AND VICIOUS TO
DEEDS OF VIOLENCE, SHALL HE
PROPERLY CLASSIFIED IN THE
CATALOGUE OF CRIME,
"Realising that the liberty accorded
to unfair journalism In Ita criticism of t0 rectangular blocks. After the
official representatives of tho Kepubli-! peaches are lucked they are sorted in
can party of Pennsylvania bus descend-j to three grades, according to quality,
ed to gross and BQfdld license this con- This is expert work. Outside of the"
ventiou demands that the proper prose- three grades nil peaches overripe for
cuting officers in counties whore ac-' shipment are put aside for the evap
cusatlons of a crlmnal nature are made orator, and the grower makes his profit
in newspapers against public officials. on them dried. Scientific varden-r.
shall proceed to put to proof or punish
them for tho wrongs and libels for
which they are responsible,
"Representing the younger men of
the Republican party of Pennsylvania,
this convention stands for the princi
ples of Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S.
Grant, James A. Garfield, James o.
Blaine and William McKinley. it stand
for Republican rule, because tho na
tion has prospered when the Republi
can party has been In power and be-
cause higher wages have been paid to
moor nnii Because capital lias noen ctr-
culated by tho business world
greater confidence and security."
GOVERNOR STONE SPEAKS OUT.
Governor Stone In a recent speech
in commenting upon HiIh subject
nsked: "What Is a yellow Journal?"
anil In reply he said:
"A newspaper that has no party and
no country and whose God Is the ad
vertiser, and generally a full page ad
vertiser. They strive by every possible
means to Increase their circulation be
cause advertisers pay according to the
circulation. They llvo on their adver
tisements. No paper could llvo If you
take the advertisements out of it and
so they hunt up sensations and scan-'
dais to print and make people buy their ;
paper to seo what is said about their i
neighbors. They challenge tho honesty j
of public officials. They are opposed to
men in office. They are always for the)
underdog In the fight, no matter I
whether he Is a dog or a cur, anything j
to sell their papers and ralso their ad
"They feed the (lames of jealousy,
envy, hato, prejudice and ambition
whilo honest people sleep. They are the
witches of Bndor and dance through
tho night around their caldrons of boil
ing scandals and falsehoods and serve
up tho nasty brew for breakfast to an
innocent and absorbing public.
"These yellow journals, by some
called smart newspapers, become tho
pliant tools of unscrupulous men, who
through these libelous sheeta hush their
political opponents. Some can't stand
it. I can. I am getting used to It,
"They are anarchistic In so far ns
they teach that governments nro cor
rupt and fraudulent without proof that
It Is true; in so far aa they teach want
of confidence In public officials who
differ with their paymasters politically.
The best way to overthrow an admin
istration of any kind Is to taach the
people to have no confidence in It.
"But the yellow Journal will fail, an
archy will fall. Our system of govorn
ment will triumph.
"William McKinley will be avenged.
"Out of his martydrom will come
wise and effective laws that will drive
anarchy and anarchists out of this
country and all extravagant and whole
sale charges of corruption in official
life not sustained by faets will be re
buked by the people at the polls."
This will be a banner year lor
peaches. The crop throughout the
A Uaaner hu whole country ia
tstimatcd to tie
bushels, and rather over than under
that amount. The prolonged drought
in some parts of the country has af
fected it somewhat, but not to anv
Xreat ttt, and the hot weather of
,lu -v ua helped to atoue for the luiek-
Wl,rit summer iu developing the fruit,
- sajrl the New York Sun. Finer peaches
and a larger quantity of them to the
acre are being produced every year,
and this Is due not only to careful til-
luge and cultivation, hut also to a ruth-
less thinning of the fruit when it first
appears on the trees. The old-fashioned
peach grower would have
thought it sheer lunacy toeut oft three
fourths of the peaches just M they
were beginning to develop. Yet it is by
just that method that more bushels of
of the usual numl
f peneh stones is
iroiii season io season is promoted.
The peach cane from China originally
a",l reached Kurope i way of Persia,
. ' .
,, T " 3
1 1 1 1 1 .a nti, i ne peaen season now nas
been greatly lengthened by the ship-
inent to our markets in refrigerator
curs, sent nt expn ss speed, of sonth-
uiarkcl s in refri
cm ami California peaches, Immense
It isu't nee. ssarv anv longer, in these
days of refrigerator cars, to pick the
fruit bef.irc it has come toils full ma
un ity, and trusl to il ripening on the
way to market alter it is picked. The
peaches are allowed to ripen on the
trees and are picked so far as possible
j,lst before they begin to soften. The
pickers are trained lo know the right
tage nt a glance. Every peach, a-
everybody knows, has its sunny uiul
its shutly side. It is by the hue of the
shady side that the degree of ripeness
is judged. To insure all the peaches
getting the bene lit of the sun the or
chard is divided by straight avenues In
are trying to Introduce Into this coun
try sonic of the peach-growing meth
ods of Prance and England, which pro
duce wonderful peaches, though few.
Over there pencil trees ure Usually
t mined Hut against a wall with u
sunt her n exposure or on ii t nil is a foot
or so away from such a wall, and only
a few branches of eneh tree are allowed
to grow. Then most of the peaches on
these us soon
the fruit develops
arc cut olf, only a
from the flower
dozen or two, sometimes a score nt
most, being allowed todevelop. Such
a peach tree as Ibis doesn't look much
like a tree. Hut the few peaches that
are allowed to ma I ure on it are marvels
of beauty and juiciness, and half a doz
en of them iu a cotton-lined basket
cost from three to eight dollars iu the
Borne "soulless corporations" of the
"wild west" have lately given a prac
tical demonstration in good morals.
An Attempt was mnde in Omaha to
conduct Jsiiimay exhibitions, It cameS.
to grief because the railroads center-
to ther'' r,,I11S111 increase the
Sul"y w,,rk of l heir employes. Ii is
their policy to decrease rather than
increase the number of Sunday trains,
The wise among even the irreligious
admit that the weekly rest day i
profitable liotii for capital and for
The St. I'nul Pioneer Press thinks
the drought in that state will open the
eyes if farmers who oppose all forest
reservations and vote for legislators
"WOO will detent, if possible, all
bi'iisd-mlsded schemes for reforesting
01. : waste lands and fur administering
our forest wealth on scientific princi
ples." Farmers like Unit are l he nu-
I thors of their own calamities.
The Irwin (Pa.) Standard says that
the following outfit f eatables and
drinkables was ordered for a recent
wedding feat in the colony of adopted
citizens of Hahntown: Three tulis of
cucumbers, one wagon loatl of pota
toes, two barrels of whisky, 54 eight
gallon kegs of heer, one wagon load
of cabbage and one calf weighing about
Now the drug fiend has discovered
a method of squirting a liquid into
fruit in eueh a inuiiner as to prevent
its decay. If this sort of thing keeps
up it will not be long before it will
be impossible to obtain anything that
is pure and unadulterated.
It is stated that 39.S72 persons per
ished a Uie hands of homicides in the
United States during the five years
ending vHth 1000.
oae in each town
jvO A WEEK
tit ken ia trad
We ship amy meyefa ON
anyone without u cmt dep
no naif in
a cent if the
exchange for a bicycle. Write
I PURE WHISKEY rA
, HH DIRECT FROM DISTILLERS
M 111 Ii TA i'iIiIL T U I'll 1H
i j bunauiTixK. u
Four Full Quarts
sF p'rcpaid. i
Sai'M Praters' Profiti.'
rrtHMt AdulleraUont. .
OUR OFFER :
We will send (our lull
9uart hut lies ul Ha? iter's
-lear-Old double topper
distilled Rye for tf 20,
express prepaid, shipped
'HAYisorKinKtCO marks to indicate (on
, "YtnfrTf'irV tenia. If not Mlisfactort
III II I A i it iimi kali.- ix.
vrnru tririvci( it'iurn ill
at our nornae; we ml
return our Vj.sfU.
Such Whiskev can't b$Hm
elsewhere forttis (Aji $5
RVFIMntCnil: Third Nnt'l JUf.k.Iftvtnn; Htitti
Nari Biak, St Louli; or tuiy of tot Kx Co'i
i Ills. l LIJ I ILLI11U W. Ml
a 220-23C West Fifth St., Dayton. Ohio. Ii
JOMSo. Soventh St., St. LciuiPjVUj
We guktrantre iit.avn l)rm will i)u tut It egret?. Kd
i The Great (toritianSclentlet)
improved Double Rxtravt of Harta
piiiillu iii' l Olery Compound lied
Clover, Bief and 12 Veiretablos,
Hoots and Herb, (no Minerals)
contains DOUBLE the Curatives of
anv one dollar Medicine in Iho mar
ket uiul hints TWIC ns long. I hu
greutesl Rnioedv of tbo Ane, killiiiLr
all GERMS, destroyed nil MICRO
BES and n sine ami certain cure
lor KD NHY and LIVER disasea,
Bheumntlsm, Nervousness, Dyspo
pflia. Malaria, Constipation, .Sn-k
rlendaclie and all complaitits ai is
ing from impure blond, Regular
price $1.00 per bottle 1(1 nz., bul in
order to get ii introduced in thi sec
tion we will sell at 50 cents par bot
tle or I bottles for $1.50 until furth
er notice Do not wait, order now
if you are ailing.
The above medicine is used in KV
ERY HOSPITAL and by all the
LEADING PHYSICIANS in tbc
world to day, fitiU highly endorsed
by all. Address,
AOHAWK REABDY CO.
Apill 18-241, ROME. s. Y.
lr- in ii..
the ' .sfflJBr.. of We.
-mf4; m SaStw
produces tho aliovn reaall s ln'30 days. It srti
powerfully and iiulcltly. Cures when all others fall,
young men will rogatti Ittoir lost manhood, and old
men will recover lie ir yotitlitut vigor by ualDf
III; VIVO. It quickly and Hurely restore ISWBt
oess, Lost Vitality, ImpoteDcy, Nightly Eralulona,
Lost Tower, Falling Memory, Wasting Iitscasee. and
111 effocta of Mlf-abuso or cxeeisand Indiscretion,
irblcb unfits ooe for sturly, lniFlnrss or marriage. It
not only curt-s by starting at thn seat of disf aso, bul
Is a great nerve t onto and blood builder, bring- j
ing oacs loe pinK (law to pais eneetts anu iw
itorlng the Are of yontb. It wards off Insanity
and Consumption. Insist on having It K VI VO, no
other. It can be carried la vsst pocket. Dy mall,
1.00 per package, or alx for SO.OO, with a post
ttve written guarantee to care or refund
She money. Circular free. Address
Royal Medicine Co., SSTvS:
For Bali in Middlchurqh) Pa., by
MIDDLBEUROH DRIjG CO.
sHIBF Alt FISF TlllS
Rest Cough Syrup. Tastes Ootid. t'
in lime, sum ny rirugKists.
no rialr in ordering
a cent if the bievi
DO NOT BUY
raft 7 ft
CURfS HNLRE All ilSf FAILS. C3
to ride ami exhibit a sample 1901 model
our uiauutarttire. TOU CAN MAKE 110 TO
besides having a wheel to ride for yourself
Models S5$(0 to $16
Best P"Sf Clifa
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500 Stcond Hand V'ook
by our Out ¬
Kt retail hi ics, ajy
AP?'lr ,'AL to
10 DAYS FE; ;itu
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ordering from us, a
need to par
bicycle doea not suit i u
a wheel until v. h ha v. v f ir emr
f ACT0KY I'K! I S ntl FliU IIIAI IIFFf-S.
offer has nevtr been I lUall I . - . is 0 .:'.' rantcg of
the qunlity ol our wheel,
a reliable person in each town to distribute catalogui I f r us iu
today for fret catalogue and GUI spei lal i Scr.
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w. ll. ill 1 1. 1 it. Irotrfo(r
418 Market St., Harrisburg,
(Opposite I. I,'. It l'M"'l Kntntiiee)
illicit lur vil I'mliiD h,
Rooms, J.s.iini Mic. tiood Meals
8l.ti in .2o per tiny. 1 1 Ml tn i
lino i it, k'ttintnoilsUon
Little Rimer Papa, what is the
hand of Providence?
1'rof. Broadhead The hand of
Providence, my son, Is what we usu
ally see in the tllisforl lines of others.
Unite n Dtffeeenee,
"Von announce in your paper," said
the wrathful iniii!,' woman, "that I
would not he marrh'd, all reports to
the oontrari iiotwithHtnnding."
"Well. Isn't flint the report you
sent In?" nsked the Bocletj editor.
"No, it Isn't," answered the wrath
ful young woman. "The Inference is
all wrong. I said I would not bo mar
ried to tin particular young man to
whom 1 u.-i-i reported engaged, which
Is quite a different mutter." Chioago
Way ul IVIIInsr.
Ctirlej See that fellow looking over
there? lie um tl I go to the same col
lege that I did. 1 w under if he
hurt me ?
Burleigh Ask him for the
Curlcj What for?
Burleigh I f he renu mben you, youi
won't 'et it. Judge.
Tin- ii In lots It,
old In .-trt harAiy Mill
Time a recall n rover;
Why grli vo about the milk you iplU
When tin re are cows anl clover?
Atlanta ( Constitution.
Church Settlement Young Ladji
(kindly) I hope you brush youv
teeth regularly, Maggie,
Maggie (indignantly) llriish rm
teet? Wot would I do Hint for?
There ain't no hair on mo teet!
A Bummer Trniieil)-.
Ho wrote the k!i 1 it Itemed a novel plnn
Ills heart's propositi oh it palm-leaf fan.
That cruel girl oh, What n erline, lntteed
Handed It rouin! the iKirch for all to read.
What lie VVna After.
He Well, I've just been elected pres
Ident of the road. More yachts, more
diamonds, more corner lots.
She Hut haven't you enough, dear?
"Oh, I've never cared about my own
'enough.' I want tho other fellow's."
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