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A Family Journal, Deroted U Hew, Scieacc, Art, Political Ecaaauy aad Carreat Literalare.
Rates: Oat Dollar Per Aiaam, la Adraaca
MIDDLEBTTRGH SNYDER CO
Y PENKA. JULY 10 1902
WTl.l'Cirt LOCAL LAC0XIC8 jf
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I tie IIasinger r" DU,:lllJ
"i r- a !... M in
In f.tival on the churcli grove,
,p:iv evening, July 19-
Ln. John W. Hunkle nnd children
I jrs p. K. Unas and son, spent a
,t MiuMinburg last week, as the
.tn of Mrs. John Cmuntt.
L festival for tlie benefit of the Sun-
school will he held at balem next
irdnv evening. All are Invited.
v.Shcriir Defender, who has lieen
the sick li"t fr the post six weeks,
ire nleased to note made his ap-
Lince on the street again.
I'li..rt v ill he nreaching In the Ger-
u language at Globe Mills this com-
Sunday at 10 o'clock, by the pastor
hie Alumni Loan Fund of the Mill-
illc State Normal School Is kept in
.tnnt use aiding young persons to
Lili-te their Normal education.
)r. J. W. Orwig nnd wife and J. K.
i-ee and wife of Kreamer, helped
ke up a jolly fishing party iu Duf-
Xarrows, nion county, last week.
luring the sickness of Mr. Wngen-
r the Post is under the manage-
(lit of ( ieo. W. Hums, of Selinsgrove.
kindly ask the aid of every friend
n ailer to let us know of any news
tetller Hums, of Homestead, who
In n visiting Ins grandparents in
i). left on Monday for Selinsgrove
lore lie M ill continue his visit with
kt the regular meeting of the School
lircl last week the following persons
re elected as teachers for the ensuing
in: 1'rincipal, Prof. A. 11. Gilbert;
Lunar, W. E. Charles; Primary,
U Lula Smith.
inununion services will be held in
rist's (Hassingers) Ev. Lutheran
irch next Sunday morning, Ju'y
bv Dev. W. K. Diehl. This ser-
l was postponed from June 29th on
Imnt of ruin.
ball on A. E. Soles in Lis new anuv-
and hair cutting parlor for your
it cleaned with a refreshing sharu
and a clean towel to each patron
I he north side of Market souare oo
lite Central Hotel. Satisfaction guar-
.00 per day paid for mailing circu
at home. No canvassing or capi-
required. Work can be done in the
liings. For full particulars address
It. A. SWKOER,
wo hundred prominent merchants
leading, Pa., have declared that ad
vising in the newspapers is good
hiIi for them and that henceforth
ly will iis-e the newspapers only for
h advertisements as they may pub-
. They will have nothing to do
eafter with schemes for ads. in
tel registers, desks, bill boards,
ks, keyboards, charts, programmes,
ets, cookb(K)ks, moving pictures,
neiators, curtain advertisements,
paintings and phamplet." The
pvhunts and business men every-
re are raaching this sensible con-
raise good crops and improve your
I use a good bone and slaughter
e phosphate. Manufactured and
1 by It. S. Auckcr, Shamokln, Pa.
be bought direct or from G. It.
idricks & Son, Selinsgrove, Pa.
ifh animal bone nnd slaughter
e phosphate from $19 up. High
le commercial phosphate from $18
Old Copies of the Tost Wanted.
Miile the subscribers of the Post are
ting up their old newspapers, they
lit look for the copies of the Post
are misWng from .our flies. We
pay liberally for a copy of each of
following dates :
ly S, Sept. 0, 1800; Apr. , Oct. 13,
; Jan. 2d, 1871; Apr. 17, 1S73; Nov.
'ff. 23, 1S75; Mar. 7, 1878; May 15,
: March 10, May 5, 1871; April 20.
;; Mar. 27, June 12, Oct 30, 1SS4;
1. 17, Dec. 3, 10, 17,24, 1883; Jan. 28
li, Oct. 18, Dec. 23, 188(1; Dec. 20,
Laxative Dromo-Qulnluo Tablets
'lrugglsta refund the money If it
" to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
each Ih)X. 25o
Dowa With Typhoid Fever.
The editor and proprietor of the Post
is confined to his bed. He was enjoy
ing his vacation at Atlantic City and
was coihk'1IhI to shorten his pleasure
by sickness, arriving home last Thurs
day. He immediately took his oed
and medical aid summoned, who pro
nounced it typhoid fever in a mild
form. At this writing he is doing nice
ly and a speedy recovery is expected.
The Ivy Clult Celebrates the Fourth.
The Ivy Club, of Middleburg, gave
a lawn party at the home of Miss Mar
ciu App at Muhaiitaugo, on the eve of
July 4th. Many friends rescinded to
invitations. The members nmde great
preparations anil being aided through
the hospitality of the App family, the
party was indeed a grand success.
Music as furnished ty the MeKees
orchestra and the display of fireworks
was magnificent. The evening was
spent in the dillerent games of interest
ana choice refreshments were served
iu liberal proportions. After lunch the
guests were compelled to retreat to the
roomy mansion lor protection during a
thunderstorm. Here they were enter
tained by Mi.ss llolmiin, of Liverpool,
who recently returned from Chicago
where she had received instructions in
oratory. She soon convinced the mer
rymakers of a wonderful talent as an
elocutionist by her recital of a few
choice selections of the Shakcsnei iMii
Many of the friends remained over
night and all seemed to enjoy a few
hours sleep with the exception of a few
of the ladies who, with the strain and
excitement of the evening on Hi ir
minds, fancied they were in fi.iry In ml
maseuradiiig iu double file, lireakl'ast
was served in due time afterwhich the
guests departed feeling very thankful
that thare was an Ivy club and an App
Those present were: Misses M.ircle
App, Evelyn Grayhill, licrtha Crouse,
Lucrecia Crouse, Catherine Holman,
Jenette Ileal, Grace Snyder, Edna
Kline, Laura Gemberling, Jennie
fiturtvant, Helen App, Alice Snellen
berger, HattieApp, Mable Mltterling,
and Messrs. 15. E. Kline, L. L. Uowcr
sox, Albert Gelnett, H. D. Shuinaker,
Geo. K. Motz, T. L. Holman, J. W. S.
Troutman, C. W. Winey, Theadore
Troutman, I). M. Keolin, S. T. Mitter
lmg, F. C. Holier, C. E. Herrold nnd
W. H. Richenbauch.
Admitted His Guilt.
A drunken man staggered into church
on Sunday and sat down in the pew of
one of the deacons. The preacher wits
dismissing about prevalent poplar
vices. Soon he exclaimed; "where is
the drunkard?" The drunken man was
far enough gone to think the call
personal, so rising heavily, replied,
"Here I am," and remained standing
while the drunkard, s character and fate
were eloquently portrayal. A few
minut later the preacher readied
another head of discourse, and asked,
"Where is the hypocrite?" Gently
nudging his neighlsir, the drunkard
said, "Stand up deacon, lie means you
this time. Stand up and take it like a
man, just a I stand. It will do you
A Pitchfork Swindle.
A gang of swindlers are reported to
be victimizing the farmers of nearby
counties with a scheme thst it seems
no sane person would entertain ft ra
moment. The salesmen ns they claim
to he, approach a man with the propo
sition that lie shall become their agent
for a patent pitchfork. He is present
ed with a sample for his good looks
and signs an agreement to sell pitch
forks to his neighbors. The agreement
proves to le a judgement note nnd the
poor man finds himself impaled on the
pitchfork that the other fellow was us
lug. The slippery gentlemen have
made some good hauls, their profits
ranging from $73 to $430 per fork.
On thef.th Inst by He v. W. A. Haas
Samuel E. Smith and Cora E. Duller,
both of Monroe township.
On June 2Sth, at Dnndore by Allen
S. Sechrist, J. P., Lulie E. Shaffer nnd
Francis F. Stetl'en both of Port Trevor
ton. On June 2S, at New Deri in by Dev.
8. Sidney Kohler, Mel yen Oberlin and
Minnie M. Goss, both of Middle Creek.
On J tine 23, at the home of Mrs. D.
1 H. Hiirner, by Kev. J. Shambacb, Wil
liam W. Drunner, of East Pittsburg,
and Lnura M. Harncr, of Paxtonvllle.
Hon. G. A. Schoch was In Philadel
phia last week.
J. M. Leeser, of this place, spent
Sunday at Sunbury.
Mrs. W. H. Folt. spent Sunday of
last week at Troxelyille.
H. Harris Dower, Esq., is spending
some time in New York City.
Mrs. Howard Foulknnd little daugh
ter spent Sunday at Sunbury.
Henaldo Dilger, of near New Derlin,
was noticed in town on Monday.
County Treasurer Den Smith spent
part of last week at Philadelphia.
Mrs. Edward Dower, of Henova, was
the guest of Mrs. Catherine Dower.
Mr. Charles Haas and lady friend, of
Shaiuokin, are visiting at J. Y. Hunk
le's. Preston Krdley, of Lewistown, spent
Sunday under the parental roof in
Dean, llartmau and Kalph ( lelan,
both of Lewistown, spent Sunday in
Ner li. Middlesworth, of Me dure,
while in town on Tuesday made us a
John Eiscnhart, wife ainl son of
Shimiokin, are visiting his sister, .Mrs.
lteno Walter has moved into the
property of Mrs. Katie Mauheck on
West Market street.
Miss Laura Gemberling, one of Se-
linsgrove's fair damsels, is the guest of
Miss liertha Crouse.
Frank iteigle, the sewing machine
man, transacted business at Selins
grove on the Fourth.
Mr. Amnion Spanglcr spent several
days the forepart of this week with his
mother at Centreville.
Miss Planch Spaid, of Selinsgrove,
was the guest of her cousin, Miss Ut
ile Spaid, over Sunday.
Dan Dreese and family, of West Vir
ginia, are on a visit to his parents,
Hanks Dreese and wife.
Misses Cottle nnd Mabel Shoeman,
of Akron, Ohio, are enjoying a visit
among relatives iu town.
Miss Ida Deaver returned to her' po
sition at Altoona, after a visit of sever
al weeks with her parents.
Miss Until Dowersox is enjoying a
weeks visit with her cousin, Miss Viv
ian K. Durns, at Selinsgrove.
Jolly Joe Lesher, editor of the Selins
grove Times, transacted business in
town between trains Monday.
Geo. Clelan, who is working in
Huntingdon county, is spending some
time in town with his parents.
Mr. Drosius, of the firm, Droslus &
Minium, of Mt. Pleasant Mills, made
this office a pleasant call on Monday.
Charles (). Guugler, of the Gaugler A-
McFall marble firm, of Selinsgrove,
was in town Tuesday looking up new
After spending several weeks in town
with her grand-pn, Miss Vivian K
Durns left on Monday for her home at
After speiidii.g several months in
Gordon, Mrs Arthur Deaver returned
home, accompanied by her nephew,
Miss Isabella Snyder, who is employ
ed in the Sunbury silk mill, visited
her pnrents, Win. Snyder and family,
Philip Shelley, foreman of the Sun
burg Daily Item job department, was
a visitor among the (dear) friends in
town over Sunday.
Charles Spanglcr and family, of New
Durham, N. J., are visiting relatives
In this section of the county. Mr.
Spanglcr was a former Snyder county
Mrs. M. E. Jones, of Washington, D.
C, will give a talk on "Detter Health
for Women" in the Court House on
Friday evening. Admission free and
for ladies only.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Feese and son
Earl, of Dcavertown, left on Tuesday
for their home after spending a week
in town with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. K. Fryman.
Messers. Robert Potter, Frank Weg
en seller, and several other companions
all of Selinsgrove, are spending the
week camping at the. foot of Shade
mountain near town. . ,4 '.;
J Prize Winners.
-The following persons were the fortu
nate winners ot prizes this summer at
the First Pennsylvania State Normal
School at Millereville: The Wicker
sham Scholarship was awarded to Miss
Rena Lauver, of Dell wood, Plair Co.,
Pa. Prizes for General Scholarship
were awarded to the following Juniors:
$22 to Miss Duth Lyte, of Kane, Me-
Kean county; $10 to Mrs. Margaret
Thomson, Chester, Pa.; $10 to Mr. Ivan
L. Brookmyer, of Netlsville, Ph. Can
didates for the Senior class won the
following prizes: $23, Miss Nan M.
Heniperly, of Hamburg, Pa.; $10, Miss
Maud Z. Hallmau, of Norristown, I'm.;
$10, Miss Hilda M. Steel, of Altoona,
Pa. The nicinlvers of the Senior class
won the following prizes for scholar
ship: Miss Frieda Hausser, of Altoona
Pa., $23; Miss M. Agm-ss Marsh, of
Gap, Pu., $10; Miss I'na M. Cranston,
of Hariisburg, Pa., $10 For Practice
Ttaching In the Model School, first
prize of $23 was awarded to Mr. Till
man E. Garber, of Maytown, Pa.; the
second of $20 to Mr. Curtis J. Lewis, of
Philadelphia, Pa.; the third of $10 to
Miss Inez K. Mitchell, of Reward, Per
ry county, Pa., and the fourth prize of
$10 to Miss Ethel S. Drooke, of Edgar
Hill, Pa. Prizes for Composition and
Public Shaking: Hon. John II.
Land is prize of $10 iu gold, Messrs.
Ludwick Gamher and Norman Norris.
Louis C. Lyte prize of $12.30 for the
best essay on "Trees" to Mi.-s Je.-inuetle
M. Conklin, of Columbia, Pa. The
Principal's prize of $12.30 for Oratory
to Mr. R. Durclay Simmons, Cap, I'a.
The class of 'i)5 prize of $3 for Oratory
to Miss Grace Caslner, of William
Hrt, Pa The John D. Warfel prize ot
$20 for the greatest progress iu Natur
al Science to Mr. Pliares H. Hertxog,
of Schoeiieek, Pa.
Summer Tours to the North.
For the summer of l'.i02 the Pciiiisn I
vania Railroad Company has arranged
to run two personally-conducted tours
to Canada and Northern New York.
TbUe tobra will leave July 19 and
AUgliins, Including Niagara Falls,
Thousand Islands, Rapids of the St.
Lawrance, (Quebec, The Saguenay,
Montreal, Au Sable Chasm, Lukes
Champlain ayd George, ami Saratoga,
occupying fifteen day; round-trip rate,
Each tour will be in charge of the
Company's tourist agents, assisted by
au exjierleiiced lady as chaperon,
whose especial charge will be unescort
The rate covers railway and boat fare
for the the entire round trip, parlor
car seats, meals en route, hotel enter
tainment, transfer charges, and car
For detuiled itinerary, tickets, or any
additional information, apply to ticket
agents or add ress Geo. W. Doyd, As
sistant General Passenger Agt , Droad
Street Station, Philadelphia.
Death of Mrs. Peter Hartman.
Mrs. Peter Hartman, an aged and
respected lady of Centreville, died lust
Saturday at her home. About nine
weeks ngo, while paying a visit to her
sons at Lewistown she was stricken
with parulyids which was ihe cause of
her death. She leaves a husband and
six children, four sons and two daugh
ters. She was a datighti r of Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Showers and was born in
Washington township. The funeral
took place on Tuesday morning from
her late home. Interment intliet'cn
treville cemetery. Aged about (i2
Snyi'or County Choir Convention.
The 13th annual choir convention
will be held on the old chinch grounds
near Freeburg, Saturday, Aug. b'.th,
1002. The "Choir Leader" containing
the choruses for the day can be had
now for reheiireal at 7 cents per copy.
W.M. MoVKH, l'MS.,
Will Get Postal Service.
The Pennsylvania railroad has leased
its telegraph lines to the Postal tele
graph company which will have the
effect of changing thousands of the
olllees along its lines now operated by
the Western Union to the Postal ser
vice. The change will not go into ef
fect until Jan. 1st. The Postal service
will establish an office in Middleburg.
Cine and Urlntllng Mnke
Devoe Lead and Zinc Taint wear twice
aa long as lead and oil mixed by hand
BKIEF Fl'M IIAWSA UAUKICK.
From lli llcfontc ; td
Lkvi;k Kkiinf.i. If akiikii. We
mere ols in der schule gonga sin wore's
farshtonna os mere net usht shulc lacru
ing grceked ben awver aw awciiich
nirshtond mit ei-g'nuinina. Ksitnim
my so heitza-dawgs. Now, es arsht os
de professor in mi-era colleges wissa
wella is we wide s mere jomnpa con,
we good os iner India shpelbi coil, nil
we long os iner si bore woxa con hissa
eh iner blind wardt. De arsht lesson
os tuer ilerno greeked is laerna tier
"college yi.'l!" gevva. un es naixt os
iner wase (loot der boo -htae mit em
mowl nil ween ollishel un grei-lied We
"Zip' I'fthK' ll'n'ltl'
Huh' I ; n h 'ILihl
lllhklc Tint- (111 Kfevit Illtele,
(irmliln Hor? uti !ivivji Millirli,
Kpnilttrurn . I'.o' f "
un oil so diheukcrsy norrbeita o-. m
molitl wase wos es is, nw ver yader els
ber farslita-d os der boo shunt ln-i g'
shtart is far en fartlonipt kolb fun sieh
maucha. l)e leit gixika tsu un nwgu,
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awver der druvvel is se sayu tier liov
ver so deef os are farfowlol im budda.
Won se demo eu holb yohr fun hame
sin hen se olles galaemdt os so ruts
nawsa wissa kenna waeg-i reshpectful
ly leit insut, un se maeiia es ware
shmurdt farawrmy, u-shubliehe maid
blackgarda waega era dressa, un oldte
leit b'shimpa waega era dooniheit. Se
shmoka oil gros.se pifa w ile st-11 se gtsika
muiieht we toughs, un won se iu da
kars cooma don muss yaders tswaesieh
severhovva won shunt nui'de oldte
wiver im goug shtae missa tin bubliu
hceva. Now, Kernel, swag mere a
molil, tiiHina se tie socha laerna in era
shool Idcher? Won se doona, ware's
net eu gtNxler bhin eu collection utl
nemma far eiui nie bicher katvfa s aw
a wen icli ebbes sawga waega we iner
sieh hadrawga set in cotnubany. Es
doot warickliuh seemii os (leg karl woo
es loudsht schweta con, de shtiukisht
pife shmoka un hut de lcngshta I lore is
es menslit aw-g'name by eena. ex
pluina des(H'ha mit em argument im se
niistu exercise liovva. FaniHMMllich.
Awver far wass saega se net hills un
Ihiwu pllshta felise. Awver sell ware
g'shoft, un shotl'a is gaegti de rule.
Awver des is net de rule by da boova
arle. Gook aiuohl on miser maid.
Yohra tzvriek hen se ols laerna hock a
un bigla, mi shtricka un wesha. Now
missa se hem-shtiehii, embroidera, r;if
tla un lloiinsa maucha os cm usht net
warcin holdt awycj sin en farliompte
nuisance. Won se hira don luissii se
nuiwd liovva-i-o gor tswac aney far
de ara wet do un deoniier farulVseoeht
gevva. Won der iihui net en bahk hut
don muss a le naws nil' em shlife-
slitae hovva bis se tsu der conclusion
coomed os se en moil g'liired hut os se
net eiiara con un dei no gaens mi de di
vorce courts un derdeivcl locht si feisht
full we en pudding os are hut.
l.'nner dciina conditions dcte I eh
suggesta os oil de colleges en post-graduate
course utl graiehta far de shtu
dents faishtond laerna won se 'niohl
olles wissa os se in da colleges laerna
kt una, un tie idea hut sieh suggest tsu
mere der onnenlawg we der Sammy
Mullmrger hame cocniii is fun tier col
lege. Des harshtly wore lleryohe fardt
in de shule. Der Mike, si pap, hut
usht ae suit glader g'hot de gons tzcit
os der boo in der shool wore un si mom
my wore far dri yohr net welder fun
hameosons Gratzinger's grcit.-wake,
wile so ken glader hut g'hot far gae
b'soocha. Der Sammy is der nnsicht
boo. Arr wore ols en aw-g'iiamer
younger mon, awver do sollege hut si
kupsofull laerning g'maucht os ken
blotz nine wore fur farshtond, nu se
J arsht os are gadoo hut wore si dawdy
retza wile are net recht English sch wet
za con, under mommy sawga os are
sieh shemma (bud si college chums
ctsmia lussa cue saeiia wile de gons
iiuchbcrshoft tsu iIihuii ware. Are hut
oil si mail fun Sehwcllb town greeked,
tswae mile oh, wile are g's.-iwd hut de
Hawsa P.arrii k iiisht-otI1ce ware tsu
"insignificent." Are hut de boova
nhiiiny gakentlos mit erne utl' gawoxa
sin un Soondrwjis room ga-dravcleti
hummel lieshter siNH'hn. In fact, are
wore unich em shodda bawm g'hucked
en gonser dawg tin novels g'Iaea, si
finger-liegelgubut.cd, si pife g'shauuik
ed un si horeous da awga ga-wisheil.
Si dawdy hut mieh g'frogt far advise
wos an; init deiii boo do w.t. ,., , i,
Hows ous hollsc-eek till cue long ba
giMiked unich in shodda bawm; derno
bin leh tzurick un hob cine dare advise
aevvu: "l-'ong cue uu I, in en nil" eii
huvvel-boiik os we en obit inoodcr
sliol'e; ilerno greek ell heeka-sbaic 1111
liclil si belse linn klip; schmhlc d'' lollg
a negle fun sina linger un niain lt cue
se I'ressa; slitrip en kelsich hem ivver
si kup on a pawr over-alls ivver si fi i-s;
draesi g'slcht iiueli em wel-karn fehlt
1111 demo sbtell ili. li hillliieli cue mit
tier fawr-gaishel un greih:
'Zip' nanH Itoom'
'Hull' T'lth' 'Lull'
1 1 1 lk It- Tiir uu li, ,v.i lllu.l,.,
riiit.l t 1 1 . . r. uti linwv.i Mil; i, h.
I p-ilcruiii. II. ...f"
un won are sieh net raiked don lus-k
fine in de Hunk un leh insure dieh di
druiivel is oni end."
Der naixt morgan eb leh ml' wore
hov b h hara der .ildt Mike der "col
lege yell" gewa un de fure i, g'-htart
mieh em weNh-karn f.bll. I .-It hob
file der naixt dawg g'.'Vogl we's L'oiiga
is uu are hut g'sawd:
"DiMlllil-tiel, dl 1,1-1, t en till .-.-ifer.
De post-gradtim. emir-e but my Sam
olles g'larndt are far.'.;, hut in lire
yohr till safe. I, Te ell kh.-. ht. W.
siiwgslif.' M.-re -:i!rt-i eu p..-t-grad-llale
course uin I: : ri -k f.ir uxa br..-. ha?
ol- wi bb r.
ion UU; Ji.. A.-Tlk.L.
coim hocse catrs.
Deeii Entered for Record.
K. Zinnii. rm-ii and wife to Ada
Harmuii forb.t in Pax ton vil ! f,,r $p;2.
Mary Dingam.m heirs to F. M. Wet
zel for lot iu iieaveriouu f.r js.'i.
Wm. K. Smith, et. al. to the Com
monwealth of Penn'a, 4os a, r, ail,l
7s .erches in UYst Deaver for 112.
M. K. Harringer and (ie. M. Shin
die Exer'sof the hist w iil of Absolom
Snyder, deed, to Kate A. Manbeek,
house and lot iu Middleburg for 12').'
Henry A. Mengei and wiie to I). F.
Dottiger, from divided interest in ;$3;i
acres and perches in Perry and W.
Perry for J.sim.
Isabella lloush to Philiji Di. kel :I2
acres iu West Perry Twp., Snyder Co.,
and MonnK- Twj.., Juniata " Co., for
Jonathan WiNimer ami wife to David
Dottiger, et. al, :;3;t acres and m; penii
es in Perry and West Perry for:;u:!3.
J. A. iriinin and wife to Abraham
Lawver for s acres and 17 perches iu
Washington for f.;.'o.
Aaniet Smith, et. al, to Henry A.
Hunch 3 acres in Franklin Twp. for
Samuel C. Kcssler and wife to Amos
Dolig 12, acres in l'eiin for 23n.
W. A. Leapold, et. al, to John l.uu
dis for ! interest iu i:beneer Fremont
Church and lot for jn.l.
Lovina Coleinen and husliand to
William Fall two lots of ground in
P. caver for $123.
Henry H. Ceiininger and wife to
Jennie Moycr house and lot in I'rank-
I in for J 1 330.
Letters of administration in the
estate of Klias Shotzberger, Into of
Freeburg, were granted Calvin Shotz
berger. Letters of administration iu the es
tate of Win C. Moycr, late of Frank
lin township, were granted to J. M.
Fewer Gallons; W nr Longer.
You can paint a building with fewer
gallons of Devoe Lead and Zinc than
with Mixed paints, and it will wear
twice as long as lead and oil mixed by
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