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iLUCID LOCAL LACOlf IC8
Lk Rock" by Ralph Connor wU!
In the Post May tttn. .. , . .
Summer Millinery Opeolog. oo-
Vtyl,2and3rd.A W 1 K
Wbai. Horn. - nm 8alb. The
ll Hole! In Mwdlebnrg Is offered
Ut gale on easy terms. For par
(i jdilress, H. BURNS Bhtth,
New Kensington, Pa.
on A. E- Boles m Us new Miv-
d hnir cutting parlor for your
lamed with a refreshing sham
Id a cleau towel to each, patnn
north side of Market square op-
Cfiitrel Hotel. 8a Uh faction guar
(counters are piled up. with new
We have one of the largest
of Fpring and Summer goods
wiglit to this place and we offer
Lt bottom prices. Come and see
K-k before you buy and we will
ll I HWARTZ A: ftRAVmi.T,.
W. Runkle has Just returned
nice new line of goods that are
ible And durable. He has the
gtock that was ever In that
Tl 1 Lt.. m.J 1 -il l f
Is wci'k and look for other bar
ColuiiiUiB Carriage and Harness
liumbus, Ohio, have some speci-
s In buggies, carriages and har-
nf you mention the Post, they
M you a free catalogue.
t and soe our new line of Men's
W Hats, a new line of shoes,
Ifbrd Ties, a new line of enamel-
Swartz & Gbatbill.
vlll liaye not less than one hun-
I rimmed hats on display on
g Days. L. Dcnkelberger.
tounty Commlssio ners awarded
lntmet for building the iron
tSelinsgrove to J. F. Keller
B. Gemberllng for the iron
nd the mason work to Phares
jandW. 0. Hoffman. . v .
1 4 G ray bill can show you more
s of dress goods than any
ore in town. Ladies, come and
lour new line of shirtwaists,
, skirts aud night gowns. 2t.
lay the inspectors representing
land Juniata counties met at
brMfee to perform their du-
iiiMpectora representing this
tre K. D. H. Walter of Frank-
Mhi, Howard Row of Penn
l and Dr. W. W. Longacre of
r County should have more
Interested In local history. The I
l society of the county has
iwnomted and they have a
Ithe court house and a great
l papers, county newspapers
prs hack and some older have
I into this room. Those old
p should be bound up nnd
e of goods, such as notions,
ns, etc., will be reduced on
s. L. Dcxkelber&er.
Mere of the Post will not be
fted in the most Interestlnar
Itlie dny, "Black Rock," by
lonnor. We will berin the
pnof this most popular story
eor May 8th. Ralph Con
don deplume for a most fa-
pr, author of "Sky Pilot"
Man From Glenmrv a
. ' O 1 "
F oas already reached a mIa nf
m copies. The . scene in
x ' is laid in a minim; camu
and consists of 15 chanfor
tt fascinating reading ever
' county newspaper. You
iroucii delighted as you were
demon's stories. 2t
.Special steattaa) esCWd to L. Doa
klberger' ajlvettlsessent on last page.
Periasylvara isth.,BannW State la
Christian Endeavor. The PitUburg
OooTSBttoa will be the Banner Con
vention. Want to know why T Listen
It wiU be the first Biennial Conven
tion; no International meeting this
yeas U divide tha Ume, thought and
nergke of Endeavoren, and every one
who can possibly arrange for lt will be
at the Pittsburg meeting. Then it wiU J
be hfld at lust at the rurht time-July
8, 9 and 10 the opening of the vacation
season, swung cue convenience or the
armv of touchers And others vho vm.
cation period begins wth that, month. 1
Ana me place, Pittsburg, the busiest
clty'ln the United States, with the
greatest ' Industrial attractions In the
world, the elty of uah, pluck and Pe '
severance. Pittsburg air is full of this
kind of ozone and the Convention will
Imbibe iti The location of "Tent En
deavor" will make the meetlns a da-
llght-lSchenley Park, with Ite beaull-
rui natural and artificial features, al
ways attractive and perhaps never
more so than In July. For these and
other unmentioned reasons we expect
this Pittsburg 1902 Convention to be
the banner Convention of the banner
state. - ; .
Will Car IImimI Ach la Flv Hlantr
Tills In just what painkiller will do:
try it. Have a bottle In the house for
instant use, as it will save you hours of
suffering. Watch out that the dealer
does not sell you an imitation, as the
great reputation of painkiller ( IVr'v
Davis'), has induced many peop e to
try to make something to sell, said to
be "Just as good as the genuine."
DIED.April 9, In Franklin twp.,
Mrs. Susan Swarm, relict of Isaac
Swarm, aged 72 yrs., 2 moa. and 20 da.
April 12, in Jackson twp., Bertha
Alda, infant daughter of Alfred and
Sarah E. Ulrlch, aged 1 year, 10 mos.
and 17 days.
April 14, in Northumberland county,
Pa., Ella, wife 'f Prof. Irwin Lenker,
aged 84 years, 11 months and 19 davs
April 17, at Shamokin Dam. infant
son 'of Daniel Snjder and wife, aged
7 Weeks, and was burled Saturday
Hn. Solma Kuhat - I .'
Eoooh Kuhna. of ner Kla.
an. jM Thursday night, Just
lot f t e r her mother, Mrs.
i I r1 died. The funeral took
7tCentrevllle. ; .
A COLD OKI DAT.
r Bromo-Qulnlne Tablets,
refund the money if it
r . w. urove's signature
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M ARRIRn Inrll 10 Kir P ' n
Miller, Oeorgo Henry Reichenhach of
ouauei ui jeuuie aj. ctrouD OI raiias.
Apru i. oyjevev. ueo. vv. uensier,
Jacob T. Hummel of Winfleld to Hat-
tie v. ueaver or ury Valley X Roads.
Government Seeds Fret.
Through the kindness of Hon. Boles
Penrose, a large mail sack of garden
seeds is now at this office for distribu
tion free of charge. There are two
different kinds of packages. One con
tains Beans, Cucumber, Watermelon,
Parsley and Radish. The other con
tains Corn, Lettuce, Muskmelon, Beet,
Nunsh and Tarsnip.
These seeds are furnished by the
Government and are absolutely free,
They will be given out to all who come
for them as long as the supply lasts.
If Irst come first served.
Dcr Mon I'd En Grossa Wauga.
Do oner wuch hut dcr Jim Fenste-
mucher mich gnsthupped und hut ga-
froget, "Billy husht du sell sthick in
de Zeltung gado." Ich haub gasaukt
T:vht "Well, now" hut ar easaukt.
F-s war about sha, und in fact es war
bully, and won Ich usht en frau het
dado Ich Kcrincna Hcct fun dare Kauf
fa." Sa sagga der Jim ken shnltsa noch
alio ort, over Ich deuk ar hut es ga-
manetshunsht het amis gasaukt Kum
now olla Leid and kauffHeet und shue
by elm. Bacitman,
- 425 Market St., Sunbury, Pa.
To the Sunday School Workers of Snyder Co.
The time Is fast approaching for our
convention, May 12-14. We should de
termine to do our utmost to make this
one of the best if not .the best conven
tions ever -held In 'the county. We
should not wait until the time la here
to begin our work, but do ao now, in
each and 'every Sunday school of the
county, praying and preparing for the
better success in the convention. The
State Association t will send. us good
workers for the use of the convention
during Its sessions, let every school
send its quota of delegates, also Its ap
portlonment, for we need funds to carry
on the work. Let all determine to add
their Influence for the betterment of
our work.' . ' ' : Yours truly, ;
4-24-3 1. M.L. Waoensellkr, Pres.
Charles Walter has gone to Reeds
ville to paint
Jacob Paakusz is erecting a large bark
shed at the tannery.
Cashier Thompson and Attorney Wei-
ser spent Sunday out of town.
Mrs. Aaron Slahlnecker had an at
tack of sickness Sunday afternoon.
Grant Yoder and wife of MifUlnburg
spent Sunday with relatives In town.
'Squire John S. Melser of Globe Mills
was at the county seat Monday night
Leroy Stetler and MissMame Beaver
visited relatives. iu Kratzerville over
Sunday t v , . - .
W. B. IjVluey has a large force of men
along the railroad loading ties foe ship
ment ! t ' v" J '. " i
John W. Farns worth and Mr. Camp
bell of Danville were at tne county seat
Miss Mabel Grimm returned home
Monday afternoon after two weeks'
stay at Selinsgrove.
Merchant Geo. F. Brosius of Mt.
Pleasant Mills was at the county seat
Miss Amanda Wittenmyer has erect
ed a large piazza in front of her resi
dence in Franklin.
Mrs. A. E. Soles, wife of Barber Soles,
attended the funeral of bis uncle at
Druggist Spangler has put in addi
tional ooiinter room for the use of pa
trons of ljh Soda Fountain.
We are please 1 to note the recovery
of Mrs. Franks. Rlegle from her at
tack ot typhoid fever. She is able to
sit up. . i
Tuesday John J. Bolender left tor
Pittsburg where he has secured em
ployment In one of the suburbs of the
Merchant John W. Runkle spent last
week In Philadelphia and Baltimore
buying a large supply of new and sea
Sergeant G. C. Gutellus has been laid
up with rheumatism and his son, W.
H. Gutellus, Is carrying the mall for
the last few days.
Orlando Tobias, who is employed as
solicitor for the Metropolitan Life In
surance Co., spent Sunday with his
parents in this p'ace.
Mrs. H. H. Hnrter nnd two sons of
Sunbury were called to Middleburgh
on account of the serious illness of the
former's father, Dr. J. W. Orwig.
Lewis Mnpee tind daughter, Erina,
of Lewisburg, J. E. Magee anil wife of
Krenmer were visitors of Dr. J. W.
Orwig and wife Monday afternoon.
G. W. Reichenhach of Shndel, son of
the Republican nominee for Counly
Commissioner, and his bride, Miss Jen
nie Htroub, of Pallas, spent Sunday
with Register Willis.
M. K Rchoch has removed the fence
In front of his lawn in Franklin which
adds greatly to the appearance of his
property. Franklin is beginning to
appear real aristocratic.
Dr. J. F. Kanawell of Pennscreek,
Register A Recorder John H. Willis,
Merchant S. Barber SImonton and the
editor of the Post of this place attend
ed a meeting of Thirty Second degree
Masons at Bloomsburg last week.
County Treasurer Benneville Smith
drove to Port Treverton Sunday and
brought Edwin Charles and family
home. Prof. Charles brought with him
a large collection of Indian relics that
he picked up along the river.
Dr. J. W. Orwig was attacked with
sickness last Friday and for four days
the bowels closed up, refusing to ree
pond to oil and salts In sufflcent quan
tities to do justice to a horse. By the
aid of poultices, action was restored.
He Is still very sick. -.
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aw9 te ta . whm
re ew kedL we ( take
Ike katf et ke alakt. Tke
kteea ve kick r tk poaka
eT tie wlikii, Slaaaiac tke
a aw valla? wltk ' aiallaw
Meat. Vaao kw ktacl tka
taedl aoaka aettMaa tkel
katok llaao aaS aaaataa Waa
tartaalr. tawar4 aa. - Tka dark
kraaklaa aSavatlaa. Tka aaa
atlag- aaaw lay Uke a aarataat
r kll tka aa apaeta la aaft.
iSilaa folSa aw4 avawaoa V
t7 . ataaip . wtlk a eaaiatly
aia4 alcktaae. Akora tka
eemaa. tka awake ap
ttfaaa, tka aaatpkraa, ataadlaar
Ilka plUara a( alaa tkat kapt
watak wklla ' aaaai alapt, aai
ktak am alt tke p klaa
alakt akr, wltk tta atav Jowala,
praa Ilka tka root at a rraat
atkaSral fvaaa raait ta raaa,
aevorlaar aa la tta kladly akal.
taf. 'Haw kaaaallka aa safe
eea4 tka vallay, wltk Ita
aaaaatala alaa..lu aaatlaal
tra aa arcklaar roof at Jaw
aladl kyl Drca tka alakt ma.
a4 Sriaair, aal trlaaSlr tka
ate. aa tka loaa err af tka
waif treat tha leap foraat aoaaa
4 ilka tka Tolea at a eoaira4o.
IS A GEM
WATtH FOR THE OPENINO
Uke Baalee Be far tke arytke,
Baby lives are destroyed in summer by
cholera infantum. The attack of this
disease is sudden, its progress is some
times terribly rapid. Mothers who
have given their children Perry Davis'
Painkiller can tell how this treatment
has checked the diarrhoea and vomit
ing, and put the little patient out of
danger. 25 and 50 eta. '
- 7 COURT HOUSE CHIPS.
Deeds Entered for Record.
Joseph Lash and wife to Win. II.
Lash, two tracts of land in West Bea
ver twp., containing 149 acres and 133
perches for $4227.60.
J. O. Nipple and wife to Lydia Ann
Lenlg, two lots Port Treverton, for $675,
M. B. Holman and wife to Mrs. Ly
dia Lenig, t interest In two acres In
Union twp., for $22.50.
J. G. llerrold and wife to J. B. Lenig,
8 acres in Union twp., for $20.
C. A. Walter, agt. for the heirs of
Ephraim Walter, dee'd, to Liilie Fuss
ier, 23 acres in Centre twp., for $2000.
Heirs of Mrs. Sarah Benfer, dee'd,
to Sarah E. Fessler, house and lot and
J acre in Centreville, for f 1000.
I. L. Walter, attorney-in-fact for the
heirs of Ephraim Walter, to R. II.
Walter, agent for the heirs of Ephraim
Walter, 23 acres In Centre twp., for
I. S. Walter, attorney-in-fact for the
heirs of Ephraim Walter, to U. H.
Walter, 2 acres in Centre twp., for $837.
Reuben B. Fessler, exce., etc. to Win.
H. Fessler, 64 acres and 141 porches in
Centre twp., for $2005.
John Felker and wife to Charles F.
Kempfer, 100 acres and 141 perches in
Spring twp., for $2.75 and dower.
C. M. Slear and wife to Lydia Bel',
19 acres and 150 perches in Monroe
twp. for $850.
B. F. Kantz, adm'r, etc. of John Fry,
dee'd, to J. A. Lumbard, house and lot
on Isle of Que, Selinsgrove, for $475.
Israel Shamorry, et al to Henry W.
Hartman, 100 acres In Franklin twp.,
Chas. C. Gemberllng and wife to A.
R. Pot'elger, lot No. 25 in Selinsgrove,
( Geo. H. Relchenbach, Shadel,
Jennie L. Stroub, Pallas.
Old Copies of the Post Wanted.
While the subscribers of the Post are
hunting up their old newspapers, they
might look for the copies of the Post
that are missing from our files. We
will pay liberally for a copy of each of
the following dates : -
July 8, Sept 6, 1869; Apr. 6, Oct 13,
1879; Jan. 28, 1871; Apr. 17, 1873; Nov.
4, Dec 23, 1876; Mar. 7, 1878; May 15,
1879; March 10, May 6, 1871; April 26.
1883; Mar. 27, June 12, Oct 80. 1884;
Sept 17, Deo. 3, 10, 17, 24, 1885; Jan. 28,
May 6, Oct 13, Dee. 23, 1886; Dec. 29,
1878. ' ' tf.
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receipt signed by Jere C rouse dated
Apr. 8, 1878 for Pct from Sept. 7, 1871
to Sept. 7, 1877. This gives Mr. Ren
nlnger a date from Kept. 7, 1871. H
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time, but up to this time has teen un
able to discover proofs of an older date,
He willbeentltledto an older date thai
the above, upon presentation of proofl
tape tea uaaa;e aaa Wars mm lea Ca
Laxative Bromo-iuiuine 'tablets curt
a cold in a day. No cure, no pay. Price
25 cents. tl
Letter to W. I. darman.
Dear Sir : You know all about shoes.
How many customers have you who
know anything about 'em?
You have bought and sold shoes for
years, and have learned what you know
by your customers' like one sort, and
not liking another. They find out
by wearing 'em.
So with paint; but we o deejier.
We are 145 years old in the business;
and we make, not buy wo make a
good deal of paint.
We paint a good Nliare of tiie railroad
and steamer property In tlie United
States, and iiiuy as well paint the prl
vate property. Yours ns well as any
body else's. Dt-voe lend and zinc in
yoin paint. Costs half ns niiiehus lead
and oil, because it wears twice as long.
F. W. DkvoeACo.
- W. II. Sjiecht is remodeling his
residence and building a two-story
addition to the rear.
Rev. A. D. Gramley and wife at
tended the funeral of Mrs. Gram-'
ley's father in Cumberland county
Mrs. J. A. Aigler and daughter,
Jennie, and her six-month-old son
left last week for a visit to friends
Daniel M. Suook, a highly res
pected Christian gentleman, died at
his home at the west end of town
Thursday evening, after suffering
tor about iourteen years irom a
complication of diseases. Aged ex
actly 71 years. Father Snook was
a member of the Reformed church.
The funeral took place on Suuday
afternoon and was largely attended'.
His pastor, Key. II. II. Spahn, of
ficiated. Miss Libbie Dunkelbergcr of
Middleburg had u three days' mil
linery opening iu town last week.
John I let rich is building an ad
dition to the rear of his house.
James II. Aigler is confined to
the house with rheumatism.
Our farmers are very busy sowing
their oats and getting the corn
The sixteen-month-old child of
A. II. Musser and wife was very
sick with pneumonia hist week.
Mrs. Rev. O. E. Pilueger of
E'izabethville was the guest of her
nephew, Rev. E. E. Sieger, and of
Mrs. V. F. Feese over Sttaday and
during the contcrcncellev. Pilueger,
the presidcut of the conference, with
a number ot other ministers, came
The seventeenth semi-annual con
vention "Dimville Conference" of
the Evan. Lutheran ministerium of
Penna. met iu St. Paul church of
this place Monday evening, and
will continue until Wednesday
evening. This will be followed
Wednesday evening and Thursday
by the third annual Sunday school
convention of the same conference
to continue until Thursday evening.
Some twenty ministers were present
at the opening session and partook
of the Lord's Supper. Rev. Pilue
ger preached an excellent sermon,
basing his remarks on the .words:
"The Love of Christ Jesus Con-
BARE WA!rTEI).-We will pay the
highest cash price for bark delivered in
tf. Midiij:bpbo Leathkb Mro Co.
John Hess, a graduate of Hunt
ingdon Mills High School, has re
turned to his place where he will
spend his vacation, at the home of
Mrs. Hattic Hendricks and little
daughter Grace of Montandon, spent
a few days with Samuel Kauuman
Mrs. Elmer Benfer and little
daughter Miriam of Dry Valley X
Roads spent a few days with, Squire
Boust and family.
Miss Nina Jarrct has returned
from Columbia Co. where she had
been teaching school.
Wm. Sanders will leave for Pitts
Miss Harriet Smith of Point twp.
North'd. Co. spent ecveal days with
The gypsies are having their an
nual convention in "Sanders Hol
low" They arrived with all the
pomp and power of an ancient con
queror returning from battle.
Wesley Kauffman is wearing a
broad smile. Why? Because .a
little boy has come to Btay.
L W. Roush was a caller at Hick
The farmers liave their oats near
ly all sowed.
J. P. Rogar is listed among the
15. (). Kcssler and Jonas Miller
of Seltsngrove passsd through our
J. H. Rhoads and wife, Frank
Sautee and wife were visitors at
Miss Minnie Kuhn spent i-iies-lay
and Wednesday with relatives'1
Daniel fiaiiirler received employ
ment on one of CilomeiilV, steam
Miss Mary Uowcii nndea trip to
Wilson V lit oi bunbury was a
visitor to his hrotlwr Geo. Wilt and
Frank Santec and wite made some
calls at Sunbury Thursday.
James Uilbert is improving his
home by giving his house a coat of
Wim uauirler and wite were vis
itors with friends at Sunbury Mou-day.
Miss Ida Stahl of V erdilla was a
visitor of Mrs. Willet Arbogast and
Miss Jennie Nerhoou oi Kratzer
ville was visiting friends at this
place last week.
Jonas Aurand made a business
trip to Sucbuay Wednesday.
Ela aaa Urlndlng Bake
Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint wear twice
as long as lead and oil mixed by hand