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FtRED THREE YEARS. -
Born to Wm. and Lizzie Koch,
CATARRH OF STODACir.
Wm. Peter of McClure buried
'.their child at the Ridge church 8un-
sufficient to give you most
delicious tea biscuit using
Royal Baking Powder as di
rected. r A: pure, true leavener.
Jacob Moyer, a prominent and
rctsifiil horse dealer of Berks Co.,
t shipped all surpl us horses that
V farmers had. t , - v . ' ,
JTie excitement runs high in town
,ut tlie report that the Beading
iilroad would build a line hlong
. river and a bridge at Herndon.
Some of our farmers finished oats
ring last week while others are
tog bo this week. t t .,
I W. Longacre the auctioneer,
running three farms, digging coal
the river, successfully fishing and
rious other enterprises.
Next Saturday will be public sale
the prsonal property of Geo.
npbell, deceased. '....'" '
Hie caterpillar pest has made its
arance already and an ounce of
veotion is better than a pound of
k, so spiay now as a stitch in
ie will save nine.
Dundore's produce prices were
w better than now.
Jacob Herbster and family are
.tiers among our farmers. - .
James Rathfbn. sola 'two fresh
rs that were noted as gilt edge
tter makers."' - ' --.
It is not too late yet to plant some
re shade trees. '
The onion snow this year was a
n lustitution, the east had
Prosperity is broader this year
i it was last, , when Providence
the Republican' party are fn
ony. The results are marvel-
rk Shambacb of Sunbury vwas
own with a wagon load of candy.
Mover is working at Duncan
i where he intends to stay all
amer. , "i
bur coal diggers found a new
net for their coaL The enter
sing town of Herndoa need more
I to keep their factories running,
tcob Herbster has a brand new
flat in the river. .
Xirtax collectors have reason to
jplain when tax-payers fool them
I the time.
In Hoover of Hall's Island was
Joel Shaffer and family living in
ihfon's bouse arc much pleased
Two years ago, as a result of a
pre ooULI lot my voica," writes
a. u. Desrarongn, of. Hebron,
"iasa Mf-aa an ODstinato
Every remedy known to me
ketldacclnsieian for 88 yean.
and I dailr crew wort. Ba-
vrea to try ur. Kings Haw jws
lor usaaamTMaosu uona-ns.
T tnnmA ..:L. 1.t -
ivu 1UM IWHi W1U AM
ten davs hara Cklfc hitr than
two vmm " PaaKImlTf mi
laiaaMDarg una Msurtyuj,
?m Co.. ISchaeld. Pa.. Dr. J.
I Bampstll PtrnMreak. Pa. Mo
winter n)r. ' "
nJlaw-4 a ywmay aai fcts
if wm la a state f snaa alana.
aha 1U4 to hm slater to
t rooa, mma4 far a- ooetvr.
m iwraiowftd a mm." . -
tcrriiUa boy lookaa up uaploa
f0. miBuu," a intarpoaed, Maod
mlnUterf eselauned the
I. be-snaa papa says, our mini
'a pet uoacy oat of anybody."
it's coated, your stomach
bad, your liver is out of
r. Ayer's Pills will clean
tongue, cure your dys
)sia, make your liver right.
3y to tale, easy to operate,;
Thos. llilbish and 'family of Se-
Iinsgrove took supper with A. C.
Smith's Sunday. - - ,
Thos. Detrich and wife attended
the horse sale at Mifflinburg Thurs
'day. M. E. Erdly bough a fine team of
I horses at Mifflinburg sale.
I Then. Rowe, our supervisor, got
. orders to open the new road naming
: from the main street north to Mid-
dlecreek in the eastern part of our
Mrs. Jack Miller and childreu of
Paxinoe visited her father, Chas.
Rowe over Sunday.
, Miss Erraa Magee of Lewisborg
spent a few days with her brother.
Mrs, Henry Groover and son of
Lewisburg and S. Grover Smith,
who is employed as typewriter by
Attorney Ueale, visited the tatter's
mother, Izora Smith, over Sunday.
F. L Roush has gone to Milton
to work for the bummer.
The carpenters have begun to
work at Willard Roush's new house.
Frank Mitchel of Lewistown
spent Sunday with his family.
Miss Beulah Seaman went to
Lewisburg last week.
Chas. Keek, one of our oldest cit-
tizens, is on the sick libt.
Mios Cora Rowe, who visited her
sister at Paxinos, returned home
Thursday. . i !
Mr. Allenbach of & U. and Miss
Edna Smith of Selinsgrove took sup
per at N. C. GuteUW Sunday. .
frank Dunkelberger and wife
fcpent Friday in New Berlin, their
B. W. Yoder of Middleburg was
in town Sat m day.
Miss Nora K reamer was to Free-
Wm. Klingler and wife of Salem
spent Sunday with the tatter's par
ents, Daniel foyer's and wife.
Geo. Hoke was to the county
N. C. Gutelius made a flying trip
to New Berlin Monday.
Geo. Hassinger and wife of the
county seat passed through town
A Mtmrly ratal
Started a horribU uloer on the lea
of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, 111.,
wtieh defied doctors and all ram.
die for four Tears. Then BunkUn'a
Arnica Salve cured him. Just as good
for Boils. Burns, Bruises, Outs.
Corns, Scalds, Skin Eruptions and
nea. aoe at tna Middleburg Drug
th. QravbilL Oartnan A. Co.. Rink.
field. Pa.. Dr. J. W. SampsalL Penas-
'Vara,'' uid tha man who had
approached by a mendicant, "111 fhra
yaa a Una to the Belief and AM So
ciety. They 'alwaya remember the
"Tea," retorted Jfce nendieaat,
beekief awey, "they remember them
too darned welL I tol' 'em two CU
ferent stories la two weeks, an' whom
I toT 'em the second they remem
bered all about tha first." Chleeffo
. Kaak Herear.
"Don't talk f me," aald Uncle
Eph'm, " bot hoaa ahoea bein' a ilgm
o' lock. A hoaa shoe la de onluckieet
obltck in de world. Hit caln't Bereft
make bot ends meet." Chicago Trib
a(hla SaiaU Afeeat Blaa.
Mrs. Benedict It will coat juit twice
aa much If I go on a riait to mother aa
If ahe came here. ,
Benedict Paha wt You know, my
dear, I'm never atingy about a thing of
this kind. Town Topics. ;
' Wields A Sharp Ax.
Millions marvel at the multitude
of maladies cut off by Jh. King's
New Life Pills-the most distressing
too. Stomach, Liver and Bowel
troubles -Dyedepsla, Loss of Ap
petite. Joandice. Billiousness, fever,
Malaria, all fall before these wonder
workers. 25o by the Hiddlebo'-'h
rrr-Co Grrt'i.OTr-u&( ,
5 V-.'' --
Mrs W. Y. AlcGIauglin and
Mrs. James Peter arrived home
Friday from their visit iu Blair
County lart week and reported a
good time and well -vorth all ex
penses. Mrs. Amnion Mover spent la t
Saturday with some of her Lowell
Levi Treaster aod Vn. Gift are
visiting frisnds in Union County
and expect to be gone a few weeks.
Daniel II. Ti caster is suflenne
from the bruises he got while work
ing at Manbeck s barn iu Spring
twp. The scaffold hooks slipped
from the roof and he fell about 20
Emauuel Peter of Crosserove
made a business trip to Lewistown
Viola Steely had a visitor last
week by the name of mumps and
was not sorry after they left.
James Steel y was employed last
week in Spring twp. assisting Geo.
Showers in painting.
Some parties are talking already
here of taking in the show at Lewis
town May 14th.
Small pigs from four to five
weeks old are selling from four' to
five dollars per pair here and scarce
at that price. That is considered
dirt cheap by the seller.
Beware of Ointments tor CaUrrh that
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely de
range the whole system when enter
ing through the muous surfaces, such
articles should never be used except
on prescriptions from reputable phy
sician, as the damage they will do is
ten fold to the good you canposaib
ly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
& Co., Toledo, O., contains no mer
cury, and is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucus
surfaces of the system. In buying
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get
the genuine. It is taken internally,
and made in Toledo. Ohio, bv F. J.
Cheney A do. Testimonials free.
Sold by Druggists, 76c
Hall's Family Pills are the best. .
, Miss Sallie Arnold is visiting her
brother, Edwin, and family at Slut-
mokin this week. ,
Miss Isora Bingaman left for
Washington where she will spend
several months with relatives.
Thomas Eby and son spent Sun
day with her daughter, Mrs.' Isaac
Miss Lene Bingaman and grand
ma, Mrs. Housewortn, were to
Georgetown between trains Satur
day. - .
Harry Mullner and wife of Sun-
bury mingled with friends for a few
hours one day last week. -
Jno. Charles and Daniel Boats
went to ML Union Fridiiy, where
they have secured employment.
Levi Bobner, Harry Neitx and
Andrew Herrold are working at
Miss Lena Bingaman spent sev
eral hours at Herndon' Saturday.'
Sure enough. Tba sadden rise
of the Susquehanna, which Aucker
predicted, did coma Saturday when
Harve's best girl left. . Dry your
tears, my boy; she will come again.
T Master Reno Herrold spent about
a week witi her aunt, lira. Elba
Newman, at Chapman, while his
mother was' visiting Mrs. Will
Freedman, nee Eva Bice, at Sun-
.- Miss Mayme Martin will retun
home this week after haying spent
several weeks very pleasantly with
her mother and sisters at Wilkes-
. Miss Maggie Attinger. who wa
was employed at Lewisburg, return
ed home Monday. .
Chas. Neitz, wife, daughter and
his mother-in-law, Mrs. Annie
Lenig, were to Sunbury over Sun
H. F. Charles and wife entertain
ed their son, Edwin and family,
County Treasurer Smith and daugh
ter, Bessie, Ida Mover of MiddleJ
burg, daughter, Jennie, of-Shamo
kin, daughter, Mrs. Wm. Brubaker
and child of Sunbury and George
Strawser and wife of Selinsgrove
Harry Boyer, one of our old
chums, who now resides at Selins
grove, passed through onr town last
Friday. . ' . V-
C. W. Strpfit spent several days
at home after which he returned to
f'inb"ry( bis f fw-. ta fv
Miss Bvlya Mono write tmm 6SI Adum Strtet, MlaaeapollM, Mian., as
"f uftterta tor atariy tan years with catarrh of tb ttomach which no
ttoikint aaamad to relieve, until a friend aoVaeo mo to try Porunm. Although
tkoptlenl, I trkd it, and found It helped mo within the tint woek. I kept tak
ing It tor three montht, nnd am pleased to nay that It cured mo entirely, and I
hare had mo eymptonu of Ita return, f am only too glad to recommend it "
Adla Brlttaln, of Sekltan, O., wrlteit
"After Ming your wonderful Parana
three month, I hare had great relief.
I had continual hearlneaa In my itom
aeh, was bllloni, and had fainting ipella,
bat they all have left me since oalng
Peruaa, I can now get around and do
my housework, and think Perana the
greatest medicine I ever used." Adla
; Mm Utile Blevins, 102 Boliver street,
Cleveland, Ohio, writes :
" candidly feel Perana was the means
' - McCLURE.
The West Beaver district Sunday
School Association assembled at St
Paul's church in West Beaver, on
Saturday last and held their regular
quarterly Convention. The pro
gram as had been prepared by the
committee was ably discussed. The
attendance being good, all went a-
way well pleased, there being an
afternoon and evening session.
Citxt convention on July 19, next.
Dr. J. W. Mitchel accompanied
Mrs. Thos. Marks to the hospital
atPhila. to have a cancer removed
with which she is affected.
Merchant H. Calvin Ulsh made
up his mind he was not afraid of
small pox after, all as we had re
ported last week, also went to Phils,
to lay in a stock of goods. McClure
needs goods, as we do not think there
is another town in the county
of its sise that has a better merchan-
tile trade. If you do not believe it
consult the merchantile appraiser.
Ner B. Middleawatth and wife at
tended 'the funeral of Daniel 8nook
at Beavaatown Sunday.
: A fcfant child of Wm. H. Peters
was buried 8unday. .
' Howard A; .Ulsh and wife were
to Hjokorj Corner recently. .- .
John Felkersold his fine driving
kirs L L Manbeck of Adams-
olf ,.-' ; '. ' '
; Caterpillars by tha nullioas are
coming. ' What has become of Prof.
Smith, ""who bad predicted .there
would be none this year? We are
At last the shirt factory started
up Tuesday. The old saying is a
bad beginning makes' a good ending.
We hope it will come true in this
case. , ' The citizens certainly deserve
credit for the assistance rendered,
and the fine building erected for the
- The Qrea Oliatl Swaeap
Of Virginia ia a breeding ground
of Malaria germs. So is low, wet or
marshy ground everywhere, These
germs, cause weakness, chills and
lever, aches in the bones and muscles
asd may induce dangerous maladies.
Bat Electric Bitters never fall to
destroy them and cure malarial
troubles. They will surely prevent
typhoid. "We tried many rem
edies for Malaria ind Stomach and
Iavar troubles," writes John Charles
ton, of Byersville. 0 "but never
found anything as good as Electrio
BUtery Try them. Only 60c.
Tba Uiddleburg Drug Co., Gray-
till, r-yxan and Co., Bichfleld, Fa.
of saying my life, for I suffered for
months from catarrh of the stomach.
Two bottles of Peruaa cured me." Mrs
If yon do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Feruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, glring a
full statement of yoer case and he will
be pleased to give yon his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
There once was a Ud In Crum Lysne
Who wore a perpetual grynne.
"It Is stranie," his (rlendt Uuf bed,
"But perhaps the boy's dauched."
And no doubt they were quite rtfhl
A CAl'RB OP TROIBLB.
"Did yon see where a scientist says
that the principle of life la electro
dynamic t" aaked the-giddy jonng fe
male. MI euppoeev that ' explains all
about the epark of loee and the sur
real of affection.'!
"Yea,''' aneweaed M tha confirmed
bachelor, "aadv it .explelae why the
wires are crossed when people get
married." Cincinnati Enquirer.
. .. .Psetotleal ASTteev
Teur eTsrahoes." the doctor cried;
' Do not forest the same;
For be who a-ets cold feet, Is like
' To suit lUe's busy gaate.
' Waehlnftoci Star. 'r
' ' - Tlaaelri
A lady, recently retarned from En
rope, while entertaining a party of
friende with descriptions of the won
derful things she had Been abroad,
mentioned the clock at Stracburg.
One young lady thereupon remarked:
"Oh, yee; I hare JtearC all about
that; and did yon eee the watch oa
the Bhine, too?" If. Ti Times.
ra Will Bar It.
McJigirer Uedley la In a fair way to
mate a fortune. "
Thingumbob How? "
' McJIgges He has invented a toy
bank that will not open for the chil
dren, but coughs up carfare to their
papas without any trouble at all.
Philadelphia Press. j.
;'I never pretend," said Col. Stil
well, "that I take alcoholic beverages
for medicinal purposes."
"The subterfuge is sometimes in
dulged in." t
"It would not do for me. It would
create the impression that I am a
chronic Invalid." Washington Star.
Mrs. Latto How did Mrs. Iiilkins
ever get the reputation for" being
auch a bore? '
Mrs. Barkey She tried the experi
ment of making it a point never to
THE SPRING LINE.
Brussels Oarpe 45, CO, 6S,7
VelTet Carpets, 75 and $1
Axminstcr carpets,1.15 & 1-25
Ingrain Carpets, 25 to 75
Lace & Portiere
Skirts & Jackets
SUITS $3 TO $20.
SILKS, - SATINS,
SMMMER WASH GOOD8.
A Seerr tcheaeev.
"Smith tried to make his wife
adopt sensible skirts by telling her
that all the doctors agree that per
petually holding up the skirt makea
the hands large and bony and tha
"By Georgel wait till I get home,
and I'll tell But aay, how did it
"Well, he save it costs him about
five times as much for his wires
clothes as it did before he told her
The deuce! How'e that?"
"Her akirte wear out quicker, drag
ging on the pavements. Town Ton
hetd Ttsao e Grew.
Jones Where on earth did you get
that gray beard, yon didn't have any
when I saw yon yesterday ?
Brown Oh, that's all right. I've
been shopping and waited for tha
change. N. Y. Times.
Customer I understand that your
chef has been discharged.
Waiter Yes, sir. lie has gone to a
place where they call him a cook.
Why He Is ftatuaed.
Godfrey Doesn't Whackster ever
get tlfed of his wife's continued sulk
Iness and ill-temper?
Scorjel I think not. When uho la
good naturcd she sings. Tit-Bits.
CASTOR I A
Per Infants and Children.
Tit! Kind You Hare Always Bought:
Bears tha rff .yJffl.