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IS, AieiSlT nun nuc v kAuuio-
osismxI through town bunduy.
I'liarles Wockcly of this place
to Seliusgsove last lhursday.
Win. II- Wendt and wife were to
iscrvillc to visit some of their
Ms Sunday. ,
Onirics Troup of Fremont was
UIv caller in town bunday.
Merchant Peter German and wife
lied for Philadelphia to buy their
ing and summer goods.
W. Arthur Sehnee made a bus-
ss trip to Freeburg Saturday.
The Ileistcr Valley School held
ir entertaiunient last iuesday
t-nitic. Hie auciiueuce was mir
. ml .11 1 ' . '
Lvc consider the evening.
lev. C. C. Miller, the Lutheran
mstcr. ireached in Et. .Joint s
urcli Sunday afternoon. .
Arthur Fisher, the new hotel
per at Krearuer, was in town 1 ri-
Don Hoover was to Kantz buu-
r to visit some ot bis triendj.
J. I. Ycrger, the hotel keeper of
s place, moved to Fremout last
esday and Jerome Kerstetter, the
tel k(.'Cj)cr ot Meiserville, moved
fo the ii tel.
Some cour youn folks arc talk-
h of attending the Academy at
Ireebtirg next week.
Joliu Stuck is busy cutting down
bes to secure timber to repair his
w home this summer.
Few of our people attended the
lord's Supper atGrubb's church last
uuday forenoon. ..
lienry Arnold, wno lived on
TT A 1 - t 1
blin Schnee'a farm, moved to Mid-
eburg and Frank Huffman- near
rountown moved on the farm
rnierly occupied by Arnold.
The Great Olamal Swamp
Of Virginia is a breeding ground
: Malaria germs. Ho is low, wet or
trsLy ground everywhere, These
erms cause weakness, chills and
kver, aches in the bones and m uscles
id may induce dangerous maladies.
ut Llectrie Bitters never fail to
natroy them - and cure malarial
oubles. Tbey will surely prevent
rphoid. "We tried many rem
lies tor Malaria and Stomach and
liver troubles," writes John ChailesS
m, oi uyersvuie, u., -out never
und anything as Rood as Electric
liters. " Try them. Only 50o.
be Middlebur Drag Co., Gray
11, Garman and Go., Richfield, Pa.
r. J W. Sampseli, Pennscreek.
K guarantee satisfaction.
Ex-Landlord Middleswarth of
cClure is now living a retired life
the above named place.
Daniel II. Treaster has a force of
jwds painting a barn iu Spring
pvi B. Treaster spent part of last
k wun Drank jawing. .
Tins week the old soldiers of our
ace expect to have their Docket
Veil a ..,-1 . I-l 1 1.1 L .L I . 1
r"" cpicuisucuuiruugnuie Kino
es of Uncle Sam, for the hardships
F7 enaured in bis behalf from 61
( - iui tunc ii iu uvan
Pd add 75 per cent to some of their
Jtowanoes. , Uncle,' it. would i be
iipreieaied. - : -
Alan, woman or child, who likes
? rd good solid facts also the im
Jortant news of the oountv. should
f usenbe for the Middleburg Post
yon will get such news every
t.i ... . ..:.
Sorry to hear of the illness of
on- i F. Iteigle. Ilope a speedy
pverymay soon follow.
Dr. Amnion Bowersox, our mail
Jirrier, purchased a new wagon for
r uenvenne of the mail and a so
deliver medicine to his patients.
Viola Steelv is imnrnvinc ' from
Mate spell of sickness.
rs. L. A. Jenkins: hns liwn run-
H to the houso the past week
sore throat '
i iiAiLy virus ts
1 he rate rain we have had put
the tarruers back with their oats
John Hodman is the only farmer
at this end, who has sowed any oats
tins bpruig, at this writing. (Mon
It has been rumored tint West
Deaver expects to have a candidate
in the held for County Superintend'
Mrs. Catherine Baley of this
place is uflerinir from a purulytic
The young people of our vicinity
wcro well represented at the supper
given ai Kralzerville tor the benefit
of tho new church.
The Misses Wetzel of Adams
burg are visiting their cousin, Mi
W, O. Cochran is
again in our
Our public school, which has been
taught successfully this winter by
P. Li. Jarret, will close Monday,
Victor Iirouse employed in Nor
thumberland, was a visitor at his
mother's home Sunday.
J. E. Kreisher of Ijewisburg was
a caller in our vicinity.
Movings are about over, and we
have many new neighbors in our
C ASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hare Always Bought
Laura llninmel spent a few days
with her parents, Joseph Hoke am
wife ot Selinsgrove.
Ella Bitting spent the week visit
ing in Beavertown.
William Greenhoe went to Clif-
p 1 ir l itr.li
ioru iuonuay. wiuiani nas won
for himself many friends during his
J. A. Schroyer and Viola Beaver
were to JNew Berlin Sunday.
Mable Beaver was shopping in
Sunbury between trains.
Minerva Stroup was shopping in
Middleburg between trainsSaturday.
- Mrs. bailie Walter of Sunbury
spent Sunday with her parents, Ed.
Hummel and wife.
Mrs. S. O. Ulrich has 75 little
The dance at John C Huinmel's
was well attended. Harry Sampseli
and J. A. Schroyer furnished the
music Everv bodv had a cood
'Mrs. G. Snyder and Mrs. Miller
of Skamokin visited Mrs. John Lan
dis Jwer Sunday.
j. B; W. Yoder was doing business
in ubs place Monday.
"I suffered terribly and was ex
tremely weak for Iz years. The
doctors said my blood was all
turning to water. At last I tried
Ayers Sarsaparilla, and was toon
feeling all right again."
Mrs. J. W. Fiala, Hadlyme, a.
No matter how long you
have been ill, nor how
poorly you may be today,
Ayer s Sarsaparilla is the
best medicine you can
take for purifying and en
riching the blood.
Don't doubt It, put your
whole trust in it, throw
away everything else.
Ak yonr doctor wht ha think, of Ayer1.
Boruparlll. He know, all about thla grana
old fmlly msilloln. Fallow hit adtfcauid
wUl b MtUflwt.
J. 0, ATM CO.! lowall, Hut.
VfiI,l. Vitti.i.np ..f XII.I.Il.l
bure was in towu on business last
Charles Heimbueh and . fumilv
left this place last week for Pbihu.
wnere thev intend to make their fu
Frank Felmv's moved frumChas
Coyer's farm to Curtin Bowersox s
farm and Mr. Baker moved on ttu
farm vacated by Felmy.'
After spending about a week ai
home, Loyd Walter returned to S.
U. last week again.
Charles Hare of Uarrisburcr visit
ed here several days last week aud
was accompanied home by his wift-
and daughter Marie.
Inst week Millard Shambacli of
Union county, moved on Chas. Bov-
ers farm that was vacated by Mil-
Levi Matter loaded hU household
goods in a car here last Mondav and
shipped it to Miillin county, where
lie has rental a larm.
James Walter moved ou the farm
vacated by Mr. Matter.
Mrs. John Ernest atteuded Mrs.
Julia Specht's funeral at Beaver
town last week.
- After spendiug several weeks at
Sunbury and Shamokin visitiner rel
atives, Miss Laura Ilarner return
ed home Tuesday.
MissSallie Moyer of Swineford
was a visitor in town Tuesday.
Irvin Gravbill sncnt several davs
at Lancaster last week attending his
Peter Ileigle of Beaver Springs
was in town Monday.
Jesse Spiglemyer, who had been
employed at Newton Hamilton dur
ing the winter, returned home last
Mrs. James Deitrich and damrh
ter Marie of Swineford visited here
Miss Hattie Howell of Beaver
town visited her grandmother,
Ira Heimbach spent several day
in Mi;ilin Co., last Week.
The Woman's Missionary Society
neia a 6ecial meeting m the Evan
gelical church here. Tuesday even
ing in which some of the young
ioiks participated. ,
-ft. f -1 r an.A
iiiss Claude Uitt was elected as
a delegate to represent the society at
a convention to be held at Milton
either iu May or June.
Prof. F. C. Bowersox and family
visited the f rot.'s mother here Sat
Uriah Howell of Beavertown vis
ited his mother here, Sunday.
Ilev. Diehl held communion ser
vices in the Hassineer's church. Sun-
day and delivered a very able ser
.... . " . .
MrsLincoln Erdleyof New Ber
lin spent last week with her moth
er who is on the eiek list.
Miss Bertha McAfee, who is em
ployed at the Eagle hotel, Swine
ford visited her parents, Sunday.
Ira Harner of Bloomsbunr and
Wm. Harner of Shamokin visited
their mother Sunday.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that
as mercury will surelj destroy the
sense of smell and completely de
range the whole system when enter
in ft through the mucus sorf aoes. such
articles should never be nsed except
on prescriptions from reputable ohy
sician. as the damage they wi'l do is
ten fold to the good you eanpossib
It derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
& Co., Toledo, O., contains no mer
cury, and is taken interna'lr, acting
directly upon the blood and muena
surfaces of tho avatam. In hnrinff
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you eel
me genome, n is taxen internally,
and made in Toledo. Ohio, by F. J.
vneney a jo. Testimonials tree.
Bold by Druggists, 75a
Hall's Family Fills are the best.
Harry Hummel, wife and little
daughter of Northumberland spent
a few days with Mrs. Hummel's
Miss Berha Crouse of vour town
was entertained over Sunday by.
Miss Laura Gemberling.
Miss Kate Wficensellcr was in
Phila. and New York last week
buying her stock of swing mil lincrv
G. I. Stahlof Knox villa Borough
circulated among friends Inst week.
Will U. riulins made a business
trip to Bloomeburg and Berwick last
Miss Irene Kistner of 8unburv
was the guest of Mrs. Jno. Wagen
ecller. . ,. ;.,
A Stealthy, Insidious, Weakening
RET. HARRIET R. EDWARDS, CLINTON, IA.
Hey. Harriet R. Edwardu in a recent letter from Mt. Pleasant Tark,
Clinton, la., writes :
" have found that Penan la a wonderful medicine to use In diseases
peculiar to women. It quickly and permanently restores health and vigor
and acts as a natural tonic to a worn-out system. I have so far never observed
a case which was not greatly aided by Its use."-RCV. DR. H. R. EDWARDS.
THERE aro a multttudo of women,
especially housewives, and all other
women obliged to bo on their feet
constantly, who ars wretched beyond de
scription, simply because their strength
and vitality is sapped away by catarrhal
discharges from the pelvic organs.
Those toromon get up in tho morning
tired, drag thomselves through their
dally duties tired, only to go to bed at
night as tired as before.
Peruna la such a perfect specific for
each casa that when pationts have once
used It they can nover be induced to
quit It until they are permanently cured.
It begins to relieve the disagreeable
The youngest son of Jno. Thomp
son died Friday and was buried
Miss Bess Haas entertained her
friend, Miss Irene Heck of North
umberland, over Sunday.
Quite a number of our bridge
builders are at home.
Iteuben Walter of Johnstown is
visiting friends in town.
Miss Seesoltz, a missionary to In
dia, gave a talk in the Trinity Luth
eran chinch, Sunday concerning the
ways and customs of the Hindoos.
I. V. Longacre, the renowned auo
tioner, has moved to one of the sub
urbs of town, and from Lis castle
has a grand view across the rolling
Susquehanna aud the picturesque
The Kerstetter family are as
busy as bees aud know how ' to
EdwNrd G.Stabl has a fresh cow
for sale. '
A. E. Witmer sold his rye to
Port Trevorton grain dealers.
Our Susquehanna coal diggers do
not need go to Klondike for they
have an eldorado at home.
George Strawser of Selinsgrove
brore through town.
D. W. Kamble of Wutsontown,
exeuctor of his father's estate, was iu
town ou business
M. It. Hoot, the assessor, was in
town on buisness.
J. H. Wi-e sold a good horse and
bought a belter one.
Dr. Kiebs was' ;n towu and is
mnch pleased with his new residence
on Bilver creek.
Eggs 14 Butter 22.
Arbor day was vetv much robbed
of its glory, but wc could plant trees
yet this week and next.
Our old soldte.s feci better since
Uncle Sam has sent around new
Oats sowing is the order of the
day among the farmers.
The Hoovers are getting ready
to take the Aqueduct aud are offer
ing stone aud lumber at reasonable
xA. Witmer did some grafting
for his neighbors.
oqire Sechnst, our fancy poultry
symptoms at once. Tho backache
ceases, the trembling knees aro strength
oned, the appctito restored, tho digestion
mado perfect, tho dull lieodaolia U
stopped and tho weakening drains are
gradually cured. These results certainly
follow a course of treatment with Pe
runa. Jos. B. Crowley, Congressman from
Illinois, writes from Robinson, IU.:
"Mrs. Crowley has taken a number
ot bottles ot Peruna on account of
nervous troubles. It baa proven a
strong tonic and lasting cure. I can
cheerfully recommend lt."Jos. D.
man, is iu the swim and can fill all
Rev. II. T. Searle will preach
next Sunday morning at the Wit
mer United Evangelical church.
E. S. Aucker, the overseer, was
E. E. Moyer shipped a variety of
choice furs to a party in New York
It pays to freshen up your build
ings and fences by white washing
J. M. Kambo and N. J. Moyer
are building a Hat for the Hoovers.
Dr. J. O. Nipple of Sunbury was
a business caller Monbay.
T1 I 1,1 (I III a
rrunK Atkinson ot riula. is
opeuuiug ins vacation wun ins uncic
Frank liiugamau and family.
1 I ?i i i
Prof. S. P. Steflen intends spend
ing about three weeks at Halifax
yet. After that he will remain with
his family some time.
John Hoover is building an ad
dition to George Iline s house.
Wm. Leidle is employed at Jacob
H. F. Charles and Clarence Lenig
arerepairiug the tatter's mother's
Andrew Herrold, O. G. Rice
and Levi Buhner are employed at
Moses Brubaker was a Sunbury
P. a Ritter and Prof. Edwin
harles of the county seat were a
nioug our Saturday calbrs.
Miss Annie Stepp of Alleutown is
visiting her parents.
J. I. Charles i eturned luine from
Reading Friday. '
G. Irvin Kichenbach, who is em-1
ployed at Allentown, is spending the i
week with his daughters. ,
Maggie Attinger of Lewisburg j
came home to help her pareuti move. !
' Preacher St is noted for its Sat -1
urday night callers as they arc all !
some kind of professors. j
Fcnsthie says'-Its nice to have a !
position where you can wear a paper
0 Daniel Snyder aud wife of Selins
grove are visiting their son, Jerry
Mr. Wm. Betrlck, Kennard, Waah-
ington county, Neb., writes :
" I am fifty-atx years old and bavo not
folt well since the Change of Life began
ten years ago. I was in mincry some
where most of the time. My twit was
Tery weak, and my flush so tt-ndi-r It
hurt me to lean agulnat tho back of a
chair. I had pain under my 'shoulder
blades, In the small of my bark and
hlp3. I sometimes wlnhed myself out of
this world. Had hot and cold spell,
dizziness, and trembling of tho limbs,
and was losing flesh all the time.
"After following your directions and
taking l'eruna I now fool liko a different
person." Mrs. Wm. Iletrlck.
llurbara Albcrty, corner Seventh and
Walnut streets, Apple ton, Wis., writes
as follows in regard to l'eruna :
" Ir years I have suffered with back
ache and scvero pains in tho side. I
do"! :u fo much that I bectimo dis
"A chool friend tuld mo how very
miii'i Teruna hnd benelltcd her and
I Ft.:it out lor a ,
bottle, which did
more to relievo
me U...;i all tno
other medicino I
had ever taken.
" I used it fai'.h-
fn'.l .- for two
Vei - m.uI it COII1-
:le: ,-lv eurcd me.
1 ! no not !i:ul
liny pains hiucc,
a ii y w h ere, but
feel like a new
w o in u ii. 1 am
truly tliaukful for
what l-r uuiii bus
! for me." Barbara Albert-.
Mm. I W. Mason, 502 lluuplilne Btreut,
New Orleans, La., writes:
" I bavo been takin;; your l'eruna und
Manalin and eon cheerfully recommend
It t all thoso suffering with tho sumo
trouble that I was. I bavo lieen sulTer-ln;-;
i'nr tlio pot two yearn with female
wciikncM), palpitation of tho heart, ,stum
ach, kiiiney and liver disorder, uud
aboo ail a dreadful cough with Hinother
in;; : pe!lrf. I was completely run down.
".fter I had taken one bottle of Pe
rutia anil a few doses of j our Manalin, I
eotil 1 rleep soundly, my heart wm
belt M i.iy cough left me, it acted immo
dip.i ly upon my nerws, and after tak
ing four Ijottles according to your dlreo
ti . in, 1 was entirely cured of all my
"I can truthfully fay that thero is
nothing to equal your Peruna ond Man
alin. 1 was a different womeu after luk-in-
tho secoud bottle. It is withuut a
doubt the beit medicine in tho world.
Language fails to express my gratitudu
ror this cure. May iod bless you."
Mr.-'. 1). W.Mason.
1 ! you do not derive promj t and i-iais-fyct
ry result from tho use of l'erui.a,
write at once to Dr. Ilartinuu, giving a
full statement of your case and hu will
bo pleased to give you hir "lnablo ad
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The llartuian Sanitarium, Coltiui'-us,
Mis. J. G. Snvder is on the sick
David Killer and wile ol Selins
grove called on his sisters, Mrs. Sue
15uislle and Mrs. Adam Gensamcr
George Strawser and wife of St-1-insoTovu
passed throug'.i town Sat
urday on their way home from Ver
dillal Mrs. Jacob Herrold and daughter
of Iiu'i-pendcnce visited relatives at
this place Saturday.
John Bilger and wife of Salem
wen; seen in our vicinity Wednesday..
Earl Rhoads and Earl Slahl were
visitors at Isaac Zimmerman of Ver
di 1 la a few days last week.
Mrs. Conrad Dulry and Daugh
ter Edith, were visitors to Sunbury
Mrs. James Audersou and daugh
ter Kate, Sunbury, were Sunday
visitors at Jonas Amainl and fumil v.
Chas. Arbogast, one ot our bright
and intelligent young men, is visit
ing Washington D. C.
David Bickhart and wife of Pal
las were seen on our btreets Satur
day. Mrs. H. II. Hafley and two of
her ehildreu of Sunbury were visit
ors nt the home of Conrad Dutry
Horace All-;man and Eliert Kor
lew, two of Sunbury's most prom-
incut young men, were gucB's at the
home of W. P. Snyder.
V. II. Derr of the Susquehanna
University of Selinsgrove preached
a very able sermon Sunday on ac
count of the pastor J. 11. Dimiu I).
D. not being able.
Mrs. Lewis Hottcustein, who has
Ik'cii sick with pneumonia for the
two last mouths, is able to be
Wields A Shr rp Ax.
IMlloiis marvel nt tho multitude
of u.iilailieo cut off by Dr. Kind's
Now Life ri!ls-the most distress log
too. StoniHcb, Liver aud Howel
troubles -Dv8depnla, Loss cf Ap
petite, Juindiee, Biiliouauess, fover,
irrt!urin, all fall befoie these woujer
workers. 2o by the MiUJlolmrcli
DniffUo, Giavbill, Girman & Co.,
ltith field, Pa., Dr. J. W. Saoirsfcll,
Hart.imi Albert y. J