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W" HKRF.AH tha Hoi. tUrotd M. MeOaw
taasn?4 ol tha coanttM el SniiT, and
nT and IV F. ad, . rlw-
btfllar. r- AmutMU Jd. la aa ay
MiMiilT.tonlaMi Ulr irsKWrO. waJ1a
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Btmtr u4 Coart - Uwui al
la Pn, at MM.IIl-nti. 1. th eoaa'J ol
Si at Jam ! "' ?M,
jutlM n Uw-Kfl aatat.jr ' ' 1".
m, al U Paws d ablai Ja Sad
Jm-l.n am-aty ol Saydar, la apaa.s tkr
?? rui wlih tblr roll, raeurda. .aqalsl
us smtrmnoni' and ataar ! rrBf
In dlr ie thinirt whloh al their oHlea aad la
tbwriwhall rtl to bo doaa aad -wltDMiaf
nd pennpro-otliniB banal! of the lm
saat-ftlih evalnntenr pereoo or poon ore to.
aet.l tu t theo and there attending and da
Jaffnt withoot lee re a thetrpeMl. Joatteot
an re inerted to be puaetuat la theltattaodaDoe
at ita appointed time airroojbl to aotlra.
Olvim under mj hn ' seal at t!i fhorUT
MS-e In Mlddlrtunrh. tho .h day ot April
jury List. "
tm nt hraad Jurors drawn tor the Ojurt ot
o"? TeTSnnd neral Sail jJelKery
2d wirt of oiiarter sessions ot the Peieo of
WrXel, Jlin It - UPOier.
anile v, Jeltemoii. farmer.
Tnvi; Mn, V utlemmi,
Jirruuin Win. farms r.
Jwnn. Il-nry 0 . 1rn.er,
wil Inin, coartitniiker,
llancmifrei-r. Ail n. f utuer.
Kiei--r, Jf'lin. inol;kit'per,
ijwM i, Ai'iuliitm. I.irni-T,
HMilleswarlh. K. E . merchant.
Taill' r, .loini II.. ir'iil.
Krh'li, John, lalmrt r.
tlomi;;, Wlllltm. irenlloman,
him li. li'ier, miller.
mrlK."le. Amnion, lu'Mirer,
jthHi"! . l o'er, l.iruier,
nlih. ."'ftiiik. lintoUer.
tiDaiiiliiuMi. ll'iii, lnborer.
TTi xIrr, Hiirry II- luruier,
Vl all.-i, Miiinon W.. luliorer.
Wain r. Jeremliih, farmer,
TcaKi ! , S'iiioii. Keuilemiui,
1J' of Mtt J'lrorn drawn tor th fourt of
Omiluoii Pli'iia, tJiltr ci uimrwr missniiis i pin
fvni'" f.viri 01 1 H er and Terminer and lieneml
Jail n-l(veryt wiyder I'ouniy, ueia as
June Ttiu, comiiietirlng June , wtt
Anp. f., fnrmr.
Aui-ker, J. Pt. farmer,
Henuer, Henry J , 'uel)gr.iwcr,
HeaTiir. Joepn, lalMirer,
Ulllharrtt, pnul. teiiclier,
nirinan, K. P., laborer,
Btnifiiman, J. K , farui' r.
fciito. Pilar s, cnrp- Dter,
Burn r. .'ulii'.Poiifeciloner.
E'wnhuit. I lima, farmer,
14rh, Mos.s, farmer,
lliilnes. James, raimer,
Hannnii, New ton. farmer,
Murtmtin Henry. frmer,
llerrolil, T. A., teaeher
MoriilieryiT, J. ., J.P.
Hiitmut I. .! lin f.irmi r.
liiinini l. Allison, J. P..
Haunuutii. Jolui. furiiier,
KeaaiiT, H. , lalmrer.
Kooiih, rtinon, farmer,
itran.ei, Allen T., tnrnicr,
Xta:"r, Peter, farmer,
.'.HiiitenMlai'er, Irwin, co.ildealr,
1"V. Joeph, farmer ,
-Xar'ln. William, criciiter,
JlMer, ih'nry, farmer.
Jjpwrv, Henry, tanner,
Jluxser, Kiemenl, fanner,
WMliiuer, Alien, T farmer,
Watt, Jamei, farmer,
SKit, Miimnii, farmer,
finder, tillver, farmer,
atie.try, A. Il teaelier,
Kchnen, AllKTl. (ri'nlleinnn,
fioiUi, Wellinifton, faruier,
ei ler ,T. A., leaclier.
j iA' thrtt
sifliu. KJid'v farmer.
2er w...ltJ I if'
WnMimarr, O.wrire, mere
Woiima', Heiwvllln, sawy
TVaifnei, Joseph, larmer.
TTaKner, Henry M., laborer,
Wanner, I 1 1., farmer,
wndt, l) mlel, fnrnier,
niter, Howard A., cler!:,
w Htier, t'liarles, laborer,
i'dinmn, E mer, thresher.
OKlilSTKICS NOTICES. Notice l.-.h ! hvglv.
J,, en mat the following nnmed p.'is.ii,'hav
?aied their Administrators', uiiradlnn. mid Ki
eiitors' aeeounta Inthn K-gtster'sonU'eof Suy.
r l oiihty. and the same will be presented for
3rnnrnmtlnn nnd allowance at the Court House
a Mltldletiiin.'h, Monday, .lime 2nd, ltfttt.
I. Flint and nnal account of Ere (I 111. aOmlids.
fij.r f the estate of!.:ia j udl, lute ol Fiiuik
ao Iwp., Ueoenscd.
1 riral account nf ir-nry Drown, cinrdinn of
live) Dielil, it mlnur clil'd ol ,)( a pu Ulelil, laic
t V'usliinm in twp., d cenanl.
4 MiT-rand final BCCiiunt nf Alfred 8;eelit
tnitiiee ol I lie estate ut Samuel Fall, late of
.H aver I vp , deceased,
I. F.r.si ard final account nf Etnnin J. Me e
And i rce x. Krdiey, execmoniof the lu-,t will
Mid u-Hiiuient ul lleury lobeil Erdley, late ol
Ji'tin I'vp,, deceased.
5. Fl-st nn'l fln:il account of I,lle f s.mer
lin nl- tratrlx of Ihe csin'o ot fhai'l-s Muer
S MliMiecrei k Iwp., deocaseil. '
F'r tind Una! account oiWm. I. lin-enlne
iiiH'.lralor of the esti.te of Kickn-1 lircu
iim. laivul Hcaverioivn, deccascu.
f. First and llniil account of J. o. Ilm nhercer
Hiuliitstr.itMr nud iitlnrnev-lu-faei of .l iooll
SiM J i.ile .if West IVrry lwp ilece.us.'d.
s. rn t rnd flnnl nccounf of J. H irnhnr.
?"., uiiii-.tnlsirator of the estate of I. vl Cuivd
JBlitl lvrry iwp.. deceased.
Fit -r n-.il fins! sccount nf V. V. Ilettrick
atvlulstratorof the estate ot tmulel Jl.-tf rick'
i ot M Jtir'w I wp., dcceiiscd. '
'Jt. r.T l nnd final a 'count of John V. Wpten-tot.-,
e.teeutorof the lust wil and lestatnei t ot
AaibA. lilu'.rien, latent Franklin twp., deeM,
A F!r-t nud P.tinil neeotint or O'aarlei w'
".tirlsi, n lin'iilst-raior of Hie nslut' of Wllll lin
tlirNt, iu- t Selln.-igrjve, d -c vne I.
K. KI. nid final nc.'omit of Klwurd ! Kline
jiiaiiiiiMr:.t-ir ot tue estate of I,eI Kilr.e lale
sc cmi. l.e.tver twp,, decruscd. '
Vlrst nnd flnnl nccount ot Isane Welnnd.
dinbi :i tutor nf the estate r.f Elvina Kaufman
e ot s-j-rtin; townahl p , iKceased. '
14. first and final account nf Eri S:ni;li. n-1-
K'r;iinr of thn estate of James S. sunn
itt c( lii iut Iwp., deceased.
1 fin a nl llnal neeotint of .1. . Yrffer
0'-il!.in ol mi Melser. n.iw Kl!rn Fl-ii r. e.
Mawircuiid or jjtepn .Moiscr, late nt ciiapnnn
ttp., i '"censed.
ft. vt--.t:iti l final acenint. of o. E. n-:ii.-n.)rl
ra-iM- T oi ihu esta'e of A n-lU U iver, l.we of
fli-,-i n.', deceased,
rrsi and final aceiunt nf It. c. n 1 nl-
rutor ortlmestute of K:t.alieth M i-l iuu
4" of .Mutipic iwp., deceased.
m r.rsf and flnnl account, of David J. Kller
Hi'iiinl-iraierof thn estate of Jacob F. Keller
itfeol .selliiMtfrove, di ceased.
. s:rHf rnl nnal account of Wllllnin E
Viia-cvortlt, Hduilnlstra or of the cs'ato ol
icuv-ai-et 1). Moyer, late of H-.-llnsjfrovo, dee'd.
1". First nnd final neeotint of ft i rah Strouse
nninivrntrix of the estate ot Ellas Strouse!
aw ol M juroe twp., deceased.
n. F'r-t and final neeonnt of O. Mllrnn n-n
SNiitnr of ihe hist will nnd testament of Sarah
imrtrn, laic oi .uorroe lwp.,Hcceas -d.
IS Vlrf at a final account- of ,T. v.. Dukelcs.
noiiirini roi i lie estate on. n. icar, late ol
.nrui; twp., dec;aed.
J. H. Wiu.i., Iteglstcr.
JHIcbnt,-ti, Pa., Maj s, vm.
IT TTOH'S NOTICB.-Notlce Is hereby
;iven that letters testamentary upon the
le of Harriet Frantx. late of Franklin town.
-ifcra, Mnvder County, l'a deceased, have
Wrn Issued in due form of law to the under
nrwl. to vvliimi all indebted to said state
atsseld make immodiate payment and those
Janrin? claims against it should present them
dtfy authenticated lor settlement.
11. J. DUC K, Executor.
ifj-EstFT. nrwiTT Ti.nr.r, bhis
asaxHF.V. PRANK UE'VITT TALMAUK and
awlate editors of f'hii.tlan Herald. Only
Aak sndorsed by Talmai-e familv. Knormoas
stt for agente who act quickly. Outfit ten
arars: Write Immediately Siark V Vt., I'll
Sin St., Pblls., Fa. Mention the Post.
rrnDtW8,APPRAIMlTTB. fOtVaier- Tfct aB1patifl l WOamM aOta
- T th toOowtBr -widow Ap. TplelST7 Thm In bo iwd of mltlnc foi
prJMenia uodr tin- 0ae law. aare oer llicl , r '
wiu Um Clerk at u vriaaaOoart otlUurdiw ' m.. v. any Ntvrnl trm
oooarj par ooanrmaiwa J aaa jm. lsox i
1. Appralsemept of Haasah Hatwr. Mo-it
kip. tMaUM. ejected l b UkM modMT Wf
eerurd.lobiakea Oaddr tatJUW eartnjruoe
5. Appralserantof Mtrvaret Bltirer.
of Joel Bibor. UU ot atlddlecreek twp rtec".!
elected to bo tkoo aadnr (be jct) nxetupttoa.
. Appraisement of Polly Btrayer, widow of
Joho SlTeyer. law of Waauloirton Iwp , dee'd,
alee ed to be taken under thtj uo exemption
T. Apprnlvraent of Mossle Lin(f, widow o
Oeorve W. Loni;. lata of Pelinetfmv decxaied'
elected to be taken nnder the 30J extmptlon
I Appraisement nf KrirtVth 8-vwh'iltx,
widow of Beulaiiilo Beesholiz. lata ofchapinia
twp., deceased, elected to be taken uutler llm
3u0 exempUun law.
O. M. BHIND2U Clerk O.V.
MiitdlPbuivh. P., Mays. Ii2. (
OrdinancR No. 35 '
t-V-S ""n?! 'lwia fee or tax oaall
Telephone and Teleirrann po'ea.
He II enauled by the Chief Rrg.g and Town
Couoell of the bprpugli ol Middehureh. Pene,
i . hereby enacted by authority
Ol eDO VavltlO a
Btoio!I I. Thai a license fee or U of one.
dollar peranrmm for each pole is hereby itt
rort on all telephone and telegraph poles
which are set up. or which may hereafter beeet
uo. upon or at the aide of any rtre-l or alley In
the iNirough; n,l,i nse fee or tax for the flr-t
Tear hi he due and payable to the borough
esaoonasthl.ordluanooeliall have become a
HatTKmi. If any person or peraone, corpora
iinn orcor)oratioiis, or anycoiupuny or aeso-
f . ?," "'''". "hall m-gleet or refuse to pay
said license ee or lax tor each pole owned, Unw
ed or controlled and eni'iraced in Section 1 of
this ordinance for period of thirty days after
Hie nine shall he due the borough, then suit
sonie DO,,,,, by le borough to recover the
Passml at a regular meeting of Town Council
sy o, 10 ri
II). A, KKHN.
... , President of Town Council.
C. STETf.Elt, l rnd"'"
Beer, tary of Town Counoll.
Approved thia aixtil of May, A. I), 1902.
v .1. P. STKTI.KIt,
ADMlNlSTKATOtfrt tfonc'JS Let
ters of Administration in the
jstale oMohn M. Hackenburg, late of Adam
twp.,Siiyler( 'o. P., doc-d. having been granted
to the undersigned, all persons knowing them.
elves lndeltd to said esuitnare requested to
'-Kkeliuiiiediata payment, while those having
J.ilins will present them duly authenticated to
mM NATHAN HACKiNBUKO,
il"? . A.lininiBtrator, C. f. A.
Ibmdore, Pa., Fob. ft, ignx,..
M. 1 Vottcr, Ally,
CXKCUTKIX'S NOTI'E.Notlce Is hereby
, given that letters testamentury upon the es
tate of Ueorgo Campbell, lale of L'uion town
ship, Snyder Co., I'a., dee'd, have bn issued
'm' ,:'rin1of ,nT to undersigned, to whom
all indchtud to said elate should make Imine
diate pavment and those havliig(lams agaiusk
it should nrceont them duly authenticated for
. . W. CAMPBRI.L, Executor.
Wataontown, Pa-, March U, 1902.
In re awlgned estate of
Klluhcth A. Knrner,
r:"'ei. buiini-na as
Not'' ' Hereby g,
aitent. of est Perry to
OI1IIA. I n uxr. airent.
ven that Elisabeth A.
agent, of est Perry township. Mnvder county'
nees as John A. iinrner.
Pennsylvania, has made an alignment of all
her property and effocts, for the benefit o her
cieditors to the undersigned.
i T1hJ' Persons knowing themoclres to he
Indebted to said estate are requested to make
immediate psyment, and those having claims
will present them d ul y ant henticated for sett) a
JAY O. WK1SEU. Atty.
Sliorifl's Salo of Life Interest in
Hy virtue of a writ of Ven Ex. awarded by
the l.ourt of Common I'leas of Snvder Cnuntv
I'a , and ti medirectcd I will srll'nt puhllcsi'l
at the court house In Midilloburg, Pa., on
Saturday, May 21, 1902
at I2:M o'clock P. M a certain life lu'erost or
courtesy of W illhtm Martin, in a csrtnin tract of
land or real estate situaie In Jacksfn township
Snyder t ounty. Pu.. hounded as follows: Ad
joining lands of (Imrles Miller on the enst, on
the north hy hinds of Joseph. Kwingand I'cnn
creek, on the west by Ian, In of s. K. Uennernnd
iintlicsouthliytliopiibller.mil, containing W
acres, more or less, whereon are erei-ted a
FRAME DWELLING IIOFHE, ttAHI'ENTEIt
SHOP, HAItV, l'l( i'KN, apple trees, peach
trees grapus and ul-o a well of good water near
Seised taken into execution and to be sold as
Ihe life Interest of William Martin in tno above
stnted real estute-
s fi. V ROW. SherliT
jjlierifTs Ofll-e. Mlddlelmrgli, !' , Aprils , 1003.
Slierid's Sale of
Hy virtue of cat tain writ or Fieri Facias, is
sue I nut nf ttits Co-irt or , n n-ni Picas of say
der county, I'a., ami dlreete I to me, I will sell
at public salo nt the. court house, Midilloburg on
Saturday, May 1 7th, 1002
at I;.'..)) o-elook P. M., tho f dlowing described
real estate to wit :
all tliat certain fn'm or .a-t nf Ia-d aituate
in West I'erry tovfnsliip, Snyder county, Pa
bounded on the north be liiu ls ol Jonathan
Woninor. on the west by lauds of Jacob Hen
ner s etate, on the cast by lands of F .M
MontelliiB, snd on the south hv lands of F m'
Montelliis, conbtiiiing l Ai'KKS, more or le-s,
of which atiout 4a acres are cleared and the
balance is timhcrlnnd, whereon are ere -ted a
nit i.NTY U:K and I'L'MP IHM'SK cnmhlnod
and a well, of good wator, BANK HA U.N and
I'll, STAUl.K, an npplo urchanl nud peach or
chard of about :ins trees, about 7n0 of them are
In bearing condition and a lot of other fruit
pears, cherries, plums and grnucs,
Hclzed, taken Into execution and to be Sold
as the property of Ounlul llenner.
(1. W. Iti) ,V. Sheriff,
Sheriff's Odlce, Middleburg, April Jl, 1902.
Notice is hereby jrlv-n tbafiin application
will ho made to tho (luvernar of Pennsylvania
on the 12th day of .Vlav. l!ir, ,y . J.yons
iV,iuM,;i.'i,',' Jol,n M: lirvU u- Treon and
J.K. MeWllhama. under tho Act of Assembly
entitled, "An act to provide for the Incoroora
tlon and regulation of certain C'orpiratiuns "
approved April 19, K4, and the supplements
thereto, for ihe charter of an Intended corpora
tion to be enlluil ".Siinl.ury Uridire Company"
the charactor and objm-t of which la the erect
inir, constructing nnd innintlnlnir the bridge
and approaches thereto across the Susqiie
hunna Kivernt or near Suuhury, I'a., and for
these purposes to hae, noscsa and enjoy
all the rights. Iwnelits nnd privileges of aaid
tctof Assembly and supplements thereto.
J K. Mi WILLIAMS, Solicitor.
In re-estate of Oeorge I In the Orpl
htslcr, lnt of lh-arer I Court nf Nn
twp.HnyderCo., I'a, founty, pe
The underslBned auditor appo'nted hv the
Vir. tP. V0,,r.,0'.t;""ler bounty. Penna, to
distribute the fund In the hsnds of A. . Wetiol
and James H. lllnimiiian, atecutors of the last
will and testare.nl ol said decedent will sit
for tbe pnrnose of bis appo'ntment at the offlca
of Jay Q. W eiser. In the borough of Middle
burg, Pa., on Friday. Mar aa. 11WJ. nt 9 nVlook-.
sa eaeaiDuoa auav . i t
1 AppraMameatof'alary !,' wtamr o. " pfonuBciamnt fNatt ' lawtafcrs'eoiir.
JweitoW rUMjr rd lijTeiaiiia 'i-fj aunaao.uoama nH , JJoqlratTUBtai . they're rolnf 'to
'f.".y 'J . 4 rotat" ittliMaSae) Jof bu ttore ireeie JvWBrookljiiXife. , 1.
electadto-bataloaBBear.Ueaarrtain J .2-? i.
. L V'f -4 1 '.SlK'iaaaTA1MaaW
JnlkH UB4n. lAtAtnf VMTf twit - - - " i ' . . ..
cvrunw. waiter, law oi uratrrxwn . aA-eeMMt. r t-aevraTe woraa. jroaa nn ir-ei
be presented or be forever thereafter debarred
from coming ia or claiming apart of said fund,
umi. A. W. POTTKK, A uditor. -
Middlobtirg, pa., April , lm.
the bcar airt j.
MM., ,hih fa bmImI til rtl. Iti
ff.,l hae liitla ehlcWn teral at
i at -I m arw
tpyijaoitie and sSafTinalttrallBe Qrtbg
from my flock. The man I marry must
think much as I do of Use Poultry.
ana x win wan tin a can una a man
who has liner chickens than mine.''
rjrarely spoken. Hose liay. - The raan
who doesa't know how to breed better
buff cochins and leghorns than jou It
not worthy of your hand. A man who
can't raise chickens in hardly the man
to be Intrusted with the responsibility
of raising a family or providing for a
wife. . It seems, according to the Chi
cago Record-Henold, that Mist Hay of
fered to marry the man who won the
most prizes ot the state poultry show.
The largest number of prizes was car
ried off by a firm of poultry breeders,
the members of which were already
married. It was suggested that she
should marry the. next best winner or
make a choice from among the former
boys who had tried to capture prizes.
She vigorously demurred. The. twen
tieth century girl will have the prize
winner or none. Mies Kay will go hoick
to her fine blooded Plymouth rocks
and wait for the next state -poultry
show. ... . . ,V , i
roster collecting, according to the
newsdealers, has died out almost com-
Th. Poster Craae P,ete,y ln the
year or two. Four
D,l oot. or flve years-ago,
when the fad was at its height, a num
ber of worthless magazines were start
ed on the strength of the posters which
were made to advertise them. Several
of the magazines havs survived, and so
have some of their posters. The most
voracious of the poster collectors were
college students, many of whom plas
tered not only the walls but the ceil
ings of their.roonis with gaudy, staring
Beardcsleyesque prints. Now even in
the college rooms the fad has losi fa
vor. Tosters as a rule, however, are
made better now than they were, not
only In plan, but in execution. The
newsdealers bless the lapse of the
craze because they can now keep at
tractive posters in their windows.
The words "has introduced a bill in
congress" applied to a senator or rep
resentative,' usually sounds
I - - i . r W . ' - ' 1 K
larger than their ordinary meaningl' vu" w"
t v,. . ,r BtualleBt extent; be has but one re-
warrants. In order property to estl- gort ,eft namely the drujr. treat. j
mate the value of the introduction of merit." Wben medicines are nsed j
a bill one must remember that of 12,- for cbronio constipation, tbe most j
000 or 13,000 measures Introduced a few
hundred onlv are naKsed. As for urn-
nosed amendments t tha con.Mtntlon
the infant mortality among them is
appaling. Each year congress sees a
score or more of proposals for a 'six-j
teenth amendment to the constitu
tion." We shall doubtless some tlmt
have such a thing; yet three amend
ments, all of w hich were consequences
of a great civil war, represent the only
changes made in the constitution since
the presidency of Thomas Jefferson.
The congressional committee on re
vision of the laws has decided that the!
United States "is," not "are," and the'
singular form will be used in the new
edition of the federal statutes soon to
be published. This grammatical de
cision but records the usage of tht
best speakers and writers of English
to-day and recognizes an accomplished
historic fact. "Are," says the Chicago
Inter Ocean, w ill remain in the consti
tution as an interesting memorial of
nntiquity, but hereafter will always be
read "is," as it has been from the be
ginning by all Americans who trulj
comprehend the meaning of "Tht;
Talking of canals, says the Troy (N
Y.) Times, last year's trafllc at Sault
Ste. Marie was three times that which
pnssed through the Suez waterway.
And 00 per cent, of the business wat
done on the American side, the other
ten going through the Canadian locks.
When other nations are talking oi
their commerce they should not forget
that our internal trade beats their
transactions out of sight.
According to the Louisiana Press
a Macon man scared the burglars away
from his store by leveling the glitter
ing barrel of a screwdriver at them
and ordering them to throw up their
hands. This is -another instance of the
triumph of mind over matter. '
A young woman now declares that
she writes romances in her sleep- The
Washington Star thinks that a great
many works of fiction read as if the
had been evolved in a state of semi
One of the really delicious moment
ot life, imagines the Philadelphia Sat
urday Evening Post, is when twd peo
fle minding Other people's business
run into each other's affairs.
, A Michigan scientist has made the
, Interesting discovery that the soul
Is located ln the spine. Alas for tht
, Baalavaa TfroaiBlw,
Knlckar" What makes the office boy
Bocker ThirJca'T they'je going to
mVeaia. ' $ " '
,. Knkker Well, whj la the junior
y said tK aiYroadNfB.
era fsi.w W-? - . sj
Had Are in his
his eye, did hr said
. ."Nex thing; to.lt,
Ton, 'Ethel!" 1 ' " ' 1 ' 1
- aa aaTaWaks.. avaam ltaJ . v . -t - c -
"Well, papat"- " :
' "Tell that young mam just because
he calls himself a 'literary light' Is
no treason why the gwa should b
turned down in the parlor." Chicago
Dolly News. v V-r-
Why He Hetnraea.
"Did you come back for aornething
yon forgot?" aisked Mrs. Darley, when
her husband returned to the house a
few minutes after leaving.
"No, my dear," replied he,' "I came
bnck for something I remembered."
Another Version. - '
To believers In old axioms.
Let It now be understood,
; It Isn't that the good die young, '
But- that the young die good.
Chicago Dally News.
Jl'ST At SHE LIKE!.
D'yo' want me to hof-
ter holler tnuhsef black in de face 7o
yo' ftnswers?" Chicago American. .
Drawlnar the Llae.
Now as to the name of the garment,
There Is one unerring test.
If It costs live plunks 'tis a walirtcoat;
If lesa than that, a vest,
Won't Follow Ad vice after Paying for It
In a recent article prominent
physician says, "It ia next to im
rjoBsible for the DbTMcian to s-.t
Ptf6ntii to carry out prescribed
fourse oi nygiene or aioi to tue
mild and gentle obtainaoie, such as
Chamberlain's tomacb St Liver
Tablet8, Bboultl be employed
use is not followed by constipation
as tbey leave tbe bowels in a natural
and benltby condition. For sale by
Middleburg Drug Co.
Many a man who is summoned as a
juror magnifies the strength of his
opinion for the sake of avoiding jury
service and others, too conscientious to
shirk a duty, do the seme thingin order
that there may he no mistake as to
their fitness. Consequently, says the
New Orleans Ticayune, it not infre
quently happens that the best qualified
men are excused from the jury box,
while those too Ignorant to understand
the significance of testimony or too in
different to be really trustworthy take
Apropos of the attack made by a bull
dog upon a little girl in Tort Chester,
X. Y., we are reminded, Mys the Xew
York Herald, that a few drops of am
monia or a little red pepper dropped
upon o dog's nose will make him at
ouce release his hold. This is . 0od
thing to keepln mind.
No Lows of Time.
I have sold CLnmbcrlnlu's Colic.
Cholera nnd Diirrhoea Knraedy for
yenrs, and would rutbir be out of
ccltee art a Riiprar ttmn it. 1 sold hve
botiles of it yesterday to threshers
that could ro no further, and they
are at work ncain this root rung- U
It. 1 helps, Plymouth, Oklnkoma. As
will be seen by tne above tbe t nresn
ers were nble to keen on wib. their
work without lotlntr a sirele day's
time. You should keep a bottle of
this remedy in your home. Jb or sale
by Middleburg Drug Co.
A finely educated prisoner has just
been pardoned by Gov. Nash, of Ohio,
after having served all but three weeks
of a three years' sentence for grand
larceny. lie is a Syrian, speaks 12
languages fluently, is a scholar of
many attainments, and, it is said, has
been an agent for the Turkish govern
ment at Cincinnati. However, his ec-
complishments did not keep him out of
debt, and he pawned two typewriters
which he had bought on the install
ment plan and, had practically paid
for. i "
Grots toaea CCC, Never sold la balk.
Bewail w stoaMerwhe trta to kB -
Xa i isUntical
BmiI sarliar Ks
V J says, and note
1 iJ I th ei'mnanVw
S- as s, W.MHSI
of your own
case. Write to
' ope for reply.'
U D. Palmer.
' an1 ITaVf ffatVU
BMIV T s SB) htVl
sorul corroboration of what is
here given. He says re girding
, ' Dr. .Miles' -
1 suffered agonizing pain In the left
breast and between niy shoulders from
heart trouble My heart would palpi- -Ute.
flutter, then skip beats, until I
could no longer lie in bed. Night after
night I walked the floor, for to lie down .
would hava meant sudden death, My
condition seemed slmost hopeless when
I began taking Dr. Miles' Heart Cure,
trot it helped me from the first Later
I took Dr. Miles' Nervine with the
Heart Cure and the effect was astoa
ishiag. I earnestly implore, similar suf
ferers to give these remedies a thai." .
Sold by all Druggists
Dr. Miles Medleal Co., Elkhart, Ind.
See the nnonncemrnt of The ltnner Distil
ItnaT t'o, Dayton. Ohio, which appears elsef
where In this Isene espiaininv their plan n
viipplyinK 'he consumer with four full quarts
of liaynor's Heven-Year Old Bye for S'.SO, ei
W. II. Sl'TI.ER, I'roprletor
418 Market SI., Harrlsburg Pa.,
(Opposite P. R. K, Ilepot Entrance)
' st alled for All Tmlnsxv
Rooms, 25 and 50c. dood Meala, 25c
Good acenmmodationa. If
All kiuks of scrap iron and ateet
purchacd in any quantity forsuol
4.17.4s. Mnnvllle. I'a.
0. U OWENS-
ATTORNEY As. LAW
OCB BrsCIALITT: rVBOBB, PA?
Collections and Reports.
References, First National Batik. Heartr?
Towns Ret rjscnted llellwood, Altoona. Holt!
Is Blfnatnro is on every box of tha tannine
Axative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
remedv tw tires cold In wsm daw
ItlKht In (he Swim.
"Well," he remarked, thoughtfully,
there are some disappointments and
drawbacks to my occupation, but it
is a satisfaction to know that I am
in the swim, as It were. Collecting
things is a regular fad just now. In
one line or another all the good peo
ple are doing it."
"And are you?" "
"Sure. I'm a bill collector." Chi
Yon can be cored of any form of tobacco usinr
e-istly, be made well, stronR, magnetic, full ot
new life and vigor by taking MO-TO-BAO,
that makes weak men strong. Manv earn
rinda in ten days. OVer BOOmOOf
All druggist. Cure esiaranim.d xtnrA
let and advice PKEB. Address STKRL1NL
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higk. opinion svsr young haAktat
j """SirTsTp la ncaanis v sua, city, e
says of him: "He has the artistic tt.
'persistent, the' sensitive soul of
poet suad painter. This shameful
aeeutioa of my family, therefore,
riis husband even more than itdoey
me. 1 fear it will make him ill."
Mr. Cook's idea of himself doe. jJ
-, jvm a now,
"I know (bat I am fascinating. Ji
women' iiave fallen In love with m-
wiaftlvtv ravefl ntr I ,.n,i ,
r J " - - i j. i
that, you know.! am yoang, htai
aome rarely magnetic, lull- of - kjJ
spirits and imagination, and hit.1
boundless ambitions. These qualitin I
with a splendid reputation aa an srtin
and the culture of a traveled masef
the world, make a remarkable cumhl.
nation of attraction." Xo wonder th I
old lady couldn't resist him.
"Almost every Important industrial
concern in the state is represented
here by some feminine relative of itt I
head," said a member of a southert
"federation ; to a visiting phiUJ
thropint. "Don't say that your mis-
-i i : l i I.
aiuii nun t laiioit - uciure . jruu niYt
talked to the women's clubs. There
may be southern men who don't care
a straw for labor questions, but there
are no southern men who don't care
a straw for. tbeir women-folks. Get
us; the men', will come along
Shrewder sociologists, who long ago
took this lesson to heart, have bees
known to compare a woman's club to
a tugboat which does not look verj
powerful, but when steam is up anil
hawsers are attached she can drag as
oceau liner. '"
' This Is a great democratic country,
but a man In London has made a small
fortune In tracing the pedigrees of
American millionaires back to the an
cient Saxon and Nodman nobility ot
Great Britain. Familiarity with worki
of heraldry makes the manufacture nf
coats of a rnisas easy as it is profitable.
It is an interesting fax-t, says the Phil
adelphia ltecord, that there is little of
this foolish genealogy hunting anion;
the numerous American descendants
of German immigrants.. . London ap
pears to be the only market for tin
supply of American pedigrees.
The American mule is recognized In
the British blue book as "the best
received from any source; a mag-'
nificent worker, keeping up the repu
tation he won, in oar civil war under
the pressure of much whipping aw! ;
Just at this season the weary house
holder begins to look forward with
eagerness to the halcyon days whenhe
can rest free for a time from the wor
ries of either keeping his furnace run
ning or his grass cut.
The end of the revolution in Central
America is announced. Does this re
fer, asks the Kansas City Journal, to
the rear end of one that is disappearing
or to the front end of the one that it
The east received 300,000,000 feet ot
lumber during the lust year by rail
from the Pacific coast.
Marconi ia confident that neither
wireless telegraphy nor narriage is a
In a Hennery.
Patron Give me some ground hog.
Walter What d'yer mean?
Patron Sausage. J udge.
To all our
kenpecked man who hat no backbone.
y i. V Var-
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