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overt, James T. d Dec 15, ISS'2 i Fi.rrv, Alfred s of Juho b July 2t, POULTRY 1IAVAGBUSHT.
aged 83 y '2 m 2.r d.
1848; d Aug 10, 187U. ngl
36 v ' d.
A Collection Made Jrom all thr llury
ing OrounJt in Snyder Comity
tor the Middlebnrqh "Pod"
IV XX TuWKSHIP.
W ao exseller'h Union Ceme
tery. ;. - i W, i-:. Qouaewortb Mid Bona,
Ai miller Mollie w of Reuben d
Jtiue 20, 185)0, at'd v 1 in
Ann, Simon P. d May 15, 1889,
aged 51 v 2 in 28 d.
Bovcr, Dr. P. A. b Oct 24, 1850;
I Oct 2:'., 1899.
Bold Lewis b Mar 18, 1810: dJan
Covert, Marv M. l ol C. W. and
M. 15. d Mar 26, 1886, aged Fairer, John li Mar 25, 1805; d Jan
1 y 29 d. 2, 1866, aged 68 y 8 in 24 d.
Couldron, Susan d Jan 4, 1891,1 Fisher; Harry A. s of W, 11. ami
aged 68 y 8 in 21 d. Sarah E. d Apr 17, 1S70, ageil
Couldran, Catharine w of John d ;; ' 1 11
Mav 0, 1.S04, nured 7i v4 m Forrv, Bather vtvt John bNov 20.
tvt.m a Wrll Kiowa IlllnoU KrriiKi
Hiui o S Al,.ii:t "I'uuli. y nil
thr Uiiiry Fana."
Couldran, Lydia d Apr 4, 1892,
aged 82 y 6 m 16 d.
Couldron, Elisah l Nov 24, 1806,
d Apr 16, 1900, aged 93 y 4
in 22 d.
Christ, Kate A. d of Win. and
Mary A. I Aug 29, 1854: d
Nov 22, 1860.
Carnv,. Daniel 1 Feb 22, 1806; d
May 28, 1873, aged 67 y : m
15, 1881,aged70y9ml5d. Charle8 Hary s ()f H F a(
h-ou.se, EnoH II. L Nov 16, 1843; Elisabeth l Feb 7, 1876; t
I Sepl 4, 1874, aged :! v 9 m
Brouse, W. X. '1 Jau 0, 1803, aged
22 y 10 in 10 d.
Bottorl", Win. H. s of W. and li. A.
.1 Oct 13, 1869, aged 13 y 11
m 12 d.
15. ..line. Marv C. d of Levi and Jane
li Feb 28, 1840; d Aug 31,
185 I, aged 4 y 8 m 3 d.
Burns, Vlbert E s of II. D. and S.
II. b Ocl 13, 1868; d Oct 21,
Howes, Libbie E. d of Dr. J. A- and
M. M. .Man L, 18S0, aged 21
y 5 in 25 d.
Bav, Susan w of Jacob d Dee 15,
1891, aged 64 y 2 in 14 d.
Baker, Sadria d ol L. D. and K. M.
,1 Doc 24, 1881, aged 24 y 10
m Mi d.
R) kr, Henry d Apr 4, 1803, aged
3 1 v 2 in lf d,
Baker, I'riseilla w of Daniel L. d
July 23, 1877, aged 82 y 1 in
Broiise Jonatliau 1 Apr 4, 1898,
Bged 83 y 7 in 23 d.
Blecker, Katie M. d of P. K. and
C. C. 1 Jan 14, 1867j d pr
Blecker, Ida E. d of P. K. and C. O
dSept 14, 1881, aged 5 y 7 nv
Blecker, Carrie d of P. K. and C.
C. b June 2, 1878; d Dee 20,
1878, aged 6 m 27 d.
Blecker, Girily B. d of P. K. and
C. C. d Feb 4, 1873, aged :'. y
10 in 10 d.
Bums, A. J. 1) Sept 3, 1859; d
June ."), 1893.
Burns, Esther w of Henry 1 Aug
15, 1807; d A pi 1, 1877, aged
69 y 7 in 16 d
Burns, Henry b Dec 8, 1808; d
July 1 1, 1870, a n il 61 v 7 m
Bums, Edgar P. a of J. and G. C.
11 Apr 30, 18S1, aged 14 y 4
Bun . Esther i. d of J. and C. d
(Jet 2o, 1885, aged 17 y 3 ra
Burns, Jacob d Nov 12, 1883, aged
49 y 6 in 6 d.
Bums, (!am s of J, K. and 8. C. d
June 15, 1S81, aged 11 v 8 in
Burns, Mable .1 of J. K. and S. C.
.1 Mar, 17, 1879, aged 1 y 2
m 9 d.
Rump, Poster s of J. K. and 8. C.
d July 12, 1875, aged 1 y 6
in 22 d.
Burns, Sarah of J. K. d Apr 20,
1 880, aged 35 y 5 m.
Bycrs, Hannah tt. b Dec 7, 1801;
(1 S, pt 19, 1881.
Bycrs, Win. H. s of Win. and
Hannah R. d July 3, 1877.
Byers, Wm. d Apr 29, 1858, aged
62 y 2 in.
Bi gar, Chas. II. .1 June 2 1880,
aged 35 y 9 m 10 d
I5i i ns, Harriet C. wof L. S. il Sept
8, 1884, aged 39 y 3 ra 18 d.
Burns' Emma N. d of L. and li. d
July 2, 1881, aged 117 8 m
Burns, Lettie d Oct 20, 1880, aged
14 y 22 d
Bums, Norman d July 29, 1881,
aged 8 y 13 d.
Calvert, Elizabeth h Sejit 7, 1810;
d Oct 9, 1885
Conser, Winebert s of A. J. and R.
b Nov 13, 1852; d Mar 26,
1854, aged 1 y 1 m 13 d
dims, Mary Alice d of H. D. and
II. A. b July 21, 1852; d Feb
5, 1 854, aged 1 y 6 m 14 d.
Cuius, Wm. M. s of H. D. and H
A. d Ma; 22, 1857, aged 2 y
7 m 9 d.
Oovert, James d Apr 22, 1885,
aged 76 y 1 0 m 19 d.
Jan 9, 1879.
Charles, infant s of H. F. and
Creegor, Henry W. b Dee 26, 1801);
d Dee 8 1880.
Creegor, Elizabeth R. W of Henry
W. b Nov 13, 1814; d Mar
Davis, J. Keener b Oct 14, 1843;
d June 20, 1891.
Davis, James K. b Nov 19, 1815;
d Sept 4, 1804.
Davis, Newton R. b Nov 10, 1847,
d Sept 14, 1850.
Davis, Annie G. b Mar 29, 1872; d
Mar 2, 1882.
Day, Emma V. w ofRev. David A.
D. D. b June 10, 1853; d Aug
10, 1805, aged 42 y 2 in.
Day, Rev. David A. b Feb 8, 1851;
d Dee 17, 1887, Great African
Eagen, James b Sept 20, 1810; d
June 1, 1864, aged 43 V 8 m
Eagen, Susan w of James b Nov 3,
1815; d May 18, 1877, aged
01 y li in 15 d.
Ewing, John d Jan 17, 1870, aged
63 y 4 m 8 d.
Ever, Col. Henry C. d Aug 3, 1870,
aged 82 y 1 m 9 d.
Ever, Marv ). w of Col. Henry C.
d Jan' 24, 1881, aged 86 y 7
i i 18 d.
Ebv, George bOct 16, 1819; d Dec
Eokelman, Barbara d July 7, 1884,
aged 74 y 1 m 7 d.
Eckleinan, Francis d April 1!),
1858, aged 52 y 7 m 9 d.
Fausnauirht, Catharine w of Isaac
F. d of W. and B. McCay d
June 27, 1852, aged 60 y 1 in
Fausnaught, Isaac d Aug 5, 1880,
aged 80 y 1 in 26 d.
Fisher, Chas. C. s of Henry C. and
Rebecca d Dec 18, 1850, aged
Fisher, Samuel d May 17, 1885,
aged 72 y 1 in 3 d.
Fisher, Sarah J. d July I, 1849,
aged 55 y 1 in 10 d.
Fisher, Charles X. 8 of I. N. and L,
d Apl 3, 1883, aged 2 y 2 m
Fisher, Catharine w of Isaac d Mar
28, 1890, aged 79 y 1 m 13 d.
Fisher, Isaac G..d Mar 31, 1877,
aged 64 y 3 in 19 d.
Fink, David b Dec 11, 1810; d
Feb 5, 1875, aged 04 y 1 in
Fockler, Man E. d of J. B. and M.
J. d Mar 31, 1870, aged 3 y
1 m 22 d.
Fockler, Win. s of J. B. and M.J.
d May 23, 187:., aged 7 y 10
in 6 d.
Fockler, Anna May d of J. B. and
M. J. d Nov 3, 1885, aged 9 y
6 m 3 d
Fisher, Michael b Sept 6, 1813; d
Apr 16, 1807
Fisher, Jacob b Aug 16, 1808, d
Jan 30, 1880, aged 71 y 4 m
Fisher, John C. s of W. N. and K.
d Jan 23, 1871, aged 4 m 14
Fisher, Eleanor J. d of Christian
and Lydia d Jan 10, 1853,
aged 2 y 2 m 21 d
Fisher, Lydia C. wile of Christian
d Feb 17, 1877, aged 60 y 10
Fisher, Christian b Feb 2, 1816; d
July 10, 1860, aged 44 y 5 m
Fisher, Henry D. b May 19, 1825;
d Aug 7, 1880, aged 55 y2m
Fisher, Abraham b Feb 27, 1792;
1814; d Aug 27, 1874, aged
50 y 0 in 7 d.
Glover, Martha A. w of Isaiah b
Apr 25, 1831; d Feb 14,
Gortner W in. J. b Sept 20, 1839; d
Jan 22, 189,").
Gortner, Jacob loi B. F. and B. Ii
Ai- 12, 1833; d Dee 1, 1890.
Grosh, Daniel b Jan 14, 1829; d
Mav 12, 1892, aged 63 y 3 m
Gemberling, Jonathan d Bept 21,
1 884 aged 0.") y 3 m 26 d.
Gemberling, Sarah w of Jonathan d
Sept 12, 1893, aged 74 y 0 in
Gemberling, Joseph W. s of A.N,
and F. J. I) Mar 10, 1877; d
July 29, 1877.
Gingrick, Jacob b Jan 12, 1790; d
July 1"), 1872, aged 82 y 6 m
Gingrick, Maria w of Jacob bJuly
11, 1789; d Sept 11, 1872,
aged 83 y 2 in.
Gearhart, Franklin b June 19, 1821;
d Feb 1. 1890.
Glover, Sarah b Mar 28, 1803; d
Mar 26, 1875, aged 71 y 11 m
Glover, Norton d Dee 12, 1897,
aged 71 y 7 rn 1 d.
Glover, Margaret II. w of Norton
b Nov 20, 1881; d Jau 4,
1879, aged 47 y 1 in 4 d.
(Hover, Lillie w of Norton d Feb
28, 1 888, aged 39 y 5 m 1 d.
Gaugler, Adam b Feb 10, 1854;
d Feb 1, 1890.
Gaugler, Adelia A d of J. W. and
F. b Nov 7, 1868; d Nov 11,
Gaugler, Norman . s of J. W.and
Lydia d Jan 2, 1869, aged 16
y 5 m 25 d.
Glover, Ugcne N. sol N. and M.
H. d Dec 16. 1870, aged 9 y.
Glover, Henry A. BofN. and M.
H. b July 30, 1864; d July
16, 1866, aged 1 y 11 m 17
Glover, Win. L. s of N. and M. H.
1. Aug 21, 1860; d Jan 2,
1807, aged ti y 4 m 12 d.
Glover, Franklin V. sofN.andM.
H. b Jan 5, 1869; d Mar 25,
1 870, aged 1 y 2 m 20 d.
Glover, Sarah M. d ofN. and M.
II. d Apr 2, 1866, aged 8 m
Glover, Morris O. s of N. and M.
II. d Jan 5, 18S9, aged 15 y
8 m 23 d.
Glover, Joseph S. d Feb 5, 1887,
aged 50 y 2 m.
Given, Phil. J. s of J. J. and D. E.
b 1884; u 1894, aged 10 y.
Grissinger, Maria L. d Nov 13,
1884, aged 70 y 4 m 26 d.
Grissinger, Chas. I). d Mar 25,
1898, aged 52 y 9 m 20 d.
Grissinger. C. Pan! s of C. D. and
M. P, d July 18, 1898, aged
12 y 7 in 1 d.
Gemberling, Allien G. dorE. and
M. b Mar 28, 1866; d Sept 17,
Gemberling, S. w e'f Samuel G. b
Mar 23, 1813; d June 11,
1870, aged 57 y 2 m 19 d.
Gemberling, Anna w of IT. A. d
Jan 27, 1889, age 1 29 y 5 in
Gemberling, Lemuel s of'Edw. and
Matilda E. b Nov 1, 1857; d
July 15, 1858, aged 8 in 15
Gemberlintc, Silvaniua :s of Edw.
and Matilda E. b Feb 1, 1854;
d Mar 12, 1856, aged 2 y 1 m
Gemberling, Florence M. d of Edw.
and Matilda d Apr 5, 1866,
aged 16 y 11 m 22 d.
Mabel Jack told me he was sure
Genevieve The wretch!
Mabel Yes; I told Wm I didn't be
lieve it was anything but salt rheum.
At the meeting- of the '. "; Ii Dairy
nieu"s Association, recently held at
Annua. 1". M. Hunger, ul De Kalb. 111.,
road a paper with i above title
What he bad to say would apply
equai'y as well to poultry on uuy
farm as that krjit on one where dairy
ing is the leading Feature.
SHnk:,;g t I e things needed to
make poultry pay, he said the first
thinir was' )n :"t f I t!:;' buns tix.
heavily of make it too easy for tatra
to pet their food. Make theni scratch,
and six Inches of straw i none too
little depth in which to seatter tbell
2. The second thinir neenpn is s,
warm poultry house. It the house
can he made warm in no other way
bank it up with straw. Have the
house larjre enough as well as warm,
for poultry to .!. well must have
room and warmth.
Suppose you wish a house for SO
hens, build it Dx20 feet ground space:
have the si!!s and lop plates of 2x4
stuff, use 12-feet hoards cut in two
the seven feet lengths for the front
or south sire, the five-feet lengths fot
t lie back or north tide. The same
length linarcls will cut without wastt
for the ends. Ten-feet boards will do
first rate for the roof if covered with
rood tarred paper nicely put on.
Have a ceiling of cheap boards cov
ered with tarred paper to add
warmth. Have the location dry and
pive the full floor space to the fowls
arranging the nests and perches and
shelf f' i- droppinga as suits yoni
fancy to secure this. Run six-inch
or foot partition through the middle
of the buildinrr next to the floor to
make a scratching-room.
No need of the whole south side be
inir of i;!nss, as was once the idea.
Have 11, r building tight so there are
no drafts. A shelter like a belt CM
trees or a high fence on the north and
west sides will add to the warmth ol
the house, and warmth we must have
Have the house dust, dry and well
rentilqted and loop it scrupulously
Clover should be provided, as it con
tains lime and other elements suited
to promote epg production it in as
ns t nil v an efnj producer as a milk
nroducer. Chopped clover moistened
with hot water or steamed may lie
fed once everv da v. Chopped vege
tables cannot be substituted.
Exercise, warmth, cleanliness and
variety in food are the essential fac
tor In if.rff production.
AN INCUBATOR ROOM.
Plan Suitable for l'ouHr mrn Who
Cannot Secure w I'luce Vniler
u run nil for a Cellnr.
IfFitt CI h
for Infants and Children.
Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
eerie. Drops mid Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotlo
tmbstauve. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness.
It cures IMarrhwa and Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth
inir Troubles and cures Coustipation. It regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought :
Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years.
The People's National Family Newspaper
WrtttuMMluy and Friday,
In in rtttlity a Hue, fresh,
cvery-o' her day Da i I y,
KivtiiK the laU'nt news on
days of iiin ant) cover
iitK ncw4 of the other
three. It contain all im-n-rt;tnt
foreign 0 a b 1 e
new whieh anpenrn in
TtiK DAILY TRIBUNE
of (tame date, aUo DomerV
tie and FareigD Oortei
lrontlence. Short Stories,
Klnrant Hnlf-tonc IHiih
Ka-hion Noteii, Afrietll"
turn I Misttern and Tom
itrehennive and Ifel1lle
rinandal and Market lit
porttt. K e ii I a r Hiilneri ptlon
price, $1.50 per year.
We farntufa it with the
I'oht for $1.75 per year.
Puldislicd on Tburtdtt I
and known for nenrlyl
ttfly yearn in every
of the 1 mte.l Stat. - ,.,1
taper of the highest clan I
or fartneift uni vi i I
It oontettu all tiif noH
iiiipi-i t.mt Knentl iK Wsl
of TUB daily truvI
I NK up to bout 'if iTolnil
10 press, an Ajrricuituiiii
IH'partinent of the liigh-
6m order, lias ciitt-rUtio-l
iiifc reading fnreverrl
tnetnher of the hmllt.1
old and young, .MiwkMl
Keports which are cemu
ed an authority by f;trn
cm a lid country
die nt. and in cleao, upl
to uaie. intcrCHtin .mJ
H g u 1 a r -1 1 ' rijitioil
price, il. w mt year.
We furnish it with ; -I
ron IO( 138 per yc.ir.
Send all orders to the "Post", Middleburgh Pa,j
Prompt Pay me
The cut shows an incubator room
that is built on the surface of the
frround, and yet is surrounded by
earth, banked up against its stone
Chronic Constipation Cured.
The most important discovery of
recent years is the positive remedy
for constipation. Cascarets Candy
f ' . -. , f a. I r.
d Oct 15, 1873, aged 81 y 7 m ine taWet8 stam Bd c c Q Neyef
10 sold in bulk. Druggists, toe.
PLAN OF INCUBATOR ROOM.
walls. It is banked on three sides,
leaving one side unbanked for en
trance door and u window. The in
cubator room need not be large, so
the labor of banking it in thin way
will not be great. Many are not able
to secure a suitub'. place under
ground for a cellar and for such the
above plan will prove advantageous.
TIMELY POULTRY NOTES.
Hens will drink water in the winter
The lice and other vermin may be
dormant in cold weather, but it is as
well to keep a lookout for them,
The farmer who wishes some nice
early pullets for winter layers In 1901
should be mating his fowls for them
If your hens have not had their
combs froen this winter proper ear,
will bring them round to laying in a
N'ice fresh eggs are just as nice foi
winter use -as for summer, yet so many
think they must use 'packed" eggs or
"pickled" eggs then.
Scalded wheat bran makes a good
morning meal for laying liens. If the
water has some clean potatoes in it it
will be so much the better.
Hens that have to pick hard corn
from the cob in a snow bunk to live will
not be winter layers unless it may be
they .are laid out before winter is over
It takes but a few minutes a day to
oare for a small flock of winter-layers.
And whether the prolit is big or not
the satisfaction of having fresh egpi
when the wind howls and the mercury
seeks zero is. Rural World.
H. HARVEY SCHDCH,
GENERAL INSTANCE AGENCY
Only the Oldest, Strongest Cash Companies,
lfire, Life, Accident and Tornado.
No Assessments No Premium Not
The Aetna Founded A. D., 1819', Assets 11,0 M
" Home " " 1853 " P.?,fl
" American " " " 1810 "
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The New York Life Insurance Co.
The fidelity Mutual Life Association.
Your Patronage Solicited.
owno HOT WEATHER USE
BLUE FLAME COOK STOVES
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V Lamp Co. Htuke their reputation ou the stove in question.
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nlicate orders from all parts of the world.
Send for literaturp, both for the "New Rochester" Cook Stove I
ih "New Rochester" Lamp.
You will never regret having introduced these gcods into your hoi
The Rochester Lamp Co.,
38 Park Place and 33 Barclay St., New ,i 01.
Cut Cireen Ilone for llenn.
The crowning- advantage of iinely cut
green bone is its siicculency and its
partial solubility from retention of its
Datum! juices; hence to cut coarse is
to fail of best results. This valuable
hen food should be fed' sparingly.
Three pounds per day is about the right
quantity for 100 hens and the best re
sults will be obtained by feeding it in
the morning, say one-half ounce per
fowl with warm mash. Through the
day allow your fowls all the cut clover
and vegetables they will eat. Give va
riety of vegetables from day to day
and alway keep supply of clean drink.
In water and harp grit within reach
of your fowls. Toward evening give,
f&tm a light feed of corn or wheat ox
fetter hwd grain. Ohio Tarmtr.
Fear-Sighted Professor This is a
most beautiful rug. i'liegende Blaet
This world Is a peculiar place;
We kick both night and day.
But when It comes to leaving it
We somehow want to stay.
CANDY CATHARTIC 434
Genuine stamped C C C New told la bulk,
Beware of the dealer who tries to wJI
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All buniUv,.H8 ntrasted ,j!
I11 runalvM nrniimt. iitT.-IltlOft
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All professional business em r
will receive prompt and careiul
There is no better inveti
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alia J.nrn i nf the U.NI0N UOW
w . ,i.iiir-li are no J
offered at one cent a Bbare, m
non-assessable, and witu"""
al liability. . th,
t n..rti,. at tn.
i m. nafwl
iu per cent per ""i r ,
m. . ...n ore DM
yeany ior two yei". -
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We also eaU 'attention
uo a.a" oflthe 1
Coblew," "BonsDAitv wm
ing at three cents, withal
est dividend guaranty
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